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Annoying Christian Sayings

Are there any common terms, or sayings, used in some Christian groups that you find annoying? If you asked about it, what was their response? Some examples might be: applying the blood, the fire is here, let's go up to another level, I feel the annointing, etc.

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Kathr ... I don't think all who give to these "ministries" are doing it to get something back in this life. Most I suspect think the ministries are doing a good job and they want to help.

My daughter once gave to a donkey sanctuary, which claimed to rescue lots of them, but it turned out to be a con!

I give to various charities because of the work they do, and expect no return, but I do want to see their accounts, so I can be satisfied my donations are being used wisely and effectively.

So do have pity on those who are being fleeced!
---alan8566_of_uk on 5/30/09

Jesus said the seed is the word, and the fouls
come and devour it, they do it by turning the seed into money doctrines and make merchandise
of foolish lustful people trying to make a deal with God.
---Exzucuh on 5/27/09

Exzucuh, how true. Before I really understood this, I use to feel so sorry for those who got fleeced. But then one day It hit me....these people are giving for one reason, and that is, to get something in return. The Give and it shall be given back kinda thing.

But I wonder how many would still give if they knew they would get nothing this lifetime .The store up for yourselves treasures in heaven kinda thing.

---kathr4453 on 5/29/09

Heres one that anoys me along with my new reply ....

"Brother, the Lord sent me here to tell you ...." and my reply, "Thats odd, I was just talking to the Lord and He didn't mention that you were on your way"

Your ethier telling me a story, or God must have forgot.
---JIm on 5/28/09

When born again believers who have the love of god n their hearts they r lead to give 2 the poor sowing seed and god will bless u that is so unsciptaul its like give this 2 us so u can receive from god pure hearts is what gpd looks at
---laverne on 5/27/09

Jesus said the seed is the word, and the fouls
come and devour it, they do it by turning the seed into money doctrines and make merchandise
of foolish lustful people trying to make a deal with God.
---Exzucuh on 5/27/09

If you want to receive a blessing from God, you need to SOW A SEED into this ministry.

Sowing seed has absolutely nothing to do with money and everything to do with sharing God's Word, Mark 4:13-20.

For someone to tell people they will receive a blessing from God by giving money is in direct contradiction of what is written in Acts 8:18-24.

Also you will not find anything in scripture about giving what people call a LOVE OFFERING.
---Rob on 5/27/09

My Pastor is the Most Holy Right Reverend So and So, and the say.....
---Rob on 5/25/09

I,am neither annoyed or upset with any of the statements you mentioned.What annoys me is when they are made and the life lived by that person is known to be un chtistian.God or his spirit is not within those that attend church on sunday,and live like the devil the rest of the week.
---tom2 on 5/16/09


Sister, I have some 'typos' of my own ~ I meant to spell 'reading' instead of read ~ Hear the Spirit of 'God's' Law instead of God Law ~ I also meant to spell 'without' instead of with, and should have stated it like this :

Knowledge without Wisdom is also 'without' Understanding which make it useless! Job 28:28

It's funny how 3 little letters can literally confuse a lot, but I Pray & Hope that you were able to See & Hear the spirit of the Truth I was endeavoring to share.

Thanks for sharing!

Peace Be With You Sister & God Bless
---Shawn_M.T. on 5/14/09

rend (rnd)
v. rent (rnt) or rended, rending, rends
1. To tear or split apart or into pieces violently. See Synonyms at tear1.
2. To tear (one's garments or hair) in anguish or rage.
3. To tear away forcibly, wrest.
4. To pull, split, or divide as if by tearing: "Chip was rent between the impulse to laugh wildly and a bitterness that threatened hot tears" Louis Auchincloss.
5. To pierce or disturb with sound: a scream rent the silence.
6. To cause pain or distress to: tales that rend the heart.
To become torn or split, come apart.
---NurseRobert on 5/14/09

Shawn...The funny thing is that the man has no idea that I am also educated and had a 40-year career in business administration. He never even asked, just assuming that I am less educated than he since I am a woman. By the way, I do know how to spell "selling" although I didn't notice the typo in my first post.
---SusieB on 5/14/09

One of mine is
"I will put the Holy Ghost on you!"
said by some Christians when someone offends them.

Like the HS is something we can command to do bad things.
Get real, we certainly can't tell God what to do or not to do.
clay can't tell the potter what to do!
---miche3754 on 5/14/09


Amen~Sister~Amen, It's by our Hopes of Faith in the Spirit of Law in Christ Jesus, that Seals us with the Lord's Promise to redeem Salvation.

There's nothing wrong with a worldly education but the Salvation of the Lord is Spiritual. A individual can spend their whole Life read & studying every written letter of God's Word, BUT Salvation will still elude them until they gain the Eyes & Ears to See & Hear the Spirit of God Law :FOR It's the 'Newness of spirit' we Hear & serve and not the oldness of the letter Rom.7:6.

Knowledge without Wisdom is also with Understanding and is useless! Job 28:28

Peace Unto You & God Bless
---Shawn_M.T. on 5/14/09

The term is REND, meaning to tear apart into pieces. ( it's an obsolete word in todays English)

To "rend your heart and not your garments" means than an outward show of repentance (which the Jews customerily made by tearing their clothing) is not especially effective. But to "rend" your heart, is true repentance.
---Donna66 on 5/14/09

While discussing the Word of Faith preachers in our Sunday School class, one "educated" man said, "How come I haven't noticed these inconsistencies since I am a Bible College graduate and have been ordained for over 30 years?" This man actually believes in that "miracle water" that they are seeling. Just another educated fool.
---SusieB on 5/14/09

To Whosoever Has An Ear To Hear?

We're to be Righteously offended by the condescending annoyances of the works of the flesh : those being uncleanness, lasciviousness, Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, wrath, strife, heresies, Envyings, drunkenness. All of which are defiant to the Truth of God's Spiritual Fruits.

So, Be take warning when you find yourself offended and disturbed solely do to your own wrath, envying & strife toward others. Our zeal of what is condescending is for Christ sake, toward everything that opposes the Truth : not for our own personal OPINIONS.

Who is greater, he that sits at meat, or he that serves? is not he that sits at meat, "elevated'!! I'm among you as he that serves. John 22:27
---Shawn_M.T. on 5/13/09

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At the first mention that a "preacher" is affiliated with Rhema Bible College or anything that came out of that facility, my ears immediately ignore them.
---SusieB on 5/13/09

''Render your heart not your garment''

I believe the term is Rent not render. A saying when someone try's to justify their clothing!

Touch not Gods Anointed although I unfortunately used this one I hate to say for the first in jest :(

Prophesying over your life, Rehema word?, a word of Knowledge,

False mediums.
---Carla3939 on 5/13/09

MarkV.~ I agree with that one and that is a very pompous statement.
---Anne on 5/13/09

That's funny Rob! I don't like that either. "God wants you to know" or "I had a dream and God said.." If you had a dream, how come I didn't have one? If God speaks to you, how come He doesn't speak to me? God DOES speak through His Word to EVERYONE. He doesn't speak to us like he did to Moses at the burning bush. He is a silent God, but makes Himself known to his children.
---ALICIA on 5/13/09

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One annoying statements that I believe is meant to hurt and imbarrass an indiviual is,
"Until you get saved, you will continue to dis the truth, and believe whatever you desire:"
That statement conveys the idea that the person knows for a fact the other is not saved and he is since he was born again twice. And that no matter how wrong the sayer of those words is, even his lies are truth.
---MarkV. on 5/13/09

"Anything that doesn't bring glory to God is a sin"

Oh dear, I have just made myself a cup of tea!

And then I am going to my dentist.

But I will have to put fuel in my car.

I don't see that any of those things "bring glory to God"?

Are they really sins?
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/13/09

Alicia, the things you have seen people do because they claim the Holy Spirit has just came upon them is not the Holy Spirit at all.

These things are in line with those who are DEMON POSSED, Mark 9:17,27.
---Rob on 5/12/09

"To Whoever Has An Ear To Hear?" I find to be an annoying and rather condescending type statement.

I'm sure that the people who say this statement may very well be gentle-hearted, well-meaning, God loving people. But I just find that statement to be rather offensive because it seems to 'elevate' the person who is saying this statement like they are on a higher ground with God than others. I truly find it to be very disturbing in my own opinion.
---Anne on 5/12/09

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Everything happens for the good of those that love Him.

Everything happens for a reason.

And I agree with the poster below me-God told me to tell you. Ha.
---amand6348 on 5/12/09

Here are a few more. "GOD TOLD ME TO TELL YOU", as if I don't have a BIBLE, as if I can't read, and as if GOD can't speak directly to me. This one of the many tactics used by those of the Word of Faith Movement to deminish who GOD is so they can elevate themselves to be equal with or above God.
---Rob on 5/12/09

"TOUCH NOT THE ANNOINTED ONE." This is another tactic used by The Word of Faith Movement against those who question their teaching and to keep people from following the example found in Acts 17:11.

Remember, JIM JONES and DAVID KERESH claimed to be the annointed ones from GOD. Remember what happened to those who followed these men.

Those of the Word of Faith Movement have large churches and many followers. It would not surprise me if their followers meet the same fate as those who followed Jim Jones and David Keresh.
---Rob on 5/12/09


These are very common things I hear from people. They quote what is written in Matthew 7:1, but they avoid what is written in the rest of the chapter.-I have learned the people who use these sayings tend to be the very people who do not want their evil deeds to be exposed.
---Rob on 5/12/09

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Oh my goodness! I think the one that bugs me the most is when people get really excited and start jumping up and down and stuff and say they "got the Holy Spirit". Ugh! That drives me insane! You don't "get" the Holy Spirit. It doesn't come and go. It's a gift (Acts 2:38) and a comforter (John14:16-17). Jumping up and down and screaming like a mad man isnt the Holy Spirit. That's just emotions.
---Alicia on 5/12/09

Theres nothing wrong with the old hymn and yea sometimes the new have a place but many of the oldies lead you straight to the throne of grace, I often quote them because their meaning are not just good poetry but they come from are just majestic and are from a time when man's hearts were much purer and the meanings just cannot be duplicated nothing like latter day choruses, just my humble opinion.
---Carla3939 on 5/11/09

Phil...I'll wave to you as "I'll fly away" cause that's what I am counting on.
---SusieB on 5/11/09

Oh, good one Larry! That one annoys me too right along with the cliche, "God is good all the time and all the time, God is good." He definitely is good, but talk about overkill! Also, the tag we stick in prayers and at the end of them, "in Jesus name". Praying in Jesus' name means praying in his character and authority, not tagging his name on everything we say because its the thing to do. That's not what Jesus meant when he said ask the Father for anything in my name. I don't see Jesus praying in his own name. Does anyone else see him praying that way? So, why do we?
---Vicki on 5/11/09

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There are many.

People say they are going to CHURCH, with the FALSE UNDERSTANDING the CHURCH is a building they go to on Sunday mornings. The CHURCH is the BODY OF CHRIST, the building is just a meeting place.

Many people say they are a MAN OF GOD, but they don't know in the entire New Testament ONLY ONE PERSON was ever called a MAN OF GOD.

There are many other words people use because they hear other people use them, but I seriously doubt these people know what these words truly mean, Apostle, Prophet, Sanctified, Annointed, Reverend, Spirit Filled, Etc.
---Rob on 5/11/09

There are a number of old hymns from the mid 1800's that refer to rapture that are theologically incorrect.

But congregations keep using them perpetuating the the error as being acceptable theology.

"I'll Fly Away" is a good example
---Phil_the_Elder on 5/11/09

SusieB ... You are saying exactly what I have being trying to say all along.

There should be a balance where all members of the congregation are considered. I was pointing out that sometimes people will claim "God spoke to them" and go on with actions that ignore other people.

I recall a pastor, who said "Remember, if yoiu go home saying 'I liked everything about that service' there will e others who will be saying "I liked nothing about that service"

And I agree the "music group" should be behind, thus providing support for congregational singing, and not becoming a "performance"
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/11/09

I'm sure the older people you mention feel the same about the hymns in the hymnal.
---Richard on 5/10/09

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alan...The problem with many of the older Christians that we encounter is that they vehemently refuse to accept any songs that don't come out of that hymnal. We prefer a church which combines hymns with praise choruses and where the music is led by the Holy Spirit. We had a couple who used to lead our music service in the homeless shelter. They would set their equipment up at the back of the chapel and use an overhead for the words. That way the attention was on praise and worship instead of the singers. We thought that was wonderful.
---SusieB on 5/10/09

SusieB ... "Just how many of those "hymns" were around when Jesus walked the earth?" None, nor were any of the newer styles! Why do you ask?

"Do you think music doesn't ever change?" Of course it does!! But the old should continue alongside the new, as in secular music

"and that hymns are the only way to sing praises to God?" They certainly are not! New styles are a valid as old styles ... but old styles are as valid as the new style

Neither old nor New styles should be the only way to sing praises to God

When an new way of singing praises becomes "fashionable" will you want to be compelled to stop singing in your way?
---alan8566_of_uk on 5/10/09

Just how many of those "hymns" were around when Jesus walked the earth? Do you think music doesn't ever change and that hymns are the only way to sing praises to God?
---SusieB on 5/9/09

"God helps those who help themselves".
---larry on 5/9/09

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Yes, I've been unlucky, but I've also learned too. That I was responsible for assuming too much volunteer work in the church.

It is also difficult for many Pastors, Priests, Directors, and other church leaders. Some people want to GET all that they can, but GIVE little or nothing. The Bible teaches that we should make God our 1st priority and have "balance" in our ministry. Well, I got myself out-of-balance and suffered for that.

One important thing that I learned is that if COMPLAINING comes into the picture, it is time for things to be re-examined. Funny thing is, the church leaders didn't think that that was necessary. I quit both that church and my complaining too.
---Sag on 5/9/09

Annoying Christian sayings: Yes! "Love the sinner, hate the sin." Did Jesus ever say that?
---Vicki on 5/9/09

Steveng ... I may have been unclear.

These people wanted to abandon the old hymns and have only the modern songs. No, the old hymns would not change, but would no longer be used.

The old folk were expected to change, get used to not having their hymns.
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/9/09

Seq ... You're unlucky.

Whilst the effort has always been made by the few rather than the many, I have never heard any complaints from the church leaders & ministers, and they have always pulled their full weight.
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/9/09

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alan8566_of_UK: ""I am born-again and God has told me this is what we ought to do"

(Example ... "get rid of all the old hymns and sing only modern worship songs and the old folk of the congregation will just have to learn to change")

It makes it difficult for others to challenge the suggestions, for fear they are regarded as not born-again."

God never changes so why would the old folks? Why would the hymns?
---Steveng on 5/8/09

I've insulted certain Christians by asking what they mean when they say "I plead the blood!" or "I'm under the blood"

I think I understand what they mean. They refer to Christs blood and they desire all the divine properties attributed to it. I uderstand that they may picture themselves under His saving and protecting power when faced with certain problems. I don't object to references about "blood".

It's just that in terms of normal language
"Pleading" or "being under" the blood.. just sound nonsensical.
---Donna66 on 5/8/09

"What would Jesus Do" (WWJD) - ....
---TIMOTHY on 5/6/09

Well, he wouldn't be buying bumper stickers or wrist bands....
---NruseRobert on 5/8/09

What's all this complaining. After all, "We're only human!"
---SusieB on 5/8/09

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I have not heard it in years, but I used to cringe when I heard the words "Welcome to the Lord's house.." from the pulpit.

The Bible clearly teaches us that God does not "live" in a temple of stones built by human hands...
---obewan on 5/8/09

Many churches have mission statements that clearly state that Christians must do "whatever you need to do" in order to win the lost. Sounds reasonable. God wants EVERYONE to come to know about Jesus and accept him as Lord and Savior.

Well, I have problems with the: "whatever you need to do" part, when that involves: breaking laws, civil disobedience of authorities, potentially dangerous and/or injurious tasks, getting upset at church leaders, etc.

One time, I explained my concerns to church leaders. I was pretty much given the "cold shoulder" and blacklisted. I took that as a "sign" that the church didn't really care about things as much as it claimed to do so.

---Sag on 5/8/09

Church leaders identify a task that needs to be done: taking care of the church, helping out the needy, advertising church events, etc. The church leaders ask who wants to be "blessed" in return for helping out.

Trouble often strikes when tasks need to be done. Often, the same people show up for completing tasks and they end up getting "burned out" or discouraged. The church leaders rarely, or never, help out. Hmmm. Why not?

Yet, the church leaders often complain, sometimes during a Sunday morning service, that not enough volunteers are helping out. Well, I did until I got "burned out". The church leaders' complaining seemed more like a "curse" than a "blessing".
---Sag on 5/8/09


Divorce is no easy subject, there is deliverance for the soul but unless there is divorce through fornication of your spouse You being a man of God, there should be no recourse for negotiation in the re-marriage department God Designed marriage for life not fault.

However anyone that go's through divorce may or may not be aware that we serve a Great Almighty God and through him we have our every need supplied according to his riches in Glory, if we are fully repentant and understand scripture our needs are taken care of both physically and Spiritually through Christ.

Until you search the scriptures and taste/see/live what I am explaining your needs through mere mortal will never be fulfilled.
---Carla3939 on 5/8/09

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The sayings in and of themselves are not annoying. I mean are they really talking Jesus? or are they just saying the same nonconnecting to Jesus words over and over and over? People outside of Christ may be ritualistic, nonSpiritual, religion speakers, but not Christ speakers. Many are of the new age movement which tries to mix the Biblical truth with manufactured emotional energy in order to bring about that which only God can bring about. Flesh cannot force God's hand or make God move, God will do whatsoever he chooses: one can play with music and tones, one can afflict themself or starve themself or throw themself upon the ground, but all to no avail. God tells us how to connect to him in the Scriptures very simply.
---Eloy on 5/8/09

"I am born again, and God told me this"

They get in with this, so than anyone who disagrees is reluctant to do so, lest it be thought they are not born again
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/7/09

I don't think it sounds good to hear some say they are on fire for Christ. Fire makes me think of a catastrophe or of hell. They mean they have a zeal for God, why not say so? However, I do like the one WWJD, because it makes people think before they act.
---Betty on 5/7/09

I am a divorced man.

At churches, I often hear comments about which women are single and available for marriage. Sounds like a promising place to meet someone.

One problem is that some women have probably been so badly hurt by men that they are just too negative. The same probably applies to men like me. I've also found that not many women are open to relationships with divorced men. I haven't a clue why that is.

Divorce hurts and I would think that churches would be a place for healing our hurts. Does anyone else agree?

When I tell the leaders about my experience at their church, they just shake their heads and go silent. Hmmm. I get that idea that their church isn't worth going back to.

---Augie on 5/7/09

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'' Don't follow me I'm fallible'' Follow Christ?

Well if you don't want me to follow you It's just as well cause your obviously not following Christ, there's obviously something your doing wrong!

This one always puts my nose out of joint.
---Carla3939 on 5/6/09

in the bible the pharisees were 'insulted' because they were told that they are hypocrites.

this blog does not mean you are annoyed but you are given a snake when you are asking for a fish.

the teachings of the 'messengers of god' cause people to stumble & wrapped in bondage bec. they do not have any answers but are good in quoting the bible.
---mike on 5/6/09

**Are there no sayings in the Eastern Orthodox church that annoy you?**


**"It is truly meet to bless thee, the Theotokos, ever-blessed and most blameless, and Mother of our God. ..."**

And your point is...

**p.p.s. The Eastern Orthodox Church still has a exorkizein service.**

I never said we didn't. In fact, we invented exorcism. Your point here likewise is....
---katavasia on 5/6/09

"What would Jesus Do" (WWJD) - Don't even get me started on this bumper sticker level of Theology. There are a lot of people that have distorted views about Jesus so there will be multiple answers to every scenario and most of them will be wrong!
---TIMOTHY on 5/6/09

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"You're being too hard on yourself" can come if I confess how I can be wrong > James 5:16 does say, "Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much." And the Lord "scourges every son whom He receives," we have in Hebrews 12:6. Getting scourged by the LORD can be at least a *little* bit harder on me, than I can be on myself (o: And one person who started with "you're being too hard on yourself" later criticized me for pages and then dumped me from her forum - - - once, I'd consider, she found out I wasn't going to do what she wanted.
---Bill_bila5659 on 5/6/09

Thank you for giving the preferred spelling for anointing, Matthew 23:24 Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.
Are there no sayings in the Eastern Orthodox church that annoy you?
"It is truly meet to bless thee, the Theotokos, ever-blessed and most blameless, and Mother of our God. More honourable than the Cherubim, and beyond compare more glorious than the Seraphim, who without corruption gavest birth to God the Word, the very Theotokos, thee do we magnify."
p.s. See "Is Mel Gibson a Christian", Glenn on 5/4/09.
p.p.s. The Eastern Orthodox Church still has a exorkizein service.
---Glenn on 5/6/09

I get fed up with yellow bellied 'Christians' who will put up with any amount of evil from leaders and when you point out that they are evil, the answer is 'Well, I don't think we should judge them. You know it says Judge not lest you be judged!'

They always say this like it is a new thing but it is mind control ie really meaning, 'You'd better not criticize the leadership because all you will hear is that you are being judgemental.'

In fact the saints are to judge the world while we live in it. Also, Isa 58 verse 1 shows how God COMMANDS prophets to judge the people. Or is prophesy now finished?
---frances008 on 5/5/09

Oh yes! There used to be a dear friend and sister-in-Christ who had a saying which I not only disliked but felt it out of order. If I was getting sick she would tell me "don't claim it". Now even when one doesn't claim a sickness if its upon them its there to run its course,unless one obeys the Bible and is prayed for and gets a healing that way.
---Darlene_1 on 5/5/09

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The whole Christian experience is becoming annoying but God is merciful,gracious loving and kind. I have no problem with God but these so-called doctrines,denominations and so called Christians are very ignorant to the Word of God and is very annoying,most times. They do and say many silly and unbiblical things and only manage to destroy and tear down the message of the Cross. Yet they want the world to believe the Gospel and to become Christians. God have mercy on us all
---Robyn on 5/5/09

The phrase, "Do not touch God's anointed" is one that many people use when you try to tell them about false doctrine they are hearing from the television evangelist or have read in the latest book out. False doctrine is not anointed!
---SusieB on 5/5/09

Yes, there are annoying things that Christians dwell on during prayer requests.

When I request prayer, and someone prays for my request, the prayer often "unexpectedly" includes "hints" about:

"living in sin"
"not working for the Lord"
"unwilling to be used by God"
"disobeying the Catholic church leaders"
"not living the Christian life"

When I ask about these rather "offensive" phrases, I am told that God is working on me. Really? How?

I find such prayers to be SPIRITUAL ABUSE unless God confirms things to me when I pray to him.
---Sag on 5/5/09

"I feel the annointing," is a statement that annoys me.

Because there is NOT a doubled N in "anointing".
---katavasia on 5/5/09

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To Whosoever Has An Ear To Hear?

"Spare the rod spoil the Child".

Here's an annoying one which isn't written in Scriptures nor Biblically Sound. It was conjured-up by the stony hearts & minds of the world, to try to justify their physical disciplining of not only Children but also men.

We're not to withhold correction from the child: for if thou beatest him with the rod, he shall not die Pro.23:13 .

The Rod or Staff are the "Strength of God's Corrective Word" and He desires us to not withhold it from our children or one another.

We're to train our children with it, so they don't depart from it and by humility & Fear of the Lord, they shall not go the way of the froward!! Pro.22:4-6
---Shawn_M.T. on 5/5/09

"I am born-again and God has told me this is what we ought to do"

(Example ... "get rid of all the old hymns and sing only modern worship songs and the old folk of the congregation will just have to learn to change")

It makes it difficult for others to challenge the suggestions, for fear they are regarded as not born-again.
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/5/09

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