If you are Christian....
9 Apr 09
I am a christian and I like my religion so much. In fact it is more of a personal relationship with God. As a christian I have a very personal God who answers my prayers and very real in my daily life. Jesus is an ever present help in all troubles and dangers of life. God is my Father who provides for all our needs. Jesus is my one great friend and He will remain uncomparable.
10 Apr 09
I Am not a Christian.. :) I am a Hindu. :) I wonder about the concept of Confession in Christianity.. People do all sorts of Sins and go to church and confess and get pardoned and washed of their sins.. Some say Even Hitler used to go to church and do the confession of his acts. So we can assume that all his sins were pardoned except the last sin in which he killed himself and could not confess for that.. If he had not killed himself, He would have been a sinless man.. What I like in my religion is that its Humanity. My religion tells the following of duties and profession is more important than worshipping God.. Even an Atheist can attain salvation, God helps Atheist even if he does not pray/worship revealing that my religion is Universal and Humanity. Check about My religion: http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/1830508.aspx
11 Apr 09
For forgiveness from God, one must show TRUE remorse, and start practicing good values. Adolf Hitler would never have been forgiven, he did not respect his neighbors, nor Love his Enemy. And if he asked for Forgiveness then did the sin again, it would not be considered TRUE remorse.
11 Apr 09
I am a Christian, a believer in the life and teaching the Christ Jesus. I belong to no church, because church is run by man, not by God. I like the morals and way of life that my religion teaches. Being kind and humble. and other such things, have a glance through Proverbs in the bible sometime. The good of Christianity is the same as the good of any other religion. A way to teach a belief system, most not all religions, are there as merely a guideline to live a good life. Cheers.