I think it's very true. It is extremely difficult to verbalize the reasons for faith in one's belief. You catch a glimpse of understanding and then you try to think it through. Thoughts on truth of the spiritual are, unfortunately, as ephemeral to me, as the glimpse I got. You end up falling so short when you attempt to explain it that you laugh at yourself over how silly it sounds; just like you tend to question the sanity of anyone else's explanation.
by Glemoh1017 years ago
Are you lost some one closed to you this last year?And whats your feeling that time ?
by Keith Schroeder5 years ago
How would you approach an atheist to talk about God?The goal is to help them find faith.
by backporchstories5 years ago
It is said, that with faith we can move mountains. This got me to wondering and pondering on another angle of religion. Do we want and need Jesus so much that we manifest him into being? Most...
by David24236 years ago
I have my own beliefs in what true recovery means.I'am enjoying this true sense as well.So what do others find in the true sense of overcoming alcoholism/addiction? Is it of spirit or self?
by Cathy I11 months ago
Is there a difference between true faith and blind faith?I think true faith comes from prayer and reflection and meditation, while blind faith is believing in an individual rather than in the Word...eg: The May 21, end...
by youcanwin4 years ago
Is there any reason for not believing in Jesus Christ, the Son of God?
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