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  1. Not true and not accurate, because I have seen very plain signs and healings. In fact, tomorrow I hope to baptise someone who came to faith because Jesus healed his leg and back, just because of my friend / Christian brother prayed for him in Jesus name. We need to not only believe, but to also act. Yes I believe Jesus Christ heals people. I think it is time to take my next step in faith and pray for someone who needs healing. I have prayed for people, starting with my wife and her pain left her completely. This is a biblical authority and given to every Christian who follows Jesus Christ. I always knew the Bible was true, I always knew that what Jesus Christ said was right. But its only now that my brother started to act, and I follow that I see that its true in reality right here and now. Please follow my brothers and my example and see what God will do. God bless you all with your next step in faith! To know you need a parachute is no use when you don't act and strap it on. To know scripture is no use if you don't act upon it.
  2. I created the poll above, to see what you guys think about this :-)
  3. Hi everyone, I`m creating a chatbot to answer some questions of non-Christians. In the future some people could be forwarded to real people, if they request this. Is there someone who would like to help me test it by asking some questions to it? So far there are like 400 questions and answers in the chatbot. But I figured I need like 1500. Do some people like to help me by just asking some questions to the chatbot so I can integrate these questions? Best regards, Jona
  4. You can say anything in the way you would say this to another person. God even knows your thoughts. Don't think anything is hidden for Him. Don't think some special words will please Him. Be honest and say what is really in your heart. And God will answer your honest prayer.
  5. I`m actually creating a chatbot to reply on these questions. In case someone is serious he/she can be forwarded to a real person or invited for a visit to our Jesus Café.
  6. Thanks! I created this top 10 out of your replies as a start. Any more suggestions or thoughts about what should be in the top 10?
  7. Hi guys, I`m thinking about a project. Therefore I could use some input from you guys. Did you ever talk with some non-believers / non-Christians and were surprised by their questions about God? I therefore would like to know what you guys think are questions asked by non-believers/ non-Christians about life / God / church etc. If you only think about one question, that's also ok. I will kind of try to create a top 10 of the questions you come up with and try to order them in this first post. Top 10 asked questions by non-believers and non-Christians: 1. If God is good, why is there evil in this world? 2. I`m a good person, so why do I have to accept Jesus to go to heaven? 3. If God is so loving, why would He send someone to hell? 4. How do you know that God is real? 5. What about evidence in the Universe for the Big Bang? 6. Why did God create this world? 7. Who created God? 8. Why can't you prove there is a God? 9. Why do you say homosexuality is wrong? 10. What is "sin"? This is to prepare myself a bit and get the answers ready ;-) God bless you, Jona.
  8. Imagine the tone of Jonah his voice. Imagine the look on his face. Was it a problem that Jonah thought God would be right to destroy Nineveh? Guess what, the people noticed Jonah was honest and sincere saying that God would destroy the city because of their sin. So they repented. The city was saved. Jonah knew God was just and mercifull. The issue of Jonah was that he could only see what was righteous and therefore did not agree with Gods grace. Still Jonah turned out to be the right man for the job.
  9. Oh thanks! I had no clue :-) God bless you too
  10. Hi guys, Let me introduce myself as Jona. Jona is the man who never doubted God. How much of the Jona attitude do we see on the streets? The Jona attitude: - If God would turn this city upside down, it would be right of Him to do so. - I don`t care what you think about my preaching, I`m only here because God left me not much of a choice. - I once ran from God and look what happened. My fellow people nearly died in the storm and so did I, but then God saved me. The respect attitude: A man is about to be hit by a truck. He is standing in the truck lane. - Hey, have you ever thought there might be a truck? The man replies: There might be something but it is definitely not a truck. - Respectfully sir, I think that truck is approaching you at full speed, and currently you don't see it coming until it hits you. The man replies: That's your opinion and not mine. If you respect me, stop hurting my feelings, leave me alone and never talk about a truck again. Why I prefer the Jona attitude: Guys and girls, think about this. Do we "respect" someone so much that out of "respect" we let him go to hell? What kind of respect is that? If the Bible is really true, and we truly love someone? How far do we go? Do we take the respect attitude, or the Jona attitude? Do we care to not be hated, or do we truly care for that person? If the Bible is really true, than what do we do?? God bless you all, Jona.
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