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Contexting God...

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Submitted by donvan (United States), May 24, 2007 at 09:52

The notion of placing God, the creator, in "context" is interesting. The only "Context" for God is Love. Yet we see followers of esoteric belief systems placing God within the "Context" of conflict and violence, but because this context has no possibility of change, because Islam is incapable of reformation, and the koran is deemed the actual words of the Islamic god, Muslims are doomed to forever be in coflict,"Jihad". Because conflict is war, and war is hell, Islam is doomed to the everlasting hell of war.

But there is hope, and it lies in the same hope that came into the world 2,007 years ago, the Prince of Peace. Jesus did exactly what you suggest, He placed God into context. He taught us the God and Love are the same, and that if we believe and have enough faith, all men can have peace. Because through the power of His Holy Spirit, Peace is always possible. The peace of Jesus Christ reaches into the very souls of all people, and can change the world. Become a Christian, and let Jesus Christ into your life, you can have an abundant life of peace and hope for all mankind.

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