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Can God Ever Make Mistakes?

Most Times We ask God this question(s) WHY THIS, WHY THAT, WHY WHY AND WHY, I recently got involve in a robbery case after i heard from God clearly to attend a Vigil after the vigil, by 5:30am i set for home with my family in the car and was attacked by 7 armed men seriously ready to kill they collected everything and non was injured, then i asked WHY?

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No He Can Only Be Mistaken of Better Put: MISUNDERSTOOD.

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[tr]if not he would not have created SATAN and some of his agents[/tr][color=#006600][/color]

God never created Satan, he created Lucifer an angel, who sinned and became Satan. By the way God does not make mistakes.

anyway just passing by, see you some other time.

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God can make a lot of things but not mistakes.

though the were things that looks like mistakes. but they are certainly not. its a matter of choice

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do you believe in the existence of God?

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some questions can make one to sin against God sa,anyway baba God go undastand.I think God can make a mistake,if not he would not have created SATAN and some of his agents.God i hope you are not reading this o,if you are pls forgive me i know not what i am doing.

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most of the evil we see today are consequences. consequences of adam's sin. when adam sinned, he broke natural order and everything has been in the down since then.

until Jesus came to restore all things,

so, does God make mistakes? NO. Why do we see evil in the world? Because man (generic man) sinned.

Do evil things happen even to christians? Yes. Why? Read JOB and Read 2Peter. Bad things happen to us as christians as a test of our faith and commitment to Him, and just so we can become like Him. Adversity is like the crucible that molds God's nature into us. I hope we all learn (especially christians) to embrace and make the most use of any periods of adversity we find ourselves in, because its a priceless opportunity given to us by God to develop that character of Christ in us.

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Then God said: "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, the birds of the air, and the cattle, and over all the wild animals and all the creatures that crawl on the ground."

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God can't make mistake.instead he exposes us 2 d awesomeness of his wonder.

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@Grouppoint

But how is it Gods fault that he had no legs? or that someone was attacked by armed robbers? where is Gods mistake in that? Gods chosing saul as king worked out well: is graphically shows what happens when man deliberately discards Gods will for his own.

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What a useless response!

There are millions of people who have experienced terrible things in life,

which make them doubt the omnipotence or omniscience of God. Is this the reply you have for them?

Take your signature for example, you cried when you had no shoes until you saw a man with no legs!

Do you think that the legless man is happy? Isnt it possible that the an may feel that God made a mistake in allowing him to have no legs.

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wat a useless question!! Obviously God never makes mistakes!!! END TOPIC!!!

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@ Topic God Never makes a Mistakes & will never makes a Mistake, Did you know what exactly God did for you that night? For making you to go for the Vigil with your family,did you know what Devil plain for you? I believe that God just want to show you what many people are passing through & gone for just that, but you were attacked & nothing evil happen apart from collecting everything on you,,,,, Therefore God is a PERFECT MAN AND HE WILL REMAIN PERFECT

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God never makes mistake. We have free will and That is what makes us similar to God

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So tell me the grand plan when someone loses their child or his wife gets Molested by armed robbers, or someone dies of cancer,

The list is endless.

Whilst these may not be mistakes made by God, a good follower of God, who has held onto certain scriptural promises concerning healing or protection, will feel that God made a mistake in creating the armed robber, or allowing a disease such as cancer to afflict his loved one, even unto death.

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GOD never makes mistakes.

Even the seeming "mistakes" attributed to Him are part of a grand design;a presently inapparent agenda.

Note however that all the so-called mistakes u can ever point at always have a free moral agent (besides God) involved.

Inasmuch as God has chosen to give us beings (human and angelic) a free will,He cannot be held totally responsible for our choices n'the aftermath of the same.

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We may say, out of gratitude and reverence, that God does not make mistakes. However, God also wants us to study His word and reason the scriptures out.

Several scriptures in the old testament state that God repented (or regretted) making man. Which is why He destroyed the earth a few times. Can one not call this a mistake?

Kings such as Saul, God regretted giving them rule over Israel. There are several others. The point is that some could argue on the face of it, that God made a mistake in creating lucifer.

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No! God never make mistakes. remember to err is human, to forgive is divine.

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Then If So Why did Adam IN the Bible Say and I quote " Is it not the woman you gave to me?" God is not a man, He's ways are different from our way and thoughts different from ours, but you know as humans we are bound to think otherwise. YES OR NO?

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I think I agree with Grouppoint here.

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Nope.

To make mistakes, one has to have somebody higher than them to say what is right and wrong.

God can not be advised. He has no equals. He sets the standards of what is right and wrong.

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My GOD,

What kinda question is that ?

God is perfect everyday and in every single way

The creator is perfect in every single way.

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