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Sermon1/27/15 7:34 PM
B. McCausland | Northern Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by B. McCausland
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Study of Psalm 7
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“ Earnest Bible study ”
It was a blessing to watch this genuine and sincere servant preach.

Sermon1/27/15 7:27 PM
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Prioritizing Your Prayer Life
David McClelland
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“ Audio posting ”
The audio-only version of this sermon is created 24 hours after the video is uploaded. Check back tomorrow and it should be ready.

News Item1/27/15 7:20 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Frank wrote:
I tend to agree with you! In my state, the average cost for 1 month in a NH is around 6,000 dollars and that probably isn't a good one. Few can afford that, so Medicaid sort of kicks in after they take all of your personal assets. Smart folks transfer their funds to someone else and then take advantage of Medicaid. I paid taxes for years and I would have no moral dilemma doing that versus giving any money I might have to the government, instead of someone or something else.
In years back, it was the family that cared for their elderly, but now?
In NY you have to transfer funds either 5 or 7 years before entering a NH, (not sure which) or they still can legally go after it. NY is expert at squeezing the last nickel out of the people. It's called liberal compassion.

News Item1/27/15 7:13 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Just like Rick Perry, but at least Perry is a nominal Baptist, much better than an active Catholic
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From a practical political viewpoint, Mike of NY., I would agree with you.
I hope you missed the major effects of the blizzard? I see my favorite city wasn't going to be hit hard. Keep shining brightly Con Ed
If your talking NYC, maybe you can put in a request that it be moved to Nebraska. The rest of NY State has subsidized it long enough.

No blizzard here, a mere 3 inches. Further east a different story.


News Item1/27/15 7:05 PM
Thomas the Doubter | here and there  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
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John Y - logical and analytical thought should be applied to you, but that will never happen. Rofl

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Wayfairer pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfairer pilgrim
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Jesus commanded us to go a make disciples of all nations , Not , consumers . Go to any christian bookstore and the choices are enormous but not all edifying. Discernment is lacking in brand name American Christianity.
But where does one go if your denomination eliminated choirs in favor of praise teams. I can only stand for so long singing a 45 minute chorus of "Jesus is my boyfriend" without wanting to throw up. Worship leaders are you listening!

Sermon1/27/15 6:35 PM
H Hudson | Deerfield Beach, Florida  Protected NameFind all comments by H Hudson
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“ Strong Sermon! ”
This messages gives us a form of a scale to judge which side we are accepting and living -- is it strictly from the Scriptural side or is from the world/man's side. There is only the Holy Scriptures that give us the Truth, and we should not take any man-made additions to know Jesus Christ closer. If we do our daily reading of the Holy Bible, we will see what is Truth.

Sermon1/27/15 6:30 PM
Gloria Blair | Winnipeg MB,Canada  Find all comments by Gloria Blair
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Why false prophets are dangers
Brian Borgman
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“ Great Sermon! ”
What a fantastic message which we all need to heed and watch out for.

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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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s c wrote:
Klem and Frank,thank you both for your comments.Tragically,very true.
It's difficult to even try to make visits at the ones near me. They go out of their way to prevent anyone from trying to extend a hand to those gentle souls in their nursing homes. And,sadly,a lot of pastors have no interest in visiting unless it's to have a singing group "entertain" them for an hour.I'm sure that there must be a special place in hell for those who do not repent of having mistreated the weak and vulnerable.
Dear sister sc, hope all is going well for you in the frigid north.

having spent much time visiting shut-ins within nursing homes, I would have to say that groups that come out and "entertain" them with music (both sacred and secular) are well received and appreciated by the residents.


News Item1/27/15 6:03 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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B L wrote:
I am afraid I disagree with you on what the term "Doctrine" means. What you have expressed above is related more to worship and praise rather than doctrine.
# The Dictionary states.
"Doctrine" :-
1. a particular principle, position, or policy taught or advocated, as of a religion or government:
2. something that is taught; teachings collectively:
3. a body or system of teachings relating to a particular subject:
"the doctrine of the Catholic Church."
Thus Doctrine is the basis of Scripture teachings in relation to Christian religion. This forms the positions of various polemics on Bible exegesis.
B L
You might have skimmed over and missed:

Doctrine, what God reveals to us in Scripture about Himself, the
Universe He has made, about Angels, Satan, and Sin, and about the
costly perfect sacrificial work of Jesus Christ, the absolute necessity of
being born again of the Holy Spirit, about His absolute sovereignty in
every area of life, not just church, about His perfect justice to settle all
accounts either paid in full at the Cross or in hell forever is infinitely more
important than all the opinions, personal preferences and distortions of
Scripture into the sacred Traditions men have imagined for themselves


News Item1/27/15 5:38 PM
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Michael Hranek wrote:
In Defense Of Doctrine
"Doctrine, true Biblical Doctrine, shows us a God who is truly worthy of worship, and obedience, and adoration, and trust AND OF BEING THE FOREMOST LOVE of every man, woman, girl and boy who has ever lived or will in all of history. Doctrine, true Biblical Doctrine, shows us the surpassing beauty and almighty sufficiency of Christ. It shows us the true heinous nature of all sin and the wrath of God against it. True Biblical Doctrine shows us a Savior who loves righteousness and hates lawlessness. It shows us how only through Christ can sinners may be made right with God." (MH)

I am afraid I disagree with you on what the term "Doctrine" means. What you have expressed above is related more to worship and praise rather than doctrine.

# The Dictionary states.
"Doctrine" :-
1. a particular principle, position, or policy taught or advocated, as of a religion or government:
2. something that is taught; teachings collectively:
3. a body or system of teachings relating to a particular subject:
"the doctrine of the Catholic Church."

Thus Doctrine is the basis of Scripture teachings in relation to Christian religion. This forms the positions of various polemics on Bible exegesis.


Sermon1/27/15 5:03 PM
B. McCausland | Northern Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by B. McCausland
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Weeping because of apostasy Pt 1
Rev. Ivan Foster
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“ God ‘marks’ out weeping saints ”
Most pulpits today shy away from denouncing, proclaiming and setting out God’s demands. Instead they are full of biblical reasoning, dissertation, refined theological lingo, platitudes, clichés, or banal talk that passes for preaching, Meanwhile, some sigh and even weep at the merry-go-round, but rather shallow, worldly, and worthless Christianity such exercise endears. The weeping ones are often ignored or disregarded in contempt. However, what comfort it is to know God acknowledges them! I wonder how many are being marked in God’s eyes today when angels search out our streets for sighing saints.

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Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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Bengal Lancer wrote:
Now I wonder why you included the Biblical Doctrines of Grace in your post? I guess you are a Billy Graham fan!
The Five Pointers stick to the truth by the grace of God so political theatrics is best left to the four/three/two/one/none pointers and of course the Arminians???
BL
Since you mentioned 'doctrine' perhaps you might appreciate:

In Defense Of Doctrine

It is brief (4 parts) written for 4 weeks worth of church bulletin inserts


News Item1/27/15 4:07 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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Klem and Frank,thank you both for your comments.Tragically,very true.
It's difficult to even try to make visits at the ones near me. They go out of their way to prevent anyone from trying to extend a hand to those gentle souls in their nursing homes. And,sadly,a lot of pastors have no interest in visiting unless it's to have a singing group "entertain" them for an hour.I'm sure that there must be a special place in hell for those who do not repent of having mistreated the weak and vulnerable.

News Item1/27/15 4:01 PM
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Thank you,Jim,for the link.
What you say,Dolores, about things which anger us controlling us is true.I'm just not sure how you are making the application on this thread.
Please distinguish between being zealous for the truth and being angered.
Hopefully, you are not angry as there is no need to be unless it is for having been deceived. I know of a woman who works in a local store who was deceived for many years by one word faith preacher,specifically,the Copeland guy.
She did come out of that,which I thank the Lord for and I respect her very much for having the integrity to do that.I'm sure that we have all had to set aside some ideas which we found out countered the Word of God. I used to be duped by the holy days. We are all learning,hopefully.

Sermon1/27/15 3:46 PM
mickey | lake forest  Contact via emailFind all comments by mickey
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tried to listen to Henry Mahan and Scott Brown but the volume would not go loud enough to stand even 3 foot away. My sound works great on any other type of input but SermonAudio.

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s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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Well stated Augie! Please correct me if I'm in error but I don't recall reading of the disciples or Apostles dealing with a worship team. Is that even in the NT?
I do know that way too much emphasis is placed on the music and I would go so far as to suggest that most churches would not have a congregation if it wasn't for their band...sadly.
Hi, Dorcas! Ladybug has been doing a very fine job of presenting,comprehensively,the facts.
I'm beginning to think that those who do not have ears to hear may be RC themselves. Maybe that's why they choose to ignore the data so as to not have to face excommunication or have to face the fact that they have been contributing to such deception.

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jay_ms | Mississippi  Find all comments by jay_ms
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Thanks for this app, it has been a blessing.

I am having trouble on HTC One m7 GPE running android lollipop. After I am done using the player, the playback controls no longer show on the notification/lock screen (this is what I would expect). The problem is that at some random time later (usually within an hour) the playback controls shows back up in the notifications area and cannot be dismissed or hidden.

It seems to me it should behave more like the google music app which only shows in the notification while playing or paused, and if it is paused it can be dismissed.

Thanks, Jay


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Klem wrote:
"Few people are aware that a nursing home can take such a step. Guardianship cases are difficult to gain access to and poorly tracked by New York State courts"
I see the 19th century "Work House" idea is in America too. In the UK they do the same thing rob the elderly patients of their income, pensions and savings to pay for lousy food and sitting waiting to die in a TV room. But we live over here in a bureaucracy not a democracy.
Getting old is penalised by the bureaucracy into a money making scheme and old age becomes a death sentence by slow incarceration in inadequately run profit focused work houses.
What a civilised way to treat people who made the mistake of getting old.
I tend to agree with you! In my state, the average cost for 1 month in a NH is around 6,000 dollars and that probably isn't a good one. Few can afford that, so Medicaid sort of kicks in after they take all of your personal assets. Smart folks transfer their funds to someone else and then take advantage of Medicaid. I paid taxes for years and I would have no moral dilemma doing that versus giving any money I might have to the government, instead of someone or something else.

In years back, it was the family that cared for their elderly, but now?


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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"What if," you might consider this? WATCH: Saudi Imam says Charlie Hebdo attack is only language Jews and Christians understand. Actually the portrayal of Muhammad seem tame at least on the front cover of "Charlie Hebdo," I would suggest you look at the article, Charlie Hebdo was Attacked by Islam, Not Islamism. I'm sure Muslims weren't force to buy this magazine, so they weren't force to look at it.

I would suggest that you remember,

Emperor Manual II Paleologos of the Byzantine Empire wrote:
Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.
and this truth upset many Muhammadans as well when it was pointed out by His Unholiness Benedict 16.
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