Thursday, August 23, 2007

Mother Teresa's crisis of faith

Read it here.

Wow. A lot to think about. More to pray about.


Seven Star Hand said...

Hello Christina,

Too bad Mother Teresa couldn't discern that the reason for her conclusions about the Christian god is because he doesn't exist. In fact, the gods professed by all three so-called faiths of Abraham are purposeful deceptions, hence the darkness she felt.

On the other hand, in spite of her inability to discern the existence of Jesus or God, she persisted in doing good, by her own strength.

I am deeply sorry for her suffering while greatly admiring her decades of good works. After all, no true saint would ever claim that faith is more important than good works.

Revelation 10:7
But within the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound, the mystery of God should be finished, as She has declared to Her servants the prophets.

Here is Wisdom !!

JacqueFromTexas said...

So, you've figured it out. All religion is a lie. There is no God. Those of us who believe in eternal life are sadly mistaken.

So you have a finite life: Do you really want to spend it taunting and patronizing people that believe otherwise. I mean, I have an eternity to live and yet I use my one life on Earth wisely. You only have 20 years left, in toto, if you're lucky. Why waste it talking to people you think to be fools? Your belief system (or lack thereof) would suggest that you've got better things to do, right?