Faith & Spirituality
Conversations with God
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I'm an agnostic but I would want to ask God how did came into existence?
I wouldn't ask God anything. I will thank Him for all the blessings that He has given me and hope that He continues to guide me every day.
Many believe that the presence of suffering proves that God does not exist. Every day we are exposed to the harsh realities of this world – so I would definitely ask God why he/she allows suffering especially when God claims to love us so much.
Much like medicine, prayer works only when we use it as directed. We must not imagine that any kind of prayer, no matter how sincere, will be very effective if all we do is to say the prayer. We must not only say our prayers; we must also live them.
Why don't people know their purpose when they are born? If we were informed about our life's purpose from day 1, we could spend our entire life working toward fulfilling it instead of making all these wrong turns and going through so much unnecessary failure.
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Why are that animals can't speak? Imagine being able to have a chat with your dog after work, that’d be pretty cool
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What would have happened if Adam and Eve had refused to eat the forbidden fruit? But it isn't clear at all what would have happened if they had both said no forever. Perhaps there would be no such thing as death – maybe we’d all have eternal life.
Why does God allow us to hate and kill, who created such anger and bitter emotions? God allows women and children to be raped and killed daily, it’s so sad.
I would ask God why he created pain especially in children. It's painful for a mother to watch their children get hurt by bullies and illnesses.
If He loves us all so much - Why did he make some people disabled?
Will God really forgive all of my sins?
Sometimes when we are doing the wrong thing, our Heavenly Father uses suffering to get our attention. He wants to remove everything from our lives which keeps us from walking close to Him in a love-faith relationship. So the suffering, as a result of wrong behavior, brings us closer to Him or it can make us angry and push us away. When you think of it, it’s silly to get angry at God when we suffer as a direct result of our own behavior.
But I personally feel that as Christians, we can go to God with our questions anytime in prayer.
It is about my personal walk with the Lord. I would simply ask:"What am I doing wrong?"
Because I have studied the Bible fairly extensively, I really don't have that many questions about things that the Bible gives us answers for, but rather, I have questions about things that the Bible doesn't answer