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One should not believe everything one hears but should experience it for oneself Being saved from Jesus is a big deal to ones faith especially when one has a huge ceremony to be saved When something is expected of one and it is failed it is a big disappointment so some of us may twist the truth around If one puts thier mind to something one can accomplish anything and thats what Langston needed to know so he could realize that Jesus was already with him Langston was at the church wanting and waiting to see Jesus when all along Jesus was with him and he did not realize it Langsston was a twelve year old boy who was confused about the whole seeing jesus concept because he thought he woul literally see jesus Langston did not realize that all he had to do was affirm life and he would be welcomed into the kingdom of God Langston recognized that he was going to be saved later on in his life because he repented even though he may not have understood it at that momment For the last time in my life but one-for I was a big boy twelve years old-I cried I decieved everybody in the church This obviously shows the sorrow and regret for his lying Langston believes now that he had been saved and it takes time to understand what being saved is all about especially when one is only twelve years old I agee with Langston when he says I was saved from sin when I was going on thirteen because he really was saved he just had to believe in himself and in God He did not really recognize what was going on until later on in his life where he now realizes he will not be killed on the alter by God This is because Langston has learned now that if one affimrs thier life one will
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