free will is the best way to make the bible feasable, don't you think
could you imagine if free will wasn't put in the bible . i'd love to see how our free way of thinking would be explained. that is one of the reasons i no the bible was written by man. too many loop holes.
Definition of FEASIBLE
1: capable of being done or carried out
2: capable of being used or dealt with successfully : suitable
3: reasonable, likely
1.By our free will (when) we choose believe in the Bible makes -God gives us the capability,the freedom to trust that His plans are feasible and will be carried out.
>But without faith [it is] impossible to please [him]: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and [that] he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. Heb 11;6
2.By using, trusting in the word of God and God it allows us be able to live a successful life that is suitable to God.
>Fear(REVERENCE)of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom. Knowledge of the Holy One results in understanding." Prov 9:10"If you become wise, you will be the one to benefit. If you scorn wisdom, you will be the one to suffer."Prov11:2"To acquire wisdom is to love oneself; people who cherish understanding will prosper." Prov19:8"In the same way, wisdom is sweet to your soul. If you find it, you will have a bright future, and your hopes will not be cut short."Prov24:14
>Mark 10:27 Jesus looked at them and said, "With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God."
3 As the Bible is the subject of our free will- it's only feasible/ reasonable/ likely for God to honor His word and for His word's to become alive in our lives if we 1st choose to by our own free will to trust, believe and have faith in Him through Jesus.
Our free will is so we can choose to receive God's love or we can turn it down. God moves by are choice to believe in His word, in Him 1st without a sign, His words are told and presented to us to stir up our faith- to believe in what is impossible for man to do. God is the one that is able to help us, save us. How can God save us if we don't even believe?
So as far as us needing to make the Bible feasible by our free will to make it real isn't so. The word of God isn't man made. Now in order for us to find God, we must 1st have faith to believe without seeing- that free will choice does cause change. But even if by our free will we choose not to believe what God has said and done makes no difference it the validity of it being truth.
Every word that God has said will be fulfilled with or without our faith. But with our faith we can receive the blessings and promises of God. God is Good.
JESUS IS OUR LOOP HOLE TO GOD!!
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this is my point exactly. religious people use the bible to answer so many questions. it's like the perfect book but there is a catch. it takes away a person's free will to answer using their own thoughts. the bible is no more written by a higher power then i am that higher power. feel how you want but in the end , it was only a feeling not freewill.
In the old testament when the jews praised god to his satisfaction they were rewarded with victory in battle - when they didn't he punished them with defeat and occupation by foreign powers. So - as far as god goes - you are free to make your own choices; but if he doesn't like the choices that you make, then it 's going to cost you.
man can not write the bible for what man do you know will tell other how they should live. man tell you how to act and what to do and to control you but how to live and live with other as the bible tell you, your life will be great and as Psalm 14 said . only a fool will look at this world and and how life got here and said it no God. man can not and will NEVER make life and life just don't happen and only fool believe that life just happen on this world.we not God and all man together is just a speck to God so how can man understand unless they humble themselves and learn
I think it's quite the opposite, I think conformity makes it feasible.
Also you spelled "feasible" wrong.
YES, YES, YES...God expects us to be human and flesh...That is why I am sure to accept the gift He gave me of forgiveness...ask and it is mine...COOL Father we have...ehhh?
Free will is a false concept which make the doctrine of the christians believable.
They cannot reconcile no free will with their book of scripture.
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