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    I have this thing with words, I think it must be like dyslexia or something-most likely it comes from reading to fast. When it comes to scripture I read the question,” are we untied with Christ”

    well I know I am untied, even unglued and set apart from my Lord—-what the scripture really asked is if we are UNITED with Christ.

    I guess I can sometimes blame this problem with words on my being of age to be experiencing mentalpause—-I can not figure it out-I went through the pain of a hyster-ectomy and still I find myself hyster-ical!

    So today it happened again—on my favorite website—this one. I read a couple of posts talking about former religions as being non demon—-well I sure hope so! Even so, I am happy when folks get out of the non-demon church to become Catholic—-I know they will find even more support to keep the demons at bay. <img decoding=” title=”Smile” />


    :lol: Sorry about that, I believe that was from my post. I mixed the ‘m’ and the ‘n’ in that phrase. It was suppossed to be “Non-Denominational” or “non-denom” for short.

    Please, I would not go to any place where they specifically say “we are a [i:1hzzohpp]demon[/i:1hzzohpp] church, not like those other silly non-demon churches”. :lol:

    Speaking of mis-reading lines, do you know what probably the most mis-read line in the bible? Any place that mentions thongs or tongs. Sometimes tongs are mentioned, like in Isaiah 6:6 and sometimes thongs are mentioned, like in Mark 1:7. But everytime I hear a passage read involving these two words, the reader always confuses the two. Not to mention, the word ‘thong’ has an entirely different meaning in today’s culture. :shock:

    And is Jesus as a baby, wrapped in swadeling cloths or clothes. If they are clothes, can’t the just put it on him instead of wrapping him in them? <img decoding=:” title=”Question” />

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