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    Poly's pick 9-3-16

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosenritter
    Quote Originally Posted by popsthebuilder View Post
    There is the Will of GOD and the will of man or the opposer. Though man can walk abject to the Will of GOD, ultimately he cannot affect the Will of GOD.

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    * If man cannot affect the will of God, then why did Abraham bargain with God about the fate of Sodom?

    * If man cannot affect the will of God, then why did Moses attempt to persuade God to spare Israel from utter destruction, even bargaining his own life? And why did God do something different than what he first told Moses he would do?

    * If man cannot affect the will of God, then how come God cut his punishment short when David repented of his casting of the census over Israel?

    * If man cannot affect the will of God, then how come God spared Nineveh when they repented at the preaching of Jonah, after he had already said, "Forty days and this city shall be destroyed?"

    * If man cannot affect the will of God, then why did Jesus instruct us to pray?
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    Men conforming towards the Will of GOD and receiving the promises of GOD is not equivalent to GOD's will changing because of man. The Will of GOD as it pertains to man, GOD's creation, has always ultimately been benevolent. Both death from knowing misdirection, and the ever giving nature of GOD has not changed as far back as man can know.

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    Good one Rosenritter !!
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    Excellent choice, Poly.

    And excellent post, Rosenritter.


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