This is a question for the faithful. Where is God when tragedy strikes? Where is God when innocent people are slaughtered? Is this is a question of logical vs. emotional thinking, or is it something more? Watch this video I shot in New Orleans and I’ll look forward to your comments.   Steve Siebold  ( 2:45 )

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Steve Siebold
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.

70 thoughts on “Where was God on 9/11?”

  1. I have discovered that there are two kinds of evil in this world. Natural Evil & Moral Evil. Natural Evil results in Natural Disasters because we are living on a Sin Cursed Planet.
    Moral Evil is what we human beings do to each other as a result of being decendants of the first human beings that sinned against God by disobeying him.

  2. Instead of asking “Where was God on 9/11,” the question would be better asked: “Why would God allow 9/11.” In order to answer this question it is important to understand the nature of God:
    Premise 1: God is loving
    Premise 2: God gives man free will
    Premise 3: God wants the greatest number of people to seek him out for eternal relationship.
    Conclusion: God, per his loving nature, gave man his free will. Terrorists exercised their free will by committing an act of evil. God could have stopped them, but chose to allow them to exercise their will as free agents. Many people who experienced the evil of 9/11 sought out God for answers. This allowed such free agents to freely choose God.

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