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Re: How to justify pagan roots?

Posted by Simus on January 16, 2004, at 16:19:13

In reply to Re: How to justify pagan roots? femlite, posted by Miss Honeychurch on January 16, 2004, at 13:44:23

I think it is healthy to question. It scares me when people don't question. I had my share of questions on Christianity in the past. Most have been answered but some haven't been yet. I have taken all of my questions directly to God without fear of His wrath. In time, He has proven Himself faithful and has answered my questions. I remember vividly when I had to face God and admit that even though I knew about Him, I didn't know HIM. And I had to admit that I didn't feel the love toward Him that it seemed I was supposed to have. And those are BIG issues to admit to God compared to asking whether the Bible is translated 100% accurately. It's funny how some prayers He just seems to be waiting for. I can't explain it, but the Spirit of God will lead you into all truths (in time) if you ask Him. It can be sending someone across your path to teach you. Or you might be scanning through the Bible and see something you never saw before. Or one day you just might "realize" the answer. God isn't even beyond using dreams and visions if He chooses to. But when He answers, you will KNOW that you KNOW the truth. It won't be in your head, but in your heart/spirit. I hope this helps. "ASK AND KEEP ON ASKING...SEEK AND KEEP ON SEEKING...KNOCK AND KEEP ON KNOCKING..." Luke 11:9 (Amplified)




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