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Belief is Always a Personal Choice - From the Beginning of Humanity When It All Started - And in Zion, the Endpoint

Reader comment on item: How Ukrainian Refugees Could Inadvertently Erase the West
in response to reader comment: Constitutionalism & Separation of Church and State

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 1, 2022 at 16:11

For my esteemed fellow Reader Robert, being characterized as a proselytizing messenger is one that, over the years was not the label by which a reputation of overbearing in my faith was what I sought, but when considering that the objective is wanting to share the love and not the divisiveness of denominationalism, those who responded to the love (and some were messianic believers) helped to overcome the stigmatism that such a label sometimes attached. But to the extra extention of the argument of some that took extreme exceptioon to being exposed to my devotion to my Savior, it is in the freedom afforded here in America by which such witness is expressed. I have NEVER forced my faith or belief: but neither have I taken exception to being told to take it somewhere else; it is a matter of choice and not everyone is so inclined.
Ultimately, having my faith in the Jewish Messiah is the fulfillment in expectation of eternity in ways many in 'Christianesque settings have still to realize what it means when Zion is on the horizon and too many will miss out.


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