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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
JohnUk, you do deserve a final response, but this the final one. When someone goes to a BG crusade and walk the isle, they are told by their counselors to go back to the RCC. On televised sermons, no one can hear what the counselors are telling these new or possible converts.
Frank, Frank. If a RCC priest arranges a bus to bring a whole load of Catholics to hear Billy Graham preach Christ, I regard that as a miracle of God's grace. In former days this would have been impossible. The BGEA sorts out counsellors according to whoever brought these folks. What right have we to demand they be counselled by men and women from a liberal protestant church? What nonsense.

I'd love to hear how you yourself would be reaching all these dear folks who are entrenched in an organisation like the RCC. Maybe you could announce that there will be a meeting in town, and that the preacher will be condemning all ecumenists and Catholics and false gospellers, but that all ecumenists will be welcome to attend, along with Catholics, but that it will be our purpose to make proselytes and warn folks about the dangers of Catholicism and that the pope is antichrist.

Try it.


Sermon12/22/14 1:45 PM
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8 Ages #400 What Caused Masada & The...
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When I visited Masada in 2007 they showed a little movie about it. They presented Masada as something heroic and tragetic. Well after this sermon, it's not heroic its tragetic completely. It's not sentiments but consequences of human choice to deny to release Christ and crlisify Him. Thank you dr. Jim

News Item12/22/14 1:42 PM
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It is not my purpose to hijack this thread.....

John, Frank..... do you not see the contradiction between the quote from the article and what God said.... between what you apparently have accepted as biblical fact and what God said?

My hermeneutic has nothing to do with it. Either there is death in the new H&E or there is not. Choose whom you will believe.

But all that has little to do with the purpose of my comment. I've watch this thread and sadly watched divisions between brothers and sisters develop that will never be erased. And all the while, there is unseen error almost universally accepted as truth. It doesn't add up.

Should we not be redeeming the time, being Bereans to see if the things we've been taught by fallible preachers/teachers are so, because the days are evil?

God is not the author of confusion and division.


Sermon12/22/14 1:23 PM
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Not Ashamed of Jesus in NYC!
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Thank you Lord for the Holy Spirt filling this man as a vessel for your glory! Fight the Good fight Pastor Rubino! Your not alone, many of us feel what you feel but few have the courage. I read the the book and your correct we win in the end! My prays are with you!

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Lurker wrote:
"There will no longer be any more death in any way, shape, or form. The curse of Adam and Eve will have finally been broken and completely done away with. There will also be no more pain since we will all have brand new, glorified, spiritual bodies."

But God said:
Is 65:17-20 For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind. But be ye glad and rejoice for ever in that which I create: for, behold, I create Jerusalem a rejoicing, and her people a joy. And I will rejoice in Jerusalem, and joy in my people: and the voice of weeping shall be no more heard in her, nor the voice of crying. There shall be no more thence an infant of days, nor an old man that hath not filled his days: for the child shall die an hundred years old; but the sinner being an hundred years old shall be accursed.

Perhaps your hermeneutic is wrong? Anyway, I will receive a glorified, sinless, incorruptible body and will be like Christ when I die. As He is, so I will be. Minus the diety part of course.

No one at any time in history has referred to a baby or infant when they were 100 years old; therefore perhaps an analogy should be considered?

What position are you hinting at.


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Fight Until The Bell Rings!
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Amen to that.

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Awesome work again.

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Lurker wrote:
Does anyone even care that this error has been perpetuated for centuries by your preachers/teachers?
Lurker, what error is that you are referring to?

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Since this thread has focused on the errors of Billy Graham, a little perspective.

I was reading an article on the new heaven and earth last night...

http://www.bible-knowledge.com/new-heaven-and-new-earth/

...and came across the following:

"There will no longer be any more death in any way, shape, or form. The curse of Adam and Eve will have finally been broken and completely done away with. There will also be no more pain since we will all have brand new, glorified, spiritual bodies."

Over the years I've come to believe most Christians would give this quote an amen. But God said:

Is 65:17-20 For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind. But be ye glad and rejoice for ever in that which I create: for, behold, I create Jerusalem a rejoicing, and her people a joy. And I will rejoice in Jerusalem, and joy in my people: and the voice of weeping shall be no more heard in her, nor the voice of crying. There shall be no more thence an infant of days, nor an old man that hath not filled his days: for the child shall die an hundred years old; but the sinner being an hundred years old shall be accursed.

Does anyone even care that this error has been perpetuated for centuries by your preachers/teachers?


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Frank wrote:
Well sister, I can assure you that SteveR didn't sway all of us that is for sure. There is absolutely no difference between his thoughts on catholicism and some of these other posters. You hang in there and have a blessed day.
I got the below from the internet and I agree fully with its thought. Notice how often the word love is used and yet I am called unloving or uncaring or words to that effect. AMAZING.
True biblical separation is a matter of love: a love for God that rejects the world system, a love for the Church that will not tolerate false teachers who desire to lead the sheep astray and to devour them, and a love for the Christian brother—a love that is willing to endure even a break in fellowship in order to provoke him to do right.
I agree also Frank.
I am done with this thread, it is going round and round to the edification of none.
Have a blessed day in the Lord.

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank, whatever happened to all those questions you reckoned I never answered? Did you make that up? This is how it goes:

Frank: "Thank you John for answering my first question, now the second question is...."


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Dorcas wrote:
"They sound like John Y or Bill O'Reilly"
Well sister, I can assure you that SteveR didn't sway all of us that is for sure. There is absolutely no difference between his thoughts on catholicism and some of these other posters. You hang in there and have a blessed day.

I got the below from the internet and I agree fully with its thought. Notice how often the word love is used and yet I am called unloving or uncaring or words to that effect. AMAZING.

True biblical separation is a matter of love: a love for God that rejects the world system, a love for the Church that will not tolerate false teachers who desire to lead the sheep astray and to devour them, and a love for the Christian brother—a love that is willing to endure even a break in fellowship in order to provoke him to do right.

Going against Romans 3:8 is a question no one can answer "sister" and I have used it several times.

JohnUk, you do deserve a final response, but this the final one. When someone goes to a BG crusade and walk the isle, they are told by their counselors to go back to the RCC. On televised sermons, no one can hear what the counselors are telling these new or possible converts.


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Dolores wrote:
I almost posted about this...
Happy Advent dear sister.

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Aaron Michael wrote:
Since when had Christmas day been a Holy day ? And who authorised it?
Here at Jesuit Troll HQ, it took us hundreds of years to finally get conservative Christians to celebrate Saturnalia. We did it for the joy of watching self styled conservative Pastors shaking chubby glittered fingers calling Catholics idolators while standing next to 2 story high Christmas Trees

Its quite entertaining

Jeremiah 10:3 For the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe.

Jeremiah 10:4 They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not.

Jeremiah 10:5 They are upright as the palm tree, but speak not: they must needs be borne, because they cannot go. Be not afraid of them; for they cannot do evil, neither also is it in them to do good.


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SC,
You side with pagans quite a bit, when it comes to this holiday.You still do not understand the word "Holy". It means to set apart, hence why God considers his people peculiar people, because he has set them apart for himself. Besides, your making a grave logical error. You tout that if someone celebrates this holiday, they NECESSARILY are embracing paganism. That is a lie and rather judgmental. What is fasting? Is there a proscribed time and manner to fast, or is it left to the believer to SET APART a time to draw closer to God? I would rather join hands with a naive, possibly mistaken brother or sister than a full blown hater of God, like those you defend and side.

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All arguments can stop now. Rand Paul likes President Obama's action on Cuba Rand Just Doesn't Understand In a recent op-ed, Rand Paul argues for President Obama's foreign policy.

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Frank wrote:
Thanks for your post Dorcas. Like I said before, BG is okay, well not really okay. These spin masters are pretty good though. Deny the man, well sort of; deny his ministry, well sort of. They sound like JohnY or Bill O'Reilly.
I still can't believe anyone would support an RCC advocate.
Pr. 16:18 Pride goes before destruction,
And a haughty spirit before stumbling.
"They sound like John Y or Bill O'Reilly"

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
These spin masters are pretty good though.
Frank, you do realise there are Calviniums who will not stand on the same platform as other Calviniums, don't you? This is what happens when men say, "I am right, and all others are wrong." We learn doctrine from scripture, and get into our own little universe of theological concepts, and before you know it, we can't fellowship with anybody else. This is sad.

I was in e-mail contact with a lady who appeared on these threads for a while. Her belief was in the WCF before it was changed into the one we know and love today. And she would not have fellowship with present day Presbies. In fact she knew of only a few people in the whole of America who accepted her position on doctrine. She called herself "Mourner". Oh, what a sad state to get into!

If "Jesus Christ, the Son of God crucified for me" is insufficient for fellowship, what hope is there for today's multi-doctrinal churches?

Have you studied the doctrine of the "body of Christ" and what that means to Jesus? We are all united in him, through faith in him, by the new birth given by God. "Frank, Frank, why persecutest thou me?"


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Barry from KY | Northern KY  Find all comments by Barry from KY
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I actually read the book 'Silent Night' by Stanley Weintraub. Very moving book to read, especially if you like history. Merry Christmas to you Dolores!!!

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Since when had Christmas day been a Holy day ? And who authorised it?
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