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Abby-Joy

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  1. ...and I have no idea who Grace Slick is, lol ...... that's not saying much, lol
  2. I think it's funny any way you say it..... what were they think'n?! LOL!
  3. And platypuses..... LOL! That's hilarious.... obviously, God has a sense of humor.
  4. If our fun doesn't violate His principles, there's nothing wrong with it. I'd say that God wants us to have fun. Proverbs 15:13 “A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance: but by sorrow of the heart the spirit is broken.” Proverbs 17:22 “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones.”
  5. @Heleadethme, you might want to go back and read posts like this where clearly we point to the Lord as Healer with scriptural backing.
  6. Copy/pasting my comment from another thread to @JTC .... because it fits here.... rather than completely hijack the other thread. _____ For me, this was by bloodline, and trauma began in the womb to begin the splitting of the mind. I'm sure it's the same for the ladies in the podcasts. They may not be aware of that, or maybe just didn't share about that aspect. If they are bloodline (illuminati/masonic) then trauma will have begun in the womb. They don't give the child a chance to live without having been shattered... no true "core" personality has a chance to form... although what I refer to as the "core essence" is there.... maybe @Jostler can share insight on that.... that "core essence" may be related to neshama. (This is just coming to me as I'm typing. Maybe I should put this in the other thread.)
  7. Thank you, @JTC ... yes, it's the same stuff. For me, this was by bloodline, and trauma began in the womb to begin the splitting of the mind. I'm sure it's the same for the ladies in the podcasts. They may not be aware of that, or maybe just didn't share about that aspect. If they are bloodline (illuminati/masonic) then trauma will have begun in the womb. They don't give the child a chance to live without having been shattered... no true "core" personality has a chance to form... although what I refer to as the "core essence" is there.... maybe @Jostler can share insight on that.... that "core essence" may be related to neshama. (This is just coming to me as I'm typing. Maybe I should put this in the other thread.)
  8. I've come to the same question, sis. It doesn't take much to reach out and offer support to someone... considering others before ourselves. And sometimes, we find ourselves in a place where we just need to know that our brothers and sisters care. God created us to work as a family. When someone says, "Oh, you're just wanting attention" ... that is a sign of a heart that is lacking compassion and brotherly love. (Not referring to anyone here.) As His children, we should carry His compassion .... and Jesus said, the world will know we are His disciples by our love toward one another.
  9. If I have personal things to discuss, I don't pick a Bible study setting to discuss those things. I have a few close friends I trust and talk to and discuss things that come up in my life. I'm not saying I wouldn't enjoy a women's Bible study group, but I've thoroughly enjoyed the quaint Bible study groups I've been a part of where both men and women attended. I wouldn't just stop attending the "co-ed" Bible study altogether, even if there had been a women's Bible study group.
  10. This song is so beautiful...love the message...
  11. Hi, @JTC Would you mind sending me the link to that podcast? I've really never listened to him much.
  12. Actually, about 99% of the Bible studies I've been part of in person were men and women of all age groups...late teens to 70's or 80's ..... in fact, I can't think of a time I've attended a "women only" Bible study, or specific to my age...since I was a teenager.
  13. Wow, that's sad. I know it happens, but I've never been part of a Bible study where people were at odds.
  14. God created light and divided the light from darkness before He created the sun, moon, and stars.
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