Do you take them seriously? Or do you think, even subconsciously, that they don't REALLY believe what they do, and it's only a matter of time before they will figure out your "truth"?
Can you hold your own truths close, while respecting others beliefs...and I mean TRULY respecting them...and hold them(others beliefs) to be the absolute truth for THAT person? Or is it, all your beliefs and nothing else?
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Answer by sahmamax2 at 2:18 PM on Apr. 12, 2010
I am not picking on you, I promise, just some questions. You say you believe he is mislead. Mislead by whom....himself? Can you TRULY respect someone who you feel is mislead? Doesn't this imply that you think you know better, and this is almost condescending...to say he is mislead. And if you respect someone's beliefs, why would you continue to pray that they change? Do you accept them as they are, or not?
thats fine,. I thought someone would ask. yes, I can respect someone who I believe is misled. If I am confident in what I believe, than of course I am not going to think my husband is correct in what he beieves. I do believe he is misled, misled by the world and ultinately Satan, because he is the one who causes confusion. And I do beleive my husbadn to be a very smart person, even smart people are misled., I do not believe that I have all the answers, but I do bleive that God has all the answers cont....
Answer by Precious333 at 2:21 PM on Apr. 12, 2010