Don’t Trust God?

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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9 Responses to Don’t Trust God?

  1. Mitch you are so creative! I’m loving your short but sweet memes and posts. Keep em coming!

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  2. I style myself as an agnostic but really, a non-religious “Theist” might be more accurate. My idea of God is that God knows what each of us needs for God’s eternal purposes — not our brief purposes while on Earth. If we submit and live in God’s will our lives will contain just the right mixture of happiness, joy, pain and challenge to prepare us for Eternal life. Yes, prayer works, because God’s agenda for you is not set in stone, God is open to suggestions, especially if you are advocating for someone else and not your own self-centered desires.

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  3. The like button doesn’t include a laugh emoji, so I put it here 😀

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  4. Ann Coleman says:

    I loved this, because it is so true! We do tend to tell God exactly how we think things ought to be done, and often believe our prayers aren’t heard when we don’t get the response we are looking for. And oddly, this is something I have found in both liberal and conservative Christians: the absolute certainty that our personal beliefs and prejudices are exactly the same as God’s. But I guess that’s understandable, because it takes effort not to think like that.
    I’m thinking this post would make an excellent Sunday morning bulletin cover…..it’s a good wake up call for all of us! And done in a very nice way too.

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  5. gpavants says:

    Hi Mitch,

    Love your Seussified idea. What did you use to make that? My students are learning how to use graphics to create Inspirational quotes. The poem is perfect.

    Thanks,

    Gary

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