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Brand Selvia

How do you cover faith?

Posted Thursday, March 5, 2020, at 1:46 PM
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  • When I first read your Blog I will admit I was a little angry. When you said you were "hoping he would speak practically". You reflect that if someone speaks about their faith that this is not practical. But I must say I am sorry.

    I am sorry that there are people that do not have this way of life of knowing God and living their lives with him. I forget that there are people out there that have not excepted Christ so to work, live or talk about him makes them feel uncomfortable and they think people will not enjoy or even dislike what they say or do. One should never feel bad about talking about God. It is not a belief that we have it is real and it is practical and it is the way of life and I wish everyone had the same thing. I challenge you and anyone else that feels uncomfortable to investigate this God thing and interview some great teachers of Faith and see how it can change your life and the way you think and act. I am sorry that no one has shown you, and this is something we as Christians are all demanded to do so it is us that have failed and are sorry for.

    Tyler's message of inspiration is not about the cancer it is about the gift that he was given by knowing his God and that is a great gift that he wanted everyone to feel.

    Life is a big race, called the Human race. The race ends in victory for everyone that during their race finds God as we end the race in his arms. Tyler won his race and we are all still running to the finish line! Now that's Practical!

    -- Posted by Bee whisperer on Fri, Mar 6, 2020, at 10:43 AM
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    This blog and the article that inspired it were very well done.

    I don't believe that there is any reason for the Trent family to see it as anything other than respectful, and yes, I think you did do his message justice.

    Faith is a complete confidence in something not provable.

    For people like the Trent family, Bee Whisperer, and myself; we place faith in God and Jesus and the promise given found in the Bible.

    But even the atheists have faith.

    It's just a difference of opinion on what we each see as the eternity that awaits us when this life is over.

    -- Posted by dreadpirateroberts on Fri, Mar 6, 2020, at 3:04 PM
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