Genetically Predisposed to Find FaithWritten by Arthur Levine
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When you strip away your inhibitions you will discover that you are a good and worthwhile person who is entitled to have faith. You are entitled to feel good about yourself. God gave us our imaginations, which allow us to worship him in any way that we believe is right. God in his infinite wisdom gave us right to make choices. He must have known what he was doing.
Try and strip away your inhibitions and imagine how wonderful it would be to have faith in Almighty without any preconditions. Try and imagine that God in his wisdom allows natural evolution of nature to take its course as part of creation of his grand design. Try and believe in that which we cannot see or understand. Try to use your imagination to listen to words of Lord so that you may begin to understand.
Are you deep down in your heart a faith seeker? Do you hunger to have more faith? Are you willing to strip away your inhibitions and use your imagination to help you find more faith in one Supreme Being? You donít have to be hesitant anymore. You are not alone in your quest to find more faith. You donít have to be afraid to have your desire to become a person of faith exposed. We are all stripped naked in eyes of God. We are all creatures of his divine creation. We can all become people of faith. We can all learn to express our faith in God.
Arthur Levine, Faith Builder Imaginator, is the author of The Magic of Faith, which can be previewed at http://www.Faith123.com.
Rapture or Place of Safety?Written by David Ben-Ariel
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However, Word of God reveals that God has chosen, in His infinite wisdom, that some righteous, that some merciful brethren, will rest in peace in grave, saved from dreadful times we're about to enter (Isa. 57:1-2). Regardless, we're to encourage one another that Father knows best, that He knows how to take care of His Family, that He has all arrangements under control for our sojourn in Wilderness, Place that Providence shall provide, and to rest assured that God's good creation awaits our arrival and will meet all our needs! (Isa. 35).
David Ben-Ariel, an American author who has travelled widely and who has lived throughout Israel, shares a special focus on the Middle East and great interest in Jerusalem, reflected in hard-hitting articles that help others improve their understanding of that troubled region. Check out www.benariel.com