What if 2958
Pulpitfire In truth, only GOD knows why HE did not realize the possibility of a global earthquake on 3/29/2006. That was the only reason given to Jonah according to what is written in the Holy...
What if 2957
Pulpitfire No, I have not. To do so would be to proclaim that one's purpose is to speak/write for GOD (aka to become an...
Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
Yes you have. You have said God is guiding you in everything you say and do. That means you are claiming to speak what God is guiding you to speak, when you predicted the possibility of the earthquake. And further, you quote the verse that says to make straight the paths of the Lord, as if you were also speaking on God's behalf. Then, you offered the excuse that God changed His mind about the earthquake, and referred to the book of Jonah, as if it supported your prediction. So you have claimed to be speaking from God when you made your prediction.
And you acted like I needed to go learn what Jonah says, because God changed His mind about destroying Nineveh. You claimed the same about the destruction of the earth in the global earthquake, that it was prevented because God changed His mind. That means you are claiming it was God's intention to destroy the earth, but then he repented. But in Jonah, the only reason God did not carry through with the destruction of the city, was because every person in the city of Nineveh repented in sackloth and ashes. There was no global repentence in sackloth and ashes on March 29th, therefore, had God intended to destroy it, as He did Nineveh, there would have been no repentence of the earth to change His mind.