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Marijo Juric

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  • Birthday 02/28/1989

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  1. Brother Milby is right, good point. Thanks for correction. And this is not some Forum with many topics where lost people gather to talk about everything (sports, politics, history...etc etc). We don't need cringe,facepalm,angry emojis, because nobody will rate written COMMENTS here with those emojis, those comments will probably be deleted. Keep it simple. Prayer emoji is very useful, Adam. Research definitely needs to be awarded.... I remember sister in Christ did some research on Patreon about Unicorns in The Bible. I am into that stuff, giants,dragons, flat earth....
  2. Maybe it would be better if: "thanks symbol" is (+2) . I'll give Vancouver "Thanks" symbol because, he taught me from where "Heart" symbol originates. "Checked" symbol sounds good that should be (neutral). It just means "I read it", I get anxious if no one "like" my comment, then I think I wrote something stupid, LOL. "Like/heart/thumbs up" comment should be (+1.) "Hahaha" should be (+2.) 1 Cor 14:33 says "For God is not the author of confusion..."..so does it mean "confusion" needs to be (-2). I saw some posts on old KJVM forum that were very confusing. We need "cringe/facepalm" symbol definitely (-1). "Sad" symbol should be (neutral). "Praying symbol" (neutral) Maybe "magnifier symbol" for research effort (+4) That's it ......
  3. It is the end of the day, and you are thinking about how you lived through that day. Please share what did you learn that day. What did God teach you from Bible? Share some Bible verses or new insights about yourself,God,or this world. Did something happen to you that day? Did Lord bless you or chastisement you, what lessons you learned from that? "Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend." "Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye do."
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