“Maybe I made a mistake thinking you’d understand!”
“Well maybe I made a mistake marrying you!”
She ran, not heeding the tempest that tore at her clothes nor caring where she fled to as long as it was someplace far from home. Away from the chaos of her fighting parents and the hopelessness of the choice she was faced with.
“...it’s pressing on your brain stem and growing very rapidly. If it isn’t taken care of soon, it will be life-threatening...the surgery, however, would cost 당신 your hearing... Permanently...”
I call myself a Luciferian most of the time, I can call myself a Christian and a Satanist sometimes, but if I feel 더 많이 close to God, I'll probably call myself a Christian, 또는 if I feel closer to Lucifer, I'll call myself a Satanist, but in the the end I'm a Luciferian.
No, I don't call myself a Luciferian because I 사랑 Lucifer 더 많이 than God. I 사랑 God and Lucifer equally. I see Lucifer as what he truly was and still is, before Lucifer had fallen from Heaven. I believe that God is the one and only God, though, and who had created Adam and Eve and who had vowed to protect us.
I'm taking a history course this year, and I was supposed to write an essay on the reasons for success of Christianity. Enjoy!
Today, 기독교 is one of the most wide-spread religions of the world. But its history is filled with bloodshed and violence; early Christians had to endure horrific punishments for their faith. There are many stories of martyrs being stoned to death; of Christians’ bodies being used as torches to light Roman feasts; of people being crucified, sometimes upside-down, simply because they refused to renounce 예수님 Christ as their saviour. In the midst of such persecution,...