Lord Krishna: Loving Nature of Lord Krishna

                                                                  Q. It is known that If one comes forward one step, Krishna comes forward ten steps. But in BG 4.11 Krishna says: "As all surrender unto Me, I reward them accordingly." How should we understand that contradiction?

                                                                  Q. If Krishna is all powerful and wants us to come back to Him, then why does He not simply do it?

                                                                  Q: Since Lord Krishna is the actual beneficiary of our results, why is Krishna known to be a renounced person?

                                                                  Q: I was listening to one lecture in which I heard that there was one king who has a prime minister who was a devotee of Krishna, in every situation he said  mercy of Krishna.
                                                                    One day king's finger has been cut, so prime minister said mercy of Krishna.
                                                                    So, King said what type of mercy is this and put him in the jail.
                                                                    The King appointed another prime minister who was jealous of the first prime minister.
                                                                    One day in jungle some dacoits captured king and the new prime minister and they thought to sacrifice King in the KALI puja. When they were sacrificing, the head priest saw that the king was missing one finger; he said that he is imperfect, so he cannot be sacrificed.