The God Factor
When we as individuals, go out and do a great deal of wrong doing, we must be aware of the God factor. What is the God factor? The God factor means,” whatever individuals do in their lives, they must consider the judgement 0f God, either in time or eternity.” Individuals and groups live their lives, as if there is no God. Nations run their governments and make decisions, as if there is no God. Why? It is very simple, man does not want God telling him what to do. Man wants to be free from God, while breathing His air, and eating His fruits and vegetables. Man wants to be free from God, while eating steaks that came from His cows, and fish that came from His seas. Man wants to be free from God’s authority, while enjoying His natural resources, material products, and trying to control His productivity of labor services. America, herself, claims to be a godly nation, while at the same time slaughtering more than 55 million babies through abortions, from the Roe v. Wade, decision in 1973, to the present. The God factor, is something we all must consider as individuals, as well as in groups. Have you considered the God factor in your life? Have I considered the God factor in my life? As a military kid, growing up across the U.S., and Europe, I came in contact with different religious beliefs. The belief that had the most influence on me was Christianity. I guess because it was the belief of my parents. Nevertheless, the Christians, or those who claimed to know God the most, were the most meanest and hateful folks I had ever known. So, I as grew into my adolescent years, the so-called Christians, or those who claimed to know God were a complete turn-off to me, and thus, distorted my perception of God. I only went to church because my parents made me go. To make a long story short, I matured spiritually enough to the point, where I realized that it was not God’s fault, because others had projected him in a negative light. Many of us have had negative experiences with the so-called followers of Christ. However, this should not cause us not to consider the God factor. God the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, will judge individuals, groups, and entire nations, and He will step over all the hypocrites, and ask you and I, “why didn’t you serve me? ”
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