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The Loop



Here's the loop I find myself in:

Everyone believes they're right.
Everyone can prove it by Scripture.
But too often, people use Scripture to come to diametrically opposing conclusions.
So who's right?
I don't know.
It's impossible to figure it out.
And I'm afraid of getting it wrong and going to hell.

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    • Pleiades_06

      Posted (edited)

      30 minutes ago, Giraffe said:

      WTF does it being a small store have to do with it?!? 

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