I think you are miss interpreting that verse. God knowing us before we were in the womb means He knew the type of person we would be, He knew everything we would do in this life before we were born. There is no state of existence for us before we are created. Him knowing what we would do before the womb would actually make us “undeserving” of heaven.
I don’t agree. My son starts some impossible project and I see him struggling. So I talk to his sisters and say there is no way he will get finished. Would you run out there and help him move those last 10 thinger-ma-bobs into place? I noticed my sons failure. I talked to his sisters. I asked them, which means I did not take away their free will. If they acted and helped him who showed the love? Both the father and the daughters.
Now if they decide not to help does this mean the father didn’t show the son love?
Once again the proof is on you. Please show where I said that. My exact quote was…
I never once said I would achieve my own prosperity and survival on my own.
And if you are in a position to help your children and you jump in every single time they need help and do all of the work to finish what they are doing instantly (by willing it). You do far more damage to your children than help.
Just curious do you have children?
Because every time I mention something good you say no God didn’t intervene so and so did that. And every time we discuss something bad you say see God caused that because He could have snapped His fingers and willed it away.
Didn’t realize you were having an argument. I thought we were having a discussion.
An argument is a set of reasons given with the aim of persuading others that an action or idea is right or wrong. Your opinions with no logical reasoning aren’t going to persuade anyone.
I was having a discussion which is a process of talking about something, typically in order to exchange ideas.
I’m not big into arguing, at the end of the day you believing in God is between you and Him. All He expects of me is to plant the seeds.