God did not give Job a direct answer, when Job asked God for answers. Instead, God asked Job, various questions, such as, do you understand the scope of the heavens, and the full face of the earth, I made the leviathan and behemoth and can bring my sword to them…

Basically putting forth the image of the earth, the heavens, and two horrible and secret monsters of great defense and might. For some reason, in his final rebuke to Job.

Job said he was sorry, for his misunderstanding of God’s plans for justice.

Why? How? Why did God not give Job a direct answer, or did he?

Why did bad things happen to good Job?

Is there possibly justice in this world?




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  1. Jear77 3 months ago

    Could it be that instead of answering questions, god, if it exists, decided to be an asshat? If that’s the case, why would you want to serve such a being? Why create beings that can’t understand… and expect them to serve you perfectly – and if not, send them to hell? Why create everything, knowing EXACTLY what you’re creating (i.e. creation of satan, man doomed to fall), only to whine that things turned out how you expected them to? Sorry, nothing can make up for that.

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      five2one 3 months ago

      @Jear77 I think, you are making up a lot of stuff about God, or have been told stories, you should not have believed…

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      • Jear77 3 months ago

        @five2one what does the word omniscient mean? “knows everything.” If god exists, it knew what it was getting into when it created the universe. The one thing that sticks out about that statement is that this god was bored and wanted drama. No thanks! I don’t do drama.

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        five2one 2 months ago

        @Jear77 Okay, then live a boring life, and bad mouthing God just makes you out to be a virus in the body of God. Granted, God is more amused by you, then angry.

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      • Jear77 2 months ago

        @five2one that’s meaningless as fuck to a person who doesn’t believe in the divine

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      • Jear77 2 months ago

        @five2one meaningless to me

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        five2one 2 months ago

        @Jear77 I mean, if you want immortality, you have to believe in Jesus. And not the garbage you were taught.

        You don’t, so, not much to say. Live your one life now, I suppose. Try and be nice and loving.

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      • Jear77 2 months ago

        @five2one uhm… mortality is fine, thank you. Why do you want to serve something that had the option of creating nothing, then having the audacity to complain about the potential attributes of what it created? It makes no logical sense.

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  2. Tits McGee 3 months ago

    THINK BIGGER

    GOD – OR WHATEVER YOU WANT TO CALL IT – ISNT JUST OF THIS EARTH

    THINK BIGGER

    ITS BIG, MAN

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      five2one 3 months ago

      @Tits McGee The Universe.

      There is the I Am. To point elsewhere is to step outside of singularity with God. But, we often have to do this to save others.

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      • Tits McGee 3 months ago

        @five2one BUT IF YOUR GOD IS WITH YOU IN THIS SINGULAR UNIVERSE, IT WILL SURELY BE WITH YOU WITHIN THE MULTIVERSE.

        BIGGER BRO

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      five2one 3 months ago

      @Tits McGee I would say… about 12 inches. Bent.

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