Wouldn't God be upset if he sees the man using unjust means? Isn't that what the real test is? Achieving God's will by using means that would be liked by god. You should read ken folket's book world without end.
No. The Word of God is clear as to refrain from evil doings. This includes evil topics, sinful topics, sinful environments, and so forth. God's will is not evil and He has no desire to use evil in His will. Prayer with a sincere heart is your best route to ask Him to lead you in His ways.
Yes you can,because nothing is greater than God's accomplishment.There is no evil in God's creation.For example a soldier can kill in war but not in leave.Right work at right time is the key note,whether it is kill or kiss.
The knights Templor were soldiers for the church that killed many people .I'm pretty shure that is an example of evil to carry out "gods will " . The same church that tells you you can't use evil is who they took their orders from .
Nnnnoo? You cant legitimately do evil in Gods name or on His behalf. Many use Gods name to do evil but arent actually lead by God or His Will. The so called Westboro 'Baptist Church' in Kansas is a good example of a hate group that hides behind Gods name to do the devils work of spreading hatred around. Yet most true Christ followers know that, tho God may be saddened by some things His children do, He loves ALL His creation. He doesnt Hate. Hate is a human emotion directed by the devil There may be some question about the definition of what is evil tho. At least in some areas. Some things are considered evil by all cultures while other things may be evil to one and not to another.
In the Bible, God himself uses evil means to accomplish his will, so I would think he would allow evil means to be used by man to accomplish his will. Man cannot be held to a higher standard than God, can he? When God wanted Pharoh to release the Israelites, he released the plagues, one of which was the killing of the firstborns of Egypt - from Pharoh to prisoner, both man and animal, regardless of guilt. Pharoh was the one acting against God's will, the one holding the Israelites as slaves and refusing to release them. According to the Bible, the Israelites were well liked by the Egyptians and both citizens and servants alike held Moses in high regard. God should have (and very easily could have) killed Pharoh alone, but he leaves him physically unscathed, instead directing his wrath toward the innocent children of innocent people. He could have just as easily have killed only Pharoh's innocent son, the son of the guilty party, but he doesn't stop there. He kills the innocent firstborn sons of the innocent Egyptians as well. Thousands of innocent lives lost just to enforce his will against one evil man. Yet people say it was justified because it freed the Israelites. Wouldn't killing Pharoh have done this? If not, then wouldn't killing each following Pharoh, and thus guilty party alone, do the job until the one who says they could go free? Then only the guilty would have died. Why take innocent lives with such casual disregard? And then later we are told to condemn King Herod for the slaughter of the innocents, when he killed all the male children under 2 in an effort to kill the baby Jesus. Why is King Herod held to a higher standard and judged more harshly than God for doing essentially the same thing?