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All things are possible with God. God owns everything in the universe, including us, and has the discretion to do as he wants.20
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I am a believer and consider myself Christian as well , but I have my constant question marks on things and I still have Faith in the lord and pray that he will guide me , I don’t like pushing my religion on to others, but I don’t have a problem talking about my beliefs to others , I just don’t force it on to anyone , everyone has their own life and their own beliefs God has given us Freewill so it’s not for me to tell someone they are right or wrong , there was a time I didn’t believe in God and I didn’t accept him into my heart so for me to tell someone they need to believe makes me a hypocrite is how I look at it. I just choose to live my life knowing there is a Heaven after I leave this Earth , I believe God puts us through trials and tribulations throughout life to make us stronger and wiser even though some of the tragedies that happen in our lives can be devastating I believe God has a reason for it and by me accepting God as my savior he will get me through it. I am blessed that I am still standing here today12
Possible, yes… but not always likely.
Is it possible for him to disobey the laws of physics that he created? I believe so… but he’s not likely to do it very often. Within reason, maybe.
You go walking off a high hundred foot high cliff… can you survive? Sure. But it’s not likely. Can he somehow do the Wiley coyote thing and you somehow make it to the other side? Maybe. But it’s not likely, so you shouldn’t take a silly risk like jumping off a cliff, expecting him to leave you unscathed.20
Yes! I very much believe that. I believe when you are in a good place and just praying to God a lot and not expecting anything to happen that's when the greatest things happen. Like at work my boss had this contest going on about getting the best reviews from customers and the person with the most positive reviews would win the money. I didn't actually plan on participating. I was just going to do work normally and be normal. I was praying to God a lot. (I still do pray) and the month passed and I ended up winning. I was like shocked because I like didn't do anything different, I was just being myself. You know I am better because of god and I strive to be better because of god. So it's a win win situation. I felt very grateful.0
Unless it's a contradiction, such as square circles or other such, all things are possible. God has nothing to do with it.
If you believe in God, then he made us and taught us that the power to reshape the universe itself was within us. Believing in God actually places fewer limits on what is or isn't possible than non-belief as it allows for super-natural possibilities.
If you do not believe in God, then the only limit is what we can discover for ourselves, and thus far, we have found no significant limitations imposed upon us by the universe, though we have found a great many ways we can NOT do certain things, we just have to keep looking and learning.0
I don’t believe at all that being a Christian means you will have good luck. You mean to say that you have had absolutely nothing go wrong in your life at all?
Maybe your friend offering to have your kids for you if something happens is just an act of friendship and kindness. Many people’s friends would step in and help out in this situation. That doesn’t mean it’s an act of God because you are Christian.50
I do think you are thankful and have the ability to recognize what God has blessed you with. I will absolutely say keep thanking God for these blessings but there may come a time of loss where you lose all of these things, even though you are a Christian. (See the Book of Job). There may be a time when people look down on you because you have nothing as a result of circumstance even though you are obedient but just like people looked down on Job, God blessed him for his faithfulness. But these are the seasons where we realize that ALL we need is Christ and His sacrifice.10
Yes. I definitely believe it because the Bible says so in Matthew 19:26. And I know it’s true because it says in Proverbs 30:5 “Every word of God is flawless! He is a shield to those who take refuge in Him.”20
nothing is possible with god, if you pray to him nothing will happen, i was watching a survival programme of a few people stranded on a boat, and one of them prayed to be rescued,. and guess what, she died... if you place belief in a magical man to help you get the things you want, you will never get them, you have to get them yourself0
I believe all things are possible through God and through me.20
Hmmm. Is deist... But i was raised Christian at first...
And my safety would have still been no.
If the creator is truly omnipotent, when that being prob won't make your more powerful. Logically no. Spiritually, within the laws of physics, yeah.0
Well, He did bring His son back from death (Acts 2:32)...30
Yes and no somethings like illnesses that are miracoullus cured is god but stuff like rain and where it comes from ia proven by science20
God spoke the physical universe into being, so self evidently all things are possible.
The real question is: does he want to do a particular thing.30
I believe in God but I must admit that I used to be much more spiritual than I am now. It's hard to feel close to God when things don't work out for you lol... for an extended time.0
All things? No, some things we can imagine are physically impossible, like time travel. And as far as I can see, God is of no help whatsoever.1
No, but the Flying Spaghetti Monster can work miracles!! ASK and ye SHALL receive!!10
Only things possible are what you yourself strive for and achieve. Only thing remotely supernatural about it is the belief in yourself to do the best you can.0
Yes, but I haven't experienced all things yet and don't think I will.10
I think that anything is possible if you put Faith in it10
All things are “conceivably” possible with a made up all powerful god. Can’t prove any of it.0
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Let's just put it this way...
The main question is, do things happen by chance? If they do, then one can speak of someone being lucky or unlucky. But if they do not happen by chance, then it is inappropriate to use those terms. Ecclesiastes 9:11-12 I returned, and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favour to men of skill; but time and chance happeneth to them all. For man also knoweth not his time: as the fishes that are taken in an evil net, and as the birds that are caught in the snare; so are the sons of men snared in an evil time, when it falleth suddenly upon them. Much of what Ecclesiastes shares is from the perspective of a person who looks at life on earth without God, or life “under the sun.” From such a perspective—leaving God out of the picture—there seems to be good luck and bad luck.
https://www. gotquestions. org/luck. html
I couldn't have said it better myself. Luck is evil. Was Noah and his sons lucky or were all who died lucky? Nothing Noah did then was by chance, nor lucky.