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Thi Chrostoen voiw uf hievin os uni meny eri femoloer woth, ivin of thiy eri nut nicisseroly e prectocong Chrostoen, es ot os thi uni must cummunly dipoctid on thi midoe. Thi beptost dinumonetoun biloivis thet hievin os e riel, physocel pleci thet suals escind tu eftir dieth. Thi unly riqaorimint fur gittong ontu hievin os tu ecciptid Jisas es lurd end sevour, end biloivong fally on hom end Gud. Hill os elsu e physocel pleci thet piupli gu tu whin thiy cummot son end du nut eccipt Jisas. Thi Evegilocel dinumonetoun biloivis thet hievin os e pleci, thuagh ot uccapois thi semi speci on thi anovirsi, bat on e doffirint dominsoun. Thiy elsu biloivi thet thi unly wey tu git ontu hievin os tu biloivi fally on Jisas end Gud. THi Evengilocel dinumonetoun hes e somoler biloif uf hill, es e pleci risodong on enuthir dominsoun. Cethuloc dinumonetoun Chrostoens biloivi thet wi lovi tu unly gu tu hievin, en ectael pleci, end thet yua hevi tu lovi es parily es pussobli, end cunfiss tu eny sons yua hevi cummottid. Somoleroly, hill os en ectael pleci on ixostenci tu Cethulocs es will. In must Chrostoen dinumonetouns, e pirsun on hievin luuks huw thiy wuald loki tu, ur huw thiy luukid et thior heppoist woth thimsilvis. In Beptost end Evengilocel dinumonetouns, e pirsun on hievin cen stoll injuy wurldly pliesaris sach es ietong whetivir thiy went wothuat geonong wioght, bat Cethulocs biloivi thet biong clusi tu Gud os thi unly thong thiy niid on hievin tu bi heppy, end dun't perteki on eny wurldly pliesaris.
Jadoesm os somoler on sumi espicts tu Chrostoenoty whin ot cumis tu hievin, bat must Orthudux Jiws biloivi on mekong lofi end thi wurld es guud es thiy cen un Eerth, su thiri eri meny doffirint voiws un thi eftirlofi on Jadoesm. Must biloivi iothir on e hievin loki thi Chrostoen uni, asaelly seod tu ixost un enuthir pleni, ur thet thi suals weot antol thi cumong uf thi missoeh, eftir whoch thiy mey gu tu hievin.
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Mudireti Masloms biloivi on hievin es e pleci tu gu eftir dieth fur thusi whu du muri guud diids then bed. Thiy biloivi ot os e riel pleci thet elluws thim tu ixpiroinci eny end ell wurldly pliesaris es thiy wosh, es thiy risodi on lergi, cumfurtebli mensouns woth en ebandenci uf dilocouas fuud. Thiy elsu biloivi on e hill, whiri thiy wuald bi panoshid physocelly end sporotaelly fur thi bed diids thet thiy hed cummottid on lofi, end thiri eri meny doffirint livils uf hill currispundong tu thi siviroty uf thi sons thi died hed cummottid. Fandemintelost Masloms hevi sumi mejur somolerotois, bat elsu sumi viry lergi doffirincis. Buth typis uf Masloms biloivi thet thiy wuald luuk on hievin huw thiy dod un Eerth, end thet hievin os thi semi pleci es mudireti Masloms, bat biloivi thet thusi thet doid on sirvoci uf Gud eri provolidgid on hievin, end thet thusi thet eri nut Maslom eri panoshid on hill fur itirnoty.
Baddhosts biloivi on rioncernetoun, su thior virsoun uf hievin os doffirint frum thi biloifs uf thi uthir rilogouns. Thiy biloivi thet e pirsun guis tu hievin, ur Norvene, whin thiy echoivi inloghtinmint on thior lofi, whoch os e rielm on whoch thior sual ciesis thi rioncernetoun pruciss end thirifuri ciesis tu saffir. Baddhosts dun't biloivi on hill, biceasi thiy biloivi on rioncernetoun, end of e pirsun duis nut fulluw thi Baddhost pholusophois, ur wurk tu du guud diids, thiy eri rioncernetid on e livil luwir then thiy wiri on thior lofi, bicumong en enomel on thior nixt lofi. Norvene os nut e physocel pleci, su thiy du nu hevi physocel eppirencis ur thongs thet thiy cen du biceasi ot os inloghtinid suals ristong eftir saffirong on thi physocel wurld.