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It's cool. I don't know if you believe what you said - sm

Posted: Nov 8th, 2018 - 5:15 pm In Reply to: You're right - I'm not

but please know that Christians don't condemn people who don't believe as they do. If anything, we pray for them even harder. Whether or not another person repents of their sins and comes to Christ does not change the fact that I have been forgiven and will live with the Lord for eternity in heaven. It is the love of Christ in us that moves us to pray for the salvation of everyone so they, too, can enjoy that wonderful gift instead of suffering the only other alternative. If you had been cured of a terminal illness, I'm guessing you would want to share that cure with every single person who had that illness, too. You would know that there would be no need for them to suffer senselessly anymore. Even if they refused to accept the cure, you would still be healthy. However, it makes sense that you would want THEM to be healthy, too.

It is true that it is not the only belief system, but Christianity is the only belief system where God effects reconciliation with man. No other belief system claims that, and no one other than the Lord Jesus Christ COULD do that. What a relief that the work has already been done for us. We're all sinners and have all fallen short of the glory of God. We can't make ourselves "good enough." All we have to do is trust in Him for our salvation. Jesus, who knew no sin, was made to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.

It is the most precious gift there is.


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