What are your reasons for believing in a God? Why do you think one exists?
When you meet someone for the first time and they leave an eternal impression on you.! Well if I had not have meet Him on the way to work one morning then I would try to answer out of my head with reason, but you can not explain emotion and feelings and freedom from strain with reason. When you meet Him you just Know. He can do so much in seconds for you that 10 years of concelling won't ever do. Questions fall off like dirt in a shower, you leave just knowing and seeing from a different being.
Hope you meet soon
to your victory Tony
Dude, there are so many hubs that answer that question that it's unbelievable. There are so many people here at hubpages that clog up the answers section with this exact type of question that it's amazing.
Sry wesman. When i created the question, the "Has your question answered?" thing that pops up didn't list my question.
The only thing I can say to you is that I believe in a pair of Gods because I have talked to them. I don't believe in forcing religion on anyone, but I believe that everyone should have some kind of philosephy in life, though it may take a lot of time to find a path you believe in. Other than that, there's not much to say.
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by secularist105 years ago
Let the madness begin.
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I've heard so much in the forums about believing and not believing in Religion or God, being atheist or religious or agnostic and so forth, I've just got confused that is there anyone out there concerned about the role...
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