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  • Good post. I’m enjoying eidarng this, and you speak so much truth in this. I worry about people who say they have been saved and washed in the blood, and never have a good word to say about anyone. They have the preacher and his wife for dinner, and then talk about them when their gone. They always complain about the preaching, Sunday School teachings, the way you dress, or don’t dress, its just on and on.May God bless you as you write

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  • You could certainly see your skills in the paintings you write. The arena hopes for even a lot more passionate writers like you who aren’t afraid to mention how they believe. All the time go after your heart.

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  • A recent Gallup poll shows that 69 percent of Americans believe they will go
    somewhere after death.

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  • I read your article while I was at work, so I had to come back to it when I got home. I reread it I learned more the second time.

  • That can be a difficult one to aenswr. I have come to believe that the overall message of the Bible is to love. To love in a deeply caring and compassionate way as opposed to a possessing, controlling, or manipulative way.Someone helping another, for example, out of sheer compassion and concern for another’s physical, mental, even Spiritual suffering, is probably doing God’s will. Any other motive has to be questoned: Is this what I want, or what God wants? Can I be sure? If this works, who benefits? Am I being loving and compassionate, or arrogant and judging? Whose comfort and happiness is being served here, his/hers or mine? Am I following God’s law of compassion, forgiveness, non-judgement, and selfless love? We may never be sure we’re right, but perhaps acting, or speaking, out of no-strings-attached love is better than not acting or speaking at all.The true prophet is loving, kind, generous, forgiving, compassionate but above all REALISITIC and HONEST. That’s what makes it hard! And why prophets are often unpopular.

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