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  • Re: The devil loves you

    Fosheezy wrote: »
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    I guess I'm the type of person to question things thoroughly before I believe in it, but I agree many things about life are great, without a doubt. I'm sure you can understand though why many people remain skeptical about the Christian viewpoint, it seems there's more questions then answers when I think about the Christian view. Maybe I have unrealistic ideas of what a god is supposed to be, but otherwise I don't see any evidence the Bible god is a real god at all. It seems just as active as my dead guinea pigs.

    I get that. It's all gravy. As long as you not like some ppl that go around purposely lying about the facts.

    I be praying that ppl come to their senses about the word but if a person won't be honest with themselves it's hard...it's like something ppl refuse to do these days it seem.

    Maybe your mind is completely made up already. I had a couple friends like that....some of them I'm no longer friends with. Not because I did anything wrong to them but just because my strong held biblical views...but at least I know the reason they don't wanna be friends isn't because I wasn't being real with em

    Yeah I got friends who are Christian and it's a shame you lost some friends over your beliefs, but I wouldn't stop respecting someone just because they have different religious beliefs then me. My homegirl (the chick on my avy) is herself Christian and sometimes after smoking weed she likes to get a little preachy on me, and she knows exactly how I feel about the Bible god but respect is respect.

    As far as my mind being made up, as I've said throughout this thread and others ones, I'm open to a god proving itself to me. But if my basic questions about life can't be answered, then my mind will remain closed to the Bible and whatever stories are in it. Believe it or not I myself prayed when I was younger to have my faith be increased, but all I felt was silence. Being honest with myself, I decided I can't believe what I don't see or feel. But congrats on being able to feel the Bible god's presence lol

    I appreciate that you question stuff though. Questioning is good, but it's better when someone around that know the right answer that can quickly help, since Christianity is a religion of teaching. and in the Bible it teach that belief (faith) is necessary, but that belief is based on "hearing" the truth. which Jesus said the word of God is (actually) truth...truth is what people really hungry for. majority of what is taught in mainstream CHristianity is watered down versions of this truth...it's missing the nutrients and substance. therefore it doesn't produce a true 'hearing' (understanding) in the ears of many non-christians with questions..and for many is probably why it lead to disbelief. gotta go to the source to get the real deal. Society and mainstream Christianity is not teaching yall how to fish.

    But i'm not gonna get too deep in the game, i'ma leave it alone for now. lol.

    I actually went to Catholic school when I was younger, went to one for about 10 years, elementary and first two years of high school, so I know the Bible very, very well. I've read it over and over and while I was always questioning things then, I was at one point a Christian.

    I've read it and I gotta be honest, many parts of the Bible disgusted me. There seem to be too many lies in it, remember what Jesus said about prayer? Didn't he say he'd come back "quickly"? 2,000 plus years later, nothing is going on. Million year old grudges? Nevermind the ridiculous things the Old Testament supports, the more I read it, the more I realized the Bible god is some kind of nutcase, not a reasonable being.

    I do agree mainstream Christianity is watered down, but that's because Christianity and the Bible have lost a ton of influence worldwide. If it wasn't for European colonization and them destroying the cultures and religions of millions around the world, a ton of people wouldn't even be Christian right now. Think about that.
    @kingblaze84
    As for what Jesus said about prayer, not sure what verse you referring to...I assume you mean the verse where Jesus says if you ask anything in his name he will do it? The key to understanding this is in the meaning of 'in his name'. In his name means with his permission.

    Jesus saying he will come "quickly" if u referring to verses in Revelation the key is in the meaning of 'quickly'. It's translated from the Greek word "tachu". It don't necessarily mean "shortly" or "soon". It can also mean by surprise, or all of a sudden, which is consistent with other verses about the 2nd coming. It's the same word translated here: "As soon as she heard that, she arose quickly and came to Him" (John 11:29)

    Mentioning European colonization occurring doens't explain the reasoning why every individual choose Christianity as their religion of choice, plus it's purely hypothetical to imply that Christianity still wouldn't have spread if not for European colonization.

    Jesus still lied his ass off though several times, assuming the writers of the Bible even knew what Jesus was saying. How many years was the Bible written after Jesus' death in various books, 50 to 80 years?? It's possible Jesus never even said these things but supposedly, he is quoted as saying this about prayer....

    "Truly I say to you, if you have faith and do not doubt, you will not only do what was done to the fig tree, but even if you say to this mountain, `Be taken up and cast into the sea,' it will happen. "And all things you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive." (Matthew 21:21-22 NAS)

    Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened. (Matthew 7:7-8 NAB)


    These are just outright, boldfaced lies, and it calls into question everything else written there. The verses speak for itself, EVERYONE who asks and SEEKS, the door WILL be opened. Umm, that hasn't happened for many around the world and I actually called out to Jesus on this very forum about a year ago, nothing happened.

    I'm sure the translators who mentioned Jesus coming "quickly" knew what they were doing, didn't divine inspiration make the Bible? Is the Bible full of human mistakes? What kind of "divine" book is this? Perhaps we should just admit the Bible is a man made book, full of human errors as any other book. The translation argument always hurts Christians because it makes it obvious the Bible was written by faulty humans, how can the book ever be trusted then.
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  • Re: DMX unconscious due to potential OD?

    nujerz84 wrote: »
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    MoralOral wrote: »
    X is top 5 DOA, if there was a hiphop hall of fame, X would be first ballot

    Why u lying

    top 5 nah first ballot hof yes

    Really so u saying he'd be inducted 1st

    Not first, first ballot its evident you don't know shit about sports and how HOF works.

    Never claimed to be a sports fan nor will I pretend to be. Only sport I rock with is UFC and other mixs martial arts


    Some true crackkka shit

    LOL I was kind of thinking the same thing
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  • Re: Nicki Minaj aint even claiming ya boy in the streets? (Possible Chatty Pat)

    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Gee blood pressure be over 160 every time he type. nigga see a post & be having to go outside for air, so he won't kill himself

    This is how I imagine Gee during his rants

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    LOL.......I imagine the same thing
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  • Re: Mobb Deep - Drop A Gem On 'Em

    _Goldie_ wrote: »
    Hit Em Up>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    No question about it, 2pac ethered them with just a few lines
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  • Re: Best Comedian of Alltime Tournament Preliminary Thread

    My top 10 all time

    1) Chris Tucker (Rush Hour as a franchise is GOAT comedy wise, funny standup acts when he was younger)

    2) Kevin Hart (stand up legend and all his movies are funny)

    3) Chris Rock

    4) Eddie Murphy

    5) Jim Carey

    6) Rodney Dangerfield

    7) Martin Lawrence

    8) Damon/Shawn Wayans tied

    9) Richard Pryor

    10) Jaleel White (yeah I said it)
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