If God is God, He's not afraid of questions.

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Very simply put, we die because we're born with a moral cancer called sin.  We aren't sinners because we sin.  We sin because we're sinners.  The God of the Bible is real, Jesus Christ is His only Son, and the only name by which we can be saved from sin.  Satan is real, too, and he knows how to make a lie look like the truth.  If he can pull that off, then by default (if for no other reason) the truth is categorized as a lie.

With that said, talk to me.  Ask me anything.  Just make it relevant.  If I don't have an answer, I'll try to get one for you.  I reserve the right to not respond to emails that are abusive, or disrespectful in any way, but that doesn't mean that I won't respond.  There, but for the grace of God, go I.  As a teenager, I scoffed at the idea of the Bible being true, and had a foul mouth to match my mocking outlook.  People who send emails of that nature need to encounter the very real love of the living God most of all.

Experiencing the unconditional love of God should inspire us to treat others with such love, and if we won't forgive after tasting God's unfathomable and undeserved love, then maybe we're stifling the work that the Holy Spirit is doing in us.  Perhaps that's why Jesus said that if we won't forgive, we won't be forgiven.  He's done  His part.  He lived a flawless life in place of each one of us, and died on the cross to take the punishment for our sins.  His Father put His stamp of approval on Jesus life for each life and death for each death by raising Him from death.  Our part is to take it or leave it, but if we choose to take it, it should profoundly change us forever.  We all need to be loved, whether we'll admit it or not, and the love of our Creator will complete us.