God is everything. He is the creator of everything we see or can not see. He is everywhere all the time. He hears everything, He sees everything and he is omnipresence. God is our sovereign creator. He created the world in Good and created Adam and eve to take care of his creation. He is the Father, the son and the holy spirit. He is merciful and has profound wisdom. He reveled himself into humans through Jesus Christ. Doing t...
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...as written for mankind through salvation. Christians faith is the start of restoration and by faith we live. God gave this world another opportunity. Humanity needs to be more conscious of the damage we are causing each other and how we are destroying ourselves but not loving each other and respecting each other way of living. We are not even taking care of our planet and have become materialist. If we make conscious of our actions, we will notice we are not on the right path. It is understandable others people traditions and believes we can not judge or hate others because they don’t have our same way of living or perspective. Especially at this time and in this country we all races from all over the world unites. Lets me more tolerant and respectful towards others. As Christians we need to start to make a difference upon others and this change needs to start today.
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