Do you think that if each of us once a week ...?

Indonesia
August 28, 2011 8:55am CST
would go to church, we are all balanced, considerate, and understanding would be happier. In short ... just better people?
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7 responses
• Indonesia
3 Sep 11
We were determined hypocritical, left, and even more heartless than we are anyway, so why is no one out because they do not want to be thus determined. God is in every human and equine foot with the well, you have to decide yourself which go away you want and do who you want, can you no priest passes on children and give more of his "church" is protected here. Beware of false prophets is established and if you want to see them go into their house on the mammon and that is not determined by God's will.
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
30 Aug 11
Go once a week to church makes nothing! Also, seven times a week does not go to church. Even seven times a week, three times daily would not change the human race. Only the insight that God loves us some change in a person and the love of God and desire of this emerging insight and to give his own life in God's hands and to allow Him to a change from the inside out to a life pleasing to God and the action is. God loves us, but not always how we behave.
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
30 Aug 11
If so, would be determined. However, reality shows, this is exactly the opposite is true. Religious fanatics, Confused and other Q***iter beside other emotional undead leave such howsoever designated buildings in heaps of stone. What is? Is there practiced for thousands of brainwashing to blame, as the church representatives are not allowed to preach the real truth or want or are completely unable to? My opinion: For the true believers with Jesus sitting at the table at home and does not depend on the cross in the church and those who run repeatedly in the Church, can not believe or understand so that they're still new to such churches must be explained, with moderate success. Knowledge (knowledge of the absolute increase) requires a certain spiritual attitude, which you can drain with countless sermons or payments do not buy or otherwise acquire. Only thus can a just and planet-wide experience of the grace of a creator being also possible for people who, without education, power and origin ....
• Indonesia
30 Aug 11
Church is such a sensitive issue for me. Decades was itself influenced by my parents who were themselves very religious. In the hospital, facing serious O.P. I wanted to talk to a Catholic priest about my worries of its own members to keep away. A Catholic priest was not there. I could go on for hours only negative to write about this topic. Conclusion on my part: Whether good or bad is up to each own
• Indonesia
29 Aug 11
As a child I went to church and she had not mentioned the effects on me. I did not understand what is being done and asked me what exactly I should be there. As I got older, I began to understand what is being done, had trouble but to understand how someone wants to do with there. Now I can understand it though, but this does not change my dislike of the church and the church can I still do not provide satisfactory (logical) response to questions. Why should I participate in an organization which I think is wrong, which I sometimes. and do not understand the fundamental belief contradicts my own make you a better person?
@najibdina29 (1309)
• Indonesia
29 Aug 11
all depends on what in church if you are in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses are going, you're under some circumstances when you're ready is a better man. I'm concerned, even if you go in the Hindi or in the temple buddha temple, but also people who are at first glance, peacefully and lead a world war as Christians .... in the Catholic church you can go in and out and it's just like when you have your car repaired bring and nothing understand how to repair the car and why it's there we are taught not easy but gets stories served up to be swallowed without considering whether they agree. so I'll give you an answering Yes and no. Because it depends on which church you visit.
@thezone (9451)
• Ireland
28 Aug 11
Makes no difference. Church going or not some people are just.... well let's leave it at that