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Faith, Trust And Believe

Last year I had a dream of a fiels with a horizon 3 crosses and lots of people running and some on the ground I was trying to control them and I would tell them to repent ther where W2 men beside me....this year in August I had a dream of13.33 , on October 4 I hadexperienced on my break outside in a parking lot something very magnificant. I saw 2 doves above me asked God what he was trying to tell me so now my body started to walk towards a tree and the tree was glowing inmensely I stood underneath it and there was a complete silence then my phone while ine my hand suddenly showed a image it said don't look up. Then it said 11.12.2010 n then an image of a city that was being destroyed like a cataclysm, then after it said communication...after I went thru that my whole body felt an inmense heat come upon me and a tinglesensation...that afternoon I walked to the lake sat down and all the ducks just came to me and made a huge circle around me it was like if they where percieving something there was about 30 ducks all still around me..It will be a day that has marked my life forever.

jezali jezali 31-35 1 Response Nov 1, 2010

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Try, just for a moment, to look at Christianity with the same amount of healthy skepticism that you used when approaching, dreams and fairly-tails. Use your common sense to ask some very simple questions of yourself:<br />
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* Is there any physical evidence that Jesus existed? - No. He left no trace. His body "ascended into heaven." He wrote nothing down. None of his "miracles" left any permanent evidence. There is, literally, nothing.<br />
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* Is there any reason to believe that Jesus actually performed these miracles, or that he rose from the dead, or that he ascended into heaven? - There is no more of a reason to believe this than there is to believe in dreams.<br />
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* You mean to tell me that I am supposed to believe this story and there is no proof or evidence to go by beyond a few attestations in the New Testament of a Bible that is provably meaningless? - Yes, you are supposed to believe it. You are supposed to take it on "faith." <br />
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No one (besides little kids) believes in fair-tails or dreams. No one outside the Christian faith believes in Jesus' divinity, miracles, resurrection, etc.<br />
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Therefore, the question I would ask you to consider right now is simple: Why is it that some human beings think they can detect dooms day through dreams with complete certainty. But they cannot detect the fairy tales that underpin their own faith? Why do they believe their chosen fairy tale with unrelenting passion and reject the others as nonsense?