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Old February 9th, 2006, 11:23 PM   #41
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Any saved Christian knows he's there. You can feel Jesus in your heart, and every fiber of your being, even down to the blood flowing in your veins. It's just something you can't describe in it's fullness to a non-believer. It's really cool when you first know you know Jesus. That point for me was just three years ago, even though I've been a Christian all my life.

Many even hear him, and miracles occur every day when prayers are answered or missionaries accomplish their cause. In no way is Jesus gone, the Holy Ghost is still around doing amazing things.

As always- None of my statements are evaluated by the FDA.

My advice is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases unless prescribed by a health practitioner. All information is provided for educational purposes only and should not replace the advice of your medical doctor.

(but your medical doctor will probably end up killing you )
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Old February 11th, 2006, 03:49 PM   #42
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I was christian for a short while, I grew up with my Jewish dad and Mormon mother, each fighting over which religion we should follow. Of course my dad won most of the arguments, but I never truly believed in either religion, my mom became a non denominational christian in the late 90s, and thats when my mom left my dad and we moved, I started going to a non denom. christian church, went for a few years, too the youth group with my friends, there were times when I really did believe what was being said, but I was so....hurt, that the kids at the church, were just...hypocrites, and the members, all of them, they were tainted, I went to quite a few different churches, and every single one of them, I could just feel the falsity. I never agreed with worshiping Jesus, when I pointed out to the youth leader that Jesus himself said not to worship him, when I did a small sermon explaining that jesus came to teach the law of God and that I felt we were drawing away from worshiping God, that Jesus wasnt to be worshiped. They told me that I was wrong, so i told them that there bible contridicted the old testiment, but why listen to either, for both said things that just didnt work in todays age. they asked me not to return, I didnt want to. I tried following the word of God, spoken threw jesus, the prophit, who himself never claimed to be the messiah. SO why we say he is is beyond me. He himself said not to worship him, so why we do is beyond me. he said not to judge, but we still do, he said to love others, but theres a seperation, a hate of groups, gays, races, sexes, democrates, republicans. A suttle hate, that grows, because of our intolerence. Jesus tought tolerence, and we twisted his words. One day, about two years ago. In december, I was lying on my bed, and I just thought, I don't believe in Jesus, Hes not the messiah. I had been reading the bilbe, obsessing over it, I have studyed the book to the bone, and many other books, from many other religions. For about a year, thats all I did, I came home and just obsessed over religions. Just read and watched and learned. And then, december a year ago I came to the conclusion, that if god was real, i wouldnt have to worry, because I do not judge people, I try to be tolerent, and accepting, and I try to love others. I do not think Jesus was the messiah, because I don't think there ever will be one. i think Jesus was one of the last Prophits, and god spoke threw him, and I think Jesus tought great things, that we as man have twisted into rules when we should just look at them stright forward. I think that If we looked at what jesus thought weather then Who he was, we could avoid these deadly conflicts.


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Old February 15th, 2006, 06:53 PM   #43
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God hates me.

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Old February 15th, 2006, 07:00 PM   #44
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God doesnt hate you, God loves everyone.

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Old February 15th, 2006, 07:01 PM   #45
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God hates me.
i doubt it. i dont belive that god exists

although you might have it bad in terms of one thing (ie, being a Schizo or something, and prehaps a lot more)

but if you look at in terms of 'life karma' i belive that most people have a pretty balanced life, if not, spirit.

You personally may think you're hated by 'god', but if everyone else but god LIKES, no, loves you, then i think that's better.

I certainly have respect for you, as do most.
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Old February 22nd, 2006, 05:02 PM   #46
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I'm agnostic. I'm into a lot of scientific stuff. If Adam and Eve were the first people then what happened to man kind during the time of the dinosaurs? Were they just walking around there like on the Flinstones? I don't think that the bible makes any sense. All the gospels contradict each other in many ways. How are we suppose to know who is right? It just doesn't add up. There may be an answer *i.e. God* to some people, but where is the equation? I use to be methodist and I tried but it never made sense so I found something that did. Science and evidence that they have actually found. There is no proof of any God whatsoever. Although there may not be proof that there is no God at all I'm leaning towards science at the moment.
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Old February 22nd, 2006, 06:58 PM   #47
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I'm not very religous, but I do believe in God and that He sent His son to save us. I altar serve, and I'm a Roman Catholic.
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