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Part 2 of Why I believe in God; the Christian God; no other. Why not believe in God; are some afraid they can’t live up to His standards? Few do! But, He forgives when we are trying. Trying is the keyword! We all believe in something why not believe in something that will reward you in the end.
Even the atheist believes in something else why glorify anything.
The readers will agree that people living in the world believe all sorts of things, from Aliens, Flat earthers, Pyramid power, the Easter bunny, Santa Clause to the Tooth fairy. Folklore, including pagan religions and so on. Why then only the Christian doctrine that the atheist/nonbelievers will object to so vehemently? The reason, found in several places written within the pages of the Bible, one such area is Luke 6:22. “Blessed shall you be when men hate you, and when they shall separate you, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of man’s sake.”
The atheist/nonbeliever believe in God, but won’t admit it, or they wouldn’t care what Christians think; they don’t care about other ideas, yes they may laugh and scoff but not waste any energy on them.
Why attack something so harmless as a belief unless it is accurate and they know it to be true.
In my previous post, I ended with this, “I believe because God proved what was prophesied beforehand, (Old Testament) and for over 2000 years, no one has proved otherwise.” We journey again to His time on earth and even before His time. What sort of person is this who even before He was born True happenings were recorded and happened.
How could such a man, like Jesus, born in poverty, unknown to the world, have such influence? Influence on the importance of keeping time and dates, as one example!
Anno domini Latin for A.D. (IN THE YEAR OF THE LORD,”) Words that refer to the birth of Jesus Christ. B.C. stands for “before Christ.” A.D. stands for anno domini, Latin for “in the year of the lord,” and refers specifically to the birth of Jesus Christ. “B.C.” stands for “before Christ.”
The idea to count years from the birth of Jesus Christ was first standardized under the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The system spread throughout Europe and the Christian world during the centuries that followed.
Again the nonbelievers couldn’t handle that, so they tried adopting a method known as BCE/CE since it was religious neutrality. They still can’t get away from the Before and After Christ. Since C.E., the abbreviation for “Common Era” is used to mark time in the same way. B.C. means “before Christ,” and B.C.E. stands for “Before the Common Era.” What is that COMMON ERA? It’s SUPERNATURAL! It’s GOD! Its Before Christ.
We can’t hide from Him. You can change the meaning of words or twist them; it always comes back to the beginning. The Truth!