The God in biblical Scripture is a God who comes down and speaks to people and commune with them. He is not a God who stands off and doesn't hear, speak or communicate, such as the Greek gods did. "The gods of ancient Greek and Roman mythology were personal, but they were not infinite. They had weaknesses and frequent moral failures, even petty rivalries. Furthermore, deism portrays a God who is infinite, but was not personal and removed from their people" (p. 167).
In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth. But before there was a beginning, before anything was created, there was nothing existing except God alone. He was a Great Fountain of Spirit, going forth full of love, peace, righteousness, etc., dwelling alone with His attributes (inherent characters). He was unseen and had no form. He was all Glory; a Great Light that no man can approach unto, Eternal without Beginning or End.
God is the creator of the world. God spoke and created the heavens and the earth. “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1, NIV) He then followed by creating all the earthly creatures. “And God said, “Let the land produce living creatures according to their kinds: the livestock, the creatures that move along the ground, and the wild animals, each according to its kind.” And it was so.” (Genesis 1:24, NIV)
The Gods felt that they had every right to do what they did when they did it just because they were Gods. Human beings were just the lesser people that were created to worship them. In the God’s they were perfect and did everything without mistake. When humans challenged them, their automatic instinct was punishment. Heaven forbid, that there would be a mortal that was slightly better at something than a god was.
This proves god exists and witness all our thoughts and actions. At times we at dilemma or in difficulty then help comes for us in a mysterious way. Majority of us might have experienced this and exclaim that second in joy “God’s ways are mysterious. I have got full faith in god now”. God always exists before us we always search for god.
If God creates creatures that are significantly free, he cannot determine them to do only what is right meaning he must create creatures that are capable of moral evil. Therefore, God cannot guarantee that there will not be evil in the world because a world containing creatures that are significantly free to perform more moral good than evil actions are more valuable. An omnipotent being (God) can't make contradictions be true. Therefore, if God creates a world where there are beings with free will. God can't guarantee that some creatures won't sometimes choose to act badly.
Thomas continues in his arguments by quoting St Augustine in (Gen. ad lit. vi,12): “Man’s excellence consists in the fact that God made him in his own image by giving him an intellectual soul, which raises him above the bests of the field. Since Man is said to be the image of God because of his intellectual nature, he is most perfectly like God in his intellectual nature.” Damascene says (de Fide Orth. ii,12). “Man is said to be made in God’s image in so far as the image implies an intelligent being endowed with free - will and self - movement.” In fact, if we talk about the human being without his or her rational faculty, this will destroy his dignity as a
God set us apart from the rest. Our walk and our talk should match God. God made us to praise and to serve Him and we should never compromise or hide that. With that said, God’s word tells us that we are body, soul and spirit. So, when we look in the mirror we are only looking at the mere outside of ourselves.
If God were omnipotent, God would have the capacity to do something. Furthermore, if God were ethically flawless, then unquestionably God would want to do something about all the evil and suffering. But, yet there are still countless instances of evil that fills our world. Concluding, since God does not prevent or eliminate all unnecessary suffering, logically, God does not exist. Hume concludes that if you want to make sense of all the evil randomness of the universe with the sense of God’s attributes, “You must prove these pure, unmixed, and uncontrollable attributes from the present mixed and confused phenomena, and from these alone.
And, as God’s creations, the angels are unwilling to suffer for the sins of another. The Son, however, jumps at the chance. This is by all means a fatherly tactic. Just as a human father may vaguely refer to a cookie he doesn’t want that he knows his son will ask for, God places a task in from of his ‘children’ that He knows the Son will volunteer to take. Being God, He knows exactly who will make the sacrifice, who will offer their service.