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A Work of Divine Providence

I believe that God is sovereign, but man still has a free will. It says in Ephesians:

In Him also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestined according to the purpose of Him who works all things according to the counsel of His will. (Ephesians 1:11, NKJV)

I think that it is interesting that in the twentieth century someone in Arizona discovered mathematical patterns in the Koran. Here are some videos that illustrate some of these mathematical miracles in the Koran.

Jesus Christ - the First and the Last

Incidentally, I am still a Christian. I believe that the Koran teaches my faith. It claims to do that. (Koran 2:285; 4:136,150-152; 3:3,4; 5:46-48,66; 6:91,92; 10:37,38; 21:24; 35:31; 41:43; 46:9,12; etc.) I do not believe that it teaches Arianism or any of the other heresies rejected by the Church. So, I am OK with it.

  1. July 20, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    Daddy yߋu didn?t sayy what the most effective factor about
    God is. You must play too.

    • July 21, 2017 at 6:30 pm

      I’m sorry, but I fail to understand your comment. As for God, think about this. The universe is extremely vast. We cannot know everything within the universe. We cannot chart everything within the universe. (Telescopes no matter how powerful are not good enough to answer all questions about the universe.) God is far bigger than the universe. We will never be able to fully comprehend all that there is to know about God. He merely leaves us clues about Himself in nature and in books containing His divine revelation to man, like the Bible for example. We know that He is loving, merciful, just, wise, all-knowing, omnipresent, etc. Because He is so great and fully and exhaustively understanding Him is far beyond our mental ability, we cannot analyze Him in detail. We cannot systematize Him. Much about God still remains a mystery. I “do not play too.” I stand in awe of His greatness and majesty.

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