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Phlorence_602

He brought us here to this world.
He made his son d!e for us, and he just asks us to be obedient to him, is that too much to ask for?

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Just so you know, He didn't "make" Jesus die for us. Jesus chose to die for us because of how much He loves us.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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he's God he created everyone and every living thing, From the dust to the sky we need to thank him for giving us life.

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he dosent need us to be obedient to him..........he just wants what is good for us and if we are obedient to God its more than likely that we will have a good life

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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The simplest reason is: It?s our duty. Through his death on the cross, Christ has purchased us (Acts 20:28), and it is only fair that we do what he says. We are children of God, and we are to do what he commands. Of course, we do not obey in order to be saved. Salvation comes first, and obedience should follow. But obedience goes deeper than duty. Obedience should come from the heart, done because we want to, not grudgingly, because we have to. So why should we want to obey? There are three main reasons: faith, hope and love.

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Agree Godisone, with obedience we also receive blessings!
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Yes that's true.
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And the greatest of these is love
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Love is all we need...Amen.
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It was out of love after all that God was willing to sacrifice Himself for us.

What greater reason could there be to be thankful to Him?

What greater way could there be to show out thankfulness than to be obedient to Him?
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Ephesians 5:20 always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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I think Revelation 4:11 sums it up: “You are worthy, Jehovah, even our God, to receive the glory and the honor and the power, because you created all things, and because of your will they existed and were created.”

He deserves our obedience because He created us!

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When someone asks, you worship? You answer: God, he asks: why? You answer: because he deserves worship. He asks: why not worship idols? It is not worthy of worship, why not worship money? Not worthy of worship, why not worship the Governor? Does not deserve to worship him, why not worshipping the tree? Don't deserve to adore her, Why not worship stones? Not worthy of worship.
Then the only one deserve worshipping is God, because God is worthy of worship.

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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He gives us free will, he WANTS us to be obedient to him. I want my kids to listen to me and follow my directions, because they trust and love me. Not because I am their parent, and I make them. Its a choice!

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Except in your analogy if they chose not to listen to you, you lock them in the basement for the rest of their lives and beat them every day.
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lol skepti how do u figure tht??
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I have never ever beat my kids, and I dont have a basement. If they choose not to listen to me, then they will learn on their own, probably the hard way. Anything else??????
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Since a part of your beliefs includes a god who doled out eternal punishment for those who do not worship him, my analogy is correct.

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Do you not understand the term analogy? I wasn't saying you literally lock your children in the basement. I'm saying that would be the analogous punishment in your parenting analogy to "hell".
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Because God is just, He can't just excuse sin. That's why he provided an alternative. He sent His Son to die for us and take our place. He paid the punishment for our sin, so that we can live with Him in heaven one day. All we have to do is accept it.

God doesn't dole out eternal punishment. We face the punishment for our actions by choosing to sin. God gives us the opportunity not to face our eternal punishment.
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Bunk. Your supposed "sins" that deserve eternal punishment are simply not believing in your deity out of the thousands that have been worshiped over the years. It's appalling that you think the very fact of people believing differently than you merits eternal torture. It makes you rather a sociopath.
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And asking a rational person to believe that a deity sacrificed himself to himself in order to get around a rule he himself instituted because a dirt man and a rib woman ate a magic fruit given to them by a talking snake is just pushing it.
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You can believe in whatever you want. If I believe in God, but don't repent of my sins, I still am destined for eternal punishment.

He didn't sacrifice Himself in order to get around a rule. He followed the rule. A price had to be paid. That was the rule. He payed the price in our place.

And it's not just because of a dirt man and a rib woman ate a magic fruit given to them by a talking snake. Adam and Eve, after being tempted by Satan who had taken the form of a serpent, disobeyed God by eating the one fruit He had commanded they not eat. Since then every human being has fallen short of God's standard. Therefore we all deserve the same level of punishment Adam and Eve deserved. That's where Jesus comes in. He knew there was no way we could ever pay the debt we earned, so He came and paid it for us.

What's psychopathic or pushing it about that?
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Because to any one using even a jot of critical thinking it's obvious nonsense and a myth very much like older myths of that region.

The atonement doctrine is ludicrous, considering you Christians also claim "Jesus" IS god and that god is omnipotent- those two things don't mix with the necessity of "atonement".

The funny part is that you think your mythology is somehow special- it really isn't.
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These are all opinions. Some facts would be nice.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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Quoting your scriptures to people who think your scriptures are bunk is fruitless.
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Because He is the Creator of this universe. He gave us good parents, good things to eat, good things to wear and all luxuries to us. At least we must be thankful to him. So he expects our obedience to him. Still he is giving us liberty to follow his teachings or not.

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And what of those that have abusive parents, no food, rags for clothing and not even a roof over their heads, those are to thank him for that as well? Your logic is from a western middle class person.
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You are still wrong, though I am from Eastern part of the world called India. Secondly there are many people who don't have any thing to wear, any thing to eat, they spent all their life on road foot paths, when they find still less privileged people around them they thank God because they think they are at least better then them.
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I imagine if you look hard enough you would find someone that is worse off them yourself, but, death by starvation and exposure is death however you look at it. Let's all thank God for that.
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I agree with u.
& the closer u get to God the better your life will be.
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If we are thankful to him for such a life here he will definitely bless his people with heaven for permanent place to live. This is our testing time and work place result will be declared on the day of the judgement.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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Because he created us, & we would go to paradise.

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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He runs the world. kinda seems like itd be in our best interest to stay in His good graces. common sense, really.

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everything is about common sense ... what do you think....
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i disagree, emotions arent common sense. for example people can love someone who doesn't love us back. thats not common sense, but its not always about the facts and reasons.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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God created everything including us; He sets the rules.

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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Why does Santa Deserve our obedience? Same answer for both.

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god never gave me candy
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He gave you eternal life
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Neither he nor Santa exist. You can continue to believe as much as you want, but I stopped believing in Santa at 7 and god at 14.
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Eternal life? So your saying people don't die?
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Eternal spiritual life. Not physical
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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If we love God, we will obey Him, not always and not perfectly, but our desire is to obey Him and our lives give evidence of that desire. When we love God and obey Him, we naturally have love for one another. Obedience is commanded by God, not only because it glorifies Him when we obey, but because it is the best for us. Obedience brings joy, comfort and peace in a world where such things are hard to find, mainly due to disobedience and rejection of God and His Word. Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/Bible-obedience.html#ixzz2NvUwhTVS

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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If you believe in God, it's common sense to respect the creator
If you don't, you don't

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Sorry =)
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Look up "What I Love About Your Love" by Jana Kramer. Hopefully I'm not the only one that make this face :D and bobs their head.... XD
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I won't admit that my head may have bobbed... A little bit... But it was catchy!
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Lol! XD
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OH! Listen to "I Play Chicken With The Train" by Cowboy Troy. :D
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Was that song supposed to be taken seriously...
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....why???
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I didn't like it lol
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Listen to "Twisted Transistor" by Korn
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How did you not like it!? It's so stinking catchy! XD

Nah, I'm good.XD
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LOL! I listened to yours!!! You've gotta give it a try
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I will tomorrow. I promise.... as long as you remind me. ;)
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I might, I might forget
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We might get another snowday tomorrow.
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Leave your beer on the porch overnight and it'll be I've cold in the morning =)
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First of all, I'm not the one with beer. Second, I've cold?? Mmmm.... :P
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Hey guess what!!! I'm cold. :o
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I'm comfortable, with a slight chance of 100% humidity
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I'm chilly with a slight chance of blurry. ;o
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*flurries... O.O
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Correction, there is no slight chance, just humidity
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Mmm.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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Again, I'll say...
Respect is common sense. If you don't, you don't...
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Do you know what He's done for us? I'm pretty sure that deserves something!

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Hiya Missy! You are right Jack!
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if nothing deserves something then why does anyone work for a living?
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That's your opinion. You don't believe, fine. I'm just saying what I believe, and I believe He's done a ton.
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Im the parrot on your shoulder squawk in yeah jack! Thats right Tuckey!
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He also committed genocide... i dont know how that deserves praise
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The Tooth Fairy blessed me with quarters for leaving pieces of my head under my pillow. She deserves my obedience for LIFE.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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What if I decide Jeremiah isn't the best spokesperson for what I should understand about the world?
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He made the world and He could end it in a blink. Hes being very generous allowing us to muddle along for as long as He has. You know that saying "i bought you into this world and i can take you out of it!"? So far He hasnt despite how ungrateful and snarky most if the world is toward Him. AMAZING restraint.

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What about the flood myth?
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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God is our heavenly father who created everything and us too also, but it's different for everybody else some believe and some don't. I for one do believe strongly in him and it's nobody's choice to judge me by this neither NOBODY!!!!

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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Absolutely!
With everything He has done for us, there is no way anyone who believes He exists could say He doesn't.
Even if He hadn't done anything for us, He would still deserve our obedience because He created us.

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As mentioned, Revelation 4:11 tells us that he is "worthy of the honor and the praise", because He created us.

Hope I helped!

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because if he tells you to do something of course you would blindly follow it
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According to you, He doesn't exist, so how could he tell someone to do something?
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I never said that I actually think he told people to do that. I'm saying that you people blindly follow whatever you think he said.
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In case you haven't noticed. Lots of people--most people in the Old Testament actually (Gideon, Moses, and Jonah just to name a few)-- questioned God when He told them to do something. Eventually God set them straight.

Many Christians today do the same thing.
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I am not blindly following anything, I strongly believe in God and I have a right to obey his commandments. Thank you
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I never told you not to, its your right to believe what you want. But its still blind faith when you don't have any proof of his existence, I'm saying i'm against it I don't care what others believe but whether you believe it or not its still blindly following it. I know that even though i'v said many times that I don't mean offence by saying this i'm sure you will still try to argue.
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No I don't argue. You are entitled to your own beliefs.
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@TrystanMersmann, it is also blind unfaith when you have no proof of nonexistence.
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I believe in science, when there is no proof for something I have no reason to believe in it. Which is far more logical than believing in something only because there is no proof against it. When something doesn't exist there won't be proof of its nonexistence because it is nonexistent.
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I don't believe in God only because there is no proof against it. In fact, the entire universe, DNA, the atom, the human body, life itself all point to the existence of a God.
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no it does not. Only to those who look to god when they can't explain something, some of us look for the truth.
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Really? So the complexity of everything doesn't point to an intelligent designer?

Let me put it this way. If you traveled to mars and found a house with a table and some chairs, could anyone convince you that they just happened to be there? That there had never been any life on mars to put those things there?
Did you know that one strand of DNA is more complex than the entire plans for the city of Atlanta? That includes electrical wiring, plumbing, streets, buildings, and all. Now how can you think that that just happened to be there by chance? That no intelligent designer made it that way?

Psalm 19:1-2
The heavens proclaim the glory of God.
The skies display his craftsmanship.
Day after day they continue to speak;
night after night they make him known.
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yes I did know the complexity of dna. quotes won't make me believe anything and your just proving my point of looking to god when things are complex while scientists look for the truth
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What if the fact that God created everything is the truth? You're completely overlooking the possibility.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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i'm not overlooking the possibility. I admit that a lot of things I don't believe in could be real, but I still don't believe in them
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I get the feeling a lot of otherwise sane people fall for this load of tripe, simply because they feel indebted to the supposed sacrifice God made for them. I happen to know a certain believer VERY well, and she was indoctrinated heavily even before she was a double-digit midget. Before her mind had a chance to achieve maturity, she had concluded that because JC suffered so mightily on the cross that one day, all for HER, she owed Him her eternal gratitude and (apparently) complete suspension of disbelief.

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Look at phlorence's answer up above. Kind of like that.
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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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He made u. He is the reason youre here. Just like ur parents. But he made u. That's the least we can do

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Revelation 4:11 -“You are worthy, Jehovah, even our God, to receive the glory and the honor and the power, because you created all things, and because of your will they existed and were created.”

Jehovah God created the Universe and Mankind and he deserve obedience from mankind - he is the maker of all things. However, mankind have over the years disrespected him and refuse to obey his principles and guidelines as set forth in the Bible.

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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Yeah, I'll be perfectly honest with you. I don't really think the guy deserves our obedience at all. His existence itself should irritate the hell out of anyone who believes in him. Why it doesn't confuses me to no end.

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7
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Yes, yes, Creation and all that, but just as I'd have no reason to obey a father that abandoned me or a mother that wants me dead, I have no reason to obey a God who I feel is playing a horrible game with humans as pawns.
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He created you, blessed you, and loves you. Why should He deserve anything but our obedience?

For the Kingdom! - TheSoldieforGod

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Several reasons:
1. He is our Creator.-psalm 148:5,6
2. The Sustainer of our life.
3. The loving Sovereign.
4. Our Deliverer.-Colossians 1:13

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Why does Jehovah deserve our strict obedience? Jeremiah reveals one reason by calling Him “the Maker of the earth by his power, the One firmly establishing the productive land by his wisdom.” (Jer. 10:12) Jehovah is the Sovereign of the universe. We should fear him above all other rulers. He has the absolute right to call on us to comply with his wise commands, which are really in our permanent best interests.—Jer. 10:6, 7.
Jehovah, however, in addition to being the Universal Ruler, is the Sustainer of life—our life. This was dramatically made plain to the Jews of Jeremiah’s time. The land of Egypt depended a great deal on the waters of a river, the Nile, but the situation was different in the Promised Land. To a large extent, God’s people depended on seasonal rains, often storing runoff water in underground cisterns. (Deut. 11:13-17) Only Jehovah could send rain to moisten the soil so that it would produce. On the other hand, he could also withhold the needed rain. Hence, in Jeremiah’s day disobedient Jews experienced a series of devastating droughts that left their fields and vineyards parched, their wells and cisterns dry.—Jer. 3:3; 5:24; 12:4; 14:1-4, 22; 23:10.

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