People no matter their origin religion or lack of religion ask question that they should be able to know for them self.
example: what should we do with those kind of people? should not God come and set order in this world? is this person not commiting sin? am i not better then this person? am i not more worthy then this person? am i not better then this person? my religion or my way is better? my work is better? what i do is better? the way i am is better? etc...
when they ask those question can't they not see their ego and their sin? what did jesus said do not judge and you will not be judge. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2k0RzhVJSxE&feature=related are they following the first and second law?(the golden rule) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=objVveZlpUs
if jesus was on earth today would they really ask him to open the seal? are they so sure that they are not in the wide gate. are they sure that they follow is way? Remember, therefore, what you have received and heard; obey it, and repent. But if you do not wake up, I will come like a thief, and you will not know at what time I will come to you. http://bible.cc/revelation/3-3.htm
they will ask when did we do those things?
so what do you think on this is it because of their own ego that they are blinded to the truth? if they would be in truth would they have to ask all those question?
some will see sin in my asking of this question but i did not judge them i have only told the truth.
not sure what woud give me
ought i not take time
thinking for themselves
answered 11 Mar '12, 20:02
Obvious to one does not necessarily mean obvious to another.
This very post is the example of that.
Whereas you wonder about reasons people might have, to me the reasons are obvious and oblivious and I should not bother my mind pondering about them in never-ending quest searching for justification of my own righteousness. Instead of asking 'why', I ask 'what can I do to help people overcome the walls of their own worlds that their egos put up in defense against the truth.'
answered 12 Mar '12, 05:38
I think it is because they are insecure in themselves, so they compare themselves to others. When they feel jealousy, they elevate themselves by lowering others.
answered 13 Mar '12, 08:54
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