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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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James Thomas wrote:
Saint John of UK,
Could not have said it better myself.
Accusers of the brethren are apparently in season.
Saint James, where you been, man? Hope you're all okay and enjoying life despite all the difficulties?

Yes, you're spot on about the seasons; it has been quiet for a while, but one seems bent on sending Bro Lurker to hell. Maybe the accuser hasn't heard of imputed righteousness and the eternal security of saints. Oh, let's see, that means he believes in a salvation by works and effort.


News Item2/6/16 4:44 PM
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John UK wrote:
That's it, bro. That's what I was trying to say.
There is a political mindset, and there is a spiritual mindset. Too many get caught up in the political machine, with all its excitement and drug-like (high) effects. We must needs always think biblically and spiritually.
You said it perfectly, bro. I just stretched it out a bit. I appreciate your encouragement in an earlier post.
Geff wrote:
I'd suggest you cut your lying before you go and meet the sly Devil. Liars do not inherit the kingdom of God. This is the second time you have lied, and any honest observer who isn't a Lurker groupy can see that!
I feel your pain.

Explain something, Geff:

I wrote 2/5/16 11:01 AM: "I see him as more than likely being an instrument of God for our hurt"

You altered the meaning of my quote to say: "So Cruz, the God-fearing man is "an instrument of God for our hurt"

To which I replied to TMC: "I didn't say or imply Cruz "is"...... nor do any of us know of a certainty God's will for this nation at this time."

Explain how it is you accuse me of saying Cruz "IS" "an instrument of God for our hurt" while in the same sentence I also said "nor do any of us know of a certainty God's will for this nation at this time".


Sermon2/6/16 4:44 PM
Bob Gaston | Port Orchard, WA  Find all comments by Bob Gaston
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The Lord Is My Shepherd
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Thanks, What a Shepherd, we have.

News Item2/6/16 4:40 PM
James Thomas  Find all comments by James Thomas
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John UK wrote:
That's it, bro. That's what I was trying to say.
There is a political mindset, and there is a spiritual mindset. Too many get caught up in the political machine, with all its excitement and drug-like (high) effects. We must needs always think biblically and spiritually.
Saint John of UK,
Could not have said it better myself.
Accusers of the brethren are apparently in season.

News Item2/6/16 4:38 PM
JayJay  Find all comments by JayJay
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Lurker said: "This line of reasoning presumes God's will is flexible and can be shaped by which man gets into the oval office."

God decides who gets into the oval office, so if He wants to judge us He can choose Trump, and if He wants to lift us out of judgement He can choose Cruz!


News Item2/6/16 4:32 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
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This thread is down right childish and not honoring to the Lord.
Like a bunch of silly school kids on the playground.

News Item2/6/16 4:29 PM
Geff  Find all comments by Geff
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Lurker,
I am praying that you will repent of the lies you have publicaly posted on this thread. Lying is a dangerous game, and while my last comment was too harsh, lying will take you there if you let it control your life. One of the things God hates most is a lying tongue.

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Graham Cracker | Shucking peas  Find all comments by Graham Cracker
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Frank- correct! BUT
The elder Graham ran afoul of the fundamentalists who revile Billy Graham himself as a flaming liberal.

Not so with Franklin. Father and son dynamics tend to be dicey — and even more so with a famous father. But whereas Billy Graham evolved into a world leader who found common ground with other religious traditions, Franklin continues to hew a fundamentalist line. When asked to pray at George W. Bush’s inaugural in 2001, for instance, Franklin Graham insisted in offering what many viewed as a sectarian prayer on an occasion that traditionally has called for decorum and inclusiveness. He has characterized Islam as “a very evil and wicked religion,” and in January, Graham called on Duke University donors to withhold their contributions because the university approved a Muslim call to prayer on campus. It was soon rescinded. He recently declared that all Muslims should be barred from immigrating to the US

Son not like dad
Libs like Billy better.
Franklin DOES differ from Billy in many ways

But Franklin is wrong in the areas you cite.


News Item2/6/16 4:22 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Lurker wrote:
I couldn't agree more, brother.
There is the mindset of some on this forum, and I'd guess multitudes in this nation, that Cruz is a good Christian man and if he becomes POTUS then it follows that God has it in His heart to do good for this nation and His blessings will flow again.
On the flipside, Trump is an unregenerate, dreadful man who doesn't need to ask God for forgiveness so it follows that if he becomes POTUS God's wrath will be upon this nation.
This line of reasoning presumes God's will is flexible and can be shaped by which man gets into the oval office. I'm not trying to unfairly paint a picture here but I can come up with no other answer for the militant political activism some here demonstrate.
What is missing from this line of reasoning is that God turns the hearts of kings and rulers to accomplish His will in His time. It matters not a whit who sits in the oval office..... God's will shall be done.
That's it, bro. That's what I was trying to say.

There is a political mindset, and there is a spiritual mindset. Too many get caught up in the political machine, with all its excitement and drug-like (high) effects. We must needs always think biblically and spiritually.


News Item2/6/16 4:17 PM
Love of many grows cold | Winter  Find all comments by Love of many grows cold
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Rulers have ever been tempted to play the role of father to their people. The father is the symbol not only of authority but also of provision. “Our Father who art in heaven...Give us this day our daily bread” (Mt.6:9,11). Looking to the State for sustenance is a cultic act [an act of worship]; we learn to expect food from parents, and when we regard the State as the source of physical provision we render to it the obeisance of idolatry. The crowds who had fed on the multiplied loaves and fishes were ready to receive Christ as their ruler, not because of who He was but because of the provision. John Howard Yoder has rightly interpreted that scene: “The distribution of the bread moved the crowd to acclaim Jesus as the new Moses, the provider, the Welfare King whom they had been waiting for.”

This encapsulates what I mean when I say the State has become father. Men no longer know what it means to be men or fathers anymore because the State has become father. They’re still dependent little boys who’ve never grown up. All is taken care of for them. They’ve never learned what responsibility means because the State takes care of every desire, whim and need. Men have a duty as fathers to be providers, protectors, and priests to their homes,

Father State is drafting daughters.


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Mystery of iniquity shades | Shadows  Find all comments by Mystery of iniquity shades
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there are questions about how he paid for his Harvard Law School education since, despite a claim by Michele Obama, no one has produced any evidence that he received student loans. The Obamas will not release any student loan details despite repeated requests from the Chicago Tribune. However, it appears that his Harvard education may have been paid for by a foreign source. Khalid Al-Mansour, an advisor to Saudi prince Al-Walid bin Talah, told Manhattan Borough president, Percy Sutton, that he was raising money for Obama’s Harvard tuition. Incidentally, Prince Tala is the largest donor to CAIR, a Muslim group declared by the U.S. Government in 2007 as an unindicted co-conspirator in a terrorist financing trial. At least three of CAIR’s leaders have been indicted for terrorist activities. Al-Mansour’s admission opens up speculation as to whether Muslim interests have assisted Obama’s career in the hope he would eventually be in a position someday to promote their interests.

The mystery of BHO continues

.,,everywhere one looks into Obama’s background, we find sealed records, scrubbed websites, altered documents, deception and unanswered questions...


News Item2/6/16 4:09 PM
Perry White | Metropolis  Find all comments by Perry White
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Maybe they attend churches that don't teach what Paul was teaching the Thessalonians:
I Thessalonians 4:3:

For this is the will of God, your sanctification: that you abstain from sexual immorality;


News Item2/6/16 4:06 PM
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Geff wrote:
Lurker,
I didn't add a single letter to what you posted, I just copied it before you slyly went back and changed it!
Sly devil, aren't I?

I'd suggest you cut your losses while you're behind.


Sermon2/6/16 4:06 PM
Pat Wendt | Alaska  Contact via emailFind all comments by Pat Wendt
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The Diligent Person
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Last week I made some comments about this sermon regarding pride and what made the best Christians. I want to let you know that I have a tremendous respect for you and what you say. If I sounded harsh or negative in my comments, I beg your forgiveness. I think my thought at the time was that follower far outnumber leader's. I agree that the best leader's are those with good time management skills. The best Christians are known by their fruits and following Jesus is the best thing anyone could do. My comments are bold because of the fact that I know you are a man of God and I know you are able to see and hear within His Holy Spirit!

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Perry White | Metropolis  Find all comments by Perry White
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I think Paul answered Penned's question by telling us to live a quiet life, to pray for those in authority, because this is God's will for us, and God wants all men to be saved. Check it out:
I Thessalonians 4:11:
and to make it your ambition to lead a quiet life and attend to your own business and work with your hands, just as we commanded you,

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great sermon hun.....always enjoyed hearing u preach

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John UK wrote:
If God has determined some form of judgment upon America as a nation (which I hope he hasn't but is more than likely), then the voting in of this one or that one will make no difference. Unless folks believe that God's will and judgments can be thwarted by men.
I couldn't agree more, brother.

There is the mindset of some on this forum, and I'd guess multitudes in this nation, that Cruz is a good Christian man and if he becomes POTUS then it follows that God has it in His heart to do good for this nation and His blessings will flow again.

On the flipside, Trump is an unregenerate, dreadful man who doesn't need to ask God for forgiveness so it follows that if he becomes POTUS God's wrath will be upon this nation.

This line of reasoning presumes God's will is flexible and can be shaped by which man gets into the oval office. I'm not trying to unfairly paint a picture here but I can come up with no other answer for the militant political activism some here demonstrate.

What is missing from this line of reasoning is that God turns the hearts of kings and rulers to accomplish His will in His time. It matters not a whit who sits in the oval office..... God's will shall be done.


News Item2/6/16 3:54 PM
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my question is is it God ordained for neocons to be supported by Christians while they finance jihad of syr or was it their free will? how can theology mean anything if it is never applied to our nefarious behavior?
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