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Can God Tire?

Christians believe that a Supernatural being called '' God '' or some kind of '' God '' waved his hand and created the earth and everything in it , In 6 days , and on The 7th Day He Rested '' Slept ''. Right!!. So you mean to say that after working only six days of 24 hours each , your all mighty God got tired ? What foolishness. Can God tire?. Genesis 2:2 says that God “rested” meaning that he actually ceased, desisted or stopped doing his job. . . . If this is true this would make the God of the Bible in need of a refreshment which means he could be fatigued or weakened.

According to Isaiah 40:28 of the Old Testament, the God of the bible does not get tired:

Hast thou not known? hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary? there is no searching of his understanding. The key word in this quote is “fainteth” which in Aramic (Hebrew) is ya'aph meaning “to be/grow weary, to fatigue, to be faint.” It says that God “fainteth not.” Which one is it?.

Later on in Jeremiah 15:6 the same Aramic word ya'aph is used for fainteth and it says that God does get tired:

Thou hast forsaken me, saith the LORD, thou art gone backward: therefore will I stretch out my hand against thee, and destroy thee; I am weary with repenting. In one instance God is tired and in another he isn’t. Which one is it?. Can God tire?

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When is god gonna get tired and return?

We are tired of waiting for him to manifest himself. . . .

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Yes he even regreted creating man, can a god take an action he will regret lter ?

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thought I'd be able to send somethings to u, my dear friend, but I was surprised when I kudnt see any of your posts, anyway, be xpctn something very soon. I'll be right back for you.

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@matthew7:7 and @Abuzola

You suggest me look up the meaning of the word 'rest' in the English dictionary. Now, stop and think one second; 2000 years ago the english language was not used. Did your Jesus used the English language?.The bible that you use today is a poor English translation. If you preacher, teacher, minister, pastor or any other religious leader really cared, you would take time out to research the original language, rather than rely on poor english translations. If you knew how to translate from the original language of your bible you will see that the key word  in Aramic (Hebrew) is ya'aph meaning “to be/grow weary, to fatigue, to be faint.”.You have to realise that present day authorities, theologians, philosophers, and so-called linguistics of European birth use several of their own languages to control your mind and entrap you in their definitions. Remember that their first holy book is the Bible or the Koran, and their second and most holy book is their dictionary; with these tools, they rule. They can decide what is true and what is false, and they can make a learnt man, look like a fool, or a liar, because they are unquestionable. The format used is author, authentic, authority. With those three principles, everybody retreats to them to check themselves and their own culture. Whenever you look up the root of a word, and where it originated, you are always led to Greek, French, Old English, Latin, and Arabic. Most of your definitions are coming from these languages. They have you controlled by these languages to keep your mind trapped and make themselves the authorities, the authors, and thus appear to be authentic.

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@horus

Read carefully please, I suggest too, that you look up the meaning of the word 'rest' in the dictionary. It may have different meanings, and who knows maybe you have understood the plain meaning of it, it happens sometimes. The meaning of the word rest as used in this verse means to do away with working, and what does it further imply, it implies that my God has 'finished' working, think about it, after you have finished your daily assignment what else do you do? you refrain from working, don't you? this is what happened. And mark this that the Bible didn't say "HE THEN RESUMED HIS WORKS ON THE EIGHTH DAY AFTER HE HAD HAD ENOUGH REST" [color=#000099][/color]this shows that He has completed His works and after that He refrained.

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In Jeremiah 15:6, He said that He was weary with repenting which means He would no longer repent of his decision 'means He would no longer forgive or overlook because He was tired of their unrighteousnesses. Get it and get it right MY GOD CAN NEVER GET TIRE OR BE TIRED. If you need further explanations please, link up with me on "meetpastorsam@yahoo.com"

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your title says Can God Tire. Nothing about Genesis or creation there.

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question. The word rested is used in Genesis 2:2:

"And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made".

three? (dont try to divert the question)

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I know I've read somewhere in the bible that God can get tired of reasoning with people who insist on being bull headed.

Not in Genesis though.

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This is how the bible makes this sound, God worked a whole six days and now on on the 7th day he rested, God is sitting in his chair, or laying in his bed. A God of this "caliber" should not have the need to rest.

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And?. did i said that the 3 words Can God Tire are in genesis?

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Lmao, and they say 'with GOD all things are possible' how possible when he can get tired, wise up

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What does it mean for god to get tired? Is tireness applied to god exactly the same as when applied to non-god animals?

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Based on Genesis 2:2: "And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made".

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@horus

your post is a reflection of jangled thoughts. You need to be collected to profit from the Scriptures. The Bible doesn't say that God waved His hand and created the earth, that thought is coming from somewhere else.

Also, to rest doesn't automatically mean to sleep, augmtii sleep can sometimes be a form of rest. You may need to a consult your dictionary for the various meanings of rest.

Also, there's no where in the Bible that says that God got three after the 6th !day! Of creation. Then immediately after your assumptions, you're asking, Can God tire on what are you basing your assumptions? Toy

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