Confident in Own Self

Flavio was raised Catholic, but he didn’t believe in the Bible. He thought he knew what was right. All he saw was hypocrisy in the churches. He thought he knew better than other people and was smarter than other people. His did only what he wanted his whole life. He overdosed, was hospitalized and none of those things stopped him from doing what he wanted to do. Sometimes he would help somebody, and he thought that made him a good person. Then things began to change. He felt complete emptiness, darkness and destruction, and so he began to seek and search God, and he began to repent of his former life. And that is when everything changed.


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