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How Do I Love Myself?

posted by smcswain

Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as you love yourself” (Mark 12:31). That’s just another way of saying, “You cannot give away what you do not possess.” Or, “You cannot give to another what you have not given to yourself already.” […]

Christian Mingle Dot Com

posted by smcswain

Christian Mingle Dot Com “Find God’s Match for You.” What IS this? A bit bothersome to me, frankly. No, I think I would have to say, a “lot” bothersome. Like God actually has someone picked out just for you? No […]

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