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A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?

 
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A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Suppose I wanted to go back in time. Considering that God created time, he is not subject to it, and could manipulate it in any way he saw fit. So if I were to ask him to let me wake up one morning and restart my life from maybe 1996 or so, is there any chance he would answer? Just curious to hear other opinions on this.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Yes, He'll answer it, however that answer will likely be no.
“Wash yourselves, make yourselves clean;
Remove the evil of your deeds from My sight.
Cease to do evil,
Learn to do good;Seek justice,
Reprove the ruthless,Defend the orphan,Plead for the widow.

Your Governance is puppet whore of the Banks, it is not a real boy. Stop pretending it can move on it's own.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Suppose I wanted to go back in time. Considering that God created time, he is not subject to it, and could manipulate it in any way he saw fit. So if I were to ask him to let me wake up one morning and restart my life from maybe 1996 or so, is there any chance he would answer? Just curious to hear other opinions on this.
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ROFL!
WTF?
point to be made here:
why would God go back in time?
From the beginning He knew exactly how this would all play out. Why then would He time jump?
why would you want to start again from 1996?
If you've already fucked up your life this far, why would God send you back to fuck it up again?
thats not even to mention the various other lives of other people you may or may not fuck up if you went back!
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Suppose I wanted to go back in time. Considering that God created time, he is not subject to it, and could manipulate it in any way he saw fit. So if I were to ask him to let me wake up one morning and restart my life from maybe 1996 or so, is there any chance he would answer? Just curious to hear other opinions on this.
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No...

That is foolishness..However he will grant you some wisdom if you pray for that....
Susie

If you don't stand for your faith, then you won't stand at all....
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
The LORD always knows best. Sometimes HIS answer is no. Try living the rest of our life as if it was back then, it is never too late.
If you break my wings, I will just find a cloud and learn to fly again. The Lord will catch you when you fall or teach you to fly! May the footprints I leave lead you to BELIEVE.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
There would be an answer. You would have to open your mind to hear it and you'll most likely miss it because although deep down inside you know how to answer it, its not what you want to hear. Like homie said, pray for wisdom, forget about 1996.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
You have the answer within yourself. Remember what you were like in that time period, and if you were happy with who you were, you can become that same person on your own.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
You have the answer within yourself. Remember what you were like in that time period, and if you were happy with who you were, you can become that same person on your own.
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Exactly. So there, your prayer has been answered and now you must listen
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
fucking stroke of genius calling this forum godlike productions, guaranteed trawl of fuckwits turning up to spout utter bullshit about something that doesn't exist.

probably fall for all the adverts too
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
"Contrary to the ideas of so many believers, prayer is not a matter of expressing our grievances to God. The Creator has given us all the means necessary, both material and spiritual, to look after our own needs and even those of others, and prayer should simply serve to help us rise in ourselves to discover those means. One might say that God already did His part for us long ago. It is not for Him to give us what we lack, but for us to search for it. What is the point of asking Him for health or the affection of others if we continue to live in a way that makes us ill or disagreeable? And what good is it to pray for peace if, wherever we go, we continue to carry a veritable battlefield within us? Prayer is, undoubtedly, an expression of faith, but faith must be understood as the force that incites human beings to surpass themselves, to transcend themselves. There are two kinds of faith: one is inspired by effort and activity, and the other is inspired by laziness. This faith, which should rather be called naivety, is useless, and even harmful."
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Yes, He'll answer it, however that answer will likely be no.
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^^^^
THIS
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Suppose I wanted to go back in time. Considering that God created time, he is not subject to it, and could manipulate it in any way he saw fit. So if I were to ask him to let me wake up one morning and restart my life from maybe 1996 or so, is there any chance he would answer? Just curious to hear other opinions on this.
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Start over today! No need for a TT machine. Just do it.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Suppose I wanted to go back in time. Considering that God created time, he is not subject to it, and could manipulate it in any way he saw fit. So if I were to ask him to let me wake up one morning and restart my life from maybe 1996 or so, is there any chance he would answer? Just curious to hear other opinions on this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17376179


Yes, he will answer but you need to choose the right god. For example Shiva whose also the god of Kaal meaning time will answer and send you back, literally. He would also grant you several other supernatural abilities but Jehova wont. So pick your god first and then pray.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
^^^^^
hehe
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
God exists guys, a book tells me so.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
^^^^^
hehe
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Nothing funny there. Learn something about tantra and indian/buddhist magic and you'll see what I'm talking about.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
^^^
Either you feel it or you don't
Forget about the books
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
fucking stroke of genius calling this forum godlike productions, guaranteed trawl of fuckwits turning up to spout utter bullshit about something that doesn't exist.

probably fall for all the adverts too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17322716


Take one look at the world around you, and tell me me you came from a big bang (well maybe your parents had a great night). In the Bible God states, "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end". Look at just the miracles that makes up your body, and mind, and tell me it is by accident. I do not care how far you travel into the universe, once you reach a stopping point, just like coming to a door, open it, and there will be something on the other side. I do believe even those of you that do not believe in God will have the opportunity to see for yourselves just what will be in the next chapter of your lives. Even if you do not believe in life after death, what good does it do you to belittle people that do. Live life to it's fullest, and with happiness. What a sad life it would be to go around with doubt, and worry.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
^^^^^
hehe
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Nothing funny there. Learn something about tantra and indian/buddhist magic and you'll see what I'm talking about.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1711362


No amount of prayer is ever going to transport you back in time, no matter what book you read or to whom you pray. That's funny.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
^^^^^
hehe
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17364034


Nothing funny there. Learn something about tantra and indian/buddhist magic and you'll see what I'm talking about.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1711362


no such thing as magic!


and, although a silly movie, something that was said in Even Almighty, i dont think God will just grant you wisdom, but more like grant an oppertunity to establish wisdom.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Hmm, why not?
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
about the same chance as praying to the Tooth Fairy,
the Easter Bunny or any other fictitious being.



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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Suppose I wanted to go back in time. Considering that God created time, he is not subject to it, and could manipulate it in any way he saw fit. So if I were to ask him to let me wake up one morning and restart my life from maybe 1996 or so, is there any chance he would answer? Just curious to hear other opinions on this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17376179


No, of course NOT! Why? Because "G" is something else than time.
And you too, are something else than time.
Did you get it?!
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Alot of people are looking for a specific day for a rapture. Christ said he is the alpha and omega. That is the beginning and end. Even the demons know there is a appointed time. They may not know the hour and day, but they know it is nigh.

If you control the beginning and end, then you control the whole process. If we are in a sinful realm, then three dimensional fabrication before us is a mirage because by nature satan is the great deceiver. The mirage will end, and I think when it comes time everyday in this cursed time, will in fact be replaced by true light and life from our creator. In essence, the rapture will encompass everyday of this curse for the saved. When you are made anew, the temptation to try and correct something in this pitiful life and the regret that goes with it will erode and eternal love is embraced as promised in Corinthians 1:13.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Suppose I wanted to go back in time. Considering that God created time, he is not subject to it, and could manipulate it in any way he saw fit. So if I were to ask him to let me wake up one morning and restart my life from maybe 1996 or so, is there any chance he would answer? Just curious to hear other opinions on this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17376179


first of all, God answers every prayer
but...
it must be according to His will
and it must be within the parameters of our physical world on some levels.

miracles are possible.
but some are not. for example, you can't pray for the sky to turn green with purple polka dots.

however Jesus said "If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mulberry tree, 'Be uprooted and planted in the sea,' and it will obey you. (Luke 17:6)


here are the answers to prayer...

1 yes
2 no
3 wait
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
He could perfectly do it but He wouldn't allow it; doing so would favor His love for you at the expense of His Justice. Being perfect means balancing all of His attributes at the same time in harmony at all times.

Sending you back in time would empower you with knowledge you would probably abuse: lottery, divination and the like.

Do you seriously see God encouraging those things?
1 John 1–3._ 1Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God; because many false prophets have gone out into the world. 2By this you know the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is of God, 3and every spirit that does not confess that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is not of God.

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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
U are talking shit.
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Re: A question for Christians: Is there any chance God would answer this prayer?
Doubt it. It doesn't work like that. There's no such think as time outside of here anyway. Why go back when you're going to live forever?

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