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I have recently changed my faith from being a Christian (which is what my mom was brought up as, and is trying to bring me up as) to being Kabbalah. I do not agree with Christian beliefs as much as I know I should to be a member of that church. I agree much more with the teachings and beliefs of Kabbalah. The problem is, my mom thinks I am only doing this to get out of going to church, so I can “sleep in” or whatever. Which is not the case. And when I try to argue my side of it, she cuts me off, or doesn’t listen to what I say. Or ridicules me for my arguments. I am getting really tired of it, and it is making me lose respect for my mother. The problem is, I am only 14 and I know that I have to listen to her and go to church until I am 18. I just can’t stand it anymore, honestly. I am getting fed up with the whole Catholic church, after learning many things that they have done, present day to history. I’ve tried every argument I can possibly think of, but with no avail. Please help!

xxx thanks:))
Look…. I’m not asking you to tell me that my religion is wrong, or what I believe is wrong, and trying to convince me otherwise. This is exactly why I am trying to get out of this religion. You believe that you are the best, and that everyone else has to believe what you do, and that I am wrong for what I believe. Yeah, all religions want more members, try to convince people to join theirs, but the Catholic church really goes above and beyond with brainwashing people and harassing people to become their religion. Thanks a lot for reinforcing my decision.
Oh dear God people…. really? Now I’m going to hell for not believing what my mother does. I’m not a bad person, I do believe in God, maybe you should do some research on the religion then come back to me and tell me what it’s really about. Hmmm? It is not a “fashion religion”, why, Christianity could be called a fashion religion, any religion could depending if you flaunt what religion you are, show it off, feel better than other people because you are that religion. This is getting ridiculous.

In this prophecy update, pastor JD continues with part three of a series on why the rapture of the church must happen before the seven year tribulation, explaining the the purity of us as it relates to the church as the bride of Christ.

In this prophecy update, pastor JD begins part one of a series on why the rapture of the church must happen before the seven year tribulation, because of the Revelation to us.

In this prophecy update, pastor JD continues with part two of a series on why the rapture of the church must happen before the seven year tribulation, explaining the affect upon us.

Rabbi Daniel K. Thomson gives communion message at Max Lucado’s church in San Antonio, Texas. For more information:

THE PROCLAIMING OF THE GOSPEL P: The Lord be with you. C: And with your spirit. P: Lift up your hearts. C: We lift them up to the Lord. P: Let us give thanks to the Lord our God. C: It is right and just. A: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of hosts. Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 14.HOLY HOLY HOLY(Fr. A. basves, svd) Holy Holy Holy Lord God of pow’r and might. Heaven and earth are filled with your glory, Hosanna Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is He who comes in the name of the lOrd. Hosanna, Hosanna in the Highest. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Hosanna in the highest! Hosanna in the highest! ps Hosanna is a liturgical word in Judaism and Christianity. In Judaism, it is always used in its original Hebrew form, Hoshana. The word hosanna is etymologically derived from Latin osanna,[1] hosanna which itself was derived from Greek ὡσαννά, ὠσαννά,[2] representing Hebrew הושיעה־נא, הושיעה נא‎[3] hôšâ’-nā’[4] which is short for hôšî’â-nā’ from Aramaic הושע נא‎[5] meaning “save, pray”.[6] Christian usage has come through the Greek Bible, giving it the form ὡσαννά, hōsanná. In liturgical context, it refers to a shout of praise and worship and adoration, or referring to a cry expressing an appeal for divine help.[9] It appears in numerous verses including in “Hosanna; blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord” (Mark 11.9), “hosanna in

My wife working from home on the computer being part of a healthcare company

Is as to you working from home on the computer being a part of the Religion and Spirituality church.

I think an argument that this is not a church because it is not a building is flawed for obvious reasons explained above, and the idea that a church only preaches one doctrine is flawed, and that a church doesn’t have discussions is flawed.

How is this not a church?

institutional structure, with bishops, priest, deacons, a canon of scripture and with a strong tradition of apostolic authority and succession around the time these new testament writings were written

a) mathew, mark, john
b) zohar
c) writings of paul
d) jude, II peter, i-II timothy, titus
e) talmud

please help!

I am catholic and have been reading a little about kabbalah. i think it is really interesting and i know it is a “technology” but i was wondering if the Catholic Church opposed it in any way.

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