Mike, I'm having a hard time digesting this new revelation. You're a lumber jack? Theres nothing wrong with lumber, but jack is short for jack rabbit, which is a rabbit, and a rabbit is the fertility symbol for isis, aphrodite, etc., so maybe you should call yourself a lumbercutter, etc.? I'm concerned about you...
John UK wrote: Roman Catholics don't understand what it means to be born again; they think it is something to do with baptism.
John UK Barna did a survey not too long ago finding out only about 1 in 4 Baptist and 1 in 3 Pentecostals knew what it is to be born again and other denominations where far, far worse. It is likely to be worse today in both Baptist and Pentecostal Churches.
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- However there are quite a few facits to the ACA, one of which these kids can stay on their parents insurance plans until they are 26. If they're working for minimum wage their cost will be probably insignificant or none at all. Remember the first word in ACA is "Afordable" while Mike of NY may not love the writer of this piece (the main question here is she truthful) Five reasons Americans already love ObamaCare â€” plus one reason why theyâ€™re gonna love it even more, soon, is that there are plenty of reasons to dumb the status quo, but are you going to have a Capitalist solution like the ACA or going to have more government controlled one like England?
I'm more narrow minded than you, Jim. Quoting lesbians to support my view just never crossed my mind. Whatever is needed I suppose.
ACA isn't free market capitalism, by the way. It is anti-market. The pres is about crony capitalism, you should know that by now. On one side there is the market; on the other, the control freak politicians and their cronies.
Your reference to 26 year olds as "kids" is duly noted. And if they are working for minimum wage, thank your leader for doing his very best to cripple the free market capitalist system.
Nobody who is Born Again and in their right mind cares that Jesus was not born in December. Nobody who is Born Again and in their right mind believe that celebrating the Birth of Jesus is unscriptural because the wise men celebrated the Birth of Jesus. Luther retained the celebration of the Birth of Jesus in the Lutheran Church.
Great Sermon! It is entirely accurate that the Hunger Game books/movies do not have a Biblical Worldview. BUT do we?
It is so easy to profess to be a Christian and yet follow the hyporcisy of the Pharisees who sought to impose an external righteousness upon others.
The fictional Hunger Game books, entertainingly can remind us to REMEMBER WHO THE REAL ENEMY IS, in these books there were two tyrannts one from the Capitol and one from the rebellious District 13
For us as believers we so need the grace of God to have the work of the Spirit and the word in our hearts so that we genuinely live by faith in Christ, our Savior and Lord, the very best of all Masters, who is worthy of being the first and foremost love of everyone who has ever lived or ever will.
Something we do not need "magistrates" to impose upon us externally but "Preachers/Prophets" to declare the Truth of Christ to us from the Scriptures
that Romans 10:13-15,17 in context would be a blessed experiential reality to us saved by God and for God.
Christopher000 wrote: What's always so crazy to me is how they hate God so much. So bold and brazen to something they know exists at some level, but Instead of keeping to themselves, they feel the need to advertise their hatred; hoping to get more on board, I guess.
Christopher000 It is not just 'atheists' who hate Jesus Christ so much, or live like they don't need Him
Look at the Book of Revelation:
Rev 3 14â€œAnd to the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write,
â€˜These things says the Amen, the Faithful and True Witness, the Beginning of the creation of God: 15â€œI know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot. 16So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth. 17Because you say, â€˜I am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of nothingâ€™â€”and do not know that you are wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and nakedâ€”18I counsel you to buy from Me gold refined in the fire, that you may be rich; and white garments, that you may be clothed, that the shame of your nakedness may not be revealed; and anoint your eyes with eye salve, that you may see. 19As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten. Therefore be zealous and repent.
What's always so crazy to me is how they hate God so much. So bold and brazen to something they know exists at some level, but Instead of keeping to themselves, they feel the need to advertise their hatred; hoping to get more on board, I guess.
Isaiah 5 20 Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
21 Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes, And prudent in their own sight!
Thank you, SermonAudio for carrying this news report reminding us of the truth of this man and his doings.
Still IMHO this issue of disinformation applies not just to those spreading praise and disinformation about Neslon Mendela like the resident of the White House Barak Hussein Obama, but to so many other areas of our lives as Christians for example:
the highly praised and popular (but don't forget ecumenical/interfaith) Billy Graham the humanly speaking nice man (but don't forget serious antiChristian Mariolotry) Francis 1 the jello on purpose Rick Warren the elastic emergents like Rob Bell
Proverbs 28 4 Those who forsake the law praise the wicked, But such as keep the law contend with them.
South Africa continues to need our prayer and so many others too
Just a thought here Jesus did not tell us that if we abide in His word we, His dsiciples indeed, would be 'polically correct' but rather that we would know the TRUTH and The TRUTH would set us free (not political terrorism, propaganda and abuse of the courts)
Myrrh (used in embalming ritual/practice of the time- His coming sacrifice Attacks on a person intead of the comment, does tjat mean you have nothing but vauge, incorrect generalities to support your oppinion, and no chapter or verse will, in context, support you?
Please stop calling people abnormal, crazy, etc., have a read of James 3. Those word uses only make you look bad, mean-spirited, and unintelligent as well as weakens your comments, even if you are right, which this time you are not.