Are you one of those people who believe Free Will actually means making a choice whether or not you want to get up off this chair before reading this
entire post to go make a Coffee? What kind of car you choose the next time you buy one? Or even what you want to have for supper tonight? Think again,
because that is definitely not what Free Will is about.
When it comes to Free Will people only have two choices in this life. You can either choose to live selfishly(Evil) and not believe in God or both, or
humbly(Good) and believe in God or both. I don't think it matters what our faith or belief is in life, but what really matters is how we live our
Why would God care care about the irrelevant actions of which you call 'Free Will'? He doesn't, because that isn't what Free Will is about. So it's
obvious the actions that he speaks of has to be of more importance right? How do I put this in words, hmm...
Take an egotistical person for example who thinks he/she is above everybody else. That thought, is an action of Free Will. They choose to believe it
thus they will show less compassion towards people. These people are often driven by Greed/Pride/Lust etc the Seven Deadly Sins anyone? This is the
choice of Free will of a (Evil) person.
The other would be a humble person often driven by unselfishness, compassion,egolessness, charity, knowing that there is something out there bigger
than themselves. This is the choice of Free will of a (Good) person.
I'm going to use the (Evil) term vaguely. Not everybody is 'evil' by definition but alot of people are on the negative path rather than the positive
but doesn't make them evil. Just wanted to clear that up. Nobody is perfect, we all make mistakes but the question is, 'Did you truly learn from
1 Peter 5:5-6
You younger men, likewise, be subject to your elders; and all of you, clothe yourselves with humility toward one another, for God is opposed to the
proud, but gives grace to the humble. Humble yourselves, therefore, under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you at the proper time,
And no, I'm not a religious person. I just read verses online about important human emotions such as humility and humbleness and feel deeply connected
to such verses. I once read somewhere that the answers lie within the Bible and only those with eyes and ears and weary of ingorance shall see them.
As a person who is on the path towards Enlightenment, I can see how that's true and I only wish I had the opportinity to read the Bible but I haven't
read a book my entire life except for what I had to read in School. I can never really stick with them, I guess probably due to ADD.
8-5-2013 by TheProphetMark because: (no reason given)