What does it mean that God is omnipresent?


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The prefix omni- comes from the Latin meaning "all." So, to say that God is omnipresent is to say that God is present everywhere. In many religions, God is regarded as omnipresent, whereas in both ...

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Andy  3 photo Andy Mangus I am a Christian since October 1979 & devoted truth seeker.
It means that He(GOD) is present 'in your midst, standing and ready to rescue you, always there, always available for you. He is there "to call upon His Holy name and guide you into all righteousness while protecting you from the wiles of the devil." He is your 'best friend', He is your 'sharpest guide', He is your 'light that illuminates your every pathway, that with Him guiding and directing your paths, He is and will always protect you.' His love for each and every one of His children is "beyond our physical brain's ability to understand fully". Most of all "God is Love" and "He loves you and He loves Me". --To God be the Glory, Amen!-- --Andy--

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