I'd like to share with you how I became a Christian. We didn't talk about God and I didn't know anything about him.
When I was twelve years old, my parents told us we were going to church; a friend had invited us.
(A Florida federal bankruptcy judge later awarded the rights to the book to the family of Ron Goldman, according to , stated that although she had “heard” of the memorabilia, there was “no mention” of guns or weapons.We were on our way to the Orthodontist Facility of the University to pick up some books. The doctors told my family, "It's best if you do not hook her up to life support." You want to know the irony about that, brothers and sisters? It removed all of the flesh from my stomach and my reproductive organs. You want to know the words that the doctors used to describe my ovaries?Fast forward four years later, and an impassioned Arnelle once again took the stand to argue on her father's behalf, addressing the commissioners who will decide the legal fate of OJ's future, noting that, more than anything, she (and the rest of the Simpson family) just want OJ to “come home”: Arnelle Simpson told the parole board her dad is the "perfect inmate" and "we just want him home." https://t.co/OEbfh QM7qz #OJSimpson Parole pic.twitter.com/Ap Bpp If7Cx— ABC13 Houston (@abc13houston) July 20, 2017Despite the emotion in Arnelle's speech, not everyone on Twitter was sold on what she said, due to the controversy surrounding OJ's acquittal in 1995 for the deaths of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman.magazine reported in 2013 that “Narcissistic personality disorder is nearly three times as high for people in their twenties as for the generation that’s now 65 or older. Testimonies can be a valuable way to share the good news about Jesus. Jesus came to change lives.” This is dangerous because it’s only partially true, and it makes us the center of the gospel.