If there were a God, and he he is truly ‘good’. Would something as simple as a disbelief in him really separate us?
Asked By: Enfinehti 7 hours ago
It has done a good job with separating us (Atheist and Religious) in the physical world, but would it truly separate us in the afterlife? Wouldn’t it be better to have only one set belief- To have NO set beliefs. There are many MANY beliefs one could have with our infinite brain. Why settle with one, when you can settle with many?
Answer by pukirahe Mar 6th, 2012 at 1:54AM
Nothing can separate us from one another or from God.
Love between God and men or between men themselves
is unbreakable, unchaged, unlimited.
The result of belief and disbelief is the fruit of love.
God’s love is always there: When we believe and love,
we find that the fruit is sweet.
When we don’t believe and don’t love, we find that the fruit is bitter.
It is like we make progress in school or fail,
That is the natural fruit of our choice, although the love
of our parents for us is always there.
Moreover, because of love, God and our parents
always try to give us warnings, support us and never abandon us.
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“Should the inebriation of the wine of My verses seize thee, and thou determinest to present thyself before the throne of thy Lord, the Creator of earth and heaven, make My love thy vesture, and thy shield remembrance of Me, and thy provision reliance upon God, the Revealer of all power.” (Baha’u'llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 58)
God is our Maker
Made objects follow His way
And not otherwise