"...it's hard to imagine why he [God] lets things get like they are."
Might it be because he blesses those who obey Him, and lets those who wish to keep their backs turned to Him? Indeed, could "things being like they are" be the result of people living with their backs turned to God?
If someone asks me "Where was God when I lost my job, my home and my family!?", I'm tempted to reply, "Most likely right where you left Him..."
posted on 10/16/2003 10:44:36 AM PDT
Might it be because he blesses those who obey Him, and lets those who wish to keep their backs turned to Him?
You mean like we have a choice? He gives us a choice?
posted on 10/16/2003 10:47:08 AM PDT
(Hating Democrats doesn't make you a conservative.)
"Might it be because he blesses those who obey Him,"
There are a million+ devout, faithful, God-loving, church-going cancer sufferers (my mother-in-law, God rest her soul, was one of them) who would beg to differ with this ignorant, pious statement. You should be ashamed of this statement.
posted on 10/16/2003 11:21:05 AM PDT
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