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Are You Religious?

<t>Are You Religious?</t>

  • <t>Yes</t>

    Votes: 4 40.0%
  • <t>No</t>

    Votes: 6 60.0%
  • <t>No but I was</t>

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    10
I wouldn't really say I was ever a religious person, but in my younger days I did go to church and I was even in the choir. It's where I learned to play piano. But I only went to church to make my mother happy.
 
No. My mother was raised catholic but I wasn't raised catholic. My older brother and sister made their communions but my younger siblings and I never did. My mother just stopped practicing it then and found another church.
 
I am not religious. I am a Christian and I treat everyone how I want to be treated. I leave today's issues in Gods' loving hands. I pray and listen to worship music,go to church)I'm trying to find another one) and do Bible studies with the radio ministry.

It would be difficult for me to live my life without Jesus in it.
 
I gave up practicing traditional, man-made religion in exchange for a true relationship with God through Christ. I have never looked back or regretted it for one minute.
 
Foxy post_id=7743 time=1598280764 user_id=73 said:
I gave up practicing traditional, man-made religion in exchange for a true relationship with God through Christ. I have never looked back or regretted it for one minute.
Yes foxy people get that confused, a religion/ religious man made rules. A relationship with Jesus is different.
 
Im not religious but I would like to consider myself a Christian. I do believe but still have doubts and questions.
 
I’ve always said that god can
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And I stand by that statement 😁
 
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