Evil And Imperfections For The Existence Of God

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God created everything we see, hear, feel, smell and taste. All we see are His creations. He created all things based on His image and likeness. He made everything beautiful but not all things perfect. With all colors, forms and beauty, God also created imperfections. He has created evil that makes people sin. He created all things good same as with all things bad.
Temptations, fear and flaws are also present in this world but, evil is not created for us to suffer and feel burdened. It was created for us to see and differentiate goodness from evilness. It is for us to appreciate and aim for goodness. Without evil and imperfections, we would not understand the essence of doing things right. We would not know perfection without encountering
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Atheists are those who do not believe in God’s existence, power and love. Sinners and Offenders are those who failed to act accordingly and violated the rules given to us by God. He created them for us to test how strong our faith is. If there are believers, then there will always be non-believers. Their presence serves as our guide in believing and holding for the fact that He really exists. By the time atheist strongly believe that there is no such thing as God, it is the time that His believers defend and believe that He does exist. They exist for us to simply see and believe that there is a God because for every argument there will always be pros and cons that would gain different points which may soon formulate a conclusion. The battle between the beliefs of theist and atheists will someday make a conclusion and from it, we will understand why God created different parties, both pro and anti Him. In addition, sinners and offenders are made by God for us to understand what might have happen if we live life against His will. We cannot deny the fact that we are all sinners. We sin once and we violate. We, sinners, are created to be tempted and experience pain for us to give value to the life given to us. We are created to sin then repent and to be back in His arms again and by that time, we fully aim to live life accordingly and avoid sin that could bring us back to the pain we experience when we had the life of being a

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