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About Teeya

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  • Birthday 05/07/1988

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    I am a single mother trying to live every day for christ and show my daughter his loving grace!Hey my name is Teeyona I am 23 years old I am terribly shy,I prefer intellectualism, reading and art over anything but my daughter I am conservative To a point I much like the 70s punk shares the underlying feeling of disgust and separation from normal everyday culture that the 70s Punks espoused, but expresses its alienation and disenchantment with modern society and it's values in a more intelligent and less destructive manner I get along with people and can only stand a few at times I get really stessed out when I am around to many. I spend most of my time at school, reading books I like loony toon's and I enjoy spending time with friends and being a goof ball. Life’s a blast and never gets boring as long as you have good friends and a family there for you life’s good

    I am a singer and write music even though I can't read sheet music. I'm trying to start a band kindathingiebut I need a band and am having no such luck in it becasue I cant find some one who plays drums,guitar, paino or violin that wont to do.
    this is all I can think about my self before I get sick so I'll see you all on the flip side ^_~ ^_^
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    Reading, writing ,Drawing,and My baby Girl t And Getting back to the old Me.Boxing, reading , writing, drawing,I love music, tattoos ^_^ love em same with piercing's corsets sewing the SCA making patterns knitting crocheting steam punk dark/middle ages ect.
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    as of right now MOM
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  1. Teeya

    What is the meaning of your first name?

    my first name mean princesses, peace, Queen of the faeries/fae or queen of the spirits >..< ---------- Post added at 12:27 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:24 PM ---------- my first name mean(teeyona) princesses, peace, Queen of the faeries/fae or queen of the spirits >..< and my middle name(lee) means in the valley.
  2. Teeya

    what clothes should christians wear?

    Proper dress for women Two passages in the New Testament concern proper dress for women: I also want women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or expensive clothes, but with good deeds, appropriate for women who profess to worship God. (NIV, 1 Timothy 2:9-10) Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as braided hair and the wearing of gold jewelry and fine clothes. Instead, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God's sight. For this is the way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God used to make themselves beautiful. (NIV, 1 Peter 3:2-5) Many of the New Testament letters address specific abuses that occurred in the early Christian communities, and that may be the case here. Jesus had defied the standards of first-century male-dominated society by treating women as equals. Paul had declared all people equal in the family of God (Galatians 3:26-29). Many Bible scholars believe some women in the church had carried their "liberation" too far and adopted offensive styles of dress. Church leaders were anxious to avoid any hint of scandal in the churches, and these passages served that purpose. Both of these passages also make the point that a person's true beauty comes from within and is properly expressed by good deeds rather than showy clothing and jewelry. A few Christians interpret these passages as a requiring women to dress very plainly and refrain from wearing jewelry or using makeup. But most Christians believe the advice is simply to dress modestly and in good taste, according to the standards of the society they live in. Proper headwear for worship In his letters to the church at Corinth, Paul responded to a number of questions the Corinthian Christians had asked him (1 Corinthians 7:1). One of those questions involved proper headwear during worship services. No one knows what the exact question was or what situation prompted it, but Paul gave this reply: Any man who prays or prophesies with something on his head disgraces his head, but any woman who prays or prophesies with her head unveiled disgraces her head--it is one and the same thing as having her head shaved. For if a woman will not veil herself, then she should cut off her hair; but if it is disgraceful for a woman to have her hair cut off or to be shaved, she should wear a veil. For a man ought not to have his head veiled, since he is the image and reflection of God; but woman is the reflection of man. (NRSV, 1 Corinthians 11:4-7) In first century culture, it was considered a mark of respect for a man to remove his turban in the presence of a superior. Similarly, a man should remove his head covering when he came into God's presence in prayer. Additionally, it was the custom of pagan men to cover themselves while praying, so as to avoid distractions. Thus, men should remove their head coverings to avoid any association with paganism. Jewish women did not normally wear veils, but reputable Greek and Roman women did. A woman's veil was a symbol of her modesty and respect for her husband. For a Corinthian woman to remove her veil in public would have been an insult to her husband and an affront to the Greek/Roman society in which she lived. Paul strongly discouraged any such rebellion or hint of scandal within the churches. In addition, some pagan priestesses removed their veils and wore their hair disheveled when prophesying. Thus, women should remain veiled while praying or prophesying to avoid any association with paganism. It must have been a great disgrace for a woman to shave her head. So, Paul made the comparison that removing one's veil while praying or prophesying would be an equally great disgrace.
  3. Teeya

    Pornogrophy Addiction

  4. Teeya

    Family Crisis

    praying Hardcore here I worry about this with my father.
  5. Teeya

    do you ever feel?

    I will look up house to house, but Portland were I live is a real graveyard when it comes to God and his works most ppl pass us up
  6. Teeya

    Needed Prayer

    My Ex-hubby is Driving me nuts please pray for me so that i don't explode and freak out on him thank you!
  7. Teeya

    do you ever feel?

    sad to say this is were I am heading be it now or later, I am having a hard time believing that God is still here and has not pulled away form us due to are wicked ways.
  8. Teeya

    do you ever feel?

    HAHAHAHAHAH MY Parents yea that will not work Because they are "saved" but shun everything of Christ at the same time it would be easier to talk about sex with my mother then Christ or the bible. now on to church I will try what you have suggested and talk to some of the Older members I am friends with one of them hopefully she'll have the time to talk to me and I would enjoy talking with you Or anyone for that matter about God and the bible.
  9. Teeya

    prayer for a friend

  10. Teeya

    do you ever feel?

    I have and it never stays long unless I am there to bug ppl into it i've even offered my home but nothing stays =_=
  11. Teeya

    should we fallow the OT Covenant

    then what of the OT is relevant to US as Christians?
  12. Teeya

    do you ever feel?

    and that is the reason I dont wannaleave BUT no one is willing to change and listen to God