Most preachers talk about what God did and can do but we have not seen those things happening.Its all theorised.
During the apostle time, people beleived because signs and wonders accompanied what was preached. Why is our generation of believers prove what they say with signs and wonders. I havent met anyone who rose from the dead, a blind person now seeing, etc. I only hear of some miracle happening somewhere....i doubt these stories.
God exists period. If you cant see God in your life dont blame the preacher. Do your homework and you can experience God in a personal and practical way.
by Don W 5 years ago
When someone is passionate about a cause, they try to persuade others to join it. Indeed that's often what demonstrates they are passionate about it. So why shouldn't Christians who are passionate about their cause, try to persuade people to join that cause, just like political parties, charities,...
by ngureco 5 years ago
Should Women Be Pastors? Should Women Preach?
by Ruby 2 years ago
Why do atheists preach against God but hate when believers preach about Him?Atheists think Christians are foolish. Well it has been a long time & God has not been proven false! I constantly hear them preach against the Lord yet get angry when Christians preach to them. This is the...
by aka-dj 7 years ago
I was sent an email with this.I thought it might be worth sharing here.let's hear what you all think.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d8fV7ONAxM
by mattheos 4 years ago
Are you a Christian who believes in healing?Personally, I do. But for some reason, there is a debate in the church about whether God still wants to heal us today. I don't understand why someone would believe that Jesus would be willing to heal physical sicknesses and diseases when He was here on...
by Eric Dierker 4 years ago
OH!! No not your kind. Sorry not your kind. Oops not your kind either. Calling all Christians that think just like me!!That is the kind of Malarkey we are seeing these days. Wild assertions of "then you are not a real Christian". A notion that one or two verses in the Bible determine our...
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