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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Knowing and sharing the truth is a passion of mine, and it's what made me want to write this. I want everyone to think more about everything so we find the truth of many things with God's help. This is meant to be challenging and not offensive and mostly aimed at unbelievers. Someone mentioned that we can trust God to show us the truth and I fully agree.
I have a great challenge for you, my friend, and what knowledge it will bring.
I have a grand challenge for you, my friend: to question everything.
Question your life.
Question your death.
Question everything you think you know for sure.
Question your political and spiritual beliefs.
Question what is right, wrong, and pure.
Question why you do what you do and donít do what you donít.
Question what youíre willing to do and what you wonít.
Question what you should be doing and who you should be.
The answers to these questions are part of the key.
Question why things are the way they are, and how they could be what they should be.
If we all asked this to ourselves imagine how things would be.
Learn about history, science, religion, and question what the experts say.
What is real, what is not, and who was Socrates anyway?
That's an interesting question.
Question your questions and question your answers.
Question who you are and why you're here.
Question why I wrote this.
Question why youíre reading this.
People, please lend me your ear.
When others ask you a question, tell them what you think is true.
When people tell you what to think, tell them why should you?
When people criticize you for your questions, ask them why they do.
Listen. Think. Ask. Repeat.
Youíll find so much that is new.
The only stupid questions are the important ones that aren't asked, things that are left unsaid.
Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
Let the answers fill your head.
Ask and it will be given to you.
Seek and you will find.
Be completey transformed by the renewing of your mind.
You will never find all the answers but those you do unearth
will help you see life more clearly and find what is of worth.
Question what you think is truth and donít stop when you have begun.
Find it, test it, know it, live it,
share it with each and everyone.
When you find it, hold on tight and never let it flee.
When you finally know the truth youíll find the truth will set you free.
Question if God is real or not, and if He can give you the answers you seek.
Is He really a God of love who will bless the humble and the meek?
Is there truth to be found in the Bible, that old and famous book?
Many have said it has changed their lives.
You may want to take a look.
Above all, seek wisdom and understanding if you truly love your soul.
It is better than silver, gold, or rubies and can completely make you whole.
Love wisdom like a sister, and keep it close to your side.
Build your house upon it and use it as your guide.
Question everything that is and ever will be and ever was.
Question everything, my friend. Why? Just because.
Acts 17: 11-12
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