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Melania Trump and Christmas have, overall, had a bumpy history in her time as First Lady. It seems that despite her best efforts she just cannot do anything right. To be fair — because so few are these days whenRead more

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Considering the main source behind this article, I'm going to have to do a fact check.

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Who among us would not be "exposed" if intimate conversations, especially when voicing frustration, were secretly taped by people we mistakenly took as a friend and confidante.  I guess the privilege of friendship is for sale even more than the attorney client privilege.  I guess that's why churches often refer to their buildings as a sanctuary,  the relationships there may be the last refuge, the inner sanctum.

She must feel so violated.  God grant her peace

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I'm going to say I BELIEVE it it be true.
When the LOVE to HATE RUNS through your veins, 
She is top tier!
To tear down someone this BIG, I BELIEVE
It happen and
IT WAS TAPED WITH HATE in ones heart.
When you put anyone through the things she has been through,
I could see that being said and for sure it have been taped
That being said.
I bet MANY of us
If some of my phone conversations
where taped or even overheard ..........
well lets just say it would be like


steve urkel oops GIF

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Perhaps if everyone spent more time in the Word, then we would all have less time for giving the enemy a foothold in our heart.

Please remember that your reputation should reveal your character and your character is who you are in your heart. Don't take the easy answer! Don't compare yourself to others but, compare your heart to the Word. Study the Word prayerfully, Let it work in you.

Then you have nothing to fear from a taped conversation.


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