Feel free to share scriptures, archaological evidience, etc.
Be completely blunt and honest about your opinion and expereince.
- I believe in God.Vote A
- I don't believe in God.Vote B
- I am God.Vote C
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God is fair and just. No matter how much the world fights against Almighty, he will even turn the evil we do for his purpose. By the blood of Christ we had been forgiven, the key to the father being spilt. Each martyr that had given their life, sacrificed, wherever their blood was spilled, Christ's impact had flourished. It sounds weird, but Christ was God's example on how to lead the life he wanted for us. The world says who is God to have us worship him; however our hearts pound and our knees fall to the ground whenever we see our idols, heroes or crush. Would we give our lives to our spouse, that is how we are supposed to be. As Christ gave his life for his bride the Church, which are those whom had opened their hearts to him. We do not judge, but we do protect our hearts from corruption, we are all alike, the only thing that separates a Christ believer from a nonbeliever is that we are within Christ, a follower will fight the temptation of sin, but they do trip from time to time, but a nonbeliever will fall unless they are caught up. Absence from the Christ is like absence from father and mother, we would go by instinct without guidance and fault not knowing why. A follower loves no matter what, but when he calls us to rebuke a nonbeliever, we are showing the absence of our care. To be rebuked is to offend and face the consequence, only by confessing and pleading for forgiveness will you see christs followers arms open, but they are always open waiting to grasp, the prodigal son is an example of this. Christ followers are called to seek and to love, to share and to lead by example. When he washed the feet of the disciples, he shows us what he did, his humble nature, and how we are to be, if one wishes to lead, then they must serve. If you look at history, the rdr and fall of the Roman Empire, that was God's absence. 400 years before Christ he was gone, Alexander the Great, Spartacus, took place in his absence, a worldly individual is never satisfied, saddening, genuine sadness is fought for while wearing a mask of joy. I don't believe the book of revelation is a sequence of events set in a short period of time, but it can definitely be witnessed. Scripture may seem contradictory, however, it is like a web, connected and so close together, even from Old Testament to New Testament, they will mirror each other, as God sought to preserve in the old, he came to the the world to save in the new, always saving, and giving us a chance to reconcile.0