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Do you fight/argue with God?
In view of some issues we often find ourselves at unsatisfactory levels. Then we tend to argue or fight with God for any good to happen soon. Is it the same case with you? Is it a sign of healthy relationship with God? If yes how often we should? Do you think God appreciate all this?
Arguing with God is proof: (1) that you believe in God; (2) that you have a relationship with Him; (3) that you think He has control (all or some) in your life.
It is unhealthy if all you do is argue. You have to chill, listen and act on what He tells you. Usually you end up thanking Him, and feeling that the arguing was unnecessary. The arguing will decrease as you mature.
I can't say I've fought or argued with him, but I have yelled at him and blamed him for some of the bad things that have happened to me. I know he's not really to blame, but God is big enough to listen and still love me. I think even the anger shows that at least I have a relationship with God. After things settle down, I realize I did what I should and take everything to God, but I did it in the wrong way. But as I said, he loves me anyway.
Only when he forgets to wash his dishes. You wouldn't think it, given that he's a creative spirit, but the guy's a real slob.
No. I only fight with myself and my misconceptions and misunderstandings.
God is constant and true. God is Love, pure and unconditional.
Only our distance from that Love keeps us from feeling and experiencing the abundance He wishes for us.
Fight with Love? Never! Ask myself what I need to uncover my eyes? Yes! Always.
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