We keep getting back to what God means to each person, Quittner.
I am of the, "The divine has different meanings for different people" concept.
I really dislike the God word, cos I would NEVER ask of the Bible God anything. I wouldn't even want him in my living room. IF by God you may mean a Creator, then I see a Source. And this Source is unconditional. (though I often contradict myself on this cos I admit, I cannot KNOW any of these. I can only feel what makes a sense.
"Do they always do what God wants of them and do they NEVER do what God doesn't wants them to do? If not, then they shouldn't expect God, or some other spirit(s), to help them, nor to answer any of their prayers. "
I do agree with what you say though cos it does work, imo, with a Source. A Source that NEEDS us as much as we need it. We are all part of the One and what we each do affects the Whole.
DO we do what is wanted? Not by a long chalk. If we did we probaly wouldn't need to ask anything. To get 'back' anything, we must be putting 'in'.
And when a mass put in enough, I believe it makes a difference indeed. And for the benefit of all.