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SoSad  Find all comments by SoSad
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Mike wrote:
The verse has nothing to do with baptism of babies, and everything to do with the simple faith/trust of children
Re Matt 19:14
Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.

Mike I guess the quote "simple faith/trust of children" is banned in the Baptist church since you apparently don't recognise it as reason to baptise the child.

Jesus recorded as the Word of God
"Suffer little children"
"forbid them not"
"come unto me"
"of such is the Kingdom of God"

Christ Jesus words "Suffer" or yield up specifically "little children."
Jesus the Son of God clearly receives little children no qualification or confession required by the infant to come to the Lord.

Baptist - No way Jesus we don't accept this command of yours. Children don't prove to us that they are good enough to be accepted - even if YOU say so.

Christ Jesus "forbid them not"

Baptist - NO! Even if you do emphasise it in this verse we refuse to obey. We Baptists remain adamant that we will not allow a child of ours to be brought into the church.

Christ Jesus - "of such is the Kingdom of God"

Baptist - Well you might think so but we require human verbal proof before we obey your command.


News Item4/18/14 2:45 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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One should remember Islam's Global War against Christianity. I'm not what aid can be given Nigeria, but the U.S. and Britain should be helping out more.

Sermon4/18/14 2:30 PM
Paul Dickinson | Inverness, Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paul Dickinson
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Hoarding isn't Holy
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“ Enlightening ”
Tough topic but great message!

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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John Y., even in modern times the Romish Church has been anti-Semitic (anti-Semitic = anti-Israel) see, Fundamentally Freund: What Bible is the Vatican reading?. For a very good history of the Romish Church during the 20th Century see, and also touching other time periods see, Is the Vatican an Evil Organization? Unfortunately the fellow could have not written the section on "Religious Insanity," but you can skip that section.

No, a Christian is never inwardly a Jew.

2 Corinthians 5:17 Therefore if any man is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.---NASB

By the way, I hope by now everyone has by now agreed that "Easter,:" is a pagan, Catholic term? Have a good Resurrection Sunday!

Oh, for any who have checked into SA who are outwardly a Jew -- happy Passover, I think Resurrection Week and Passover coincide this year. The reason they don't every year is because of Romish/Orthodox Church.


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pieinthesky  Find all comments by pieinthesky
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Skyriter wrote:
Original Sin is false doctrine. Penal Substitution is false doctrine. The free will of man was taught universally by the Church until heretics like Augustine, Calvin and Luther came along.
You sound like a RC? Are they not ant-Calvinism (doctrines of free and sovereign grace); anti -penal substitution; and hate Luther's scriptural view of free will?

I note Mike has also his prideful attacks on the supposed potty 'flower people', well be careful that you understand Rome's view

Free will and the Protestant Reformers

Read their view above and you will see they too despise the Protestant Reformers.

Whilst I do not desire to sound unkind, your opinion is as my moniker

see

Please listen to this and mark the comments of Mark Fitzpatrick. A good place to begin for you and Mike, and as you are in the UK what about Spurgeon and Whitefield our nation's greatest preachers-heretics

William Tyndale and John Bunyan

Free Will -- A Slave


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sweeper  Find all comments by sweeper
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Skyriter wrote:
Predestination/election is false doctrine. Original Sin is false doctrine. Penal Substitution is false doctrine. The free will of man was taught universally by the Church until heretics like Augustine, Calvin and Luther came along
Well goodness me look at this Satan is posting onto these threads using the moniker "Skyriter"

Anyone even with just common sense knows that these doctrines are in the Bible.

Poor Skyriter must have demons within her heart and head.


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Skyriter wrote:
Many are going to learn with a shock that the theology they hold to is all bogus.
Skyriter is going to learn with a shock that the theology she holds to is all bogus.

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Skyriter | UK  Find all comments by Skyriter
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Christopher000 wrote:
Seems to me that the theology of election, foreknowledge, etc, sometimes leads people down the "what's the point of prayer path".
Many are going to learn with a shock that the theology they hold to is all bogus. Never forget there are devils all over the Internet posing as Christians with great talk, but it's all lies and fallacy. Anyone actually dares speak the truth and the attacks are vicious.

Predestination/election is false doctrine. Original Sin is false doctrine. Penal Substitution is false doctrine. The free will of man was taught universally by the Church until heretics like Augustine, Calvin and Luther came along.
For more information see youtube channel:
Refuting Calvinism
Run by the very wise and learned Kerrigan Skelly.
Or holdingfirmly
Run by the even wiser Mike DeSario

Avoid pointless debates on sights like this with. The devil has been perfecting these lies for over 1000 years and it's slick. Real slick. Find the truth yourself and let no man deceive you.


News Item4/18/14 1:58 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
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Jew Inwardly, why does a man reject Christ's free gift of salvation?

those who truly loved the word of God recognized their Christ.


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Jew Inwardly | of the heart  Find all comments by Jew Inwardly
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R.K. Borill said, "...the Jews hate Jesus who was a Jew, does that make the Jews anti-Semite?"

The Jews (Jewish religious leaders) did not hate Jesus for being a Jew, they rejected him because he (Jesus) declared himself to be the Messiah. To them this was blasphemy; they failed to recognized Christ for who he was, they did not know the Scriptures which spake of his coming.


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgis  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Don't get me wrong, penny, this is one vaccine I am against

News Item4/18/14 1:31 PM
IkeMike | Iowa, USA  Find all comments by IkeMike
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Sorry, what I mean is, it doesn't state that only a few select will be given to the father and raised up at the last days. It merely says "all that the father gives me" (paraphrase). It doesn't state how many, or what the limit is to who the Father gives.

News Item4/18/14 1:21 PM
R. K. Borill | Baton Rouge, Louisiana  Protected NameFind all comments by R. K. Borill
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Jenny Geddes writes,

Save your breath sister. I've been down the long road with them, and there's no reasoning with them along these lines. There is no one who loves Spurgeon more than I, but he got the doctrines of the covenant wrong. But they drag this quote out every time you bring it up as though he was an Apostle. Then they criticize you if you quote Calvin. They control the debate along their lines of fallacy.


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IkeMike wrote:
Ok, but it doesn't say who or how many will be raised to life, nor how many God gave the Son. Or if there's a limit to how many.
All that is covered here, known only to the Father and the Son until the last day.....

Rev 20:15 And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.

Now sure what your point is. Perhaps you could expound.


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IkeMike | Iowa, USA  Find all comments by IkeMike
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Ok, but it doesn't say who or how many will be raised to life, nor how many God gave the Son. Or if there's a limit to how many.

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Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
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"U.S. law prevents anyone from suing Merck or any other vaccine manufacturer as the U.S. Congress gave them total immunity from civil lawsuits in 1986, and that legal protection which gives them a free pass to put as many vaccines into the market as they want to, was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2011. In addition, the National Institute of Health receives royalties from the sales of Gardasil. So don’t expect objective, true information from the U.S. mainstream media, or your U.S. doctor." (From the article)

This statement alone should cause parents to take a moment and do some seriouse research before having their children shot up with the vaccine cocktail of the day.


News Item4/18/14 12:22 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
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IkeMike wrote:
Mik help,
It never states anywhere in those verses you spouted off WHO the father gave to Jesus, nor how many.
Sure they do; all who will be raised to eternal life on the last day.

An assurance founded on anything other (i.e. your decision) than what Jesus did for all the Father gave Him.... its a false assurance.

Beloved, if our heart condemn us not, then have we confidence toward God. And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, because we keep his commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight. And this is his commandment, That we should believe on the name of his Son Jesus Christ, and love one another, as he gave us commandment. And he that keepeth his commandments dwelleth in him, and he in him. And hereby we know that he abideth in us, by the Spirit which he hath given us. (1 John 3:21-24)


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thanks SF, been having sporadic internet.

RK, you make an excellent point, if one has to hate the Messiah that comes from your own people, what does that do to the mindset of the community (referring to Talmud teaching that Jesus is in hades)..... one must then rewrite (see the movie Noah) one's own holy books, the OT in its purest form only reveals Christ.

the remedy is the gospel, as we remember both the Passover (Christ's crucifixtion) and the Resurrection (our hope). there need not be arguing between Jew and Gentile Christians nor putting division where God has brought unity.


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The message from the Freedom From Religion Foundation that’s now mounted at the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison reads: “Nobody died for our ‘sins,’ Jesus Christ in a myth.”

Freedom From Religion? Atheists will never admit it, but atheism is a religion. Not only that, but when it comes right down to it, Satan is their god (2 Corinthians 4:4).


News Item4/18/14 11:45 AM
penned  Find all comments by penned
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Jim, are you going to correct this? seems it was a fake, and a good lesson indeed on how easy it is to get drawn into incursions without factual information.
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