Do you believe in God?

@jobmoone (442)
Philippines
February 21, 2010 4:11am CST
I'm still searching if there really a God. I am serious because this is one of the principal foundation of human way of life. I read a lot of stories, debate and religion. But should all things get well for peace with this kind of issues?
6 responses
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
21 Feb 10
I havent believed in god in many many many yrs actually and FOR ME its obviously not necessary in fact my life got better and has continued to do so since walking away from that path (Christianity)....
@jobmoone (442)
• Philippines
21 Feb 10
that's good for you. Well, its a free-will reality we have here. Hope others won't feel upset if some walk away from any religion. As long as what you say is right for you and for them...its a peace!
• Bulgaria
21 Feb 10
Yeah i believe in god afcourse. GOD can help us anad i think that averyone must believe in something. to believe in something god or something other, this can make us stronger and this can give us power and make us stronger when we are depressed or in bad mood. Everybodi must believe in something. That's important and everyone can make his or her own choise to believe in what.
@jobmoone (442)
• Philippines
21 Feb 10
Right, if one knows a weakness on itself really have to seek help for strong ones whom what faith is called for it. It is better to know where to find strength than live worrying at all.
@ydb777 (36)
• United States
3 Jul 10
If you really want to know the answer to this question, start with reading The Holy Bible. The book of John is great to start with. God is very much real, and so is heaven and hell. I would very much rather be on the right side than the wrong side when Jesus comes back for His people. If you don't believe or get saved you go to hell. If you believe you can not lose cause if there isnt a heaven or hell you're ok, but if there is, at least you know you will be in heaven.
@jhnmikala (153)
• United States
2 Jul 10
I believe in God and I believe he helps me and keeps me safe. I to have doubted and wondered if there was a real god but I always have come to the conclusion that there is.
• United States
2 Jul 10
It takes an encounter with God to believe for real. When I was a teen, I was told about God, believed it but checked into it all. The more I discovered, the less acceptable it was. God has to show himself to you before there's any true belief. That's why I have a problem with people saying faith is believing with no proof or reason - faith is trusting someone when they've proven they are trustworthy. Seems we've changed the original meaning of the word. If I believe some insane story (lots of christianity is exactly that) and attribute it to faith, it's still a meaningless, insane story. Something has to happen FIRST. We're not supposed to or required to 'work up enough faith'; it's from God in the first place. Some people are apparently not wired to know God. I don't know what to think about that; obviously they can't be held accountable if they have no such capacity. Probably they'll find out in the afterlife or some such thing. Perhaps everyone gets a chance in this life but I haven't seen that to be true. I have no way to be in everyone's head and heart so I can't say for sure.
• United States
22 Apr 10
Yes, I believe in God. But I also feel it's important to identify the "God" I believe in! The One I serve is Jesus's father in heaven. First part of the trinity. The One spoken of in the Holy Bible. It's harder to be a Christian than not. Satan will attack you in every way possible, and the spiritual warfare can be hard to bear at times. But, there have been way too many situations in my life where God is the only explanation for the outcome and so I will forever believe.