That is the whole point NASL. We have free will. We can choose to get the water or not. God is not going to force our mouths open and pour it down our neck.<quoted text>
One requires the use of Self for all actions to be taken.
Try doing something without choosing?
I don't think you can.
So in essence, you cannot do anythign without the use of your mind [Self] to beginthe action to be taken.
"God" will not do this for you....unless you think "He" can?
If so, then this little test will show how that is not true.
Place a glass of water on a table. Place a chair at least 10-15 feet from the table.
Do not move until "God" forces you to move or "He" brings you the glass of water. You cannot move from the chair, otherwise you've completed the test - showing how you created and completed the action - of getting the water.
It has been said that, "man cannot live on bread alone...."
This is true - we need water....so "God" would help one who cannot help themselves, right?
Or is this a myth too?
See - I just ripped apart your total argument to show you that there is no "God" involved.
But the real test is - do you believe this to be the case?
Let me ask you something: is there a such thing as absolute truth?