Metaphysics may be defined as "the nature of reality." Christian metaphysics may be defined as "the spiritual nature of reality viewed through the lens of the Holy Bible." Christian metaphysics is often written about with highly academic verbiage that is confusing to most readers. However, "The Classroom Version of As I See It: The Nature of Reality by God" is a book on Christian metaphysics that is written in understandable language. This book explains why the omnipresent God has sequestered the glory of His Being in order to protect His fallen creation from annihilation and why God originally partitioned Himself into Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. People from different doctrinal persuasions will be surprised to find out how easily reconciled seemingly different doctrinal perspectives are through the information contained in this book. This book also compares and contrasts the spiritual universe with the physical universe and tells what will eventually happen to the physical universe, our planet earth, and humankind. This book is written from the first-person perspective of God in order to more easily engage its readers. The author has chosen to write as if God is the author because research in reading education has shown that first-person narrative text ("I") often rivets the reader's attention more ably than expository third-person text (for example, using "God" or "He"). Novice and seasoned Christian readers, as well as the general public, will be attracted to "The Classroom Edition of As I See It: The Nature of Reality by God" just as movie-goers from all levels of experience and different backgrounds have been attracted to such popular movies as "Oh, God!" and "Evan Almighty." These and other similar movies personalized God in order to make God more friendly, more relatable, and more interesting to viewers. So, too, does "The Classroom Edition of As I See It: The Nature of Reality by God" help portray God to readers as more accessible, concerned, and involved by having God write to them in a conversational manner. This book will be especially helpful for those who think that the Holy Bible is too difficult for them to read and comprehend.