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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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http://lorrab.wordpress.com/2014/08/22/chicago-a-top-terror-target-ominous-tweet-connects-isis-threat-in-city/ (Chicago A Top Terror Target; Ominous Tweet Connects ISIS Threat In City) Not only is Pres. Obama from Chicago, Jim Foley was a graduate from Northwestern U. So, we could even have more problems in the future?

News Item8/22/14 8:56 PM
Steve Bounds | UK  Find all comments by Steve Bounds
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s c wrote:
One will invite demonic oppression in if they open the door to it or if they are neutral/silent in response to it. There are spirits that can come in through negative, demonic elements that is why there is not to be so much as a hint of that which is coarse associated with a Christian. If one thinks that negative tv is of little avail, they need to read their Bibles. I am kind of curious now as to what some of you would warrant for some kind of boundary setting in this type of marriage. Since immorality on the tv doesn't, then what? And how does one know where to set the standard? If one makes allowances for the tv, where is it okay to draw the line? How "bad" does it have to be? Clearly, and not surprisingly, there is demonic oppression. A Christian doesn't just speak "in the name of Jesus" and make it go away. There are other principles which God has given us in the Bible when faced with such and opening the door to them and idly sitting by while they wreak havoc isn't one of them.
You have limited biblical knowledge and that's why you keep writing unintelligible nonsense.

My advice to you would be to learn quietly. If you are married, speak to your husband. In the meantime, stop trying the patience of the saints here.


News Item8/22/14 8:42 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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One will invite demonic oppression in if they open the door to it or if they are neutral/silent in response to it. There are spirits that can come in through negative, demonic elements that is why there is not to be so much as a hint of that which is coarse associated with a Christian. If one thinks that negative tv is of little avail, they need to read their Bibles. I am kind of curious now as to what some of you would warrant for some kind of boundary setting in this type of marriage. Since immorality on the tv doesn't, then what? And how does one know where to set the standard? If one makes allowances for the tv, where is it okay to draw the line? How "bad" does it have to be? Clearly, and not surprisingly, there is demonic oppression. A Christian doesn't just speak "in the name of Jesus" and make it go away. There are other principles which God has given us in the Bible when faced with such and opening the door to them and idly sitting by while they wreak havoc isn't one of them.

News Item8/22/14 8:23 PM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
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My two mites Christopher...
Win her by your life. Pray and live; that is your basic witness.

News Item8/22/14 8:09 PM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Hello sc, hope all is well.
Proverbs 25:28
He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down, and without walls
So, yes boundaries are important. But the Biblical principle for winning the lost spouse is one of living the right kind of life in front them not demanding they live it for you.
The article you referenced does not in any way address what Christopher has posted. I agree with Watermelon your examples are not in the same ball park as what our dear brother referenced. Things don't always fit into neat little packages with abc solutions. Your emphasis might work for you but not fit another.
Your boundary was for Christopher to tell his wife to stop watching whatever show it was. So, the question is, stop watching the show or what? The article clearly teaches that boundary violations have to have consequences. What consequences do you suggest Christopher have for his wife if she ignores (as he implies she would) his boundary?
Great post bro!

You have a way with words and a gracious manner to boot.

God bless you!


News Item8/22/14 8:06 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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MS wrote:
There is no "right"solution for Christopher to be found on a news forum board.
Prayer to God by him and his brothers and sisters in Christ is the biblical way.
I agree with Observer this is not a matter for a public forum debate.
This is not God honoring for Christopher or his wife to be discussed like one of Sermon
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Do hope that Christopher will contact one of his brothers in Christ by private mail.
If s c is female, she is way out of bounds in giving marital advice to a man.
If there is no "right" solution to be found on a news forum board, perhaps we might consider taking a radical position, and allow Christopher to decide what he is willing to discuss openly, rather than deciding it for him.

News Item8/22/14 7:52 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Mike, they use different names because as the article that SA put up itself, people wanted common core, they just wanted it under a different namebeing the United States of America, the citizens want a united standard. I don't think any commentary I put up on common core was gushing over it except for they United States Chamber of Commerce videos. this article controversies in the common core program,ballotpedia.org/Understanding_%22Common_Core%22:_Standards_and_Backlash> (Understanding "Common Core": Standards and Backlash)some of the r the kiddies weren't that brilliant--and neither were some of their teachers.
colleges and businesses are just getting fed up with getting ignoramuses who should have been educated properly through the years, and it isn't something they are supposed to give remedial education.
Whatever you need to maintain the illusion, Jim.

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News Item8/22/14 7:49 PM
MS  Find all comments by MS
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There is no "right"solution for Christopher to be found on a news forum board.
Prayer to God by him and his brothers and sisters in Christ is the biblical way.
I agree with Observer this is not a matter for a public forum debate.
This is not God honoring for Christopher or his wife to be discussed like one of Sermon
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Do hope that Christopher will contact one of his brothers in Christ by private mail.
If s c is female, she is way out of bounds in giving marital advice to a man.

News Item8/22/14 7:33 PM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
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In my opinion, if Chris was to throw the tv out of the house and tell his wife no more tv, she would probably be so bewildered, that it would actually do more harm to their marriage than good.

News Item8/22/14 7:29 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Ah, SteveR, giving people a hard time again for pointing out, Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron? (Yes!). You might also want to get a little more sophisticated in your anti-Semitic attacks as well. You know like --some-- British, It's Britain, So the Antisemitism Is More Refined. Another excellent article that WSJ has opened up to non-subscribers

News Item8/22/14 7:28 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Hello sc, hope all is well.
Proverbs 25:28
He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down, and without walls
So, yes boundaries are important. But the Biblical principle for winning the lost spouse is one of living the right kind of life in front them not demanding they live it for you.
The article you referenced does not in any way address what Christopher has posted. I agree with Watermelon your examples are not in the same ball park as what our dear brother referenced. Things don't always fit into neat little packages with abc solutions. Your emphasis might work for you but not fit another.
Your boundary was for Christopher to tell his wife to stop watching whatever show it was. So, the question is, stop watching the show or what? The article clearly teaches that boundary violations have to have consequences. What consequences do you suggest Christopher have for his wife if she ignores (as he implies she would) his boundary?
Thanks, US for bringing the discussion back to Christoper's situation. May it stick.

News Item8/22/14 7:19 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Hello sc, hope all is well.

Proverbs 25:28
He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down, and without walls

So, yes boundaries are important. But the Biblical principle for winning the lost spouse is one of living the right kind of life in front them not demanding they live it for you.

The article you referenced does not in any way address what Christopher has posted. I agree with Watermelon your examples are not in the same ball park as what our dear brother referenced. Things don't always fit into neat little packages with abc solutions. Your emphasis might work for you but not fit another.

Your boundary was for Christopher to tell his wife to stop watching whatever show it was. So, the question is, stop watching the show or what? The article clearly teaches that boundary violations have to have consequences. What consequences do you suggest Christopher have for his wife if she ignores (as he implies she would) his boundary?


News Item8/22/14 7:19 PM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
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s c wrote:
Talk about making up scenarios...observer, blah blah blah
Neither you nor that website answer any of the questions that I or bro John UK or Watermelon have posed to you.

So that everyone here can see what a knowledgeable Christian you are, do us all the kindness of answering the questions biblically please.

Christopher0000

Bro, I tried to PM you, but it bounced. Has your email address changed?


News Item8/22/14 6:53 PM
You're comparing apples | to Watermelon  Find all comments by You're comparing apples
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s c wrote:
It doesn't have to be in front of a child. The point still sticks. That's why there is demonic oppression. There is a principle of that which one is subjected to and what consequently entails. That's why Job would not put anything evil before his eyes. watermelon, do you put anything before your eyes? Are you the product of cheap grace? You cannot understand the concept of boundaries?
Are you always so accusatory in your posts? If someone doesn't agree with you then they get accused of loose living and cheap grace. Looks like someone needs to set a boundary of ministering grace to her hearers.

News Item8/22/14 6:32 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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Talk about making up scenarios...observer, maybe you shouldn't try to read anything else,it may be incomprehensible to you as you don't seem to be able to correctly understand what I communicate. Considering what position it would put you in, I can understand why you might be so vehemently against checking out the website. I am wise enough to know that the answer is always in the Bible. I have tried to answer your questions and direct you to a place that is more thorough than I can be here which uses Scripture to warrant the response which I had given to Christopher.You,however, have yet to answer mine.And,"that piece of inspiration", as you call it is Bible. Lots and lots of Scripture taken into context to address a specific question trumps whatever Scripture or advice you can offer taken out of it.
One may direct another Christian to a website if that website is Biblically sound. You never listen to a preacher or check out Christian websites? Is it just your take on the Bible that has value? Don't you know that Scripture is of no private interpretation? I,as a Christian,can know whether or not what is given as an answer from another source or from a source which uses Scripture is in line with the Bible or not. The Holy Spirit is very key in this endeavor.

News Item8/22/14 6:22 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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PN, one problem with this new denomination is that they allow women preachers. since retirement funds are usually based at least in part on the value of the property that a church denomination owns, there is a good chance they would have to pay something.

Penny, one of the better opinion pieces on Zionism was published in The Wall Street Journal it is well worth reading. In Defense of Zionism. The Wall Street Journal made this excellent opinion piece public. I'm glad that they did it. Because one of Israelis own wrote it. How long it will be public is anyone's guess.

I am rather surprised that I put up this one before with a slightly different title. I am even more surprised that that one is visible without any . But, it is still a good article and well worth mentioning. Besides I was able to get PN's questions somewhat answered.


Sermon8/22/14 6:04 PM
Justin Ray Bernal | Merriam, Kansas  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Justin Ray Bernal
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The Briefing 08-20-14
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“ Great Sermon! ”
 Jewish holiday of Purim, from the Book of Esther is a prime biblical example you should speak of and if not understood correctly it could easily be mistaken for an old testament "purge". We would love to hear your response in comparison. Thank you we love The Briefing.

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s c wrote:
I have already read and tested the answer on the website against Scripture. I can vouch for it. I recommended this to Christopher because it is very biblically sound. I'm hoping that he will be interested enough to check it out. This,by the way, "observer" who seemingly is only interested in "being the hero" was supposed to be for Christopher's best interest not as an exercise to boost your "ego".
My gender is really irrelevant in the matter. I am a Christian though!
Your gender is irrelevant is it, when trying to advise Christopher? Nor does it matter what makes you think yourself qualified to do so? How very biblical that is. No boundaries required here, eh? And we're to believe that this has nothing to do with your ego? Hmmm

Well, if you've vetted the article, we best all comply with your instruction for us to go off and read that piece of inspiration.

Good question bro John UK. Maybe SC will add that to the list of questions that he/she can disdainfully dismiss.

Late edit: Ok SC I read the article. Care to point out where in the article it says husbands are to chase down their unconverted wives at home by unilaterally setting boundaries?


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“ Another Great Sermon! ”
Spurgeon gets right to the matter of how to represent Christianity. Very tough to see where we stand in the battle. The speaker does a great job!

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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s c wrote:
I have already read and tested the answer on the website against Scripture. I can vouch for it. I recommended this to Christopher because it is very biblically sound. I'm hoping that he will be interested enough to check it out. This,by the way, "observer" who seemingly is only interested in "being the hero" was supposed to be for Christopher's best interest not as an exercise to boost your "ego".
My gender is really irrelevant in the matter. I am a Christian though!
sc, if you really thought Christopher was being oppressed by devils, why did you not simply tell him how to get rid of them? Or don't you know yourself?
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