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God is God, right? Omniscient and almighty; the author of life. The ingenious creator of insects. The brilliant, delicate designer of flowers. The massive and impeccable power behind the billions of galaxies in our vast universe. 

Then how could God, with such infinite capability, ever have a problem? He must be beyond all that. Then, everything must be going just exactly the way he wants, right? Wait a minute…can that be? 

Do we have the courage to ask and try to answer this incredible question? 

What if things are not going as God planned? Could it be that God has a problem that He cannot solve? Could he still be God? Or, might we have misunderstood who and what He really is – big time? In this context, how might we define His “problem”?

What evidence is there in the Bible that God might have a problem?

What evidence is there in history and humanity that God might have a problem?

How can it be that God is ‘almighty’ and ‘omniscient’ and yet still have a problem that He cannot solve?

What implications might this have for humanity?

Please share your thoughts below.

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Phillip Soai Van
Phillip Soai Van
4 months ago

The answer lies in the first chapter of the Divine Principle and the book of Roman is very explicit about the nature of God, His character, and his universal nature. Everything in the creation [nature] is a reflection of who and what is God… so much so that we are without excuse.

Rivers don’t drink their own water, trees do not eat their own fruits, the sun does not shine on itself and flowers do not spread their fragrance on themselves. Living for others is a principle of nature. When asking if God can have a problem, it is as if a man asking for help to resolve his own problem.

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