Why doesn't God have a personal and direct relationship with all mankind, just as he had one with Adam & Eve?


Clarify Share Report Asked May 04 2015 Mini Gary Creel

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1428288492 Cameron Maclaury
He does!

God wants to have a personal relationship with everyone! A very well-said summary of Paul's letters to the churches in the book of Galatians said, 'Since we are justified by faith alone and not by keeping the law, Christianity is a living relationship with Christ, not a religion or ritual'. 

God does want to have a very personal and spiritual relationship with you, just as he did Adam and Eve, even though we are all sinners at all times. That is Christ's love for us!

For more information on this, you can read the book of Galatians, or use this link to a very well written answer to another eBible.com question, asking, 'what does it mean to have a personal relationship with God?'. I hope this helps! Blessings! 


May 04 2015 2 responses Vote Up Share Report

Wpid worship1 Britney Costa
He does! God loves each and one of us. Just like he liked Adam and Eve! He wants to be our amazing best friend we've ever had! The reason he mainly loves us is because we're like his children, you know how like if your mom or dad gets disappointed at you or yells at you? It's because they want your safety and because they love you! That's exactly the same way god loves us!

If you sin, it's ok, he is disappointed but he forgives you! That's how much he loves you!

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