ANSWERS: 12
  • No! Church is not where you find any answers, it's all hocus pocus and pass the money plate, nothing more.
    • CosmicWunderkind
      Agreed! Free cake and people to shake hands and talk.
    • CosmicWunderkind
      A realist and I respect that. Long distance body or mind excersize. I just smoked like a fatty and you know that really does help to myself too. No cheers for me I've had 47 years of. Billy Franklin and I were little devils starting a drug cult at age 10 on. Peace brother! But, there's still no excuse for effing up I. Just thinking out loud. Now, throw on some tunes. 1970- 1980 RIP. I hear wine.
  • 3-28-2017 No, but I have been told to go to other places, usually because someone guesses about my mental outlook and doesn't like what they guess.
  • not really but before i started going to church people would ask me to go with them
  • not yet but noone tells me what to do
    • Joreta Cherry
      no-one is the alternative spelling of "no one".
  • "DEATHinately," ? ? ? ?
  • No, but I have been told I should go to a asylum because of my mental outlook, If that's any use to you Cozzy W.
  • No because I was there already in Pastor Tony's 12 Disciples church
  • I’ve been told “you need Jesus”, I guess that’s the same. I think people are trying to be helpful, sometimes a kind word can prevent a person from harming themselves. Perhaps, they were genuinely concerned for your well-being. Jesus defined true happiness in his sermon on the mount, and how to attain it, it’s written in Matthew chapters 5-7.
  • I've been told to go to a mental hospital because of my mental outlook. That's kinda the same, isn't it?
  • 99.99% of churches can do little to nothing for anyone and their mental outlook. Churches push their agenda and has little to do with teaching the true Word of Jesus Christ. Churches today are only social clubs and filled with clicks that keep most out except their favoured few. Although I love the Lord Jesus I nothing for churches.
  • not yet

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