Do you really feel for non belivers or is this entertainment or both?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I do care and feel for those who are non believers. Even if they are very rude to me and others, I feel for them, because deep down, I know that they have an emptiness in their lives that they are trying to fill with material things and those things are not satisfying them. The reason I care and feel for them, besides being a Christian, is because I was in that situation that they are in. I tried to let things of the world try to satisfy me and all they did was left me empty.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Both. On a small scale I like to try to help answer non believer's questions with enough intelligence that they might stop and think about things a little harder and maybe just sit down and read the bible for themselves. Or read it again if they missed the part I may have brought to their attention. However on a larger scale there seems to be so many on this forum who just want to be silly that sometimes it is just entertaining to see how silly they can be. Sometimes it's funny, other times it's just sad.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I would like all my friends and family to be believers. Honestly, I do not want nasty people to become believers but I know that I should. I wonder about the thief who was crucified with Jesus. I really am not so happy that murderers, rapists and child molesters may go to heaven. I agonize over it. It is not easy to love an enemy. I do try to have compassion for the things that drive a person to an evil path.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes I truly care about those who don't believe in Christ. I pray for them all the time, people I don't know. When you are a Christian we are to love everyone & pray for their salvation, no matter who they are. It's not entertaining to think of someone's lost soul, it's terrible, it's heartwreching. I get no pleasure in thinking about that.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Believers do no longer even comprehend--because the justifications contained in the Holy Bible are not to any extent further comprehensible in entire. The Bible changed into idea up and written through human beings. The Bible changed into prepared into Books through the Councils of Nicea and the various historic non secular writings were excluded from inclusion contained in the Bible through the Catholic Church.

  • 1 decade ago

    As a Pagan, let me say I'd love them to save their pity for the homeless.

  • 1 decade ago

    Don't feel sorry for us "non-believers" we are the clearest thinking ones around. I prayed for my dad to stop physically and mentally abusing my mom and I for years. Did your god step in and help...NO! You want to know why? THERE IS NO GOD!!! Why was my mom diagnosed with degenerative disc syndrome when she is one of the most wholesome people i have ever met? And I swear if you say it's god's will I will reach through the computer and slap you.

    God's will...that's funny...Those retards that had the fertilization therapy because they couldnt concieve said it was gods will for them to have septuplets....if it was really "God's Will" it would have been for them to have no children! Now they have 7 little dumb white trash retards just like them.

    God's will...i like to call it darwinism at its best.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yeah, I would feel sorry for anyone trying to help you brain dead, sky daddy Christians. Clearly a lost cause and you lose brain cells in the process.

  • 1 decade ago

    Christians have a need to feel sorry for (aka: be superior to) others. It comes hand in hand with the Exclusivity doctrine.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I want everybody to experience all the love and peace and comfort that I’ve received through Christ. How can I help but want that for everybody when I see so much loneliness and sorrow all around.

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