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    • Linda Joy
      Thank you!
  • hope your tornatoes are over with
    • Linda Joy
      Temporarily, thank you!
  • I never pray, since it is a waste of time. One of my lovers wrote about "Self-Defeating Habits", and a major one is "Merely wishing, hoping and praying but doing nothing else to achieve your goals and solve your problems. Profound thinking and hard work are needed to accomplish anything whatsoever. He told me about some fundamentalists who would only pray for sick people while refusing to consult doctors. He knew people who died due to that foolishness. Wishes do not come true, and nether do prayers. There are no gods to hear prayers. I wish these people well. That is all I can do.
    • Linda Joy
      Thank you for wishing our residents well, but you are wrong. My faith in God has allowed me to experience answered prayer. And until you exercise faith you will never have an answered prayer. But that doesn't mean it doesn't happen. Just not to you because you don't exercise faith. There is no way you can prove my prayers don't come true. And you never will. I've also seen the prayers of others come true. But you are entitled to your beliefs even if it robs you of the power of God and the universe. You are the one choosing futility over power. And those who believe in God and Jesus will be reconciled to him after death, so what did they loose? Time away from God? But if believing in nothing brings you joy or a delusion of a greater intelligence then I'm happy for you. We all progress at different rates. One day every knee will bend and every tongue will confess that Jesus is The Christ. Oh happy day!

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