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I've been through too much in life for a 14 year old and Im not sure if I believe. My boyfrien told me God wouldnt put me through anything i couldnt handle but this..this was too much. Now Im struggling to put my faith back in God. Is there God?
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Amreen (nereg. uživatel)  Sunday, 25. November, 04:10
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Amreen (nereg. uživatel)  Sunday, 25. November, 04:10
Hello Youtube,Everyone who is reading this conmmet, please click on my username for my videos I made about the The Truth of the World. I have found out what the truth of life is, the truth of the world, and the truth of God. Please, I really want people to watch and listen what I have to say. No more living in false reality, no more living in illusions, no more thinking there is no way out its time to lead your life into The Truth of the World!!!!!!!!! I love our Lord!!! God bless!!

Amreen (nereg. uživatel)  Sunday, 25. November, 04:10
Hello Youtube,Everyone who is reading this conmmet, please click on my username for my videos I made about the The Truth of the World. I have found out what the truth of life is, the truth of the world, and the truth of God. Please, I really want people to watch and listen what I have to say. No more living in false reality, no more living in illusions, no more thinking there is no way out its time to lead your life into The Truth of the World!!!!!!!!! I love our Lord!!! God bless!!

Tah (nereg. uživatel)  Friday, 23. November, 09:50
This is actually one thing I stlggure with. Except for one or two persistent intermittent sins, I have a hard time coming up with sins for confession. I do a daily examination of conscious and more often than not I come up empty.I've looked at several examination of consciousness lists online, but they seem to focus on things that I'd never dream of doing, let alone be tempted by. And except for those persistent sins, once I see a problem with myself, I try to extinguish it at its core so I won't have to deal with it again.Maybe because I had a strong Stoic/Platonic/Confucian upbringing long before I learned my Catholic faith, I'm not vulnerable the same way as most people. But I know I am sinful, since I'm not a St. Paul who saw himself as the chief of all sinners. So it must be blindness to a particular class of sins.A while back, I heard an Eastern Orthodox sermon on having contempt in your heart for beggars and I was condemned, since in my heart of hearts I believed that many of them (at least in Canada) are opportunists (since we have a generous social welfare system, and I have heard many boast that they make more on the street than they would if they worked). But whether this is true or not, my heart was in the wrong place in not having compassion for people who for whatever reason live below their blessing and not even having the compassion to talk to those people or pray for them.Does anyone know of an examination of conscious that focuses on sins that a Stoic/Platonic/Confucian are vulnerable to? I know such an examen must exist since the early church was filled with them. I feel something along the lines of an elaborated Seven Deadly Sins might be more useful than one based on the 10 commandments, since Aristotle would have no trouble endorsing the 10 commandments, but would have a problem with Seven Deadly Sins, since he saw Pride as a virtue.

Tah (nereg. uživatel)  Friday, 23. November, 09:50
This is actually one thing I stlggure with. Except for one or two persistent intermittent sins, I have a hard time coming up with sins for confession. I do a daily examination of conscious and more often than not I come up empty.I've looked at several examination of consciousness lists online, but they seem to focus on things that I'd never dream of doing, let alone be tempted by. And except for those persistent sins, once I see a problem with myself, I try to extinguish it at its core so I won't have to deal with it again.Maybe because I had a strong Stoic/Platonic/Confucian upbringing long before I learned my Catholic faith, I'm not vulnerable the same way as most people. But I know I am sinful, since I'm not a St. Paul who saw himself as the chief of all sinners. So it must be blindness to a particular class of sins.A while back, I heard an Eastern Orthodox sermon on having contempt in your heart for beggars and I was condemned, since in my heart of hearts I believed that many of them (at least in Canada) are opportunists (since we have a generous social welfare system, and I have heard many boast that they make more on the street than they would if they worked). But whether this is true or not, my heart was in the wrong place in not having compassion for people who for whatever reason live below their blessing and not even having the compassion to talk to those people or pray for them.Does anyone know of an examination of conscious that focuses on sins that a Stoic/Platonic/Confucian are vulnerable to? I know such an examen must exist since the early church was filled with them. I feel something along the lines of an elaborated Seven Deadly Sins might be more useful than one based on the 10 commandments, since Aristotle would have no trouble endorsing the 10 commandments, but would have a problem with Seven Deadly Sins, since he saw Pride as a virtue.

Tah (nereg. uživatel)  Friday, 23. November, 09:50
This is actually one thing I stlggure with. Except for one or two persistent intermittent sins, I have a hard time coming up with sins for confession. I do a daily examination of conscious and more often than not I come up empty.I've looked at several examination of consciousness lists online, but they seem to focus on things that I'd never dream of doing, let alone be tempted by. And except for those persistent sins, once I see a problem with myself, I try to extinguish it at its core so I won't have to deal with it again.Maybe because I had a strong Stoic/Platonic/Confucian upbringing long before I learned my Catholic faith, I'm not vulnerable the same way as most people. But I know I am sinful, since I'm not a St. Paul who saw himself as the chief of all sinners. So it must be blindness to a particular class of sins.A while back, I heard an Eastern Orthodox sermon on having contempt in your heart for beggars and I was condemned, since in my heart of hearts I believed that many of them (at least in Canada) are opportunists (since we have a generous social welfare system, and I have heard many boast that they make more on the street than they would if they worked). But whether this is true or not, my heart was in the wrong place in not having compassion for people who for whatever reason live below their blessing and not even having the compassion to talk to those people or pray for them.Does anyone know of an examination of conscious that focuses on sins that a Stoic/Platonic/Confucian are vulnerable to? I know such an examen must exist since the early church was filled with them. I feel something along the lines of an elaborated Seven Deadly Sins might be more useful than one based on the 10 commandments, since Aristotle would have no trouble endorsing the 10 commandments, but would have a problem with Seven Deadly Sins, since he saw Pride as a virtue.



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