I can show you if you like why God cannot intervene, why His omnipotence is not enough to let Him do whatever He wants, and what that issue is - none of which involves belief or religion. If you want, PM me
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The answer is best given in two parts - and I can assure you that although it refers to Bible incidents, credence in it does not require belief in God.
Firstly the issue:
The 1st prophecy in the scriptures is Genesis 2:17 where God essentially warned the first humans:
"if you go independent of Me, it will bring about your demise"
The proof of that is in two parts: the climate crisis is already far along the way to proving that civilisation cannot survive without help, and God's intervention will give proof that He can provide it.
Given that this 1st prophecy far predates the climate crisis, and given that we are rapidly running out of options, is it not reasonable to give a measure of credence in the pairing of the two?
Second is supplemental:
the issue has nothing to do with belief, nor doctrines, nor religion - it is concerned with authority. God had authority over the earth, and Mankind usurped it - this is the Prodigal Son aspect to it. Each nation has its share of authority - over its own territory, sphere of governance, and population. The heads of state and heads of government therefore hold the entire earth's authority - these are the ones who must call to God for help concerning the adverse effects of the nemesis climate crisis. Once they do that, then the earth's entire authority will have been submitted to God, and then He will have active authority in the earth again.
A consequence is that when the Prodigal Son returns and God intervenes, He will save everyone alive - whether good, bad, believer or non-believer - and the world will have crossed a line, a turning point back toward the way the world should always have been. People will - of course - have the choice whether to follow the evident benevolent Divine authority or to reject it, but it will lead us back to that Eden-like state of God's protection and active guidance.
God intends to catch everyone alive - there is no "one-true-religion". Were God to intervene on some matter now, it would favour a person, a people, a country, a race, a religion, ... something. But the issue is none of these - the issue is one of authority. Likewise the challenge laid down by the adversary has to be proved properly, otherwise that one could claim that God had cheated on the issue - so God cannot intervene until that entire authority has called to Him.
Finally, regarding God's power as a solution... using it would not prove the issue - how would creation feel about a show of strength to blast away a contention? It was force - by the adversary - which caused the issue, but it will be settled by God's waiting for us to realise that we need help - we need to learn. That intransigence on our part is what has ensured that God cannot intervene.
You can imagine, religions hate this - because it is kind, reasonable, simple, has no carrot or stick, no force to keep people under control. In contrast, some atheists can see the reason - most of whom remain atheist, of course, but that can see the reason. The point is: this issue always had to be the way - it appeals to our need, it is patient in waiting for us to learn, it only needs us to look out of the window at the climate crisis and see that we need help, it has nothing to do with faith or beliefs or religion... it simply asks people, given that we are running out of options, to give a measure of credence to something which points to an exit in a burning building.
You can find this in a short PDF text - free, without any registration - at www.worshipJehovah.org/divineRescue
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