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Now that I am 17 I can honestly say that it was one of the best decisions of my life. I'm from the west coast and I have honestly watched my sister (who is still a member) throw her life away. Why should ALL of my friends have to be from the church? I believe in God and love God but I WILL NOT believe that every one of my "worldly" friends and my relatives who have died that were not a member of the OALC church are in hell. Another thing that is ever present in that church is the RACISM.
My parents did not want her to get married at age 18 but the preachers did. I have heard from so many different members that " BLACK IS THE CURSED RACE ". Reply to 1991128x On , 10 March 2009 1991128x said: I thank God I got out of there. I can actually have a normal life instead of perform manual labor all day and come home to a wife and 13 children.
The prayer for the feast reads: "All-powerful and ever-living God: You raised the sinless Virgin Mary, mother of your Son, body and soul, to the glory of heaven.
May we see heaven as our final goal and come to share her glory." In 1950, in the Apostolic Constitution , Pope Pius XII proclaimed the Assumption of Mary a dogma of the Catholic Church in these words: "The Immaculate Mother of God, the ever-virgin Mary, having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heaven." With that, an ancient belief became Catholic doctrine and the Assumption was declared a truth revealed by God.
They look to the present and to the future and give us an insight into our own relationship with God.
The Assumption looks to eternity and gives us hope that we, too, will follow Our Lady when our life is ended.
Her whole being throbbed with divine life from the very beginning, readying her for the exalted role of mother of the Savior.
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The Assumption completes God's work in her since it was not fitting that the flesh that had given life to God himself should ever undergo corruption.
The Assumption is God's crowning of His work as Mary ends her earthly life and enters eternity.
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