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  • I have met a lot of people on this earthly journey. I‘ve been exposed to various denominations and have heard many different views ... more
  • Our lives, like nature, experience seasons. Life is filled with many ups and downs, so much so, we sometimes feel like we are riding a ... more
  • I had an extraordinary experience last Spring, reminding me that God’s love is with us, even in the smallest matters. I was two ... more

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    Hi, I do appreciate your concern for my well being. I am fine, just trying to get caught up. I also appreciate very much your interest in my posts. Your words are so kind. I didn't leave a comment on your Child's Christmas post, because not having any children, I'm not quite sure how to respond, but I appreciate your search for honesty. Love ya' very much, Steve

    Stephenway
    November 25, 2012
    10:08 PM
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    thank you Darleen , for your message, i hope you have a nice thanksgiving too luv Annie, see ya in group bless and luv to you ...

    annie
    November 23, 2012
    9:45 AM
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    Thank you so much for considering and your thoughtful comments on my recent posts. I agree that it is wrong that there are so many denominations when there is only one way. It puts me in mind of Paul referring to those who claimed to be of Apollos and those who claimed to be of someone else. The Gospel of Christ is not divided. It appears that since even Christians are not perfect, it seems that human nature, combined with different perspectives with people being brought up in so many different backgrounds, seems to want to interpret so many things in so many ways. Even the Jews had several sects, so that even if we had the entire Bible in its orginal Hebrew and everyone could read it, I suppose people would not see eye to eye on every interpretation of every word. This is why I believe that people shouldn't just leave a denomination because they disagree, but if in their heart they strongly feel led to do so, then depend on the Spirit to guide them in finding where He would have them to be. Love ya', Steve (Please be cautious with respect to Isaac)

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    August 27, 2012
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