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How do I start Living my Life for God?
If you've been feeling like you want to start living your life for God but you're not sure how to get started, you're in the right place. In this blog post, we'll explore some practical ways to start living your life for God. Another way to start living my life for God is to serve others. When we serve others, we are ultimately serving God. He has called us to love our neighbour as ourselves, and one of the best ways to do that is to serve them. Find ways to serve in your community, whether it's through a local church or other organisation. 1. Make a list of things you need to change in order to live for God. There are many things in this life that we need to change in order to live for God. Some of these things may be difficult, but they are worth it in the end. Here is a list of some of the things you may need to change: -Your priorities -Your habits -Your lifestyle -Your friends -Your attitude Each of these things can make a big difference in your life and how you live for God. Take some time to think about each one and what you need to change. You may not be able to do everything at once, but take it one step at a time and you will be on your way to living for God. When it comes to living for God, we often think that we have to make huge changes in our lives. However, living for God is more about making small, daily choices that line up with His will for our lives. 2. Talk to God and ask for His help in living for Him. When we talk to God and ask for His help, He will always help us to live for Him. He will give us the strength and courage we need to overcome any obstacle. He will also guide us in our decisions, so that we can make the best choices for our lives. God wants us to turn to Him when we are struggling. He wants us to rely on Him for help. He knows that we can't do it all on our own. So, don't be afraid to talk to God and ask for His help. He will always be there for you. 3. Examine your current lifestyle and see where it aligns We all lead busy lives and it's easy to get caught up in the day-to-day grind without taking a step back to evaluate our lifestyle. It's important to check in with ourselves every once in a while to see if our current lifestyle aligns with our goals and values. Think about what you want out of life and see how your current lifestyle measures up. If it aligns with your goals, great! If not, it may be time for a change.
Love Quotes For Any Situation
There are so many ways to say I love you, so let’s take it slow and start off with these cute I love you quotes. These cute messages can help you express your feelings of love without feeling too serious — because let’s face it, saying “I love you” isn’t always easy! Here I give you some Love Quotes “I want someone who will look at me the same way I look at chocolate cake.” – Unknown “You want to know who I’m in love with? Read the first word again.” – Unknown “Love is being stupid together.” – Paul Valery “I love you and I don’t want to lose you. Because my life has been better since the day I found out.” – Unknown “I love you begins by I, but it ends up by you.” – Charles de Leusse “I love you with every beat of my heart.” – Armaan “I love you because you join me in my weirdness.” – Unknown “I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you straightforwardly, without complexities or pride; so I love you because I know no other way.” – Pablo Neruda “My love for you is past the mind, beyond my heart, and into my soul.” – Boris Kodjoe “And when I loved you, I realized, I have never truly loved anyone I realized, I never will truly love anyone the way I love you.” – Unknown “When I tell you I love you, I don’t say it out of habit. I say it to remind you that you are the best thing that has ever happened to me.” – Unknown “The day I met you, I found my missing piece. You complete me and make me a better person. I love you with all my heart and all my soul.” – Unknown “You are the last thought in my mind before I drift off to sleep and the first thought when I wake up each morning.” – Unknown “I love you like a fat kid loves cake.” – Scott Adams If you want more Quotes you can visit our blog Dailyshikkha.
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I Said No to a Religious Friend as She Lay Dying. Was I Right?
Religion is nothing but a crock used by people to fortify themselves against the frightening prospect of death, that chillingly inevitable end of life.  And when death impends, be that at war, in hospital, or on death row, people cling more desperately to that delusion.  Even nonbelievers walk on eggshells when faced with a dying person. We wonder: Is this really a good time to tread on their sensibilities and disabuse them of their crock? Not long ago I found myself in that quandary.  Someone I knew was dying, and I went to her deathbed to pay my respects. She was a woman who respected me as an elder of the Nigerian community in Cleveland.  She was also something of a protégé, having sought my advice repeatedly as she considered the proper advanced-degree path to pursue.  In my days as a scientific educator—when, also, two of my sons were in the university—I had become something of an information resource for my fellow Nigerians on matters like the choice of college to attend and the discipline of study, and especially how to tap into financial assistance programs available to good students and their parents in the U.S.  I chose to visit her when most of her friends and well-wishers would be at work. I was wary of the perplexed reactions of my fellow Nigerians when it became known that I am an atheist.  My friends told me I would come across much better as an agnostic or a pagan than an out-and-out atheist, for Nigerians are often ranked alongside Americans in sheer religiosity—of the pushy and loud sort.  It’s amazing that the very people whom religion has historically oppressed and denigrated the most (i.e. women, Blacks, colonized people) are the ones who cling to it most tenaciously!  The Nigerian media go so far as to estimate that one in three houses in the cities and townships of the Christian south of the country are used nowadays as churches, chapels, temples, tabernacles, or other places of worship.  “Nigerian atheist” is considered an oxymoron. Those who know I was raised a Catholic—and, to boot, an altar boy able to recite the entire Eucharist liturgy in Latin and English—profess themselves baffled by my apostasy.  Read the full article: https://www.fadewblogs.eu.org/2021/11/I-said-no.html
What kind of life does Jesus give us?
When Jesus came to Earth, he didn’t come to give us a life of luxury and ease. In fact, he came to give us a life of purpose and meaning. He came to show us that life is more than just living for ourselves. It’s about living for others and for God. It’s about serving others and loving others. It’s about making a difference in this world. And that’s what Jesus gives us – a life that is full of purpose and meaning. No, the kind of life Jesus gives us is not necessarily a life free from hardships. In fact, we see throughout Scripture that Jesus himself was no stranger to suffering. But what Jesus does give us is a life marked by hope. A life where, even in the midst of difficulties, we know that God is with us and that he has a plan for us. A life where we can have confidence that, because of Christ, we are ultimately victorious. 1. Jesus gives us a life of joy. When we put our hope in Jesus, we can have a life of joy. This doesn’t mean that everything will be perfect, but we can have hope and peace in the midst of our trials. Jesus gives us a life of joy because He knows our needs and He cares for us. When we follow Him, we find true happiness. One of the things that Jesus continually emphasised during His time on earth was joy. He wants us to have joy in our lives because it is an indicator of our relationship with Him. When we are joyous, it is a reflection of His love for us. It is also a source of strength and hope in difficult times. 2. Jesus gives us a life of peace. For Jesus, peace was more than just the absence of violence or conflict. It was a state of being that came from a deep inner calm and confidence. It was a life lived in accordance with God's will, and it was a life dedicated to helping others find that same peace. When we follow Jesus, we can find that same peace in our own lives. It doesn't mean that everything will be perfect, but it does mean that we can have a sense of calm and well-being in the midst of the chaos. We can know that we are living in accordance with God's will, and we can dedicate our lives to helping others find that same peace. 3. Jesus gives us a life of love. When we think of Jesus, we often think of love. Jesus was a man who was full of love and compassion for others. He was always willing to help those in need and he always had kind words to say. He was the perfect example of what it means to love others. When we follow Jesus, we are following a life of love. Jesus gives us a life of love. He doesn’t just tell us to love one another, He shows us how. He gave His life for us. He demonstrated what perfect love looks like. And now He calls us to follow Him.
Jesus According to the Gospels
Jesus violated the law! I feel that Jesus ought to be placed being investigated and attempted with a wrongdoing against the regular request of things. Mother earth charges that Jesus has abused the sureness that is innate in death and duties - well passing at any rate [1]. On the off chance that Jesus was restored, on the off chance that Jesus in a real sense miraculously came back to life, from a condition of death, consequently living to tell the story of being dead, that truly disregards the regular request of things and that is a no wrongdoing as per Nature. As per skeptic Matt Dillahunty from "The Agnostic Experience" Program, essentially when Elvis kicked the bucket for our transgressions, he remained dead! Presently a few issues will come to the front and emerge in carrying Jesus to preliminary and requested to "if it's not too much trouble, make sense of" your offense. First and foremost, the denounced is mysteriously gone. Furthermore, we have no clue about who a large portion of the observers [2] even were - they are anonymous/mysterious. In any event, when we do it is absolutely impossible to confirm their accuracy as a matter of fact. Thirdly, well point two is immaterial since the supposed observers are all irreversibly dead (no revival for them) and one can't turn back the clock to meet with them, get their assertions authoritatively recorded and be interrogated on the testimony box. Bummer. That doesn't pass on us an extraordinary arrangement to work with. So we should begin with the reason that Jesus existed yet wasn't heavenly. Jesus was only one of thousands of capricious people - up through and including the current day - who have asserted some type of heavenly status. Jesus' gospel of love Since Jesus was a more probable as-not verifiable figure, does that mean of need that the otherworldly occasions related with Jesus are all similarly authentic? You want to think about the overall trickiness of human observer declaration, the inclination for people to misrepresent particularly while seeing the generally unprecedented, the propensity for people to really lie, and gracious, particularly the propensity for the human species to recount tall stories. So why dismiss the extraordinary Jesus without a second thought? Since there is no free (for example - non-Scriptural) unique to that period source(s) that I can check without help from anyone else for myself that validates the genuine presence of a powerful and super-common Jesus. You simply need to accept whatever the Holy book says without any doubt yet as we as a whole understand, confidence all by itself isn't a pathway to reality. The extraordinary can likewise be precluded in light of the fact that there is not a glaringly obvious reason that theists can propose for Jesus having heavenly abilities, including having the option to miraculously come back to life, other than God done it which in itself is definitely not a genuine clarification, simply an endeavor to make sense of one secret by turning to a much greater secret. Normal Clarification Presently clearly Jesus passed on the cross strangely early, way before the other two normal crooks that were being executed close by of Jesus. Albeit proclaimed dead by the Roman officers, consider the possibility that Jesus was just clinically dead and not irreversibly dead. Jesus was put in the burial chamber having a place with and by Joseph of Arimathea pretty fast shrewd after the demise of Jesus, and Joseph with some evident super-strength moved a tremendous stone [3] over the burial chamber's entry in this way fixing the clearly Jesus in. Unfortunately, after three days there was no Jesus in the burial place. Thus, clarification one is that the story is just a story and never occurred (see beneath). Clarification two is that Jesus was powerfully restored from a condition of being dead which I've dismissed (see above). Clarification three is that Jesus wasn't exactly irreversibly dead, just clinically dead. All in all, Jesus just had a Brush with death (NDE). Imagine a scenario where Jesus just awakened in the burial place and some way or another moved back the gigantic stone or generally figured out how to run away from the area. In the event that I were Jesus who got up from a condition of clinical deadness because of the Romans I'd of needed to escape Evade super quick. The aftereffect is that approaching back to life isn't heavenly as huge number of NDE individuals can affirm - alongside their clinical experts.
Gratitude app
Giving thanks to God is a wonderful moment in our lifes, we celebrate together with our loved ones and thank God for everything. But what if we don't feel very grateful? In this post, we'll talk about gratitude app that gives us reason to appreciate little things we have, according to bible verses. give thanks in all things Paul reminds us in 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 that we can be thankful in all circumstances, good or bad. He writes: "Always be joyful, pray without ceasing, give thanks to God in every situation, for this is His will for you in Christ Jesus." Paul does not say this lightly. In 2 Corinthians 11:24-27, it says; “Five times I received from the Jews the thirty-nine lashes. Three times they beat me with rods, once they stoned me, three times I was shipwrecked, and I spent a day and a night as a shipwrecked man on the high seas. My life has been a continuous coming and going from one place to another; in perils from rivers, perils from bandits, perils from my countrymen, perils from Gentiles, perils in the city, perils in the country, perils at sea, and perils from false brethren. […] I have suffered from hunger and thirst, and many times I have been fasting; I have suffered cold and nakedness.” Pablo went through immensely difficult processes, and even so, he said; “Give thanks to God in every situation” (v 18). Having a thankful heart will turn our worries and sadness into praise, even in difficult times when we have unanswered prayers. The more room we give to gratitude, the less room there is for the bad. I'm not saying it's easy to be thankful for the bad situation, but can we learn to be thankful in the midst of it? Gratitude is a position of the heart and we can choose it every day, no matter what we are experiencing. We present to you "gratitude app" that reminds you of this wonderful thanksgiving Bible verses.
Real Talk Rod Wave Quotes on Love, Life, and Dreams
In an interview with Real Talk, Rod Wave discussed his quotes on love, life, and dreams. He began by discussing his views on love and how it is often misunderstood. Rod Wave believes that love is not just a feeling but an action. He said that love is something you do for someone else, not something you feel. He went on to discuss how love is often used as an excuse for people to do things they wouldn't normally do. Rod Wave believes love should be based on trust and respect, not feelings. Next, Rod Wave discussed his views on life. He believes that life is what you make of it. He said that if you want something, you have to go out and get it. Rod Wave also discussed how he feels that life is too short to waste time on things that don't matter. He said that people should focus on the things that make them happy and forget about the rest. Finally, Rod Wave talked about his views on dreams. He believes that dreams are what you make of them. If you want something, you have to go out and get it. Dreams are not something that happens; they are something you must work for. Rod Wave also discussed how he feels that everyone has the potential to achieve their dreams if they just believe in themselves. Rod Wave is an American singer and songwriter from St. Petersburg, Florida. He is signed to Alamo Records and his debut album, Ghetto Gospel, was released on November 9, 2018. Wave's music is often described as an "emotional trap" or "pain rap", and his lyrics often deal with personal struggles and heartbreak. In an interview with Genius, Wave explained that he first started writing songs as a way to vent his frustrations and that music has always been therapeutic for him. He also said that he wants his music to be relatable and provide comfort for people who are going through similar struggles. When asked about what he wants people to take away from his music, Wave said: "I just want people to feel something. I want them to feel the pain, I want them to feel the love, I want them to feel the happiness. I just want people to feel something."Here are some of Rod Wave's quotes on love, life, and dreams: On love: "Love is everything they say it is. It's beautiful, it's painful, it's worth it."If you're not ready for love, you're not going to find it."Love is like a rollercoaster – sometimes you're up, sometimes you're down, but it's always worth the ride."On life: "Life is full of ups and downs, but it. Wave's music is often described as "emotional trap" or "pain rap", and he has been compared to artists like Lil Baby, NBA Youngboy, and Roddy Ricch.
What is the most important thing in life according to the Bible?
The Bible is one of the most important books in the world, filled with stories and teachings that have resonated with believers for centuries. Its teachings have been used to inspire, comfort and guide people for generations. But what is the most important thing in life according to the Bible? This question is one that has been asked by many, and the Bible has an answer. In this blog post, we will explore the Bible's teachings on what is the most important thing in life, and how this can help us to live a more meaningful and fulfilled life. We will look at Bible verses that give us a glimpse into the importance of living life according to the teachings of the Bible, and how these teachings can bring us closer to God. We will also discuss how living a life that is focused on the things that matter most can bring greater joy and satisfaction. Finally, we will discuss the importance of prioritising what matters in life, and how this can help us to live a life that is The Bible has much to say about what is most important in life. Although it would be impossible to summarise the entirety of the Bible’s teachings on the subject in a single post, it is possible to glean some major points. In this blog post, we’ll be exploring the Bible’s view on the most important thing in life. We’ll examine some of the key scriptures that provide insight into this topic, and how they can be applied to our daily lives. We’ll also look at different interpretations of these scriptures, and the implications that come from viewing them in different ways. Ultimately, the goal of this post is to provide a thorough examination of what the Bible has to say about the most important thing in life, so that readers can draw their own conclusions and create a personal framework for their own lives. The most important thing in life according to the Bible is to love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength. The importance of loving God with our whole being is one of the most central tenets of Christian faith. According to the Bible, loving God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength is the most important thing in life. This is because it is the greatest commandment “You should love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” This is reflected throughout the Bible, in both the Old and New Testaments. Indeed, Jesus himself described this as a central part of the Christian faith “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” In this blog post, we will explore why this is the most important thing in life according to the Bible, how we can live this out, and how it affects our spiritual growth. We will also look The second most important thing is to love your neighbour as yourself. The golden rule of loving your neighbour as yourself is one of the most important commandments of all time. It has been mentioned in many religious and philosophical texts, and it is an essential part of living a happy and fulfilled life. But what is the second most important thing? This blog post aims to answer this question. We will explore the importance of loving your neighbour as yourself and how it plays a key role in our daily lives. We will also discuss the other commandments which come close to the importance of this rule, and how these can help us build better relationships with our neighbours. Finally, we will look at practical ways to apply this principle in our everyday lives. By the end of this post, readers should have an understanding of how to love their neighbour and why it is an essential part of living a happy life.
Why is it Important to Spread the Good News of God?
In today’s world, it is easy to forget the power of a positive word. We are constantly bombarded with negative news and messages that can leave us feeling discouraged and jaded. However, it is important to remember the importance of spreading the good news of God. God’s promises of love, hope, peace, and joy are eternal and powerful, and reminding each other of these wonderful gifts is an important task that we all should strive to do. Throughout history, people have found strength in the promise of God’s love and guidance, and we can continue to share this strength today. It is important to spread the good news of God to not only bring joy and hope to others, but also to remind ourselves of our faith in Him. We all have the power within us to bring light and love into this world, and regardless of our individual beliefs, we can all benefit from spreading the good news of God 1. The Power of the Gospel The gospel, often referred to as the "good news", is a powerful force that has changed the course of history and the lives of millions. It has been used to bring renewal, hope, reconciliation and redemption to people from all walks of life. The gospel is a deeply personal message of love, grace and forgiveness that is applicable to everyone. It is a powerful force that can bring about positive transformation and healing in our lives and the lives of others. This blog post will explore the power of the gospel, how it has been used to bring about positive change, and how we can use it to impact our own lives and the lives of those around us. 2. Fulfilling the Great Commission The Great Commission is an oft-quoted Biblical passage that encapsulates the mission of the Church: to spread the good news of Jesus Christ. It is an immense task, one that requires a great amount of effort and dedication to fulfil. Consequently, each generation of believers is responsible for making sure that the Great Commission is obeyed; the Church must actively engage in outreach, evangelism, and discipleship if it is to make a lasting impact on its community and the world. In this blog post, we will explore how the Church can go about fulfilling the Great Commission in a meaningful and effective way. We will look at the importance of creating a culture of mission, developing a strategy for evangelism, and implementing a plan of discipleship. It is only through these efforts that the Church can ensure that the Great Commission is fully realised. 3. Sharing God's Love and Compassion The love of God and His compassion is offered to us all in times of need, and yet too many of us don’t take the time to share it with others. We’re all busy, with our daily lives and commitments seemingly taking up all of our time, but if we take a few minutes to think differently, we can make a world of difference. We can offer our time, our energy, and our support to those who need it, and share God’s love and compassion with the world. That’s what this blog post is about – the tangible ways we can share God’s love and compassion with the people around us. We’ll look at what this means practically, and how we can make a difference in our own lives and the lives of others. We’ll also reflect on what it means to do this from a spiritual perspective, and how living out God’s love and compassion makes us better people
What If We Taught Students That Religion is Absurd?
We need to educate our children and teenagers to the point where they can think critically for themselves and can easily see and understand the absurdity of religion. The good news is that once someone’s brain is at this level of comprehension, a great many positive side effects occur. Life would be much better for everyone if everyone in our society is educated to the level where they understand that religion is absurd. The religiosity of America fascinates me. I am intrigued by the idea of millions of people in an advanced nation believing that they have a “relationship” with an imaginary friend and believing that this imaginary friend is answering their prayers.  In the United States, something like 76% of the population believes in God, and seventy percent of the population identifies as Christian. Three-quarters of the U.S. population believes that the Bible was at least inspired by God, and 28% (more than 89 million people) believe the stories in it are literally true. Why would anyone today believe that the Christian god is real or that the story of Noah’s ark is true? My goal here is to advocate that we, as a society, start an active campaign to make religion irrelevant to human civilization. In the same way that there have been active campaigns to eliminate diseases like smallpox and polio, we should start a similar campaign against religion.  The tool I propose for religion’s elimination is across-the-board education in critical thinking. But first, let’s step back for a moment and ask, How do we find ourselves in this position as a species? There are many interesting things that human beings do. Music, math, tools, cooking, science, engineering, art, and language all come to mind. But religion ranks up there as perhaps the most interesting.  Religion stands out because it is so irrational and bizarre. Billions of people on this planet believe in their various imaginary beings so firmly that disagreements about religion often escalate to violence and warfare.  Read the full story: https://www.fadewblogs.eu.org/2021/11/teaching-about-religion-in-school.html