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s c wrote:
I have already read and tested the answer on the website against Scripture. I can vouch for it. I recommended this to Christopher because it is very biblically sound. I'm hoping that he will be interested enough to check it out. This,by the way, "observer" who seemingly is only interested in "being the hero" was supposed to be for Christopher's best interest not as an exercise to boost your "ego".
My gender is really irrelevant in the matter. I am a Christian though!
Your gender is irrelevant is it, when trying to advise Christopher? Nor does it matter what makes you think yourself qualified to do so? How very biblical that is. No boundaries required here, eh? And we're to believe that this has nothing to do with your ego? Hmmm

Well, if you've vetted the article, we best all comply with your instruction for us to go off and read that piece of inspiration.

Good question bro John UK. Maybe SC will add that to the list of questions that he/she can disdainfully dismiss.

Late edit: Ok SC I read the article. Care to point out where in the article it says husbands are to chase down their unconverted wives at home by unilaterally setting boundaries?


Sermon8/22/14 5:52 PM
Eli | Washington  Find all comments by Eli
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“ Another Great Sermon! ”
Spurgeon gets right to the matter of how to represent Christianity. Very tough to see where we stand in the battle. The speaker does a great job!

News Item8/22/14 5:50 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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s c wrote:
I have already read and tested the answer on the website against Scripture. I can vouch for it. I recommended this to Christopher because it is very biblically sound. I'm hoping that he will be interested enough to check it out. This,by the way, "observer" who seemingly is only interested in "being the hero" was supposed to be for Christopher's best interest not as an exercise to boost your "ego".
My gender is really irrelevant in the matter. I am a Christian though!
sc, if you really thought Christopher was being oppressed by devils, why did you not simply tell him how to get rid of them? Or don't you know yourself?

News Item8/22/14 5:46 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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James Thomas wrote:
Saint John of UK
I hope all is well with you. I do appreciate the input yourself and Saint Observer have provided as I am simply trying to understand the foundation from which the comments come from... Only two sources I Know of and that is the Bible or anything else.
St James,
Thank you, yes. It is well with my soul.

As for SteveR, who knows? He is vague, he uses scripture like a machine gun to kill the saints, he says he holds to the Belgic confession and believes there are millions of Christians within the Roman Catholic Church. He uses subterfuge and probably wants to promote the Evangelicals and Catholics Together movement. Some think he is a Jesuit Troll, but he's not expert enough for that.


News Item8/22/14 5:38 PM
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I have already read and tested the answer on the website against Scripture. I can vouch for it. I recommended this to Christopher because it is very biblically sound. I'm hoping that he will be interested enough to check it out. This,by the way, "observer" who seemingly is only interested in "being the hero" was supposed to be for Christopher's best interest not as an exercise to boost your "ego".
My gender is really irrelevant in the matter. I am a Christian though!

News Item8/22/14 5:38 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Observer wrote:
Let's delve a little further. Please define "demonic oppression" and provide scriptures to show how one would identify this as opposed to just feeling out of sorts or suffering from depression. Thank you.
Demonic oppression bro?

Acts 10:38 KJV
(38) How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost and with power: who went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil; for God was with him.

What meaneth this?

Matthew 4:23-24 KJV
(23) And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of sickness and all manner of disease among the people.
(24) And his fame went throughout all Syria: and they brought unto him all sick people that were taken with divers diseases and torments, and those which were possessed with devils, and those which were lunatick, and those that had the palsy; and he healed them.

I don't believe a Christian can be possessed of a devil. But if a believer gets depressed, maybe even because of mundane things like circumstances, the devils may attack. However, they can be dealt a forceful blow in the NAME of JESUS CHRIST.


News Item8/22/14 5:37 PM
James Thomas | Florida  Find all comments by James Thomas
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Saint John of UK

I hope all is well with you. I do appreciate the input yourself and Saint Observer have provided as I am simply trying to understand the foundation from which the comments come from... Only two sources I Know of and that is the Bible or anything else.


News Item8/22/14 5:26 PM
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s c wrote:
I referred Christopher and those who are sincerely interested to a website which uses the Bible in depth to address a specific concern. If you, observer, do not wish to check it out, that's on you. If I were you and wanted to be contentious in so doing that I wouldn't have mud in my eye as a result, I suppose that I would opt to avoid it. The main thing is that Christopher will have much to gain from reading it as it addresses his concern and gives Scripture (in context)to do so.
Why so tetchy SC? Can't produce any answers yourself so you point someone to a website the pedigree of which you cannot even vouch for? Just that it's full of scripture! Wow!

You wanted to give Christopher all sorts of advice. Now you don't think that this interaction will help him? Why is that I wonder. Hmmmm.

SC are you male or female? Married or single? Ever been in a mixed marriage, or married to a woman who had backslidden so badly that you couldn't tell whether she was ever converted? Ever been in or exercised any pastoral ministry with difficult cases like Christopher's?


News Item8/22/14 5:21 PM
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I referred Christopher and those who are sincerely interested to a website which uses the Bible in depth to address a specific concern. If you, observer, do not wish to check it out, that's on you. If I were you and wanted to be contentious in so doing that I wouldn't have mud in my eye as a result, I suppose that I would opt to avoid it. The main thing is that Christopher will have much to gain from reading it as it addresses his concern and gives Scripture (in context)to do so.

News Item8/22/14 5:17 PM
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It doesn't have to be in front of a child. The point still sticks. That's why there is demonic oppression. There is a principle of that which one is subjected to and what consequently entails. That's why Job would not put anything evil before his eyes. watermelon, do you put anything before your eyes? Are you the product of cheap grace? You cannot understand the concept of boundaries?
Let's delve a little further. Please define "demonic oppression" and provide scriptures to show how one would identify this as opposed to just feeling out of sorts or suffering from depression. Thank you.

News Item8/22/14 5:06 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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James Thomas wrote:
SteveR,
What do you do when the Pope speaks into existence new dogma which contradicts Scripture?
Maybe SteveR then anathematises all those who do not obey the new dogma. So that all of us on these threads are under a SteveR anathema because we refuse to obey the pope, his popish masses, his popish idolatries, his popish Mariolatry, his popish doctrines of salvation by sacraments, and an endless succession of etceteras.

And there's no way I'm going to venerate a bit of an old finger four hundred years old.

But keep asking St James, maybe one day SteveR will feel guilty enough to answer your question.


News Item8/22/14 5:02 PM
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It doesn't have to be in front of a child. The point still sticks. That's why there is demonic oppression. There is a principle of that which one is subjected to and what consequently entails. That's why Job would not put anything evil before his eyes. watermelon, do you put anything before your eyes? Are you the product of cheap grace? You cannot understand the concept of boundaries?

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s c wrote:
I'm not that familiar with this site but I did come across it and thought it would be very valuable for Christopher and informative for others: www.gotquestions.org search "What are boundaries, and are they biblical?"
Lots and lots of Scripture!!
Now, since I have answered your objections, answer me this:
Would you allow your spouse ,even as immaterial as it is according to the watermelon man, "watch an inappropriate tv show in front of your child? And, if you have no problem with that, perhaps you could give Scripture to defend your answer.
Would you please say where Christopher said that any of this took place in front of a child?

Stop making up your own scenarios. This is you, Christopher said his wife jumped into a local pool and complained the water was cold and you say would you throw you child overboard in the middle of the ocean.


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SteveR,
What do you do when the Pope speaks into existence new dogma which contradicts Scripture?

News Item8/22/14 4:31 PM
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I'm not that familiar with this site but I did come across it and thought it would be very valuable for Christopher and informative for others: www.gotquestions.org search "What are boundaries, and are they biblical?"
Lots and lots of Scripture!!
Now, since I have answered your objections, answer me this:
Would you allow your spouse ,even as immaterial as it is according to the watermelon man, "watch an inappropriate tv show in front of your child? And, if you have no problem with that, perhaps you could give Scripture to defend your answer.
You have not answered my questions. You referred me to a website. So I will wait for specific answers before I answer your red herring question. Actually no, in keeping with your style of answering I refer you to the Bible, which is better than any website, and is nothing but scripture; not just 'lots and lots of scripture". That should be good enough, no?

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I'm not that familiar with this site but I did come across it and thought it would be very valuable for Christopher and informative for others: www.gotquestions.org search "What are boundaries, and are they biblical?"
Lots and lots of Scripture!!
Now, since I have answered your objections, answer me this:
Would you allow your spouse ,even as immaterial as it is according to the watermelon man, "watch an inappropriate tv show in front of your child? And, if you have no problem with that, perhaps you could give Scripture to defend your answer.

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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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The pres did say a lot of right words. A shame he had to read the part where he stated he spoke to the Foleys earlier and expressed how we all were heartbroken at their loss. Seems like if something was actually heartfelt it shouldn't need be read from a script.

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s c wrote:
For example, would you allow your wife/husband to watch porn or something comparable in front of your children? Would you allow a spouse to do drugs/drink alcohol? and on..
Your examples are far more radical than watching a television show, which is what Christopher brought up in his original post. Also, Christopher has never mentioned children. In those cases you would make them move out if their behavior didn't change, not an proper response for watching inappropriate material on the television.

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Carl in Greensboro | NC  Find all comments by Carl in Greensboro
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"no faith teaches people to massacre innocents. No just God would stand for what they did yesterday, and for what they do every single day. ...has no ideology of any value to human beings. Their ideology is bankrupt."

I guess that is an example of the pot calling the kettle "black." (no pun intended)

Seems like there is a race between the murderous policies of Obama's Democratic Socialist party and Islam as to who will slaughter the most human beings in these last days. Right now it looks like Islam is losing. Or maybe the rider of the red horse and the riders of the pale horse are in some type of murderous competition.

And speaking of seals, maybe the Lion has His paw on the sixth...


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s c wrote:
I had suggested to Chris that he set some boundaries because I suspected that there would be demonic oppression in his household based on the information which he shared. And, not surprisingly, as you can read from his posts following mine, that is,indeed, what he is experiencing.
Your biblical warrant for setting boundaries where demonic oppression is suspected?

s c wrote:
My suggestion to him in setting boundaries are not contrary to Scripture. Obviously, an unbeliever will continue in their sins, however, one doesn't have to make it easy for them to do so in a shared household.
A Christian husband is to set boundaries for his unbelieving wife, yes? Biblical warrant please.

s c wrote:
I'm not suggesting that he chase down his wife when she may be engaging in particular behavior outside of the home but he does and should set limits within the household and he is t
So your suggestion is chase her down at home, harangue her, be confrontational, show her who's boss. Great counsel sc. Not.

I'll look in tomorrow for your considered response.

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