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by bernie bong-yong on
Aug 19, 2017 at 10:10 AM I have read you’ve written about the situation of your friend whose mother was born in Korea as opposed to your own mother, but she went overseas and got married abroad. Is that right or is that something that the church did not allow?
I agree with you a little on the Korean parents issue, but for all the wrong reasons. I don’t think the church made a mistake in not allowing the parents in either case. I just think they probably weren’t looking for them in their eyes. A mistake in not seeing them wasn’t because the parents were evil, but because they were looking for an easy way in. That’s why these things happen when they look for someone to “make Jesus.”
That said, there are many others like my friend as well. My mother was the same, and while there were many instances where she said, “Kwang you really need to start believing in Jesus now,” I never saw it as “Kwang you need to come and get Jesus now.” I never felt obligated to go and come for her. Even when I was in church, I wasn’t a Christian, but after a while I began to see things through her eyegospelhitzs. I never fe카지노 사이트lt she needed to say anything to me personally in order to let me know that her love was in the right place. I didn’t need to follow what the Church was saying about how “normalizing a relationship” was a sin.
To me, that kind of thing was okay. I knew she wasn’t trying to be mean. We were just trying to be there for her and for the things that she needed. It seems she was trying to have a good time, so I guess I wasn’t offended. I didn’t try to get her to change. I don’t know how I found myself feeling so bad about that. But she said so. I am not sure how tha바카라t works. I suppose I had her in my life before we had children and all those things, but it wasn’t like I was trying to turn her into someone I could call “my little mommy.” But I’m not sure how anyone else would find that hard to accept.
A friend of mine with a child of their own says they are glad they had no role models when they started families. So does my friend. I can’t imagine the difficulty she would feel in a Christian home with all the adults involved in al