Atheist: “God’s Immutability Nullifies Prayer” Does it?

Atheist suggests God’s immutability nullifies the power of Christian prayer. Does it? Let’s discuss that…

Atheist, Mark D, stated: “Christians who pray assume that God’s mind can be changed, yet they believe that God is unchangeable. What does that tell you?”

Response to the Atheist…

God is immutable; that is, His Plan and purposes for Time and Eternity will NOT change and will certainly come to fruition. With that said, God has infused “free will” in both His angelic and human creation; therefore, He permits each of us to make our own decisions-choices concerning our future in Time and Eternity. Free will is essential in order that relationship with God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit and our fellowman, can manifest in authenticity with love. Without free will, love and relationship become robotic and therefore, impotent.

God the Father works through, around, over and under, our personal decisions in order to accomplish His perfect will yet our God is intimately concerned about the lives of His children who have trusted in the Son, Jesus Christ, as Lord; therefore, God hears and desires the prayers of His children and every prayer is answered with either, YES, NO, WAIT; unfortunately, the prayers of the Atheist are not entertained by our Lord unless said prayer is seeking salvation through faith in Jesus Christ; tragically, the atheist is truly on their own in this life as they serve Satan by default, unaware.

Rickey D. Holtsclaw

Jesus - prayers of the wicked
James 5:16 The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much. Proverbs 1:28 Then they will call on me, but I will not answer; They will seek me diligently, but they will not find me. 29 Because they hated knowledge And did not choose the fear of the LORD,

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