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In Daniel chapter 6, Daniel is thrown into the lion's den.  Do you remember why?  Because he was praying and giving thanks to God three times a day instead of bowing down and petitioning the king.  Basically, the answer to one question--"to whom are you praying?" was all it took to condemn him.  In our day, there was a widow in Pakistan who needed a job.  She applied to a shop owner.  During her job interview, she was asked one question about her religion.  Her answer led to charges of blasphemy.  In North America, we aren't asked many life-threatening questions, but if it were to happen, what would be your answer?

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