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Twallgirl Wallace answered Professor Cat's question

Let's start by saying that God did not create gay people.  He does not hate anyone. The bible clearly  states in the book of genesi that god created the woman to be with the man. While I do believe that there is something wrapped up in imperfection that we will never understand, homosexuality is a … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

Try to remember that your parents love you. They are responsible  for your well being and safety. They have to protect you at all costs from online predators  and those people that will harm you in any way. It's  not a matter of trust but responsibility theirs to make sure you have a wonderful childhood

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

No one can force you to do anything. The bible itself explains that God wants us to serve him willingly, not begrudgingly. I would suggest having a personal bible study of your own, really study the scriptures  and pray sincerely  to God for you to understand his will and make application.  Hope this is helpful.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

You have to communicate with her. If she is a true friend you both can talk about how you feel about things without things getting weird. The bible  tells us that there is a frustrating of plan where there is no confidential talk.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

I would say that he doesn't have respect for himself  or for the person he hit. The bible gives us clear instructions on how to treat each other.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered The Z.'s question

I don't believe that I will ever completely doubt people. When we lose faith that people can do good. Where will we be? My goal is to surround myself with those who are trustworthy, honest and share the same values and belief system that I have. One thing though that I have been working on … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Moooaoa Jiaou's question

Adam and others lived for so long  because they are closer to  perfection than we are today. It was God's original purpose that all humans would live forever in peaceful conditions in paradise on earth. When Adam and Eve decided that they no longer wanted to follow  God's right to rule and became disobedient, in … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Walter The Grump's question

I have to agree with you all. There is a huge lack of respect especially  in the younger generation. They have no respect for themselves or others. It's quite shocking. I recall a scripture  in the bible at 2 Timothy 3:1-5: "But know this, in the last days critical times hard to deal with will … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

Unfortunately, yes we die. But we have a hope to look forward the bible. It tells us at John 5:28, 29 that there will be a resurrection, the opportunity to see our loved one's again. So although  we may die. That doesn't have to be our end. I often visit  jw.org for questions that need … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

The best way to solve a potential  problem is to have open honest conversations with one another. This especially important iwithin the family unit. Ther are a series of articles that helped my family: Jw.org under  the topic help for families. It gave us some good practical suggestions that were not difficult  to implement. Hope … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

I'm totally fine with that especially  if the 20 year old encourages  The 15 year old to make wise practical decisions. The bible tells us to widen out in our love, which means that friends can be found in all age groups. It also tells us at Proverbs 18:25 that their exists a friend sticking … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

I don't know what people are saying half the time. But In order to communicate with this up and coming generation it will be in our best interest to communicate with them.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

You are fine. Enjoy your youth. Society puts soo much pressure on teens to be thin. The most important thing is health. If you need to lose weight because of health reasons then by all means do it. But don't put to much anxiety on yourself it could lead to other insecurities

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

The bible tells us: "No punishment at present is pleasant but it yields peaceable fruit". Take the punishment and try to learn from it.  I don't know how old you are but punishment helps us to realize that there are consequences to are actions. As an adult we must own up to mistakes and work … Read more