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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
Yes, and I just noted you think that when I post to you in a very pleasant way, that I am actually guilty of gossiping. On the contrary, I was simply trying to show you appreciation as an encouragment and besides, I didn't think I could add anything to what you said regarding John Y. One of my motives on this forum is to encourage; perhaps you might ponder your motives.
Or perhaps the word gossip doesn't equate to the same thing as here in the U.S.
Well Frank, my dear bro, if there are three men in a room: A, B, and C. It is hardly kosher for A and B to talk with each other about C, while he's sitting there feeling ostracised and patronised. But hey, Johnny Yurich calleth thee and wishest thy response. So I leave that to thee.

News Item3/4/15 2:08 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I knew nothing of his background, while I doubt that if I did that would have made much difference considering the quality of the quote looked good when I saw it.

In the case of Mr. Walker I think he'll tell God what His decision should be.

A quote from another Catholic about the most famous of --Catholic-- politicians The Pope.

"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." ---Lord Acton Something of thinking man's Catholic. I'm sure that applies to politicians of whatever label.

So, no, I use quotes that are appropriate such as this one B Thomas Edison, who was a deist (He must have been talking about Republican voters. )

“Five percent of the people think;
ten percent of the people think they think;
and the other eighty-five percent would rather die than think.” ---Thomas Edison


News Item3/4/15 1:58 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Oh, and back to that great Islamic fighter, Franklin Graham, and I do wish he was a good of fighter for spreading the Gospel.
You state that Franklin Graham and his father don't spread the Gospel message? Well in every Crusade Graham's Father and Graham have preached the biblical doctrine of salvation that salvation comes only through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation.

Dorcas, Just because the Catholic Church teaches the doctrine of Transubstantiation does not mean the Catholic Church does not worship the biblical and historical Jesus. If the Apostles and Nicene Creeds(Which are the Statement of Faith of the Catholic Church states "We believe in one Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God" then that means the Catholic Church worships the biblical and historical Jesus as it is the biblical and historical Jesus being referenced in the Apostles and Nicene Creeds.

Frank, I am not disputing those other scriptures but they are not required for salvation and entering Heaven upon ones demise. The only requirement the Bible gives for salvation is to trust in Jesus alone for salvation. Sure repentance has to be done but that happens when one starts to trust in Jesus alone for salvation.


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John UK wrote:
Thank you brother, I'm glad you saw my point.
Yes, and I just noted you think that when I post to you in a very pleasant way, that I am actually guilty of gossiping. On the contrary, I was simply trying to show you appreciation as an encouragment and besides, I didn't think I could add anything to what you said regarding John Y. One of my motives on this forum is to encourage; perhaps you might ponder your motives. Remember there is nothing wrong with trying to encourage the brethren.

Or perhaps the word gossip doesn't equate to the same thing as here in the U.S.


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
I don't have an ignore list. In fact, if you look through my posts, you will see them for JohnY, SteveR and even you. What I don't normally do is get into a back and forth exchange with someone who I think are simply trolls. You recommended to me way back when that it is sometimes necessary to respond even to those I thought were heretics and I took your advice.
Thank you brother, I'm glad you saw my point.

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John UK wrote:
Dear bro, I do wish you'd get rid of your ignore list, and talk with these people who need Jesus Christ, instead of gossiping about them in front of their very eyes. But bro, if you really want to ignore certain ones, please do so wholeheartedly rather than halfheartedly.
Just sayin' bro, and fellow pilgrim.
I don't have an ignore list. In fact, if you look through my posts, you will see them for JohnY, SteveR and even you. What I don't normally do is get into a back and forth exchange with someone who I think are simply trolls. You recommended to me way back when that it is sometimes necessary to respond even to those I thought were heretics and I took your advice.

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
Good comment regarding John Y. What he does is take a verse IN CONTEXT, but he then divorces that verse from other comments that pertain to the same truth. So, he rightfully finds a verse that says if we believe on the Jesus as Savior, we are saved, but then he doesn’t look at other scriptures that touch on the same issue; like repentance, coming out from among them, being born again from above, confessing Jesus as Lord, etc. It would be like saying since David was a man after God’s heart, then God doesn’t mind adultery and murder. If he isn’t a troll, then he is only fooling himself. He has the same mindset as any of the cults that are out there. They manipulate scripture until it suits their carnal needs.
Dear bro, I do wish you'd get rid of your ignore list, and talk with these people who need Jesus Christ, instead of gossiping about them in front of their very eyes. But bro, if you really want to ignore certain ones, please do so wholeheartedly rather than halfheartedly.

Just sayin' bro, and fellow pilgrim.


Sermon3/4/15 1:18 PM
Nabil Collins | Ghana  Find all comments by Nabil Collins
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Sermon3/4/15 1:08 PM
Eibret | Belfast  Find all comments by Eibret
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Thank you for this message. I was very confused about this topic, it helped me discover what God says on this issue.

News Item3/4/15 11:36 AM
pennnelope  Find all comments by pennnelope
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people would rather berate the messenger than deal with the message. strangely, I see this as God's judgment already on the church. they care not about their own persecution, like the turtle with the chicken bone. their society crumbles to islm while they enter into the battles of the 17th C reformers. no doubt the world leaders behind the scenes maneuvering all these persecutions include Vatican influence, but this generation simply doesn't want to address the cross given to them.

Was listening to trunews and he had pastor youseff, dr. Lutzer and others with sobering information regarding the concepts of jihad and how Christians can confidently proclaim Christ in the midst of it. would love to hear from others that are awake to what is happening before our very eyes.


News Item3/4/15 11:27 AM
Michael Hancock | Australia  Find all comments by Michael Hancock
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No worries. I usually post under this name but was giving MichaelH a try. Even still, our names are similar at a first glance!

Australia is a nice country. I like living here but it can be an environmental challenge in some parts. If it isn't on fire, it's flooding (not near me though as I live in the suburbs and not the outer country area).


News Item3/4/15 11:26 AM
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John UK wrote:
Tear yourself away man, and give up all things of self, that Christ may be all in all. The Lord Jesus tells you to receive him as Lord and Saviour, but you only want the Saviour part, you have no intention of repenting.
If you were indwelt by the Spirit, you would need no advice from folks here, it would be YOU telling us how evil is the Roman Catholic Organisation.
You're not fooling anyone here with your nonsense.
Good comment regarding John Y. What he does is take a verse IN CONTEXT, but he then divorces that verse from other comments that pertain to the same truth. So, he rightfully finds a verse that says if we believe on the Jesus as Savior, we are saved, but then he doesn’t look at other scriptures that touch on the same issue; like repentance, coming out from among them, being born again from above, confessing Jesus as Lord, etc. It would be like saying since David was a man after God’s heart, then God doesn’t mind adultery and murder. If he isn’t a troll, then he is only fooling himself. He has the same mindset as any of the cults that are out there. They manipulate scripture until it suits their carnal needs.

News Item3/4/15 11:20 AM
Does not make sense  Find all comments by Does not make sense
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Advice for politicians?
Thomas Merton, O.C.S.O. (January 31, 1915 – December 10, 1968) was an American Catholic writer and mystic. A Trappist monk of the Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky, he was a poet, social activist, and student of comparative religion. In 1949, he was ordained to the priesthood and given the name Father Louis. 6] Merton was a keen proponent of interfaith understanding. He pioneered dialogue with prominent Asian spiritual figures, including the Dalai Lama, the Japanese writer D.T. Suzuki, the Thai Buddhist monk Buddhadasa, and the Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh, and authored books on Zen Buddhism and Taoism. (Wikipedia)

Seems a little inconsistent to rightfully expose Franklin Graham and then turn around and quote Thomas Merton.


News Item3/4/15 11:11 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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MichaelH wrote:
I'm amazed at the hate towards things on the internet.
MichaelH
Just a hello as I could not help but noticing your name, and because sometimes when I am "out" I post as Michael H which is real close to what you used

I will try to make it clear 'it is me' when posting so you don't get blamed for something I write ... maybe those reading will notice Australia, never been there and might not in this lifetime.


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L G Martens  Find all comments by L G Martens
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Graham &co, the Roman Arminians and the RCC are dealing with an unnatural and artificial man when they provide him with the ability to choose Christ of his own volition.

They do not understand nor receive the Bible teaching of Total Depravity and the power of sin over mortals.
Dead sinners cannot spiritually discern.

1Cor 2:14
"But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned."
Eph 2:5 "Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved)"

The Synod of Dordt taught;
First Head of Doctrine;
Art One;
"As all men have sinned in Adam, lie under the curse, and are deserving of eternal death, God would have done no injustice by leaving them all to perish, and delivering them over to condemnation on account of sin, according to the words of the apostle, Romans 3:19,"that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God." And verse 23:"for all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God." And Romans 6:23:"for the wages of sin is death."


News Item3/4/15 11:03 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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Silofolous wrote:
Michael H, do you disagree with the quote? If so, what is the basis of your disagreement? If not, why judge him for bringing up a quote that you yourself agree with?
Silofolous
It is not a bad quote, and ought to humble us that even a Catholic mystic can observe things like this

Yet, Jim Lincoln who is .... let me use the word "opinionated" puzzled me using Merton as a reference, as he has repeated posted objections to the RCC (something I believe all born again children of God ought to do because of the serious damning error/heresies in the RCC)

Not judging but commenting, knowing there are temptation and seductions (figure of speach) out of the pit of hell to mislead people, especially if it can be a weak/ignorant too tenderhearted child of God into ecumenism, the RCC, the modern day interfaith movement we ought to use disclaimers when we reference non-Christain sources (unless of course they are obviously known as non-Christian)

So what advice would you give politicians? Voters? the child of God in the times we are in?


Sermon3/4/15 11:03 AM
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Fight Now and Rest Later
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MichaelH | Australia  Find all comments by MichaelH
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I'm amazed at the hate towards things on the internet.

I use Facebook, in a limited capacity of course. I don't spend hours on it, I just scan down my list and see if there is anything interesting on it and close it again. I don't play games, I don't add random people I don't know and most things I've blocked anyway. I'm one of those people that don't add you unless I want to.

I also don't post anything up that I don't want others to see. So that means barely ever.

Internet Banking isn't as insecure as some people thing it is either. I work in the IT sector, and while I don't have a problem with internet banking, I'm also cautious. I never open emails that claim to be a bank. I never send credit card information over clear text in emails. It is common sense really. If you check your bank account daily as I have to then you know when something is awry. Also, change your passwords frequently.

As for viruses, don't download stuff you don't know. Be careful what you open. Most viruses come from illegal software and porn sites!

As for the actual article -- I believe there is such thing as internet addiction and many facebook users suffer from that as well.


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Sodom and Gomorrah is more firmly established today. The more we see that Satan and his followers become more established in our society the closer we get to the end.

Proverbs 29:16 When the wicked are multiplied, transgression increaseth: but the righteous shall see their fall.


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