Okay, Ellis, I have no problem with you using "BE".

However, in the spirit of dialogue I ask: How would you go about using 'BE' in everyday language?
I LOVE THE VERB 'TO BE', and not TO BE.:)
BTW, it is my opinion that the verb "to be" is the only verb which I feel comfortable using when I speak of GØD.

For example, I feel comfortable saying: GØD "is" light. However, I do not feel comfortable saying: GØD sends light--as if he is person holding a torch.

More examples: GØD is love (very Biblical, BTW); He does not send us love.

In my opinion, GØD is will. That is, he is not a person who does this that, or the other thing, to us or for us.

Do you get my drift?

Edited by Revlgking (01/18/08 11:17 PM)