This is a post i found in a ‘Pinoyexchange’ website.
bold is mine
God the Father through His one and only Begotten Son Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit solely and singularly created this Universe for His own good pleasure and will.
As such, God owns and possesses this Universe that we live in. He is its sole owner and possessor.
Being such, God has all the rights of possession and ownership regarding us and this Universe that we live in. These rights of ownership and possession are, among others, the right to destroy and the right to dispose of. These rights are inherent in creation, ownership, and possession.
As such, God in His sovereign and absolute power can even wipe out our existence and this Universe, and we can not complain about that, He being the sole owner and possessor of us and this Universe, He being our sole Creator.
Being such, He has all the right to impose the scheme or constitution of this Universe, what ought to be done in it and what ought not to be done. Fortunately for all of us, He is good, just, merciful, compassionate, and gracious. But then that is just one side of His nature, for He is also a just God, righteous, holy, and perfect.
Being those as His nature, He saves what is good and just and righteous because of His mercy, goodness, and grace, but He will also not hesitate to punish those who rebel against Him, to destroy and abolish what is contrary to His nature of goodness, to kill and slay those who contemn and despise Him, and to avenge the right against wrong in His anger and wrath.
These are His nature, and He is truly absolute in this existence that we have.
As to Satan, the former Lucifer, as the Lord Jesus Christ Himself teaches us, Satan, the fallen archangel Lucifer, is the “father of lies”, and is a “murderer from the [very] beginning”.
When you take a look, something seems wrong. If that is true, then God is not necessarily moral and we could consider God to be above the law which he himself imposes upon his creations. But then the person I quoted said.
Fortunately for all of us, He is good, just, merciful, compassionate, and gracious. But then that is just one side of His nature, for He is also a just God, righteous, holy, and perfect.
Funny he had to say that. It’s like the writer apologizes for God’s behavior, and then he says that God does not do those things. I guess this was due to the title of the thread itself being “God, Jesus Christ, Mass Murderer” with the first post being.
God, Jesus Christ, committed the most heinous mass wholesale murder EVER in history. Only Noah and his flocks survived …
So which is it really. Is God above the law and we just have to follow him due to fear, or is he really forgiving.