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What Does Hebrew Literature Say About Gods Relationship with Man Hebrew literature says that God is all loving all-powerful and all knowing It also says that God will test His peoples faith like He did with Abraham and Isaac Abraham had complete and utter trust in God and Isaac had the same trust in Abraham The question that I ask is if God had let Abraham go ahead and slaughter Isaac would God have been betraying Abraham and would Abraham have been betraying Isaac I think that the answer to this question is no because God still would have kept his promise that Abrahams descendants would number among the stars just not through Isaac Also Isaac in his death would have been united with God God is all loving He sent His only Son to forgive our sins and this was done out of great love A great number of people do not realize that Gods love for humans is beyond caritas beyond anything even imaginable It is not until death that we can fully realize how much God loves us He has given us everything we have and though we try to return to Him what He has given nothing can ever repay Him for the gift He gave us out of His great love the gift of life His love is poetic and romantic He loves us unconditionally and eternally If we fall away we can always come back to Him and he will love us as he did before our fall Hebrew literature also tells us that God is all-powerful He has the power to do anything at any given time He can make it rain or snow or give us the sunshine of a beautiful summer day In an amount of years ago that we as humans cannot even fathom God created everything the skies the earth the water the stars all of the animals the human race and everything else
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