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Why Are Christians Fat

Is being fat a sin and if so why are most Christians including their pastors fat?

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I was overweight for 3 years. My stomache problems kept getting worse and the way I felt about how I looked was not any better. At this point I am working hard at never going through it again. Both were really painful. More next post
---Kella8334 on 11/11/08

Argument 1: Sure, it is a sin to overeat and be gluttonous, but we are humans and cannot expect a life without sin.

Response: Then why do churches have pot lucks that may feature fatty, no-nutrition food? Isn't this just encouraging sin? How is this any different than having an alcohol party at church?

Argument 2: Gluttony is a sin, but being fat isn't.

Response: Go visit poor people in a third world country and see how many are fat. Some people can eat more or less and gain more or less, but anyone can stop being fat by adjusting eating habits.

Argument 3: Being gluttonous is a sin only when others are starving.

Response: Others are starving.
---AdamCO on 11/10/08

I believe it must be those Wednesday Night Fried Chicken Dinners at church.
---kathr4453 on 7/17/08

Well, God feeds us well. hahaha I'm just playing. I'm not fat and I know as many fat Christians as I do slim Christians. But I do believe that being over weight is wrong. To over eat is to be greedy. Food can also be an idol. Something we lift up above God. We are the Body of Christ and we are to treat our bodies as it were Christ's. We don't belong to ourselves but to him. Just because someone is Christian doesn't mean they are without sin. We all sin 1 John 1:8-10. But we must repent daily and turn away from our sins, strive everyday to change according to Gods word. So
---Crystal on 7/5/08

Good results Obewan keep it up.

You're right about food/alcohol. I once attended a church which was passionately anti-alcohol but ignored the pig-outs of already grossly overweight people. It was amazing to see the amount of food they gobbled, and mostly of the high fat high sugar variety. I felt for them as they were addicts and already suffereing conditions and diseases linked to poor diet and obesity. But the church leaders said nothing. But if someone drank one glass of healthy wine! watch out.

Apparently it was also quite allowable to take all variety of prescribed mind-altering drugs but a glass or two of wine. Get thee behind me Satan!
---Warwick on 7/3/08

I take a medication that can cause weight gain. Still, I have lost 6 lbs in the past 6 months, and am only 5 lbs over my ideal BMI weight. I eat mostly Lean Cuisine for the portion control aspect. As for the sin? The man who would eat 4 pieces of fried chicken and 3 pieces of pie at the church potluck is every bit the sinner as the man who would get drunk at a keg party. I know a man who routinely did this, and he died an early death from congestive heart failure. Christians seek a lot of comfort food at potlucks probably because they do not view it as much a vice as drinking one glass of wine a day because it is good for the heart and stomach.
---obewan on 7/1/08

Same reason other sectors of the population are fat. Fat is no respector of persons or people group. Fat spreads itself evenly or lumpy.
It's often related to gluttony but can be the result of bad "jeans", metabolism or other health problems.
---Elder on 7/1/08

A person's weight is mostly made of of fat & muscle, true? what responsibility does a person over this fact? If fat is a storage of calories not used, and muscles are maintained by their use.... it seems that a person has control over their ratio of fat and muscle. eat only what your body burns (calories) and exercise your muscles. For those who have a weight problem, must be true to yourselves. Being an overweight Christian is not a sin but poor witness. It says you lust after food and your lazy.Strong words, but if your weight is causing high blood pressure and or being a diabetic... wow, what is your witness about "self control" what is your witness about resisting temptation (sweet foods).Then you pray for healing!
---dee on 7/1/08

Gluttony is a sin. There are many reasons for being overweight. Christians are people too, with very real problems and issues that we have to deal with,daily.Hormonal,metabolic problems,hereditary but mostly,just greedy and over indulgent. No exercise and restraint at the table is my best guess.
---Robyn on 5/24/08

Gluttony just isn't about food. Gluttony is overindulgence on anything. There is no difference in a person overeating than a person buying everything they see on these paid programs. Or a person having so many surgeries so they can look perfect. Bottom line, gluttony just isn't about food and a person being fat.
---Rebecca_D on 5/23/08

I'm guilty of gluttony, I'm 5'11" and weigh 145 pounds. 50 years ago, when I entered the University Missouri, as a football player. I weighed 220 pounds and was 6 foot tall. So as you can plainly see, I am getting fatter and shorter at the same time.
---Mima on 5/23/08

Gluttony and greed is idolatry according to the Word of God.
---frances008 on 5/22/08

Yes, gluttony is a sin, but so is any obsession over your body or any excess. We all struggle with some lust of the flesh...gluttony has immediate punishment because everyone can see the weight, and you learn some humility. I really don't understand why this blog exists...if you're concerned for the souls of your brothers and sisters who struggle with obesity, do something about it! Become a nutritionist or counselor, but don't sit at your computer and judge them.
---Liz on 5/22/08

Obesity is not always a result of gluttony. Obesity can be a result of genetics, or a low metabolism. Thus you cannot say being fat is a sin.
---Adam on 11/12/07

Andrea:: You are younger and smarter than I am.Your methods of Reasoning are more advanced. I am Just RC,steeped by you in idolatory.One of the lower class by your standards,besides being antiquated,getting ready for my next trip.Smiles & giggles.
---Emcee on 11/8/07

what do I know I'm non denominational.Besides Humour is the best Medicine.
---Emcee on 11/7/07
Emcee - what does this mean or do you mean fat is non-denominational????
---Andrea on 11/8/07

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"The Fat is in the Fire,the truth must Out"People eat too much because of the unnecesary necessity to be topped up.The adage is "Do you live to eat, or do you eat to live, is very true"God said all this is yours to enjoy BUT Gluttony is a deadlly SIN.He meant it literally.It is better to leave the table hungry & healthy than stuffed Like the thanksgiving turkey.Moderation is the key to success.
---Emcee on 11/8/07

Bonnie, I agree with this notion of earlie onset of obesity of youth who have been molested or raped. This is very real while often times not conscious. Of course these individuals are not necessarily Christian. It is a sad state of affairs as these are the very ones who often times become bulimic and desire to be thin. They tend to undermine dieting efforts due to the underling cause. They need prayer for healing of the abuse.
---jody on 11/8/07

Because we don't live in France/

Saints and sinners alike are fat. But American foods, are puposely injected with hormones, and hidden additives, including something purposely injected into foods to make Americans eat more, and be sicker, Pharmaceutical companys have payed much money to make Americans more sick and have purposely poisened our foods to cause in most cases fat people and sick people, they all get together Dr.s, Pharmaceutical companys, and Food manufacturers.
---Whisper on 11/8/07

Being fat is not a sin but gluttony is? Well, fat is just too much food that never got used. It's still gluttony. Anyone who is careful what goes in, and how much gets used, can be a reasonable weight. It akes discipline and perseverance. Both of these are a requirement for good leadership.
---john on 11/7/07

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Adam said it well, being fat is not a sin, Gluttony is. We eat more than we need, and when God created us He knew exactly what He was doing. Also there could be medical reasons that some of us tend to be obese. Also some of us do not get enough exercise as well. I used to weigh 270 Lbs., but I now weigh 135 Lbs. and have for the last 13 years. Not by a diet, but a lifestyle change as well as Godly discipline. God Bless!
---Cynthia on 11/7/07

Typically people become fat through gluttony. Being fat is a direct result of eating too much. So what is the difference? If you are fat you are gluttonous. There is no way of getting around it. Thyroid? Whatever!!!! There are ways to make sure that you don't become fat.....say eating right and excercise. It's a matter of discipline and that is all there is to it.
---Felisha on 11/7/07

Is this a humour Blog Or is it for Real?Could it be That after each Christian service all or most ladies Prepare a Loo OOUE to celebrate & since its unchristian to waste food, they pig out or rather have no leavings??Just clean dishes to take home.Bannana bread & Pastries are really fattening.Dont mind me, IJust asked, what do I know I'm non denominational.Besides Humour is the best Medicine.
---Emcee on 11/7/07

Obesity would be a sin only if someone were fat in the middle of a famine. And then only if were caused by overeating instead of its many other causes.

So, no, obesity is not a sin.

But tormenting people because they are fat is.
---Nancy on 11/7/07

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I only believe half of this statement,"Being fat is not a sin but gluttony is. I agree that glutton is a sin, but I also realize that being fat(which I am) is a result of gluttony. Therefore I openly confess that I'm guilty of the sin of gluttony looking at my size. I'm 5'11'' and weigh 238 pounds. Interestingly, I only weigh 10 more pounds than I did 50 years ago As a sophomore on the football team at the University Missouri. Put my waist is at least 15 inches bigger.
---Mima on 11/7/07

Being fat is not a sin. Gluttony is a sin. Big difference.
---Adam on 11/7/07

I was recently at a deliverance weekend at my church,, and one of the teachers came out with a statement about obesity and Christianity, well she mentioned that obesity had to do in most cases with sexual abuse or serious rejection as a youth, and being fat keeps men most cases. It keeps people at a distance.
---Bonnie on 11/7/07

Do something positve with your mouth instead of steryotyping your breathren like studying nutrition/diet and devise a fitness programme FREE of charge to help those you feel are in sin. You'll not only be blessed but you will have contibuted to defeating satan's plan by using food to harm other peoples health and lifestyle.
---carla5754 on 10/14/07

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Yes it is a sin, but so is smoking cigarettes or any other weaknesses that we all have. Until we go home to be with the Lord, we will struggle with sin. But when we do sin, and confess our sins, God is faithful and just to forgive us and cleanse us from all unrighteousness(1 John 1:9).My Pastor is somewhat heavyset, but he has diabetes, so I do not know if his medication plays a factor in him being overweight. It is not what is on the inside, but what is in the heart, for God sees the heart of us all.
---Cynthia on 10/13/07

Some people on this blog are softening the reality of being fat and overeating. When your belly is your God and your weight is destroying the temple of God there is no rationalizing it away any more than there is for a smoker of a drunk. Yes it is true that people who are nonChristian are fat as well but so are drunks and smokers. In any case, God loves them and we must love and encourage them too. But rationalizing the problem away and making excuses does noone any good. They need help, not sympathy.
---jody on 10/13/07

Well, we do wonder. And noone hardly ever preaches on gluttony. For myself it is one of my horrors to be on stage with a fat belly hanging out. Afterall, we do represent God.
---catherine on 10/12/07

Being fat is not a sin but gluttony is. Self-control(eating only what we need) is one of the fruits of the spirit. We(Christians) are to be moderate in all that we do. That includes eating. Fat is unattractive and unhealthy. Saved or not we need to slim down, exercise and eat healthier foods. Then we can maintain our weight properly.But God still loves us regardless, of what we weigh. That is the main point to remember.
---Robyn on 10/12/07

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Hi, I would just like to add that people with very low incomes can be overweight because healthier food is more expensive, usually. Since I'm on disability, I eat healthier than I used to, used to be married and dirt poor and could only afford ramen noodles and mac and cheese--no wonder I put on weight when I was married lol!
---Mary on 10/12/07

Biblically, a spirit of heaviness can result in gluttony. Gluttony brings on inactivity, sluggishness, exhaustion, discouragement, weariness, low feelings, deterioration.
A spirit of heaviness can result in depression and more severe is oppression to your spirit.

---Michelle on 10/12/07

We all know that the way we deal with the spirit of heaviness is medications and counseling. But if by chance, they're not working for you, you're still fighting against that spirit of heaviness and gluttony, diets are not working - don't despair, Jesus can set you free from a spirit of heaviness.

---Michelle on 10/12/07

Sometimes with a spirit of heaviness will be lethargy.
Lethargy can manifest as numbness of feelings - deadened senses and faculties, habitual idleness, abnormal drowsiness, apathy, stupor, dullness, slothful, inertia, listlessness, immobile, stupefied, negativism. Lethargy can cause someone to become a drifter, wanderer, floater through life. Jesus can set this captive free, too.

---Michelle on 10/12/07

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There are many sins. Why choose one from among many. Being fat or heavy has nothing to do with loving Jesus or being born again. It is a character defect or weakness in a person. We all have them. Christians are not exempt from having problems and troubles in our lives. Where did this type mindset come from? Christians are no different from anyone else. We just love the Lord and have made a committment to serve and follow Him. That's it.
---Robyn on 10/12/07

Like any other addictive disorder,eating sooths an emotional need. Gluttony is a sin but God forgives sin and knows each fat person individually. Like a smoker, he delivers some and others He does not. While being out of shape is and fat is hard on all organs, the individual finds it very difficult to kick the habbit and needs encouragement and love.
---jody on 10/12/07

Plenty of comments here about fat Americans, like its a national thing unique to America. I've lived over 10 years out of the country, and believe me, it's not just Americans who are fat. It is a problem world-wide, even with Muslims. It seems to us that only Americans are fat due to our propensity to constantly blab about our weaknesses to the world at large. Few other countries do this.
---Daniel_J_Shoop on 10/12/07

Americans like to flower/powder it up. Millions of people do not have hormonal imbalances, thyroid problems. They have a food addiction (gluttony), millions die. Heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, joints that buckle under excess weight. Gluttony results in loss of work, poor health, not to mention what it does to your mental well being. Obesity kills. First impressions are lasting, weight discrimination exists. Surveys show, normal weight person gets the job over obese person.
---Dottie on 7/5/07

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I'm not fat and never have been, but I don't believe that being fat is a sin in and of itself. I don't believe that scriptures which refer to gluttony are referring to overeating. A lot of people are overweight due to a lack of food knowledge, a lack of exercise and unhealthy eating habits that were developed early in life. Also, hormonal changes can also adjust a person's metabolism and their weight can easily get out of hand even though they consume the same foods as always.
---AlwaysOn on 7/4/07

So, if you weight as much as baby bull elephant, it's time for deliverance from the table.
If you've patterned your eating habits like a rhino at it's watering hole, you must resist the temptation to continue eating yourself into an early grave.
If you can't afford surgery, then temperance and self control aided by the power of prayer and faith in Jesus to help you stop is your only recourse.
---BLT on 7/3/07

I have two relatives that have had the bypass surgery and are back on the upward gain after two years. Why, because they've found work arounds, milkshakes, high calorie drinks. They did not renew their minds with the Word of God.
If you can't afford surgery, renew your mind.
If you've had the surgery, renew your mind.
All addictions including food begins in the mind, and moves down to the belly.
---BBQribs on 7/3/07

It's sad to see summer tourists from all over the country, kids bailing out of cars, headed into the fast food joints. Young boys and girls, 9-13, etc., enormous. Their young legs are so swollen, wearing large t-shirts and cotton stretch shorts. Same uniform, and they look absolutely miserable in the heat. It is an American epidemic and it is disaster for their health. The parents are in the same shape. What opportunities will those kids miss in the future because they can hardly get around.
---CornontheCob on 7/3/07

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The sin of gluttony is a sin of the flesh.
We can be in denial that it's not really a sin, but it is. Turn on the news and watch the hotdog eating contest(ancient Greece); the cooking shows, the love of food is everywhere you look. If you love your family, don't stuff them until they look like sausages ready to pop.
---Butter on 7/3/07

It is what the Bible says it is.

Prov 23:20-21 Do not join those who drink too much wine or gorge themselves on meat, for drunkards and gluttons become poor, and drowsiness clothes them in rags.
Gluttony is spoken of in the same terms as drunkenness. The addiction to or overuse of food is just as bad as the addiction to or overuse of wine.
---Dottie on 7/2/07

Overeating is the onset of laziness, including our ability to earn our keep and provide for ourselves. The description of overeating as "gorging themselves on meat" is senseless consumption for its own sake.
The Hebrew for "glutton" is "zalal", or "to be loose morally, worthless or prodigal; a glutton or riotous eater".
The Hebrew for "gorge themselves on meat" is "zalal basar".
---Dottie on 7/2/07

Prov 28:7 He who keeps the law is a discerning son, but a companion of gluttons disgraces his father.
Being a companion of gluttons (Hebrew: zalal) is described as the opposite of keeping God's law. We become like the people we are around. We should surround ourselves with people who are temperate in their consumption and moderate in their eating. We know we are gluttons if we feel more comfortable around gluttons than around temperate, self-controlled people.
---Dottie on 7/2/07

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Some Christians are fat and some athiests are likewise. Again some Christians are skinny as a twig and so are Muslims. I myself am a Christian, I'm 5 feet tall and am 108 lbs. My youth group leader is HUGE but my pastor is very fit. It's all about who you are really. Pleantly of people are thin, others maybe not quite so much. I think the sin is putting 'food' as the ruler of your life rather than Jesus. Sort of like money. Money is not evil but it's the "Root to all evil."
---Icut2sis on 7/2/07

Glutton in the bible is NOT referring to a fat person. According to Strong's, it means:

1) to be worthless, be vile, be insignificant, be light
a) (Qal)
1) to be worthless, be insignificant
2) to make light of, squander, be lavish with

2) to shake, tremble, quake
a) (Niphal) to shake, quake

Hopefully, someday, we'll stop beating overweight people over the head with the misapplication of scriptures referring to gluttony.
---AlwaysOn on 7/2/07

Christians aren't fat.
Americans are fat.
---OK on 7/2/07

Sitting on death row is not a sin. It's committing murders that is the sin.
Weighing 400 lbs is not a sin. It's the gluttonous eating that put you there.
Meth induced brain damage is not a sin (having your children placed in foster care). It's the drug addiction.
Sitting in jail for drunken manslaughter is not a sin. It's the drinking you did.
Being grossly obese and having a heart attack is not a sin (leaving a family behind).
It's the process of overeating that killed you.
---Cindy_Rogers on 7/2/07

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I dont know how much plainer God can make it. The wages of sin is death. Wages are what we earn, in life.
Gluttony is sin and wages, end result is death. If a crane has to come to your house and take you to the hospital, gluttony earned you those wages. If you die on the operating table having a gastric bypass, gluttony put you in there. You can slice the pie as many ways as you want to, but sin is sin.
---Cindy_Rogers on 7/2/07

I am finding out something very important, and that is. Not too many people knows or understands true Christians, because there are too many fakes. And the fakes are causeing too much trouble. Trouble for God and trouble for His people. More Christians is needed to step out and get out from under the beds. Satan is running amoke having a field day. It is time that we, true Christians, put a stop to all of this wickedness. I am sick of the devil and His people.
---catherine on 7/2/07

We christians are fat today bcos we worship food..yes, you know what I mean..just as Eve did and fell in sin..we are near to the end time and yes we sure are eating far too much/gluttonous and eyes bigger than out tums..instead of eating more of the SPIRITUAL FOOD that we most certainly need today..we have so much food,so much excellent recipes more available to us to try out.
---JANA on 7/2/07

Because we are human. We eat with our eyes, fail to exercise and then we have to pay for our wrong choices, by gaining extra pounds. We all have weaknesses we will be stuggling with until Jesus comes. Sin will be with us always. That's why we are saved by grace and covered by the blood of Jesus. We have no righteousness of our own. This old flesh is very weak and sinful.
---Robyn on 6/28/07

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The actual state of being fat is not a sin. How a person gets fat could be a sin. Gluttony is a sin. So is sloth.
---Madison1101 on 6/28/07

This is an undernourished, overfed society.
However I don't have numbers that show that Christians are heavier than the population in general. Does anyone?
---NV_Barbara on 1/21/07

There's the other extreme.

Count the skeletons in Hollywood.
Boneyard beauties with the trout pouts, picking lettuce out of their teeth.

Neither extreme is healthy.
---R.A. on 1/21/07

Much of the country is overweight because of the medical profession convincing everyone that they need those drugs for depression, refusing to believe that Jesus heals all. All of them make people gain weight, either by creating an insatiable appetite, or actually attacking hormones during sleep. You wake up 10 pounds heavier than when you went to sleep even if you don't eat anything. So the medical world is causing sin. Do the research and see for yourself!!! Science or occult?
---faye4464 on 1/21/07

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chubby, there are many reasons why ,but the ultimate one is they each too much.I have a heart condition called cardiomyopathy which started my problem 8 years ago.gained weight and still trying to loose cause my metabolism slowed down,and not my eating.some eat because they are miserable,some just flat out enjoy it,but being a christian is not a prerecquite to being overweight.
---tom2 on 1/21/07

Christians are fatter than other people for the same reasons their marriages are more likely to fail than other peoples'. They are too busy telling other people what to do to be paying any attention to their own faults, pointing at the cinders in others eyes and ignoring the telephone poles in their own. Christians should not TELL others what to do, they should lead by setting a good example, and until then they should shut up and stop claiming ot be better than other people when they are not.
---Kenneth on 1/21/07

Women were ment to gain wieght. Why do you think that is? If in a famine we had babies to nurse we would be able to do so. Or food is so processed that even our veggies are not all that health unless you buy organic. Our meat is fatty(pork being#1) and full of GROWTH hormones. It's not always glutteny but many times it is hard controlling our food intake when it's bountyfull.
---Tina on 7/12/06

Americans are fat, and getting fatter every day. The rest of the world looks at us with disgust. We have so much, while others have so little. Some Christians eat compulsively because they tradionally don't drink, smoke or gamble, etc. We don't all have thyroid problems. But if history repeats itself, every civilization that destroyed itself - the people became fat. Leaner, meaner countries conquered them. Gluttony is a sin. It destroys your health and quality of life.
---Rachel on 7/12/06

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Max I really do hope that you have an 'active' thyroid. An inactive one wouldn't be much use to you. However I think you mean that it is either underactive or overactive, both of which create problems.
---M.P. on 7/1/06

Overweight people are definitely not dumb compared to thin people on average. However, they carry an overt indication of a lack of self control that can seriously impair credibility. I have an active thyroid - but I survive well with a lot of excercise and a low cal diet with virtually no trans or saturated fats and almost no sodium. It is tough, but it is important to me to take the strength of the Holy Spirit seriously.
---Max on 7/1/06

Good on you Bethie, you go girl! Loosing weight can be so difficult with all the 'comfort' foods around. I'll keep you in my prayers!
I had asked you a ? on another blog that I don't think you saw, now the blog has been removed. I still wonder about the ?. Could you drop me a line at my penpal addy? Barba7434, THANKS!
---NV_Barbara on 6/30/06

I have always been overweight, but have never done anything about it until last year. It is slowly coming off but it is HARD. I have never been convicted of being fat, but when I sometimes go on a chocolate binge I feel horribly convicted. I decided to lose weight when I thought, if I get sick, how could I ask God to heal me if I caused it by eating too much. So now I eat right (most times) and exercise everyday, and I feel great!
---bethie on 6/29/06

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Gluttony is a sin Carol, so I think having a blog on that subject fits our forum. We discuss other sin.
Several years ago I suddenly started gaing weight, within 2 months I had packed on 30 lbs. I had never weighed over 125 and this really distressed me. As they finally found, I had a benign growth the size of a walnut on my Thyroid gland. Just medication alone took care of the problem and the weight came off fast.
---NV_Barbara on 6/29/06

and another thing...people think fat people are stupid. i get treated negetively everyday. it is so horrible, like a curse to be like this! i pray and pray God remove this curse from me and I still have it! i hate living as a FAT woman.
---mi on 6/28/06

carol is aptly illustrating something I've seen on these blogs.

There's a widespread attitude that one's own sins don't matter. Only the sins of other people matter, especially if it's a sin I myself am not guilty of.
---Jack on 6/28/06

With all of the horrible things going on in our world I wonder why we are wasting our time worrying about fat people.wouldn't our time be better served if we spent it trying to save the lost!!!??? Get your priorities hecked! And Helen. Iwill pray for you!!!
---carol on 6/28/06

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Some people can't help by being fat. If you have watched that new show that comes on TLC it is called Honey Were Killing the Kids, it shows that if the parents continue to feed their kids with all the fat, grease, etc then they will grow up being overweight and could die at an early age. But some have a thyroid problem and don't have the money for surgery. And some are just plain lazy and don't care.
---Rebecca_D on 6/28/06

God cares 'Son', that is gluttony which is a sin. Your heart and body also care, why put such wear and tear on your body?
Get rid of the greasy chicken and exercise!
---NV_Barbara on 6/28/06

I CAN deny the fact that "many" people are overweight because of health issues. That simply isn't true. All medical studies regarding obesity and its primary cause point to the fact that a very small percentage of these people have medical causes. Those are the FACTS.
---Criss on 6/28/06

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