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    Anyone who hates their life shall find eternal life - John 12:25

    John 12:25
    New International Version
    Anyone who loves their life will lose it, while anyone who hates their life in this world will keep it for eternal life.

    ​​​​​​That is my motto! Way to go Jesus!

    Anyone wanna share what that verse means to them?

    #2
    I completely love my life and I'll happily accept my cease to exist.

    Pete 6:18

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      #3
      Originally posted by Pete's Draggun View Post
      I completely love my life and I'll happily accept my cease to exist.

      Pete 6:18
      I'm happy for ya!

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      • Pete's Draggun
        Pete's Draggun commented
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        Thanks Matty Musso.

      #4
      To me, it's about people who think they're really special.

      I think life is beautiful, but you'll never catch me saying, "Man, I love my life." And I do detest those thoughtless kind of self-absorbed people, which may be most people.

      I just want to live forever as an angel praising God.

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      • neonspectraltoast
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        I mean, I love them, but they're so wrong.

      #5
      To me it reads like, if you love your life you'll lose your life and be rewarded something better afterward, but if you hate your life, that's like taking a swipe at God, so he ain't gonna help you out afterward, so you're destined to be stuck with what you aren't satisfied with.

      It's like God give you life and you hate it and he's up there thinking fuuuuck what more do they want? Well fuck 'em.

      And I for one, admire that attitude. In fact that should be all of our attitudes. Because if your life isn't good enough for yourself, well boy, it ain't good enough for me either.
      Last edited by Irminsul; 03-29-2021, 05:34 AM.

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        #6
        Matthew Mussolini I think the actual meaning is not to love what the world has to offer, but look forward to the gifts the kingdom of heaven has to offer? I'm really not into all this Bible stuff, but I had to study it for years when I was growing up.

        I don't hate my life. In fact, it's never been better! I'm in a position to help people in need, plus I'm no longer caught up in all that insane dating drama I lived through during my wild youth. I'm happy, I'm healthy, so no complaints :-)
        Last edited by PacificDude; 03-29-2021, 05:59 AM.

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