God is not concerned with whether we agree or disagree with his principles, because whether we agree or disagree, we still are called to obey. We still are called to do his will, and to fulfill his purposes. The difference between someone who believes and someone who does not believe, and yet obeys, is negligible. One bases his or her actions on personal proof or personal experience, while the other, despite having no proof, simply trusts in God. Although personal proof deepens one's faith, it should never be used as an excuse for not obeying God.
In the military, chaos would reign if every soldier had authority to choose whether or not he should obey. Some would obey, and others would remain free to substitute their battle plan. There is no power on earth, or in heaven, that could withstand an opposing force under those circumstances. Nor is there any power that can survive as an entity under those circumstances. It takes an army that is comprised of individuals who have surrendered self, forsaken personal egos, released personal opinions, and substituted a collective initiative.
It takes a heart that gives its blood so that all may be nourished and uplifted, and so that all may be healed. It takes a mind that is willing to be subsumed by a greater mind. It takes a spirit whose only purpose is to give glory to God. It takes a man or a woman who knows that their GPS (Global Positioning System) has malfunctioned, and no longer points to eternity, and therefore their only hope for reaching eternity is to rely on the Lord their God, and him alone, and him eternally, and him forever and forever and forever.