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sf from TX  Find all comments by sf from TX
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Mike your testimony brought Matthew 10:37 to mind. Very encouraging to read of your trip out of Rome despite how hard it was. And so glad your relationship wasn't ruined with your dad. God is gracious to us when we obey Him. Will add your dad to my prayers.

News Item2/5/16 8:22 PM
Weseenit  Find all comments by Weseenit
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John UK wrote:
This is a sport engaged in by those who have more time on their hands than they know what to do with.
Ah, yes, we've seen you with more time on your hands than you know what to do with plenty of times.

News Item2/5/16 6:41 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Mike wrote:
Thanks, bro John. The worst part was the hurt it brought my Dad, perhaps the kindest, hardest working, most honest man I ever knew, and a rock in my growing up years. We talked about it, and I think it was because he had integrity, that the bond we had never got broken.
Ah, it is difficult with parents, brother. God has put a love and honour for them in our heart. When I told my late mother I was converted and being baptised and would she like to come along, she said, "What? We had you christened when you were a baby at the Methodist church!" I had to tell her about what the Bible teaches, even as a new Christian, but it was sooooo difficult.

News Item2/5/16 6:36 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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John UK wrote:
Mike, it is always wonderful to read testimony of God's quiet grace in the heart, especially that grace prior to conversion. It must have been quite an upheaval for you at the time, with all that pressure on you to remain in the RCC. I don't think many of know just how difficult it must be to just walk away and never go back, especially if you were bombarded with the "iron grip" teachings of "depart the church - depart from Christ".
Thanks, bro John. The worst part was the hurt it brought my Dad, perhaps the kindest, hardest working, most honest man I ever knew, and a rock in my growing up years. We talked about it, and I think it was because he had integrity, that the bond we had never got broken.

News Item2/5/16 6:34 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Dave wrote:
...heresy hunting...
This is a sport engaged in by those who have more time on their hands than they know what to do with.

Rodney K. wrote:
Ditto......

News Item2/5/16 6:30 PM
Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
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:-D Gday mate I knew you'd be out there listening. May the force be with you, the God given
force of salvation of course.

News Item2/5/16 6:23 PM
Horse mouth | Happy happy happy  Find all comments by Horse mouth
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Phil Robertson on baptism
"Whenever I think of all the people we've baptized over the years, I always recall a conversation Jep had with on of his buddies in the backseat of our car when he was really young. Jep's friend Harvey asked him what it meant to be a christian.
"Well, when you get to be about thirteen or fourteen years old, my daddy will sit you down and study the Bible with you," Jep told him. "He'll make sure you know what he's talking about. And then he'll tell you that Jesus is going to be your Lord and when that happens, you can't act bad anymore. If you say yes, we're all going down to the river. We'll be so excited that we'll be skipping down there. My daddy will put you under the water, but he won't drown you. He'll bring you back up and everybody will be clapping and smiling. That's what he'll do."
Phil quotes

The ungodly put the ungodly in office. And now we’re expecting them to be godly and treat us with love and kindness? It is impossible for the ungodly to elect the ungodly and then expect godliness to come from them. The corrupt elect the corrupt and the corruption continues. The depraved elect the depraved and the depravity continues. "
Get godly&elect the godly..


News Item2/5/16 6:22 PM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rodney K.
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Dave wrote:
Ok I'll shut up after this one;
R2d2, from Tennessee referred to me as the saved wonder from down under, well my mum says the mouth from the south would be more fitting.
:-D
I'm gunna stop using talk to text mike. :-)

News Item2/5/16 6:21 PM
Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
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Ok I'll shut up after this one;
R2d2, from Tennessee referred to me as the saved wonder from down under, well my mum says the mouth from the south would be more fitting.
:-D
I'm gunna stop using talk to text mike. :-)

News Item2/5/16 6:18 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Dave wrote:
Gday my brother John UK.
May the Lord enrich you, love ya mate
G'day bro, it is true what the Bible says, "We know that we've passed from death to life, because we love the brethren". It is a love given and produced by the Holy Ghost. Praise God! Born again and filled with love, can't beat it mate.

Love to you and all in your group. I'm sure the Lord will add to you, in due time, if you faint not.


News Item2/5/16 6:17 PM
Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
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Thanks for sharing done of yourjourney Mike, your great bloke mate. God bless

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Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
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Love ya like a brother too cp30
:-)

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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Thanks Dave.

News Item2/5/16 6:14 PM
Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
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Gday my brother John UK.
May the Lord enrich you, love ya mate

News Item2/5/16 6:12 PM
Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
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God bless to all on SA ,
I don't know if it's just me but apart from Mr/mrs name changer there seems to be some very constructive and edifying conversations taking place lately that more often than not end without discourse?
We're to be like the bereans, test all things against scripture, discern and hopefully edifying each other.
:-)

News Item2/5/16 6:09 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Dave wrote:
If it's God's plan to save or not save then who am I too question that.
:-)
G'day Dave my dear brother.

I reckon it's God's plan to save all that call upon his name, who trust in his Son, who repent of their sins and depart from them.

And I also reckon it's God's plan that his church go out into all the world and preach the gospel of good news to all men, women and children.


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Geneology conundrum | Drum roll  Find all comments by Geneology conundrum
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Barry "Davis?" The real dad of "Barry Soetoro"
Obama's real name is Barry Soetoro. He used the name "Barry Soetoro" to receive financial aid as a foreign student from Indonesia as an undergraduate. The OFFICIAL transcript was released by Occidental College in compliance with a court order.

Upon graduating from high school, Ann Dunham was known as a “full-fledged radical leftist”. Classmate Susan Blake described her as someone who “never dated white boys.”

After graduation, Ann Dunham followed her parents to Hawaii in 1960 where they renewed ties with Frank Davis. Ann's father, Stanley Dunham, and Frank Davis were close personal friends. They drank whiskey together, smoked pot ... Stanley Dunham raised Barry Soetoro (Obama) and sometimes left him alone with Frank.

FRANK DAVIS - "POP"

In his autobiography, Dreams From My Father, Barack Obama describes Frank Davis as a “father figure” and mentor. Prior to his enrollment in college, he penned a poem about Davis entitled “Pop.” Whenever Obama needed counseling during his teen years, the grandparents invariably went to Davis to provide advice.

BHO's ADOPTION RECORDS?

Obama spent much of his youth apart from his mother who married Lolo Soetoro in 1966. no adoption papers were released- is Davis listed as birth dad?


News Item2/5/16 6:01 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Mike wrote:
God was certainly involved. I didn't know it at the time. It's called grace, the early work of the Holy Spirit. The decision to eventually leave the RCC was mine to make or not, and there was much pressure to stay.
Mike, it is always wonderful to read testimony of God's quiet grace in the heart, especially that grace prior to conversion. It must have been quite an upheaval for you at the time, with all that pressure on you to remain in the RCC. I don't think many of know just how difficult it must be to just walk away and never go back, especially if you were bombarded with the "iron grip" teachings of "depart the church - depart from Christ".

News Item2/5/16 6:00 PM
Pietros F  Find all comments by Pietros F
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
(Does God answer the prayers of unbelievers?).......
MacArthur's list.....
1) Who have personal and selfish motives.
2) Who regard iniquity in their hearts.
3) Who remain in sin.
4) Who offer unworthy service to God.
5) Who forsake God.
6) Who reject God's call.
7) Who will not heed God's law.......
etc etc etc
Why Jim
This is just a list of everyday sins.
That has never stopped God in the past.

Why HE even saved you - And look how sinful you were!!!


News Item2/5/16 5:53 PM
GSMontana  Find all comments by GSMontana
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I was talking to penned. Since I'm not ecumenical, I wasn't sure where she was coming from.

It is frustrating that John Yurich won't see the truth, but only God can open his eyes.

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