That person: Aren’t you applying for a job?
ME: I have a job. I am a home tutor.
That person: That’s not a job. A job is a full time job.
ME: I don’t need a full time job.
That person: What are you planning for your life anyway?
ME: I want to be a full time minister. A part time job will finance my living expenses just enough
That person: Then why don’t you go to a Bible School.
ME: I just graduated from one of it.
That person: What school?
ME: Pioneer Service School provided by Jehovah’s Witnesses. It’s a 2-week Bible school program packed with intensive Bible research together with application in house-to-house ministry.
That person: No. What I meant is a formal Bible School.
ME: If you’re saying that you want me to attend such schools, then I’m just attending a secular school. It inclines more to human philosophy rather than the Bible. Plus it teaches trinity. It’ll be a school meant to believe lies. Not a Bible School at all. A Bible School should focus on the Bible itself, and how it explain itself. Not on human thinking.
That person: Have you done soul searching?
ME: Definitely. And the Bible already told me what I should do with my life, that is to serve God, Jehovah, with all of me.
That person: *smirks*
-end of conversation-
That person, by the way, is a pastor. My uncle btw.