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In this article, Joel Osteen says that Romney and Obama are both Christians. He said that Mormons are "brothers in Christ". This is yet another red flag to prove that he is a false prophet. Osteen makes the definition of Christianity so broad that nearly everyone is considered saved. A while back he talked about how homosexuals attended his church, and how they were Christians too. He did not convict them. Do not listen to this man. He does not speak the truth. The word of God is uncompromising.

[link to www.christianpost.com]
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Joel Osteen, the popular megachurch pastor from Houston, appeared Tuesday afternoon on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and said that he considers both presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a Mormon, and President Obama to be Christians.

Osteen, when asked about Romney's faith, said the former Massachusetts governor is indeed a Christian – which is a similar statement to the one he made in January.

"When I hear Mitt Romney say that he believes that Jesus is the Son of God – that he's the Christ, raised from the dead, that he's his Savior – that's good enough for me," said Osteen.

The Texas pastor did say that the Mormon faith was "not traditional Christianity," but that Mormonism still falls under the umbrella of Christian tenets. "Mormonism is a little different, but I still see them as brothers in Christ," said Osteen.

Many Christians do not consider Mormons to be Christians because they do not hold orthodox beliefs on core doctrines such as original sin, grace, the inerrancy of the Bible, and the understanding of the Trinity is different.

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"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you." - Matthew 22: 37-39

"What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?" - Galatians 5: 22-23
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In this article, Joel Osteen says that Romney and Obama are both Christians. He said that Mormons are "brothers in Christ". This is yet another red flag to prove that he is a false prophet. Osteen makes the definition of Christianity so broad that nearly everyone is considered saved. A while back he talked about how homosexuals attended his church, and how they were Christians too. He did not convict them. Do not listen to this man. He does not speak the truth. The word of God is uncompromising.

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Joel Osteen, the popular megachurch pastor from Houston, appeared Tuesday afternoon on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and said that he considers both presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a Mormon, and President Obama to be Christians.

Osteen, when asked about Romney's faith, said the former Massachusetts governor is indeed a Christian – which is a similar statement to the one he made in January.

"When I hear Mitt Romney say that he believes that Jesus is the Son of God – that he's the Christ, raised from the dead, that he's his Savior – that's good enough for me," said Osteen.

The Texas pastor did say that the Mormon faith was "not traditional Christianity," but that Mormonism still falls under the umbrella of Christian tenets. "Mormonism is a little different, but I still see them as brothers in Christ," said Osteen.

Many Christians do not consider Mormons to be Christians because they do not hold orthodox beliefs on core doctrines such as original sin, grace, the inerrancy of the Bible, and the understanding of the Trinity is different.

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Osteen was also asked about President Obama's faith. Osteen said he has spent time with Obama and has no doubt that he is a Christian.

"I believe with all my heart that he's a Christian, as he says he is," Osteen stated.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Texas pastor served as guest chaplain for the U.S. House of Representatives at the request of Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (D-Texas).

Lee, the often fiery congresswoman known for championing liberal causes, called Osteen a "humble spirit," and praised him for leading the "largest and most growing church in American history."

Osteen prayed: "Father we thank you that you show your goodness and your favor to the United States of American and those who govern it. We ask that you bless this House of Representatives, and each member who serves in it."

"Help these lawmakers to search their hearts so that they may serve with dignity and honor and through them our nation will achieve the destiny that you have set before us. Give them wisdom as they make good decisions, courage that they will hold fast to your truth, and compassion that all should prosper from their laws. We receive your presence here today, Father, and we pray that these lawmakers will remain mindful of you, that they will honor you in everything that they do here. In Jesus name, Amen."

After leading the House in prayer, Osteen got a private tour of the capitol from Lee, which included saying a brief prayer in the House Chapel.

When asked by reporters if he was bringing a specific message to Congress, he replied that he wanted to see more compromise on Capitol Hill. "It seems like when I was growing up there was more compromise, wanting to work with each other, and I think all of them – all of the lawmakers – have hearts to do what's right and they all are passionate about it."

While in Washington, D.C. this week, Osteen will also have private meetings with House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
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I am no supported of osteen and I listened to some live interview with the Wolf on cnn. Jesus never started a religion. that you are Christian or not makes any sort of JACK SHIT to God or Jesus, except they both are NOT impressed with any of your groups. You do not understand much about god at all. All your brothers and sisters on this planet are your brothers and sisters in Christ is they are seeking to raise themselves up. PERIOD. has NADA, NOTHING to do with religion. When the great fire arrives, you are going to perhaps learn that the hard way. GOD does not create destructive religion, ever. MAN does. Jesus taught that ALL are sons and daughters of God, that all have a higher fragment of gods' mind within them and he demontrated that by meditation when he went to commune with his father, which he also told everyone, was their father.
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In this article, Joel Osteen says that Romney and Obama are both Christians. He said that Mormons are "brothers in Christ". This is yet another red flag to prove that he is a false prophet. Osteen makes the definition of Christianity so broad that nearly everyone is considered saved. A while back he talked about how homosexuals attended his church, and how they were Christians too. He did not convict them. Do not listen to this man. He does not speak the truth. The word of God is uncompromising.

[link to www.christianpost.com]

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Joel Osteen, the popular megachurch pastor from Houston, appeared Tuesday afternoon on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and said that he considers both presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a Mormon, and President Obama to be Christians.

Osteen, when asked about Romney's faith, said the former Massachusetts governor is indeed a Christian – which is a similar statement to the one he made in January.

"When I hear Mitt Romney say that he believes that Jesus is the Son of God – that he's the Christ, raised from the dead, that he's his Savior – that's good enough for me," said Osteen.

The Texas pastor did say that the Mormon faith was "not traditional Christianity," but that Mormonism still falls under the umbrella of Christian tenets. "Mormonism is a little different, but I still see them as brothers in Christ," said Osteen.

Many Christians do not consider Mormons to be Christians because they do not hold orthodox beliefs on core doctrines such as original sin, grace, the inerrancy of the Bible, and the understanding of the Trinity is different.

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Osteen was also asked about President Obama's faith. Osteen said he has spent time with Obama and has no doubt that he is a Christian.

"I believe with all my heart that he's a Christian, as he says he is," Osteen stated.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Texas pastor served as guest chaplain for the U.S. House of Representatives at the request of Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (D-Texas).

Lee, the often fiery congresswoman known for championing liberal causes, called Osteen a "humble spirit," and praised him for leading the "largest and most growing church in American history."

Osteen prayed: "Father we thank you that you show your goodness and your favor to the United States of American and those who govern it. We ask that you bless this House of Representatives, and each member who serves in it."

"Help these lawmakers to search their hearts so that they may serve with dignity and honor and through them our nation will achieve the destiny that you have set before us. Give them wisdom as they make good decisions, courage that they will hold fast to your truth, and compassion that all should prosper from their laws. We receive your presence here today, Father, and we pray that these lawmakers will remain mindful of you, that they will honor you in everything that they do here. In Jesus name, Amen."

After leading the House in prayer, Osteen got a private tour of the capitol from Lee, which included saying a brief prayer in the House Chapel.

When asked by reporters if he was bringing a specific message to Congress, he replied that he wanted to see more compromise on Capitol Hill. "It seems like when I was growing up there was more compromise, wanting to work with each other, and I think all of them – all of the lawmakers – have hearts to do what's right and they all are passionate about it."

While in Washington, D.C. this week, Osteen will also have private meetings with House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
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I am no supported of osteen and I listened to some live interview with the Wolf on cnn. Jesus never started a religion. that you are Christian or not makes any sort of JACK SHIT to God or Jesus, except they both are NOT impressed with any of your groups. You do not understand much about god at all. All your brothers and sisters on this planet are your brothers and sisters in Christ is they are seeking to raise themselves up. PERIOD. has NADA, NOTHING to do with religion. When the great fire arrives, you are going to perhaps learn that the hard way. GOD does not create destructive religion, ever. MAN does. Jesus taught that ALL are sons and daughters of God, that all have a higher fragment of gods' mind within them and he demontrated that by meditation when he went to commune with his father, which he also told everyone, was their father.
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The Bible says not to add or take away ANYTHING from it. It says that you cannot serve two masters. Where in the world do you get that this is compromising of all religions?
"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you." - Matthew 22: 37-39

"What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?" - Galatians 5: 22-23
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In this article, Joel Osteen says that Romney and Obama are both Christians. He said that Mormons are "brothers in Christ". This is yet another red flag to prove that he is a false prophet. Osteen makes the definition of Christianity so broad that nearly everyone is considered saved. A while back he talked about how homosexuals attended his church, and how they were Christians too. He did not convict them. Do not listen to this man. He does not speak the truth. The word of God is uncompromising.

[link to www.christianpost.com]

Appended
Joel Osteen, the popular megachurch pastor from Houston, appeared Tuesday afternoon on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and said that he considers both presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a Mormon, and President Obama to be Christians.

Osteen, when asked about Romney's faith, said the former Massachusetts governor is indeed a Christian – which is a similar statement to the one he made in January.

"When I hear Mitt Romney say that he believes that Jesus is the Son of God – that he's the Christ, raised from the dead, that he's his Savior – that's good enough for me," said Osteen.

The Texas pastor did say that the Mormon faith was "not traditional Christianity," but that Mormonism still falls under the umbrella of Christian tenets. "Mormonism is a little different, but I still see them as brothers in Christ," said Osteen.

Many Christians do not consider Mormons to be Christians because they do not hold orthodox beliefs on core doctrines such as original sin, grace, the inerrancy of the Bible, and the understanding of the Trinity is different.

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Osteen was also asked about President Obama's faith. Osteen said he has spent time with Obama and has no doubt that he is a Christian.

"I believe with all my heart that he's a Christian, as he says he is," Osteen stated.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Texas pastor served as guest chaplain for the U.S. House of Representatives at the request of Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (D-Texas).

Lee, the often fiery congresswoman known for championing liberal causes, called Osteen a "humble spirit," and praised him for leading the "largest and most growing church in American history."

Osteen prayed: "Father we thank you that you show your goodness and your favor to the United States of American and those who govern it. We ask that you bless this House of Representatives, and each member who serves in it."

"Help these lawmakers to search their hearts so that they may serve with dignity and honor and through them our nation will achieve the destiny that you have set before us. Give them wisdom as they make good decisions, courage that they will hold fast to your truth, and compassion that all should prosper from their laws. We receive your presence here today, Father, and we pray that these lawmakers will remain mindful of you, that they will honor you in everything that they do here. In Jesus name, Amen."

After leading the House in prayer, Osteen got a private tour of the capitol from Lee, which included saying a brief prayer in the House Chapel.

When asked by reporters if he was bringing a specific message to Congress, he replied that he wanted to see more compromise on Capitol Hill. "It seems like when I was growing up there was more compromise, wanting to work with each other, and I think all of them – all of the lawmakers – have hearts to do what's right and they all are passionate about it."

While in Washington, D.C. this week, Osteen will also have private meetings with House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
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I am no supported of osteen and I listened to some live interview with the Wolf on cnn. Jesus never started a religion. that you are Christian or not makes any sort of JACK SHIT to God or Jesus, except they both are NOT impressed with any of your groups. You do not understand much about god at all. All your brothers and sisters on this planet are your brothers and sisters in Christ is they are seeking to raise themselves up. PERIOD. has NADA, NOTHING to do with religion. When the great fire arrives, you are going to perhaps learn that the hard way. GOD does not create destructive religion, ever. MAN does. Jesus taught that ALL are sons and daughters of God, that all have a higher fragment of gods' mind within them and he demontrated that by meditation when he went to commune with his father, which he also told everyone, was their father.
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The Bible says not to add or take away ANYTHING from it. It says that you cannot serve two masters. Where in the world do you get that this is compromising of all religions?
 Quoting: Dease


Jesus did NOT create Christianity. His religion he taught was communinion with the Father Within by Meditation and not anything else. You don't even understand the comment you are making. He said his teaching was true. it is, but it is for the whole of the globe and not thru a religious organization. I know him very personally. He even told of another to come after him, the one for the Arabs, Mohammed. His teachings do NOT leave out your islamic, hindu and buddhist brothers. YOU ONES DO THAT.

I am going to request you view the video's in my signature file, starting with the one introducing Christ Michael, the CREATOR SON of the universe YOU live in. (there are 700,000 universes, and growing, creation is massive).
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Osteen and Romney are not Christian.

One preaches the false "prosperity gospel" and the other
thinks he'll get his own planet, at the same time, he denies the Holy Trinity!!!
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I used to eat, sleep and drink Olsteen - right up until he said he thought Obama was a 'good man'. I threw every one of his books in the trash, including his positive, noted interpretation of the bible. If you're in religion, stay outta politics. The catholics lost me when they started sucking the illegal's dicks.
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In this article, Joel Osteen says that Romney and Obama are both Christians. He said that Mormons are "brothers in Christ". This is yet another red flag to prove that he is a false prophet. Osteen makes the definition of Christianity so broad that nearly everyone is considered saved. A while back he talked about how homosexuals attended his church, and how they were Christians too. He did not convict them. Do not listen to this man. He does not speak the truth. The word of God is uncompromising.

[link to www.christianpost.com]

Appended
Joel Osteen, the popular megachurch pastor from Houston, appeared Tuesday afternoon on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and said that he considers both presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a Mormon, and President Obama to be Christians.

Osteen, when asked about Romney's faith, said the former Massachusetts governor is indeed a Christian – which is a similar statement to the one he made in January.

"When I hear Mitt Romney say that he believes that Jesus is the Son of God – that he's the Christ, raised from the dead, that he's his Savior – that's good enough for me," said Osteen.

The Texas pastor did say that the Mormon faith was "not traditional Christianity," but that Mormonism still falls under the umbrella of Christian tenets. "Mormonism is a little different, but I still see them as brothers in Christ," said Osteen.

Many Christians do not consider Mormons to be Christians because they do not hold orthodox beliefs on core doctrines such as original sin, grace, the inerrancy of the Bible, and the understanding of the Trinity is different.

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Osteen was also asked about President Obama's faith. Osteen said he has spent time with Obama and has no doubt that he is a Christian.

"I believe with all my heart that he's a Christian, as he says he is," Osteen stated.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Texas pastor served as guest chaplain for the U.S. House of Representatives at the request of Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (D-Texas).

Lee, the often fiery congresswoman known for championing liberal causes, called Osteen a "humble spirit," and praised him for leading the "largest and most growing church in American history."

Osteen prayed: "Father we thank you that you show your goodness and your favor to the United States of American and those who govern it. We ask that you bless this House of Representatives, and each member who serves in it."

"Help these lawmakers to search their hearts so that they may serve with dignity and honor and through them our nation will achieve the destiny that you have set before us. Give them wisdom as they make good decisions, courage that they will hold fast to your truth, and compassion that all should prosper from their laws. We receive your presence here today, Father, and we pray that these lawmakers will remain mindful of you, that they will honor you in everything that they do here. In Jesus name, Amen."

After leading the House in prayer, Osteen got a private tour of the capitol from Lee, which included saying a brief prayer in the House Chapel.

When asked by reporters if he was bringing a specific message to Congress, he replied that he wanted to see more compromise on Capitol Hill. "It seems like when I was growing up there was more compromise, wanting to work with each other, and I think all of them – all of the lawmakers – have hearts to do what's right and they all are passionate about it."

While in Washington, D.C. this week, Osteen will also have private meetings with House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
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I am no supported of osteen and I listened to some live interview with the Wolf on cnn. Jesus never started a religion. that you are Christian or not makes any sort of JACK SHIT to God or Jesus, except they both are NOT impressed with any of your groups. You do not understand much about god at all. All your brothers and sisters on this planet are your brothers and sisters in Christ is they are seeking to raise themselves up. PERIOD. has NADA, NOTHING to do with religion. When the great fire arrives, you are going to perhaps learn that the hard way. GOD does not create destructive religion, ever. MAN does. Jesus taught that ALL are sons and daughters of God, that all have a higher fragment of gods' mind within them and he demontrated that by meditation when he went to commune with his father, which he also told everyone, was their father.
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The Bible says not to add or take away ANYTHING from it. It says that you cannot serve two masters. Where in the world do you get that this is compromising of all religions?
 Quoting: Dease


Jesus did NOT create Christianity. His religion he taught was communinion with the Father Within by Meditation and not anything else. You don't even understand the comment you are making. He said his teaching was true. it is, but it is for the whole of the globe and not thru a religious organization. I know him very personally. He even told of another to come after him, the one for the Arabs, Mohammed.
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Absolute lies. Spooky response, start a New Age thread if
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Osteen and Romney are not Christian.

One preaches the false "prosperity gospel" and the other
thinks he'll get his own planet, at the same time, he denies the Holy Trinity!!!
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Bingo!
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"What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?" - Galatians 5: 22-23
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I used to eat, sleep and drink Olsteen - right up until he said he thought Obama was a 'good man'. I threw every one of his books in the trash, including his positive, noted interpretation of the bible. If you're in religion, stay outta politics. The catholics lost me when they started sucking the illegal's dicks.
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good for you. He exists to serve the NWO thugs. He is not a man of God. By his fruits.
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Osteen and Romney are not Christian.

One preaches the false "prosperity gospel" and the other
thinks he'll get his own planet, at the same time, he denies the Holy Trinity!!!
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Bingo!
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I used to eat, sleep and drink Olsteen - right up until he said he thought Obama was a 'good man'. I threw every one of his books in the trash, including his positive, noted interpretation of the bible. If you're in religion, stay outta politics. The catholics lost me when they started sucking the illegal's XXXX.
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You lost me with your filthy vulgarity. Think guy, no one
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Joel osteen is no Christian so how would he know what one looks like.
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Joel osteen is no Christian so how would he know what one looks like.
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Good point.
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"What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?" - Galatians 5: 22-23
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In this article, Joel Osteen says that Romney and Obama are both Christians. He said that Mormons are "brothers in Christ". This is yet another red flag to prove that he is a false prophet. Osteen makes the definition of Christianity so broad that nearly everyone is considered saved. A while back he talked about how homosexuals attended his church, and how they were Christians too. He did not convict them. Do not listen to this man. He does not speak the truth. The word of God is uncompromising.

[link to www.christianpost.com]

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Joel Osteen, the popular megachurch pastor from Houston, appeared Tuesday afternoon on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and said that he considers both presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a Mormon, and President Obama to be Christians.

Osteen, when asked about Romney's faith, said the former Massachusetts governor is indeed a Christian – which is a similar statement to the one he made in January.

"When I hear Mitt Romney say that he believes that Jesus is the Son of God – that he's the Christ, raised from the dead, that he's his Savior – that's good enough for me," said Osteen.

The Texas pastor did say that the Mormon faith was "not traditional Christianity," but that Mormonism still falls under the umbrella of Christian tenets. "Mormonism is a little different, but I still see them as brothers in Christ," said Osteen.

Many Christians do not consider Mormons to be Christians because they do not hold orthodox beliefs on core doctrines such as original sin, grace, the inerrancy of the Bible, and the understanding of the Trinity is different.
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They claim to be Christians

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Add a preacher demon to my list...got it.

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Joel osteen is no Christian so how would he know what one looks like.
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Good point.
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I understand what he's saying. I don't really agree with it. I think mormons are as lost as goats in a hail storm. However we all see through the glass darkly. I hesitate saying who I think will or won't be in heaven. They might be surprised to see me there.
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