With all of the hoopla about Christianity and God, there has to be a definite path for comprehending the magnitude of them both. The word of God is factual and available to understanding the vast knowledge of God’s will. Jesus understood them all too well as He avoided the temptation of encountering the subjects. Every book you read is because you chose to or needed to, having a desire to know and understand the contents. The same applies to the Bible, which is the Word of God. You grasp the message and believe in the author’s descriptions of his characters, the plots and the truth about what he or she is saying.
It amazes me how we tend to uphold and embrace some of the weirdest and no progressive work around, to find ourselves doubting the one who created us, and remains to be an award winning author. I thought on how the majority of people can quote or repeat books of authors who we seldom know or will ever get to know. You believe and obey fables, fairy tales and characters that are so off and you hardly know or understand God. He laid down His life giving proven “facts” of living for all.
I have become saddened and weary, trying to understand our purpose of reading the Bible, if we are not going to believe it, in its entirety. The present debate and uproar about same-sex marriages, being free from sin, everybody is doing something wrong and the likes of such debates, are one thing but when compared to what God requires, would make it all unrighteous and wrong. We are to love people but when those people, whoever they may be, have made a decision to violate the principles ofGod, you continue to love them but hate the violation. The perpetrator has made their decision to ignore God’s will, in order to satisfy their desires, longings and to appease the populists.
The scriptures are very adamant and plain about the above topics and there are no gray areas at all. We have sought ways to alter and tailor certain scriptures, as well as traditions, to accommodate the desires of people. My position on the topics, especially the sin issue would probably have one to believe that I am sardonic in thinking. Well let me help you to get the picture I’m painting. If everyone is doing wrong even if one thing, what is the purpose of salvation; for even a sinner may be involved in just one thing? What separates the sinner from the saint? A confession of accepting Christ, could be done by anyone, including the vilest of individual and yet remain with the one fault. If there is an all powerful, nothing impossible and flawless spirit that you possess, how is it that it has no power to sustain you?