What if you believe in God, but God doesn’t believe in you? What can you do? Do you have a purpose or did God create you out of boredom?
In many churches they’re fond of saying that God loves everyone exactly the same, but the Bible says many times that God has people he loves a lot and people he doesn’t like at all. It even seems to indicate that he’s a god of “what have you done for me lately?” So where did we get this idea that he’ll love us no matter what? Is it just wishful thinking? Denial? Self-delusion? Or have I missed or forgotten something?
If God doesn’t like you is it possible to change his mind? How much money do you have to give before he decides to reconsider you? Or, if he is never-changing, is it simply hopeless?
According to the New Testament anyone who accepts Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior is forgiven of all their sins as soon as they ask it and their soul is saved, now permitted to spend eternity with God after they die. Is it conceivable that God would permit someone to spend eternity with him that he doesn’t even like? Are there going to be souls in Heaven that God hates and avoids - eternal social outcasts in Heaven, just like in high school?
When I was a little kid I remember sitting on the back porch with My Dad. He started talking about how there are some people that just can’t be loved. They are simply not loveable no matter what they do. Was he asking the same questions about God that I am now or did he mean me?