A question for believers

I hope there are enough of you who visit this blog.

Mathew writes

All things whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive[ 21:22]

And at the same time you believe the god you believe in is omniscient and all loving. Is it possible that either he doesn’t care, it his will that shit happens to you and you are offending s/h/it by asking for the problem to be taken away or worse still, you are suggesting that this god you believe in could have been wrong and you want them to chair their mind?

In brief, am asking why pray?

What is Mary’s relationship to Jesus

I will give you a guide

1. If he was born of Mary, she was his mother.
2. She “being with child by the Holy Ghost,” and Father, Son and Holy Ghost being one, she bore to him the relation of wife.
3. God being the Father of all mankind, and God and Christ being one, she was his daughter.
4. She being the daughter of God, and Christ being the Son of God, she was therefore his sister.

The Christ by Remsburg

still on this resurrection debacle

As to the account given of his resurrection and ascension, it was the necessary counterpart of his birth. His historians having brought him into the world in a supernatural manner, were obliged to take him out again in the same manner, or the first part of the story must have fallen to the ground. The wretched contrivance with which this latter part is told exceeds every thing that went before it. The first part, that of the miraculous conception, was not a thing that admitted of publicity, and therefore the tellers of this part of the story had this advantage, that though they might not be credited, they could not be detected…. But the resurrection of a dead person from the grave, and his ascension through the air, is a thing very different as to the evidence it admits of, to the invisible conception of a child in the womb. The resurrection and ascension, supposing them to have taken place, admitted of public and ocular demonstration, like that of the ascension of a balloon, or the sun at noon-day, to all Jerusalem at least. A thing which everybody is required to believe, requires that the proof and evidence of it should be equal to all, and universal; and as the public visibility of this last related act was the only evidence that could give sanction to the former part, the whole of it falls to the ground, because that evidence never was given…. It is in vain to attempt to palliate or disguise this matter. The story, so far as relates to the supernatural part, has every mark of fraud and imposition stamped upon the face of it. Who were the authors of it is as impossible for us now to know, as it is for us to be assured that the books in which the account is related were written by the persons whose names they bear, the best surviving evidence we now
have respecting this affair is the Jews. They are regularly descended from the people who lived in the times this resurrection and ascension is said to have happened, and they say, it is not true. It has long appeared to me a strange inconsistency to cite the Jews as a proof of the truth of the story. It is just the same as if a man were to say, I will prove the truth of what I have told you by producing the people who say it is false”

Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason

Easter is approaching

and we have questions.

1. If Moses was inspired and the book of the law was lost and destroyed and later written by Ezra, was he [Ezra] also inspired and if yes was the inspiration of Moses important? [WE are granting for argument’s sake Moses walked on the planet]

2. HOW was David ancestry important in the life of Jeebus if he was born of the holy spirit?

3. How long was Jeebus’ ministry?

4. When was he born?

5. Where was his ministry based and how many times was he in Jerusalem?

6. Was he falsely accused?

7. When did he die?


1.  Babies

Because we are not able to explain life, especially, how if life began, what happened at that instant is proof that god exists.

2. Thunderstorms

What the OP wrote didn’t make sense. I will copy and paste it below.

I love to sit on my back porch in Florida and listen to the rumbling of thunder. It reminds me of God’s majesty and power. The apostle Paul said creation was the best evidence of God’s existence. He wrote, “For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen” (Rom. 1:20). Nature is actually full of quantifiable miracles. Just consider the fact that the earth is the perfect distance from the sun to support

life. If we were any farther away from the sun, we would freeze; if we were even slightly closer to it, we would burn up. It’s obvious God created this home for us!

3. Flowers

If you didn’t know why there are several flower varieties, now you know. God created them so we could have many colours to see unless you were born blind which means god only wanted you to smell the flowers.

4. The Bible

Do we need to say anything else?

5. The global spread of Christianity

If something is believed by many people, it must definitely be true!

6.  Jesus

The amazing thing about god is that he had no qualms committing suicide to save us from himself. How obstinate are these atheists to no see this?  

7. My personal friendship with God

Am convinced the moon is made of cheese. You may disbelieve everything else I say but you can’t disprove this. I have this feeling in my gut.

7 things that prove god is real

7 things that prove god is[n’t] real