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  •  I think God has the power to do everthing (0+ / 0-)

    He also gave man Free will.   My belief is with faith, he does answer prayers...it is just sometimes prayers are answered because of our faithfulness of belief and then there are no do overs.  Things will happen in their time eventually.  I think as a believer I have to trust...and pray for strength and the wisdom to know how to pray.
    It rains on the just and the injust.  The only immorality I see, is with man but I am not their judge but I believe they have one whether they believe or not.  

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    by Vetwife on Sun May 19, 2013 at 03:43:47 PM PDT

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    •  Vetwife... (0+ / 0-)

      From your description of your god, I just can't see your attraction to such a complicated and convoluted system run by this deity.  It is fraught with contradictions and just plain unintelligible explanations.  Why would a deity interface with its creation out of a separate time frame?

      You come very close to saying that your prayers had more "faithfulness" than the prayers of others that were not answered in a positive way.  This is rather arrogant, don't you think?  Do you see how those statements come across to others?

      You are saying that your niece was spared only to suffer continually from that point on and that this god spared her life in response to prayer, but really meant for her to die in that crash.. so what does this mean????  That god's lesson to everyone was "pray, but don't do it if I really meant for something else to happen because there will be consequences"???

      If anyone is ripe for judgement in my view, it is this "God" that you describe.  Or as someone said once in a blog I read..."If man can recognize immorality in god, where does morality originate?"

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