I'm getting really upset and confused with so many people arguing with each other over whose way to believe in God is the right way. Do you think this is what God wants? He loves all of us, doesn't he? He must have known what he was doing when he gave us the freedom to choose how to believe in him.I think our different views are just manifestations of the same reality that there is only one Supreme Being; one God for all of us to believe in. Isn't that wonderful? Doesn't it make you feel good to know you are entitled to make choices? Aren't you happy to discover that you are a good and worthwhile person who has the right to choose how to believe in God?.Yes I know sometimes it seems we have more questions than answers, but God will give us the answers if we keep an open mind and listen to the words of the Almighty.
In order to do that, we have to employ our imaginations.Sometimes it takes a little imagination to believe in what we cannot see or understand. I like to imagine that I have conversations with God. In a recent discussion with God I dreamed he told me the following:.
" Let's stop worrying about which path to my grace is the right way, and start having some faith in My ability to find a place by My side for all of you.".I think that's wonderful.
I think that is something we can all believe in. There has got to be a better way to search for God than by arguing over which way is the right way. There has got to be a better way.
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By: Arthur Levine