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What if there is A law of destiny in our reality?

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posted on Feb, 11 2019 @ 04:49 PM
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A measurement that would allow folks to forsee the End? Comparable to a strategy (video)game where it's game over as soon certain things happen.

For example: a poor guy was never meant to become rich within a short period of time and vice versa, or a famous athlete gets seriously injured or a serious civil/real war breaks out. When these things occur to a high % of the worlds population simultaneously maybe thats it?
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posted on Feb, 11 2019 @ 07:09 PM
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a reply to: Eagleyedobserver

God will eventually become boored with pursuing gradually more and more mundane experiences. By Itself. through us (as Its acting definers/definition of Itself) what else can the human perform for It to experience? We have arrived at the pinacle of siliness; no more grandiose wars or noble herioc pursuits, no more great writers or exploratory accomplishmens. This is time of mediocraty, forget about wondering who in the villiage is going to be successful in acquiring a deer for dinner, we wonder about dryer lint catching fire and burning the house down.



posted on Feb, 12 2019 @ 05:35 AM
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a reply to: Eagleyedobserver

Destiny and free will are the same thing.




posted on Feb, 12 2019 @ 05:57 AM
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a reply to: purplemer

Once you jump off a cliff, it is your destiny to hit the ground. The jump is the free will part.



posted on Feb, 12 2019 @ 07:00 PM
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originally posted by: purplemer
a reply to: Eagleyedobserver
Destiny and free will are the same thing.

Yes, because you planned/scripted this lifetime it is of your own free will and destiny (a corriagraphed event).



posted on Feb, 13 2019 @ 02:48 AM
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originally posted by: Eagleyedobserver
When these things occur to a high % of the worlds population simultaneously maybe thats it?

Take it one step further where every soul agreed with God who merrily designed their "life story".

Then the soul got born, mind wiped and grows up experiencing multiple "coincidences" that makes them think, "What if I agreed with God concerning me having a life path that will eventually lead my spirit back to His Everlasting Love".

Ever wondered why the World is now full of cynics ? Cynics are so damn cynical, they can see right through the bull-# that the global elitists throw down their throats everyday.

Get ready for Stage 2 where many mortals have lived certain paths that have now trained them to step into a Spiritual battle arena. Those people might very well have walked certain paths to get them ready to fight alongside the immortals (angels, demons, watchers, others) that are about to become visible to the naked eye.

Take films like "Bright" where the public is being groomed to accept these "immortals".

Or, maybe we all descended from Heaven into Hell, got given a life path to experience what hell consists of 24/7. Then once experienced we die and if we learned that God is good then its back to Heaven. If not, then next time lucky via reincarnation.



posted on Feb, 20 2019 @ 10:29 PM
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The Bible’s Viewpoint

Is Your Life Predestined?


... “Maybe it was fate,” said a newspaper report of the incident.

MANY people feel that whatever happens to them, good or bad, has been decided by a force greater than themselves. For example, the 16th-century Reformer John Calvin wrote: “We define predestination as the eternal design of God, whereby he determined what he wanted to do with each man. For he did not create them all in the same condition, but foreordains some to everlasting life and others to eternal damnation.”

Does God really ordain ahead of time what our actions and our final destiny are going to be? What does the Bible teach?

The “Logic” of Predestination

Some who believe in predestination reason basically as follows: God is omniscient. He knows everything, even what is going to happen in the future. He knows what each person is going to do with his life, and he already knows the exact moment and manner of each person’s death. So, according to their thinking, when the time comes for an individual to make a decision, his choice cannot be other than the way God has foreseen and foreordained it; otherwise, God would not be all-knowing. Does this reasoning seem sound to you? Consider what its logical consequences would be.

If some force has already determined your future, then trying to take care of yourself is useless. Choosing to smoke or not to smoke would make no difference to your health or that of your children. Wearing a seat belt while riding in an automobile would have no effect on your safety. But this is faulty logic. Statistics show that people who take precautions suffer fewer fatal consequences. Carelessness can result in tragedy.

Consider another line of reasoning. If God chooses to foreknow everything, then even before he made Adam and Eve, he would have known that they would disobey him. But when God told Adam that he must not eat from “the tree of the knowledge of good and bad” or he would die, did God already know that Adam would eat from it? (Genesis 2:16, 17) When God told the first couple: “Be fruitful and become many and fill the earth and subdue it, and have in subjection the fish of the sea and the flying creatures of the heavens and every living creature that is moving upon the earth,” did he know that their wonderful prospect of life in a paradise was doomed to failure? Of course not.​—Genesis 1:28.

Taken to its logical conclusion, the idea that God foreknows all decisions would mean that he is responsible for all that happens​—including wars, injustices, and suffering. Is that possible? A clear answer is provided by what God says about himself.

“You Must Choose”

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Not to mention that to paint God as responsible for the things mentioned at the end there is the standard M.O. of the critics of God and the Bible. So that's why the teaching of predestination (or destiny) is so popular in this system of things ruled over by the chief slanderer of God and His word (the Bible). Devil = The descriptive name of Satan in the Christian Greek Scriptures, which means “Slanderer.”

Oh, source was: Is Your Life Predestined? Awake!—2007
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