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What percentage of Christians are making Jesus Lord of their lives walking the walk not just talking the talk?

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2006-09-11 20:25:07
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Not many from what I see. They talk the talk, but actions speak louder than words.

But who am I to judge???? People are people and we all sin.. Just try your best.. Just saying you are Christian is not enough and you can have 10 Christians in one room and each one has their own rendition of what daily Christian lives should be all about. We should all try to have a belief system and to get along (brothers and sisters no matter what the color of our skin is) and help where we can. We're human, not gods and we will make mistakes, but I believe God only expects us to learn from these mistakes.

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