People ask this question because God is about as real to them as Christopher columbus is to me. I’ve read about him. I know he is credited with discovering north america. And that’s about it. So is Christopher Columbus real to me? Yes. I believe he existed. But is he real to me. Not at all. He exists today as he always has-
A detail that I have memorized.
Nothing more. Because I have never met him. I have never shook his hand. Nor heard him laugh. I have never sat across from him and felt his ambience. I have never heard him speak a single word. Nor do I have any real incentive to do so.
Which is the exact same reason, the question is asked
My aim is to help others make sense of their own lives, by sharing the failures and misfortunes of mine. Misfortune and failure lead a man to the unmistakable clarity of his deception- That there is no need, nor room for God, because he himself is self sufficient, well educated, rich and capable. The more the man stays his ground, holding fast to his position- the more suffering he shall bring into his life. Suffering is the ground upon which elimination of the false occurs and perception of the Truth begins. After enough time is spent courting Misery, Pain, Humiliation, Slavery, Emptiness, one seeks to stop the bleeding. Some men prefer to bleed their way to death rather than admit their ignorance; that their way will never work. While other men, surrender, which is the beginning of knowledge. By surrendering the man does not fall, he rises and steps foot upon the path of Eternal Wisdom and Truth. It is the path that leads to Eternal Life- the pursuit of knowledge, is the pursuit of Almighty God- Man's Creator. *If you have questions, concerns, need direction, prayer, you may email me.* I do not charge for what Almighty God has given me freely. Bhines7165@gmail.com
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