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Posted: 15-May-2004, 11:22 AM
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Hey, when what you have to say is this good, repeat yourself as many times as you like! smile.gif I am so glad that you found God! what a priceless gift He has given us! I am SO GLAD we don't have to earn it, cause if we did, I'm afraid I'd come up woefully short!

May God richly bless all of you!


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Posted: 15-May-2004, 12:09 PM
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Mac...Wonderful testimony. Oh, God's Grace how sweet the sound!!!!

BTW: I love that new song "Grace Like Rain" we sing in our Sunday Morning Services---Very Beautiful!

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Posted: 17-May-2004, 11:54 AM
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QUOTE (Elspeth @ May 11 2004, 02:51 PM)
Yes, Todd, I do, but I let down my end of the friendship way too often. The friend who calls when she needs something and rarely just to chat.

Well, my friend, you're not alone there. I know I'm guilt of calling on God when I need him, but forget to thank him or just spend time with him when things are going good.

MacE, indeed wonderful testimony. Repeat yourself as often as you like.


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Posted: 21-May-2004, 05:00 PM
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Well, I was raised a Catholic, the first 25 years of my life. I was a good Catholic girl, prayed my rosary at night, studied my catechism earnestly. Went through most of the sacraments. Then when I hit about 25, I discovered that I no longer believed in God. I saw him as an angry God with a chasm fixed between he and I, so I turned away from him totally. However, I came to this place where I wanted to do some studies in comparative religion. I decided to study other religions . I read everything I could get my hands on. I studdied Wicca, astrology and all the religions I could get my hands on. Then I moved into this apartment complex where there were all single college students and all protestant Christians. As I got to know them they would share their faith with me. At first I balked and told them to leave me alone in the area of religion..........yet I was doing my own private study. Well, I became good friends with these single people and was invited to church with them. It was the most wonderful experience of my life! I just cannot explain it! I sobbed and sobbed because for the first time in my life I felt acceptance by God and He alone. There was just something said in that sermon and I loved the prayers and worship music. I still did not turn to the Lord that day. It was a slow process. I don't even remember when I actually gave my heart to the Lord, but I did and have never regretted it since. There have been too many miracles in my own life to prove to me that He is there. All I have to do is ask. I have been a Christian for about 25 years now. Yes, I am 50 now! laugh.gif



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Posted: 21-May-2004, 09:17 PM
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Rosie, I am SO GLAD that you found God! You are such an inspiration to me! Your rosie personality (pun intneded! wink.gif ) always brings a smile to my face even on my worst days! And without you, I never would have found out about CelticRadio!

And I for one am proud to call you my sister! smile.gif

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Posted: 21-May-2004, 11:41 PM
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Thanks Allen! You know I got to reading my earlier post and I want it to be said that I in no way intended anything bad about the Catholic church as to the reason why I left! I have the highest regard and respect for the church and miss a lot of those traditions to this day. In fact, every once and awhile I will attend a Catholic mass. It is just that there are certain areas of the protestant faith that I love as well and my husband is a protestant so we attend a protestant church. I just wanted to clarify that because I didn't want somebody to read my above post the wrong way. unsure.gif
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