Have You Given Up Anything For Lent?

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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Caffeine, man what a challenge.. I love my mountain dew!! How bout your self?
John Profile
John answered
I have given for many reasons,tithe, blessing and fasting but that is between me and God to be blessed in secret/behind closed doors as God see's fit.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I have given up nothing - ran out of beer yesterday, does that count?
The Instigator Profile
The Instigator answered
I have given up answering questions posed by the feeble minded such as those on this page. If you do not agree with other people's beliefs, at least give them the courtesy not to be mocked. It's strange how you mock things are are not provable or cannot be proven to be a positive. It shows when you mock, you have never been taught tolerance. It's a wonder this country survived. Do you know why this country was formed, it was because of intolerance in the UK and Europe that inspired the pilgrims to leave their lands, and you were the recipient of their struggles.
Maddie Profile
Maddie answered
I gave up candy and videogames.
The whole point of Lent is giving up something you love to spend more time with God.
It's funny watching people try to bend the rules of their promise, a girl I know gave up all chocolate but then she ate a Swiss Role and tried to say she gave up hard chocolate, which makes no sense!
walter jedyk Profile
walter jedyk answered
Oh, i fasted for a week.
yarnlady Profile
yarnlady answered
I was not raised in a religion that observed lent, and I am now an Atheist.
thanked the writer.
Maddie
Maddie commented
That's very sad. I feel bad for you. Is it hard for your family?
yarnlady
yarnlady commented
My parents passed on 25 years ago, but I never got around to telling them. None of my current family, husband, children and grandchildren are religious.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I gave up following directions from a 2000 year old book, and gave up listening to someone else telling me what to do.
William Harkin Profile
William Harkin answered
Eating sweets!Not that I ate many before.being a catholic I have to try something. I liked your giving up self denial.
Annie Devore Profile
Annie Devore answered
Naughty Things I Should Not Have Like Candy.. Oreos..  This Is Good  Because I Love Chocolate
Karen Profile
Karen answered
No, because I believe that God WANTS you to take care of your body 24/7 365 days a year....and not just for Lent. That is way too much crap for me to digest.

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