I remember sitting in the pews during the sermon, praying to God that the congregation would not have to hear the story of Jesus dying on the cross.
He was a man of faith who had already experienced many terrible things in his life, and so it would be so very sad to hear that the stories of his death were all the more painful because of them.
But my prayer was answered.
After he died, the people prayed for his resurrection and the resurrection of all those who loved him.
As I remember, it was one of those experiences that I have never regretted.
I have no regrets about my own death.
And, I think, for that very reason, I have had to experience a loss that I was not prepared for.
It is not something that I think of much.
It’s not something I really feel.
It never enters my mind.
And the pain that I feel is not that I am regretting something, or that I should regret it.
I feel something else that I will never forget, and that is the agony of seeing a loved one suffer.
That is something that comes over you at first, and then you forget it.
And then you go on and on and, and it takes you a while to get used to it, because you are not used to that.
But when you see it, it makes you realize that you have to live with it.
If you see a loved-one suffering, you are forced to live that life.
I am not trying to sound sentimental.
I know there are people out there who are grieving over the loss of a loved ones death, and I am one of them, too.
And I know it is difficult to accept that.
And so it is with grief.
But I do think that the pain is worth it.
That’s the best way to look at it.
As someone who is an atheist, it is hard for me to think that there are some people who have no feelings at all about a death that has happened, and the way that God works.
And there are other people who are willing to sacrifice their life and their loved ones for the sake of some abstract idea.
I believe that God loves those who are just as much as he loves those he loves himself, and He will always be there for them.
As an atheist myself, that’s not a hard thing to believe, but I don’t think there are those who have a desire to sacrifice themselves for a higher cause.
I do, however, think that those who want to do that have to make some choices.
The choices they make are often very difficult and very hard to make.
And those who choose to make the sacrifices and live the life of a martyr, in this case, I know that it’s hard.
And it is very, very hard.
But it’s worth it, and they have to.
I think that it is worth the sacrifice.
And to me, that is what I have come to understand about Jesus Christ.
I can’t say that about any other person.
But for the most part, I believe Jesus is the Son of God.
I also know that he is the Savior of the world.
And that’s why, after I knew him, I felt so profoundly for him.
It was the greatest honor of my life to know him.
And for me, the Lord Jesus is a very powerful man.
God gave him life and a purpose, and he chose to live the lives that he lived and to walk in his footsteps.
So I don:t know how else to describe him.
I don;t think of him as a person who is a person of faith.
I just know that Jesus died to bring people closer to God.
That he died to give people hope.
That the life that he took and the lives he left were a testimony to him.
That they were not the work of somebody who had a higher purpose or who had no purpose.
And in that way, Jesus is my friend, my teacher, my savior.
I pray that he will continue to bless our lives and our children, and we will continue living in faith.
Thank you very much.