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Ty Hibb answered Roy Roy's question

My morality is based on two things. Loving God with my whole heart soul and mind and loving my neighbor as myself. Understanding how God feels on matters shapes my thinking about what is really right and what is really wrong. Without that knowledge I would be relegated to learning things through trial and error. … Read more

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Ty Hibb thanked Cookie Hill's answer

Those are some nice things to do or not do,which the bible teaches at  1 Cornithians 6:9-11 besides not stealing being violent, it mentions not being sexually immoral, an adulterous person,idol worshippers.  And at Matthew 7:12 states ," All things,therefore, that you want men to do to you, you also must do to them." 

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Ty Hibb answered Roy Roy's question

The many comments posted were painful to even read about. I join you in experiencing that same pain. Understanding why we die and the hope for the dead has been very comforting to me. Knowing that this is not God's will and why He has allowed it has given me the ability to see the … Read more

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Ty Hibb answered The Z.'s question

It wouldn't be much different than what we see now. Man does not have the ability to direct his own foot steps. He has been trying to do that for some 6,000 years and the results are the same. What we need is the loving direction from our creator to have any real success in … Read more

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Ty Hibb thanked AnnNettie Paradise's answer

In every aspect of Christian living, Jesus was the perfect example. He never allowed the hardships and trialsome circumstances to cause him to despair, to become sidetracked, or to waver in his faith. As his disciples, we must follow his sterling example closely.(Matthew 16:24; 28:19,20)


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Ty Hibb answered

Your statement says a lot about yourself. The standard of right and wrong is different for most people. Whose standard do you want to apply to your position? What standard do you accept? Do you live by the motto "experience is the best teacher"?  Most people in this forum have created their own standard of … Read more

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Ty Hibb answered Robert Deniro's question

We were all born with an inherent need to worship. People try to satisfy that desire in different ways. The most successful way is to worship our creator. Unfortunately this has been substituted with other things to worship, science, animals, idols, intellect. These other things do not satisfy the desire as it should be done. … Read more