Does believing in God really...
Does believing in God really make me narrow minded for just choosing one religion? I don’t believe in God as just a being. He is love. He is forgiveness. He is peace. He is mercy. He is kindness. He is much more than just a being. I don’t believe in religion, I chose to be apart of one. People who believe in many religions simply don’t accept truth. None of them match perfectly, that’s why choosing one is logical. Being a Christian does not make me “narrow- minded” or perfect in any way. I wake up some mornings and wonder what I’m thinking. But the truth is that unlike other religions. I FEEL God. I know he’s there. When I talk to him, I hear Him. He lives up to his Word. It’s ME that is fallible. So, does believing in a God that made and holds all things into being still make me narrow- minded? Does dabbling in other religions and finally coming to God make me narrow- minded? Why would you not want to believe in someone like God, who is ALL good. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his will.”
There are no such things as Atheists. Even they believe that if the sun does not shine, it will one day, because there is a sun. They believe that if they sit down, a chair is there to hold them, and even if it slides out from under them, they will sit down again. They look outside and believe that nature exists. That in that nature, there are cells and molecules and in believing that, it’s science. I don’t have enough faith to be an atheist. Because by believing in nothing, they believe in something.
God loves all, and is all good. He is not war. He is not pain. He is not abuse. He is not murder. He is not your preacher. He is God. He is satisfied with himself completely and could never be killed. The grave could not hold him, and we cannot deny him. Believe.