I always believe and have faith in miracles. I know most of us believe only in what we see but in the scriptures Jesus said, believe first and you'll see. It's faith that lead us to believe in God and his loving mercy.
Ever since I was a kid I never remembered a Christmas that we haven't celebrated. It was later then when I leaned what Christmas is all about. It's all about love, happiness and thanksgiving. It's celebrating the birth of Jesus.
That's why I don't want to debate with anybody about their religions and I feel if I'm invited to convert, they just wanted to say that my religion is not good or not fit for me. I hate hearing others say bad about my religion but I just don't mind them.
Seek first the kingdom of God and everything will be given to you. Do you know the passage in Malachi? This answers all about tithes and offerings.
New International Version (NIV)
8 “Will a mere mortal rob God? Yet you rob me.
“But you ask, ‘How are we robbing you?’
Who could ever prove that one's faith is strong? Only Jesus proven himself of having a strong faith to his father in fact even saints sometimes question God and lose his faith but why do they become saints? It's because when faith lost they cling to God and have Him guide their ways, and...
No. You can share your faith with others and share words of wisdom with them but I'm not desperate enough to convert them because conversion is a person's own free will. If they saw the light of God in me and wanted to become like me or they agree to my beliefs then it's up to them to follow me...
Religion can't save us. What is important is that you follow Christ, believe in God and do good will. However, giving up everything for faith, I can't say I can but I can't say I can't too. I don't know if we could answer this question directly. It needs meditation, thinking and prayer.