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Are You Religious, Spiritual Or Neither?

Are You Religious, Spiritual Or Neither?

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A myHIVteam Member said:

Understand my friend and I know most people are moving away from organized religion! When I speak of my Lord he's living Inside me and all around me! I'm not a big fan of the church as it's just a building! My heart is where my Lord lives and it doesn't cost me anything to honor and serve him!

posted about 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

I love the Lord Jesus with all my heart and soul. Will forever be thankful for the life He gave me since I was on the brink of death when I was six. God has always supplied all my needs. Rainbow Pastor David

posted almost 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

@A myHIVteam Member These are my thoughts, the "church" that most think of is not why I choose to enter the ministry, for dogma and rituals, do nothing to help us, only becoming Jesus like can help. We "the church" I am involved with, is a group of person with like minded love of everyone, not a building, but a place of active love for everyone, the lost, the rich, the poor, the homeless, unless I treat all equally I am not being Jesus like. He came to save those lost, not the educated religious leaders of his time who betrayed and killed him. Most organized religion is dead or dying. They have lost the meaning of becoming a servant to the world in need. I take no compensation, so am not tied to some idle theology. If I can help as many as I can, not seeking any praise of self, only to love everyone and teach of love, not fear and condemnation. Every week we all volunteers have a free community dinner, like Jesus we sit and eat with persons and find out their journeys in life and struggles, no advice or comments, just eating with them, then we give a short message of friendship the way Jesus taught, no preaching or collection plates, just a safe place to eat and be heard. How can this ever be a wrong course to take? My thoughts! Pastor David Bast

posted about 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

I myself stay away from organized religion. My heart and soul even though they carry the scars of life, I still possess love compassion kindness. I don’t need another telling me to burn in hell because of who I love.

posted about 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

Dave, I believe we both have gotten it right and I hope others aren't offended by our beliefs but find truth and peace is wherever you look for it!

posted about 3 years ago
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