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John Yurich USA wrote:
If the RCC is a strong defender of the unborn and against abortion then why would any Evangelical Protestant have a problem getting together with Catholics at abortion clinics to try and persuade women from getting an abortion?
The risk is that ecumenism obscures truth at the expense of correct agendas

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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If the Internal Revenue Service knew that demanding that an Iowa prolife group tell them about the content of their prayers was in violation of the First Amendment Freedom of Religion then why did the Internal Revenue Service do that action?

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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1517 wrote:
For all the waywardness of the RCC, they have been the strongest voice for the unborn unfortunately.
If the RCC is a strong defender of the unborn and against abortion then why would any Evangelical Protestant have a problem getting together with Catholics at abortion clinics to try and persuade women from getting an abortion?

News Item7/31/15 8:58 AM
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Sf wrote:
What if Mark 16:9-20 really don't appear in the originals.....Any thoughts?
There are no originals available.
A broad perspective about this issue provided in
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=513101536240

News Item7/31/15 8:54 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Christopher000 wrote:
Thanks John. Not always easy being completely honest because it tends to invite accusations of not really being saved, daring to question God, and being faithless, etc.
Yes indeed, Christopher. It's sad to say that many church fellowships live in a sort of a religious dream world, which seeks to divorce itself from reality and just play the game of church.

For example, I have seen a group of charismatics in Somerset, England, many of whom followed the charlatan Kenneth Copeland. Because of his erroneous teaching on health and the need to maintain "faith" in order to be healed, you could ask any one of them, "How are you today?" and they would always reply, "I'm fine," even if they were suffering severe depression. Nonsensical.

As for tragedy, especially among those who love God and worship him. In mine own experience, at a time when I was being assailed by devils, ill health, spiritual darkness etc., it was at that time that the Lord revealed to me a most important truth, namely, that "God is Good". That has helped me enormously, and has never left me. It is when I know that God is good, I can mourn tragedy without falsely accusing the Lord.


News Item7/31/15 8:50 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Weeping wrote:
Jesus pizza???? what kind of blasphemy for popularity will they come up with next???
God allowed them to be chastised with a boot out the door for a reason.
the address 646 3rd St, Penrose, CO 81240
Why use the crossroads occult signature?
Why call themselves a cowboy church?
They are rotten and this is what God does to punish an evil people.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossroads_(mythology)
So Cowboy Church at Crossroads in Penrose Colorado is an evil and unbiblical church? Take a look at their website and it states they believe in and preach the biblical doctrine of salvation that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as Savior and trust in Him alone for salvation. And take a look at their beliefs statement also. Check out the beliefs of a church before stating they are an evil and unbiblical church.

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Christopher000 wrote:
having the faith to move mountains is a thing of the past ... Sometimes I just feel like we have been left completely alone ...
1. Mountains in Scripture can represent any huge challenge.
See Jr 51:25
“Behold, I am against thee, O destroying mountain, says the LORD, which destroys all the earth: and I will stretch out mine hand upon thee, and roll thee down from the rocks, and will make thee a burnt mountain”
Ze. 4:7 “Who art thou, O great mountain? before Zerubbabel thou shalt become a plain: and he shall bring forth the headstone thereof with shoutings, crying, Grace, grace unto it.”

2. Denied prayer requests work for our good. Rom 8:28
“... it was given to me a thorn in the flesh, … lest I should be exalted above measure … For this thing I besought the Lord thrice, And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness.” 2 Cor 12:7

3. Whimsical or self-will plans do not always correspond with God’s ideas. “My thoughts are not your thoughts, … my word … shall accomplish that which I please” Is 55:8-11

4. A believer may be called to act in trust
Joh 13:7 “What I do thou knowest not now; but thou shalt know hereafter.”


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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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I'm well aquainted with drug abuse, and addiction, along with the underlying signs of addiction,.signs of active use, etc. I was a long time abuser and dealer of various drugs in a past life and am very familiar with addiction, so I don't fit into the "if you were familiar" , or "you have no idea" camp by any means. Don't assume you know people that you've never met or have a line on what people do or don't know.
Like I said, I have no doubt that it happens, but to say "many" pastors hereat SA.is pretty broad amd based on what? I'd be happy to give my thoughts on a couple if you want to link to them.

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Probably more cat lovers than baby lovers in this country
Why would anybody in their right mind care that some stupid Lion was killed? God gave man dominion over the animals. Morality in this country is turned upside down if there is more concern for some stupid Lion over unborn babies being murdered.

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lLove Lions-they taste great wrote:
Funny timing on the Outdoor Channel
show series
"SASQUACH"
featuring a hunt
of a
Mountain Lion.
The host, an authentic American Mountain man, and his buddy with Lion hunting dogs go out and
Track it
Tree it
Shoot it
track it.
Skin it
Eat it.
Make a rug.
(it was an old lion & ready for harvest)
Then the host hunts another lion into
a tree, sees it looks like young enough to be a breeding lioness,
and lets it live to perpetuate the species.
Gen.1:26
"And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth."
stewardship.
They news cycle just happens to show
how vastly the perspectives differ on hunting in the Disney "Lion King"
mindset vs.
classic conservationist lifestyle.
Yes, the hunters really like lion meat:
tastes like sweet pork.
And we've all seen the cool Lion rugs.
But I can see people getting upset at their 'pet' cat getting killed from
lazy tour guides getting the dentist in trouble.
Man has made food his pet and make cars instead of riding horses.

Eat bugs and be healthy.


News Item7/31/15 8:28 AM
lLove Lions-they taste great | Outdoor Channel  Find all comments by lLove Lions-they taste great
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Funny timing on the Outdoor Channel
show series
"SASQUACH"
featuring a hunt
of a
Mountain Lion.

The host, an authentic American Mountain man, and his buddy with Lion hunting dogs go out and

Track it
Tree it
Shoot it
track it.
Skin it
Eat it.
Make a rug.
(it was an old lion & ready for harvest)
Then the host hunts another lion into
a tree, sees it looks like young enough to be a breeding lioness,
and lets it live to perpetuate the species.
Gen.1:26

"And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth."
stewardship.

They news cycle just happens to show
how vastly the perspectives differ on hunting in the Disney "Lion King"
mindset vs.
classic conservationist lifestyle.

Yes, the hunters really like lion meat:
tastes like sweet pork.
And we've all seen the cool Lion rugs.
But I can see people getting upset at their 'pet' cat getting killed from
lazy tour guides getting the dentist in trouble.


News Item7/31/15 8:15 AM
Weeping | Horrified  Find all comments by Weeping
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Yes many, so many, if you were familiar with drug abuse and if you understood any one can use allergy medication or antihistamines before a sermon, why wouldn't they?
You have no idea, google drug addicted pastors and read up.

Drug addiction disqualifies a pastor, just like sex addiction, or embezzlement.

1 Timothy 3:2
A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach;

Dave, are you a pastor of a church, a shepherd of Gods flock?
May God Bless you and Keep you during your time of struggle, but you had better not be a pastor doing this.

cocaine sniffles are different then normal runny nose sniffles, quite different, a trained ear can discern.
https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=cocain%20sniffles


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Comment:
There is much to learn from Christ handling the Rational critics of his day, the Pharisees/Sadducees/scribes. Their questions and discussions aimed to “entangle him (Jesus) in his talk…. “ In other words, their approach did not intend an earnest pursuing of truth.
However, “… Jesus perceived their wickedness” Mat 22:15-46

Remarkably, the Critics of Jesus day, are not only wooed in Scripture as fools and blind, but as sons of hell. By omitting “judgment, mercy, and faith”, their calculations continually burst into twisted speculations or sophistry. Mt 23:15 &23 and Mat 22:15-46

The Pharisaical critics excelled in self-made reasoning/opinions, but were ignorant of the essence of God’s interests in the Scriptures.

Jesus warned them,
“Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures,
nor the power of God.”

Regretfully one can trace parallels. When assessing sources in the current Critical camp, one attests a similar obfuscating spirit, rather than the elevation of truth.


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Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
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We all struggle, I'm really struggling atm, that doesn't make us faithless,
God Bless

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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Weeping from Horrified writes:
I wish they would post news articles about drug addicted pastors, so many pastors posting sermons on this site with cocaine sniffles, people need to be educated so they can do something about it.

Why do you assume they are on a coke high while preaching over having a cold or allergies, etc. I'm not sure anything like that ever entered my mind while hearing someone sniffle. Not that it can't happen, I guess, but to use the word "many"?


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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Thanks John. Not always easy being completely honest because it tends to invite accusations of not really being saved, daring to question God, and being faithless, etc. The types of examples, among others, that really get me going at times are, for instance, a 6yr old litle girl at a Wednesday night bible study with her parents. The little girl goes off to the restroom by herself. As she is about to go in, a taxi driver who stopped in quick to use the churches men's room, is.coming out and sees her. He happens.to be a pedophile, sees nobody around.and abducts her. The parents begin to search for her because she should have been back, but can't find her. Frantic, they call the police.and.the search begins. A patrol car notices a little shoe lying next to a dumpster so he decides to take a look. Inside, he finds the little girls nude, mutilated body. She had been raped, sodomized, and then strangled to death. True story and only one of the many attrocities that happen each day around the world. Tjings like this are so upsetting and I often wonder how God, and maybe an angel standing near don't intervene. No, I don't know the mind of God or His purposes, but I just wanted to provide one example of what brings certain queations to mind.

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Jesus pizza???? what kind of blasphemy for popularity will they come up with next???
God allowed them to be chastised with a boot out the door for a reason.
the address 646 3rd St, Penrose, CO 81240
Why use the crossroads occult signature?
Why call themselves a cowboy church?
They are rotten and this is what God does to punish an evil people.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossroads_(mythology)


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The Lord knows and hears your prayers Christopher,he knows your heart brother,he may be refining you, find comfort in this mate,in all things give thanks to god,.
Am prayin for you,

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I wish they would post news articles about drug addicted pastors, so many pastors posting sermons on this site with cocaine sniffles, people need to be educated so they can do something about it.

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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Dave from oz writes:
"Just like the pope is a good Christian."

Wait a second...are you saying he's not, Dave? The holy father(s) are appointed by the Holy Spirit Himself as He inspires the magisterium to make their selection through Him before releasing that much anticipated white puff of smoke to announce Christ's new representative on earth has been selected (by God Himself). The Holy See is like having Christ Himself before us and without him, we would only have the bible to guide us, which is not sufficient, so we would all fall.
Yeah, just joking. I.actually had high hopes for this particular pope. Being the rebel he is (was), I had a small sliver of hope that he might, just might, set a few thing straight.

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