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No hateration just Salvation
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When Christians question you about your lifestyles they are not trying to be mean. We just love you too much to let you die and burn in hell. Especially since God saved us all by sacrificing Jesus his only begotten son to save our sins. And if you don't believe in a God then look at the sky. Look at all of creation. Man could NEVER in a million years make any of that. That's why scientists spend most of their lifetime simply trying.
If you believe me and would like to open your heart and commit your life to the Lord, the mighty Creator then just pray these words and actually mean them:
Lord I repent my sins, and turn away from this wicked world. Come into my heart Lord. I know that you sent Jesus your only begotten son to save me Lord, and I thank You Father. From this point on I want to recommit my life to you and be born again. I know that only Your blood can wash away my sins. I know that only You can make me whole again. In the Mighty name of Jesus, from this day on I will have no other master and serve only You. Amen.
Now let's say you don't believe me: If you think I'm wrong, what do you have to lose if I am wrong? Nothing. However if I'm right and you die without salvation, you miss out on eternal life and are in danger of the fire and eternal damnation. Not trying to be rude, I just don't have the type of faith to be wrong in that state.
Regardless God loves you whether you got saved at an early age, or whether you made a lot of mistakes in your past. Never be afraid to call on Him. Please post back if you have any questions. I am very passionate about my faith.
, Chesapeake, VA, United States , Christian , Black/African American , Straight , Lower middle class, Passionate
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in stetson's question he says " Why do you always have to 'save' me from damnation? Just let me live my life how I choose." and you literally responded by doing the exact opposite. doesn't that seem cruel? he's not asking to be saved. hes asking to be accepted. and ,like myself, he seems to understand and respect your belief. is it so much to ask for the same in return?
, Tampa, FL, United States , 24 , Male , Atheist , White/Caucasian , Straight
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