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Comment from: Oui Oui Oui [Visitor] Email
This post is blasphemy!
04/09/08 @ 09:01
Comment from: Turner in Midland [Visitor] Email
Wolfrum. The human side of me wants to tell you that I hope someone gives you some icewater where you're headed. But, to be true to the faith, I honestly am heart broken at you're being lost as the day is long... Deep down, every human has that yearning or at least a knowledge in their heart...that there is something greater than themselves out there, a creator. Some waste their lives trying to fill that void; drugs, alcohol, sex, money, power, fame, you name it. But deep down, in only the places YOU know your mind and heart goes...you are lost and you've wondered at times, if even to yourself...."there must be more to this life than this..." You know its true. You can admit it. The bible talks about that void that is instilled into every human, God put it there. Be honest with yourself...and your profession and stop ridiculing others for their beliefs. I just hope and pray you seek and find...before you take your last breath here in this plane...
04/10/08 @ 00:21
Comment from: William K. Wolfrum [Member] Email
Turner,

Regardless of my own personal beliefs - which are much much more despised than yours - I do appreciate your comment. In all seriousness.

Bill
04/10/08 @ 09:43
Comment from: Alan Brookshire [Visitor] Email
It's unimaginable how you would ever think that God should be blamed for a professional golfer missing a putt.Furthermore, do we blame God because Satan tempted Eve to give Adam the forbidden fruit? No I don't think so...We live in an imperfect world therefore nothing will ever be perfect, Zack Johnson want make every putt and neither did Michael Jordan make every shot.Instead, Christians choose to look at the bad things or negative things in life and make some good out of it becasue we are in an imperfect world. This is called abiding by Gods word, because we understand that God uses every bad for our good and thats what makes the world a better place to live. We would rather focus on the good air that God gave us and thanking him for another day of life than to live life clinging to all the and negative things that can happen, could you imagine how carzy we would all be."And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28. This is God'swill for Zach's life and God bless him for stand firm. Amen.
08/10/09 @ 16:44

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