I think doubts are normal from time to time. Even the most faithful people, I believe, have doubts on occasion. I believe there are some memoirs, etc. where even Mother Theresa, on rare occasion, had doubts.
The apostle Thomas is nicknamed Doubting Thomas because he did not, at first, believe it was the risen Christ. However, after he stuck his hands into Christ's crucifixtion wounds he believed and his faith was complete.
I don't doubt God's love per se but wonder about things like-- when lots of children die in a mudslide in the Philippines because their school gets buried...or something like that---I wonder why God allows that to happen.
Never, ever! It is my only constant, I do, however, get so busy, with myself, that I fail to embrace it.
Never...not even for a moment! "God SO loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life." John 3:16 And consider this, "But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us." Romans 6:8 I could never doubt His love at all nor will I ever stop loving Him!
by Melissa F. Bennet 6 years ago
How do you find faith when all you have is doubt? How do you dismiss the doubt and just believe?
by Disappearinghead 5 years ago
Does hell contradict God's love?If you believe God will send people to hell was David lying when he said "For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations."?For hell to exist then God's love must expire upon death for the unbeliever and...
by nightwork4 5 years ago
what makes people think they are feeling god's love?if believers are feeling god's love what are happy content athiests feeling?
by M. T. Dremer 2 years ago
Have you ever experienced doubts about your religious beliefs?
by marty1968 8 years ago
Athiest are very misled. Who will Agree
by Peeples 5 years ago
Christians do you believe all sin is equal?This morning I received a text from a christian friend stating that sin was sin. She was implying that a rapist is equal to his victim in god's eyes if the victim doesn't forgive because they are both sinning. Is this the common Christian belief?
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