Being on the Edge

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This book is the Biblical point of view Using common Sense Self-control using your mind to say NO, Being in on the edge is taking control when problem turn up. Making up your own mind to using common sense, think, good judgment. When someone ask you to do something that not correct. For example in the Garden of Eden man and woman equally had a choice to make about that forbidden fruit. With the exception of, man not thinking they let the serpent make the choice for them. Why do people let Satan rule their life ...
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Overview

This book is the Biblical point of view Using common Sense Self-control using your mind to say NO, Being in on the edge is taking control when problem turn up. Making up your own mind to using common sense, think, good judgment. When someone ask you to do something that not correct. For example in the Garden of Eden man and woman equally had a choice to make about that forbidden fruit. With the exception of, man not thinking they let the serpent make the choice for them. Why do people let Satan rule their life and thinking, in life using-control and stops and think before you get in trouble? Before making the wrong choice. Satan will get you in trouble that could follow you all days of your life. And with friends in, team associate, at school, and church it could happen. Anywhere assembly with group of people motions control of your mind is needed.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781434385079
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 11/17/2008
  • Pages: 84
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.20 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2014

    After reading the poorly written overview of this book I wonder

    After reading the poorly written overview of this book I wonder two things: 1, is English the author's native language? and 2. Who would buy a book in which the overview so clearly demonstrates lack of basic grammar and common sense? The description doesn't even make sense.

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