James Thomas wrote: Walls(Fence)(strongholds) come down one way only... Hebrews 11:30 (KJV) 30 By faith the walls of Jericho fell down, after they were compassed about seven days. Stone is a figure for judgment.
I forgot to add that Jesus is the stumbling stone. I see the imagery you are pointing out. Very beautiful how God's word is. Thanks for helping me out brother. When I get some time will post about the walls.
I saw that the subject Dave commented from Jim was about John Y's bad humor. The part you quoted Observer on was about Jim's comments on dispensationalism, where Jim only provides links and no substance. You can see the topic content in this part of the comment you quoted him on: "If you wish to discuss dispensationalism,". Nice trying to pit everyone on everyone Steve very divisive, bravo. This kind of comment is making this a very caustic environment.
MS wrote: Kev, I believe I posted this before but in case you missed it, Ken Wimer who broadcasts here on SA is another beneficial gospel preacher.I have been edified by his teaching, as he always exhalts the Lord Jesus Christ and humbles us worms in the dust.
Thank you MS I listened to a few of his sermons from last time you recommended him. He is very good and thank you for reminding me of him. I do like when preachers preach the beatitudes and bring man low before the Lord. I've been to some places and they have the beatitudes all misunderstood. They love lifting up man to tickle the congregations ears. I've seen some preach that Jesus will take away all the beatitudes and leave our life in this world fully content lol.
I should put a disclaimer I only brought up the beatitudes part remembering a teaching from awhile back that was wrong. Not so much that it had to do with the comment but from a preacher I did not agree with which lifted up man.
Once powerful Congressman Anthony Weiner not only lost his political power because of this sexual deviance, his wife just left him today. Amazing, he could have been the DNC candidate for President or VP one day if not for this addiction
Bill Clinton with all his affairs gets more respect
I will say Rodney K., at least your (and my comment) are tangentially related to Tim LaHaye. I suppose on a obit thread we should be talking about the man perhaps some of his bad points, besides his good ones--rather nothing than have comments that have nothing to do with him?
B. Warely wrote: Don't forget to mention Jim, That Dispensationalism is unbiblical - Whereas Covenantal Theology is Biblical. "A Simple & Easy-To-Understand Overview of Covenant Theology 1 of 3 - With Comments On Dispensationalism, Baptists, Baptism, etc." http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=12120811240 "Dispensationalism Refuted #1" http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?sid=6973
Albert N. Martin gives a good refutation of Dispensationalism as well:
Phillip Mezzapelle wrote: There's no denying that the food here is supurb!! And yes, a mediterranean diet besides being delicious, is also very healthy. Unfortunately, even a mediterranean diet can be ruined by excessivly high levels of pollution, pesticides and growth enhancing chemicals. One bit of advice that I would like to give to everyone is to only eat fruit and vegetables during their normal season. If you eat something out of season, you can be sure that it's loaded with chemicals.
Glad to see you post; wasn't sure if you were in or near the earthquake. I've not been to Italy, so I'm unfamiliar with the geography.
B. Warely wrote: John Not everybody is capable of doing a degree. God has not created a mankind which by nature is like that. Doing a degree - that is sitting at a desk for several years memorising theory of which much doesn't even contribute to the actual job, is mans invention. An unfair selection process which discriminates against the natural proclivities of the majority of mankind.
Unfortunately in order to have a job that pays good money one needs to have some kind of post secondary education whether that be a college degree or a certificate of completion from a vocational school.
Gay Allen wrote: a picture of target's bathroom by Jerry Stratton https://disqus.com/by/JerryStratton/ Hereâ€™s what I have so farâ€¦These business have specific policies that support people using the restroom/changing room of their choice, not birth genderâ€¦ Target Ross Marshallâ€™s TJ Maxx Paypal Deutsche Bank Barnes and Noble Starbucks Whole Foods Hudsonâ€™s Bay Saks Fifth Avenue Lord and Taylor Trump International Toys â€śRâ€ť Us Walgreens CVS? leave babylon, leave sodom and don't look back ...
if you do the research the list is bogus with the exception of Target, Ross, Starbucks, Saks Fifth Avenue and Barnes and Noble. The rest got included not because they have Target like policies but because they opposed the NC law. If you look at the list, which Gay Allen took from this website without giving proper credit
There's no denying that the food here is supurb!! And yes, a mediterranean diet besides being delicious, is also very healthy. Unfortunately, even a mediterranean diet can be ruined by excessivly high levels of pollution, pesticides and growth enhancing chemicals. One bit of advice that I would like to give to everyone is to only eat fruit and vegetables during their normal season. If you eat something out of season, you can be sure that it's loaded with chemicals.
I hope you will, by His grace, begin to see the continuity of Scripture and the Covenant of Grace soon, Jim.
"While defending himself before Agrippa, Paul testified that he was standing trial only because of his teaching concerning "the hope of the promise made by God to our fathers, to which our twelve tribes hope to attain as they earnestly serve God day and night, concerning which hope I am being accused by the Jews" (Acts 26:627). He then explained what he meant by Israelâ€™s hope by declaring that throughout his long missionary ministry of some thirty years he had never said anything "beyond what the prophets and Moses said would happenâ€”that the Messiah would suffer and, as the first to rise from the dead, would proclaim light to his own people and to the Gentiles" (Acts 26:22-23). From these verses it is clear that Paul believed that the Old Testament hope to which Moses and the prophets witnessed was the Messiahâ€™s death, resurrection, and saving ministrations, which "light" the Messiah himself would proclaim both directly and through his apostles to the Jewish people and to the Gentiles (see Eph. 2:17; 4:21)." (R.Reymond) https://www.monergism.com/five-arguments-unity-covenant-grace