Have you lost it completely?Jesus responds to peoples' prayers.
Unbelief and anxiety is the background of all SIN.
It is ONLY fixed by the GOSPEL. It comes to your heart.
A person no longer has to fill in the void in his/her life with all sorts of temptations and sins. That emptiness is not filled in by earning more $, or getting fitter, bigger, stronger, or going on the latest live-forever diet, or alcohol, drugs, or making mates happy.
Dare I say you have. Lost IT. Your faith. That is all that matters here.Have you lost it completely?
Of course you are, i have never argued against. The point being, you are extremely biased and blinded by 'faith'Dare I say you have. Lost IT. Your faith. That is all that matters here.
I am convinced by peoples' need for the gospel, and I can not go through life keeping it to myself, when i see so much misery, heartache, despair, and even suicide amidst us.
It comes from 'empathy' and not gospel. Why would you ignore the horrible verses in the Bible despite Yehwah/Jesus advocating it? violence against children? do you agree to smash the heads of your enemies children against the stone? you wouldn't despite Yehwah saying you should. Where do you get that morality from? Not bible for sure. How am i good person? despite rejecting your faith? on the other hand i can show misery inflicted by christians on the whole world (colonisation, slavery etc) that leads to mass suffering till day.When I see monsters being able to become people of compassion and love, yes, I am utterly convinced.
So, we are to assume the majority of our population are dumb campaigners?We asked Australians if they believe in God or the supernatural. Here's what they said - ABC News
- In an interview in 2005, the poet Les Murray was asked how comfortable he felt with being "an eccentric Australian voice, a rural poet speaking for an urban culture, a Roman Catholic speaking for a largely secular people". He responded:I just speak as I am. I am a Catholic and I don't believe that other people are necessarily secular. I think that intellectuals are mostly secular or are required to pretend that they are. But broader people are very varied …
- Overall, 69.7 per cent of respondents said they either believed in or were open to the existence of the soul, with 14.7 per cent unsure, 5.7 per cent thinking it unlikely, and 9.9 per cent saying they do not believe it exists.