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Re: How to justify pagan roots?

Posted by rayww on January 12, 2004, at 15:03:51

In reply to Re: How to justify pagan roots? rayww, posted by Miss Honeychurch on January 12, 2004, at 12:19:21

Have you studied the evidence and witnesses?

For the record, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints testifies that Jesus is the very Christ, not of pagan roots, but the literal son of God. Many other churches so testify. But I agree, many have falsly claimed to be the Christ. The scriptures forewarn of that.

Emotion, feelings, and passion get in the way of truth. Lest we all forget, me included, the spirit is not an emotion, a passion, or a feeling. The spirit is the Holy Ghost, an actual, literal real personage of spirit, whose sole role it is to testify of the real Jesus Christ. Everyone has access to this witness if they sincerely want to know, but it takes faith, belief, sincerity you know. That's why I ask about evidence and witnesses. Jesus Christ is not just a fable or someone's wild guess. Will the real Jesus please stand up and be counted? Why wait till he appears in the clouds to know for sure? That takes no faith. And the purpose of faith is to know the real Jesus "before" he comes.




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