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Old 04-02-2010, 09:03 PM   #1
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God Bless to all of you, and Godspeed in the coming year.
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Old 04-02-2010, 09:06 PM   #2
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Ditto and remember what happened for this day to be remembered.

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Watch the movie, "The Passion" to get an idea.
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I may not subscribe to organized religion, but I dig Jesus........he was a classy dude.

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Watch the movie, "The Passion" to get an idea.
I watched it with my family. My wife, mother in law, sister in law, and daughter were all sobbing throughout the movie. The ending is great though
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I watched it with my family. My wife, mother in law, sister in law, and daughter were all sobbing throughout the movie. The ending is great though
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As a kid, I always cherished Christmas (and still do) - but now, as a grown man with children and a grandchild, I cherish Good Friday most of all. There's a good reason why the veil was torn in two, why the Earth was covered in darkness, why the ground shook with a mighty quake and why the dead were raised. Even the roman soldiers who witnessed the crucifixion had no doubt as to the meaning of the soul trembling signs.

Thank you, Lord, for your "unspeakable gift".
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That pretty much says it all!
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As a kid, I always cherished Christmas (and still do) - but now, as a grown man with children and a grandchild, I cherish Good Friday most of all. There's a good reason why the veil was torn in two, why the Earth was covered in darkness, why the ground shook with a mighty quake and why the dead were raised. Even the roman soldiers who witnessed the crucifixion had no doubt as to the meaning of the soul trembling signs.

Thank you, Lord, for your "unspeakable gift".
yeah, Good Friday is pretty f'n emotional.
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for such an anti-socialist, you sure do love the original socialist.
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for such an anti-socialist, you sure do love the original socialist.
true, but the original socialist does not use a gun.
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for such an anti-socialist, you sure do love the original socialist.
You are confused. Jesus said, "If a man asks for your shirt, give him also your coat". He didn't say, "If a man asks for your shirt, give the government your coat so they can give someone else a pair of pants."
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Buzzkill style socialism equals awesome!


And manana is Easter!

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Not bad at all...
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