Basic Concepts

Curiosities and its concepts

There are basic questions people have due to curiosity; questions they ask themselves. You will find many of those questions answered here as time passes by. This section is based on basic concepts the world has made. For any questions, feel free to contact us so we can continue these answers.

7 Responses

  1. Taetske says:

    Good Morning Linda,

    I must say I liked the story of the barber. You will have to seek to find. Being passive does not work and that is valid for all other areas in your life as well.

    Most humans have a problem with believing in something if they cannot see it. You cannot see God and that makes it more difficult to believe in him/her/it. I always have a problem with ” him” but that is human language. I prefer to see God as an omnipresence force without a gender.

    I have a different view of the devil. All humans are made up of good and bad. The question is which part is more predominant, you good or your bad part. That little voice inside which warns you, do not do that! You either listen or not. We were given free will. Free will to do good or bad, it is up to you. You are responsible for your actions and you will suffer the consequences.

    All humans have the Godly spark inside.

    Regards, Taetske

  2. Chloe says:

    Hello Linda, thanks for this wonderful post. First the issue of God is one that everyone living must acknowledge. We all have seen the different sign God have shown to us and it will be very sad not to accept that there is a God living  

    Now the enemy. Someone who is forever doomed and can never be in the mercy of the almighty will surely look for ways to destroy the wonderful works of God and that why we humans are the victims. Satan can come in many form, from your phone, office partner, friends, family even from your heart. What is required from we all is to be able to identity this Satan and not give in to the temptations he brings. My opinion, thanks for your time. 

  3. Paul says:

    Hi Linda,

    I have read some of your articles (Ways To See GOD, God Is Not Real and The Enemy) which are insightful and helpful. Your posts are inspiring and I praise GOD for your great works via this site.

    Today I read your post “People say no to Church”. In our youth team, we do follow up ministries on Sunday evenings and visit the families who didn’t attend the Sunday service or left the faith.

    You know what, the reasons they tell are silly and it hurts. In Hebrews 10:25 talks about the importance of attending the meetings. Even believers and people who believed in LORD in the past, saying no to church are common nowadays. So we can imagine how the atheist and people from other faith will react.

    I often suggest people start with the book of John. However, starting from proverbs sounds great and make sense.

    Thanks for the helpful insights I will share what I learned from your post with my youth team.

    GOD Bless!

  4. Adyns68 says:

    Hi Linda

    I think this section is really interesting. All of those are concepts that came with time and because men wanted to honor themselves. The one which kills me the most is God doesn’t exist. I love the story you shared, If we do not go to the barber, we will continue to look dirty. If we do not look for God , we shall continue to suffer in the hands of the ennemy. 

    I have a smile on my face and my heart is full of joy to have found your blog, I will bookmarked it and I will be checking up on you. You are doing a wonderful job.

    May God bless you!

    • Lindymonse says:

      Thank you.
      I believe that those who do not know God is because they do not seek Him.
      Yes, there are those who seek and do not see a result; patience must be set in order to find.

  5. Henry says:

    Hi! Why do people say no to church nowadays? Specially in the first-world nations?

    I believe that in part, it has to do with the coldness of church members. Some portrait the church as fallen in discredit and not having the same separation and thus authority it was designed to have.

    And another answer could be that the world has focused so much on materialistic aspects that they’re like Esau, preferring a bowl of red pottage than eternal promises.

    Or it could be a combination of many things. Could it be because the Lord is knocking on the outside as it happen to the church of the Laodiceans? I’d like to hear from you.

    • Lindymonse says:

      I believe people say no to church for many reasons.
      Church are the people of God; not the building.
      The building is the congregation.
      Therefore, I believe people say no to church (God’s people) because the way believers have let others down due to not living according to the word of God.; hence, living in disobedience, This reflects in their daily life therefore, the word spreads and people do not want to attend a congregation with the concept of “That’s the leader? I don’t want someone like that teach me,” or “They believe in Christ who never answered my prayer.” However, it takes time for a prayer to be answered.

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