Alcoholics go to bars, whoremongers sell themselves and unrepentant sins are still going to hell , even if they go to a white, liberal enclave of paganism of debachery known as the ecumenical temple of stupid.
‚ÄúIf there is anything I can tell Americans it is that your fellow brothers and sisters are suffering, they are desperate for help,‚ÄĚ he said. ‚ÄúAnd it is not just a matter of praying for peace. They need a lot ‚Äď food, resources, clothes, everything. They need everything.‚ÄĚ
For decades, Christians endured persecution in Iraq by hardline extremists as infidel ‚Äúpeople of the book‚ÄĚ ‚Äď but their fate became significantly more dire in 2014 after ISIS overran Mosul and the many ancient Christian villages surrounding the city. Thousands of families overnight were forced to flee their home, and while some have sought refuge in the northern Kurdish region, many have left the country altogether. -/ Bush/Obama fruit- Thirty years ago, there were approximately 1.4 million Christians in Iraq. #s dwindled to around 1 million after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003, & a year ago it was estimated that there were less than 250,000 left. Numbers have continued to decline as families flee, and today even approximate figures are difficult to obtain. -- He means "countable"(non-covert)churches of earlier days-previous statements included future "underground " cells of Christians (as in Saudi Arabia) surviving but contrasting to previous ability to openly proclaim their faith without slaughter.
Good sign u may be on right track when Devils oppose your stand. Feinstein drew on abortion for her criticism ‚ÄĒ saying that she will oppose Gorsuch because he believes ‚Äúthe intentional taking of a human life by private persons is always wrong.‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúPresident Trump repeatedly promised that his judicial nominees would be pro-life, and automatically overturn Roe v. Wade,‚ÄĚ she said. ‚ÄúJudge Gorsuch has not had occasion to rule directly on a case involving Roe. However, his writings do raise questions. Specifically, he wrote that he believes there are no exceptions to the principle that ‚Äėthe intentional taking of a human life by private persons is always wrong.‚Äô This language has been interpreted by both pro-life and pro-choice organizations to mean he would overturn Roe.‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúPresident Trump repeatedly promised to appoint someone in the mold of Justice Scalia and said that the nomination of Judge Gorsuch illustrates he‚Äôs a man of his word,‚ÄĚ said Feinstein. ‚ÄúThe Supreme Court has the final say on whether a woman will continue to have control over her own body or whether decisions about her healthcare will be determined by politicians and the government.‚ÄĚ Feinstein described 21-week abortion as the kind of abortion at stake if Gorsuch is confirmed. UNFeinFrankenStein pro baby slaughter
Allie wrote: I have said what you said in a previous post that they own the site and can regulate it. We agree on that. When I say its evil I don't mean it as if it in and of itself is evil like an object has the capacity for evil. It's an expression that we use in the english language. FB censors scripture cause it is against it which is evil cause they
Thanks for the clarification. I was under the impression that you were saying to use the site or to be on it was evil. Sorry about the misunderstanding.
Unprofitable Servant wrote: Tell that to the overseas missionary who keeps those who are praying for his ministry informed through FB. Tell that the parent whose children and grandchildren are hundreds of miles away and they communicate with their loved ones and get to see their milestones that they aren't able to be there for. Tell that to the churches who use it as a ministry tool to the lost and their congregation. Tell that to those who use it for go fund me accounts to pay for their medical bills for cancer. Tell that to those who, like Paul Washer, have used it communicate urgent prayer request. It is just a website run by a bunch of liberals. It is a communication tool and it can be used for good or evil purposes. There is no privacy there and they can censor anyone they wish, it is their website and they don't charge its users. Evil, the Bible reminds us, comes from within the heart of man.
I have said what you said in a previous post that they own the site and can regulate it. We agree on that. When I say its evil I don't mean it as if it in and of itself is evil like an object has the capacity for evil. It's an expression that we use in the english language. FB censors scripture cause it is against it which is evil cause they
In the UK there seems to be ‚Äėonly‚Äô the liberal bias media/BBC politically correct view of ‚ÄėIslam‚Äô.
Interestingly there is a far different view from those who actually live with Islam on a daily basis in London and surrounding towns. There is man called Tommy Robinson, an unconverted man, whose early life was football hooliganism and then leader of the EDL (English Defence League). Robinson would represent the feelings of a big slice of lower working class people in inner cities who experience Islam. Having renounced his connection with EDL he has read and studied Islam and warns about the dangers.
He speaks a lot more sense than the British media. Pray for him that the Lord might convert him and use him to bring the Gospel truth to working class people including muslims. Watch this video and see what he says about those who live in the leafy suburbs and have no idea. What about our churches in the same leafy suburbs? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G54TKESUoLU&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop
It is interesting that some working class folk labelled ‚Äėfar right‚Äô have more idea than many Christians of what is going on, hence watch the video and see if you agree. Worth watching.
Good information/tracts for muslims http://www.word-of-hope.net/
Re sending an award, after it was announced is worthy of a lawsuit. I mean, if this wasn't wrapped up in " Christian speak", a case could be made for libel. And since PCUSA. Is a representation of the secular church of paganism, I would grant that a lawsuit is appropriate in this case.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Tell me, John Y., if the Pope above is what you said then does that mean he not responsible for his actions? He's sinless in other words. He is entirely responsible for what he says or does.
Just because Francis is sick and demented does not mean he is not responsible for his actions. Those who are sick and demented are most certainly responsible for their actions.
@John-UK You won't be disappointed. This man speaks out of the "good treasure of his heart" and is well-versed in God's Word. Pastor Picket uses no notes . . no script, looking to God to help him and the Holy Spirit to give him utterance.
He preaches solely from the text, comparing "spiritual with spiritual" and you will quickly discern that he has given himself over to much prayerful study and meditation in preparation. He looks wholly and exclusively to the Lord to add the increase to his labours.
He is a faithful shepherd of the flock over which Christ, the Great Shepherd has entrusted him. Heb. 13:17; 1 Pet. 5:3 On that account, I esteem him very highly in love for his work's sake. 1 Thess. 5:13
Pastor Pickett is cut from the cloth of his Master and feeds his flock with gospel truth, seeking only the welfare and well-being of the souls over which he so carefully and diligently watches.
He is a tender, warm-hearted and compassionate man who himself has suffered many afflictions of the body (heart / cancer) and knows by experience what it is to be sorely tried and tempted.
He is an answer to heartfelt prayer . .
‚ÄúAnd I will give you pastors according to mine heart, which shall feed you with knowledge and understanding.‚ÄĚ - Jeremiah 3:15
Great Sermon! Thank you, brother Bill, for this great message. We do love your ministry and thank the Lord for you.
My husband has always lacked assurance but this message has been the means of helping him so much.
We love your clear teaching.
Love in Christ, English Rose and George