The best description I can come up with is that she's becoming a young teenager, but she's too young for the attitude that she has been having recently. Is this normal for children this age? What is the best way to handle her antics when she acts out? She's a sweet child most of the time, but she's definitely going through something. She's back talking, arguing and sometimes acts mean to her sisters. I don't want her to become out of control. Is it just because she doesn't get as much attention as she used to or could there be something else going on? Thanks for any advice.6 AnswersGrade-Schooler7 years ago
Does anyone know which religion this is? Thanks. Please no snide remarks on this. I'm really wanting to know.3 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
In Revelation it talks about the number 666.
And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six." -Revelation 13:17-18
Take a look at the titles that the pope holds...
Vicarius Filii Dei
Take a look at the roman numerals of this title and add them up. They equal 666.
THE LITERAL MEANING:
VICARIVS - substituting for, or in place of
FILII - means son
DEI - means God
Also in Latin we have DVX CLERI and LVDOVICVS. Both are official titles of the Pope and both when you add up the roman numerals of the letters equal 666.
And in Hebrew:
Look it up for yourself they all equal 666.
There is one other name that equals 666 and it is the name for Satan in Greek.
The Vatican often refers to itself as SANCTA LVX DEI
Put Roman Numerals to this and then add them up. What do you get?
Interesting that all of these titles come up with the number 666 when you add the roman numerals. One more thing...
With the title SANCTA LVX DEI: If you remove all the letters that do not have numeric values, you are left with... SANTAE. If you slide the "N" to the right two spaces like you can in the name "SANTA" you will end up with, "SATANE" The word SATANE = SATAN in LATIN!
Interesting isn't it.8 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
We have had a garnishment to our checking account. A good portion of this money was my oldest daughter's child support. My husband is going in front of the court to try and prove that this money is exempt, however I'm being told that it could be hard to prove, even though I'm getting my bank statements and it's clear how much is child support money in the account. What is the best way to prove this. Thanks.2 AnswersLaw & Ethics7 years ago
What could be causing it and is it any reason for concern? It started suddenly 2 days ago with bleeding. Now it's just kind of a yellowish fluid coming though the skin itself.2 AnswersMen's Health9 years ago
Rather than to live by it the way it is written?28 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
Has anyone else experienced this or know what might be causing it? I eat well so I doubt it would be that. It has gotten worse over the past couple days and is much worse today. I can't stand up for 30 minutes after nursing without feeling like I'll pass out. I don't have insurance so going to the Dr would be a last resort option.7 AnswersNewborn & Baby10 years ago
She will only eat a handful of things; chicken or fish and fries, cheese pizza, spaghetti, green beans, mandarin oranges and apples. She drinks a little milk and lots of water. What can I do to try getting her to try new things. She refuses to try new things and is determined that she won't like them. We can't afford to keep feeding her separate from the rest of us just because she is picky. We can't let her do without because she will go without eating altogether (we have tried it, she didn't eat for a week and I was concerned so we started cooking her something separate). The doctors said she won't go hungry, she will eat when she is good and ready, but I disagree with that. I was picky as a child, but not nearly as picky as she was. Any ideas would be very helpful. Thanks.4 AnswersGrade-Schooler10 years ago
After she eats she is very fussy, even after she has burped well. This can continue for up to an hour after she has eaten. I will give her gripe water, which helps out some, but someone suggested trying fennel tea for her. Is this safe and if so, what is the best way to make and give it to her. She will not take a bottle. I bought some fennel seeds, but I don't know how much to mix with water. Can someone help please. Thanks2 AnswersNewborn & Baby10 years ago
I don't think it is.12 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
She can grasp some of the information that I've given her, but she is having trouble understanding some too. Anyone try teaching this to young children, have you had any trouble with it? What are some of the thoughts that you have gotten from children on this and what is the best way to help them understand. My 5 year old is pretty smart and can understand fairly well. She is learning on a 1st grade level. Thanks for your help.
PLEASE KEEP COMMENTS TO THE QUESTION. Be nice in your answers.9 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
I was talking to a supposed Christian the other day and they asked why I put others before myself. So when did Christianity become a put myself before others religion? I have always been taught to put God first, then other people and myself last. Are Christians still taught this or am I part of a dying faith?1 AnswerReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
God's love for us is like our love for our children. What have they ever done to earn our love? Nothing. Yet we love them anyway. We love them even when they do things that make us mad. So why can't people understand Christianity?14 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
Are you Conservative or Liberal and what religion are you. If you don't have a religion, let me know too. This should be interesting and please be respectful.7 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
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for Muslims to get along with other faiths? In the Quran it tells them that they are to convert all non believers to Islam and not to rest until everyone believes in Allah. I've yet to find reason to leave my Christian faith and upbringing. And I've spent time talking to Muslims and reading the Quran.14 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
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I had a friend of mine say that she would never be able to live the way that we do in my faith, because we make it with so little. I'm just curious how many of you think that way?7 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago