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Old 01-29-2011, 09:42 PM
Location: SC Foothills
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Originally Posted by kevcrawford View Post
If the OP has a desire of the heart, I'd keep pursuing it. The things worth doing aren't always easy. Keep plugging away. If you're wondering if it's not for you, keep trying anyway. If God closes the door, there will be no doubt in your mind.
I think this is very good advice.
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Old 01-30-2011, 01:29 PM
Location: Gaston, North Carolina
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Originally Posted by Jazzymom View Post
Not a devil or satan. Bad things just happen. It is part of life. Bad things happen to good people and that is life. it just happens.

People die, people get sick, people don't get out of life what they want. You cannot put blame.

G-d does not cause bad stuff to punish and a devil does not cause bad stuff either.
In the garden of eden where did the bad start?
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