He rather likes people who fight Him. Fighting God, fighting Judaism, means that you are active, not passive, within it. If I don’t care about it, then I have no questions, and if I have no questions, then I have no problems. If I do care about it, then I’ll be questioning it, and I’ll definitely have more problems with it because the questions lead to problems, not answers. In a certain way the difference between a saint and someone who is surely not a saint is not that the saint has no problems, but that he has more, and more elaborate, problems. It is an incessant struggle.
Let no one seek his own, but each one the other’s well-being.
1 Corinthians 10:24
The New King James Version