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• Posted by: Mister Frodo   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, December 28, 2006, at 10:09 p.m.
• IP Address:
• In Response to: Seek help immediately. *NM* (Chris)

At least somebody said something. I come to this forum looking for information regarding the Two Towers score, and what I get is a satanic prayer to the Devil? Couldn't you find some other place to put this? Jesus Christ didn't die on the cross for this. He died on the cross for the salvation of Man. Cursing His name and the name of the Holy Spirit is a sin, a bad sin. While I'm not a great Christian, and of course I sin as well, I cannot think of a sin more despicable than this. How can you do such a thing? Selling your soul to the Devil will not get you into Heaven. This is horrific. This is awful. It brings a chill down my spine. God is my King. I don't obey one of his angels. God is going to win in the end. Even the demons of Satan know this.

And please, let's keep the comments music-related from now on, people. I normally wouldn't say anything about off topic stuff, but when it's something this evil and wrong, well, I wouldn't feel like a Christian if I didn't say something.

I hope and pray God intervenes in your life. God Bless all of you.

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