All throughout my youth and adulthood I've been told by many church goers to follow their particular faith, now this is in regards to many differing churches and religious faiths, & we know them all very well today, just research up on 'world religions' in high school or college, what the heck just google it.
I was born and raised Roman Catholic, but I chose to steer in my own direction as the years blew by. Today I'm considered to be a spiritualist, or a believer in a higher being known as God & or the creator regardless of denomination (non-denomination), so that means I can experience any form of worship on the globe freely.
I believe that there's way to many faiths & too much pressure that's gone around throughout the centuries for supreme ownership of a single faith over them all. This is why I've never decided to practice any single religion in particular. I've studied them all in great depths and detail, so I have a worldly overview and complete knowledge of them all, and that's including the ancient ones that are very rarely practiced if any today.
I will not let go of my freedom of spiritual thought, and the global awareness & deeply founded respect I have for all religions of the world, for they all have contributed to the sum of & developments of our civilizations, and the world as a whole today. To say it wasn't so would literally be blasphemous itself. Just take a look at the world's cultures of today & you'll see this proof exists everywhere worldwide.
End result of me being a spiritualist is the fact that I am free to feel as I wish, and I need not refer to any particular text to do such a thing. I'm aware of God's presence, and I have established my very own personal relationship with such a creator. No one can take that from me, and it gives me joy to be able to live in such a way, without pressure of any form of persecution for what I believe in.