If you had the power to, would you provide food for all the starving children in Africa?
20 March 2017, 11:42 PM
Would God if he could?  
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If I had the power to, I would indeed, provide food for all the starving children in Africa, and everywhere else. That's because, as faded a copy as I am, I am a member of mankind, which God created in His own image.

God has already provided food for all the starving children in the world, both through creation, and through other people behaving in God's image, to provide food for them. It is neither the fault of the children, of donors who send food for them, nor of God, that busybody governments, corporations, and unions refuse to cooperate, and leave the food to sit on docks, so rats and insects can eat it.
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