The Identity Of God

In a conversation between Moses and God he identifies himself as “I Am”. In doing that he means he is the one true God, the Creator, the supreme being that has the ability to control all things at his will.

I have heard it said numerous times…”Well if God is so good why do bad things happen”? Some people even think “God is dead!”. I can tell you with absolute certainty that GOD IS NOT DEAD! It is so easy for us to blame God when bad things happen. The negative non-believers are quick to lie, kill, rape and torture others only to blame it on God.

On several occasions I have witnessed the power of God’s love when my mother was at the point of death and then she took a breath. Only God can breathe life into a dying body.

Some will say, I prayed and God didn’t answer. He always answers but sometimes the answer is not what we want to hear. Some will say he is to blame for earthquakes and natural disasters, he is not but he knows of there existence because the Bible tells us these things will occur.

When bad things happen God is not to blame. The blame is the Devil and sometimes mankind. When mankind disobeys there are consequences but I can also tell you I have felt the loving hand of God when I thought I didn’t have a reason to continue in this world.

When little children are taken before their time it is not because God hates them but because he loves them so much he doesn’t want them to suffer. As humans we are sometimes selfish and want to keep our loved ones here even if they have to suffer. That is not God’s plan!

Give God a chance. He also suffered as a parent would when his son was tortured and killed. He knows our every need…trust in him!

Author: throughmyeyes720

I love art, especially photography and painting. My next addition is crafts or primarily needlecrafts. And as if that was not enough, I am a genealogist.

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