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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 month ago

If God is good then why doesn't he save people from the Coronavirus ?

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  • .
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
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    He has a narrow focus of what concerns Him.  

    Problems that are manmade or which evolve from carelessness or inhumanity aren't within his jurisdiction.  

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    God gave us the power to affect our circumstances. It's not his problem to save people from Covid-19, it's ours.

  • You have no idea how religion works. "God" does save people from Covid-19.

    Source(s): smh @ your lvl 7
  • E J
    Lv 4
    1 month ago

    I think it’s easy for us to take for granted What God does for us on a daily basis. Air always there for us to breathe. Life is a gift. God did not have to create humans in the first place, it was his choice. He also created angels to live in the heavens where he resides.  As for why God does not step in to rid us of all Unnatural disasters and viruses, he will, but it will be when he does and it will be global. The Bible says we are living in the last days and Bible prophecy tells us that pestilence and other things will happen, before God steps in to rid the earth of all violence, terrorism, viruses and all things that are ruining this lovely planet that he created for our enjoyment. Along with that will be the destruction of evil and or wicked people. God will restore the earth to a paradise. And we all have a chance to be there!  We don’t know God’s timetable but I’m certain he has one!

    Source(s): Bible
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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    He may just have sent it upon a rebellious people.

    One of his most effective attitude adjusters is pestilence. The word appears 48 times in KJV scripture.

  • 1 month ago

    You will likely get nothing but excuses for this one.

  • 1 month ago

    Jesus said that in time of the end there will be pestilences in one place after another.  Luke 21:11. This and many other unprecedented conditions point to the need for all of to examine our lives, recognize that we will answer to our Creator for how we use our lives, and to make changes.

     God sent his Son to provide a way back to him by faith, repentance, reconciling ourselves to him, and by seeking his will through His word, the Bible. He came, not to judge the world, but in order that the world can be saved through him. John 3:17

    One way to get the answers to questions like this is to study with a person of faith.  Acts 8:26-35  In www.jw.org, there are several ways to get answers to questions like this,such as, why is there suffering? and, does God care about me?  There are online and individual Bible study arrangements, free of charge, for anyone who sincerely wants to seek the true God through his word the Bible.

    So He is saving people, but each of us must be willing to accept his means of salvation.

  • 1 month ago

    The explanation I would give is that the world doesn't belong to God which is why we have death, sickness, and suffering. In the Bible, we have the explanation that the devil offered up to Jesus (as temptation) to give him the whole world if Jesus bowed to him in Lk 4. There is also the promise in Revelation (Rv 21: 4) that it all ends at the end when God returns, so in a way, I do think that is something we need to consider before blaming death on God. The one who actually is associated with death is the devil. 

  • 1 month ago

    Coronavirus is one of the profound evildoings of Communism, not God. 

    Source(s): God
  • Paul
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    We live in a natural world, and are subject to the laws of nature - epidemics, floods, fires, droughts, hurricanes, tornados, tsunamis, etc. Why would we expect God to jump in and protect us every time such a natural event occurs?

  • 1 month ago

    If we never had any problems, we would never get anything done.  Besides, the SARS-CoV-2 isn't even as deadly as a bad flu virus.

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