The question has always been on my mind about Predestination. We were created/born to go a certain route and lead to one destination that we were
meant to all our lives. This can be looked at as specific to every individual, and more open to the human race as one. When you view it as the
latter, take Creationism by God for this example.
God is said to be omniscient. This means He is "All Knowing." He is said to have known everything from the beginning of time to the end of time,
including how WE will end. Which means, God has had a predestined ending for us since the beginning that He has always known about. Nowhere in the
bible does it say He has changed the ending, He has always known ONE way we will go.
Now, you will easily find in the bible where God has given every human being in the human race Free Will. Obviously, this means we have the choice to
make any decision we want, God cannot control what decisions we make. We have the choice to live our life according to Gods 'Plan," or we can have
the choice to get dads gun out the closet and blow our brains out within the next 2 minutes or so. Either way, God did not make the choice, WE made
the choice. So, how can God have one predestined ending for us when we get to choose our ending?
Recently, I came across something that mentioned that We make choices everyday, and we have consequences based off of those certain choices. But what
if we had made a different choice, there would certainly be a different consequence. Somebody mentioned that every choice we make, will play out with
a certain consequence the way we see it, and the opposite choice will play out with a certain consequence in a parallel universe, or another
dimension. Now I know this sounds a bit off the wall, but if you personally believe that God has created all things, and that He DOES have a
predestined ending for us all, than how can we have free will?
Easy, as long as all the choices and decisions we make play out at the same time, then there will always be one known certain consequence for each
one. And certainly God will know the consequence of each one, and therefore will have a determined destiny for each one of us that is CERTAIN to play
out exactly as He has planned since the beginning.
So if God is all knowing, He has a predestiny for all of us..
If we have free will, we can choose not to follow that destiny..
So this would be a bit of a problem, unless God knows the consequence of all our choices.
So does God wait to see which choice we make, and then change our destiny? No.. Because God knew our destiny from the beginning.
So does this mean God knew which choice we were gonna make? No. Because that would contradict our God-given Free Will.
We must make one single choice, for their to be a known destiny based off of it, if we choose which choice we make, then our parallel selves will make
a different choice. Therefore, we will still have our free will, but God will still know our destiny before it happens.
Me, I, and Am, each have our own destiny.
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