GOD ALWAYS THINKS ABOUT YOU.

GOD ALWAYS THINKS ABOUT YOU.

God created you without your input.
God has a plan for you.
Thinking about God will not change
God’s plan for you, nor will
Praying, tithing, and fasting
Change God’s plan for you.

Therefore, relax and let God run
Your life according to God’s plan.
Stop wasting your time trying
To influence the Almighty.
You might as well have told God
Not to create you, but keep you in Limbo.

God is always thinking about you,
Whether you think about God or not.
Your unanswered prayers are
Outside God’s plan for you, since
You did not ask God to create you.
Relax and enjoy the ride planned for you.

16 thoughts on “GOD ALWAYS THINKS ABOUT YOU.

  1. Thanks so much for your thoughts.
    Remember that the Bible says that the Lord will give the desires of your heart.
    Therefore…you must make Choices according to the will of God…
    Prayers are essential to keep the relationship between us and God.
    You have a great part to play in the realisation of your destiny.

    1. Thanks.
      While prayers may help you attain God’s plan for you, it will not change the plan.
      I find it worrisome that some of the prosperity preachers promise their followers financial nirvana through praying and fasting.
      Some end up losing their shirts because God did not pencil them down as millionaires.

    2. I couldn’t have said it better. Maybe some people want to change their destiny by praying, tithing , and fasting.
      Keep trying, but God ‘s plan is God”s plan is God’s plan.
      The advantages you gain by trying to “bribe” God are minuscule.

  2. All the powers in heaven and earth I have given to you
    Our destiny is in our own hands
    God has given us powers over the earth and everything in it
    We are responsible for good and evil otherwise are you saying that God is responsible and has planned all the evil we see in the world

    1. I will refer you to Genesis 11:1-9
      1 Now the whole world had one language and a common speech. 2 As people moved eastward,[a] they found a plain in Shinar[b] and settled there.
      3 They said to each other, “Come, let’s make bricks and bake them thoroughly.” They used brick instead of stone, and tar for mortar. 4 Then they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves; otherwise we will be scattered over the face of the whole earth.”
      5 But the Lord came down to see the city and the tower the people were building. 6 The Lord said, “If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. 7 Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.”
      8 So the Lord scattered them from there over all the earth, and they stopped building the city. 9 That is why it was called Babel[c]—because there the Lord confused the language of the whole world. From there the Lord scattered them over the face of the whole earth.

      Humans used to be cooperative until God decided to introduce confusion by making humans misunderstand each other. God was not happy that humans used their free will for cooperation. God took away the free will God gave us in Genesis 11:1-9. The result is evil, wars, and unimaginable heinous acts.
      Could you say that God is responsible for evil by making humans misunderstand each other?
      If God is displeased with effect of God’s linguistic intervention, God could make all humans speak the same language once again. Imagine your plane landing in Reykjavik and you start speaking Icelandic. The locals will be thrilled.

  3. Yes God has a plan for each person,
    He didn’t need anyone of us to create us, but definitely needs us to save us, because salvation is free and the word of God says “fight for your salvation with fear and trembling” Philippians 2:12. God does not and will not use force.
    Prayer is the raising up of our heart and mind to God. It a means on simply put “talking to and with God.” Even though He knows us we still need to communicate our needs, render Him thanks and so on. God cannot be taking for granted. God bless you

  4. The scriptures are all about God’s intervention in human affairs at particular points in time. Some are localized and last for a limited time so are more widespread and last for a long time as we see in major religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islamism etc.
    Do you think it is God that brings on these religions or human beings and are you saying it’s part of his plan for our disunity?

    1. Religion is not God.
      All Religions are man made.
      “Lunacy is when someone goes to bed at night and wakes up an anointed pastor in the morning” – Chidiogo.
      Attempts by every Religion to explain unexplainables create more unexplainables.
      If God intervened to stop the building of a tower, why would God permit Slavery, Genocide, Wars, Natural Disasters?
      Why did God’s intervention end in the “Holy Books?”
      Notice I use God because God may be her or him or a combination – Shim©️!
      I firmly believe in the existence of an unknown God.
      Man’s effort to explain the unexplainable (God) has created more problems for the World.
      What God will give you the free will to exterminate a people (Christopher Columbus), march people to death (Japanese), or drop atomic bombs on people (America)?
      Every Religion and “Holy Book” is full of inconsistencies and incongruities.

  5. We are actually in agreement because all your assertions are correct:
    1. All religions are created by man(agreed)
    2. Slavery, genocide, wars etc are man made(agreed)
    3. Are you saying that God allows evil or that he doesn’t have the power to stop evil or that anything man does is neither evil or good. The alternative is that man has the free will to choose.

    1. God has the power to stop evil as God stopped the construction of the “evil” tower. God allows good and evil to exist. It is not a question of free will.

      What of the mentally deranged from birth? Did God create them to spread evil?
      Why not only create people with goodwill?

      It you were God, will you standby and watch the carnage caused by man that you gave “badwill” from birth?

      Therefore God gave us a God-controlled will.
      Is it possible the space shuttles lost to accidents were getting close to Heaven? – just flew a kite.

    2. Free will supposedly is in the “Holy Books.”
      If God gave us free will, does God have to keep reminding us about free will?

      Free will is a man-created concept to explain evil as man created Devil as a excuse to modulate evil – “the Devil made me do it.”

      As God, will you create a doppelgänger with equal powers to foment evil?
      Wouldn’t free will be enough Devil?
      The usual answer is, “It is spiritual.”
      The more appropriate answer is; “It is unexplainable by man.”

      Let us enjoy our Religious Clubs and try to coexist peacefully instead of killing others who have a different understanding (Religion) of the universe.

      Just as man can give a robot “badwill” – a soldier robot, man can also give a robot goodwill – a personal assistant robot.

  6. Let’s just say we will never know the intentions of God because if we know the God will not be our creator. The scriptures are created by men to support their understanding of God and scriptures contain contradictory concepts especially the Bible. The Bible supports both predestination and free will. It also supports the existence of contending supernatural forces of good and evil.
    When one think that the humanistic ideas are in ascendency you suddenly see that pure evil still exist and still exert powers in the world eg Trump, Putin, Buhari, MBS and soon in Brazil.

    1. We are in agreement.
      No one knows God even the authors of the Bible and other “holy books.”
      As you rightly stated how can we understand unexplainable intentions of God?

      Some of the most evil and hateful Leaders are also the most “Religious.”

      Pure evil is nothing new.
      Genocide is recorded in the holy books and has been a recurring event in world history.
      Horrific genocides have been attributed to God.

      While the Humanists are fighting these Leaders, the Church (Religion) sees them as God-sent and anointed.

      A middle ground will be Humanism, with an unexplainable entity, with good intentions, called God, not the God in any of the “Holy Books,” which are figments of man’s imagination.

  7. Africastallestman,
    Thanks you’re not just a good writer but also a philosopher. I couldn’t have put it any better than this your last write up.
    Permit me to adopt it as the humanistic creed.

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