Why doesn't God spare the souls of suicide victims?
September 20, 2008 1:31am CST
Let's say there's a guy in his early 20s, was a very good person, very funny, never did anything really wrong, but he was depressed about his mom dying so he "attempted suicide" and changed his mind at the last minute but yet he still died. Why doesn't God just spare his soul, I know he likes to collect souls and all for his "heaven" and not give them back to the loved ones, but it wasn't this guy's time to die, he attempted to do it "himself" and realized he was making a mistake immediately after. Shouldnt the person be given a second chance? Instead of coming out of limbo for this and going straight to heaven, shouldn't he just come straight back to here? I know the body's probably decomposed after a couple months or whatever, but c'mon we're talking about THE God here, the one responsible for AN ENTIRE FRIGGIN UNIVERSE! Someone who can CREATE something like that and CREATE LIFE can certainly BRING BACK the life of someone who's time wasn't up yet and realized they made a mistake. Am I right or wrong?
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• Sheboygan, Wisconsin
20 Sep 08
Why should or would God force anyone to do anything? Why should or would God spare his life if he injured himself beyond hope of survival? Why should or would God force us to succeed or fail at anything? This kind of question smacks of spoiled brats demanding God make everything right, or we'll just refuse to believe in Him... as if not believing in Him will make Him cease to exist or something. If you truly believe there is no god, that is your choice to make, however, if you don't like how god does things, then you actually do believe in god, you just disagree.
20 Sep 08
People are given a life and with that life they given options, it is up to them to make the right decisions, I believe everyone is in complete control of what they do within this life, I believe people are given promts of right and wrong from their inner voice but it is still their decision..