I know god doesn’t know me cause there are 7 billion people

I know they say God loves everyone with all his heart. But really? All 7 billion of us? They say he’s always there but I can’t feel 100% sure. It just doesn’t seem possible. People such as the Pope seem more religious which I believe God watches and examines more than people like me, who do go to church but aren’t priests or anything. I feel like God doesn’t even know I exist. He knows he made me, but doesn’t know where I am in life now. It just seems like there are more important people than me on earth for God to love and care for. I feel on my own. But I know there are more important people. And I should except that he has no time for me and there are more important people than me, as I am an everyday person.

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  • Have you read the bible? We're all equal in God's eyes. Everyday person or Pope. You have the same worth to him.

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  • I’m agnostic, but isn’t God supposed to be an omnipotent being?

    God most likely keeps tabs on everyone at once, all the time. That’s really hard to imagine, but still. We’re all equal in God’s eyes, so he wouldn’t just pick favorites and watch one person but not the other, right?

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  • He knows you exist. He knows where you are and he knows how you feel.

    During one of the worst years of my life I nearly killed myself because I thought he and everyone else had stopped caring. Turns out he had heard my prayers and was already making me stronger.

    I've felt exactly what you feel, I'm just one person, I'm not even important. That's the devil whispering in your ear. Trust me when I tell you this. Storms in our life strengthen us, when things are quiet its not that he's not there, hes listening, when we don't know our way he hasn't abandoned us hes leading us back to the right path.

    Something else is works isn't what gets us to heaven. We are supposed to do good to the world and others but that won't cut it at the end of the day. My old pastor described works as filthy rags. Faith, even as small as a mustard seed however is what saves you and what brings you closer to God. Have faith, I have a feeling he's setting up to reveal his presence to you in a huge way just like he did me.

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  • You need to get out more love

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  • if g-d pays attention to me they will pay attention to you. you are as important as every other human being on this earth don’t soubt it for a second

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  • Yep, "god" loves us all - in the same way that a hungry person might "love" a steak dinner.....

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  • I left my house and went for a walk and pissed my pants today,,

    So I blew up my dolly and boinked her in the itchy hay, hey hey!

    That little dolly looked me and said Dusty that made my day ;)

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  • You're being earth-centric, while God is supposedly in charge of the whole shebang.

    Scientists believe that, in our galaxy alone, there could be as many as 40 Billion Earth-sized planets orbiting their star in the habitable zone.

    And there are at least 100 Billion galaxies in the universe. If they all have around the same number of habitable planets as our galaxy, there are around 4 Trillion planets in the universe on which earth-like life might exist.

    That's an inconceivably huge number of planets, and the odds are very good that there is, has been, or will be sentient life on a lot of them.

    Anyone who believes that some mysterious, invisible sky-fairy is watching over their every move is a narcissist, since they basically believe the universe revolves around them.

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    • So Einstein was a narcissist and Kurt Godel’s math was wrong?

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      • I don't quite see what Einstein has to do with this topic.

        However, if you think Einstein believed in the sort of God who is a kind of cosmic Santa who knows when we're we've been bad or good, and keeps a list and checks it twice, this quote from a letter he wrote in 1954 is relevant:

        "I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it."

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        • He did not believe in a personal God. Who would?
          “I want to know how God created this world...I want to know his thoughts” - Albert Einstein, as quoted in the book A Talk With Einstein. 1955.

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