Personally, I think religion should be reserved for churches/mosques, etc or behind the closed doors of your home. Legally, I'll have to deal with the freedom of(FROM) religion afforded by the constiution.
If you truly believe that the freedom of religion and freedom from religion (the latter of which is in no way, shape or form in the Constitution) are the same thing, perhaps you should spend a little less time arguing with people online about it and more time learning the difference between the two prepositions by consulting your dictionary.
Not good :/
Catholics know that interjection by the priest, and then it finishes, "For the kingdom, the power, and the glory are yours, now and forever, amen."
Then you get to the sign of peace, which is why you walked across the whole church to sit behind that pretty girl you've been watching...
"this day" I missed, an extra part we don't have. I tried sins in place of trespasses (perhaps also guilt, but knew that wouldnt work). Missed the "the's" .... and the power and the glory..
And before getting for ever and ever I tried eternity