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JAD221 I am a gay-man of G-d. I do not speak for another, and I do not speak for G-d. But I do speak for myself. And it is my unshakeable belief that G-d loves all who believe and who do not believe equally. I find great comfort in knowing that politics and religion are (wo)man-made and not of G-d’s imagination. Now in my fifties, having a not so uneventful life, watching, remembering and living much of what was shown and not shown in “God In America”, I have to say with a measure of sadness and as well joy, yes, even in joy, “G-D BLESS AMERICA” !!! In Truth, John-Albert Dickert Cincinnati,Ohio
JKyleGerdes "My concern is not whether God is on our side, but rather that we are on God's side, for God is always right." -Abraham Lincoln
8f7e88a2-77bd-4b4a-8b3d-cb72ad “I don’t want to be an anti, against anybody. I simply want to be the builder of a great affirmation: the affirmation of God,who loves us and who wants to save us.” ? Oscar A. Romero, The Violence of Love
JJ_606 Among the many attributes of God love is second to none. Love is the desire to do good to others. If we desire to do good to others then we desire to do the Father's will.
MamaD God gives us just more than we can bear so we have to rely on Him. - Charles Spurgeon
Megs The only sin passion can commit is to be joyless - Dorothy L. Sayers
RJ You cannot reason with faith.
lovebird My longing for truth was a single prayer. -E. Stein
LAM "When your beliefs are healthy, your spirit thrives!" Linda Mercadante, HealthyBeliefs - HealthySpirit
Ladyhawk "Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid." John 14, verse 27
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