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Sermon 7. The Christian Worldview of Sexuality | Rev. Mark Kelderman
NicoBrits from Saskatoon Canada
"Best sermon I have ever heard explaining the biblical view of sexuality."
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Sermon El temor que echa fuera todo temor | Sugel Michelen
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Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
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From the moment of conception it's murder

Sermon3/25/17 8:57 PM
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Best sermon I have ever heard explaining the biblical view of sexuality.

Sermon3/25/17 8:11 PM
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Dios siga manifestando por siempre su gracia y misericordia siempre en su persona para seguir expandiendo el reino de nuestro Salvador. Dios le guarde inmesurablemente!

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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Pope Who am I to Judge Francis has no problem judging American immigration policy, even to criticizing the possible wall build. Interesting when you consider the wall around Vatican city. Papal apologists say it's not the same, it was built in the 9th century. Like when it was built matters? They won't say why it hasn't been taken down.

Sermon3/25/17 7:14 PM
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This encompasses the human condition. Catholic, Protestant, judiasm or anything. This is not necessarily a "Church" problem but a human problem. Ever since the beginning it's in man to run from his sins.No denomination will ever change that. What we have today is Matthew 7:13-14 playing itself out in real time. As it has in all generations. We are not special. Thoughtful discussion. Thank you.

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A fool would take Paul washer as not being born again.
He would have to be the most passionate God fearing man I know.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Well, I.E., isn't going to turn over the vote on queer marriage. Since he's a replacement for Justice Scalia, that still wouldn't make enough votes for it. I'm not even sure if Justice Scalia if he had some new members around him, would try to overturn it. Catholics are not all that hostile to queer marriages. I seriously doubt if it episcopalians are either.

Justice Scalia wrote:
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of gay marriage shows just how much trouble American democracy is in.
In a strongly worded dissent , the conservative justice wrote that he did not care that gay marriage was now legal, but he said that the court's ability to make this decision represented a threat to democracy.
--http://tinyurl.com/lu6ugcs (The Supreme Court is a 'threat to American democracy')[URL]

News Item3/25/17 5:03 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Well, I.E., isn't going to turn over the vote on queer marriage. Since he's a replacement for Justice Scalia, that still wouldn't make enough votes for it. I'm not even sure if Justice Scalia if he had some new members around him, would try to overturn it. Catholics are not all that hostile to queer marriages. I seriously doubt if it episcopalians are either.

Justice Scalia wrote:
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of gay marriage shows just how much trouble American democracy is in.
In a strongly worded dissent , the conservative justice wrote that he did not care that gay marriage was now legal, but he said that the court's ability to make this decision represented a threat to democracy.
--http://tinyurl.com/lu6ugcs (The Supreme Court is a 'threat to American democracy')[URL]

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Ignominious Emirakan | Noyed2  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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It is a telling”and alarming”sign that following September 11, 2001 the two failed terror attacks involved people who were drawn to Islam while serving time in prisons.

Jose Padilla, now known as Abdullah al-Muhajir, the man accused of plotting to build a “dirty bomb,” had been in and out of America’s prison system, where he was influenced by Islamic inmates. Richard Reid, the failed “shoe bomber,” was converted to Islam in a British prison by a radical imam”one who was later suspended by British authorities for “inappropriate conduct

Chuck Colson warned about this for decades

https://www.firstthings.com/article/2002/11/terrorists-behind-bars

both Padilla and Reid were influenced in prison did not surprise me. I have visited over six hundred prisons the world over; in most I’ve encountered Muslims. The majority are peace-loving men who were drawn to the brotherhood and who cared only about following Islamic worship and dietary laws. But I’ve also seen thousands of angry inmates smoldering to “get even” with the society that put them behind bars. It’s these men radical Islam has in its conversion crosshairs”and it’s these men we need to worry about.

A visit I made to the Michigan City State Penitentiary in Indiana a few years ago illustrates why...."


News Item3/25/17 4:29 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | Walls  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Society/politics? Better for future of Christianity, New York Times bestselling author &American Conservative columnist Rod Dreher calls on American Christians to prepare for the coming Dark Age by embracing a more ancient Christian way of life.

From the inside, American churches are hollowed out by the departure of young people and by an insipid pseudo–Christianity. From the outside, they are beset by challenges to religious liberty in a rapidly secularizing culture. Keeping Hillary Clinton out of the White House might have bought a brief reprieve from the state’s assault, but it will not stop the West’s slide into decadence and dissolution.

Rod Dreher argues that the way forward is actu­ally the way back—all the way to St. Benedict of Nur­sia. This sixth-century monk, horrified by the moral chaos following Rome’s fall, retreated to the forest and created a new way of life for Christians. He built enduring Christian communities based on principles of order, hospitality, stability, and prayer. His spiritual centers of hope were strongholds of light throughout the Dark Ages&saved not just Christianity but Western civilization

Book TV on CSpan today reviews his best seller.
Kevin Swanson on SA recently mentioned this type of adjustment to collapse of the west.


News Item3/25/17 4:19 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | FlewOver  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Francis’s words accepting devilish lies could not have been more different from those of Benedict XVI, who in 2005 wrote that homosexuality was “a strong tendency ordered toward an intrinsic moral evil,” and an “objective disorder.” The church document said men with “deep-seated homosexual tendencies” should not become priests.

This current devil not only drops Italian to use the lying word in English meaning " happy & lighthearted" to describe sodomites- "Francis the talking pope " said of sodomites "Who am I to judge," going even further in his comments on homosexual Catholics, Pope Francis bizarrely said, "It is not possible to interfere spiritually in the life of a person."

- Then from his 2013 unloving and apathetic, "Who am I to judge?" about homosexuals and his, "It is not possible to interfere", in a 2016 "apostolic exhortation" Francis urged greater acceptance of homosexuals no less-this Pope has catastrophically failed to learn the proper lesson of the priest molestation scandal which devastated thousands of families in the years following the "acceptance" of pervs in RCC seminaries

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2013/07/30/world/europe/pope-francis-gay-priests.html?referer=

Cast the lying Devils out of the dude
A talking mule


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Very interesting, Mike. I haven't agreed that often with liberals , any more than I have with conservatives. Unfortunately those terms have been redefined to left wing nuts and right-wing nuts.

Antonin Scalia was a strict constitutionalist , and if you read my first message on this thread you know at least he doesn't think the Constitution applies to abortion. I don't know what his stance was on queer marriages?

Now, I'm not a big fan of adding amendments to the US Constitution , but in this case it would look like it would have to be done. Well course evangelicals could be doing what they are supposed to be doing, evangelizing not spending all their time in politics. This of course if they really want to improve society.

John MacArthur wrote:
.... A certain amount of healthy and balanced concern with current trends in government and the community is acceptable, as long as we realize that that interest is not vital to our spiritual growth, our righteous testimony, or the advancement of the kingdom of Christ. Above all, the believer’s political involvement should never displace the priority of preaching and teaching the gospel.
excerpt from,http://tinyurl.com/habzqpz (The Gospel and Politics)

News Item3/25/17 3:47 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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John MacArthur wrote:
Jesus cast out demons by authority. Jesus passed that same authority onto His Apostles. The Apostles could cast out demons authoritatively with a word. And they were gone. Now I believe that that is one of the apostolic gifts. I do not believe that such a gift exists today. I believe they had this gift for the purpose of confirming the Word. And I'm making mention of that here because we're not going to get to it until the second part of our message. And I don't want you to be left dangling on that.

I don't believe that that apostolic gift exists today....

So the Apostles had a unique power. Now listen. Prior to the time of Christ, all during the Old Testament, right up to the cross, demons still existed. And demons still would end well people. You say, well how did they get rid of them then? I think that's the answer that Jesus gave in our passage which we read in Matthew 17. He said, "These come out but not by" what? "Prayer and fasting."

--http://tinyurl.com/m7yxy88   (Exorcism: True or False? Part 1) and http://tinyurl.com/lnkede6   (Exorcism: True or False? Part 2)

News Item3/25/17 3:40 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
I already pointed out in another thread,
---http://tinyurl.com/mula35k (What Judge Gorsuch (and the rest of us) can expect at his confirmation hearing (+video )
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From the link:
"But Senate Democrats cool to Neil Gorsuch hope to turn the hearings into as much a trial of President Trump’s respect for the judiciary and legal process as a challenge of Mr. Gorsuch’s conservative record on both the 10th US Circuit Court of Appeals and as a high-ranking official in the George W. Bush Justice Department."

What Dianne Feinstein said at the hearing:
"I firmly believe that our American Constitution is a living document, intended to evolve as our country evolves,” Feinstein said. “So, I am concerned when I hear that Judge Gorsuch is an ‘originalist’ and ‘strict constructionist.’”

I imagine any good Democrat detests the Constitution similarly.

A different link:

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/g-file/446081/living-constitution-dianne-feinstein-neil-gorsuch-attack


News Item3/25/17 2:41 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Daniel Pipes as several good articles on the problem of Muslim converts.
Daniel Pipes wrote:
Islamist terror organizations particularly prize converts. They know the local culture and blend in. They cannot be deported. They can hide their religious affiliation by avoiding mosques, lying low, even drinking alcohol and taking drugs to maintain their cover. One guide counsels would-be suicide bombers going to Iraq to "wear jeans, eat doughnuts, and always carry your Walkman."

The growing prominence of converts to terrorism means that such counterterrorism tools as looking for Muslim names or excluding potential terrorists at the border do not suffice. Instead, it is now also critical to know exactly who converts to Islam and to watch converts to see which of them are radicalized.

---http://tinyurl.com/l8a862o (Converts to Terrorism).

Prisons are a fertile ground for converting people to Islamist terrorists. I wonder how seriously the British are taking note of that? : annoyed:


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I already pointed out in another thread,

Ben Rosen wrote:
Senate Democrats cool to Neil Gorsuch hope to turn the hearings into as much a trial of President Trump’s respect for the judiciary and legal process as a challenge of Mr. Gorsuch’s conservative record on both the 10th US Circuit Court of Appeals and as a high-ranking official in the George W. Bush Justice Department....

... there will be an effort to paint Gorsuch as a staunch conservative friendly to big business....

---http://tinyurl.com/mula35k (What Judge Gorsuch (and the rest of us) can expect at his confirmation hearing (+video )

You want to get rid of abortion legally? Add an amendment to the United States Constitution!

But!

John MacArthur wrote:
Christians have founded a number of evangelical activist organizations and sunk millions of dollars into them in an effort to use the apparatus of politics...to counteract the moral decline of American culture....

But is that a proper perspective? I believe not. America’s moral decline is a spiritual problem, not a political one, and its solution is the gospel, not partisan politics.

-http://tinyurl.com/habzqpz (The Gosp

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"MOTHER and Son becoming FATHER and DAUGHTER"
Fox News, Mar. 15 2017: “A transgender dad and daughter from Detroit are revealing their incredible journeys as they transition from mom and son. Corey Maison, 15, first told her parents she identified as a girl four years ago, but it was not until last year she learned that her mother also struggled with her gender identity. The pair are now leaning on each other as they transition together. The teen has chronicled their transitions on her Instagram account, and the two sat down for an interview with Australia’s ‘60 Minutes’ to talk about the experience. ‘I wanted to make my parents proud of who I am, but I thought that they would not like me,’ Corey said about coming out as transgender. Eric Maison, who used to go by Erica, said that he was emboldened by his daughter’s decision. He wrestled with different emotions while deciding whether to transition. ‘The first feeling was relief, the second was terror,’ he said. ‘Fear for what my future would hold, fear for how my family and children would, fear for what the rest of my life was going to look like.’ ... Eric said he plans to stay together with his husband, Les, who supports his transition.”

Insane and down the drain
Reprobate minds - if you are normal you are weird.


Sermon3/25/17 11:38 AM
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Murder with the Tongue
Sam Powell
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So amazingly healing. Thank you

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Ignominious Emirakan | Monkeyshines  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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AP Edition = APE. APE news.
Not just fake
But diminished to simian simpletons.

2Pet2:12 But these,
as natural brute beasts,
made to be taken and destroyed,
speak evil of the things that they understand not;
and shall utterly perish in their own corruption;

Jude 1:10

But these speak evil of those things which they know not: but what they know naturally,
as brute beasts,
in those things they corrupt themselves.


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Problem of reality for many judges. They have no LAWFUL authority to declare a pre-born child is not a person in the first place, nor to defend the lunatic notion.
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