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    Cool The true God no one can deny

    The true God no one can deny
    Put yourself in a hypothetical frame of mine for just a moment
    Imagine what humans would be like 2,000 years from today
    Imagine we now travel the stars seeing what there is to see
    Imagine we travel thru a galaxy and see a lifeless planet
    A planet with air
    A planet with water
    A planet with mountains
    A planet with valleys
    A planet with no life to be found


    You decide to put some life where none could be seen
    A seed to grow into a future un seen
    Imagine 1,000 years later you return
    Imagine you see life much like your own
    What do you do?
    Whisper some advice into their ear?
    Give them a helping hand?
    Imagine what you see is not what you intended it to be
    God, if you hear me, we deserve a second chance
    Wipe the slate clean?
    Start it all over again?
    He is back deciding our future
    What do we do--?

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    I’m not really sure I get where you’re going with this OP, but I can say that we look back in history two thousand years ago, see what people were like and compare them to us today. Physiologically, we are the same.

    Cognitively we are much different and our technology is off the charts. In two thousand years, considering the technological trend, I’d say your right. We will travel the stars. We may even know how to travel through time.
    Sometimes the hardest thing and the right thing are the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdyson View Post
    The true God no one can deny
    Put yourself in a hypothetical frame of mine for just a moment
    Imagine what humans would be like 2,000 years from today
    Imagine we now travel the stars seeing what there is to see
    Imagine we travel thru a galaxy and see a lifeless planet
    A planet with air
    A planet with water
    A planet with mountains
    A planet with valleys
    A planet with no life to be found


    You decide to put some life where none could be seen
    A seed to grow into a future un seen
    Imagine 1,000 years later you return
    Imagine you see life much like your own
    What do you do?
    Whisper some advice into their ear?
    Give them a helping hand?
    Imagine what you see is not what you intended it to be
    God, if you hear me, we deserve a second chance
    Wipe the slate clean?
    Start it all over again?
    He is back deciding our future
    What do we do--?
    what is your point?

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    Cool

    sorry, double post
    Last edited by jamesdyson; April 28th, 2019 at 10:53 AM.

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    Cool

    A response from another web site covering this same topic---

    What do we do? Think
    There wouldn't be much we could do other than suffer the consequences of whatever personality this God might have.
    As far as I'm concerned if we are talking about planet earth in its present condition, AND we are assuming that the God in question is truly a decent intelligent God, then I personally would have nothing to worry about.
    Any intelligent God isn't going to blame every individual for the behavior of the masses. I'm totally opposed to the way that many people on this planet are behaving themselves. I absolute reject the direction and policies of the current political administration in my country of the USA. I didn't vote for these people and come 2020 I will be casting my vote to get them out of power.
    Therefore if any decent intelligent God comes to earth and is displeased with the behavior of these people that I am also displeased with, that's certainly not going to reflect poorly on me. To the contrary, I would be more in harmony with what the God was hoping to find.
    In fact, I can safely say that if everyone on planet earth behaved liked me there would be no crime on planet earth at all. Certainly no rape, no murder, not thievery, no extortion, no lies, no cheating, etc.
    We wouldn't even need locks and keys if everyone were like me.
    So what is this God going to do? Be so ignorant as to blame everyone for the behavior of others? I certainly hope not, because I don't want to have to suffer because of the criminal behavior of others.
    As I say, I don't condone their behave, and I didn't vote in the corrupt leaders that are currently leading us into the den of iniquity.
    So to answer your question, "What do we do?"
    I can't speak for anyone else, but all I need to do is be who I am. That should be more than enough for any truly decent God.
    And if the God is indecent then it doesn't really matter what anyone does we'd all be doomed in that case.
    What do we do? Think

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