Amigos cristãos,gostaria de pedir_apesar de saber que serei excomungado por alguns_que fosse feito um estudo mais profundo dos originais dos textos referentes ao"inferno".Tanto no grego quanto no hebraico.Nos mesmos,não existe a idéia de sofrimento eterno!O "inferno"foi uma criação do imaginário popular cristão que se tem perpetuado.É muito mais fácil trazer pessoas de nível inteléctual baixo pra dentro da igreja do que expressando o amor de Deus.Acontece que a idéia ortodoxa de"inferno"(onde pessoas vão queimar eternamente)tem afastado nossos amigos ateus.eles fazem a seguinte pergunta:"COMO UM DEUS BOM PODE MANTER PESSOAS NUM SOFRIMENTO ETERNO?"
If your brothers in Christ were to describe you in one word, what would it be?
In many old letters, I noticed several friends wrote down that when they think of me, they get the word: “happy”. Warmed my soul.
It reminded me of a statement that an old roommate made about me last year: “I can’t ever imagine you depressed.” It floored me, because I wasn’t always like this. I spent a lot of my youth just generally bummed out about life. And then in my 20s, I was always lamenting whatever I didn’t have.
However, something about my 30s has filled me optimism. I wish I could tell you what it is, but I simply determined to enjoy my life. I want to be happy. I seek out happy things, and miraculously happiness seems to find me.
Pastor and author Joel Osteen is famous for speaking up for happiness and the importance to practice it every day. You can’t wait for circumstances to get better. You have to create your own good fortune. So look for ways to be happy every day.