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No Man Can Rightly Find Fault with God

January 24th, 2019

No Man Can Rightly Find Fault with God

Romans 9:19-21 (KJB) Thou wilt say then unto me, Why doth he yet find fault? For who hath resisted his will? 20 Nay but, O man, who art thou that repliest against God? Shall the thing formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made me thus? 21 Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour?

It is natural and quite common for a man to apply his own wisdom and understanding of the supernatural things of God.  However, God’s nature is above the innate nature of a man.  There is no way that any man can find fault or fissure with God for He is perfect and above and beyond any ability or potential of any man.

Certainly, you understand it is difficult for any man to even attempt to comprehend every spiritually complex thing for a man has a limited vision from his position of pilgrimage while alive on this earth.  God, on the other hand, is all knowing, the creator of all, He has an unlimited ability and all authority.  He can rightly identify and perceive all things and creates all things whether they be in heaven or on this earth.

Any person who chooses to find fault with God apparently does not understand God’s supernatural power and ultimate position.  A man cannot ever defy the spiritual order of God.  For it is He who remains in absolute authority, like the potter who molds and forms the clay, God is always the potter and mankind is always as clay.

Some clay is rightly molded after the image of God.  While other clay is dysfunctional and formed apart from the way and will of God.  Any man can choose to defy the commandments and decrees given of God through the exercise of his will, but in doing so cannot blame God for his choice to serve sin rather than choosing to be obedient to things of God.

There is never any fault to be found with God for the presence and power of sin in this world.  God gave every heart an opportunity to personally accept the gift of redemption from sin.  However, each person must open this gift of grace and mercy and allow it to be applied by God to their heart.  It is true, God uses every person in this world to advance His will, with some being vessels of honor and others containers of dishonor. 

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