Sustaining Creation - Now!

Why doesn't God stop our destruction?

March 09, 2020 Terry Gallagher
Sustaining Creation - Now!
Why doesn't God stop our destruction?
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Sustaining Creation - Now!
Why doesn't God stop our destruction?
Mar 09, 2020
Terry Gallagher

The question of "why doesn't God act?” has been in existence since people were scared enough to ask rather than act. 

That’s the difficult question we will be pondering in this Podcast.
From lightning strikes to lava flows, from periods of floods and droughts; plagues and war; overwhelming tragedies that strike us both large and small; people have been staring at the skies and asking: “why God did you allow this?”
What if God's grand design for his Good creation is that we would be the ones to act and God's role was to guide, to inspire, to awaken, to CALL? 

Now-that's a disturbing understanding isn’t it?

The question of "why doesn't God act?” has been in existence probably as long as humans have wondered about God. For a biblical example, we don’t have to look any further than the Book of Job. Some biblical scholars believe that Job is the very first book of the Bible and written to seek an answer to the age-old question: why does evil exist and why doesn't God just stop it?

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Show Notes

The question of "why doesn't God act?” has been in existence since people were scared enough to ask rather than act. 

That’s the difficult question we will be pondering in this Podcast.
From lightning strikes to lava flows, from periods of floods and droughts; plagues and war; overwhelming tragedies that strike us both large and small; people have been staring at the skies and asking: “why God did you allow this?”
What if God's grand design for his Good creation is that we would be the ones to act and God's role was to guide, to inspire, to awaken, to CALL? 

Now-that's a disturbing understanding isn’t it?

The question of "why doesn't God act?” has been in existence probably as long as humans have wondered about God. For a biblical example, we don’t have to look any further than the Book of Job. Some biblical scholars believe that Job is the very first book of the Bible and written to seek an answer to the age-old question: why does evil exist and why doesn't God just stop it?

Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/donate/353364075293193/)