I believe in God and in heaven but not hell.
I believe in material things.
I don't believe in time travel and i don't believe a nation's flag is on the moon.
What do you believe in?
You must believe in something.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Hell is for sinners

and murderous sickos.
and creepy pedophiles.
First of all, this isn't a Give-Your-Life-To-Christ-Now-Or-Else Speech.
This is just a fragment of my current stream of thought.

I believe in God but i rebel against him everyday.
What is this sin we have surrounded ourselves in?
People seem to think there a lesser sins and greater sin.

James Holmes (Dark Knight Shooter) is going to hell right? everyone seems to think so.
I mean, he killed all those people, he deserves to, right? RIGHT?? Because murder is a sin and everyone believes that killing is a sin.

Fornication/Adultery is a sin!
Lying is a sin!!
Not keeping the sabbath holy is a sin!

These are the most common sins we indulge in, day after day after day.
We are the devils little freedom fighters!

I just listened to the dumbest argument ever, where someone i'm ashamed to call my friend boldly said "God has to understand our generation is different and times have changed. Sex and white lies should be okay"

Excuse me?
Yes our generation is different, yes times have changed.
Do you not notice that even over thousand years after the supposed events of the bible took place,
after all these years of change and evolution, the 10 basic commandments instructed to us by Moses (as given to him by God) still hold large ethical value in society?
If a murderer is a sinner (which he is)
then you my dear, are a sinner too.
God does not 'understand' that you cannot control your lust.

Before i get too worked out about this, i'll end here, I am not particularly calling anyone a sinner ( for those that believe in and worship God, we are all sinners. I am a sinner too and i am not proud of it.

All i'm trying to say is that I just think that all the sins in the 10 commandments bear equal weight.
The ramble ends here.

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