Tag: religion

Living With Uncertainty

In the Bible App, today, the question was posed, “What about eternal life encourages you today?” Of the three options given, I chose, “I will have perfect community with God.”  This is because, for me, the trauma of living in this realm is the uncertainty of life, its […]

The More I Think About Hell…

Lately, the more I think about hell, the more I question the idea of God. It’s a strange thing for a Christian to say, especially one who once held strongly and taught much about hell previously. But the truth is, I haven’t felt much like a Christian, in […]

We Don’t See It That Way…

Dear Lord, I’ve been reading about Your prophesies through Isaiah concerning the Hebrews. I know You were very upset with them for disobeying Your commandments. I know You only promised them Your protection and prosperity if they obeyed. But they forsook You and went after other gods… You […]

Is There A Right Way To Pray?

The Muslims pray to Allah, five times daily, with their faces turned towards Mecca.  They recite traditional prayers that have been the same for centuries.  I am not so familiar with their Faith to talk about their other methods of worship, which I would imagine and hope includes […]