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get_real
04-19-2005, 03:43 PM
All of our lives we heard: "God knows everything", "every little thought".
As well as: "God knows you suffer".
"God knows you're sick"

But does God truly know physical and emotional pain? Does God know heartache?

Does God truly know anything other than himself?

Ahmad
04-19-2005, 03:54 PM
Chapter 28 (History)
In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Confidence in God

[28:7] We inspired Moses' mother: "Nurse him, and when you fear for his life, throw him into the river without fear or grief. We will return him to you, and will make him one of the messengers."

[28:8] Pharaoh's family picked him up, only to have him lead the opposition and to be a source of grief for them. That is because Pharaoh, Hamaan, and their troops were transgressors.

Inside the Lion's Den

[28:9] Pharaoh's wife said, "This can be a joyous find for me and you. Do not kill him, for he may be of some benefit for us, or we may adopt him to be our son." They had no idea.

[28:10] The mind of Moses' mother was growing so anxious that she almost gave away his identity. But we strengthened her heart, to make her a believer.

[28:11] She said to his sister, "Trace his path." She watched him from afar, while they did not perceive.

The Infant Returned to His Mother

[28:12] We forbade him from accepting all the nursing mothers. (His sister) then said, "I can show you a family that can raise him for you, and take good care of him."

[28:13] Thus, we restored him to his mother, in order to please her, remove her worries, and to let her know that GOD's promise is the truth. However, most of them do not know.

nomad
04-19-2005, 03:57 PM
get_real wrote:
All of our lives we heard: "God knows everything", "every little thought".
As well as: "God knows you suffer".
"God knows you're sick"

But does God truly know physical and emotional pain? Does God know heartache?

Does God truly know anything other than himself?

Those are questions answered by the Christian

apologetics ... human pain is the reason

God chose to reveal the invisible in the

visible body of Jesus ... no other faith

answers this question better in my humble

opinion. Whether its true is the real question.

get_real
04-19-2005, 04:07 PM
Sorry: Error

nohope187
04-19-2005, 08:16 PM
Sure he does. He sent his own son to die on a cross for the sins of the world, but this flys in the face of bullshit Christ is God/Trinitarianism teaching.