what examples can you give me that makes you a god fearing woman?
Do they talk bad about other people? do they judge? do they look down? do they say a woman is not a mother because she gave her child up for adoption???
by Tamara 2 years ago
I would like to know what Christians think fearing God means.I am open to any ideas seeing as I am a bit unsure of what is meant do to varying statements within the bible. Mind you, I have read the bible but the one I read does not have verse, chapter etc. At least not in an easy to understand way....
by proton66 7 years ago
Generally, Christians and Jews seem to regard Muslims as too out of the ordinary yet, they seem more God-fearing. Among other things, they seem more thankful to "Allah" by praying morning and evening, and value modesty.
by kwade tweeling 7 years ago
It has always struck me as odd that "God fearing" is considered a good thing. I was raised Christian. It is my understanding from my studies and conversations with others that God is all about love and forgiveness. Yet here we are with so many people saying that you should fear God. It...
by kirstenblog 7 years ago
Back in my catholic school days we were taught that God judges all of us, supposedly on the Judgment Day. My question was, what makes an all powerful perfect being able to judge an imperfect and powerless being? How can such a being fairly judge those with limitations s/he could never possibly...
by Nique 2 years ago
What makes some people think that they have the right to judge another person?Could they have a "god" complex?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What makes so many religionists contend that atheists & other non-traditionalists are evil whilecontending that their religiosity makes them morally superior people, even going as far as refusing to acknowledge that there are religionists who hide behind their religion to excuse their...
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