By John Christian Cross”The thing about Christianity is that, in its heart, it has this idea that it is about the forgiveness of sin and the restoration of grace and this idea of redemption.
It’s not a religion about salvation, and I think that’s the thing that’s really different about the Christians, and that’s why I think they’re such great footballers.”
The way that they talk about the game is very simple.
They say it’s about forgiveness and it’s not about salvation.
It is about redemption, it is a very simple idea.
“So that’s what I think is so important about football and the fact that the Christian players have got such a different idea about it than me.
They talk about football as about redemption and about being able to get back to the people, but I’m not sure they are, because it is so difficult for me to be a Christian footballer.”
I don’t believe that.
I believe that Jesus said to the apostles: ‘If you do the will of God, he will forgive you’.
“The new study has identified three key characteristics of footballers who fit the Christian football stereotype.
There is the physical aspect of the game, with the ball, the ball movement, the movement of the players.
But there is also the emotional aspect, the passion and the desire to win.
There are footballers with a great ability to pass the ball but also a great capacity to pass it at will, but also the desire for a pass that will be a success.
Footballers are more prone to injury and more prone than non-footballers to depression.
Football is about winning, and the players who succeed tend to be the winners.
So I think there’s a lot to be learned from the footballers I’ve come across in my research.
I was in my early 20s and I was just coming out of college and I remember coming out and I had a friend who played for a club in England.
I had a bit of an experience with football.
He was playing for Newcastle United and he was one of the strikers, the one who was most effective and the one with the most passion and who had the best skills.
He was also the type of guy who, when he got a goal, he was really emotional.
He would just go out and celebrate.
I thought it was really interesting and I wanted to get in touch with him.
He called and said, ‘I just want to play for you for a while’.
I said, OK.
He called and told me, ‘You have to be good.
You have to pass.
You can’t miss.’
I thought, this is incredible.
I said to him, ‘Are you serious?’ and he said, yeah, I’m serious.
He told me I should work hard.
And he was so encouraging.
I went out for a game and it was a bit early on and he told me to do something really hard.
I started playing the ball really hard and then he said to me, “Now, now, now!
You’ve got to work hard and if you miss, you’ll get a yellow card.
“I thought to myself, OK, this guy is just being a good father.
He’s been great.
I was happy with him, he didn’t take it personally, and he didn