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There is a plan; but look at God's plan for Jesus; and he loved him best.
LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 18 Responses Oct 10, 2010

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This is true, hard to swallow at times, but true.

God reveals his plan for us slowly- bit by bit. However, you have to be in the place God wants you to be to get such a divine revelation. He can reveal it through his word, in pray, through others, and through circumstances.<br />
I was praying constantly for God to reveal his plans for my life. Then, one early morning, around 1-3am, I was awakened suddenly by a voice which sounded like the wind. The voice said repeatedly and quite loudly, "I want you to teach my word". Bit by bit God is revealing more about this to me.<br />
Hope this helps as you search for God's plans for your life. Remember though, God doesn't manifest himself or his plans to everyone in the same way. All I can say, you have to surrender, submit, pray, read his word and live a righteous life, and He wil make know his purpose to you.l

Hello LV! In the "Catholic" version of the life of the Prophet Esa, his death was not ordained. It was a matter of free choice, of His love for us. In the Catholic bible it is mentioned that he was in anguish in the Garden of Gethsemane (which I imagine to look like a garden in Shiraz), and was experiencing heavy doubts and fear. His emotional suffering was so great that G*d had to send an angel to comfort Him that night but His decision was a free one.<br />
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Hope this helps in some way...<br />
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@ Jo : he doesn't answer me; but if you can talk to him please enlighten me as well. thanks

talk to God and ask him seriously, LV

@BCJ: thanks I will

any time<br />
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on pm!!!!!

@ BCJ: Should I pry and ask about your faith?

It is funny but also true according to my faith.<br />
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love<br />

@ BCJ: LOL! that is funny

Well, miss LV. <br />
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It was him or me!

@ super mother 2010: it is really sad<br />
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@ BCJ: painful and sad<br />
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@ Cab craft: well he was created in a way that he would accept this sacrifice<br />
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@ eternal hope: it is painful and truly difficult to accept<br />
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@ Seriously sappy: I agree; we just have to accept it without understanding

That's the thing about God. There are things in life we are not meant to understand, simply to accept. I find it a very difficult concept myself. All I can say is, I try.

Ouch LV.. very deep and really painful to accept. <br />
If people think Jesus' life was pre-ordained then, how do we explain Steven or Peter's end?<br />
God's plan is inscrutable and sometimes very difficult to accept.

Read Jeremiah 29 verses 11-14, He has a plan and a future x X@

what happened to Jesus was pre-ordained , prophesied about and unavoidable.<br />
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AH, but Jesus chose this path, so you and I didn't have to go all the way down. And it was because They loved us best! What an awesome God! X@

It's sad what happen to Jesus. Isn't?