There are according to a preacher I like to listen to four big questions in life.
- Why am I here?
- What is right and wrong?
- What brings me meaning
- What happens to a human being when I die?
Salvageable doesn’t exactly use those questions, but his questions are similar, and he does an excellent job of answering them.
Why do I exist? What is my purpose in life? Why did God put me here? Most of us grapple with these questions from time to time. Even Socrates knew that the unexamined life is not worth living. Does the Bible contain answers to these questions, or are we doomed to ask them again and again until the day we die?
The Bible says that the first man and the first woman were made in the image of God. This can refer to many things—intelligence, moral sense, and creativity, for example—but the most important quality of God, according to God, is love. “God is love.” Outside of creation, the Persons of God have pure and perfect love for one another. Creation itself can be viewed as a gift of love from the Father to the Son. God created many more beings that he could love, beings that could return his…
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