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Do you attend church more frequently now than you did just a few years ago?

  1. Yes
  2. About the same
  3. No
  4. Never have
 
 
 
 
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locomotive

Oct-13-13 10:40 PM

minotloner, you started this in your first post, second sentence.

And "preaching" offends you?

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Missy1

Oct-13-13 9:52 PM

You disagree person, you want to remove everything with religion out of every where. Now you are trying to trash Christmas tree, Pictures, Things that have been in place forever. So that is your stance. Fine. You are not allowed to tell me who - what- I Pray to on my property. I will still celebrate what I believe in. United State's so far, is still Free.

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Missy1

Oct-13-13 9:13 PM

You are right minotloner, so quit attacking a persons right to believe as they do. I am also a Christian. And you and your buddies attack us all the time. Guess what, we don't listen to people that want their rights, but won't let other people have their rights. Or their beliefs.

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subman

Oct-13-13 7:10 PM

Philippians 2:10-11 "that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father." One day whether you believe or not you will confess so you might as well start now.

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EarlyBird

Oct-13-13 11:10 AM

I'm a Christian and believe in Forgiveness. I don't think the world would do well in the long run if it were still an eye for an eye.

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BrianS

Oct-13-13 11:05 AM

Where are the atheist groups, the Secular groups, the Humanist groups in a disaster? Where would the flood recovery be in Minot if not for Christian groups?

All of you non-Christians who were affected by the flood, who like to push out your chests and think you are so enlightened, unlike the evil Christians, did you accept help from the Salvation Army, Hope Village or any church groups? If you did, then aren't you a hypocrite?

Yes, most Christians are hypocrites, only because we are sinners, just like everyone else. The difference is that we ask Jesus to help us be better people because we know that he is the only one that can.

Time to go to church! Have a blessed day!! I'll pray for you.

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BrianS

Oct-13-13 11:03 AM

Why is it that Christians are blamed for every bad thing that has ever happened, is happening or will happen in the world and are the only ones that are hypocrites? Could it be that those who blame Christians for everything and call us hypocrites are just trying to justify their unbelief in the truth, that Jesus Christ is The Way?

I'm a Christian and don't claim to know it all or to be without sin. The difference between me and a non-Christian is that I have accepted what Jesus did on the cross for me and have my sins forgiven and am going to heaven.

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namexxx

Oct-13-13 10:14 AM

PLEASE PAY NO ATTENTION TO OUR GOV'T. SHUTDOWN.

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muleskinner

Oct-13-13 9:58 AM

All those apostles were once of the Jewish religion and so was Jesus. They committed apostasy and became critical of how the religions were like barbaric, stoning people to death was one example. "Let those among you who are without sin cast the first stone," said Jesus.

In modern America, they just shoot you like the Capitol Hill Police did to the woman who was driving crazy around Washington, DC. She was prescribed psychoactive drugs, so she was out of her mind. Americans are just lost sheep in a world of people who are lost themselves.

There is no hope anymore. All of us should commit apostasy and become something other than lost sheep.

Maybe God can help us, but He is probably too busy weeping and gnashing his teeth from all of the grief caused by all those lost sheep doing the stupidest things possible here on this godforsaken earth.

If a man can't walk into a church on his own two feet, then he doesn't need six men to carry him in.

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animal

Oct-13-13 9:25 AM

Just like the Gov. the biggest lying hippocrats are always in the front row!!

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EarlyBird

Oct-13-13 8:12 AM

hahaha... yeah I guess even atheists pray now and then....

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