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How many of the 7 deadly sins does God do and

GreatestIam
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11/29/2013 2:00:34 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
How many of the 7 deadly sins does God do and is that ok with Christians?

http://en.wikipedia.org...

God seems to have broken many of the 10 commandments and Christians are quick to forgive him for then. They tend to say that God made those for mankind to keep and that since God owns us, he does not have to do as he tells us to do.

Do as I say and not as I do from their lawmaker seems to be ok for most Christians although to give some few credit, they say they would not tolerate that trait in anyone else. Rather a double standard but this is God after all and he needs some concessions.

I was wondering if that attitude and free pass was transferrable to the 7 deadly sins or if Christians could accurately judge God on them even if they would exonerate him for those as well. Just because he is God.

The sins are as follows. Wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony.

Wrath. God definitely has a wrath problem and his temper and killing ability is quite well known. When Christians get to hell they will note the many children and babies who have felt God"s killing wrath.

Greed. I would say that God is quite greedy as he will destroy any soul who does not kowtow to him. He is not greedy for money but I think it is fair to substitute money for souls here.

Sloth. I would say that God has a lot of slough. I do not see him doing much of anything at all and this indicates laziness with is a synonym for sloth.

Pride. Scriptures do show God having pride. The bible has God saying he is well pleased with Jesus and as a part of the Trinity we cannot put anyone before him then we can see that that is a lot of pride.

Lust. I am not sure about. I would say that when a man covets another man"s woman for reproductive reasons that coveting and lust are quite close and we do know that God coveted another man"s woman so I will give God only half marks on lust.

Envy. To me envy is quite close to coveting so for this sin I give God full marks. I think he envied man"s ability to reproduce and shamed us with his bestiality with a human female. This bestiality I admit is more spiritual than physical although how we can remove all the physical is a mental headache.

Gluttony. For this, God gets a pass.

So the total sins that Christians would see is 0 sin factor and God would pass all criteria with flying colors.

I see God at a horrible 5 " sin factor out of 7 and a clear fail.

There is no arguing with Christians on this and I know this because of this phenomenon. Please see the link.

I would just like to ask any kind Christian out there to please give an argument refuting my obviously wrong arguments showing that God is a sinner just so others will see how wrong I am. Please correct me as God lovingly would.

Proverbs 3:12 For whom the Lord loveth he correcteth; even as a father the son in whom he delighteth.

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DL
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11/29/2013 2:02:56 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 11/29/2013 2:00:34 PM, GreatestIam wrote:
How many of the 7 deadly sins does God do and is that ok with Christians?

http://en.wikipedia.org...

God seems to have broken many of the 10 commandments and Christians are quick to forgive him for then. They tend to say that God made those for mankind to keep and that since God owns us, he does not have to do as he tells us to do.

Do as I say and not as I do from their lawmaker seems to be ok for most Christians although to give some few credit, they say they would not tolerate that trait in anyone else. Rather a double standard but this is God after all and he needs some concessions.

I was wondering if that attitude and free pass was transferrable to the 7 deadly sins or if Christians could accurately judge God on them even if they would exonerate him for those as well. Just because he is God.

The sins are as follows. Wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony.

Wrath. God definitely has a wrath problem and his temper and killing ability is quite well known. When Christians get to hell they will note the many children and babies who have felt God"s killing wrath.

Greed. I would say that God is quite greedy as he will destroy any soul who does not kowtow to him. He is not greedy for money but I think it is fair to substitute money for souls here.

Sloth. I would say that God has a lot of slough. I do not see him doing much of anything at all and this indicates laziness with is a synonym for sloth.

Pride. Scriptures do show God having pride. The bible has God saying he is well pleased with Jesus and as a part of the Trinity we cannot put anyone before him then we can see that that is a lot of pride.

Lust. I am not sure about. I would say that when a man covets another man"s woman for reproductive reasons that coveting and lust are quite close and we do know that God coveted another man"s woman so I will give God only half marks on lust.

Envy. To me envy is quite close to coveting so for this sin I give God full marks. I think he envied man"s ability to reproduce and shamed us with his bestiality with a human female. This bestiality I admit is more spiritual than physical although how we can remove all the physical is a mental headache.

Gluttony. For this, God gets a pass.

So the total sins that Christians would see is 0 sin factor and God would pass all criteria with flying colors.

I see God at a horrible 5 " sin factor out of 7 and a clear fail.

There is no arguing with Christians on this and I know this because of this phenomenon. Please see the link.



I would just like to ask any kind Christian out there to please give an argument refuting my obviously wrong arguments showing that God is a sinner just so others will see how wrong I am. Please correct me as God lovingly would.

Proverbs 3:12 For whom the Lord loveth he correcteth; even as a father the son in whom he delighteth.

Regards
DL

God is the Creator of all the sins of man. What other ways could God deceive His people from knowing who they are within His mind?
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11/29/2013 2:47:20 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 11/29/2013 2:02:56 PM, bornofgod wrote:


God is the Creator of all the sins of man. What other ways could God deceive His people from knowing who they are within His mind?

Not quite the issue of the O P. I don't care here where the notions of what is sin came from. I question if God does them.

Do you think God sins or not?

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DL