Do you question the existence of God?

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Re: Do you question the existence of God?

Post by Kishor Rao » 08 Oct 2018, 04:17

I for one have never questioned the existence of God. I am much of a believer and have always believed that there is a strong possibility of the existence of the creator. But I never suspected Haatim because I think that even i would have questioned His existence id I were in his place.

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Post by Aniza Butt » 08 Mar 2019, 11:38

I have a strong belief in God and have never questioned His existence cause i felt His existence everywhere.
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Post by Intuitive Catalyst » 05 Sep 2019, 08:24

God Is! By whatever name you call this energy which is neither male or female! Hashim's faith and the loss of it was all based on his unquestioning, blind belief in his omnipresent father. He's a cherished and only son who always had it easy. The death of his sister jolted him into reality and he lost his 'easy' hold on his faith.

You cannot have someone constantly pulling your nuts out of the fire then ride home to daddy's safe arms knowing that that person who had your back all along is probably going to be killed. She was doing what she believed. That brought his own beliefs into question. He grew a pair of cojones. That strengthened his belief that wrong is wrong no matter who does it thereby informing readers that faith in your truth is the right way to go. He showed integrity. His actions surprised me a little and pleased me a lot!

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