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I have a question for all the people that believe in God,
I believe in God but there’s time where I feel like he hates me
I failed my GCSES maths so I had to re due it 3 times each time I did it i was in college which means I was in college for 3 years.
Because I failed my GCSE maths I wasn’t able to get 3 A levels so I currently only have 2 and a half A levels which means I wasn’t able to get into the Uni I wanted to but instead I got In to another one which is in the same city as the one I wanted to go to. (Which I thank God for getting me in)
But when I did get it in was late August which means all of the students accommodation was full so I had to get a private one, I had so much hope I was looking forward in moving away. But then I started to feel very lonely my flat mates keep to them selfs it’s always a “Hi and Bye” while I see other students with their flat mates having a time of their life.
I have been praying since September for me to get out of this accommodation or find someone who is willing to take my room. I feel like God doesn’t care if I feel very lonely and depressed. Being in this accommodation makes me feel very lonely and left out while everyone is having fun I’m hating first year of uni. I just feel like God keeps ignoring my prayers
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By the time.
Indeed, man is in loss.
Except those who believed and did righteous deeds, and advised each other to truth, and advised each other to PATIENCE. (Al-Asr, Qur'an).
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You need to stop relying on God to make a change that you can enact yourself.

I'm not religious but RS GCSE comes to mind and the quote "Prayer, without action, is dead" comes to mind. You need to try to enact change if you want it to happen. Try to engage with your flatmates a bit more. If you have a shared kitchen, cook some brownies or something, offer them around and get talking to them (this is just an example suggestion). If you don't engage with them, they won't engage with you
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I have tired too I asked multiple times if they wanted to go out as a flat but they all come up with excuses
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I have tired too I asked multiple times if they wanted to go out as a flat but they all come up with excuses
Don't try and go out at first, just work on friendships within the flat. You don't have to get everyone together at first, just find a few people that you like individually and get to know them, ask about their interest etc.

Don't force conversations tho, if someone says something that there's obviously more to like talking about a hobby, maybe chat about it a bit. People love taking about themselves
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The thing is most of them don’t feel like they need to be friends with each other as they already have friends in the accommodation just not in the flat I came to a new city hoping for the best. But it’s always hard make friends with people that don’t want you too
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No, God doesn't hate anyone.
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(Original post by Shweetyyy)
I have a question for all the people that believe in God,
I believe in God but there’s time where I feel like he hates me
I failed my GCSES maths so I had to re due it 3 times each time I did it i was in college which means I was in college for 3 years.
Because I failed my GCSE maths I wasn’t able to get 3 A levels so I currently only have 2 and a half A levels which means I wasn’t able to get into the Uni I wanted to but instead I got In to another one which is in the same city as the one I wanted to go to. (Which I thank God for getting me in)
But when I did get it in was late August which means all of the students accommodation was full so I had to get a private one, I had so much hope I was looking forward in moving away. But then I started to feel very lonely my flat mates keep to them selfs it’s always a “Hi and Bye” while I see other students with their flat mates having a time of their life.
I have been praying since September for me to get out of this accommodation or find someone who is willing to take my room. I feel like God doesn’t care if I feel very lonely and depressed. Being in this accommodation makes me feel very lonely and left out while everyone is having fun I’m hating first year of uni. I just feel like God keeps ignoring my prayers
First of all im glad you did not give up and finally did pass your maths! Well done!!

You see, God tests us all im different ways, some through education, some through relationship problems (something that He is testing me on at this moment in time), some through Poverty etc..
But God also says that you have to try and take that first step, you take that first step in regards to whatever it is you want to achieve and God will take the rest of the steps for you. You have to put in the effort, God is not going to set everything for you easily, in the same way your parents don't give you everything on a plate. You have to make the effort and God will support you.

For e.g. if you didn't revise for your exams and hoped God will magically give you the grades you want, that would never have happened, you worked for that Maths result and finally you got it.

Try making the effort to talk to your flat mates, try joining societies, put yourself out there and begin socialising with people and watch how God then opens all other doors for you.

All the best!
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No, God doesn't hate anyone.
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No God doesn’t hate you, that implies he knows/cares who you are.
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Did you work hard at maths and still failed? You might have discalculus undiagnosed. A lot of people don't mix well with their uni flatmates, sometimes due to not liking drinking and party culture. It's nothing to do with god because he doesn't exist lol.
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(Original post by Shweetyyy)
I have a question for all the people that believe in God,
I believe in God but there’s time where I feel like he hates me
I failed my GCSES maths so I had to re due it 3 times each time I did it i was in college which means I was in college for 3 years.
Because I failed my GCSE maths I wasn’t able to get 3 A levels so I currently only have 2 and a half A levels which means I wasn’t able to get into the Uni I wanted to but instead I got In to another one which is in the same city as the one I wanted to go to. (Which I thank God for getting me in)
But when I did get it in was late August which means all of the students accommodation was full so I had to get a private one, I had so much hope I was looking forward in moving away. But then I started to feel very lonely my flat mates keep to them selfs it’s always a “Hi and Bye” while I see other students with their flat mates having a time of their life.
I have been praying since September for me to get out of this accommodation or find someone who is willing to take my room. I feel like God doesn’t care if I feel very lonely and depressed. Being in this accommodation makes me feel very lonely and left out while everyone is having fun I’m hating first year of uni. I just feel like God keeps ignoring my prayers
God doesn't hate anyone
It may feel like the world is just against you sometimes but I assure you that it will get better. I would suggest praying and try and be more outspoken and more engaging towards people. You never know, maybe there is a reason that you may not be friends with this people, they may be a bad influence on you.
Just trust God's plan and continue to pray.
Good Luck and Best Wishes
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He doesn’t hate anyone. You know, things happen for a reason, that’s what I tell myself.
Go and make friends with your flat mates, don’t leave it up to them. Trust me, I know how fricking hard it can be to make friends so as much as I’d love to, I can’t think of some great friend making advice off the top of my head. You don’t have to be best friends with your flat mates, is there anyone else on your course or just at uni in general who you feel you get on with?
Sometimes things happen which we see as bad, and at the time they usually are, but in my experience, it’s never turned out to be as bad as I thought it was in that moment.
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No God doesn’t hate you, that implies he knows/cares who you are.
How does that help him? As an Atheist myself, possibly being rude and judgemental might not be a great look.
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God Hates Us All
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God Hates Us All
There is no need for that. Respect other people's beliefs.
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There is no need for that. Respect other people's beliefs.
Respect one of my favourite records
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How does that help him? As an Atheist myself, possibly being rude and judgemental might not be a great look.
I'm not being rude or judgmental, I'm simply stating he doesn't care or know who he is.

Conveying a fact doesn't taint my look.
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If life's events were predicated on whether God loves or hates the individual in question, then innocent and otherwise good people would not undergo the tragic effects of war, natural disasters, poverty, etc. Corrupt politicians and businessmen would always lead devastating lives and suffer. The events of history and the present, however, have pointed to otherwise.

If God does exist, the universe's events are not centric on whether He loves you. If the pious and good were favoured, we would all be living in a different world.

The person you are looking to blame can be seen when you look at the mirror if you keep on blaming the divine, or whoever, you won’t be able to pick yourself up and reflect properly to be able to achieve what you want. If you are failing your exams then maybe you should alter the way you revise, your notes, or the materials you are visiting.
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No, God doesn't hate anyone.
Prove it. He's claimed to have slaughtered millions, e.g. the great flood. He's got anger management issues, and even allowed his own son / himself (not messed up at all) to be tortured to death, so that he could forgive man for breaking rules that he made, and knew that man would break when he made them. He's not very bright, or nice, IMO.
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