(Principle number 4) God Takes Each Person’s Situation and Experience into Account God is love. Love allows for growth. There are tremendous lessons we can learn from raising children that can help us understand God’s dealings with us. Indeed, that may have been a part of the purpose in giving us the potential to have […]
(Principle number 3) God Often Gives People What They Want Even If Less Than Ideal God is love. Love wants to share. True agape love always seeks the good of others; it is other-centered rather than self-centered. “If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall […]
(Principle number 2) In love, God created the whole universe. Ultimately, He is responsible for everything that exists. It was all created for a good purpose, all done consistently with God’s attribute of love. God is also all-powerful (omnipotent) and so He can do anything (consistent with His character). He can also prevent anything; prevent […]
(Principle number 1) God, Being a Gentleman, Does Not Impose Himself on Others God is love. Love cannot be forced. This is perhaps the greatest principle of heaven because love must be given freely, without coercion, or it is not love. If someone is forced to love that is more like slavery or bondage or […]
(Series Introduction) Say you are a refugee (there are millions in the world today) and ended up moving to a new country with a very different culture and an unknown language. For you to begin to function efficiently in that new setting you would, of course, have to learn the language. But it is not […]
John 5:4 is a verse that could and should raise questions in one’s mind about the character of God. Here is the verse with a little context: “Now there is at Jerusalem by the sheep market a pool, which is called in the Hebrew tongue Bethesda, having five porches. In these lay a great multitude […]
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