Great Sermon! Thy word is truth. .....
Brother, if the kjv is all you need than by all means. ... use it. I pray it blesses you
To be honest, the argument for kjv only is so absurd that it's not even worth arguing about.
Jim, you should really consider scriptures like this:
"Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God."
Jim Lincoln wrote: You mean they are loosing poor insurance coverage, and will only realize that fact, Mike, when they try to use it? It's about time these bad companies were made to clean up their act, --- Five reasons Americans already love ObamaCare â€” plus one reason why theyâ€™re gonna love it even more, soon
Lies. Obamacare pushers don't care anything about facts. Their too much in love with the prez to care. Tell your "fact" to a close relative of mine, who will lose his insurance coverage at the end of the year. He and his family were quite happy with their coverage, and didn't need nanny government to tell them it was "poor" which it wasn't. Now it's going to cost him much more for the least Obamacoverage. He's what you might label lower middle class by the way, and can't afford it. You're never going to come down to earth, are you, Jim? A shame. Grownups shouldn't have to learn things the hard way.
GSTexas wrote: I once asked SteveR how a Catholic could be saved, seeing as how they believe a false gospel. He responded by quoting Ephesisns 2:8, and asked me what part of "not of yourselves" did I not understand, clearly demonstrating to me that either he does not understand that verse, or was posting subterfuge again. Funny thing is, if I only needed one verse to prove they arent saved, that would be the one! They deny the first half of the verse, and believe it is of themselves. His response smacked of either hypercalvinism, or universalism, implying that they dont have to do anything (faith, repentance), they are just saved. I dont think he meant it that way, but thats how it came off.
Ephesians 2:8-9 is a relatively simple text for a believer. But them that are without, who try to explain it, come up with all sorts of bizarre interpretations, including the Roman Catholic salvation by effort. It's amazing, but yes, they do. The reason is a lack of comprehension as to what "grace" means. A Catholic will talk of grace all the day, but they do not mean the same thing as we do. This is where they trip up and fall in the ditch.