Luck or Divine Intervention
A bullet flies over your head. You hit the Mega Millions. A plane crashes and you are one of the survivors. Is this because of luck or Divine intervention?
Divine intervention for believers and luck for non-believers!
These kinds of things are blessings from the Lord Almighty, and the Lord uses them to prompt people to do good in the world whether they believe in him or not... but obviously God's desire is that you will believe in him and that you will do good with the things you have been blessed with.
by marinealways24 10 years ago
-I asked this question in a previous forum post and didn't get any responses. I shall try again. lol -Why would God use divine intervention to write/influence the bible and not use divine intervention to save innocents from dying?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 9 years ago
The assignation that you are one lucky, or unlucky, bastard comes from the assailable notion that you, to the extent that other operative forces allow you no time and space for action or inaction, do not have complete control over your life. In turn, this notion proceeds from the idea that Albert...
by marinealways24 10 years ago
-I made a response to a comment posted on one of my hubs. I feel that the response proves Divine Intervention false by contradiction of Free Will. Here was my response to a creator that intervenes. "You and I both know that we were "created" by our mother and father, however, this...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
Do you believe you have ever witnessed a true miracle in your lifetime?If you believe you have seen a true miracle in your lifetime, would you mind sharing of that experience? Or if you believe it was some type of divine intervention, that would be along the same lines as a miracle. ...
by Jeromeo 11 years ago
As Creator of the Universe, God/Jehovah claims all of us as His. This means Saint or Sinner, at one point or another, He will have a hands on effect in your life.I remember once when I was about 10 or 11 years old; while playing on a two story roof. Jumping back and forth form my...
by Max Dalton 7 years ago
Would you quit work if you won the lottery?With the Mega Millions now over $500 million, it's one of those neat things to think about. I think I'd still go to work. I'd set up a trust for my kids and do some other things, but I'd probably still go to work, if nothing else for the health insurance....
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