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Quoting Samuel heckaman
So My Sisters Boyfriend David a marine in California is getting his 5 ton license a license to drive big stuff like armored humvees and stuff like that. In the training for that license you need to drive for about 70 hours in the dark so while hes in the back of one of about three humvees the driver in the humvee in front of his dosed of and drove of the road onto a pedestrian road crashes into another car with a family in it a dad, mom and a baby. the mom and dad died instantly (might i remind you that this is a armored humvee with 8 inches of steel on the outside) so the driver criving davids follows the other humvee and watches it crash so david jumps out and goes to the car and cuts the baby out with his knife. And thank God that the baby did not get hurt at all. the driver and the drill Sargent got dishonorably discarged for falling asleep. But why is God so Good because that morning david got ready and headed out the door without his knife and walked a couple miles then stopped and turned to get his knife that he cut the baby out with that night. Hope you liked this little story. ~ Sam p.s. Pray that david will get here for Christmas safely. ~ Sam

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The child lost its parents.
And will never see them again.
Do you consider that good? Is God good for killing them?
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| December 5, 2009, 10:56 am
Quoting Anders Hognerud
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The child lost its parents.
And will never see them again.
Do you consider that good? Is God good for killing them?

Calm down, kid. You know he didnt mean it that way...
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| December 5, 2009, 11:10 am
Quoting Detective Miller
You know he didnt mean it that way...

Of course. He meant to say that God is good for letting the child live.

But the topic's title said "God is good", implying that the whole tragedy was a good act of God.
I merely asked him if that's what he really meant.

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| December 5, 2009, 2:48 pm
Quoting Anders Hognerud
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The child lost its parents.
And will never see them again.
Do you consider that good? Is God good for killing them?


The child lost its parents not because of God but because of man. Man sinned and brought death into the world, Man fell asleep while driving a HMVEE. Not God.

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| December 6, 2009, 5:29 am
Quoting 2ndLT Brooks

The child lost its parents not because of God but because of man. Man sinned and brought death into the world, Man fell asleep while driving a HMVEE. Not God.

So, who is responsible for killing a seemingly happy and innocent family?
Who did not rescue them from Satan?
And according to you, didn't think they deserved to live because some guy sinned?

Who created sleep? Who created man?
Who created everything?
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| December 6, 2009, 6:01 am
Well I think that whatever happens, is God's will. And His plans are always for the best. It says so in the Bible.
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| December 6, 2009, 6:07 am
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Quoting Anders Hognerud
Quoting 2ndLT Brooks

The child lost its parents not because of God but because of man. Man sinned and brought death into the world, Man fell asleep while driving a HMVEE. Not God.

So, who is responsible for killing a seemingly happy and innocent family?
Who did not rescue them from Satan?
And according to you, didn't think they deserved to live because some guy sinned?

Who created sleep? Who created man?
Who created everything?

Do you know anything about christianity?

Im guessing everthying good that happens is "luck" or you being clever...

Its not God that causes bad things to happen. If you blame everything on God, no one would ever take responsibility for their mistakes. Bad things do happen, but should you blame everything on God? no. God does not cause evil. People cause evil. A victim does not have to have sinned, to be affected by it. A murder victim hasn't been blacklisted by God have they?

Dont blame God for everthing. He works through people; when my dad became a christian, he was still unsure, but he prayed a serious prayer to God for a sign. At that exact moment, someone tapped him on the shoulder and said God had told him to speak to him. True story. Because of that my dad found my church, and my mum... Through that person that tapped him on the shoulder.

Don't blame God for everything bad.
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| December 6, 2009, 12:38 pm
Quoting ArkAngel 7777
Do you know anything about christianity?

Im guessing everthying good that happens is "luck" or you being clever...

Its not God that causes bad things to happen. If you blame everything on God, no one would ever take responsibility for their mistakes. Bad things do happen, but should you blame everything on God? no. God does not cause evil. People cause evil. A victim does not have to have sinned, to be affected by it. A murder victim hasn't been blacklisted by God have they?

Dont blame God for everthing. He works through people; when my dad became a christian, he was still unsure, but he prayed a serious prayer to God for a sign. At that exact moment, someone tapped him on the shoulder and said God had told him to speak to him. True story. Because of that my dad found my church, and my mum... Through that person that tapped him on the shoulder.

Don't blame God for everything bad.


This is my point in a lot more words.

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| December 6, 2009, 10:48 pm
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