What Do You Love The Most About Your Religion?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Freedom achieved with life in Christ: the Way, the Truth, and the Life.

  • 1 decade ago

    I love that it is free, completely open to anyone, it works on the unification of all of Humanity, it can teach us who we are, where we are, it delivers us to the purpose within this life without the need to die, and instead of faith or belief it gives us tangible, obvious, reproducible truth, the perception of the whole of reality.

    The only problem it is not a religion, but a practical scientific method...

    http://www.laitman.com/2009/11/a-practical-method-...

    http://www.perceivingreality.com/

    http://www.laitman.com/2009/12/the-difference-betw...

    I hope you find this interesting, all the best.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    That we have a called prophet of God who guides and directs the church through revelation. We have 12 called and ordained apostles who preach and establish the church. We have the priesthood which calls down divine authority and power from heaven to act in the name of Jesus Christ. We believe in the bible. We believe in the book of mormon. We believe that God is the same yesterday, today, and forever and he will continue to bless us through blessings as were given of them of old. I love that we preach the gospel all throughout the world and we aid so much money and supplies to people who are in need, especially during world crisis's. I love my church with all my heart and I know its christs restored church on the earth today. I testify in the name of jesus christ amen

    Source(s): The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • JP
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    I love that the truth is not something set in stone, but a process of inquiry and discussion that has no end.

    Source(s): Judaism.
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  • FROG E
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    I love God......I don't love religion or even like it

  • 1 decade ago

    The fact that I left it behind 16 years ago and am all the better without it.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The freedom I have.

    "Do what thou Wilt shall be the whole of the law."

    Source(s): Thelemite
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well, my son isn't acting up anymore.

    He's dead, I was looking for ages how to stop him from acting out, so I read the bible and it said to stone him.

    With rocks.

  • 1 decade ago

    Psalm 133:1: "Look! How good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity!"

    The psalmist David deeply appreciated brotherly unity. He was even inspired to sing about it! Imagine him with his harp as he sang: “Look! How good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity! It is like the good oil upon the head, that is running down upon the beard, Aaron’s beard, that is running down to the collar of his garments. It is like the dew of Hermon that is descending upon the mountains of Zion. For there Jehovah commanded the blessing to be, even life to time indefinite.”—Psalm 133:1-3.

    Those words applied to the brotherly unity enjoyed by God’s ancient people, the Israelites. When in Jerusalem for their three annual festivals, they did dwell together in unity. Though they came from various tribes, they were one family. Being together had a wholesome effect on them, like refreshing anointing oil with a pleasing aroma. When such oil was poured on Aaron’s head, it flowed down his beard and ran to the collar of his garment. For the Israelites, being together had a good influence that worked its way through the assembled people as a whole. Misunderstandings were cleared up, and unity was promoted. Similar unity exists in Jehovah’s global family today. Regularly associating has a wholesome spiritual effect on its members. Any misunderstandings or difficulties are removed as the counsel of God’s Word is applied. (Matthew 5:23, 24; 18:15-17) Jehovah’s people greatly appreciate the mutual encouragement that results from their brotherly unity.

    Yes, it is the worldwide association of brothers, the unity, that I love the most about being one of Jehovah's Witnesses. The unity is undeniably like no other. What other religion can say that! I can go to Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan for our fellow brothers and sisters who are serving Jehovah God with constancy despite the things that are taking place in their region. We pray for fellow ones to be watched over by Jehovah and that their faith remain strong. If I were to go out there, those brothers and sisters would greet me as if they knew me for years. They would welcome me in as if I was a native in their land. We study the same material, read from the same Bible and live by the very principles that are set therein.

    There is not that hatred that is o so prevalent in that region. That love that sets us apart from the others is like no other. We can travel anywhere around the world and there would be fellow Witnesses of Jehovah that would be delighted to see me, even if from another background or land. We can share our experiences. They can share theirs. We can accompany them in the ministry, even if we speak a different language.

    I have even gone out door to door with fellow brothers and sisters from Sweeden. Although we spoke two completely different languages, the love transcends and transcended all of that. It was a wonderful experience. It was like the country of Sweeden was brought over to me. We shared our experiences, sang Kingdom songs when in the Kingdom Hall, conversed with one another and the list is endless. This is not some pretense that is put on just to impress humans. This is real, genuine love and of course, a worldwide brotherhood.

    And what's more, even when we just meet a fellow brother or sister from another land and we share our experiences, or join together at the meetings, or accompany ourselves in the field ministry, when we part and each of us go our separate ways, I, and many other fellow brothers and sisters well up with tears because of that love that we have as fellow Witnesses. The very ones that we pray about are the very ones that we sometimes meet face to face, or have benefited by our donations to help further their Kingdom-preaching work.

    And that love and unity can go anywhere, anytime.

    Source(s): New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    nuthing. i donut hav wone

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