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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
their doctrinal errors are a mute point, what they do to one religious organization they will do to all, the gay crowd and the civil authorities will not give you a break because your beliefs are orthodox
yep.

Sermon10/20/14 4:06 PM
William Lester | United States  Contact via emailFind all comments by William Lester
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Character vs. Reputation
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Great message Dave! Just what I needed for today. It reminds me of a quote by Bob Jones Sr, "A test of your character is what it takes to stop you". God bless all you do.

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Carl,

I do appreciate your sense of humor

It's noteworthy to point out that Timothy was taught by his mother, as Paul states in 2 Timothy 3:15. Timothy's mother was a Jewess, she held to the tradition of Jews teaching their children holy scripture. John Gill points this out in his commentary on that verse, "It is a maxim with the Jews, that when a child was five years of age, it was proper to teach him the Scriptures. Timothy's mother being a Jewess, trained him up early in the knowledge of these writings".


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Equivocation and a CCM musical powerhouse...enough said

Sermon10/20/14 4:00 PM
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This has been extremely helpful to me as I study out this particular subject of the third temple. Thank you.

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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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their doctrinal errors are a mute point, what they do to one religious organization they will do to all, the gay crowd and the civil authorities will not give you a break because your beliefs are orthodox

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Carl in Greensboro | NC  Find all comments by Carl in Greensboro
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Ladybug:

You're just too thorough in your research. Surely you're not suggesting that some man in the KJV camp purposely found a way to put Aquila's name before his wife's? Just kidding. I wonder if there is a man on this earth who has not been taught by a woman be it his mother, his teacher, his wife, or someone else. Just something to ponder.


Sermon10/20/14 3:38 PM
Raymond | Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Raymond
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we are 100% with you and remembering the United States much in prayer. We live in days of great wickedness and pray much that our freedom might be preserved. SOLI DEO GLORIA

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good catch sc, I found some troubling things about this 'church' revealed at http://www.gotquestions.org/Foursquare-Church.html

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They are both as the article states: ".. ordained ministers of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel."
Judgement on an ordained woman minister? I see the irony: having a problem with gender in relation to performing marriages but not having a problem with God's Word in relation to gender as far as ordination of ministers.
Plus...the many false notions which the Church of the Foursquare Gospel perpetuate...just some thoughts.

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"The Knapps now face a 180-day jail term and $1,000 fine for each day they decline to celebrate the same-sex wedding."

We knew the reprobate politicians, magistrates and bureaucrats would eventually come to this attack and discrimination against Christians. So sadly it is no surprise that the sick sodomic perverts have won the battle and Christianity is abolished in society. Real Bible believing Christians are now at the verge of criminal bigotry and prejudice by the bureaucrats in authority. But these reprobates cannot receive the truth and doctrines of Scripture so persecution of the real Christians will only increase.

In a way it is incredible that God has brought back Sodom and Gomorrah to alienate and victimize HIS disciples in society. It is almost as if Sodom and Gomorrah are getting their own back for the fire and brimstone.

Jude 7 Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire. 8 Likewise also these filthy dreamers defile the flesh, despise dominion, and speak evil of dignities.


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Carl in Greensboro wrote:
Excellent questions all!!! I (or you) do not know the particulars of this woman's ministry so I don't know if she ever teaches men (though I wonder if Priscilla kept her mouth shut while her husband did all the talking to Apollos to help correct his error). But as a husband whose business is a marriage chapel I can see her ministry very valuable especially if she is teaching the young brides in accordance with Titus 2:3-5 which is a very important ministry I would think. I don't have enough historical info to know if women were ordained in the early church to teach women but I do know that as a group the sisters who were widows and virgins had a very important ministry in the early church that would probably be of great value today. It is obvious that both Paul and Jesus had no problem with women working alongside them in support of their ministries. I think there is a lesson to be learned in Jesus SENDING Mary Magdalene with the message of His resurrection to the unbelieving cowardly men knowing that she would be laughed at.
Thanks for the response Carl! As long as we don't say "I don't know" and then build doctrine around what we don't know, that contradicts what we "do know", then we are okay.

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Carl,

You make some valid observations, especially concerning Priscilla and Aquila.I did notice Acts 18:26 does say they BOTH took Apollos aside and more accurately expounded the way of God to him. John Gill's commentary is worth noting, "from hence it may be observed, that women of grace, knowledge, and experience, though they are not allowed to teach in public, yet they may, and ought to communicate in private, what they know of divine things, for the use of others."
I also notice the KJV puts Aquila's name first, where others such as the RV, ASV, ESV, NASB put Priscilla's name first. When looking into the original language, it does appear that Priscilla is indeed listed first. Jamieson Fausset and Brown point this out in their commentary, "In what appears to be the true reading of this verse, Priscilla is put before Aquila, as in Act_18:18 [see on Act_18:18]"


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Hischappe wrote:
Spot the mistake.
The truth is that quote "Christian denominations and congregations" - Do not have a "struggle" with Homosexuality because the Bible states the true position of all authentic Christians.
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I can fully understand how someone can be a faithful Christian and tolerate a particular sin; such as homosexuality. To me tolerate means that I don’t illegally prohibit or hinder the act in question. However accepting something is altogether different. If we accept it, then we are in agreement with it. So, in your “spot the mistake” quiz, I would say that yes, the Christian church does have non-practicing homosexuals in it, but they must in fact be non-practicing. John said that whoever practices sin is not saved nor has ever been saved. So, if a Pastor stands up and says that someone can join their church if they are married homosexuals, (that would make them practicing homosexuals and would make the Pastor accepting of their conduct) I would say that Pastor isn’t saved and I would run from that congregations as fast as I could.

How did I do?


News Item10/20/14 2:51 PM
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Excellent questions all!!! I (or you) do not know the particulars of this woman's ministry so I don't know if she ever teaches men (though I wonder if Priscilla kept her mouth shut while her husband did all the talking to Apollos to help correct his error). But as a husband whose business is a marriage chapel I can see her ministry very valuable especially if she is teaching the young brides in accordance with Titus 2:3-5 which is a very important ministry I would think. I don't have enough historical info to know if women were ordained in the early church to teach women but I do know that as a group the sisters who were widows and virgins had a very important ministry in the early church that would probably be of great value today. It is obvious that both Paul and Jesus had no problem with women working alongside them in support of their ministries. I think there is a lesson to be learned in Jesus SENDING Mary Magdalene with the message of His resurrection to the unbelieving cowardly men knowing that she would be laughed at. But if I as a man was privileged to be personally sent by Jesus Himself to tell you and others that He was indeed risen from the dead I would consider that a great ministry indeed!

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Yes, that is what is great about the Catholic magisterium in Africa, they're quite normal. The abuse and rape women, a step in the right direction? But some are a little more gentler than that, though still not Christian, African Married Priests Want African Pope; Schismatic Clergy Creates New Church. Who is a Roman Catholic?

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"many Christian denominations and congregations are struggling with how to respond to rapid expansion of gay rights and legalization of same-sex marriage."

Spot the mistake.

The truth is that quote "Christian denominations and congregations" - Do not have a "struggle" with Homosexuality because the Bible states the true position of all authentic Christians.
(1) God states
Lev 18:22 Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.
God states
(2) Romans 1:22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,
23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.
24 Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves:
25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Chris, apparently this man didn't use my preferred term for so-called "gays," which of course the proper term is "queers." The article that SA has up is worth looking at, and it isn't all that long either. There is only one correct outlook on queerness, Homosexuality: A Biblical Perspective.

Helen we always wish our neighbor to the north, God's blessings.


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The great problem with the removal of Saddam Hussein was the end result which we are observing in the middle east today. Chaos!
The great problem with the removal of Gaddafi in Libya was the end result we are seeing played out in North Africa today. Chaos!

The problem of feeding arms and aid into these areas today is that the enemy ISIS is very grateful for all the help but it does anticipate another big problem in the future. = Chaos?


Sermon10/20/14 2:20 PM
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God's Way to Happiness
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Thanks for "preaching." I realize that teaching is absolutely necessary. But we've had so much teaching, much of it false, that it causes us to live separated from those who actually need to be taught DOCTRINE through preaching. Both preaching and teaching are needed to break up the fallow ground.
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