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JustAGirlX JustAGirlX says:
Do Christians pray for forgiveness every time they eat shrimp?
I'm not taking shots and I'm not trying to be funny. Just wondering, it was a weird thought that came to my mind.
Jerry Mack says:
The particular Law that you are citing is not for Christians of today. Since the beginning of mankind God has had at least six different covenants(agreements) which included different rules for...

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