All Knowing

It must be hard for God to know everything. Even when God set up Adam in the garden, He knew that he would sin and be cast out. God knew that if man were left to his own devises, he would destroy everything. When Adam became like God, having a free will, he couldn’t control himself. Thank God, He intervenes in the affairs of man. But still, God loves everyone. How does that hurt the heart of God? In Matthew 20, it’s the parable of the labourers in the vineyard. The first labourers were fussing because the last recieved the same wage. It says in vs.16: “so the last shall be first and the first last. For many are called, but few are chosen. “

Crain Blanchard.

http://www.joseph1637@juno.com

http://www.joseph1637.com

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