Let's presume it was sincere.
- Yes85% (28)72% (21)79% (49)Vote
- No15% (5)28% (8)21% (13)Vote
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God will listen to anybody that seeks him, sincerely. He always says 'seek and you shall find, knock and I will answer'. He knows the hearts, the minds and the true intentions of people. The point is having a relationship with him. The main reason why people don't believe in him or want to is because the churches are not preaching and telling the whole truth about God. They are not being an example of how he wants us to walk. And force their own faith on their children, when they don't even having a relationship with God on their own. He loves to be called father, 'Abba' is: Father, Dad, Daddy, whatever you prefer in Hebrew. Its a relationship that's the same between a child and their mother and father. He hears good and hears bad. You can have cancer today, and it'll be gone tomorrow. But you have to truly be sincere and want to be saved unless he has other plans for you. So yes, he does answer he doesn't care what nationality you are, or how far deep you fell in sin. If you get to know him, and he knows your heart he will answer. The only thing though that he does say is that if you lack forgiveness, then neither shall he forgive you. When he says about not judging people, he is saying that you can't give righteous judgement if your doing the same sin. Not what you did in the past. For an example is premarital sex. A person who is Christian or believes in God can't place judgement on a person for having sex outside of marriage if they are doing the exact same thing now. Or think that the other persons sin is far worse then theirs. He makes it clear that sin is still sin, and the punishment of 'sin' period is death. This is why we have all these broken homes, sickness and diseases, people dying young, why women can't get pregnant, etc. This applies to everybody, young and old, men, women, child, all in between, and all things living. But no matter how bad, he will listen and forgive. And you don't need anybody else's justification of that except through him. Not even from me.2