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Miriam Procacci
0 #3 Miriam Procacci 2017-04-19 13:37
My aunt in-law is a born again believer who loves the Lord and wants to bring others to Christ, but her techniques are pushing others away to the point that family members can't stand being around her. I myself can't take being around her, as she is sitting in judgement of everyone including other believers. She looks for and opportunity to quote the Bible on and on and on, a mile a minute.

Then, my husband, who is catholic and grieving for our son who just passed, spoke of a wonderful experience after talking to his priest. His aunt is shaking her head "no" which actually got me angry because he received good counsel, but because it came from a priest she was negative about it. She grew up catholic and converted.
Later, I found out that she was correcting the priest out loud during my son's service to the point family members wanted to escort her out because they found her to be disrespectful which she was.

This is been going on for 30+ years now and unfortunately she hasn't brought any family members to Christ. She just too much!
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michael taylor ford
-1 #2 michael taylor ford 2015-07-19 03:45
when we pray and thank should it be to GOD or to his Son Jesus? I have always been confused/unsure about that; I usually end my prayer with "To the Father, Through the Son and the Holy Spirit I pray, Amen." is that right? we can only talk to God through Jesus right? also where I get confused is that in the bible says Jesus is Lord and also that God is Lord? that's why I have trouble understanding who to thank and whom to pray to. Please help clarify this for me. Thanks and God Bless.

(Find my answer at:)
http://mainsailministries.org/index.php/q-a-a-god-bible-theology-culture/222-to-whom-do-we-pray-the-father-only-is-it-okay-to-pray-to-jesus-or-the-holy-spirit
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michael
0 #1 michael 2012-12-26 13:49
thanks for your post there.
I have a question too:
1) What does it really mean to live for God's glory? As in every day..how do you know God's will in every circumstance to make decision that will take you different paths..?
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