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Becoming God

Hey, isn't that a blasphemy? No body said that we COULD become God. The point of this post is that a good many people act as if they have become God. The "I can make up my own idea about things" is close to thinking one is God, isn't it? If God has made up His mind about something, who am I to question that and to make up my own mind differently unless, of course, I think I'm God or a greater god than God as revealed by Scripture and Jesus Christ. Am I master of my own fate, or am I a servant of the Master of my fate? Important question. Maybe one of the most important you will ever answer.

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