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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Christopher000 wrote:
I guess what concerns me is that as a born again Christian, and knowing what the mass itself is about and represents, I just couldn't sit there and not feel convicted and repulsed. We are who we align ourselves with. To be a born again Christian yet call myself a Roman Catholic; knowing that their doctrines and rituals are fully anti biblical and anti God, well, I would just never be able to reconcile that in my mind. To embrace Christ is to love Him and do as He commands, and He commands us to have no.fellowship with darkness. Anti biblical traditions, a man claiming to be Christ on earth, doctrines that contradict God's own Word, and rituals that defy Christ and pay homage to a queen of Heaven are darkness.
I feel convicted and repulsed when I hear the parts of the Mass that mention the Mass being a sacrifice and the intercession of the Virgin Mary and the Saints. But I just don't pay attention to those parts of the Mass. I only participate in the scriptural parts of the Mass. And thus if I refrain from participating in the unscriptural parts to the Mass and only participate in the scriptural parts to the Mass then I am not having fellowship with darkness.

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SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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John Yurich USA wrote:
By stating that being a Christian hinges on one leaving the Catholic Church in addition to embracing Jesus as ones Savior then you are in essence adding another requirement onto salvation.
Bingo

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Lurker wrote:
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One thing I will give you, Steve. You never cease to amaze.
Bro, that's why he's in an institution for the mentally challenged Clearly the therapy ain't working!
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One of the first Anabaptist leaders, Felix Manz, was drowned in Zürich in 1527, and persecution eliminated other Anabaptist leaders, most of them educated and moderate men, over the next decade. Less temperate spirits came to the fore, sustaining their courage by setting dates for the speedy coming of the Lord. One band of Anabaptists filled with apocalyptic zeal and led by John of Leiden, gained control of the town of Münster in Westphalia in 1534. Contrary to the pacifist tenets of their fellows, they seized the sword and, in accord with Old Testament practice, they restored polygamy. The town was captured by an army of Catholics and Lutherans who executed the leaders and publicly exhibited their bodies in iron cages hung from the tower of St. Lambert’s Church.

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My, what a threat the peaceful tenets of the Anabaptists were to the Reformers and Romanists! Not surprising that their severe persecution brought to the fore "less temperate spirits' who adopted the persecutors OT justification to turn on them.


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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Millions of Catholics have become ex-Catholics, because they have come to realize that the Romish Church is a false church, a Catholic who becomes a Christian will Come Out Of The Catholic Church. He is not being a Christian by remaining in it.
By stating that being a Christian hinges on one leaving the Catholic Church in addition to embracing Jesus as ones Savior then you are in essence adding another requirement onto salvation. The Bible makes it crystal clear that there is only one requirement for salvation and that is to trust in Jesus alone for salvation by embracing Him as ones Savior. The Bible does not state anywhere that church attendance/membership in any church including Evangelical Protestant Churches is required for salvation.

News Item8/31/14 5:46 PM
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SteveR wrote:
In Hebrew Amaris means 'Gods Promise'
The suffix 'ica' in Spanish means Mountain
America means Gods promised mountain
You have been beguiled by an intentional counterfeit, and very content with your path. How sad for you
Spanish? My goodness! I could make a compelling case that the moon is made of blue cheese using your methods.

So David was speaking of the USA when he penned Psalm 132:13-14? Too bad for all the Christians scattered all over the world. They'll have to come to America to enter God's eternal rest.

One thing I will give you, Steve. You never cease to amaze.


Sermon8/31/14 5:38 PM
H Hudson | Deerfield Beach, Florida  Protected NameFind all comments by H Hudson
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Paul's message to the Colossians offers extremely deep insight into what true prayers by us should ask and thank God for. There are many of us who ask for things that do not please God. To properly pray there are strong factors that should be involved and Paul brings these qualities out clearly. An excellent sermon by Brother Falk about a devout prayer and the knowing that we have a special blessing when we endeavor to pray to God when everything is going well in our life and thank Him for giving us these good things in life, and not just go to God when we have troubles, though He welcomes us in those types of situations.

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From Encly. Britannica

The Anabaptists

The radicals restricted their biblicism to the New Testament and espoused three tenets that have come to be axiomatic in the United States: the separation of church and state, the voluntary church, and religious liberty. They called themselves Baptists but were called Anabaptists by their enemies because they were accused of rebaptizing adults. They believed, however, that immersion of infants was not true baptism because the rite itself was not regenerative but the outward sign of an inner experience—the rebirth in the spirit—of which only an adult was capable. The Anabaptists also believed in the possibility of a Christian society whose members were marked both by the conversion experience and by a highly disciplined deportment. In obedience to the New Testament, they repudiated swearing oaths and recourse to violence, whether at the behest of a magistrate or in war, respectively. The saints, they believed, should withdraw from the wicked world.

The Anabaptist program was perceived as a threat to the social and political order by Catholics and Protestants alike. The Diet of Speyer in 1529, for example, subjected the Anabaptists to the penalty of death with the concurrence of Catholics and Lutherans.


News Item8/31/14 5:29 PM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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Lurker wrote:
Strange that you say you are from Mt Zion yet don't seem to know that Zion is all souls betrothed to Jesus... His eternal habitation.
Psa 132:13 For the LORD hath chosen Zion; he hath desired it for his habitation. This is my rest for ever: here will I dwell; for I have desired it.
That's it for me today. If I have any more fun at your expense I may be guilty of breaking some sort of rule.
In Hebrew Amaris means 'Gods Promise'
The suffix 'ica' in Spanish means Mountain

America means Gods promised mountain

You have been beguiled by an intentional counterfeit, and very content with your path. How sad for you


Sermon8/31/14 5:26 PM
Marilyn | Bakersfield, California  Protected NameFind all comments by Marilyn
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I think I will give just some of the comments of others that listened to this great sermon, Bible lesson, and seminary class etc. One lady said; You took me right to Nineveh in living color I saw everything in living color right before my eyes just like I was there. Another man said; Wow I had no idea of the information that can be had out of this little book. It was just like being in the greatest seminary class ever. Another lady said; This was the greatest sermon that I ever heard. Another man said; Wow what a great message. I loved it. One young man that was not here for all the message said; Man I missed the first part of this message what a loss. Man I wish I had gotten here earlier. I have to say all of this too and everyone that was in this church service was spiritually lite up. The whole church body was spiritually lifted up by this great message.

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SteveR wrote:
If Lurkers Zion had only started production of their war machines 500 years earlier, the Zurich Council could have appeased themselves by bombing Gaza, arming Nazis in Ukraine or training jihadis in Jordan instead
Strange that you say you are from Mt Zion yet don't seem to know that Zion is all souls betrothed to Jesus... His eternal habitation.

Psa 132:13 For the LORD hath chosen Zion; he hath desired it for his habitation. This is my rest for ever: here will I dwell; for I have desired it.

That's it for me today. If I have any more fun at your expense I may be guilty of breaking some sort of rule.

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Thank you Moderator Gamma, for the reminder. As Christians our purpose is to glorify God, not ourselves or our pet doctrines.


Sermon8/31/14 5:15 PM
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So glad to here Pastor Chompff again. Was so sorry to hear of his injuries but am glad that he is well. God bless your work for the Lord and may God continue to be with your congregation.

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SteveR wrote:
If Lurkers Zion had only started production of their war machines 500 years earlier, the Zurich Council could have appeased themselves by bombing Gaza, arming Nazis in Ukraine or training jihadis in Jordan instead
SteveR
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Sermon8/31/14 5:09 PM
Marilyn | Bakersfield, California  Protected NameFind all comments by Marilyn
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This class was a grand finally of the book of Revelation. Dr. Jim did another great job bringing the story of Revelation to us in living color one more time.

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SteveR wrote:
If Lurkers Zion had only started production of their war machines 500 years earlier, the Zurich Council could have appeased themselves by bombing Gaza, arming Nazis in Ukraine or training jihadis in Jordan instead
No spiritual life or sense from this demented, evil RCC troll.

Nothing new here.

Moving on!

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Mike NY

Precisely so.

But my point was that the murderous reformers did not have to resort to any such tactics because the judges to whom they appealed were duty bound to protect their dogmas and so in 'good conscience' the reformers could murder in the name of God and felt they were doing so with impunity.


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pennned wrote:
SteveR, burning people at the stake.... now that's a serious way of dealing with people who have doctrinal differences. I remember Zwingli drowning a man in the river to "rebaptize" him..... really??
If Lurkers Zion had only started production of their war machines 500 years earlier, the Zurich Council could have appeased themselves by bombing Gaza, arming Nazis in Ukraine or training jihadis in Jordan instead

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This is an interesting commentary, and looking at what she does, she probably even a Christian. If I remember the breakdown for religious groups in Australia, the great number belong to the Catholic/Anglican combine. There are Christians there, and has been seen on SermonAudio, do make themselves heard, but still not like in the USA (though sometimes that does little good), Anyway, interesting article, Church's 'moral failure' goes beyond the individual.

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Thank God there is plain old biblical Christianity to turn to, the old rugged cross and the redeemed life. I've been thinking about what Mr. Hranek said about the continuing of spiritual gifts, and what a blessing it is to serve a might God!

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Jim, it was the west that created this in the first place you know.

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SteveR, burning people at the stake.... now that's a serious way of dealing with people who have doctrinal differences. I remember Zwingli drowning a man in the river to "rebaptize" him..... really??

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Interesting article on the breakdown of who is joining ISIS from Western countries, Hundreds Of Westerners Have Joined ISIS — Here's Where They Came From.
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