According to Bible, everyone is accepted and loved by God. Is "rejection" a very strong word for those Christians? Will they feel guilty when they reject someone who confess his/her romantic feelings for them?
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- Thread Starter
- 30-12-2012 14:10
- 30-12-2012 14:17
I'm a Christian. I feel bad rejecting someone, but personally, I don't think it has anything to do with my faith whatsoever. I know what it is like to be rejected, I've had a fairly traumatic experience in that department before so I know how hard it can be, I've definitely seen the worst of it. So, yeah, if I reject someone, I'll feel a little bad because I know they'll be hurting but I soon get over it. If I feel a need, I'll pray for them.
But to answer your question, I think it is completely independent of your faith, it depends on who you are as a person. I believe God loves everyone, but that has got nothing to do with you feeling bad rejecting someone, that's just a part of life.