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BunnMedia

Eloquently written, Bishop Matt. This is something I encountered in an online forum just yesterday. As I am not naturally given to arguing, and I certainly don't see the benefit of doing so in an online forum (which was not dedicated to religious conversation, anyway) where I cannot be eye to eye, much less heart to heart with the other person, I swallowed hard... prayed for them... and moved on. The idealogy that in order to believe in God one must be a non-thinker, or at the very least a narrow, closed-minded thinker, is so rampant that sometimes it is very disheartening. But, we must NOT lose heart because He has overcome the world. I have come to understand that faith is necessary, no matter how much I want to be able to prove everything by rationale and fact. And, I am encouraged that I have seen Him break through to even the most hard and fast self-proclaimed atheists. But you are right... it is His work to break through, and our work to pray and love.

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it's really bad when you are mislead to beleave that someone is helping there people and after reading about the rush card, i was just hirt.

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