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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

is God really all powerfull and all loving?

Millions of children die daily for lack of food, what is God doing up there, if he is all powerfull and all loving?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Maybe you should ask him.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    God is very rich and loving. If you could only open your eyes about the truth and what is real, you will not ask this question anymore. Ask yourself first what are you doing when God has given you all the wealth on this earth. Have you done your best to prove that you are worthy enough to say this question. Is the sun not enough for you to see the richness of God? The air you breath, the water you drink that quench your thirst? All this things are the blessings coming from God. Lucky are those who are blind and believe rather than those who have eyes but do not see.

    Please please if you can do to help those people then do your part rather than blaming to someone else. All things on this earth have a reason and a season to live and this are done to show to us how people are cruel and ungrateful.

    If you have time please read the bible from the beginning of creation then you will find the answer of all this questions you have.

    May the Lord God bless you.....

    Source(s): The BIBLE IS THE ANSWER....
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I've been asked hundreds of times why God allows evil to take place, and I have to tell you honestly that I do not know the answer—not fully. The Bible talks about "the mystery of iniquity" (2 Thessalonians 2:7, KJV)—and that's what evil is: a mystery.

    But let me tell you three very important truths about evil that might help you. First, the Bible tells us that evil does not come from God, nor can we blame God for all the evils in the world. Evil comes instead from Satan, and it entered this world when Satan deceived Adam and Eve and caused them to turn against God. Both evil and Satan are real, and the two go hand-in-hand.

    Second, the Bible tells us that someday all evil will be banished. The vast spiritual conflict between Satan and God that has raged from the beginning of time will be over, and God will be triumphant. Someday all evil will be cast "into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels" (Matthew 25:41, KJV).

    Third, the Bible tells us that in the meantime, God can give us victory over evil. This doesn't mean bad things will never happen to us—but even when they do, we can know God is with us, and He will give us strength to stand against them. Isn't it better to face life's problems with God rather than without Him? No, we may not understand everything that happens to us—but when we know Christ, we know we are on the winning side. Why not commit your life to Him today?

  • 4 years ago

    Your post shows that you know little to nothing about the Christian religion. Satan is not a Deity. There is only one Deity. That's God. Satan was an angel. Angels are messengers of God. They are not Gods themselves. He lost his grace. Now he is a demon. Inferior to both angels and God. God is not all loving. He hates sin. Now that your utter misconceptions about the faith have been addressed I will answer your question. HUMANS are the reason aids exist. God specifically tells humans what is acceptable sexual behavior. He tells us not to have sex with the same gender or animals, he tells us to get married beforehand and not to cheat on our spouse. people do it anyway. They abuse their freewill. If everyone waited until they were married and were totally monogamous and obeyed the rules prohibiting sex with animals and homosexual sex, aids would be nonexistent. You're pointing fingers at the wrong guy.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Like these. God is almihty. He cannot come down to earth because He is too big. So He sent his Son to show His love and powerful to all humanity. Jesus Christ is God's last despensation, with his full splendor. The teachng of Jesus Christ must be dessiminated so as brohers help brothers. We should be responsible in our own generation.

    Source(s): spiritual readings
  • 1 decade ago

    It's not God's fault... He has decreed to treat others as we would like to be treated, this includes those millions of children.

    Think about that the next time you are buying a $5 coffee, etc.

  • 1 decade ago

    God IS NOT in heaven drinking Malox and saying "what am I going to do, no one is listening to me" man has created the hurt and poverty and I could go on and on, in this world, and there is coming a DAY when all things WILL be made right. Man is THE ONE who has poisoned the Earth and the water supplies, not to mention trying to play God. It is NOT HIS fault why things are the way they are. We have done it to ourselves by rejecting Him and His Son.

  • 1 decade ago

    Are you serious...get another blamer of God for what humanity does with the freedom of choice.

    Let me ask you this...if you lived in poverty with no sight of end, would you keep popping out children that you cant take care of? But, i guess that is God's fault that people make bad choices. It makes him sad, but are we suppose to all be robots, thats what we would be if he made all of our choices good ones..

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes He is, bad things are happening in the world as a result of sin.

  • 1 decade ago

    I think it is the humans fault not the gods!

    God shows us , unkindness of the people to each other.

    the earth is full of food and it is from his love and power . he just examine his creatures.

  • 1 decade ago

    I believe He is. But I don't understand the world either. Marry Christmas.

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