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...ak a lot about the Bible. Rest assure I will learn though. I did not think I would be so eager to learn about the Bible taking this course. My life seems to have taken some turns in a quest for more and a better understanding of the Bible.
The only thing that I have an issues with is the Bible seems as if it is leaving me with more questions faster than I can seek and find answers. This is very discouraging to me like I’m taking three steps backwards for every one baby step I take forward. This course has changed my mind about religion as a whole. I need to know more. Like my Grandmother told us when you thirsty you drink water your body will take in what you need and get rid of what it does not. So I will start going to church for me and my health no matter what is going on around me. I am there for my thirst. Not to judge others that is between them and the Lord.
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