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Author Topic:   Conversations with God
Jon
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Message 4 of 382 (373203)
12-31-2006 3:09 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Phat
12-31-2006 12:51 PM


I used to pray, no more. But when I did, I do not recall any excact or precise answers. I do know, that generally when I prayed, it was in attempt to keep some sort of natural disaster from befalling my family or me.

No disaster ever came, however, no disaster has ever come even after I stopped praying, and stopped believing altogether. Yet, I do know that prayer has made me feel better in the past, despite my non-belief in a deity named I AM ;).

J0N


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Jon
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Message 54 of 382 (710948)
11-13-2013 8:37 AM
Reply to: Message 53 by Phat
11-13-2013 6:01 AM


Re: Belief and Sanity
I guess that my point is that belief does not get the respect that it deserves these days.

Why does belief deserve any respect? And what kind of respect does it deserve?


Love your enemies!

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