Can God bring someone back into your life?

Updated on : December 7, 2021 by Isabel White



Can God bring someone back into your life?

When God unites 2 people. He got it right the first time. It does not play games or use people as evidence. If the relationship has problems. It is a communication problem. God created patients with love.

If there is no equal recognition of the Union and why. It is not God's fault when He gives us the ability to see ourselves as a blessing to others. It is not up to God to fix something that did not break.

The reconnection falls to the 2 in question. There has to be understanding without judgment. There is a solution for every problem that exists. God has all the answers.

Can God bring someone back into your life?

That would depend on two things:

One. If there is a god. Personally, I have doubts about it.

AND,

Two. If one or more of these gods can act and make changes in the physical world.

If gods exist, it seems they have made a pact to never do anything (at all) that can only be explained by the supernatural. If they are out there and are really doing things, they have become very, very good at hiding it or making it seem like the normal workings of chance or nature.

If "bring this person back into your life"

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Can God bring someone back into your life?

That would depend on two things:

One. If there is a god. Personally, I have doubts about it.

AND,

Two. If one or more of these gods can act and make changes in the physical world.

If gods exist, it seems they have made a pact to never do anything (at all) that can only be explained by the supernatural. If they are out there and are really doing things, they have become very, very good at hiding it or making it seem like the normal workings of chance or nature.

If "bringing this person back into your life" could happen naturally, then there is always the possibility that it will happen naturally or that one of the gods will make it seem like it happened naturally. Good luck figuring out which one.

No. No one, not even God, can bring a person (that is, someone) back into your life. What done is done. The past is water under the bridge. "I must move on now." -- Joan of Arc.

“Even if I had 100 mothers and 100 fathers, I couldn't stay at home. I must move on now. "- Joan of Arc, 16 or 17 years old

Joan of Arc went to war and never saw her parents again. She was captured and burned alive by fire at the age of 19, having saved France from English invasion / occupation.

PIC: 17-year-old Joan of Arc, fatally wounded to the chest by an English arrow that penetrated 6 inches deep. J

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No. No one, not even God, can bring a person (that is, someone) back into your life. What done is done. The past is water under the bridge. "I must move on now." -- Joan of Arc.

“Even if I had 100 mothers and 100 fathers, I couldn't stay at home. I must move on now. "- Joan of Arc, 16 or 17 years old

Joan of Arc went to war and never saw her parents again. She was captured and burned alive by fire at the age of 19, having saved France from English invasion / occupation.

PIC: 17-year-old Joan of Arc, fatally wounded to the chest by an English arrow that penetrated 6 inches deep. Joan recovered that same day and conquered Orleans, the decisive battle in the infamous Hundred Years War between England and France.

Yes. In fact, God will bring us all back to life just before our day of judgment. It's called resurrection. Jesus was the first, who opened the doors and made it possible for all of us to live again.

God wants us to be happy. He is aware of this evil world and what it does to us, so he is patient. If you wanted to ask, if God approves of your relationship with someone, then the answer is that you have to ask. And then you have to wait.

Furthermore, Jehovah God wants you to make a decision that is not blinded by passion and is not the result of peer pressure: 'You must get married, you are of legal age. You will be a lonely man / woman, if you don't hurry 'or the parents' scold ':' We want to see our grandchildren, when are you going to have a normal relationship / marriage and have children? '

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God wants us to be happy. He is aware of this evil world and what it does to us, so he is patient. If you wanted to ask, if God approves of your relationship with someone, then the answer is that you have to ask. And then you have to wait.

Furthermore, Jehovah God wants you to make a decision that is not blinded by passion and is not the result of peer pressure: 'You must get married, you are of legal age. You will be a lonely man / woman, if you don't hurry 'or the parents' scold ':' We want to see our grandchildren, when are you going to have a normal relationship / marriage and have children? '

God wants you to make your own decisions, weigh the pros and cons of marriage, verify what you can contribute to the marriage and what your future spouse can do, he wants you to be clear about your purpose, the reason for getting married, he wants you to discuss honestly in advance whether she wants to have children or not, because many marriages break down because of that.

Also, Jehovah God wants you to talk about your livelihood, work and money issues to see how you want to earn a living and what happens if things go wrong.

You have to really get to know this person and see if you are also a good friend to him / her or is it just passion. Because if it's the last, your marriage is doomed from the start. Only passionate relationships die with the flames of passion fading, but a serious relationship is not about the flames (of passion)

Marriage is a commitment. Are you ready for that? It is a long-range decision, it is not love! Can you see it with you all your life? Even when you are frail, old or sick? Can you trust him / her? Can you forgive him?

You see if you know each other well and you know what you can contribute to the marriage, then you will also know what you can expect the other to bring and for that maturity is needed.

All of this is implied, but then when you've done everything you ask of it. And listen. If negative things come up, like you realize that you can't deal with some of their traits and can't imagine that you'll be able to do it in the long run, it's one.

The ability to think is always involved in such decisions.

Or you have a fall and the way you handle it is scary. Should you put it aside? No!! That says something important about the other person.

Can you talk about things, is he interested in your person and personality and activities or rather in sex?

Is it encouraging you to reach your potential? Does he support you most of the time? (No one is perfect, no one will support you at all times!)

Are your goals the same or similar? And do you drink? Do you both want them or not? Don't assume the other will change their mind when the babies arrive! It is a very important matter, do not lie!

Many things can come on the scene that can help you decide and God will bring them up, if you ask and then watch. Undesirable things will come up after you have asked God to tell you if the person is right for you or not.

If no such things arise, but guarantees and only positive things, you can be sure that God is happy with your choice.

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I am grateful for all the votes in favor and that many people have read my answer. I would just like to add a little detail. It is not me, who is so wise. On my own, I could never have known all these things I wrote about trying to help you. Wisdom always comes from God. So if you really appreciate the wisdom found in this answer, I encourage you to turn to the true source of wisdom, Jehovah God, and not to me.

If you want to gain a deeper understanding of the Bible and learn more about God, Jesus and the Kingdom of God, tell Jehovah's Witnesses and they will be happy to help you. Bible study is free and done in the way that suits you best. To do your own research or read Bible-based articles or watch Bible videos, go to jw. org

Before we met, my wife was in a prayer group with friends from college. One by one, the members left because they got jobs elsewhere, until finally only my wife and a close friend remained. And they challenged each other to pray for the one thing they both really wanted. For the friend it was a job, for my (future) wife, it was a husband. So they prayed for a job and a husband, and within a year, the friend had found the perfect job on the other side of the country (a town far from me, by the way), and my wife and I started dating. I guess that puts me in the awkward position of technically

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Before we met, my wife was in a prayer group with friends from college. One by one, the members left because they got jobs elsewhere, until finally only my wife and a close friend remained. And they challenged each other to pray for the one thing they both really wanted. For the friend it was a job, for my (future) wife, it was a husband. So they prayed for a job and a husband, and within a year, the friend had found the perfect job on the other side of the country (a town far from me, by the way), and my wife and I started dating. I guess that puts me in the awkward position of technically being the answer to your prayers. I have my fair share of flaws, believe me. I'm not exactly a Prince Charming who's driving her crazy.

But here's the thing: While this may sound like a charming fairy tale about answered prayers, my wife didn't sit around waiting for Prince Charming to fall from the sky. He went looking, joined dating sites, and took the initiative. When he found my profile page with me in front of the gates of Timbuktu, he recognized the location and contacted me with a joke about Ouagadougou (the capital of the neighboring country). Soon we started emailing, then calling, and then dating.

So if you really like this guy in church, sure, you can ask God. But if you don't ask the boy too, nothing will happen. Your prayer can be answered, but not if you just sit there and wait for Prince Charming to fall from the sky. Go talk to him, ask him out on a date. Maybe that guy is the answer to your prayers, but you have yet to go talk to him and ask him out. And maybe, once you meet him, it turns out that he's not really the answer to your prayers after all, and then you could be happy that you hadn't magically dropped into a marriage with that guy.

You have options and the freedom to follow them. Make use of that.

Perhaps the question is: Does God want you to have people in your life who break up with you? The answer is no.

Because I used to think this too for 5 years and it just tore me apart by allowing those people to come into my life. Until last year. I found a Christian speaker: Henry Cloud, talks about limits. Limits that will keep us functioning in a healthy way. Healthy boundaries between people, friends, in marriage, with parents. I applied it to my life. My life is much more pleasant now, with kinder people around me.

He explains it like this: our body needs good nutriens, for our body to function well. It also does

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Perhaps the question is: Does God want you to have people in your life who break up with you? The answer is no.

Because I used to think this too for 5 years and it just tore me apart by allowing those people to come into my life. Until last year. I found a Christian speaker: Henry Cloud, talks about limits. Limits that will keep us functioning in a healthy way. Healthy boundaries between people, friends, in marriage, with parents. I applied it to my life. My life is much more pleasant now, with kinder people around me.

He explains it like this: our body needs good nutriens, for our body to function well. So does our soul / mental well-being. We need good and safe people around us (we strengthen / encourage each other), so that our soul / mental well-being stays in good shape.

Jesus did not come to save us, to break our own souls, by allowing all kinds of bad people to enter our lives. In proverbs it even says: When a prudent man sees danger, he hides. In the proverbs there are many verses for us to keep our soul in good condition, avoiding certain people.

Because they didn't teach me to have limits. I allowed all kinds of people to come into my life. Did God put them there? Not all. God also lets you know when to avoid some people.

How do you know who is good for your mental well-being and who is not?

From my own experience. I can say:

  • When you are around someone, when you leave the date and go home. What do you feel? You feel happy? Do you feel validated? Do you feel accepted? Do you feel a good vibe and connection with that person? When you feel positive and good, it is a great sign that it is a relationship from God.
  • When you get out of the date and go home and feel worse than before, or do you feel judged, or don't feel seen, or don't feel accepted, or feel like you don't have a good connection with the person? When you feel negative and unhappy, a big sign that those people are not sent by God (at least for that moment).

God only sends you good things. A biblical verse says this: All good things are from above (God).

It means: the bad things that come your way are not from above. And the proverbs tell you to skilfully avoid them. I mean putting them at a healthy distance, not isolating people. Unless God really tells you to remove them. That is a different case.

Because even Jesus has a closer group of 3, then 12, then 70, and so on. Between these groups there are distances in how much you allow that person to approach and influence your life, or not.

I hope this helps?

Thanks for asking this question, I will give my full answer.

I just want to tell you this; there is no fairy tale that can be compared to the one that God has for you.

Right now, if you are in a waiting season, enjoy it. Hold on to the time you have only with yourself and with God, the perfect romance. Many people see waiting as a loss, but God sees waiting as preparation.

Be encouraged by the fact that God is preparing you for the person you will marry one day. It is also preparing that person for you. And when the time comes, He will bring you both together to love and appreciate each other and to serve.

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Thanks for asking this question, I will give my full answer.

I just want to tell you this; there is no fairy tale that can be compared to the one that God has for you.

Right now, if you are in a waiting season, enjoy it. Hold on to the time you have only with yourself and with God, the perfect romance. Many people see waiting as a loss, but God sees waiting as preparation.

Be encouraged by the fact that God is preparing you for the person you will marry one day. It is also preparing that person for you. And when the time comes, He will bring you both together to love, appreciate, and serve Him.

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The thing about God is that He knows exactly what we need. He not only gives us our basic needs, but he longs to give us the desires of our hearts. Our job is to delight in Him and put our lives in His precious hands.

When you find the right person, they will not be like other men or women in this world. The person that God has for you is special, unique and someone to love. There is no denying when a God brings that person into your life.

You will know that he / she is the one because of the deep spiritual connection that draws you in. It will be like nothing else you have ever experienced. You may not feel this connection right away, but when God opens your eyes, you will see the man / woman He has for you in a completely different way.

God is taking care of you. Your job is to serve and wait. Fall in love with God. Pick up the field just like Ruth did. Work while you wait. When you focus more on your Creator, the process will be much easier.

The person He has for you will love you and appreciate your heart. That is what you deserve, and God will give you nothing less than what you deserve. You are his son. It has great things in store for your future. The best things take time. But the process will be worth waiting for when that time comes.

You see, marriage is more than just for us. We cannot view marriage from a selfish perspective. We are called to love and serve our spouse, even on the days when we don't feel like it.

Marriage is a ministry. They are called to stick together through thick and thin, and to cheer each other on through tough times. One thing I have noticed is that when I am hurt or depressed, my husband has been my rock. It has always helped me back down. Also, I would like to say that I have done the same for him.

God is the glue that will hold you both together. So when you find the right person, always remember to have God at the center of your heart and marriage. Keeping God in his right place is the key to a long, happy, and lasting marriage.

Pray together, serve together, and fall in love with each other every day.

I want you to know today that God has you. Your heart is precious to Him, He will not give it to just anyone. The time will come when He puts your heart in the hands of a worthy man / woman, someone who will love and appreciate you for all that you are.

Until then, stand firm on the promise God has given you. You don't walk alone and soon your paths will intertwine. And when that day comes, you will look back and thank God for his faithfulness in starting a new chapter in your life.

Man, what a question. Thanks for asking. I can't even pretend to know "the answer", but maybe I can recall some experiences when asking the same type of question.

For me, the answer is usually a lot like, "What are some of the signs that God is trying to get me to understand (fill in the blank)?" Whatever the situation, what God wants the most is to live the situation with us, and for us to live it with him, two friends living one thing together. This is what Eden was like, hearing from it on issues related to who we are and the meaning behind the events.

The same is true today. If I am deciding w

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Man, what a question. Thanks for asking. I can't even pretend to know "the answer", but maybe I can recall some experiences when asking the same type of question.

For me, the answer is usually a lot like, "What are some of the signs that God is trying to get me to understand (fill in the blank)?" Whatever the situation, what God wants the most is to live the situation with us, and for us to live it with him, two friends living one thing together. This is what Eden was like, hearing from it on issues related to who we are and the meaning behind the events.

The same is true today. If I'm deciding whether to buy the blue car or the red car, and I decide to ask God which one to buy, what He really wants me to ask is, "What's going on here? Why the indecision?" There are as many answers to that as there are people, but for me the answer could be: "I think I can help you understand. They are both beautiful colors - I'm glad I created each of them, and man, was it ever a must-see? You know that blue is your favorite color, and more than you can imagine, I enjoy seeing you enjoy it. Your childhood friend, who drives a red Ferrari, is the envy of your high school class. I am happy that she uses her talents good Although the values ​​you place on rewards tend to create division. You may want the inner pleasure of your favorite color but also the outer value that you see being given to your friend? You can certainly go after either one. What is really within reach? "

The truth has been revealed, the decision is left to me.

Sorry to take some time here, but I need another example, this is a true fact. Since I was 14 I wanted a Jeep. I never had one. About 15 years ago, I was driving home from the Charlotte airport and my car broke down. Not really, dead. I know the opportunity when he calls, so I started looking for a good one, from 1995 or earlier. Man, hard to find. People tend to keep them until they are quite difficult. After literally months of searching for a guy on the road, he put an 80-something CJ 7 up for sale, which are generally more expensive than later Jeeps. Aesthetically it was rough, but it seemed fine mechanically, and the price was really good. You could buy it, spend the money necessary to turn it into a cosmetic appeal, and it would be worth a little more than you would have in it. Standing there though something didn't feel right, so I decided to give it a day. At the end of the day, my mind had not settled on any objective way to decide, so I closed my office door and asked for help. Be quiet. So I opened a Bible and started flipping through Proverbs. Good stuff, but nothing applicable, but I had a distinct feeling that he was saying 'keep turning pages'. A few minutes later, my gaze fell on Proverbs 10:22 ...

The blessing of the Lord brings wealth and he does not add any problems to it.

The words seemed written to me; He knew this was what he wanted me to see. But what the heck does that have to do with buying that Jeep or not? Puzzled, I closed the Bible and looked out the window. The internal conversation that followed went like this: "You are asking me a yes / no question, and you are asking about financial wisdom, and you want my help, like whether to buy IBM or not. So what you are really asking is what I would do. , which means you're asking for me. David, you know. There's no sin in buying that Jeep. It may be a gold mine, or it may be a money pit. You can do your due diligence, take an informed risk , you'll win or lose. A good CJ 7 certainly has the cultural cache, "if that's what you want. I will not bother in any way. But if you want to know how I work, everything you do will follow what you just read. Is this Jeep that? What line of pursuit will it be? "

I called the boy and declined. Fran couldn't understand. After months of searching, this was the best of all and had no objective explanation. All I could say was, "It doesn't fit." About a week later I saw an ad for one about 30 minutes away. Same standard photos, standard description. I asked Fran to come with me and we left. It was on a very small farm in the middle of nowhere, and as we got closer to a half mile away, I could see it parked where it could be seen. I turned to Fran and said, "We brought the checkbook, right?" I knew what that was. I drove it, but just to keep up with the motions, but man, it was perfect. The price was fabulous. Actually, it seemed like $ 1500 too low. I noticed a minor item and the price dropped another $ 500. When we were signing the sale, I remembered that "" I don't care "" applies to both him and me, so I said, "Look, I don't mind saying I love the Jeep and I've seen enough to know that this it's a very good deal for me. " Is it also a good deal for you? ”. He smiled and said, “Yeah, I guess it is. I bought it for my daughter 2 years ago, she hates it, and this is $ 300 more than what I have. So yeah, I'm fine. " and this is $ 300 more than what I have. So yeah, I'm fine. " and this is $ 300 more than what I have. So yeah, I'm fine. "

I don't know how he bought it so cheap, but he made money, I bought a great Jeep. That was in 2006, I drive it daily and all I have done is change the oil and add tires. It didn't add any problems. I am not saying that all purchases have had this type of result. I win and lose like anyone else. The purpose of our conversation was not for Him to show me the magic Jeep, but for Him to have fun walking with me. He used his written words to cut through the noise and make me face my core motivations, and when that happened, the options became apparent.

Below is a photo of the end result of that process and conversation.

This person who seems to be leaving your life ... or this situation that seems to point to the need to let go of a person ... is God doing that? How do you know how to see the circumstances? I know this sounds trite, but if you want God to show you who you are and who He is in these circumstances, I can promise that He will. Once you see that, the answer to any question about that person will be obvious.

Some people do not believe that God communicates in a tangible way, while others believe that they experience it. The difference seems to be what question one is willing to ask, what color or understanding. We all want to know "what". God wants much more than that; He wants us to understand from Him the "why" of being in this place, and the "who" of ourselves and His interior. So the "what" answers itself.

The blessing he added seamlessly to was not this Jeep. It was his promise of peace if I wanted to know him more than I wanted anything he thought a Jeep would bring me. Once I wanted that, I knew how to find this.

It happened to me in 2016.

I started praying every day for 6 months in 2016.

I missed my ex-girlfriend so much. I prayed every day that she would give me a chance again.

She wouldn't reply to my messages at all, but she would see them. One day I texted her and told her that I really missed her. She responded normally, without getting angry, and began responding to my messages regularly rather than ending the conversation without responding.

A couple of days later, out of nowhere, she asked me if I wanted to go somewhere with her. I was so happy and agreed, but when I saw her, things weren't so good.

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It happened to me in 2016.

I started praying every day for 6 months in 2016.

I missed my ex-girlfriend so much. I prayed every day that she would give me a chance again.

She wouldn't reply to my messages at all, but she would see them. One day I texted her and told her that I really missed her. She responded normally, without getting angry, and began responding to my messages regularly rather than ending the conversation without responding.

A couple of days later, out of nowhere, she asked me if I wanted to go somewhere with her. I was so happy and agreed, but when I saw her, things weren't the same. I have never been so disappointed in my life. It was not the same anymore. She was a completely different person that I fell in love with.

We had an argument the day after we met because she borrowed one of my things the night we met and accidentally broke it. I started to get mad because he stopped responding to my messages when I told him I needed the money to replace that item ASAP.

In the end he got mad at me because he kept insisting that he pay me. She didn't reply for days, then a couple of days later she told me she had my money. He drove to my house, opened his car window, said "take it" and threw the money out the window. He did a U-turn and accelerated without saying anything else, and he hasn't spoken to me since. 3 years have passed.

I still miss her so much and sometimes wonder if God would answer my prayers again if I took the time and asked him to come back one more time, but a part of me just doesn't want to because of how much he has changed. . Maybe it's God telling me that there is someone better for me in the world.

So I'm going to break this down a bit.

Will God restore broken relationships? Yes. God is love, He is the Healer, He is the Restorer. God makes broken things whole and new. Now, sometimes He can take us away from someone if they are harmful to us, whether spiritually, emotionally, or physically. But, for the most part, he wants to bring people together.

If I pray sincerely. Now I think I understand your heart here, but I just want to clarify a couple of things. First, praying consistently or long, eloquent prayers does not mean that God will answer your prayer. Second God is not a vending machine. He's

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So I'm going to break this down a bit.

Will God restore broken relationships? Yes. God is love, He is the Healer, He is the Restorer. God makes broken things whole and new. Now, sometimes He can take us away from someone if they are harmful to us, whether spiritually, emotionally, or physically. But, for the most part, he wants to bring people together.

If I pray sincerely. Now I think I understand your heart here, but I just want to clarify a couple of things. First, praying consistently or long, eloquent prayers does not mean that God will answer your prayer. Second God is not a vending machine. He is not going to give us what we want simply because we do the right things or put the right things. He owes us nothing. He wants a relationship with us. He wants us to know him intimately, to bring him the desires of our hearts. He is our perfect father, generous, loving, kind and gentle. He loves us no matter what we do. If your son comes and asks for something, obviously you want to give him whatever he wants because he is your son. But sometimes you have to say no because you know it's not good for them.

People love each other without ever having read an instruction manual, and the instruction manual that you would definitely prefer, namely the Bible, is full of all kinds of things that are frightening and not very loving, especially the behavior of God himself, who seems like a tyrant in life. the Old Testament and it is hard to imagine how one can love such a God having good reason to fear his behavior if one believes that he exists.

I have a granddaughter who still cannot read or has been taught the contents of the Bible by anyone, and yet she loves without reservation.

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People love each other without ever having read an instruction manual, and the instruction manual that you would definitely prefer, namely the Bible, is full of all kinds of things that are frightening and not very loving, especially the behavior of God himself, who seems like a tyrant in life. the Old Testament and it is hard to imagine how one can love such a God having good reason to fear his behavior if one believes that he exists.

I have a granddaughter who still cannot read or has been taught the contents of the Bible by anyone, and yet she loves without reservation.

Of course, you could always say that God created us and therefore he is the one who gave us the ability to love, but I still maintain what I say that it is not necessary to read your instruction manual to be able to love despite the fact that Unfortunately, is what many theists seem to believe and I have seen some express the terrible idea that if it weren't for loving and fearing God, a strange combination, they would be killing, raping and stealing and they seem to assume that no ... believers would do that when in fact they would recoil in horror at the very idea.

Sometimes you know. When I took a year off dating, I prayed the night before it ended for someone I had been watching. I said, "Sir, if she's not the one, make her say no." I can't tell you how many times I've been knocked down, but I CAN tell you how many times I heard just the word "no", and that was the second. I stopped searching, I put God's hands on him, and now I'm with the person I'll spend the rest of my life with ... the only girl I didn't ask out.

Another example in my life was when Mormons tried to recruit me. They tried for a whole semester, and in the end, I prayed "yes

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Sometimes you know. When I took a year off dating, I prayed the night before it ended for someone I had been watching. I said, "Sir, if she's not the one, make her say no." I can't tell you how many times I've been knocked down, but I CAN tell you how many times I heard just the word "no", and that was the second. I stopped searching, I put God's hands on him, and now I'm with the person I'll spend the rest of my life with ... the only girl I didn't ask out.

Another example in my life was when Mormons tried to recruit me. They tried for a whole semester, and at the end, I prayed "if this is what you want me to do, tell me." The next day we had lunch, they talked about not contaminating the body because it is a temple. My Bible opened to a page I had never read, and at the top was a verse that said "in the same way, these dreamers pollute their own bodies, reject authority, and defame heavenly beings ..." Jude 8.

Sometimes there are too many things in life to attribute to "chance", "luck" or "coincidence", especially when it was just what you asked for, and something else.

Cynthia, thanks for the A2A.

Can God remove a person from your life to return later?

No.

There is no God. Therefore "God" cannot do anything.

But people with common interests and friends in common tend to cross each other's paths from time to time. There is no guarantee, but someone who was once in your life is more likely to share some interests and possibly even geography with you. It is up to you to determine if you want them back in your life. It has nothing to do with coincidence.

There is nothing "magical" about accidentally crossing paths with an old friend, don't let them

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Cynthia, thanks for the A2A.

Can God remove a person from your life to return later?

No.

There is no God. Therefore "God" cannot do anything.

But people with common interests and friends in common tend to cross each other's paths from time to time. There is no guarantee, but someone who was once in your life is more likely to share some interests and possibly even geography with you. It is up to you to determine if you want them back in your life. It has nothing to do with coincidence.

There is nothing "magical" about accidentally running into an old friend; don't let that coincidence lead you to think, "Yeah, this person was a real jerk, and that's why I quit, but now God must want us to get back together." ! "

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