Religiously Waiting

I am going to meet my friend on Sunday and he mailed me and told me where to meet and then he added:

I will religiously wait for you

To do something religiously always yield power that others don’t understand and cannot imagine.

5 thoughts on “Religiously Waiting

  1. If your friend was speaking English, “Religiously” generally means do to something over and over. I watch my favourite show, The Simpsons, religiously every week.

    If someone waited for you religiously they would have to wait for you every day or every week. Otherwise they are just waiting for you patiently.

    If your friend was speaking Chinese, then never mind.

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  3. And hope you are also waiting for the one who also came to die for our sins on the cross, be buried, and rose from the dead the third day, was seen of men, and went back up to heaven. And also said , I will come again . None other then the Lord Jesus Christ , the son of God who also was God manifest in the flesh. And we can be ready to see him when he comes if we have repented of our sins and trusted him as our own personal Saviour and Lord God . This is all according to the inspired and preserved word of Almighty God , the Holy Bible. And for more info also listen to f b n r a d I o dot com. God bless you as you do so.

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