ANSWERS: 38
  • Not that I'm aware of. In fact, he told us to go to our rooms and lock the door while we pray. You I think are quite justified in your not going to church.
  • It does say to worship and fellowship with others though... I think
  • No, actually he did not believe in organized prayer. He was of the Jewish faith, at that time there was nothing called Christianity or a Church as we know it. He went to a temple to pray and rebelled from it. That whole concept you speak of came many years after his death. So you be the judge of what you want to believe. I know I'm going to be lambasted for this one, but it is the truth.
  • YOU are the church. The "church" is where God resides, and God resides in you. Any moment you spend in honest prayer, is a moment spent "in church". Have a faith, not a religion.
  • do you find it strange that the ancients were polytheists or sacraficed animals/humans? or that certain people were mummified and buried in tombs with possesions to succeed in the after life, and there were mythological characters to fear/worship? isnt all of this 'modern' religion just more of the same? no. i dont think churchgoing is the definng criteria for damnation. oh well, but what do i know? i dont really consider myself a believer, but if there weren't such shifting of what is right [or wrong] i could probably handle the idea better.
  • No, not at all. The original "church" was nothing more than a few followers of the teachings of Jesus gathered in one of their homes. Organized religion apparently began with the Roman church when people began to gather together as a way of supporting each other against persecution by the Roman government. The Bible quotes God as saying, "True religion is not sacrifice and burnt offerings. Religion which is pure is to love God and help the widows and orphans in their distress."
  • Certainly not. What goes on between you and God is no one else’s business yo...
  • In the Bible, it is written "Don't stop meeting together (as some are doing), but [continue to] encourage each other… and [do this] even more as you see the Day getting closer.’ (Hebrews 10:25). I do not think that fear of hell is the reason people meet together, but because it is a natural outcome of your faith- to want to be amongst people of like belief. MOreover, the verse here says something very important- that Christianity is not just a personal badge, but is outward looking. THe writer wants Christians to join together to encourage each other. And that is true. We are not here for ourselves, but for others. I am a pastor's wife, and, each week, there are people in our congregation who need prayer, or a shoulder to cry on, or advice, or encouragement, or even a good giggle. I feel privileged to be just there. And to be encouraged myself. There is a famous anecdote, where a pastor visits a man who hasn't been to church in a while. He says nothing, but goes to the roaring fireplace, and takes out one burning ember. He puts it on the ground, and slowly, it loses its colour and goes cold. The man gets the message. It is so easy, when you are by yourself, to lose your zeal, your enthusiasm, your discipline. The third reason is also outward looking: with other congregation members, I help those outside our congregation: the hungry, the poor, the lonely. It would be so hard to do that on my own, but, with others, the burden is lifted and much more can be done. Think about it this way: it is not about how least we can do to get into heaven (Look at John 3 to see that Nicodemus asked that question), but how much we can do out of thanks for the salvation that Jesus won for us, by His death and resurrection.
  • He never said that... Church is just a way to fellowship with other believers which is great...and to get connected to God more and learn more about Him...(i.e. you can connect with God through self worship and reading the Bible and praying...)
  • The scripture tell us not to stop assembling our selves (coming together) with other believers because it is instrumental in our spiritual growth. It is not a sin but it makes your Christian walk more difficult.
  • You don't have to go to church to read the Bible. There are several choices online, and some will do a search on exactly what Jesus said in the Bible. You can find answers to all your Bible questions online as well, and even compare the different sites to find out which make the most sense.
  • Acts 2:42 And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. We should do the same.
  • No. But you should want to got to church so that you can know him better, and be with fellow believers. Because the devil's job is to rob steal and kill. So if you are not surrounded by God's people you may fall right into the devil's trap.
  • Jesus never did say that you have to go to church or you will go to hell. The Bible says ' don't forsake yourself for the gathering ' You should basically hang around with Believers, like minded people, those who aren't going to try and lead you astray, people who will build and up lift you, encourage you. This doesn't need to be in a church, but it basically suggests that you should surround yourself with good God fearing people.
  • you dont always have to go to church but try and go whne you have a good chance or when you havent been in a long time to join our brothers and sisters ALLELUIA
  • No, But he wants us to fellowship. He said"Do not forsake the dwelling of the brethern" He know we all need each other. We celebrate Jesus at church and we do learn great things. But you will not go to hell for not going to church. The body of Christ is the church.We often have church at our house. Whenever the saints of God (the believers of Christ) gather together we can have church. Church is good for helping others . There are various ministries to get involved in its like a community and all good.
  • no he doesn't say that. but he says not to leave the church so we can fellowship with christians and Him. but also just for yourself, if you really are christian , wouldn't you thirst for the word of God, and want to go to church. that makes all the difference
  • Jesus never said that if you murder someone you would be damed to hell either. Jesus probably did not feel it was necessary to say things that were obvious to the average Jew of the day. Matthew 19:17-78 states: Now someone approached him and said, "Teacher, what good must I do to gain eternal life?" He answered him, "Why do you ask me about the good? There is only One who is good. If you wish to enter into life, keep the commandments." Keeping the commandments means that you do not murder and you do keep holy the Lord's day. We should not absent ourselves from the assembly, as some do, but encourage one another; and this all the more because you see that the Day draws near (Hebrews 10:25). Christianity is not a spectator sport. Christianity (among other things) requires that you: • Worship your creator • Develop your relationship with God • Help build up the Church, the Body of Christ, the Communion of Saints, the family of believers Regular attendance and participation in your Church's services can help you reach these goals. You also obey the Commandment to "keep holy the Lord's day" by going to church. With love in Christ.
  • No normal sin can send anyone to hell. I believe the Bible says "Do not forsake the assembling of yourselves" which means that you are not supposed to ignore church services. The big thing is not to use what you know as a weapon. The truth is a weapon without love.
  • Not in the sense you are implying. But in quoting Adrianne Rogers who once said; "Don't tough this out yourself, don't be a lone ranger" or something to this effect. Overcome this, as believers we need others to fellowship with and be encouraged. Switching out the visual world for the unseen one is quite a transition, but one you'll NEVER regret, ever. Whether you know it or not, the spirit within you desires to plant your butt there as much as you'll allow it. Come on brotha!
  • no he didnt he said he would be everywhere
  • One point to bear in mind is that the church came before the bible
  • I don't buy it when people say they believe in God and Jesus but don't go to church. If I truly believed in God and Jesus, I would go to church all the time, read The Bible all the time. Shiiiiit.
  • If you don't go to church, I hope that you at least contribute to the televangelists, otherwise, a lot of the religious leaders are going to have to take a vow of poverty and go thru life without mansions, Mercedes Benzes, yatchs, mistresses and all the other toys that god would want them to otherwise have
  • Nope. The only admonition I can recall from the Bible is: "Forsake not the gathering of yourselves together." This was a reference to the way early Christains would gather from time to time in small groups in the homes of one member or another. They would share things they knew about God or Jesus, sing a few hymns, and perhaps break bread together. Refernces in the Bible to "the Church" refer to The Church Universal, which is the body of all who believe in, rely upon, and put their full faith and confidence in Jesus, called The Christ. References to "churches" refer to small bodies of believers who lived in specific geographic areas, e.g. the church at Corinth, the church at Thessalonika, the church at Rome. "Church," as in the buildings to which some people go on Sundays to hear a full-time "preacher" expound upon his her her own interpretation of the Bible, is a human invention.
  • You will surely not be damned. There is a reason for "church" as a body of honest believers and not an organized religion, to love each other, care for each other, forgive each other, uplift each other, etc. It becomes difficult to do this each other thing alone.
  • No, he did not say that as far as I know. The church today is considered to be the people who attend it so being part of a body of believers who prayed on a regular basis would be sufficient.
  • No. And if you read your Bible then you would know this. (Just read the damn thing, it's not hard. One page a day is fine :) ) Yeah, I find church boring too. But I recognize it has an important role in this world. Sometimes the church is the problem, sometimes I am the problem. The bad guys have their gangs, so we gotta have our gangs too! =P Jesus told the rich man to obey the Law that God gave to Moses. The rich man basically said, "Is that it? I already do that." so Jesus said, "Sell everything you own, give the money to the poor, then follow me." at which point the rich man just wandered off feeling sorry for himself, and at which point most Christians, on hearing this story, start shivering in their boots and thinking, "Maybe I'll just obey the ten commandments, try to be nice to everyone, and go to church instead!" One of the Jewish priests said, "So all these Laws don't really matter, what matters is love, because if you love everyone then you'll obey all the Laws anyway" and Jesus told this priest, "You are not far from the Kingdom of God." When Jesus simplified it to the extreme, He just said, "Love God with all your heart, with all your mind, with all your soul and all your strength. Love your neighbour as you love yourself." To all the overwhelmed weasels out there, yes he only said to love your neighbours as much as you love yourself. He didn't tell you to love them more than you love yourself! (But there's no point being a weasel, God knows your heart.) Oops, I'm raving on again. Yeah, You won't go to hell just because you avoid church, but if you're just starting out then a good church will give you alot more strength than trying to do it all alone. Just like it's easier to study at uni than it is to study at home. Eventually you'll get a mad scientist that is too busy discovering things on his own and the uni can't always help him, eventually you can get people so close to God that the Church "gets in the way" - but I don't think you or I are going to be like that for a long time yet.
  • No, but you cut yourself out of a lot of support and love that God intends for you to have. God intends for you to be surrounded by other Christians to help you on your path. God is right there with you all the time. But you have to remember to stick close to Him and hold onto Him. Evil is also there all the time, and when you are alone you are much more vulnerable. God intends for us to be together so that we can help one another stick close to Him. You keep yourself from instruction that will help you to be a better Christian. God doesn't intend for us to stay "baby Christians" for life. He wants us to grow and mature and help bring other Christians along. It is very hard to do that when you get no instruction. Thirdly, its selfish. As Christians we are to minister to others. We are to feed the hungry, comfort the lonely, care for the sick, visit those in prisons. These days, churches are often nearly empty. Lonely people can go there and find no one to talk to. I was talking to someone the other day in a bad marriage who was so lonely she didn't want to go on. She was a member of a church, but there was no one there to call on. Since the very message and purpose of Christ was selflessness and death to self, being selfish is unChristian. So no, the Bible doesn't say you'll go to hell if you don't go to church. But it does say that we are to be unselfish. It does say that we are to serve others. And don't think that just believing is enough. The Bible says that even the demons believe, and shudder. The demons aren't headed to heaven because they believe. You have to believe and love Christ. You have to want to be with Him. And if you love Him, you want to please Him and do what He says. I logged off a bit ago to head for church myself. Now that I'm back, I want to add to this answer. While I was at church today, I held the hands of a man who had an emergency resection of his bowel two weeks ago tomorrow. While at church the day before, I saw him go gray and sway and sit down suddenly. I didn't know he had diverticulitis and was bleeding internally, but I started praying for him right that instant. An email went out to the whole congregation the next morning about him being rushed to the hospital and that we should pray. This morning he told me how he could feel our prayers washing over him like a river and how it gave him strength and courage. He wasn't just saying it, he meant it. He held on to my hands almost fiercely as he thanked me. This morning I also hugged a friend who finished chemo a couple of months ago and just stopped wearing a wig. I told her how absolutely beautiful she looked (she does) and saw her face light up in a smile. This morning I hugged four little girls, the daughter's of friends, who were all born in China and plucked out of horrible conditions in an orphanages. Three of the four have disabilities and were utterly rejected by their parents, their families, their communities and their country, but they have found family and love here. I have given and received hugs and kisses from probably forty people this morning, a real, warm, tangible symbol of Christ's love for us. I've sung praise to God at the top of my lungs, whether the singing was perfect or not. I'm on fire! I have been fed with spiritual food. THAT is what you are missing.
  • Absolutely not ... and, in my opinion, a lot of what goes on in "churches" today is far removed from Jesus' teachings. When Jesus spoke of the Church, he was always referring to PEOPLE, not a building.
  • First of all, you can't be damned to hell for something you do or don't do if you have invited Jesus to come into your life and received Him as Lord and Savior. It's his work, not yours, that saves. You have been saved from hell, from paying the penalty for your sins, not because of what you do or don't do but because of what *Christ did* for you. Only Jesus can save you. You can't save yourself. "There was only one way for us to be saved: Jesus Christ—who was perfect and sinless—took our sins upon Himself, and He died in our place. We deserve to die for our sins, but He took upon Himself our death and our Hell. He did it out of love." ~Billy Graham. You can't get into heaven by your own efforts. "Salvation arrives as a free gift." (Eph. 2:10, Ro. 10:9, Ro. 4:16, Gal.2:16, 2:21, 3:26, 5:6, Ro. 4:5, 25, Co. 2: 11, 13-14--and many other verses). "Saving is his work, all you do is trust him enough to let Him do it. You neither make nor save yourself. God does both the making and the saving." (Ephesians 2:10) "You're not 'doing' anything; you're simply calling out to God, trusting him to do it for you. That's salvation." (Romans 10:9) You can't enter into a relationship with God by rule-keeping: "If a living relationship with God could come by rule-keeping, then Christ died unnecessarily." (Galatians 2:21). "By faith in Christ [we] are in a direct relationship with God." (Galatians 3:26). You aren't set right before God by "rule-keeping", or by "trying to be good." Only through "the sacrificed Jesus [who] made you fit for God, set you right with God." (Galatians 2:16, Romans 4:25) You can't by any works of your own, gain acceptance by God. Only through the free gift of Jesus, through God's grace. (Romans 3:19-31). You can't make yourself righteous by observing all the rules and laws--or by any means. Only Christ makes you righteous before God, when you trust in what He did (not what you do). (Romans 3:20-14, Galatians 2:16, Galatians 5:6, Romans 3:27-31, Romans 3:27,Hebrews 10:10, Colossians 1:22...). You can't please God by working your head off or improving yourself: "No human being can please God by self-improvement" (Galatians 2:16) or by "working [their] head off". (Galatians 2:16; 3:3) It "was against us and stood opposed to us." It "hindered more than it helped." It was "old, bankrupt", "cursed", "constricting." It "crushed" the people. It was a "government of death" and "condemnation." A "constricting legalism." A "curse", a "self-defeating cursed life." (Col. 2:14, Eph. 2:15, 2 Co. 3:15, Ga. 3:13, 2 Co. 3:17, Ac. 15:20, 2 Co. 3:7, 3:9). What was it that the Bible was talking about? The Law. When Jesus paid the penalty for our sins, "the Law", the "system of commandments", the "rule dominated way of living", the "rule-keeping system" was "cancelled", "thrown out", and "nailed to the cross." The law was "makeshift" and "temporary." (Ro. 6:6, 7:4, Heb. 7:18, Ga. 2:16, 5:2, 2 Co. 3:11, Co. 2:17, etc...). As Galatians 3:21 says, the the purpose of the law was to make it obvious that we are out of right relationship with God. And to show the uselessness of making some religious system for getting a relationship with God by our own efforts. Not by "rule-keeping" but "by faith in Christ [we] are in a direct relationship with God." (Galatians 3:26) The new way of living is not trying to keep rules. A list of do's and dont's. It's not "strenuous moral striving" (Ga. 3:5). It's not "trying to be good" (Ga.2:18). It's not working your head off to please God (it won't work)(Gal. 2:18-19). It's not redoubling your own efforts (Ro. 8:4). It's not trying to live by your own effort (we are "doomed to failure")(Ga. 3:3,10). It's not trying to use the law to live right before God ("it's not so easy")(Ro. 10:5, Ga. 2:16). It's not trying to improve yourself and work your head off to please God (we can't please God that way: Galatians 2:16; 3:3). It's not obsessing with yourself in these matters (Ro. 8:6). The new way of living is focusing on God (Romans 8:6,7 9:32). It's being led by the Spirit. By that something deep with you that echoes God's yes and no, right and wrong. It's embracing what the Spirit is doing in you (Romans 8:4). It's trusting God to "shape the right living in you", making you like His son (Ro. 10:6) That's your new, free life in Christ. But back to the idea of going to church. Yes, Jesus commanded us to go to church. Keep in mind, God laid down certain rules to live by for us so that we can have the best of life, and complete happiness and fulfillment. And of course, we are not the only ones who benefit from church: it brings God pleasure when we worship Him. Hebrews 10:25 declares: "Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is" or in the Message version "not avoiding worshiping together as some do but spurring each other on, especially as we see the big Day approaching." As you will see in the points below, Jesus himself attended "church" or the "synagogue." "During the earthly life of Jesus Christ, He faithfully attended the synagogue, which was the place of public worship for the Jews. They would gather to read the law, and have one of the teachers expound the truths of the Old Testament. Luke 4:16 states: 'And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as His custom was, he went to the synagogue on the Sabbath day, and stood up for to read.'" ~Tim Ross "1 John 2:6 declares: "He that saith he abideth in him ought to himself also so to walk, even as he walked." ~Tim Ross Here are 12 reasons that reveal the importance of going to church.: 1) "God wants you to have fellowship with other believers, and you will be weakened spiritually if you don't have active contact with His people." ~Billy Graham 2) You will grow closer to Christ. "Go because you know you need to grow closer to Christ, and one way this happens is through our fellowship with other believers. The Bible says, 'Like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow up in your salvation' (1 Peter 2:2)." ~Billy Graham 3) "You need spiritual encouragement and help, and one of the most important ways you can receive these is through fellowship with God's people in a church where Christ is taught and lived." ~Billy Graham 4) In a gathering of believers, you can obey the New Testament's "one another" commands: We are to comfort one another (1 Thessalonians 4:18), build up one another (1 Thessalonians 5:11), confess our sins ot one another (James 5:16), pray for one another (James 5:16), and many more. 5) You meet with other Christians so that they can use their spiritual gifts to strengthen you. (We were all given spiritual gifts to minister to and help other people). "Paul explains that each part of the body exists to meet the needs of the other body parts. In the same way, God intends each of us to meet the needs of other believers, using our strengths to help in their areas of weakness. 1 Corinthians 12:21 expresses it this way: 'The eye cannot say to the hand, I have no need of you.' Neither can a Christian claim to be self-sufficient today." ~Dr. John Bechtle 6) As Billy Graham says, God wants you to grow and become strong in your faith, so you can resist temptation and become more like Jesus. In church, you learn from the Bible as it is taught. And you also learn from other believers who can help and encourage you.: "...once we come to Christ, we become part of a family—the family of God. Think of it: You are no longer just an individual, but you are now part of a group—a spiritual 'family' that includes every person on earth who truly believes in Jesus Christ. Everyone who believes in Christ is now your spiritual brother or sister! This family of believers is what the Bible calls the Church, the body of Christ: 'Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it' (1 Corinthians 12:27). "Why is it important to be part of a local fellowship of believers? Let me ask you a question: What does God want to do in your life? The answer is this: He wants to make you more like Jesus. But this won't happen if you are isolated from other Christians. You need them—and they need you. The Bible says, 'Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds' (Hebrews 10:24). "It's possible to be a Christian without going to church—but you will be missing out on an important part of what God wants to do in your life. Just as we need a balanced diet to be strong physically, so we need a balanced 'diet' to be strong spiritually—and part of that 'diet' is the Church. "Let me explain. What you have done by accepting Christ into your life is very important—in fact, it's the most important decision you will ever make. But becoming a Christian is only the beginning—the beginning of a whole new life with Christ. Now God wants you to grow and become strong in your faith, so you can resist temptation and become more like Jesus. "One of the ways we grow spiritually is through our fellowship and worship with other believers—in other words, through a church where Christ is honored. Not only do we learn from the Bible as it is taught, but we also learn from other believers who can help and encourage us. The Bible says, 'Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another' (Hebrews 10:25).... 7) It is an act of obedience. Hebrews 10:25 declares: "Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is" or in the Message version "not avoiding worshiping together as some do but spurring each other on, especially as we see the big Day approaching." 8) You are engaging in public worship. Worship brings pleasure to God. And public worship revives your spirit and encourages your heart. "In worship, we are expressing our love and gratitude to God for who he is and what He has done in our lives. When we engage in public worship we are manifesting to other believers as well as the lost world at large that our Lord is worthy of our highest praise and dedication." ~Tim Ross of Landmark Independent Baptist Church 9) You are following the example of Christ. "During the earthly life of Jesus Christ, He faithfully attended the synagogue, which was the place of public worship for the Jews. They would gather to read the law, and have one of the teachers expound the truths of the Old Testament. Luke 4:16 states: 'And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as His custom was, he went to the synagogue on the Sabbath day, and stood up for to read.'" ~Tim Ross "1 John 2:6 declares: "He that saith he abideth in him ought to himself also so to walk, even as he walked." ~Tim Ross 10) You are hearing God's word preached which causes you to grow as a Christian as well as nourishes and strengthens your faith. "There will be little or no growth in the Christian life if a person fails to recieve a steady diet of Scriptural preaching. 1 Peter 2:2-3 declares: 'As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby: If so be ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious.'" ~Tim Ross "Not only is Christian growth a result of hearing the Word, your faith will also be nourished and strengthened through hearing God's Word. Romans 10:17 states: 'So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.' The best place for any person, whether lost or saved, is to be consistently in attendance upon the preaching of God's Word." ~Tim Ross 11) You then apply and practice God's truth in your daily life. "As God's people come to hear the Word of the Lord, and be fed and nourished by it, they are to go forth applying and practicing the truth in their daily lives. If you do not faithfully attend church to hear God's message on a consistent basis it is highly unlikely that you will practice the principles of Christianity in your daily life. Hearing and doing God's Word are intricately linked together." ~Tim Ross 12) You fellowship with Christ: "Jesus Christ is the Head and Lawgiver of His churches, and as such He is in attendance every time the church assembles. He walks in the midst of His churches. He has deposited His glory in His church according to Ephesians 3:21 which states: 'Unto him be the glory in the church by Christ Jesus through all ages, world without end. Amen.' If Christ's glory and presence is found in His churches then should we not make every effort to be faithful to assemble in His name and enjoy His blessed fellowship? Matthew 18:20 declares: 'For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there I am in the midst of them." ~Tim Ross
  • there is a really good book called "so you dont want to go to church anymore" by wayne jacobson. It is an excellent and thought provoking book and maybe just what you are looking for.You can download it for FREE if you go on lifestream ministries website. I went to a particular church for many years of my life and i felt i didnt know myself anymore, i was like a robot, and the nastyness and backbiting in that place was definitely NOT Christian!.I think im closer to God now i dont go to a church, but some may be closer if they go , its what the individual needs, is no right or wrong in this, loz
  • NO, no HE didn't! Church is a gathering of believers to worship God and this is very good for you! Cause God reveals himself through the church. however, some people can be very hurtful and it was not God's intention at all. If anyone has offended you or hurt youy in anyway, I'm sorry. People will be people however, I encourage you to find one where the people support you and preach Christ.
  • Jesus DID say to forsake not the gathering together of believers, for there (church) you will not only learn more about Him, but also strengthen your faith. Jesus did NOT say that anyone would be damned or go to hell for not going to church. He DID say that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Light, and that NO MAN enters the kingdom of heaven except through HIM, and that through grace by faith. Read the story of the two thieves who were crucified with Him.
  • Christians are NOT following the teachings of Jesus (peace be upon him) but rather they follow the teachings of Paul (the false prophet) and the Church. Most of what Christians do or believe in is in complete contradiction with the original teachings of Jesus (peace be upon him), and the issue of praying in the so-called Churches is just one example of many of this teachings contradiction. Let us see what Jesus (peace be upon him) really taught and ordered his true followers to do when they want to PRAY: Jesus said: [5]"And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full. [6] But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you." [Matthew 6:5-6]
  • Don't you worry! So long as you don't waste time on your blind faith, you are being partially redeemed! (Also most of the money you'd put in the hat on a Sunday would go to pay compensation for the crimes of pedophile-prists, if not for their broadband fees...)
  • No you will you not go to hell. You do not say what else you for your sanctification, but be mindful that you are digesting his word and not just having milk. As Paul writes to the 1 Corinthians 3 v 2 "I gave you milk, not solid food, for you were not yet ready for it. Indeed, you are still not ready."
  • Jesus never said a thing. I suggest you study this website.http://www.geocities.com/fuzzyquark/christian_index.html

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