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Got off the subject on the last one so I ask again??.

I understand that God gives us freewill to make a choice to believe or not. Yet if he already knows what choice we are going to make then is it really our choice or the choice He has already made for us?? Why would he give us a choice not to follow him? I got saved about 1 1/2 years ago and a friend asked me the same question and I could not give him a proper answer. I have read Gen. and wondered myself. Why would God even create the tree of Knowlege if he already knew that Adam and Eve would eat from it? Was satin aroud then to give us doubt? Please HELP!!! 
Wednesday, January 07, 2009 4:45:51 PM   guest
First off, welcome to the discussion between Calvanism and Armenianism. Both sides have valid, biblical points, but I feel (and this is somply my opinion after searching the scriptures) the truth lies somewhere in between.

For the purpose of this questions, I feel you can simply answer this question. God does not desire forced worship, therefore, in His perfect will, He provided the opportunity for us to choose. The amazing part is that He ALSO provided the redemption from our inevitable bad choice. -don't forget that part. :-) 
Sunday, September 20, 2009 8:59:44 PM symphonix
      re:The beast   
i am like you I have never understood that. Some people say that it is a person othersdon't know. When the time comes I believe that God will let his people know the trueth about it then. 
Wednesday, April 05, 2006 11:13:07 AM dac39jjc
      re:The beast   
Since Revelations is a symbolic book I would dare to say that it will be a person.I could be wrong. 
Thursday, December 29, 2005 3:05:48 PM twp41
      re:The beast   
One of the greatest mysteries of all time is the identity of the dread Beast of Revelation. The Bible describes him as the ultimate villain in human history, the archetype of evil, the incarnation of wickedness and perversion. 
Friday, December 02, 2005 3:06:40 PM christieann
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