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This really needs more information in order to read between the lines. Based on what you've provided, I'd say she attends a church that only allows 'Christins' to attend, however I find that a little hard to believe. Any Christian church I know of does not prevent non-Christians from attending (after all, if I was 'perfect' I wouldn't 'need' to attend church). Perhaps she did not want to disclose the name of her church, for some odd reason, or perhaps she does not even attend a church and was avoiding your question. Doesn't make sense to me either.

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Q: What do you make out of this the other day a client come to me tell me how she is a devout Christin I as her what church does she go to and her reply was she goes to a church only for her people what?
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