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They also sold their first computer for $666.

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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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I don't know about audible voice. God has clearly closed the canon of Scripture and the spirit of the prophets is subject to the prophets. I do believe God does His work through His people. In reading the biography of George Mueller it is clear that God directed people to specifically help the brother and his ministry. Many people will testify how God laid certain people on their heart. This is what happens when an omniscient God uses the prays and provision of His people to meet the needs of His servants.

You look at the experience of the saints of the past. John Newton wrote His name yields the richest perfume and sweeter than music His voice, His presence disperses my gloom and makes all within me rejoice. Austin Miles wrote that He walks with me and He talks with me. I would surmise this to be the witness of the Spirit of God in our hearts crying Abba Father and reflects the intimate time of fellowship with enjoy with God when we He alone is our heart's desire.

He speaks through His Word. If we "hear" from God things contrary to His Word, God is not in it. What we need is a hungering and thirsting for God in our hearts and lives so we can say with Samuel, speak Lord for thy servant heareth.


News Item10/31/14 12:07 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Troll Spotter wrote:
Should we still have apostles?

Thank you for clarifying that it is not audible. As for Frank's post, I have already responded to it. Do you find fault with my response?

John UK seems to be arguing for more than a prompting though. He appears to be arguing for intelligible words quietly spoken to us.

1. If you can find any that have the right qualifications, yes.

2. Partly...

3. For example, have you ever seen a Christian poster, with words like:

Isaiah 30:21 KJV
(21) And thine ears shall hear a word behind thee, saying, This is the way, walk ye in it, when ye turn to the right hand, and when ye turn to the left.

If so, how do you think Christians understand that?

In Frank's story about Bible smuggling (wow!) God communicated to him by his Spirit, and said, "Get ye back to the hotel, gather the Bibles together, and go hide them in your car! Quickly!"

I don't think that God is a "prompter" like you find backstage who helps someone who has forgotten his lines. The communication of God is Yea and Amen. And I believe the church wholesale has forgotten God and become man-centred and man-powered. Thus, meetings are powerless in general.


News Item10/31/14 11:56 AM
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John UK wrote:
Well TS, firstly I do not have to prove that the Bible is normative (as you call it).
Should we still have apostles?

John UK wrote:
Secondly, I have not mentioned an "audible voice", so let us deal with your misunderstanding.
I'm talking about God communicating to men. God is a Great Spirit and he does not have a tongue, and yet he can be heard audibly by men, saying such things as, "This is my beloved Son, hear ye him." How often does this happen? Extremely rarely.
If a church of 500 have in their midst five unsaved persons, and the gospel is preached. You could ask them afterwards individually, "Has God spoken to you?" Four might say, "No" but one might say, "Yes, God has spoken to me very clearly." Now they all heard the word of God (scripture), but only one heard God speaking to him. This was because God was communicating to that person. "Did you hear a voice?" "I don't know, but God very clearly SPOKE to me."
Frank's wonderful testimony is another example of what I'm talking about.
Thank you for clarifying that it is not audible. As for Frank's post, I have already responded to it. Do you find fault with my response?

News Item10/31/14 11:45 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Troll Spotter wrote:
There is a desperate conflating of all sorts of issues to justify a small audible voice, and a rather feeble accusation of a third covenant for non-normative matters, when you cannot yourself prove that every NT narrative is normative.
Well TS, firstly I do not have to prove that the Bible is normative (as you call it).

Secondly, I have not mentioned an "audible voice", so let us deal with your misunderstanding.

I'm talking about God communicating to men. God is a Great Spirit and he does not have a tongue, and yet he can be heard audibly by men, saying such things as, "This is my beloved Son, hear ye him." How often does this happen? Extremely rarely.

If a church of 500 have in their midst five unsaved persons, and the gospel is preached. You could ask them afterwards individually, "Has God spoken to you?" Four might say, "No" but one might say, "Yes, God has spoken to me very clearly." Now they all heard the word of God (scripture), but only one heard God speaking to him. This was because God was communicating to that person. "Did you hear a voice?" "I don't know, but God very clearly SPOKE to me."

Frank's wonderful testimony is another example of what I'm talking about.


News Item10/31/14 11:43 AM
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
I have to believe that Elmer would not be convinced by showing him the doctrine of the triuniy of God, plus it would be difficult given the character limit. Perhaps he is Christian Science, Oneness Pentecostal, Mormon, or as previously stated J W. Must agree with T S, he knows not the Lord. Please note in ALL previous attempts to get him to define himself and his views he has meticulously avoided answering all inquiries.
Our hope is that he is one day born again, but think that his post should be read with the realization that he is blinded to the truth.
Our hope is that he is one day born again, but think that his post should be read with the realization that he is blinded to the truth.

Amen brother, amen.


Sermon10/31/14 11:42 AM
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“ Nourishing ministry ”
A wholesome and edifying word.Thanks

News Item10/31/14 11:33 AM
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John UK wrote:
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Now please note that the Spirit's involvement was not restricted to apostles, but effectively to all men and women too.
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That was an explanation of what happened at Pentecost John. If the Spirit's manifestation then was to continue in perpetuity then why was it that Peter, after he had been to Cornelius, reported "foreasmuch then as God gave them the like gift as he did unto us, who believed on the Lord Jesus Christ.." IOW pointing back to Pentecost, even though this was some years later. Pentecost was not an event that happened daily!

Cornelius also met an angel and an apostle. Should this be normative, if every narrative in the NT is normative?

Your understanding of the New Covenant is rather strange to say the least. The wording in Jer 31.34 says of the New Covenant that, "..they shall teach no more every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying, Know the Lord". Does that mean that in the NC there are no teachers or evangelists?

To me there is a desperate conflating of all sorts of issues to justify a small audible voice, and a rather feeble accusation of a third covenant for non-normative matters, when you cannot yourself prove that every NT narrative is normative.

Should we still have apostles?


News Item10/31/14 11:28 AM
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Jamie wrote:
I don't believe that "certain poster from Nebraskaa" condones murder john yurich.
Man number 1. Says that although he doesn’t support “all” abortions, he will vote for those who do encourage, support and legitimize it. The result is millions of babies are murdered.

Man number 2. He says that he is against all abortions and will not support it in any way. He votes his conscience and the result is left to a depraved culture and millions of babies are murdered.

Now in both of the above cases millions of babies are murdered, but in God’s eyes which one of the above men are complicit in the sin of murdering the unborn. Or let’s say, which on condones the murder of children; man number 1 or man number 2.

Jim from Lincoln is man number 1 by his own admission and he does condone the murder of the unborn. The only way any of us can restrict abortions is by praying, speaking out against the practice, or in our voting. I know Jim from Lincoln doesn't speak out against it and I know he votes for those who completely support the practice. I have no idea whether he prays against it, but my guess is if he doesn't speak out and he votes for those who publicly support the practice, then he probably doesn't pray against it.


News Item10/31/14 11:04 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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I have to believe that Elmer would not be convinced by showing him the doctrine of the triuniy of God, plus it would be difficult given the character limit. Perhaps he is Christian Science, Oneness Pentecostal, Mormon, or as previously stated J W. Must agree with T S, he knows not the Lord. Please note in ALL previous attempts to get him to define himself and his views he has meticulously avoided answering all inquiries.
Our hope is that he is one day born again, but think that his post should be read with the realization that he is blinded to the truth.

News Item10/31/14 11:02 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Troll Spotter wrote:
John, why put words in my mouth when I am trying seriously to understand your point? Have I mentioned a third covenant?
TS, I am trying to help.

Here is the 2nd and new covenant:

Acts 2:17-21 KJV
(17) And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams:
(18) And on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my Spirit; and they shall prophesy:
(19) And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke:
(20) The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come:
(21) And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved.

Now please note that the Spirit's involvement was not restricted to apostles, but effectively to all men and women too.

Now if you want to say that this new covenant experience lasted 70 odd years and ended, you need to provide scriptural proof for that, and show where the 3rd covenant began. That's all.


Sermon10/31/14 11:00 AM
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Is This The Thanks He Gets
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great message!

Sermon10/31/14 10:59 AM
Grateful | City of the Great King  Contact via emailFind all comments by Grateful
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“ Powerful Sermon! ”
Of a truth our God is waiting for His own people to gain knowledge of Him so that great exploits will be done before the nations. Oh that we would have a heart after God and desire His will.

News Item10/31/14 10:57 AM
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Frank wrote:
.... Had I not moved the books, they would have been discovered...
Frank I too have had experiences such as that, and also read of such experiences in accounts of Revival. But in my case, as it seems with you too, there was no voice, just a sense of urgency to do something that popped into my head. There is no way at the time that I could have said this was of God, or indeed many times even after the event. We can but conjecture whether this was of the Lord, and if it was express gratitude for deliverance etc.

John UK seems to be arguing for more than a prompting though. He appears to be arguing for intelligible words quietly spoken to us.

Michael H

Brother, I don't mean just the bare reading or hearing, but as you say, really hearing God in the preaching, in the Word studied etc. Christians know what this is experientially even though it is hard to put into words. The best way I can describe it to say that the words cut into me, they sift me, they challenge me, they search me out. At other times they comfort me as no human comfort, they give hope etc There is a power in such an exercise to reshape my thinking, my feelings, my perspective etc. I'm left in awe, wonderment and love before God as I feel myself to be nothing.


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Jamie | iowa  Find all comments by Jamie
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I don't believe that "certain poster from Nebraskaa" condones murder john yurich.

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Yes, and a strong feeling as well, etc.

News Item10/31/14 10:28 AM
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Nothing profound here (my comment, that is), but for me, when I use the term, "still small voice", I don't mean anything audible, but rather, a strong thought, a strong, re-occurring thought, strong, intuitive thought, etc. I'm still really never sure when it's my own mind, but I figure if it lines up with God's Word, is something good to do, say, etc, then I should do/say it.

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God does speak to us! A true story.

While I was walking in a small park in Romania, I suddenly was gripped with anxiety about the books that I had hidden in my room. I wasn’t sure why, but I knew that I had to remove them from the room and put them back into the car. It is strange to describe, but all I can say is it was an urgent feeling that "could not be ignored." I went back to the hotel and loaded up the books and I took them to the car and put them into the trunk. So, now they were safely in my trunk and I felt an immediate sense of calm. I went back to the room relieved but not knowing why the urgency to move the books. Within minutes, there was a knock at the door. The maid informed me that they had made a mistake and I had to change rooms right away. She said she would wait for me. I couldn’t understand that, but sure enough, she not only waited, but watched intently to see exactly what I put into my luggage bag. She waited until I had packed everything! Then it dawned on me. The Lord had warned me about what was going to happen. The sense of urgency that I had experienced is not exaggerated and now I understood why. Had I not moved the books, they would have been discovered and either my freedom or visit would have been over.


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John UK wrote:
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You are claiming there are three covenants: the OT covenant, the 70 year new covenant, and the last covenant which is just like the second, except we leave things out.
Back later.....
John, why put words in my mouth when I am trying seriously to understand your point? Have I mentioned a third covenant?

Acts 8.26 And the angel of the Lord spake unto Philip, saying, Arise, and go toward the south unto the way that goeth down from Jerusalem unto Gaza, which is desert.

It is only when he gets there that we read:

Acts 8.28 Then the Spirit said unto Philip, Go near, and join thyself to this chariot.

I don't deny that the Spirit spoke in those days to Philip, or Paul. What I want to know is that where in the narrative do you find that this is how he would continue to speak to all Christians? We have no evidence that the vast majority of Christians even in the NT were led like this, only a very select band of men. And yet, you're arguing that this is normative for us! If all of the NT narratives are to be normative, then how does your experience measure up? Worked any miracles this morning? Had any fresh revelations? Spoken in tongues lately? And if you discount any of this, are you introducing a 3rd covenant?

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