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John UK wrote:
"Roman Catholic" doctrine?
The Council of Trent
CANON IV. "If any one shall affirm, that man’s freewill, moved and excited by God, does not, by consenting, cooperate with God, the mover and exciter, so as to prepare and dispose itself for the attainment of justification; if moreover, anyone shall say, that the human will cannot refuse complying, if it pleases, but that it is inactive, and merely passive; let such an one be accursed"!

“Canon IV: was declared to be offered upon the basis of human cooperation with divine grace as opposed to the Protestant doctrine of passive reception of grace.”

“DR. GRAHAM DECLARES HIS GOSPEL TO BE THAT OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Speaking at the Roman Catholic Belmont Abbey College..., Dr. Graham said: "The gospel that built this school and the gospel that brings me here tonight is still the way to salvation" …vice-president of Belmont Abbey College, Rev. Cuthbert E. Allen, agreed. He wrote, "I have followed Billy Graham's career and I must emphasize that he has been more Catholic than otherwise... Billy Graham is preaching a moral and evangelical theology most acceptable to Catholics." (Personal letter reproduced in Billy Graham and the Church of Rome, by I.R.K. Paisley…)”


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John UK wrote:
Brother Saint Michael, you have raised a most important question. So important that the Lord Jesus would have us know the answer and apply it, lest we be found both fighting against him, and causing upset and confusion in baby Christians. We have to understand both the working of Jesus Christ in the world, and through whom he is working (his servants), and we need to be sensitive and understand the present needs of the babe in Christ, no matter through whom God called them to himself.
I remember as a very young Christian being given an LP record of preaching by a man called T.L. Osborn. It had only been in my possession about a day, and I hadn't even listened to it, but an elder and two others came from the church and served me with a Matthew 18:15-17. I hadn't a clue what they were talking about, I didn't know what was wrong with this preacher, and it was very scary. Besides which, they didn't serve the Matt 18 correctly, or only one would have come round to see me. What on earth were they thinking of! Scary stuff!
This sort of thing is what concerns me, bro.
Saint John
Amen!
Concerns me too.

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Ah, Mike, some people consider laws codified morality.

Originally Posted by Barack Obama
Because I do not believe that religious people have a monopoly on
morality. I would rather have someone who is grounded in
morality and ethics and who is also secular, affirm their morality
and their ethics and their values without pretending that they are
something they're not. They don't need to do that, none of us need
to do that. But what I am suggesting is this, secularists are wrong
when they ask believers to leave their religion at the door before
entering into the public square. Frederick Douglas, Abraham
Lincoln, William Jennings Bryan, Doroth Day, Martin Luther King,
the majority of the great reformers in American history were not
only motivated by faith, but they repeatedly used religious
language to argue for their cause. So to say that men and women
should not inject their personal morality into public policy debates
is a practical absurdity...."


News Item12/21/14 6:03 PM
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"...Our law is by definition a codification of
our morality, much of it which is grounded in the Judeo-Christian
tradition. Moreover if we progressives shed some of these biases,
we might recognize some overlapping values, that both secular
and religious people share when it comes to the moral and
material direction of our country. We might recognize that the call
to sacrifice on behalf of the next generation, the need to think in
terms of thou and not just I, resonates in religious congregations
all across the country. We might realize we have the ability to
reach out to the Evangelical community and engage millions of
religious Americans in the larger project of American renewal."

found at Obama: Our law is by definition a codification of our morality.[ /URL]


News Item12/21/14 6:02 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Mike wrote:
First we must define evil. I'll have a go. It's like the cartoon character said: Evil is bad, good isn't.
Not bad, Mike, quite good even.

Now tell me brother. If you have listened to Billy Graham's preaching at his crusades, which I expect would have been televised in America, have you ever come across anything in those gospel messages which could be described as "bad"? I'm thinking now of his presentation of Christ Jesus as the Saviour of sinners, and his work on the cross as the sinner's substitute, being the Lamb of God which taketh away the sins of the world. Secondly Mike, can you remember any time when he preached anything at those crusades which could be defined as "Roman Catholic" doctrine?

Isn't it great that there is still "Freedom of Speech" in the West, while in many countries they do not have such freedoms? Mind you, some militant neo-Calviniums would bring us all back to that Scottish idea of physically enforcing all to be "Christians" (i.e. Calviniums), even to the degree of persecuting those who disagree and voice it, much in the same way that the RCC would burn books, and burn men who disagreed with the popish bulls and "way of salvation".


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s c wrote:
Thank you Frank who stated,"...BG is an ecuminist and a lover of Rome and yet his ministry is okay, well not really okay and on and on it goes..."
and Dorcas for your faithful stand against wolves in sheep's clothing. We are to warn people of such. And I might suggest that in doing so,while we are not perfect, we are not as Michael suggested likened to those who wanted to throw stones at the woman caught in adultery...a very poor analogy.
If we were ecumenical and leading others astray, then the analogy might hold water. We have no beam in our eye in this matter and so can clearly see to address the speck in the others.
I would further submit that we are blessed to have the witness of those who came from the Roman Catholic background, like Dorcas,who do seem to care about the dangerous doctrines that BG and others like him blur and espouse.
I would think that you would be more mindful of this Michael, as you came out of that too.
SC
Thanks for being a voice of reason and not another emotional misleading poster of subterfuge.
So refreshing!
Yes I will always be a voice against satanic Romanism and those supposed 'leaders' who have joined with her in her harlotry.

News Item12/21/14 5:32 PM
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John UK wrote:
Er...... what "evil" is that exactly? Please be specific, lest we misunderstand one another.
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First we must define evil. I'll have a go. It's like the cartoon character said: Evil is bad, good isn't.

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Thank you Frank who stated,"...BG is an ecuminist and a lover of Rome and yet his ministry is okay, well not really okay and on and on it goes..."
and Dorcas for your faithful stand against wolves in sheep's clothing. We are to warn people of such. And I might suggest that in doing so,while we are not perfect, we are not as Michael suggested likened to those who wanted to throw stones at the woman caught in adultery...a very poor analogy.
If we were ecumenical and leading others astray, then the analogy might hold water. We have no beam in our eye in this matter and so can clearly see to address the speck in the others.
I would further submit that we are blessed to have the witness of those who came from the Roman Catholic background, like Dorcas,who do seem to care about the dangerous doctrines that BG and others like him blur and espouse.
I would think that you would be more mindful of this Michael, as you came out of that too.

News Item12/21/14 5:08 PM
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URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=10120711555910>http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=10120711555910 (How the Church Relates to the Kingdom), from which---
QUOTE][AUTHOR]Gil Rugh said or, [/AUTHOR]The concept of the Kingdom is widespread in both
the
Old & New Testaments of the Bible. The Bible does
not say we are in the Kingdom. The Bible does not
say the Church is to build the Kingdom. The Bible
does not say the Church is the Kingdom.
Confusion is growing concerning what the Church is,
what is its responsibility to society, and what the
Bible teaches about building the Kingdom.
Our 'Christian society' is placing a strong, yet
unbiblical, emphasis on the Church in terms of it
building the Kingdom...[/QUOTE]read the rest of the summary, and listen to rest of the sermon.

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Michael Hranek wrote:
John UK
Useful consideration
How ought we to treat those genuinely converted in BGEA crusades or other events
Brother Saint Michael, you have raised a most important question. So important that the Lord Jesus would have us know the answer and apply it, lest we be found both fighting against him, and causing upset and confusion in baby Christians. We have to understand both the working of Jesus Christ in the world, and through whom he is working (his servants), and we need to be sensitive and understand the present needs of the babe in Christ, no matter through whom God called them to himself.

I remember as a very young Christian being given an LP record of preaching by a man called T.L. Osborn. It had only been in my possession about a day, and I hadn't even listened to it, but an elder and two others came from the church and served me with a Matthew 18:15-17. I hadn't a clue what they were talking about, I didn't know what was wrong with this preacher, and it was very scary. Besides which, they didn't serve the Matt 18 correctly, or only one would have come round to see me. What on earth were they thinking of! Scary stuff!

This sort of thing is what concerns me, bro.


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Dorcas wrote:
Well Frank, here we go again down rabbit tails and building up strawmen, now we are looked at as a 'lynch mob' because we won't stand with BG and his his false RC ecumenical method of drawing sinners to Christ.
Unbelievable ...
Yes it has been quite enlightening to say the least.
Me neither sister and I fully understand. They are simply changing the discussion and they don't even realize they are doing it apparently. They remind me of Jim from Lincoln saying he is an independent and yet everything he says is that of a democrat. BG is an ecuminist and a lover of Rome and yet his ministry is okay, well not really okay and on and on it goes. Many people have claimed salvation through Benny Hinn's ministry, but then ... I will end my thoughts by saying this; BG's ministry was based upon false doctrine, namely he is a clear ecumenist and a clear follower of Rome. I can take Rick Warren out of context and come up with the same silly arguments to support him; well not really support him I could care less whether God used BG to convert folks; that is between BG and God. And, I could care less whether He used Kenneth Copeland or Benny Hinn.

Now they even want to discuss my 4 point calvinism.


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
Well Pilgrim, you have now stepped over the line. My comment about caring less only concerned itself with BG crusades and not those who were converted. Your opinion of me speaks volumes. No response is necessary. I do forgive you though!
Thanks Pilgrim for your forgiveness. Your concern is for the methods and associates of BG, my concern is for the Lord Jesus Christ and how he is going to call sinners to himself. In this we differ.

Now in the real world, let us keep you happy and ensure that the only preachers permitted to go gospelling throughout the world are 4 point Calviniums.

Now, having established that, how many gospel messages do you think will be heard in the course of one day, let us say, on December 25th? Hmmmm? I mean, throughout the whole world. Not just in Nebraska.

Alas, not many, eh?

And how many 4pt Calviniums will you find in heaven? Compared to say, BG converts?

Oh well, hey ho. I'm always glad of friends who stick, rather than those who become unstuck every time there is a disagreement. The scriptural principle is: "We know that we have passed from death to life because we love the brethren." So lots of love to you and your house, bro.


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Dorcas wrote:
Well Frank, here we go again down rabbit tails and building up strawmen, now we are looked at as a 'lynch mob' because we won't stand with BG and his his false RC ecumenical method of drawing sinners to Christ.
Unbelievable ...
Yes it has been quite enlightening to say the least.
Carry on brother, I for one no longer have the stomach for this tripe.
Dorcas
Stop! That is quite enough.
The only 'lynch mob mentality' I am addressing is the pressuring of others to violate their own will and conscience

If you (generically here meaning anyone) want to condemn/damn/whatever BG that is between you, God and BG (and if too far the police)
If you are indeed only exposing, warning, parting company with then I have no problem with you, so kindly don't make it one

Further shame on anyone who false claims I am standing with BG because I don't damn/condemn/expose/part company with him/whatever to their expectations
btw as wrong as he is, we ought to deal with him honestlly lest we exonerate our own bad behavior like those eager to stone the woman caught in the very act of adultery or ready to condemn the Savior if He didn't

John UK
Useful consideration
How ought we to treat those genuinely converted in BGEA crusades or other events


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No amount of money will cause the truth of God to fail nor for His elect to fall away. Homosexuality is not a gift from God, it is a judgement. Not 8.5 million nor 8 trillion dollars can nullify the Word of God or stamp it out.

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John UK wrote:
Dear Frank, these are terrible words, brother.
The Lord Jesus is receiving sinners to himself, all over the world, through so many different ways that it would be impossible to list them all here; receiving sinners, that is, those for whom he died and rose again, he is seeing of the travail of his soul and shall be satisfied, he calls them lovingly and powerfully, he has loved them with an everlasting love, and they are our brothers and sisters throughout the world, but because they were converted at a crusade meeting, you don't really care less, you would try to persuade them to "deny that heretic" in the pulpit through whom Jesus called them????????!!!!!!
Try giving them a hug and exclaiming, "Praise God! Another trophy of God's grace! Another brand plucked from the burning!"
Has Christianity become so cold to you, that you are hardened to the feelings of your brethren and sisters who are truly converted?
Maybe we should look at what true conversion is, and what it is not?
Well Pilgrim, you have now stepped over the line. My comment about caring less only concerned itself with BG crusades and not those who were converted. Your opinion of me speaks volumes. No response is necessary. I do forgive you though!

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Frank wrote:
With that thought in mind, I am strongly against BG and his crusades and I could care less whether God used him to bring folks to Christ or not.
Dear Frank, these are terrible words, brother.

The Lord Jesus is receiving sinners to himself, all over the world, through so many different ways that it would be impossible to list them all here; receiving sinners, that is, those for whom he died and rose again, he is seeing of the travail of his soul and shall be satisfied, he calls them lovingly and powerfully, he has loved them with an everlasting love, and they are our brothers and sisters throughout the world, but because they were converted at a crusade meeting, you don't really care less, you would try to persuade them to "deny that heretic" in the pulpit through whom Jesus called them????????!!!!!!

Try giving them a hug and exclaiming, "Praise God! Another trophy of God's grace! Another brand plucked from the burning!"

Has Christianity become so cold to you, that you are hardened to the feelings of your brethren and sisters who are truly converted?

Maybe we should look at what true conversion is, and what it is not?


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Frank wrote:
Well separation from and strong reproving are not what I would call a lynch mob mentality. And why would you lynch those others and not BG? Yes Michael, the problem is I do comprehend. Why not just stay with my post and argue it? No one damned BG. Deal with Ro. 3:8.
Well Frank, here we go again down rabbit tails and building up strawmen, now we are looked at as a 'lynch mob' because we won't stand with BG and his his false RC ecumenical method of drawing sinners to Christ.
Unbelievable ...
Yes it has been quite enlightening to say the least.
Carry on brother, I for one no longer have the stomach for this tripe.

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Frank wrote:
Well separation from and strong reproving are not what I would call a lynch mob mentality. And why would you lynch those others and not BG? Yes Michael, the problem is I do comprehend. Why not just stay with my post and argue it?
Frank
Because there is more on this thread than BG. Like the huge Calvinism, Hyper-Calvinism, genuine Arminianism, imaginary Arminianism (slandering/maligning others as), Real vs False Faith, the Sovereignty of God in and over all things and all beings thing. To even how we ought to address both the reality in Christ there is neither male nor female, yet while we are on this earth we have both men and women and issues involved

If you dislike my use of 'lynch mob mentality' perhaps ...... pressure others against their will and conscience to conform to what others desire them to do would help you understand the emotions/convictions behind my choice of words

Did I miss communicate?
I would NOT lynch the Benny Hinns, the Kenneth Copelands, nor the Rick Warren types either


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Cody wrote:
How does the camera make people crash they just want to blame it on somebody
Residents learn the locations of cameras, so rather than get a ticket they have a tendency to brake too quickly. The quick stops lead to more rear end collisions. However, the stops have lead to fewer 't' collisions in intersections

imo- cities will look for any excuse they can find to keep the cameras, as they are a money maker for them

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