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Why You Should Love God

By Angelini, Stephanie

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Book Id: WPLBN0002828128
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
File Size: 29.06 kb
Reproduction Date: 7/5/2013

Title: Why You Should Love God  
Author: Angelini, Stephanie
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, Spirituality
Collection: Authors Community
Subcollection: Religion
Historic
Publication Date:
2013
Publisher: JJ Publishing
Member Page: Stephanie Angelini

Description
People often debate whether there is a God. This to-the-point essay delves into an even more important topic: Why you should love God. It includes five compelling reasons (1. It's what you were made for, 2. You need it, 3. He loves you, 4. He is worth it and you can trust him, and 5. You will regret that you didn't) as well as a sixth section on ways to get to know God, as well as a list of resources.

Excerpt
Does God exist? It is a question every person is faced with. However, the real question is not whether God is. Even the devil knows that God exists. The question that matters is not, “Do I believe in God?” but “Do I love Him?” The following pages lay out several reasons why everyone should love him. Knowing the love of God - God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit - and loving our fellow human beings through that love, is what every person was made for. It is what you were made for. It is your birthright and your destiny. Whatever you believe now, you deserve to know this truth, even if it is a truth that is often ridiculed, buried, and ignored. Christ suffered, died and rose again so that we might know the truth and he instituted the Catholic Church as the place where the truth is to be found.

Table of Contents
Essay - 1935 words 5 Reasons You Should Love God, with Sixth Section on Ways to Get to Know God. Resources

 

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