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Should A Christian Commit Suicide In Order To Be Closer To God?

I know personally that if I loved someone I would do anything in order to be with them.

So, should Christians kill themselves so as to reap the rewards of their faithfulness a little earlier than expected?

After all, an eternity with the Almighty God is what you guys want, right?

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Why don't you start your own thread to discuss the issue instead of insulting others?

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No, I am not from outer space. I just know enough about history to see religion for what it is. It is sad that my fellow Nigerians are much too ignorant to realize that they are worshipping the Gods of foreigners.

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Goodness!! Who's this Afeni? from outer space or where?

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No thank you. I do not want God's forgiveness.

Tell me, what are your thoughts on the traditional Gods?

Are you Yoruba? If so, isn't Oludumare good enough for you?

Ofcourse not, it is only good enough to follow if it brought along by invaders (see: Chrisitianity and Islam)

Every Nigerian that is not a traditional believer, an Athiest, or an Agnostic is a sell-out.

Sell-out pigs should be shot to stop the filthy beast from spreading the madness.

With that said, Bleep your God.

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And may God forgive you. . .

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2cantango, I am sorry I offended you. I wish I had a little something to give you for the pain. Owell, at least you have the God of the imperialist English to comfort you. Hope Jesus Christ makes it all better for you.

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<<snip>> Commit suicide if you want.

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Thou shalt not kill.

It includes you must not kill yourself so don't kill yourself and say you love God. You will be a sinner if you do.

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only God can take away life!!!!!

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Trying to reach the maker through suicide is like trying to enter the US without visa,you will get deported instantly.

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