Daniel, I went to church today (first time in ages), the Seventh Day Adventists, the place I love to go, where God drew me years ago. I don’t agree with everything, but I do agree with one thing mainly – God’s spirit is there, I feel God there, and I always learn something. Well, today, this sabbath I learned that I did not love Jesus as I should, I was lost, I could no longer pray properly, my heart had hardened, and although I had been taken out of Egypt like ancient Israel, I lost sight, I disbelieved.
A trip that could have taken ancient Israel 11 days to the promised land took them 40 years.
Why? Because of their disbelief, their hardened hearts and their pride, etc.
So tonight I had a good talk with the Lord, an honest talk. And that felt so good.
So, in ways you are right. Maybe we, Christians, THINK we know Jesus, when deep down we are lost.
As for you and your belief in eternal conscious torment, you know that goes right against God’s nature, and you say you have written a (blog?) regarding it, well I have humbled myself lost my pride and admitted my faults, so maybe you could do the same. (Maybe check some Adventist sites out).
Anyway, you will have to excuse my bad behavior, I have been on this particular forum for quite some years, and over the time have met trinitarians or semi trinies, who did damage, not good….. belittling Gods children, falsely believing that their superiority and knowledge, falsely so called, triumphed. But you are okay, you are honestly the first trinitarian on this forum who, although somewhat like them, in some ways, seems to have a more pleasant side, and you made me think.
You have done good. Thanks. :o)