Sticky people

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Are You a Sticky Person" ???

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  1. zara

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    Are you a Sticky Person that holds Christianity together??

    A Sticky Person is always giving, wants to hold your hand, sing a song, wash their friend's car, cry with you when you hurt, bring some popcorn at the movies, chat with you about nothin, comforts dogs, works hard each day to be a companion, jumps up and down when you achieved a significant goal in life ....

    To me, this is what God is seeking in His geat experiment. He is capable of creating everything and all species programmed to worship Him. A Sticky Person isn't made with these traits, they make and share them themselves given their "Free Will".

    What is your sticky person if any ???

    zara
    .....:1_grouphug:
     
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  2. Gina B

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    LOL! No. That actually sounds really annoying and I'd start worrying if I had a friend who wanted to cry with me, talked a lot about nothing, tried to comfort my dog, wash my car, and insisted on jumping up and down whenever I reached a goal.
    It might even get me considering a restraining order. :laugh:
     
  3. zara

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    OK, ..... I voted no, did you.

    It is my fault that many will overlook the principal question: as to why; in the vastness of Everything, would God bother to create Humankind?? ---but he did. ...Was it out of a great experiment to provide God companionship and a group of devout worshipers not with pre-embedded choices but with a "Free Will". ???

    I touch this subject carefully because it leaves the quandary that during "Free Will", God doesn't know the outcome nor the choices we make.

    zara
    ......:thumbs:
     
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  4. SolaSaint

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    Please be careful stating that God doesn't know anything, that is an anti scriptural statement.
     
  5. zara

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    Thankyou for your concernes. For your info, I never said that "God doesn't know anything". .....Please read me again. but, I did say:
    I touch this subject carefully because it leaves the quandary that during "Free Will", God doesn't know the outcome nor the choices we make.

    zara
    .....:praying:
     
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  6. billwald

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    I propose that God could choose not to know.
     
  7. Melanie

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    That is an interesting thought, heretical of course but .......
     
  8. SaggyWoman

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    Really? Ugh.
     
  9. Tom Butler

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    Hmm. Could God choose to un-know something he knows?
     

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