jon... the word god is only a proper noun when it's written within the context of the english language. in fact,'proper nouns' only matter to english speakers. a good example of this is the fact, that to portuguÍs speakers and writers nationalities and country names aren't capitalised, thus you only get 'english', not 'English'. this simply means that jsut because you speak english doesn't mean that you deserve a big letter... and just because you're a god doesn't either.<quoted text>
The word "it's" is a contraction of it and is. "Its" is the neuter version of his or her.
The word "God" is a proper noun. As such, it should be capitalized.
A noun is possessive if a phrase can be changed to say that an item belongs to someone. In other words, the plan of God becomes "God's plan".
It's God's plan for you to quit trolling the tread for replies, Mr. Troll.
You're welcome. ;-)
not only that, but there are thousands of gods in the cosmos, so it may just be gods' plan. other than that you're spot on.:o)
keep up the good work.