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(Genesis 19:24); the God of love loved Jacob and hated Esau (Romans 9:13); the God of love wrestled with Jacob and crippled him (Genesis 32:25); the God of love brought plagues upon Egypt, even slaughtering all the first born (Exodus 7-12); the God of love drowned the Egyptian army in the Red sea (Exodus 14:28); the God of love had 3,000 of His people killed for dancing naked in front of the calf (Exodus 32:28); the God of love sent fire from heaven and killed His own people (Numbers 11:1-3); the God of love sent fiery serpents to kill His people, because they spoke against Moses and God (Numbers 21:6); the God of love allowed His people to wander around accomplishing nothing for forty years in the wilderness (Numbers 14:29); the God of love throughout the book of Judges allowed Israel’s enemies to rise up against them and slaughter them, as Israel turned their backs upon God (Judges 10:6-9); the God of love smote Nabal (I Samuel 25:38); the God of love killed David’s baby (II Samuel 12:15); the God of love allowed Solomon’s enemies to rise up against him for Solomon’s turning away from God (I Kings 11:9, 10, 14, 23, 26); the God of love allowed Israel to be taken into captivity in 721 BC (II Kings 17:22, 23); in 606 BC, the God of love allowed Judah to also be taken captive by their enemies (II Chronicles 36:18,19). In the New Testament: the God of love allowed His Son to be born, rejected, mocked, tortured, and crucified (John 3:16); the God of love killed Ananias and Sapphira for one lie (Acts 5:5-10);   the God of love allowed many of His closest disciples, apostles, and followers to be beaten, whipped, burned, eaten alive, and tortured; having the power to stop every single act of cruelty, yet doing “nothing” to prevent it (Hebrews 11);