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If God is from everlasting to everlasting and the Alpha and Omega then God had no distinct beginning.

Does it necessarily follow that God never had an initial thought or a first thought?  


To have no beginning nor an end is to be perpetually perpetuating yourself. 

 To be perpetually perpetuating yourself from no given point in time is to be infinite.

To be infinite is to have no discernible beginning.

To have no discernible beginning is to bring into question the possibility of a first thought.

Logically, everything has a FIRST of something...

How is it possible for something not to have a FIRST something? 

God had THOUGHT... we do not think of God as an entity walking around in space... 

We think of God as an almighty God which is immaterial... 

God must have had thought...

If God always had thought then he must have had the first thought...

But if God had the first thought doesn't that mean that He became active at some given period...?

How could God have been thinking from everlasting to everlasting? 

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Why would an Eternal Being have a ‘first’ anything?

To inject ‘first’ into the equation is to ascribe finiteness to God and bring Him down to our level of thinking. 

The Logos is God. John 1:1

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Isa 55:8  For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the LORD.

Isa 55:9  For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.

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