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georgette hilton January 13, 2013 at 3:32 pm

Hi there
just wanted to say how great this site is. I love the music and they way it talks so much sense to me. Im am a christian and latley Iv been having some doubts about my lack of faith to which some other Christians have been commented on in the church, my confidence dropped to an all time low as I have always believed that im quite settled in my faith and know exacly what god id doing in my life but became abit unsettled and started to question it because my interpretation of my religion is a guide to life and god helps my though it.
Apart from being a christian.. im also a singer/songwriter, Iv always had a passion for music and god has really blessed my career. when I first started doing the music I found that it was very difficult, as most of the people im surrounded by in the main stream industry arnt usually Christians so I did my best to separate that, and my church friends have tended to judge/ question that my music isnt for god… after having a chat with my good friend, jenny (also a christian) she told me that the world and god work together and the music abilities I have received are gifts from god however you look at it because they bring joy and happiness to peoples lives from all back grounds.. and no other christian has the right to judge me because they also will be judged.
this chapter ! corinthians 6:1-4 really helped me feel alot better. Im rubbish at reading the bible because I can never seem to take it all in, but this is really easy to understand and take small bit chunks that I know that I will be able to remember easily. So thanks god yet again he always brings me to the right places. xxx lots of love george xx

Akaninyene Robert May 7, 2019 at 2:38 am

Every dream must be protected. Keep the aspirations on. Singing circular songs doesn’t make anyone evil but the lyrics and your attitude to your fame when you make it to the climax. Some celebrities have forgotten the root, and are living worldly. Let your songs inspire people, educate them and let it speaks morality.

Mabel & Frank January 13, 2013 at 7:50 pm

Great article! Patience and Love is what the Word says we need, however we are not called to tolerate what goes against the teachings of the Bible; that would be compromising with this world.
Thanks, this is a keeper for my files! 🙂
God Bless!

Robert January 14, 2013 at 8:27 pm

Absolutely on the mark, Daryl.
This truly is an important subject right now inside, and outside, the church. You made some very important points that I hope everyone will take to heart. God bless you.
Yours in Christ,

Patricia Schneider January 16, 2013 at 2:45 am

Thanks so much for this article with Scripture, Daryl! Clarified many points of the Bible for me. Blessings for you and your family in 2013! Patty

Evan Smeengeq February 10, 2014 at 1:53 pm

What I took to heart in this article was the verses of love, tolerance, and so many verses you did not include. I believe in the teachings of Jesus as much as the next guy, this is why I say that I think tolerance is exactly what Jesus is aiming for. YES, he says he is the only way, but does he say that he is talking about right here on Earth? Jesus transforms Jewish law, He gives us many teachings but two that stand out on their own. One being the Shema, and he talks about that being the ABSOLUTE law (more important that anything), and right underneath that, the second most important (second being key), is love your neighbor. That is a loud statement for every so called Christian in this world. Now I believe in Jesus Christ, but I only was exposed to this because of how I grew up. If you grew up knowing something, and having every single person you know believe this item of information, you would be set in stone. You would not tolerate people trying to change something that is at your core. And I feel the same way for those of other religions that are being attacked by a speckle of radical Christians that spew hell and damnation because they think that you cannot tolerate those who do not believe what you believe. Daryl, I love the verses you admitted in this article, and I do believe whole heartedly that Jesus is the only way. However, if you try to change culture to replicate a single group of people, you no longer have culture.

Gods love and tolerance be given to you,


calee allen November 14, 2017 at 11:21 am

Can you please explain Mark 12-14 to me? I love figs, but now I fear it is a sin to eat them. Is it because Adam wore a fig leaf?

And in Leviticus 19 19, it says not to wear mixed fabric! But I have leather and wool on my new coat, and who knows what else. I’m afraid I am sinning, but I am trying to take the word of the Lord literally. We are meant to, right?

And then, in Exodus 21:20-21, it says we can beat our slaves! Well, that’s a relief, at least.

Jack Wellman November 14, 2017 at 12:21 pm

The verses you are quoting are written to the nation of Israel, not to believers. Figs are not cursed. Jesus declared all foods clean (Mark 7:19). I would find a good Bible study and Sunday school and bring these things up or ask your pastor. You are taking text and trying to apply it out of context and that creates a false pretext. Okay?

Tonjo January 20, 2019 at 5:59 pm

“What Christians Want to Know” prepare and distribute very good and interesting Scriptural verses in short summary. I read and attempt to teach others for the last 6 years. so continue, may God bless you more.
Tonjo Toito Zega

Samson Ntoke February 9, 2019 at 10:18 pm

I have surely learnt something. Can I get more verses about clean and unclean food?

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