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How do i find motivations through God

another word, how to find true God in my mind?

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Read the Bible! Preferably the New Testament. The book of John is really inspiring as well as the book of Romans! :)

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Meditate

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Well, start to pray. Ask God to show himself to you, to help you and uplift you. Make praying a regular thing. Pray about everything. Pray at the end of the day thanking God for giving you another day to live. Pray before and after you eat. Pretty soon it will become comfortable and natural, you'll look forward to praying and talking with God. Another option is to go to church. At good Christian churches there are some really powerful services that just touch your heart. You can listen to people like Chuck Swindoll on Christian radio systems. Listen to Christian music, hymns and modern, and read your Bible and other Christian books. Hope this helped!

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I go to church through 5years and I don't feel any power of God.. What's my problem
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Maybe you should start going to a different Christian Church, or talk with your pastor.

For I know the plans I have for you,? declares the Lord, ?plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. - Jeremiah 29:11

And you have no problem, you just don't completely feel safe and comfortable with God yet. Don't worry, as long as you are hungry for the truth God will show you the way.

We love you Komoni, our sister in Christ!
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Sorry bout the question marks, had no Idea they were there.
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Pray and ask Him to show you His will. And read His word as well. Pray and study and if He has something specific for you He'll show you one way or another.

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Komoni, I found the following article helpful to me when I pondered this same question:

WHY is love so important for Christians? Because of the kind of God they worship. The apostle John described him in these words: “God is love.” (1 John 4:8) Just as many parents hope that their children will follow in their footsteps, so God wants Christians to try to be like him. Thus, the apostle Paul urged: “Become imitators of God, as beloved children, and go on walking in love.—Ephesians 5:1, 2

Love also balances the other Christian qualities. In the days of Jesus, the Jews—particularly their leaders—were diligent students of the Bible. But consider what Jesus said to them: “You are searching the Scriptures, because you think that by means of them you will have everlasting life; . . . but I well know that you do not have the love of God in you.” (John 5:39, 42; Luke 11:42) If they had had love as well as knowledge, they would have recognized Jesus as the Messiah. As it was, most of them lost out on the opportunity to be among the first members of the Christian congregation.

SEE PART 2 BELOW.

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Remember, too, the Roman Catholic conquistadores who carried their religion to the New World. They must have had a strong faith and a fierce zeal to accomplish what they did. But it was certainly not tempered by love. Otherwise, they would never have robbed, tortured, raped, and killed the native inhabitants of the American continents.

A Christian’s love goes even further. Jesus also said: “Continue to love your enemies and to pray for those persecuting you; that you may prove yourselves sons of your Father who is in the heavens, since he makes his sun rise upon wicked people and good and makes it rain upon righteous people and unrighteous.” (Matthew 5:44, 45) In other words, a Christian’s love embraces almost everyone! But what does this mean in practice?

For one thing, if we really want to love God, we will need to get to know him better. God himself has made that possible by providing the Bible, which is, in effect, a letter from him to us. When we receive a letter from a loved one, most of us read it immediately no matter how busy we are. Should it be any different with reading the Bible? Of course not. True, for many, life today is full of distractions, and most seem to prefer watching television to serious reading. But real Christians do not let that stop them from reading God’s Word. Thus, they are like the psalmist who wrote: “My soul has kept your reminders [which today are found in the Bible], and I love them exceedingly.”—Psalm 119:167.
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