What good did Jesus do with His time on earth? Pretty much all I can think of is forgiveness and saying over and over again that God is great, in many different ways, and a few minor philosophies. Did anyone ever ask Him what is God? Surely they did, but He had no answer that would suffice, so they left it out of the scriptures. That would have made Him a laughing stock and added to his reputation of being a trouble maker, which would have made the people attack Him and demand an answer. If He had answered correctly, then He would have been a hero to the people and feared by the government, but He never did anything that would make people pray to God, so did He help God, or Himself, or whatever? He could have done so much more than He did, but He chose to let people suffer that would not come to Him, and not to tell people what God is. If He had explained what God is to people, they would have understood and flocked to be with Him in their afterlife, so what did Jesus do for thirty three years? Wander around and babble on doing some publicity for His God unto the people. Everyone loves a good samaratin, so that is what Jesus did. Why did He not make the poor wealthy? He fed people that came to Him, but He never made the hungry well fed all over the world, so does He not love them? To see a hungry man and ignore Him, as He sees all men all the time through His own mysterious ways, is not like a loving God. What about people that pray to Him for wealth? They did not get any, but He did heal the sick for instant stardom.
Except for healing the sick God did not unravel any of the mysteries of the world. Any other wise man could have said it is good to forgive, and I am betting they all did - the truley respected of people. It is natural to forgive under reasonable criteria, so the message of forgiveness was a waste of time. However demanding that you ask forgiveness is a weak attribute. Think of the types of people that demand others ask them for forgiveness... they are shallow indeed, so, if God is great He is not shallow, right? If God is great then you might say that He wants people to acknowledge their transgressions to Him, to confess, so to speak. Is that good? It is natural for someone with great power to demand certain things of their 'subjects', but is it good to 'beat' an apology out of someone else? That is what happened with the bible, it is there to beat an apology out of people under threat of hell, like racketeering, sort of, so what good is God? Is that right? Is God wrong? Under the preceding reasons I reckon that Jesus's message was a waste of time and His powers were put to meagre use, and that God is wrong. That's what I get out of Jesus's message, although it was intended to bring people closer to God through fear and other things.
What is a merciful God? One that has mercy on others. What is a cruel God? The one I have just described. What is a mysterious God? One that works in wonderful ways. What is a shallow God? One that helps only those that come to Him. If He loved everyone so much then He would go out to them revealing Himself and helping them. So what is the purpose of life? To serve God? Then why do people spend so much time wandering from Him without being friendlyly redirected to 'the path'? That God does not reveal Himself means that He must have something to hide, and someone with something to hide is not all powerful enough to fix it, or is proud, and pride is a sin, some say, so God is getting kicks in at Himself. But what purpose does pride play to a God? Comparing Himself to everything He has created just goes to show how shallow He is, so is our God a jibbering pile of pride? Why should we worship Him? Because He is great? That again goes to show how transparent He is, that He gets a kick out of showing people his muscles, and also out of seeing them squirm.
So Jesus should have said that God is great, but not good, is not loving, will forgive you if you ask for it but will punish you for everything He has no business with, and that He would heal those that came to Him but ignorance of His prescence is abscence from His court. Pretty much sums it up, oh and throw in a few more clever quips.