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Rev 13:6 KJV – And he opened his mouth in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven.
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Are Christians allowed to Blaspheme God is the question that’s being asked and I think the answer is that when you have given yourself to God there will be times when you feel like everything in your own life should be perfect and that’s because God is perfect and there isn’t anyone or anything that can be compare to God and be believable and when you realize that you ask God to make it more understandable so that you will stop blaspheming perfection and learn to live with it because you want to be perfect when the time comes and God understands this has already forgiven the Christian for it. Just remember that to be upset enough and get angry out of frustration is real and to joke around is foolish and make believe. Either way to go out and share this wonderful message with other people is good news and many sins will be forgiven when you teach other people to say:
Our Father in Heaven
Hallowed be thy heaLthy Kingdom Come
Thy will be done
As it is in Heaven
Give us this day
Our daily bread
And forgive us our sins
As we have forgiven those that have sinned against us
For thine is the Kingdom
And the Power
And the Glory
You should also suggest they read the Holy Bible and tell them that you would be happy to read it with them all the time.
Thank you for the comments/ I apprfeciate you sharing the Lord’s prayer It indeed is a wonderful prayer that sets a pattern for each of us to use in our prayer life, but certainly it was not meant to be repeated verbatim. In doing so, it becomes a vain repetition, much like the heathens that vainly repeat words and phrases in idolatrous worship services. Nor does repeating this prayer gain forgiveness in and of itself. Lord bless you.
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Thanks Vincent. Lord bless!
You’re welcome Rob! Lord bless you too!
Thank you for this study earlier!
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