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I talk about Karma and why it is unbiblical. #Karma #bgbg2

I see a lot of people, especially Christians who keep saying about Karma about things going on with them and other people. I want to say there is no such thing as Karma. The Bible tells us we are suppose to love our enemy and those who do us wrong. We are actually to do good to them. Luke 6:28 and Matthew 5:44. Don’t worry about those who do you wrong. Give it to God. So if you believe in Karma you are going against what the Bible teaches. Wishing Karma on someone is asking for bad things to happen to someone. Notice Karma comes from Hinduism and Buddhism, two false religions, so that tells us it is not Christian based right there.

Karma
Karma

Definition of Karma from Google search.

  1. (in Hinduism and Buddhism) the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences.
    • informal: destiny or fate, following as effect from cause.

Another point to make we are suppose to forgive those who wrong us. If we don’t forgive them, Christ won’t forgive us. Matthew 6:14. Forgiveness is very important. You can read more about forgiveness in this blog post on Forgiveness.

No Karma

This is what I have to say there is no such thing as Karma. God wants us to give it to him our troubles. God also says vengeance is mine. See Deuteronomy 32:35 Romans 12:19. We are to cast all our cares and worries to Him. 1 Peter 5:7 & Psalm 55:22.

Interesting enough, as I am typing this up, my coworker is talking to another coworker about bad things. He is an atheist and also stated he doesn’t believe in Karma. He doesn’t think Karma exist. He believes that bad things happen to us all regardless who we are. He does make a good point to an extent. I want to go further and say no matter who we are, saved or unsaved we all have good things that happen to us and also bad things that happen to us. But there is a big difference between the saved person and the unsaved and that is the final our destination. My atheist coworker also stated to the other coworker he was talking to that we reap what we sow. This also shows you that even the unsaved knows things about God or even things from the Bible. I am sure they quote it and may not even know it came from the Bible. You can find this in Galatians 6:7-9.

We do reap what we sow as well. But, you yourself is not perfect nor is the person doing you wrong. I am sure you have done wrong to someone in your lifetime as well. Sometimes we may not even know that we done wrong onto someone. So leave it to God and don’t worry about it. Forgive! Doing good to those who do you wrong is a good thing. By you doing good to them the Bible says its like putting hot coals on their heads. See Proverbs 25:21-22.

Don’t wish bad on those who do you wrong. Do good to those who wrong you.

Christians stop using Karma! There is no such thing a Karma it is not in the Bible nor is is Christian like.
#Karma | #BGBG2


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