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    Please bitch about how bad your life is and how God failed you!


    Some lady was bitching about how faithful she is to God and she can't find the perfect house for her baby daughter to play safely outside, and she's giving up on God. This is in response to her but the point of this thread is for you to bitch about how bad your life is.


    Hey,

    At least your daughter can walk. Count your blessings. Countless people have handicapped children confined to wheelchairs. Where is God for them?

    Perhaps they are victim souls that God wants to suffer.

    It sounds to me like you don't want to carry your cross daily and be crucified, but essentially that is what we are called to do.


    The early Christians were tortured to death, their children taken from them, they were fed to wild animals, used as torches at the olympic games, and Christianity was illegal worldwide for hundreds of years.

    Where was God for the early Christians?. I hate to break the news to you, but being a Christian is about carrying your cross daily and being crucified with Christ.


    If you take away the cross, you take away the resurrection and glory.

    I think you are attached to this world and thinking too much that this earth is your home. No, your home is in God's Kingdom, and you aren't meant to find much peace and happiness in this life.

    I don't mean to sound harsh, but God can seem very harsh and cruel. I don't agree with what he does and what he fails to do, but I have to worship him anyway and try to get him to change his mind on things and be more kind.

    God is going to be silent and our faith is going to be tested. Without faith it is impossible to please GOd. If God was not silent, we could no longer have faith.

    At least you have a spouse and a daughter. The woman I asked to marry me rejected me and I jumped off a building breaking multiple bones over it. I'll never be able to run again and I used to be a long distance runner who would run 12 miles straight. I'm in chronic pain that God will never make go away.

    I still love the woman who rejected me. I tried to get with her again because I was certain she was the one God wanted me to marry. She eventually got a restraining order on me.

    I still love her. I dream about her and pray for her every day. I still am convinced that I was called to marry her or no one else, and that I messed up destiny.

    I'm 33 years old and want to get married but I've never met another woman I desperately wanted to marry. It looks like I'll be 40 and still be convinced I was supposed to marry Lia, still be single, still be living in a one bedroom apartment in the ghetto, begging God that I could just blow my brains out or that someone would do the favor for me.

    I'm sick of living. It's likely I'll jump off another building or if I get a gun I will attempt suicide again because I don't just find life unpleasant. I passionately hate being alive, wish my mother aborted me, and was hospitalized for wanting to blow my brains out when I was 10 years old.

    I've wanted to die ever since then. I came close. It was a three story building I jumped off of and landed on concrete. I was lucky I didn't wind up in a wheelchair for life.

    I spent ten weeks in a wheelchair and my urethra was clogged with scar tissue so my bladder was full for weeks. After the Urologist did surgery I was urinating blood clots larger than marbles with agonizing screams. Where was God? He's where he always is. He wants us to suffer.


    Count your blessings. There are a lot of people whose lives are chronic torture who would love to have your problems. God bless!
    Last edited by ill Duce; 02-05-2021, 10:19 PM.

    #2
    This is one of those threads Undies clicks on, see's it's more than a paragraph, and doesn't read.

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      #3
      I Can Assure You......That My Life Is Good......And My God Has Not Failed Me......



      Cheers Glen.

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        #4
        The cross is an idol. Do not worship idols

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          #5
          Originally posted by ill Duce View Post
          This is one of those threads Undies clicks on, see's it's more than a paragraph, and doesn't read.
          you know me so well.

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            #6
            Originally posted by SusieDerkins View Post
            The cross is an idol. Do not worship idols
            Please explain how the cross is an idol.

            Jesus said to be his disciple you have to carry your cross daily and follow him.

            I don't worship the cross, and I don't know anyone who worships a cross. THerefore, it isn't an idol....So kindly fuck off!

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              #7
              Originally posted by ill Duce View Post
              Please explain how the cross is an idol.

              Jesus said to be his disciple you have to carry your cross daily and follow him.

              I don't worship the cross, and I don't know anyone who worships a cross. THerefore, it isn't an idol....So kindly fuck off!
              the cross is a physical item. Persons venerate this physical item as a relation to Jesus. If your son was killed by a gun. Would you wear it around your neck?


              i·dol
              /ˈīdl/
              Learn to pronounce
              noun
              1. an image or representation of a god used as an object of imilar:
                icon
                god
                image
                likeness
                fetish
                totem
                statue
                figure
                figurine
                doll
                carving
                graven image
                false god
                effigy
                golden calf
              2. a person or thing that is greatly admired, loved, or revered.
              Last edited by SusieDerkins; 02-06-2021, 12:15 AM.

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                #8
                Originally posted by SusieDerkins View Post

                the cross is a physical item. Persons venerate this physical item as a relation to Jesus. If your son was killed by a gun. Would you wear it around your neck?


                i·dol
                /ˈīdl/
                Learn to pronounce
                noun
                1. an image or representation of a god used as an object of imilar:
                  icon
                  god
                  image
                  likeness
                  fetish
                  totem
                  statue
                  figure
                  figurine
                  doll
                  carving
                  graven image
                  false god
                  effigy
                  golden calf
                2. a person or thing that is greatly admired, loved, or revered.
                You're foolish.

                Jesus said the cross is a symbol of redemption that we have to carry daily. You need to grow up.

                An idol is a representation of God. The cross is to remember the sacrifice Christ made and his command for us to carry a cross daily.

                I don't worship a cross. Neither is it an idol. Please learn how to tell your ass from a hole in the ground and we might be able to have a rational discussion.

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                  #9
                  Jesus was a sweet boy. He didn't want to be crucified; he doesn't want to be crucified. But the world takes innocence and makes it sacrilege. If Jesus came back, the very Christians who dangle crosses around their necks would try to make good on the implication. And I would be there to stop them. Let a sweet boy live his life. Which is why the greatest saint is my namesake, Andrew, of whom nary a word is written, but was crucified on the X and sits at the left hand of God. His name means "manly," for he was truly a man, and the one person Jesus had nothing over.

                  X marks the spot. X, null and void. The first called is the true hero.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by ill Duce View Post

                    You're foolish.

                    Jesus said the cross is a symbol of redemption that we have to carry daily. You need to grow up.

                    An idol is a representation of God. The cross is to remember the sacrifice Christ made and his command for us to carry a cross daily.

                    I don't worship a cross. Neither is it an idol. Please learn how to tell your ass from a hole in the ground and we might be able to have a rational discussion.
                    insulting me will not help your case

                    The instrument of Jesus’ death is noted in Bible passages, such as at Matthew 27:32 and 40. There the Greek word stau·rosʹ is translated “cross” in various English Bibles. But what did stau·rosʹ mean in the first century when the Greek Scriptures were written? An Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, by W. E. Vine, says: Stauros. . . denotes, primarily, an upright pale or stake. On such malefactors were nailed for execution. Both the noun [stau·rosʹ] and the verb stauroō, to fasten to a stake or pale, are originally to be distinguished from the ecclesiastical form of a two beamed cross. The shape of the latter had its origin in ancient Chaldea, and was used as the symbol of the god Tammuz (being in the shape of the mystic Tau, the initial of his name) in that country and in adjacent lands, including Egypt.”

                    what this is saying is that Jesus was executed on an upright stake not a cross. This was the method of execution

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                      #11
                      Why use 2 pieces of wood, when you only need one.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by neonspectraltoast View Post
                        Jesus was a sweet boy. He didn't want to be crucified; he doesn't want to be crucified. But the world takes innocence and makes it sacrilege. If Jesus came back, the very Christians who dangle crosses around their necks would try to make good on the implication. And I would be there to stop them. Let a sweet boy live his life. Which is why the greatest saint is my namesake, Andrew, of whom nary a word is written, but was crucified on the X and sits at the left hand of God. His name means "manly," for he was truly a man, and the one person Jesus had nothing over.

                        X marks the spot. X, null and void. The first called is the true hero.
                        Holy Shit! Your name means "Manly, masculine".

                        Mussolini's middle name was "Andrea" which sounds feminine, but his middle name actually means the same thing as Andrew "Manly , masculine" and Benito was called "the epitome of modern masculinity".
                        Last edited by ill Duce; 02-06-2021, 02:00 AM.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by SusieDerkins View Post
                          insulting me will not help your case

                          The instrument of Jesus’ death is noted in Bible passages, such as at Matthew 27:32 and 40. There the Greek word stau·rosʹ is translated “cross” in various English Bibles. But what did stau·rosʹ mean in the first century when the Greek Scriptures were written? An Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, by W. E. Vine, says: Stauros. . . denotes, primarily, an upright pale or stake. On such malefactors were nailed for execution. Both the noun [stau·rosʹ] and the verb stauroō, to fasten to a stake or pale, are originally to be distinguished from the ecclesiastical form of a two beamed cross. The shape of the latter had its origin in ancient Chaldea, and was used as the symbol of the god Tammuz (being in the shape of the mystic Tau, the initial of his name) in that country and in adjacent lands, including Egypt.”

                          what this is saying is that Jesus was executed on an upright stake not a cross. This was the method of execution
                          Whether it was two pieces of wood or one doesn't mean the cross is an idol. You still haven't demonstrated how I worship a cross, therefore it is NOT an idol.

                          And God isn't such a pussy ass winey little bitch that he's going to piss, moan, and be a crybaby because people wear a cross.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by ill Duce View Post

                            Whether it was two pieces of wood or one doesn't mean the cross is an idol. You still haven't demonstrated how I worship a cross, therefore it is NOT an idol.

                            And God isn't such a pussy ass winey little bitch that he's going to piss, moan, and be a crybaby because people wear a cross.
                            is the cross made of some kind of material?

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                              #15
                              Do you venerate the cross? You think it symbolizes a God. It is an actual physical object. It is an idol

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