You may be disappointed. Yes Jehovah is all-powerful. Lack of power is not an issue.
So there are other alternatives besides Armageddon. Omnipotence and all that. So, I'll ask you again, why is your god unable to do what it supposedly wants to do?
The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round...
I will ask you, what purpose of his has failed?
This alleged God has clearly failed in getting us to believe it is real, that he have "sinned" against it, that it wants all to know and be saved, and that we must accept this "Jesus" depiction from a book. Of course I don't even like talking about some-thing which I do not think is real, but the previous sentence encompasses "X" in the following syllogism.
1.) If God exists, He desires for us to know X.
2.) If God exists then He has the power to make us believe X.
3.) If God exists we should know X (given 1 & 2)
4.) We do not know X
5.) Therefore, God does not exist (given 3 & 4)"
If this alleged "Jehovah" actually existed (like water exists, other people exist, and our own thinking exists) we should
know it exists (as, supposedly, the angels and the alleged "Satan" do). Yet we do not know these things. If no God exists, it makes perfect sense that we do not have direct independent demonstrable experiences of this thing and that it is invisible and undetectable. But if this particular deity
did in fact exist, we should all know and believe right now (just like we know and accept the reality of water
STOP! Nope, the freewill argument doesn't work as a response because having knowledge of something does NOT negate making choices about it (again, just like the alleged "Satan and his angels" had direct knowledge and chose otherwise). So, this response is NOT a path that you (the theist) can use to rebut this argument. The most rational and sound conclusion for why we do not all know and believe this deity is actual
is that it is imaginary.
Stop one more time. You might be thinking to yourself that this argument is just SPAG - that (according to you) this god can do whatever it wants and that it doesn't matter if we don't know right now because we will eventually - or some other BS response like this. NOPE. This isn't a valid response either because the book that you read and accept states the propositions in "X" quite clearly. So X is not just a projection. It is taken directly from your 'holy book' itself - and any attempts by you to spin or rationalize away those texts (by contradicting them w/ other passages, twisting them, context dropping, cherry picking, or the like) are both unreasonable and intellectually dishonest. An "all-powerful" deity that desires for a specific thing to be the case will have it,
b/c he/she/it is not bound by anything and can accomplish it. But, we do not see everyone believing in Yahweh/Jehovah. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that this being is not real.