A True Believer Of God

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1. “In other words, belief is when someone thinks something is reality, true, when they have no absolute verified foundation for their certainty of the truth or realness of something” - Wikipedia. Is there really a god or is it just another fictional character that we are instilled to believe in like Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, or the Easter Bunny. Why is it that we are told there is only one god but other countries can believe in more then one? I can say that, I am not a true believer of god but I do believe that there is a higher being. Over the past twenty-seven years, I was never brought up as a spiritual child. My parents would never bring me to church on Sundays, nor did I have to read scriptures about the lord. However, that did not exclude me from going to church, believing in a higher being, and believing in life after death. …show more content…
For instance, there was no time in my life that I was really into reading scriptures, or even interested, until I reached the age 17. One summer after I graduated high school, me and my cousins, would spend some time at my grandmother 's house. Hanging out in the streets until dark, almost every night I was living life. One day, my grandmother’s neighbor Miss. Alice, asked us to come help out at her church’s youth night. We all agreed, due to the fact we were not doing anything else. This was my first experience, going into a baptist church. Since then I would occasionally go to church, whether if it was with my family or friends. Observing all the activity going around in the church, I found it to be unrealistic, and fraud. Watching the members shouting and jumping for joy after hearing the word from the pastor, then as soon as church is over you see them outside cursing and carrying on with other members of the church is not what you would expect to

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