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  1. I want to thank the people who answered my questions about how to get more traffic to my site and how to navigate wordpress blogging. Thank you for taking the time to send the links and not judge me and say"she could have found that on her own through searching the site"

    I was so excited about blogging that I wanted answers right now the easy way. What you sent me really did help so please don't stop helping the crazy people like me. LOL

    God bless all you kind people!

    Oh this is suppose to be a question....so can you visit me at my blog? (hee hee!)

    Tanya @ http://godspeaks-i-listen.com

    The blog I need help with is godspeaks-i-listen.com.

  2. hi Tanya,
    I checked out your blog. Wow, you write every day. Good for you. I like the picture of the eagle -they fly all over my neighborhood! I believe Christ resurrected in the flesh. Can I ask you a question, since you said your husband is a minister --what atonement theory does he/you believe in?

  3. Very nice blog. I admire your faith and your devotion.

    On a blog-only related subject, If you have a list of blogs you like, I'd replace the stock wordpress links in your blogroll. If you don't, I'd delete the whole thing.

  4. Momfog....thank you for your kind words. Also I think I know what you are talking about with the blog roll...but...I'm very computer illerate and I have NOT been able to figure out any of the stuff on the sides. My son is and I'm trying to get to him(he's so busy) so he can help me with that. I'm happy to have gotten this far on my own..but I'm stuck. I'll show my son what you said So I can get A better looking and functioning site. God bless you and ....have a great day.

  5. gigisanchez I'll answer your question soon.

  6. gigissanchez This is our atonemant theory:

    The Penal Theory
    This is a variation of the Satisfaction Theory which had been proposed by Anselem, circa 1100 CE. The Penal Theory of the atonement (a.k.a. the Penal Subsitution Theory) was held by Martin Luther (1483 - 1546 CE), John Calvin (1509 - 1564 CE), and other leading theologians of the Reformation. The theory states that God's mercy replaces his wrath after the infinite sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. This theory is commonly accepted today by fundamentalist other evangelical Protestant denominations, and some mainline faith groups.

    God bless you!

  7. Did you ask your husband what your atonement theory is?

  8. Hey guys, i Love how nice you've all been and so up for helping out, was wondering if you guys could give me any tips you can think of to make my blog a bit better... only really new and not honed my technique yet but... : http://blobbsofink.wordpress.com/

  9. How do I post to this forum:

    http://www.allrelativity.info/memory-of-yesterday/comment-page-1#comment-8763

    it wont let me log in :(

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