AJQ: As for God believing in us, God has no confidence in our flesh, except that we will do evil, and He is able to make us do good. Our flesh is enmity against God and it does rebel.
Lois: I do not understand how you can believe this, AJ. If any sentence demonstrates the difference between our beliefs in God, that would be it. God loves us unconditionally. He is always waiting and providing opportunities for turning us back to Him. All He requires is our love and our striving to love one another.
AJQ: Lois, God requires repentance and belief in the truth.
S Perhaps you are right. In which Tanakh verses does God require belief in the truth? Please post them.
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