War With God

“Woe to the one who quarrels with his Maker– An earthenware vessel among the vessels of earth! Will the clay say to the potter, ‘What are you doing?’ Or the thing you are making say, ‘He has no hands ‘? Isaiah 45:9

Many people are at  “War with God” Its not that they don’t believe in God or the evidence isn’t sufficient enough. Some people are battling a personal battle against their Maker, and guess what its not going to end well.

People have different personal reasons for rejecting God. Maybe there was a tragedy in the family, or maybe they had a bad religious experience. And while I sympathize with peoples pain this does not change the fact that God exists. We cant allow our emotions to cloud logic and reason!

Often times, all of us will say to God “What Are You Doing?” even though it’s a natural human reaction its also disobedience and lack of faith. Now I’m not saying we shouldn’t have conversations with God, that’s exactly what I’m saying. Maybe God is trying to open the door of communication with you?

“Woe to him who says to a father, ‘What are you begetting?’ Or to a woman, ‘To what are you giving birth?'” Isaiah 45:10

God is saying, we are like a new born child questioning their parents for giving birth to them! No matter how smart we think we are, our knowledge is limited compared to God. We cant even fathom the power and majesty of our Heavenly Father.

So how do we get close to God? There is only one way to the Father and that’s through Jesus Christ! If you want to know more about the Father, follow his Son in Jesus Name Amen!

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6 thoughts on “War With God

  1. Filosopete

    Father-Son is figurative speech. Trinity was introduced from pagan beliefs by St Augustine. Read Isaiah 9:6 and John 1. Jesus said: “Before Abraham was, I AM.” Poblem with Christianity is fundamentalism and literal interpretation. Jesus, according to my Bible, is our Everlasting Father. Try to ubderstand why Jesus acted and spoke in certain ways. To lead by example, to show us the way. See the figurative speech. Jesus was in the Bible right from Genesis.

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      1. Filosopete

        No Scriptures support trinity, ever read again. Wake up to Truth, we Christians have been deceived by Rome for too long. Time to restore original first century church, where no trinity was taught, no Christmas or Easter, no pagan Halloween, nothing of the kind. Do you know how esp the New Testament was translated, by whom and why? Marcion, who started the project, was an unbeliever. In years to follow, much was ADDED to the Bible.

        John 1 calls Jesus God and Isaiah 9:6 clearly calls Him Everlasting Father Jesus said he is “I AM.” No contradiction, don’t see what you were programmed to see. Three non-existent wise men at His birth, all belueve that but there were many. Just three gifts. Do yourself a favour, do your own, intensive, proper research, rake seven years, or eleven, as I did, not guided by any other than God Himself.

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      2. Unashamed of Jesus Post author

        Again you contradict yourself… the scriptures you use support the Trinity…as Jesus said in Matthew 28 Baptize in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

        Was Jesus praying to himself? Did God die on the cross? These are issues you have with your theology

        I understand the Trinity doctrine is hard to grasp but that doesn’t make it untrue

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  2. SheldaRay

    Yes! We gain access to God by accepting his son Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior!

    I’m currently praying for someone who’s rejected the church and righteous living due to a bad religious experience. I’ve done all the teaching and living by example as I can and all I can do now is pray for that person. Many people are at war with God and that requires much prayer as well.

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