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  • 11:07:20 pm on December 25, 2008 | 4
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    So, let me get this straight…If God doesn’t believe in Athiests, does He believe in Christians?  I mean, we did make up that term, right?  What do you think about this one?  Do you think all Christians are like this?



  • BISCUITbreakers 8:30 pm on December 28, 2008 | # | Reply

    Christians make me laugh. We, and I say WE, have a tendency to exclude others just to make ourselves feel better! Instead of condemning, it only seems right to love, and love relentlessly. Pray for this ministry! They might not have any members in the next 5 years! lol

  • Quynh 2:04 am on January 5, 2009 | # | Reply

    The Christian church is so far removed from the intentions of Christ. We build our kingdoms from material wealth, military might, and political pressure on others while confessing to be the underdogs. It makes me sick and it hurts my heart to see how hateful and corrupt we are. This sort of “us vs. them” mentality that Christians show for our fellow man makes us the true thorn in God’s eyes.
    It’s time to change, friends.

  • Paula Michelle Gomez 7:58 pm on January 8, 2009 | # | Reply

    Tha’s a great question!

    I say its all spiritual and we all are spirit like humans and some of us are not aware of our powers and some are aware and use the powers in a very wrong and evil way! We have been tought many things in our world it’s up to our self awarenes to choose what to believe in. Even then we face challenges in life and that is our mind. With so very many religions and new ways of thinking we tend to forget our true purpose. I say what is real and true believe it and what is a lie and false flee it. The way you know the truth is become and be true to yourself it is then will you reconize real! So the answer to the question is What do you believe as an individual who are you and what makes your world go around?

    Is God real? Or can that even be a question?

  • Trevor 10:12 pm on April 19, 2010 | # | Reply

    Wait … tease that statement to it’s logical ends. Since God doesn’t believe in atheists and this would make them disappear — does it logically follow that God doesn’t exist if we still have atheists around? I don’t think that was the message Pastor Manuel wanted to convey.

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