Monday, April 4, 2011

Arthur said...


I've been wondering about this for a while now. Are you familiar with Joan of Arc? She received vision from God to lead her people to victory but in the end, she was staked and burned alive. If God can't be everywhere at the same time, then why did God show Joan the vision that caused her pain and suffering? Why don't God save her from suffering?

Compare to Daniel's story from the Bible, God had saved Daniel and his companions from any means of danger countless number of times. Joan's faith is as good as Daniel and his companions. If you are going to say Jesus suffered similar fate to Joan but unlike Jesus, Joan wasn't resurrected. What worst is that Joan was tagged as a witch on her last breath.

Can you please explain why God saved Daniel and his companion but not Joan of Arc?

Thank you so much for reading my question.

Answer from God through Carley:

"Your questions make many assumptions.  You assume that death causes suffering.  Many believe that death is not the worst thing that can happen to a body.  Many believe that turning away from what you feel is right is worse than death of your body.  Your questions also assume that Joan hadn't already agreed to the outcome of her situation.  Just as I never left Joan nor Daniel, I will never leave any of my children.

Will you ask for help?  Will you accept the help when it comes?"

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