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Would you rather laugh with sinners, or cry with saints?

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Would you rather laugh with the sinners, or cry with the saints?

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  1. If I really meet a saint, a genuine saint that is, (and we all get to know when the saint is a real one!) then, I prefer to cry with him, shed tears in ecstasy of realizing God, of feeling blessed….

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  2. Wow, I so like this question… What an interesting one! Now I began laughing, so I guess I would rather laugh with sinners while at the same time keeping my faith…

    Sinners and saints – they are all people, therefore they are entitled to their own freedom of expression.

    It’s hard to be a saint, so I guess, I would rather laugh with sinners. Haha

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  3. I feel that one can always laugh with a person who has a story to tell, a story that one may gain insight from. Who wants to sit and listen to a saint talk about all the right decisions he made and learn absolutely nothing from it. I say stick with the sinners, they will offer knowledge and will most likely have a drunken night to talk about. Live today for today, if it makes you happy crying with a saint, then be my guest. If it makes you happy laughing with a sinner then DO IT. It is your life and please do what makes you happy, there is too much sad in this freaking world! Smileee πŸ™‚

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  4. I would laugh out loud with sinners buy won’t commit a sin.
    A word to all: Never condemn a sinner, but the sin….treat him, make him good!!!!

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  5. We’re all sinners. Don’t think you can be considered a saint or gain true ‘saint-hood’ until after you die… so if you’re crying with saints you are probably dead, right?

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  6. Now that’s some food for thought.
    I’d say it depends on what they’re laughing about, and what they’re crying about, but no one person can be a saint even if he does good deeds outwardly. While everyone is a sinner. I think it depends more on the individual people you laugh or cry with. Don’t condemn everyone for their sins when they are forgiven through Christ. Question the character of the people that you spend your time with. The question doesn’t really go beyond anything but labels, but it is a very good question that really got me thinking.
    A challenging question, difficult to answer.
    Me – http://questioningmyself.wordpress.com/

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  7. If u choose not to loose your sanity u might want to do both. Were all in this together we just go in different directions sometimes we collide to insure the armagedon exists.

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  8. People are declared saints, not because they have never sinned, but because they did rise above that sin and for the love of humanity produced good lasting works toward solutions to problems in society that aid us all. So when you laugh with a sinner you may be laughing with a future saint.

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    1. I like the Idea of Sinners being Future Saints, so i’d say laughing with Sinners. It’s better than crying, i guess.

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