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The God of Christianity is a God who is sovereign over everything that happens. This does not mean that evil and suffering are part of God's perfect plan, but they are a part of his redeeming plan. Death, sin, and suffering are all evil. They were brought into the world when man fell in Eden. But God's redeeming plan uses sin to right the wrong. This is why God brought the greatest evil in the history of the world upon his Son. We don't come to Christ because of guarantees of health, wealth, or protection from physical danger. We come to him because he is Lord. We don't become Christians because of fringe benefits, we become Christians because Christianity is true. We come to Christ and bow our knee knowing he loves us enough to die for us. We come to him knowing that his plan, whatever that may be, is full of love, purpose, and wisdom. We come to him because of the guarantees of the life to come, not the guarantees of this life.

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Excellent and quite perceptive for a star.
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Wonderful answer!?
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So it's ok if kids get abused, neglected or otherwise mistreated because this is all part of the plan? Not necessarily the protection plan but the redemption plan? I can say for myself, my sis and my dead brother, we felt neither protected or personally redeemed. Betrayed might be more apt. Perhaps some of our abusers found God at some point. If any were ever imprisoned for their crimes, but I doubt it. People do some utterly soul crushing things to kids. Way worse than what happened to my siblings everyday, I'm sure. There was nothing redemptive in it. It is evil and we should not allow it. Quit waiting for God to intervene.
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No it is not okay. Life is filled with suffering because we live in a world that has been corrupted by sin. Each of us will experience some measure of agony during our lifetime. Its form and duration will vary, but it will come. Suffering is God's megaphone to a deaf world. Suffering can produce benefits greater than the suffering itself. It can strengthen people, lead people to faith, help us to appreciate the good, and be a tool to influence others. Indeed, suffering can mold us. "Suffering produces perseverance.. character... hope..." (Romans 5:3-5). The actual trials of faith are worthwhile and precious as is faith itself! Our faith is strengthened as we rely on Christ to see us through troubling times.
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Over 1.5 million Jewish children were murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust. What a character building experience...
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Evil is evil, Man means it for evil, but God can use it for good. Not that something is good. We might not always see the good that results. It could make people turn to God, if they allow it or they can stay in bitterness and hate.
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I must admit that suffering did make me strong. I certainly learned that i should have faith in me. And evil is evil in anybody's name. What you are peddling is sick and irrational. God makes people suffer to redeem them and make them strong and will use children to do it? Who wants to worship that?
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God doesn't make people suffer. He uses suffering. He has already provided redemption. When people suffer or see suffering, that can lead them to look for answers outside of this world. Look how many people sought God after 9/11.
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I gave this a lot of thought last night. This is what churches and others must have preached as they watched the smoke and flame rise from crematoriums in prison camps and heard cattle cars loaded with Jews and other "undesirables" roll by in the night. It was all Gods plan or had some reason or redemptive quality. Really it was just man's in humanity to man. An excuse for people not to act. Every day we turn our back on another helpless person's suffering, we have no one to blame but ourselves. It is a human choice to have good or bad character. Clearly God does not protect children. Ask a cop. They will be the first to tell you. If you want to get away with murder, kill a kid.
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It is important to remember that, despite the terrifying dangers of helping Jews during the war, there were many, many Christians who risked their lives and many who suffered death for trying to help.There are many groups of people who do nothing, you can't just blame Christians. Sometime they are protected and sometimes not. You can't judge God by what He does or doesn't do according to your own standard.
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I'm hardly just blaming Christians for anything. I was using the Holocaust as one example of God not protecting children in particular. I answered the question about if I thought God protects children. Using examples of my own life experience and historical example, which I do have every right to judge, I said no.
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My best friends husband is a state trooper, one of the strongest Christians I know, and a father of four children. Two of those are girls adopted at 9 and 11 from Ethiopia. I'm sorry that you've never met the right Christians or the right officers of the law.
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@ lala0922- wonderful answer!!! I agree whole heartedly!! God bless :)
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I know some individuals who are fine Christians as well. I also know some good people of other religions as well as agnostics and atheists too. That's not the real point. The question was if God protects kids. I said no and I explained why and cited very specific examples of instances when NOBODY protected powerless, helpless kids. Now some are defending Christians, God, and even it seems police. I wasn't picking on individual groups as being the "bad guys". I was accusing every competent, capable adult of being the bad guy if they aren't doing their part to protect the defenseless.
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My family is on the road To doing just that....I have two little foster boys asleep upstairs and we wait daily for word from Uganda to see if the daughter of our heart is available to be with her forever family.
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I believe that children would be considered " the least of these" and God protects them and has also given believers a command to cherish and protect them.

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I understand that is can be construed from writings and from the statements of believers that God protects children, but what proof is there to support that claim?
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I bet you know my answer already ..... The writings themselves and the faith I have in them. :-)
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And you have faith in the writings because the writings say you should have faith. Yes, I know.
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CalTex......if you know, than why ask. This is not really so much a question as a statement. Hope you're having a great weekend. :)
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LaLa......it's really good to see you. I've been off Ask due to back surgery. It's so nice to come back and see you're still here. Great answer, as always. :)
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Hope you are doing well... I also had been away. Good thing we're back. And a big thank you.
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LaLa.....thankyou. I see we are still the bullseye on target practice....... If you know what I mean. Chuckle :)
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*Putting an arrow on my bow and pulling it back and pointing it at LALA... Not to mention it has an explosive tip and has great pin-point accuracy.

Lala: You do realise that every minute at least 15 children die around the world, 21,000 die everyday. If you asked me, I'd say that this is proof that God does NOT protect children.


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It is proof that this world is sick and getting sicker. You guys just want someone to blame. Try blaming the rapists, the pedaphiles, the dictators, the abusers, and no one ever wants to think that a two year baby girl dying of hunger and resting in the sweet arms of Jesus just my be saving her from the life of forced prostitution or continual rape at the hands of some extremists governmental soldiers.
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Oh, oh......arrow missed! Not so accurate after all! Lol
@LaLa......excellent statement. :)
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*Sigh -__- These deaths are not all from rapists, or pedophiles, or the dictators. They are more from poverty, hunger, easily preventable diseases and illnesses, and other related causes. What makes this world sick is not just the bad people, but the people who don't do anything about it. Here is a quote from Albert Einstein: "The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." (This means God too!) So either way, it is still obviously that God doesn't do anything to protect children, AND that he is EVIL too!

And you might want to look a little closer cause there is a small hole in the bullseye where it went through. ;D :p
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I'm completely protected by God too.
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WARNING: I am an Atheist, but I know a little about Christianity.
From what I know, God protects anyone that follows it, so I imagine it would protect children too if they were in a religious household. :-/

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I truly believe God protects every child.... The world we live in is so filled with sickos and everyone has the choice to hurt children or to protect and love them.
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That doesn't leave the child protected.
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Lala, as a childhood abuse survivor, i can tell you that experience alone can make anyone believe there is no God. Then when you grow up and find out that there are thousands of people who suffered the same and even worse it can be overwhelming. Surviving as an adult is awful. Trying to thrive after childhood trauma is a horror.
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I am glad that you are a survivor! And I was lucky in my child hood so have no understanding of your pain, other than how a mother might feel..... And can not explain other than, God gives the grace and mercy to thrive through the worst if we let him. I will tell you that my worst is no where near what yours must have been, but I have to trust that you are doing or have done something that will shine a light so that others might know that you can survive.
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Who's God?

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That isn't funny.
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Not intended to be funny, "angel of darkness"
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He is someone who loves you and wants to know you and spend time with you. He is a friend of yours.
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I do have to say that I like this incarnation's avatar MUCH better than the previous (which creeped me out). ;0)
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I liked the old ,
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Science would be my answer,
Not a magic man in the clouds.
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Ps ynp - got that same pic that creeped you out on my iPhone case:-)
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Lol! Well if YOU aren't creeped out by it.......
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Of corse he does they are HIS children....

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Of course. If you believe he will protect you, we are his children! :)

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Yes he does.

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Yes, that's the most important people to protect. They're pure of heart and innocent. :)

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Its a complex subject. It has to do with spiritual rules. Since God is fair, it depends on the people what He does. That s why He says ''have faith''. The more works of the devil we do, the more right the devil has over us. That s the basic and there are other things that have to dowith it but I wont talk abot that now becauise its to complex. If you ask I will tell you.

Anyway, God protects His people. That includes children. Tho, for a child to be that close t Gpod isnt a very common thing. One way God protects us, (I say us because it applies to everyone) is through His commandments. Keeps us away from trouble. There are more ways, but that s another complex subject. Anyway, I think that s enough to answer your question. Gby.

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What a load of drivel. An innocent child does nothing to deserve being molested, trafficked, abused or the like. God or Satan is NOT trying to teach an infant or toddler a "lesson". You can't even imagine how twisted what some of this sounds like to survivors of childhood abuse.
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neighborlady: I didnt say God or the devil were trying to teach the kid a lesson. And I didnt say that the kid did anything to deserve that. But that s territory of the devil. And it wouldnt be fair that if the people choose the devil as their governor, God takes charge. And since God is fair, if the people choose the devil, then God lets the devil rule over them. And then the devil has the right to do with them what He wants, except take their lives. Because God decides when they d_e and if God wants to give them more time so they can have more chance of choosing God as their Savior and Lord, then the devil cannot do anything about it. But God does not contend with the people forever, says so in the Bible. So, there gets a time when people receive one last chance. If they dont take it, they belong completekly to the devil and then the devil can take their lives if he wants.
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Yes, He protects them very much.

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And your proof is...
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My faith.

My question is why did you comment to only me?
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No. Have you seen child soldiers in the world? Victims of human trafficking? Famine victims? Abuse and murder victims? Children are the least protected people in the world. We don't protect them and neither does God.

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Amen, neighborlady.
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Neighborlady......I left a comment for you under Angel Eyes answer if you get a moment. Thankyou. :)
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If god or gods exist, I would ask any believer to prove that any god or gods protect children. What is the evidence?

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It's faith. Us believers don't need proof.
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But the question was not "Do you 'believe' God protects children?" In that case "Faith" would be an appropriate answer. The question ask definitively if God protects children and it deserves a definitive answer. A definitive answer would provide an answer which is backed up by evidence. If someone asked "Did God have his own son tortured and killed?" one could give a faith-based answer of "Yes" if Christian or "No" if Muslim. But a definitive answer to the definitive question would require proof that God had a son and had him killed. Neither Christians nor Muslims are able to give such evidence, just as they are not able to give such evidence to this question. In the case of faith-based answers it comes down to a matter of expressing ones opinion -- not fact.
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And that is why religious faith is bogus. Be willing to lay down your life for anything so ridiculous as a man dying and coming back to life after 3 days then ascending to another dimension. Things that are supported by nothing and even contradicted by actual evidence. I'm still waiting for someone to give a good reason why that is a good thing.
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Cal, it may be limited to temporal protection, in which case the evidence is not persuasive. But the book of Revelation shows the souls of the children surrounding the throne of God, indicating his ability to ultimately preserve the souls of martyred children. By extension, therefore, it would appear He keeps accounts of acts done for and against others, as the story of the Good Samaritan indicates. So, while I understand your objection, it is only a partial understanding of the meaning of protection.
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Matt 18:10 for general children being before the throne of God. This implies their ultimate fate is one of mercy and grace.
Read Rev 12 and it is apparent that God protects the Child from the predation of the Dragon; though this has application to the messiah, I suspect the principle is applied generally: Satan opposes, but God protects. I know people only value the temporal life; the eternal life is much longer and has more effect, so should not be discounted. This "momentary light and passing affliction" as one puts it, does not compare with the eternal weight of glory.
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@Shiny: Thanks for the scriptural references. That is, at least, better than just saying it is so. But I am not entirely convinced that the authors of the scriptures you have referenced were saying explicitly that children avoid detriment in some after life, when scriptures are extremely clear that acceptance of Jesus is the only remedy to Original Sin. Certainly it doesn't makes since that God would ot punish children for the sins of others, but then the whole idea of original sin and blood sacrifice makes no sense either.

But you have touched on what I find so dangerous about theistic belief, and that is the notion that what happens to people in this life is so insignificant compared to the eternity to follow. If you are wrong (and there is scant evidence that you aren't) then theists are allowing suffering for no reason. The pervasive idea among Christians that the end is near thwarts secular plans for finding long term solutions to political and environmental problems. This why I respond to these questions on Ask.com. Keeping ones beliefs personal is one thing, but that belief ultimately finds its way into issues which negatively impact those who do not share those beliefs.
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Oh boy!

Religious people like to think he does but I'd just as soon put my faith in Bugs Bunny. We protect our own children and try to keep them safe.

If you're religious, and if this question is for yourself, you would do well to consider this Arabian proverb: Trust in Allah, but tether your camel.

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Hey....Hey......Hey.......DON'T make me paddle your behind now. :)
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Does everyone else think kids just live like it's one big Pampers commercial all over the world? Am i the only one who noticed not everything is just "swell" for the kiddies? Help!
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Hi Both, I replied to both these comments at some length but those comments have disappeared. I don't think I said anything to make the Mods remove them so I'll think of it as one of the Ask mysteries. Sorry.
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Some of my comments vaporized as well. I spoke if my own experiences and didn't attack others. I did challenge their lack of logic though. I guess reality can be a bit too challenging for some though.
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Hi you two. There has been ALOT of innocent comments vaporizing today. I've noticed it all day throughout Ask. Even entire answers have been deleted as well.
@neighborlady......my comment to you under AngelEyes answer is still there, as is your comment. I hope you will read it since I'm giving you a big cyber hug as well. I would look pretty funny hugging myself. Jan :)
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Well in Christianity, we just say:
trust in the Lord with all your heart, mind, strength and soul, and He will direct your path( we dont have to tether anything)!
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Then you must misplace an awful lot of camels, Lilypad. And, in the context of this question you must allow a hell of a lot of kids to fall into danger. Read the question again then think about the answer.
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Yes God loves each and everyone of us.

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Except me it appears. He let me be abused from infancy to 11. Then the outsiders got me. I must not have been good enough to protect, right? Or my little sis, or my brother. We were just the minister's kids. We sure weren't feeling too protected or loved.
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Neighborlady.....I would like to be able to say something to you. But in reading all of the answers and comments, there is really nothing more that I can add from my Christian viewpoint that hasn't already been said. I would probably wind up putting my foot in my mouth anyway.
But, please know....as I read through your comments, my heart is heavy for you. I say this as one human being to another. I am so sorry for the years of abuse you and your siblings suffered through as children, and again later. I can't imagine the mental and physical anguish that you probably went through.
I really just wanted to reach out from my iPhone and put my arms around you. I hope things are better now.
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Thank you for the words of comfort. Now I ask that you take action and find one child who needs care and protection. You have many to choose from. Make a difference in that one child's life. That is how I make life have meaning.

http://www.humantrafficking.org/
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Thankyou so much for the link. I will.
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Neighbor lady, my family has been a foster family for just about a year now. Very hard, and very important. We are a short term home and only have children for 1-3 months. I just hope and pray that it makes a little bit of a difference while they are with us.
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So sorry NL. Mira Sorvino got me interested in this topic.
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Sure... That's why they're killed and abused.

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God dosen't kill and abuse,Man dose through sin,and the choices that he makes,you can't blame on God,for giving us free will,how about blaming satan,and man giving into satan.
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So who protects the kids? Is God turning a blind eye to the innocent?
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@Deb: So a child born with a fatal birth defect is being punished for whose choices? Adam and Eve's? Hope you have a good explanation for that baby -- and for the parents -- because I didn't when I was a believer.
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@Deb001 According to your statement, he still doesn't protect children. Also, that's like saying the police letting people get away with murder is acceptable because incarcerating them would be preventing free will.
@neighborlady GDPT never said that God hurt them, simply that he refuses to protect them.
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Obviously not when there are tons of children kidnapped, touched inappropriately, physically and emotionally abused, forced into sex trafficking, and murdered. That's some real nice protection there.

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Sorry cal, my profile says you commented but it was removed. Thank you mods. Now I can't read it. >:/
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Calu's answers/comment are being deleted. His last answer that stayed up was over 4 hours ago. He commented on one of mine with "hello" but it is not there when I checked it.
Maybe when this particular mod is off duty some of them will reappear. :-/
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I really wonder which mod(s) is/are doing this. There's only a few of them so it couldn't be that hard to get an idea of who. I saw an answer from another mod a while ago and she gave the user names of all the mods. I should have written it down. Damn!
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You can email CS and ask them. There use to be a list in the Ask site somewhere. Maybe I can look for it when I get to the laptop. Too hard on the phone.
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Awesome! Now I'll write it down this time before it gets deleted. Thanks.
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We look at it differently,because we are selfish and want them here with us here on earth,when in reality they are in heaven,with God a much better place,where there is no more evil,and pain,only love.Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.”

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Then why put them through all the abuse and pain first to get them to that better place? Is it because they deserve suffering? And why is it selfish to not want people to suffer? Were it not for your beliefs is that what your attitude toward children suffering would be -- that it impacts you? I agree. That is pretty selfish. Luckily I don't know anyone like that.
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I had to live through childhood abuse and neglect. So did my little sis and brother. None of us deserved that. No one, not God, no one protected us. My parents were the biggest Bible thumpers in church. Dad was an ordained minister. God showed us no favors and no mercy. If he had he would have let us die. Many, many times the three of us wished we were dead or tried to do the deed. The damage done to us as innocent children followed us throughout our lives and eventually took my brother's. My sister and I fought to survive and overcome. We don't spend time thanking our parents or God for that, we thank each other and our therapists.
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What is even sadder is that there are so many who have much worse stories to tell than I do.
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I am sorry to hear that,I also grew up with an alcoholic father,that beat us,I remember many nights sleeping underneath my bed,or us running from him and all 6 of us sleeping in the car,on the side of the road many nights,then having to go to school in the morning,but you can't hang on to that,and carry that around with you,you need to forgive ,so that you can move forward in life,forgiving benefits you,I made peace with my dad a few yrs,before he passed,away.Your blaming God for your dad's sins,I alway's just blamed my dad himself for his sins not God.
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Again, Deb, it is one thing to SAY God protects children, but it is quite another -- given your story and that of Neighborlady's -- to provide evidence that he actually does. In fact, I see no evidence that God protects -- or even cares -- about anyone. What I do see is that fortune and misfortune seem to rain down indiscriminately on all people. If God was real we would see some kind of pattern arising from the chaos of good and evil swirling around us.

Innocent children succumb to horrible and tortured deaths everyday, yet we are to believe that a "loving" god cares about them. I say we best fight against the secular causes of that suffering and pain rather than blame some mythical creature for it which is of absolutely no benefit.
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I took all of that abuse and learned from it,and it made me a better person,would my dad have done those things if he was not drinking, No. I can't change the past but I can change the future,and God was with me,those nights I slept under my bed in fright,the lashes I got from my mother when I was bad,this stayed with me for years,untill I forgave them.
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I hope so because the job can't be trusted to God's representatives on earth if the newspapers are anything to go by.

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Apparently God isn't doing a real bang up job either.
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Children under the age of consent are protected in that theyll go to heaven if something happens. Other than that they are subject to the sins and vagaries of life as adults as we see everyday on the news. I work with disabled children. Most states have Child protective and foster systems over loaded with abused and neglected and abandoned children. We have to teach our children about 'stranger danger' as soon as their old enough to understand because the occurence of child predators is on the rise. At least once a week you see a report about an Amber Alert in one city or another. Sadly children are not exempt from the sin nature of this world, as we all saw recently with the Sandy Hook School shooting and too often they are themselves contributors as we see in the shooting perpetrated several years back in my area by an ten year old and twelve year old that ended up with several children and adults dead.

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@Auxarcs: Please cite the scripture that says children "under the age of consent are protected in that theyll go to heaven". All I have read is that one can enter into heaven only through acceptance of Jesus as ones personal savior.
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Star and a commendation for working with the poor and hurting!
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New International Version (2011)
"See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I tell you that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father in heaven."
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Matt 18:10
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Perhaps i should have said 'before age of understanding' or 'age of accountability'
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@CalTex - what shinypate said as well as Matt 18:10, Mark 10:13-16,
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I think children are protected by God. There may be some problems that your child/children are afraid to do or someting serious. And wonder why it didnt happen. Think about who helped to protect them God or people. It can be both.

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I think He does. OR HE WILL bring them to Himself( all children go to heaven) read the account of King David when his own son died where he said: " i cannot bring him back to me, but i can go to him"!
And ALL things work for good to those who live the Lord!

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Lilly, I have been shaking my head at some answers I've read to this question today. Are so many religious folk so unaware of the plight of children in this world? Don't they personally know people who have survived horrific childhoods? Or known children who did not? I see child soldiers, child trafficking victims, abuse victims and famine victims and I know God doesn't protect them. What's worse, we don't protect them either.
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Never forget: The Pope rides around in a heavily armored, bullet-proof vehicle. If God can't even be trusted to protect the lead Spokesperson for Him, how can He be expected to protect children.

He's completely incompetent. Most likely because He isn't there.

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Now Novel, you know that's only 2/3's of christianity. it's the rest that are protected.
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God doesn't protect anyone from life. He will be there for us if we ask for help during troubled times.

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Yes! Of course.

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I wouldn't think so if there's children dying like almost everyday

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of course god will protect your children. He is the light and will lead you through darkness into the right path. All you have to do is to talk to him not literally like talk I mean pray

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Of Course! Yes they are his children!

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