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    GodisnottheAuthorofConfusion! By Dr. Norlain Dindang Mababaya GODISNOTTHEAUTHOROFTHE BOOK THAT UNDERWENT REVISION* Christian authorities until now are coming
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      God is not the Author of Confusion!

      By Dr. Norlain Dindang Mababaya

      GOD IS NOT THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOK THAT UNDERWENT REVISION

      Christian authorities until now are coming up with revisions after revisions and translations after translations of the Bible. But while they are trying to make it appear to the public that it is "the word of God", the different revisions of the Bible by men however, simply belie such an assertion. In fact, these revisions serve as concrete proofs that all the Biblical books are not at all divinely inspired. This is because it is beyond man's ability to correct the work of his Creator, who alone is Almighty and perfect. Even the Bible also perceives God to be perfect (Matthew 5:48); and that His words are pure (Proverbs 30:5); living and powerful (Hebrews 4:12). As such, no man nor any group of men should ever revise God's Book.

      To come up with millions, if not billions of copies of any of the versions and revisions of the Bible does not only entail a waste of money and other resources but more so, a waste of time and effort on the part of its patrons. The Bible, touted to be a Holy Book by Christians but surprisingly, is not I for God did not say so, will just create confusions and deceptions to peoples. This work, just like any of our publications does not intend to insult the Christians of any sect and denominations but to guide and enlighten them to the Truth.

      Anyone who reads the Bible will never find a single verse in it that claims that God is its Author. Neither did He inspired it's different authors. Instead, one will read the following Biblical verse that clearly implies that God is not the author of the Bible:

      "For God is not the author of confusion but of peace...."

      (1 Corinthians 14:33)

      The Bible, written by men, creates confusions instead of guidance. It encourages diversity instead of unity and sects instead of universal brotherhood. Above all, it teaches mysteries in life instead of truthful teachings. The worst effect of the Bible is for man to deny the existence of his Creator. It is because of the absurdities and confusion of dogmas it inculcates in the minds of many people. Without knowing the Qur'an as the Book of God readers of the Bible who know its real nature become atheists. There are American scholars who became atheists because of their disbelief in the Bible. Some of them even wrote about the defective nature of the Bible, for instance, G.W. Foote and W.P. Ball jointly wrote "The Bible Handbook". The American Atheist Press (John Bowden, ed. 1982, p. 37) made the observations of the said handbook: "Everything I share: absurdities, indecencies, contradiction, unfilled prophecies, broken promises of god, obscenities, sadomasochism, and impossibilities."

      Robert G. Ingersoll came up with a booklet concerning the Bible entitled "A Few Resorts for Doubting the Inspiration of the Bible". He enumerated more than 60 different reasons who mans should not believe in the Bible as "an inspired". In "The Bible Contradicts Itself" (1982) edited by John Bowden readers would find it very tiresome to verify in the Bible many contradictions enumerated therein. The more than 200 discrepancies exposed by the author are sufficient proofs to negate the extravagant and wholly untrue claim that "the Bible is the Word of God". For other presentation of the contradictions and errors of the Bible, readers may find Ahmad Deedat's "Is the Bible God's Word?" (1980) and Maula na M. Rahmatullah Kairvanvi's book, "Izhar-ul-Haq part 2: Contradictions and Errors in the Biblical Text" (1989) very scholarly.

      Also, it must be pointed out that the Christian readers of the Bible cannot deny the truth that the Bible exist in different versions. Different versions also call for several revisions to correct the inconsistencies and errors in the Bible. We except its authors to commit inconsistencies because of the individuals references. They commit errors because, as human beings, they are subject to mistake. Very clear. Christian Publisher who kept on producing many revisions of the Bible are only deceiving peoples of the World. Examples of the revisions are follows:

      William Tyndale, 1525; Corvedale, 1535; the Great Bible, 1539; the Geneva, 1560; Rheims, 1582; King James version 1611; the 1769 Revision of the King James Version; Revision of the King James Version, 1870; English Revised Version 1881-1885; American Standard Version 1901; Revision of the American standard version, 1937; Revised Standard Version of New Testament, 1946; Revision Standard Version of the Bible, 1952; Second Edition of the Translation of the New Testament, 1971; The New King James Version, 1979.

      Why should any sensible man be the object of glaring deception when different men have revised the Bible for many times? How come the Bible has undergone many revisions?

      Why until now, the Christian World keep on revising the Bible? For instance, just very recently, the National Council of Churches in the U.S. sponsored a major verse-by-verse over haul of the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of 1952. They aimed to come up with the New Revised Standard Version. Rev. Bruce Metzer, the New Revised chief translator mentions:

      "No fewer than 26 modern English translation have appeared during the lnadmark Revised Standard Version of 1952. This month a major verse-by-verse over haul of the work.... The New revised Standard Version is being shipped to America Bookstores. In the around the world, for both private reading and public worship.... But as more and more new translation and revisions jostle for market position, the familiar King James phrase are gradually obligated from the common memory bank of the English-speaking peoples, barring a miracle, it appears there will never again be a single standard English Bible - and that is a wrenching change for Christendom." (Richard N. Osting, "Farewell to Thee's and He's," Time, May 21, 1990, p 59).

      It must be pointed out that the Reviser of the Revised Standard Version of the New Testament named the King James as their Original source. Unfortunately, the Revisers of the King James Version based it upon the Greek text that was "marred by mistake, containing the accumulated errors of the fourteen centuries of manuscript copying." This bold criticism about the Bible comes from the Christian authorities themselves. The Christian scholars responsible for the Revised Standard Version mention this in the first Preface of the Revised Standard Version published in 1952 by the Melton Book Company, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., the Reviser made the following comments of the King James Version:

      "Yet the King James Version has grave defects. By the middle of the nineteenth century, the development of Biblical studies and the discovery of many manuscripts more ancient than those upon which the King James Version was based, made it manifest that these defects are so many serious as to call for revision of the English translation." (1952, p 3).

      Concerning the translation of the Bible, the English speaking peoples until now could not agree with a real standard translation of the Bible. Different groups of Bible scholars have been coming up with the translations of the Bible. The Christian World could not agree which, of the various English translation of the Bible they should follow "for private and public worship." They get confused as to which, of the following "four popular translations of the Bible" really serves as the standardised translation of the Bible: The King James Version, the Amplified New Testament, the Living New Testament, or the Revised Standard Version.

      When will the Christian World stop revising and translating the Bible? Will they ever come up with a final standard version of the Bible? These questions pose confusions to the readers of the Bible who truly seek the Truth and Divine Guidance. Unless they will read and believe the Qur'an as the Book in Truth from Allah, the One and Only God, they will never get away from the confusions that the numerous discrepancies instil in the minds of the readers.

      GOD IS NOT THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOK THAT BELITTLES HIM

      If God is the author of the Bible or that God did inspire its different author, how come the Bible speaks of God, contrary to His very own divine nature? Take for the example the verses allow himself to create confusions about himself? Could one belittle his self? Similarly, is it inconsistencies in the Bible concerning God?

      1. Are there other "gods" beside God?

      Exodus 20-1-6; Isaiah 43:10;44:6 Versus Deuteronomy 6;14; 1 Chronicles 16:25; Psalm 82:1,6; Jeremiah 10:11; Zephaniah 2:11; John 10:34.

      "I am the Lord your God. Who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the House of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me. You shall not take for your self any carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in the heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God., but showing mercy to thousand to those who love Me and keep my commandments."

      (Exodus 20:1-6)

      "You are My witness, says the LORD, and My servant whom I have chosen, that you may know and believe Me, and understand that I am He. Before Me there was no God formed, nor shall there be after Me."

      (Isaiah 44:6)

      The following are some Biblical verses that claim that there are gods beside God:

      "You shall not go after other gods, of the gods of the people which are round about you."

      (Deuteronomy 6:14)

      "And the temple which I build will be great, for our God is greater than all gods."

      (2 Chronicles 2:5)

      "For the LORD is great and greatly to be praised; He is also to be feared above all gods."

      (Chronicles 16:25)

      "God stands in the congregation of the mighty; He judges among the gods."

      (Psalm 82:1)

      "I said, You are gods, and all of you are children of the Most High."

      (Psalm 82:1)

      "Thus you shall say to them: 'The gods that have not made the heavens and the earth shall perish from the earth and from under these heavens'."

      (Jeremiah 10:11)

      "The LORD will be awesome to them , for He will reduce to nothing to nothing all the gods of the earth; people shall worship Him, each from his place, indeed all the shores of the nations."

      (Zephaniah 2:11)

      "Jesus answered them, 'Is it not written in your law,' I said, 'You are gods'."

      (John 10:34)

      2. Is there a man greater than or equal to God?

      Is it not that God is infinite - He has no beginning and no end? Because, if God is merely the first, then somebody must have created Him and that somebody must be the One and only true God. How come Melchizedek according to Paul had such qualities?

      Isaiah 48:12 Versus Hebrews 7:1-3:

      "Listen to, me O Jacob and Israel, My called: I am He, I am the First, I am also the last."

      (Isaiah 48:12 )

      The Bible characterises Melchizedek as greater than God for it says that "he has no beginning of days nor end of life"; Whereas, God is merely the "First".

      "For this Melchizedek, king of Salem....meaning, "king of peace". Without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither of days nor end of life, but made like the Son of God, remains a priest continually."

      (Hebrews 7:1-3)

      3. Does God dwell in darkness or in light or in heaven?

      1 Timothy 6:15-16; Isaiah 66:1 Versus 1 Kings 8:12; Psalm 18:11:

      "Which He will manifest in His own time, He who is the blessed and only Potentate, the King of kings and Lord of lords, who alone has immortality in unapproachable light, whom no man has seen or can see, to whom be honour and everlasting power. Amen."

      (1 Timothy 6:15-16)

      "Thus says the LORD: 'Heaven is My throne, and earth is My footstool. Where is the house that you will build Me?"

      (Isaiah 66:1)

      The Bible shows that God dwells in darkness:

      "Then Solomon spoke: "The LORD said HE would dwell in the dark cloud."

      (1 Kings 8:12)

      "He made darkness His secret place; His canopy around Him was dark waters and thick clouds of the skies."

      (Psalm 18:11)

      4. Do people see God or not?

      Jeremiah 10:10; John 1:18 5:37; John 5:37; 1 John 4:12; 1 Timothy 1:17; 1 Timothy 6:16-17; Hebrews 11:27 Versus Genesis 26:2; Genesis 35:9; Exodus 24:9-10; Job 42:5; Amos 9:1 Genesis 26:2:

      "But the Lord is the true God; He is the living God and the everlasting King. At His wrath the earth will tremble, and the nations will not be able to abide His indignation."

      (Jeremiah 10:10)

      "No one has seen God at any time. The only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He has declared Him."

      (John 1;18)

      "And the Father Himself, who sent Me has testified of Me. You have neither heard His voice at anytime, nor seen His form."

      (John 5:37)

      "Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, to God who alone is wise, be honour and glory forever and ever. Amen."

      (1 Timothy 1:17)

      "....He who is the blessed and only potentate, the King of Kings and Lord of lords, who alone has immortality, dwelling in unapproachable light, whom be honour and everlasting forever. Amen."

      (1 Timothy 6:15-16)

      "By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath of the King; for he endured as seeing Him who is invisible."

      (Hebrews 11:27)

      "No has seen God at anytime. If we love one another, God abides in us, and His love has been perfect in us."

      (1 John 4:12)

      The Bible narrates that there were men who saw God:

      "Then the LORD appeared to him and said; 'Do not got down to Egypt; dwell in the land of which I shall tell you."

      (Genesis 26:2)

      "Then God appeared to Jacob again, when he came from Padan Aram, and blessed him".

      (Genesis 35:9)

      "Then Moses went up, also Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel, and they saw the God of Israel. And there was under His feet as it were a paved work of sapphire stone, and it was like the very heavens in its clarity."

      (Exodus 24:9-10)

      "I have heard of You by the ear, but now my eye sees You."

      (Job 42:5)

      "I saw the Lord standing by the altar, and He said: 'Strike the doors post, that the threshold may shake'...."

      (Amos 9:1)

      5. Can anyone see God's face and live or perish?

      Exodus 33:20 Versus Genesis 32:30; Exodus 323:11; Numbers 12:6-8:

      "But He said, 'You cannot see my Face; for no man shall see Me, and live."

      (Exodus 33:20)

      There were Prophets who had seen God's face and lived as narrated below:

      "And Jacob called the name of the place Peniel: 'For I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved."

      (Genesis 3:30)

      "So the LORD spoke to Moses face to face, as man speaks to his friend. And he would return to the camp, but his servant Joshua the son of Nun, a young man, did not depart from the tabernacle."

      (Exodus 33:11)

      "Then He said, Hear now My words: 'If there is a prophet among you, I, the LORD, make Myself known to him in a vision and I speak to him in a dream. Not so with My servant Moses; He is faithful in all My house. I speak with him face to face, even plainly, and not in a dark sayings; and sees the form of the LORD. Why then were you not afraid to speak against My servant Moses?"

      (Numbers 12:6-8)

      6. Does God make lies or not?

      Titus 1:1; Hebrews 6:18 Versus Kings 22:22-23; Judges 9:23:

      "In hope of eternal life which God, who cannot lie, promised before time began."

      (Titus 1:1)

      "Two immutable things in which it is impossible for God to lie, we might have strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold of the hope set before us."

      (Hebrews 6:18)

      The following Biblical verses narrate that God created lies:

      "The LORD said to him, 'In what way?" So he said, 'I will go out and be a lying spirit in the mouth of all his prophets, 'And He said. 'You shall pursue him, and also prevail. Go out and do so. Now therefore, look! The LORD has put a lying spirit in the mouth if ask these prophets of yours, and the LORD has declared disaster against you."

      (1 Kings 22:22-23)

      "God sent a spirit of ill will between Abimelech and the men of Shechem; and the men of Shechem dealt treacherously with Abimelech."

      (Judge 9:23)

      7. Are all the commandments or words of God pure or not all pure?

      Psalm 19:8; Proverbs 30;5 Versus Hosea 1:2; Hosea 3:1:

      "The Statutes of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart; the commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes."

      (Psalm 19:8)

      "Every word of God is pure; he is a shield to those who put their trust in Him."

      (Proverbs 30:5)

      God's words are not all pure as narrated in the following Biblical verses:

      "When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: 'Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD."

      (Hosea 1:2)

      "Then the LORD said to me, 'Go again, love a woman who is loved by a lover and is committing adultery, just like the love of the LORD for the children of Israel, who look to other gods and love the raisin cakes of the pagan."

      (Hosea 3:1)

      8. Is God omnipresent or not?

      Job 34:21-22; Hebrews 4:13 Versus Genesis 3:8, 11:5, 18:23:

      "For His eyes are on the ways of man, and He sees all his steps. There is no darkness not shadow of death where the workers of iniquity may hide themselves."

      (Job 34:21-22)

      "And therein no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are naked and open to the eyes of Him to whom we must give account."

      (Hebrews 4:13)

      God is not omnipresent as narrated in the Bible, to wit:

      "And they heard the sound of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the LORD God among trees of the garden."

      (Genesis 3:8)

      "But the Lord came down and see the city and the tower which the sons of men had built."

      (Genesis 11:5)

      "I will go down now see whether they have done altogether according to the outcry against it that has come to Me; and if not, I will know."

      (Genesis 18:23)

      9. Is God all-powerful or not at all?

      Jeremiah 32:17 Versus Judges 1:19; Malachi 3:8-9:

      "Ah, Lord GOD! Behold, You have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. There is nothing too hard for You."

      (Jeremiah 32:17)

      The Bible portrays as one who is not all-power at all times as evidenced below:

      "So the LORD was with Judah. And they drove out the inhabitants of the mountains, but they could not drive out the inhabitants of the lowland, because they had chariots of iron."

      (Judges 1:19)

      "Will a man rob God? Yet you robbed Me! But you say, 'In what way have we robbed You? In tithes and offerings. You are cursed with a curse, for you have robbed Me, even this whole nation."

      (Malachi 3:8-9)

      10. Does God have the power to help always or not?

      2 Chronicles 25:8 Versus Judges 1:19:

      "But if you god, be gone! Be strong in battle! Even so, God shall make you fall before the enemy; for God has power to help and to overthrow."

      (2 Chronicles 25:8)

      The Bible shows that God has no power to help always, to wit:

      "So the LORD was with Judah. And they drove out the inhabitants of the mountains, but they could not drive out the inhabitants of the lowland, because they had chariots of iron."

      (Judges 1:19)

      11. Does God repent or never repent?

      Numbers 23:19 Versus Genesis 6:6-7:

      "God is not a man, that He should lie, nor a son of man, that He should repent."

      (Numbers 23:19)

      The Bible narrates that God did repent, to quote:

      "And the LORD was sorry that He had made man on the earth, and He was grieved in His heart. So that LORD said, 'I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth, both man and beast, creeping thing and birds of the air, for I am sorry that I have made them."

      (Genesis 6:6-7)

      12. Is God changeable or not?

      Malachi 3:6 Versus Exodus 33:1,3,14,17; Samuel 2:30-31; Jonah 3:10:

      "For I am the Lord, I dot change; therefore you are not consumed, O sons of Jacob."

      (Malachi 3:6)

      "Then the LORD said to Moses, 'Depart and go up from here, you and the people whom you have brought out of the land of Egypt, to the land of which I swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, saying, 'To your descendants I will give it'… 'Go up to a land following with milk and honey; for I will not go up in your midst, lest I consume you on the way, for your are a stiff-necked people'. And He said, 'My Presence will go with you, and will give you rest.' Then the LORD said to Moses, 'I will also do this thing that you have spoken; for you have found grace in My sight, and I know you by name."

      (Exodus 33:1,3,14,17)

      "Therefore the LORD God of Israel says: 'I said indeed that your house of your father would walk before Me forever'; but now, the LORD says: 'Far it from Me; for those who honour Me I will honour, and those who despise Me shall be lightly esteemed. Behold, the days are coming that I will cut off your arm and the arm of your father's house, so that there will not be an old man in your house."

      (Samuel 2:30-31)

      "Then God saw their works, that they turned from their evil way; and God relented from the disaster that He had said He would bring upon them, and He did not do it."

      (Jonah 3:10)

      13. Does God know what is in the hearts of men or does He still have to know it?

      Acts 2:19 Versus Deuteronomy 8:2:

      "And they prayed and said, 'You, O Lord, who know the hearts of all, show which of these two You have chosen."

      (Acts 2:19)

      The Bible says God has still to know what is in the hearts of men:

      "And you shall remember that the LORD your God led you all the way these forty years in the wildness, to humble you and test you, to know what was in your heat, whether you would keep His commandments or not."

      (Deuteronomy 8:2)

      14. Is God a prince of peace or man of war?

      Isaiah 9:6 Versus Exodus 15:3:

      "And His name will be called Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace."

      (Isaiah 9:6)

      The Bible clearly asserts that is a "man of war":

      "The LORD is a man of war; the LORD is His name."

      (Exodus 15:3)

      15. Is God peaceful or far from peaceful?

      Romans 15:33; 1 Corinthians 14:33 Versus Psalm 144:1 Exodus 15:3:

      "For God is not the author of confusions but of peace, as in all churches of the saint."

      (1 Corinthians 14:33)

      The Bible stresses that God is far from peaceful:

      "Blessed be the LORD my Rock, who is strains my hands for war, and my fingers for battle -"

      (Psalm 144:1)

      "The LORD is a man of war; the LORD is His name."

      (Exodus 15:3)

      16. Could God be man?

      Job 9:32; Hosea 11:10; Numbers 23:19 Versus Exodus 15:3:

      "For He is not a man, as I am, that I may answer Him, and that we should go to court together."

      (Job 9:32)

      "I will not execute the fierceness of My anger; I will not again destroy Ephaim. For I am God, and not man, the Holy lie, nor a son of man, that He should repent."

      (Numbers 23:19)

      The Bible says that God is man:

      "The LORD is a man of war; the LORD is His name."

      (Exodus 15:3)

      17. Does Holiness pertain to God alone or not?

      Revelation 15:4 Versus Exodus 19:6; Leviticus 11:44; Psalm 86:2; Isaiah 6:13:

      "Who shall not fear You, O Lord and glorify Your name? For You alone are holy. For all nations shall come and worship before You, for your judgements have been manifested."

      (Revelation 15:4)

      Holiness does not pertain to God alone as quoted in the following in the following Biblical verse:

      "And you shall be to Me a kingdom of priest and a holy nation.' These are the words which you shall speak to the children of Israel."

      (Exodus 19:6)

      "For I am the LORD your God. You shall therefore sanctify yourselves, and you shall be holy; for I am holy. Neither shall you defile yourselves with any creeping thing that creeps on the earth."

      (Leviticus 11:44)

      "Preserve my life, for I am holy; You are my God; save Your servant who trusts in You!"

      (Psalm 86:2)

      "So the holy seed shall be its stump."

      (Isaiah 6:13)

      18. Is the work of God perfect or very far from perfect?

      Deuteronomy 32:4 Versus Job 15:14-16:

      "He is the Rock, His work is perfect; for all His ways are justice, A God of truth and without injustice; righteous and upright is He."

      (Deuteronomy 32:4)

      The Bible shows that God's work is very far from perfect:

      "What is man, that he could be pure? And he who is born of a woman, that he could be righteous? If God puts no trust in His saints, and the heavens are not pure in His sight, how much less man, who is abominable and filthy, who drinks iniquity like water!"

      (Job 15:14-16)

      19. Does God forgives sins or not?

      2 Chronicles 7:14; Daniel 9:9; Mark 2:7 Versus Isaiah 1:15:

      "If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and prayer and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land."

      (2 Chronicles 7:14)

      "To the Lord our God belong mercy and forgiveness, though we have revelled against Him."

      (Daniel 9:9)

      "Who can forgive sins but God alone?"

      (Mark 2:7)

      God is not forgiving according to this Biblical narration:

      "When you spread out your hands, I will hide My eyes from you; even though you make many prayers, I will not hear. Your hands are full of blood."

      (Isaiah 1:15)

      20. Could anyone tempt God or not?

      James 1:13 Versus Exodus 17:2; Deuteronomy 6:16:

      "Let no one say when he is tempted, 'I am tempted by God'; for God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does He himself tempt anyone."

      (James 1:13)

      The following Biblical verses state that God could be tempted:

      "And Moses said to them, 'Why you contend with me? Why you tempt the LORD?" "You shall not tempt the LORD your God as you tempted Him in Massah."

      (Deuteronomy 6:16)

      21. Is God just or unfair?

      Ezekiel 18:29; Acts 3:14; Revelation 14:4 Versus Matthew 13:12:

      "Yet the house of Israel says, 'The way of the Lord is not fair.' O house of Israel, is it not My ways which fair, and your ways which are not fair?"

      (Ezekiel 18:29)

      "But you denied the Holy one and the Just, and asked for a murderer to be granted to you."

      (Acts 3:14)

      Great and marvellous are Your works, Lord God Almighty! Just and true are Your ways, O King of the saints!"

      (Revelation 14:4)

      The Bible narrates that God is not a just, to wit:

      "For whoever has, to him more will be given, and he will have abundance; but whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him."

      (Matthew 13:12)

      22. Is God merciful that He is near to all who call upon Him or Hides Himself in times of troubles?

      Deuteronomy 4:7; Psalm 145:18 Versus Psalm 10:1; Psalm 22:1:

      "For what great nation is there that has God so near to it, as the LORD our GOD is to us, for whatever reason we may call upon Him?"

      (Deuteronomy 4:7)

      "The LORD is near to call who calls upon Him, to all who call upon Him in truth."

      (Psalm 145:18)

      The following Biblical narration's show that God is not merciful to all who call upon Him:

      "My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me? Why are You so far from helping Me, and from the words of My groaning?"

      (Psalm 22:1, also see Mark 15:34)

      "Why do You stand afar off O LORD? Why do You hide yourself in times of trouble?"

      (Psalm 10:1)

      23. Does God fulfil the need of those who fear and love Him (including Jesus Christ) or fulfil the sinner's head?

      Psalm 7:10-11; Psalm 145:19-20; Proverbs 10:3; 1 John 3:22; Versus Matthew 27:46; Romans 5:8:

      "My defence is of God, who saves the upright in heart. God is a just judge, and God is angry with the wicked every day."

      (Psalm 7:10-11)

      "He will fulfil the desire of those who fear Him; He also will hear their cry and save them. The LORD preserves all who love Him but the wicked He will destroy."

      (Psalm 145:19-20)

      "The LORD will not allow the righteous soul to famish, But He will cast away the desire of the wicked."

      (Proverbs 10:3)

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