What make's you want to go and worship a statue?
Humans are creative. They can create many different Gods! In different colours and in freak ways! Amazing thing is, we worship them. WHY?
People need something to see.Christianity is spiritual and unseen which is why very few live within it's boundary of concepts.
The CROSS I S IDOLATRY and anything worship besides God Himself.Ex 20 v 4...Lev 26 v 1.....no graven images.
Not many seek true knowledge besides their own self-righteous agenda.We are small...but mighty,and a force to be reckon with.
Keep telling it like is:2 Tim 4 v 2
without some kind of symbol, religious people would feel embarrased praying to air. i though that in the bible it stated that people shouldn't pray to false idols but maybe i'm wrong.
We don't worship statues. Statues are just a symbol. We are worshiping our faith. People tend to worship stones, animals and trees. It's not the symbol, but what it conveys
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