The spectrum of narrative perspectives goes from benighted, flawed, unreliable first-person narration to godlike omniscience--all-knowing understanding of everyone's thoughts and deepest motives. But God's POV is also, presumably, a first-person narration--or perhaps God speaks occasionally in the royal we or the second-person plural. What would God see? How would God know a very ordinary set of events--or how could mere human readers see all that a god (let alone God) sees? Since God should know how to be efficient and get right to the point, do this exercise in only 200 words.
(from prompt #13 in The 3 AM Epiphany)
Read my response:
My Charge, within an isolated system, will always remain constant regardless of any changes taking place within that system. Within the system, My Charge may be transferred between bodies, either by direct contact, or by passing along a conducting material, such as words or prayers. Static occurs with the imbalance of My Charge on a body, usually caused when dissimilar materials are rubbed together, transferring My Charge from one to the other.
The presence of My Charge gives rise to a powerful force: My Charges exert a force on each other. The force acts on the charged beings themselves, hence My Charge has a tendency to spread itself as evenly as possible over all areas capable of conducting the force.
The magnitude of the powerful force, whether attractive or repulsive, elates the powerful force to the product of My Charges and has an inverse-square relation to the distance between them. The powerful force is very strong, second only in strength to strong interaction, but unlike that force, it operates over all distances, all time, all eternity.