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Is God "Powerful" enough to stop injustices then why HE doesn't do it and if HE

  1. countrywomen profile image34
    countrywomenposted 9 years ago

    Is God "Powerful" enough to stop injustices then why HE doesn't do it and if HE is powerful enough but still doesn't do it then is HE kind enough?

  2. daveearley profile image82
    daveearleyposted 9 years ago

    "Is
    God "Powerful" enough to stop injustices then why HE doesn't do it and
    if HE is powerful enough but still doesn't do it then is HE kind enough?"  Based on Scripture and my experiences, I will break this question down into 3 parts:   Is God... read more

  3. Tom Rubenoff profile image93
    Tom Rubenoffposted 9 years ago

    The key to understanding why God does not stop injustice is the understanding of God. read more

  4. Darrell Roberts profile image77
    Darrell Robertsposted 9 years ago

    Is God "Powerful" enough to stop injustices then why HE doesn't do it and if HE is powerful enough but still doesn't do it then is HE kind enough?
    I use to wonder the same thing so I could relate.  I went and read so many scriptures from around... read more

  5. Lee Boolean profile image56
    Lee Booleanposted 8 years ago

    Your question has been asked for thousands of years, and probably the basis for many religions not working out. depending in what you believe you have 2 choices:
    a) he does not exist (I can see qoutes from the bible coming my way)
    or
    b) he does not want to (and here I expect even more quotes).
    Fact is, no matter how you see it, you are going to have to die to find out ( or not, if answer a)

  6. steffsings profile image77
    steffsingsposted 8 years ago

    I have a child (she's an adult NOW - off to college in 2weeks - proud mom here!) but during her toddler years - I figured she'd probably have teething pain as her adult teeth grew in - I would NEVER take her prematurely to the dentist - pay for surgery to remove ALL her teeth so she wouldn't experience the pain Why? Because when she goes through it all - it will eventually be for her benefit. Pain is fleeting it won't last long - death is inevitable BUT it will pay off in the end too...

    - the most loving thing I could do as an EXCELLENT PARENT (if I do say so myself)? plan ahead and have 'ambusol' & kiddie 'tylenol' ready & waiting for the day the pain came - the same with falling down while learning to walk, relationship problems as a teen, & even marital issues as an adult ... Mom will be here to help see her thru -  that's a parents duty - ALL that to say - God's an EXCELLENT DAD!!!

  7. Terry J profile image54
    Terry Jposted 8 years ago

    Of course God is powerful enough to stop injustices. I believe He does not do it is because he created mankind with choice (free will) in all things. God wants us to choose Him, and among other things that means we would choose justice over injustice. I believe that at times God does intervene, always for the greater good, but for the most part it is up to us. God puts emphasis on "forever" , not this relatively short 70 years plus.

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    vibhatripathiposted 8 years ago

    It is matter of communication skill

    God is powerful enough to create each and every thing of the universe as well as destroy each and everything created by him or created by his children.
    God is very very rich, powerful and loving father who pamper his children by providing them every thing they wish.
    He gave them wisdom to desire, strength to create, this beautiful body to experience and enjoy and created this beutiful world to live for his children.
    It seems he still does not stop injustice because he loves every child and let them make free choices nothing is good and nothing is bad for him. It is the matter of choice of the child how to use the gifts of God and how to communicate his or her demands to the God.
    All is needed to understand and learn the language in which God communicate with his children.

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    Antoine Van Hoveposted 7 years ago

    Your question is a result of your projection, "GOD", or THE DEVINE, or whatever name you give it, being a reality outside yourself.

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    VeronicaInspiresposted 5 years ago

    God is in deed kind and “[His] anger is shown from heaven against all the evil and wrong things people do.” Romans 1:18, 21, 26-28

    God gave all of us free will and the ability to choose our actions; as evidenced through Adam and Eve in the garden.

    Because of their disobedience, sin was ushered into the world and “the world has been groaning ever since.”

    We are living in the consequences of their original sin.

    But God is available and waiting for us to choose Him. He is waiting for us to live a path of righteousness.

    He allows injustices and “bad” things to happen for a number of reasons:
       
        To help build our trust in Him.
        To help us understand His sufficiency for all of our needs.
        To help build our reliance on Him.
        To draw us closer into a personal relationship with Him.
        To help us build a stronger testimony and walk through Him.
        To use as an example of His love, grace, mercy and power.
        To show His workings of modern-day miracles.
        To show that He will bless us in spite of.
        To give people time to choose a path of righteousness and right living before he wipes “it” all out! But we have to choose Him!

        And no worries, because in the end, we win!

 
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