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Saturday, September 15 Be reasonable, displaying all mildness toward all men.​—Titus 3:2.

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Saturday, September 15

Be reasonable, displaying all mildness toward all men.—Titus 3:2.


Do not be quick to assume you know what others believe. Some people say that they believe in evolution, but they also feel that God exists. They think that God used evolution to create different forms of life. Others say that they believe in evolution because they feel that it would not be taught at school were it not a fact. And some stop believing in God because they are disappointed with religion. So when you discuss the origin of life with someone, it is usually wise to ask questions first. Find out what that person believes. If you are reasonable and willing to listen, he may be inclined to listen to you. If someone seems to be attacking your belief in creation, you might ask him to explain how life could have begun without a Creator. For the first life-form to continue, it had to be able to reproduce, to make copies of itself. One professor of chemistry said: “One is struck by the complexity of even the simplest form of life.” w16.09 4:12, 13

For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.

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12 hours ago, GrumpysWife said:

So when you discuss the origin of life with someone, it is usually wise to ask questions first.


Sometimes we assume too much. better ask.

Man was created as an intelligent creature with the desire to explore and understand :)


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It was interesting , I spoke with a return visit who agreed we were in the "last days." She is A very studious student of the bible. So thinking we were on the same page, I asked her what she thought the next prophecy to be fulfilled might be. Armageddon was brought up, and God stepping in. Again I was a little surprised. Then she said that A lot of generations had to endure the last days before their reward.


It turned out that her understanding was each generation had their last days, then the faithful we taken to heaven.


We do, we forget that the terminology we use is clear to us. Yet when someone else uses those same words, or similar, its so easy to think they understand and build or move into the next point. The experience with this lady taught me a lesson.

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