Originally posted by SeekerofTruth101
reply to post by xxdaniel21
I do agree with you, if you wish to talk about 'WILL'. It will be Divine Will that is meant. No mortal can change His Will but all mankind can do is
to pray for His Divine mercy, our common Creator who love us all.
In any case, we should not be complacent as it seems we may be heading towards an asteroid field in our orbit through the Universe. Hight time we
improve our early warning systems, espacially when astrophysicts admitted openly that they do not have the ability to track small rocks such as those
in Siberia which fortunately and mercifully took no lives. There's a lesson to be learned everyday. We need to grow up.
Wait, so you don't believe in human will, but you believe in divine will? What i don't understand is how one can be more correct than the other when
it comes to belief. That is all it is - belief.
I said "one does not simply (will) something to happen" meaning there is no "will" at all - rather, a set course.
I assume (and please correct me) this is your idea:
1: scientist hopefully detects asteroid
2: we all get together and pray
3: asteroid misses, and we praise
Then, in this case, why are you worried about future comets? The one in siberia was testament to a set course we are on. If you must, like another
poster said - pray for the aftermath. have faith in what happens afterwards.