What is police omnipresence?
Police omnipresence is basically the same thing as saying the police are present everywhere, at the same time. Police omnipresence is responsible for a decrease in crime.
Omnipresence is important to God because unless he is with every person on earth at exactly the same time, he will not hear our prayers, making prayer pointless. The early Jewish portray of God was that he was not omnipresent, so could only be worshipped in the Jerusalem temple, where he resided in the Holy of Holies, having previously been carried there on the Ark of the Covenant.
A: An example of the omnipresence of Jesus, or at least the belief in his omnipresence, is that Christians all over the world pray to him, believing that he hears their prayers. He could not hear so many simultaneous prayers unless he were everywhere at the same time. If there were evidence that Jesus answers any prayers, then this would be proof that he is indeed omnipresent, but unfortunately no verifiable proof of this has…
By definition, omnipresence means "present in all places at all times" (Merriam Webster definition) The Bible does not ever use the term "omnipresence" nor does it reveal that God is omnipresent. There are scriptures that refer to specific location where Jehovah God resides: (1 Kings 8:49) you must also hear from the heavens, your established place of dwelling, their prayer and their request for favor, and you must execute judgment for them, (John 16:28) I…
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This is a very old problem; even in the Roman Empire, the question was famously asked, who guards the guardians? Since it is the police who enforce the laws, it is the police who have to arrest other police officers in the event of police brutality, and quite often, the police stick together. Police don't like to arrest their fellow police.
The four arms represent the four directions indicating the omnipresence and omnipotence of Lord Brahma. He also has four faces representing the sacred knowledge of the four Vedas such as the Rig, the Yajur, the Sama, and the Atharvana. He is the source of all knowledge necessary for the creation of the universe.