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Are there some things that God can't do?

in the book of Judges 1:19 "and the Lord was with Judah: and he drove out the inhabitants of the mountain, but COULD NOT drive out the inhabitants of the valley." This proves that even God can't do everything.


um sorry but the text says The LORD was with Judah implying he was helping out.........

Update 2:

What is this, dial a bible version that you like. I used the king James version you ever hear of it. It the LORD was with him that means he was with him right?

Update 3:

your taking it out of context is classic sunday school defense, when you can't answer something use this right?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    He couldn't convince

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  • 1 decade ago

    Not hard at all to understand, you must look at the whole conquest narrative which begins in Deuteronomy. Deut. chapter 28 makes it clear that complete victory is contingent upon complete obedience. Continue the story to Judges 1 and you will see in verse 2 that God told Judah to go up and fight. Verse 3 says that Judah went to Simeon (which God never told him to do), and therefore, because of a lack of complete obedience and faith in God's word, Judah was not given complete victory. By the way, David completely conquered the Philistines as 2 Samuel 8:1 tells us (which is the people that Judah was fighting in Judges 1:18-19).

    Oh yeah, there are things that God can't do. He can't lie (Hebrews 6:18), God can't reject a contrite heart (Psalm 51:17), He can't share His glory with anyone else (Isaiah 42:8), He can't sleep (Psalm 121:4), and He can't stop loving you (Jeremiah 31:3) and that is just to name a few.

    You can find the truth, if you will sincerly search for it. Hope you have a great night.

  • 1 decade ago

    Judges 1:19 (New American Standard)

    Now the Lord was with Judah, and they took possession of the hill country; but they could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley because they had iron chariots.

    1. In other versions the he refers to Judah (the tribe or it's leader) not God.

    2. God allowed them to be victorious or not based on what was used at that time

    3. This doesn't mean God couldn't but rather that He didn't allow it at that time

    4. We don't understand God's reasoning.

    5. Try again.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    God was with him spiritually as he is with us today. No one can ever see God, thus he was with Judah and his people in spirit. Judah drove out the inhabitants, not God.

    I like the KJV but take a look at another translation to help you understand it. Different translations are for our better not demise.

    19 The LORD was with the men of Judah. They took possession of the hill country, but they were unable to drive the people from the plains, because they had iron chariots.


    When it states that "they" took possession it makes it more clear who was doing the driving here. We have many rescources available, why not use them to our benefit?

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  • 5 years ago

    Infact contrary to what we are told in the religious books that God created man and later decided that man needed a companion and so created Adam from his ribs is indeed a tall story - it is neither here nor there. To start with, this is but a very big insult to the intelligence and image of God who is the Only Ocean of Knowledge.Tell me,did He not know at the time of creation that man will need a companion in the form of a woman but rather waited for man to plead with Him for a companion before He decided to give him one? This is pure ignorance and blind faith..Did God create the rainbow? Go to any science laboratory and the students can create a rainbow all things being equal. So what did God create? How many white men, white women black men and women as well as Asians et al did He create? God is called Heavenly God the Father meaning He created heaven which has now become hell.So who created hell? Satan. The pure world heaven has now become impure. Perhaps, the right word should be Transformation and not Creation.It is akin to a house which is dirty and old and now repainted and refurbished to look new. On the issue of creation of man the truth is that 'like the father so is the son' or better still 'like the king and queen so are the subjects.' God is the Supreme Soul and all others are souls. God is the Bridegroom and all others are brides. As souls we are all brothers.Souls are not created and like their Father God they are imperishable and they lived together in their sweet home of Peace called the soul world from where they came to play their predetermined roles in the unlimited drama which runs every 5000 years. Indeed nothing is created and that anything created dies. This is why it is said in one of the scriptures that we came on this earth naked and we shall go back naked. The soul, which is akin to a star or electric bulb, is naked and as it gets into the womb of a woman it takes a body depending on the role assigned to it. So your religion, tribe and colour et al depends on the parents through whom you are coming. Originally, the whole world was but one entity- whole,complete and pure. But the various divisions occured when impurities began to set in. so there was this big bang signifying a dramatic change from positivity to negativity - just like a broken egg and thus the creation of the various continents. Now that the world is geering towards positivity again from negativity we expect another big bang to bring it back to its wholeness and then the world starts again from day one.This is the history and geography of the world which runs every 5000 years. Jesus Christ and all the other prophets of old as well as the sages and the holy men will come again and establish their various religions once again. For instance, Jesus died about 2000 years ago so on account of the 5000 year cycle he has 3000 more years to come again to play the very part that he played in the world drama cycle..This is the secret of the world that nobody knows except students of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University - the one and only university established incognito by God. Again, everything which has a name exists including of course ghosts, gods et al but the fact remains that God is the Creator and all others His creation.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well, apprently GOD can't create the universe in one microsecond. It takes six days.

    God can't prevent MAN from eating from the tree of life without an Angel with a Flaming Sword

    God can't make man with out dust and God breath.

    This is not to say GOD has limitations, but THINGS such as creation have limitations.

    God also seems to make use of Technology for some reason.

  • 1 decade ago

    There are many things the Lord cannot do. God cannot lie. He cannot go against His own principles or nature.

    In this case in Judges 1:19, He could not stir up the army to fight harder than they were willing to fight. They saw the chariots of iron as stronger than their God and were not willing to fight.

    God is willing to stir up His people and honor those who stand for Him, but He will not go against their will.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Umm, sorry the context says it was Judah who could not drive out the inhabitants.

    Nice try though.

    Maybe a course in remedial English will help with your comprehension. I also suggest leaving the public school system and try getting into a private one.

  • 1 decade ago

    so u think GOD cant drive out iron chariots.I tell you GOD hand can wrap this whole universe and hold it.GOD can play pool with the stars and planets.

    If GOD didnt do something either its because its not in GOD will,the people didnt listened to GOD or GOD has better plans or something else than this.

    but there is somethings GOD cannot do one thing is GOD can never sin,second thing i read was GOD cannot sent anyone who has JESUS to hell.

    JESUS loves you.Have u recieved JESUS for the forgiveness of your sins?

    John 3:16[kjv] For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

    so when we believe in JESUS we have eternal life.JESUS lived a sinless life and gave up his life as a sacrifice so we can be sin free. Ask JESUS to come into your heart and forgive ur sins and cleanse ur past with the blood JESUS shed on the cross.

    With a simple prayer like above u can be saved.JESUS loves u and wants u to be saved.

    Source(s): scripture taken from knowledge from GOD,bible and christian resources.
  • 1 decade ago

    Always taking the word of God out of content!

    Source(s): learn to read and ask for wisdom and understanding?
  • 1 decade ago

    He can't go against His Own Word/Promises. It is written that God puts His Own Word above His Own Name.

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