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I have to ask for help until I understand what I'm supposed to do. A friend of mine believes in the God Baal, I have tried to tell him to stop talking about Baal but he wont listen. I know that God exists, I believe in Jesus Christ but my friend T.J. keeps trying to get people to worship Baal, I have this urge to ask him to ask his God to make rain so that I know Baal exists  (I know he doesn't) when he asks and nothing happens I have the urge to ask my God Jesus Christ to make it rain so that he can see that Baal isn' real. What should I do? I'm tired of crying, and God has I believe saving T.J.'s family. In this year alone he Jas lost nearly 15 family members. Please someone tell me what to do.

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Shalom Philistiana,

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Welcome,  Philistiana.  Baal worship was very wicked.  People burnt babies alive in the idol's arms and he was a fertility god with prostitution its hallmark.  It was the reason the Caanites were kicked out of the Holy Land.  I hope he is being facetious.  Meanwhile, pray for him diligently for his salvation.  But don't put God to the test.  

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Baal was the early Israeli's nemesis in a way. Another title other than 'lord of the dead' is the title Beelzebub. This was written as 'lord of the flies' and with a slight Hebrew letter change became 'lord of the dung'. I.e. dung beetle. So Baal may be referred to scripturally as a dung fly.

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