Writing my last two posts, I was truly upset; I was writing for the sake of it and because I had to fill up another blank page. Accordingly, the feedback is still negative or no feedback at all. Honestly, if I were you, I’d never write even one comment because the ideas were vague and didn’t make sense. Even though, I am going to keep writing until this vagueness is exchanged with clarity and purity.
Proudly enough, I admit I’m religious and let religion interfere with my decisions and lifestyle, consciously not blindly. Besides, after I’ve read a random religious blog today, it opened my eyes to my priorities which are God and religion, me and the family, friends and then my purpose in this world, respectively. So, it’s very imperative to start from God moving to other stuff.
To establish a well-built and strong construction, there must be strong and well-supported foundations. I was told before about three simple yet sophisticated rules to develop faith in God. First of all, one good intention; believe it till you make it. Believe that God s your savior and you’re asking him for help because he’s the only one that has the ability to save you and give you what you need then what you want.
Then, regret what you did, regret your sins and start doing the right things. Promise God not to be back to the old days and habits, it won’t be easy; you’ll confront too many obstacles and conflicts. You’ll have to face your needs and get seduced by the devil but patience and faith is what it takes to walk over this kind of conflicts.
Eventually, ask God submissively to accept your apology, let him feel your honesty, prove it that you are good and committed.
Let’s be good, let’s do good. God doesn’t need anything from us simply because he’s perfect. The good we do will be back to us when we least expect it. How many times have you been saved from death or a disaster? How many times did you feel hopeless when suddenly a strange motive pushed you and you succeeded? It was undoubtedly God.