Truths appear in drips, streams, flows and pours. Drinking from the fountains of truth holds pleasures and benefits galore. Yep, truths poured in and truths poured out -- to constructively share. Truths sure can favorably do our lives well.

Initially, truths don’t always please our thirsty appetites. Often, though, when we allow them to rest in soak formation, to marinate and then to sink in thoroughly, our thirsts are satisfyingly quenched. Acceptance of truths adds to successful accomplishments of our action plans -- with relish.

Certainly, digesting truth proves good for our systems.

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Links to Written Content

Hi -

I've posted the links below for whoever is inclined to learn more about truths.  Perfection is exclusive to GOD so I don't FULLY believe in anyone but GOD; however, I've learned some valuable and deeply beneficial truths from reading relative to what is posted below.  

Why Jesus Can't be the Messiah

7 Differences Between Religion and Spirituality

Evidence the Jesus Never Existed - Kersey Graves (1875)

Evidence that Jesus Never Existed

The Story of Jesus Is the Story of the Sun

Where Did the Story of Jesus Come From?

Christ Myth Theory

Gospel Fictions

So-Called Biblical Scholar Says that Jesus is a Made Up Myth

He expressed, "How I Came to Reject the Resurrection of Jesus Christ."

The Reliability of the Bible Refuted

Christians Favourite Delusions - The Bible is the Word of God

Why the Christian Message is Bad

Disagreeing with Lee Strobel's Christian Claims

Historian Fires Back at Critics

The last paragraph in the "Historian Fires Back . . ." article says this:

"In fact, that site’s author, Kenneth Humphreys, not only argues that Jesus never existed, but that “scholars have known this for 200 years,” and that the myth of Jesus is kept alive because the Christian religion is “a highly profitable business.”

Jesus Never Existed

The above is Kenneth Humphreys' webpage --

Benefits of Meditation