This is a hard question to answer. The Bible says "the prayers of a righteous man availeth much". So I believe God takes our prayers into consideration.
This is one of those issues that the Bible has more than one answer for. Here are some references that state that God does NOT change his mind:
I Samuel 15:29
And here it says that God DOES change his mind:
So, judge for yourself. If the God of the Bible is real, then it seems the answer to your question is anybody's guess.
Great Question! The Bible says that God is unchanging, but there is a story with Moses that makes it seam that God's mind was changed. I have heard the argument that God was just testing Moses. In short, I don't know. But I leaned towards yes.
by Baileybear 8 years ago
eg the the people that didn't get healed when you prayed for them? Not enough faith? Hidden sin? God doesn't care? Answered prayers are really just luck anyway?
by thirdmillenium 7 years ago
If you are a liara womanizergiven to coveting others' thingsa cheata gluttongiven to angersloth money-mindedjealousan ingrateneglecting to help where you can helphaving roving eyesIs there anyone who is not one of these? Honestly?Now you know why God does not answer your prayers, in fact ...
by Onusonus 9 years ago
I have undoubtedly felt the presence of God in my life. I've seen miracles, on both a personal and a social level. I've had my prayers answered in the right place and at the right time, and my life has been blessed.I believe that Jesus Christ is the savior of the world, and I know this because I...
by srwnson 8 years ago
While crossing through Texas recently I had a layover in Loredo. I met a young family who were at a Lowe's asking for money for food and gas to get to Stockton. They said they'd been praying for relief and couldn't understand why they hadn't recieved it. I answered by giving them a twenty. How...
by Kylyssa Shay 4 years ago
Believers, how can you tell when your prayer has been answered when the answer is no?This is a question for believers in any Gods, Goddesses, or other supernatural beings who or that answer prayers. I've been told by a wide assortment of believers that their God, Goddess, or other deity...
by Darrell Roberts 6 years ago
Is the God of the Bible, the same as the God of the Koran, and Bhagavad-Gita.If there is one God, why so many different "scriptures". Why not just one book that tells the entire history of planet Earth and the entire cosmos?
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