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runethegoon | texas  Find all comments by runethegoon
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The problem with the the day age folk is they like the scripture that says " a day is like a thousand years and a thousand years is like a day with God. Even using that assumption the earth would be 6 days times a thousand years plus another five in a half thousand years. That is a far cry from millions and billions of years. You cannot fit evolution in the bible. When you attempt to, damage is done to many key doctrines, such as original sin, and the attonement and even the doctrine of Christ.

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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s c wrote:
If you recall, even Michael the archangel did not rebuke satan.
Maybe because he'd already whipped him.

Revelation 12:7-9 KJV
(7) And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels,
(8) And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven.
(9) And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.


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Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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ladybug wrote:
Dolores,
It is good to see you back. May the Lord continue to refine, grow and unite His people.
Helps, what a blessing to read your posts - may the Lord be glorified and praised!
This may not be exactly on topic, but I wanted to share this video with all, it's so touching, heart-breaking and true. It will bless you - http://youtu.be/L7owD7vErJw
Ladybug
Thank you for sharing No Man Cares For My Soul
Honestly it is convicting, and an area I know I want to grow in, and to be much in prayer and seeking the Lord in and for
and will share with brothers and sisters I believe are like minded
Thank you

News Item11/24/14 5:08 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
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My husband and myself have been without a gospel meeting place for 3 years.
We moved to this community to find like minded brethren , but to no avail.
We have e-mail fellowship once or twice a year with two pastors from the UK, that's it.
Maranatha, Lord Jesus!!

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ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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Brothers and Sisters,

It is an all too common problem, there's no fellowship within many church walls. Most fellowship is nothing more than discussing how well one's job is going, or how good one's child is doing in school. I've not found anyone within the churches I've attended who truly want to talk about our Lord, about the trials, refining and growth we go through. Or about the hardships we face; so we feel secluded, alone, rejected. Our Lord knows our heartache, His love is eternal and He is faithful. We know it will get worse for His true sheep; as the churches continue to do things 'man's way', we will be excluded. Take comfort in knowing our Shepherd is soon to come, and His love for us never fails.


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Helps | UK  Contact via emailFind all comments by Helps
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In tears wrote:
Our experience in the American churches.....we have no spiritual fellowship....gets very quiet when we want to talk of the things of the Lord. Very heartbroken in this matter. Please pray for us!
Ladybug, thank you for the YouTube link. Very sad that such an inditement should ever be levelled at the Lord's people who are supposed to be marked out for their genuine love towards each other.

I shall pray for you.

Brother Frank, thank you for your comment. Loved with an everlasting love. Who can fathom such depths?

In Tears

Praying for you.

If it helps, please do not hesitate to contact me. I've included my email address in this post. Whatever is within my power to do to help, is yours for the asking. Be assured that there are people who do care for your souls.

Brother Shane
Glad you found it a blessing.

The Lord bless you all.


News Item11/24/14 4:53 PM
Shane | socal  Find all comments by Shane
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Ladybug... Thank you for that video. It touches on a big problem for sure. As " in tears " said, it gets quiet when you want to talk about the things of the Lord. Many would rather talk of soothing things. And sadly, a conversation with a pastor has to be scheduled with a secretary. Heartbreaking.

In tears... you are not alone in this matter.


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Helps wrote:
Hi John UK, yes you've hit the nail on the head.
I often think on the apostle Paul and our Lord's words to him on the Damascus road, "it is hard for thee to kick against the pricks". What "pricks" was the Lord referring to?
I believe we get a small glimpse in Romans 16v7 where the apostle writes: "Salute Andronicus and Junia, my kinsmen, and my fellow-prisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before me".
Is it inconceivable that these relatives who are brave enough to be in prison were also bold enough to witness to an unconverted Pharisee named Saul? Could it explain his fury in wanting to imprison and kill these Christians who made gains in his own family? And how long did he bear with them before becoming angry at this new religion which sought, in his mind, to subvert the Jewish faith?
We don't read an awful lot about the Lord's dealings with Paul prior to his conversion, but glimpses such as these are precious.
Amen bro, thanks for those thoughts and biblical examples.

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ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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in tears,

How tragic! you are not alone, this is an ever-growing problem. The church I attend is so cold, so lifeless. Because of this, I find myself not going as often as I'd like. The sermons are dull, rambling and hard to follow. As for the congregation, each are caught up in their careers, their children, their pursuit of comfort in this life....

Yes, I will pray for you


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s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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Harbinger,context helps when reading what precedes and follows II Pet 2:9-11 KJV. Government seems to refer to the spiritual realm. If you recall, even Michael the archangel did not rebuke satan. The verses in II Peter 2 speak of false prophets. It's interesting that you bring this up. How many false prophets today "rebuke the devil and his demons"? Admittedly, this is something on which I have not meditated and had probably skimmed through. Thank you for bringing it up. It would seem that all Christians need to be careful to not get caught up in chasing or rebuking demons.

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ladybug wrote:
Dolores,
It is good to see you back. May the Lord continue to refine, grow and unite His people.
Helps, what a blessing to read your posts - may the Lord be glorified and praised!
This may not be exactly on topic, but I wanted to share this video with all, it's so touching, heart-breaking and true. It will bless you - http://youtu.be/L7owD7vErJw
Our experience in the American churches.....we have no spiritual fellowship....gets very quiet when we want to talk of the things of the Lord. Very heartbroken in this matter. Please pray for us!

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Shane | socal  Find all comments by Shane
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Helps uk... that last post blessed me. Thank you.

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Helps | UK  Find all comments by Helps
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Hi John UK, yes you've hit the nail on the head.

I often think on the apostle Paul and our Lord's words to him on the Damascus road, "it is hard for thee to kick against the pricks". What "pricks" was the Lord referring to?

I believe we get a small glimpse in Romans 16v7 where the apostle writes: "Salute Andronicus and Junia, my kinsmen, and my fellow-prisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before me".

Is it inconceivable that these relatives who are brave enough to be in prison were also bold enough to witness to an unconverted Pharisee named Saul? Could it explain his fury in wanting to imprison and kill these Christians who made gains in his own family? And how long did he bear with them before becoming angry at this new religion which sought, in his mind, to subvert the Jewish faith?

We don't read an awful lot about the Lord's dealings with Paul prior to his conversion, but glimpses such as these are precious.

In any event the Lord was dealing with him prior to his Damascus road experience and this much cannot be denied.

As for moniker man, he has no scripture proof and that is enough to tell me that he speaks from ignorance.

Ladybug, thank you for your kind words regarding a hastily drafted and poor testimony.


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Helps wrote:
In essence what I wanted to do was support your post about a preparatory work of the Spirit in the lives of those whom the Lord calls. I remember even before my first ever answer to prayer crying out to God to show himself to me. The answered prayer was an indicator what direction I should travel. Reading the NT created a hunger and thirst for knowing the Lord, followed by periods of seeking of Christ, sometimes halfheartedly and other times more earnestly until finally the Lord heard my cries and dealt closely with me leading to my conversion. Presumably the delay was either because I was not sincere enough or in order to test my sincerity.
I have heard it said by some that the Lord does not answer the prayers of the wicked. I have always found it difficult to believe this since the Lord heard and answered me on numerous occasions when I was still unconverted. Dear old Spurgeon used to ask if the Lord hears the cry of the young ravens to feed them (Ps. 147:9) why should he not hear the cries of those who are yet unconverted?
Lord bless.
Perhaps because you were one of His elect; known by Him from before the foundation of the world.

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Mike wrote:
Glad they found the mother. Couldn't help notice there was nothing but sympathy for her in the link report.
I agree Mike! How someone could even imagine these parent(s) are victims is beyond me. Victims need our help murderers or attempted murderers need to be prosecuted.

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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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ladybug wrote:
This may not be exactly on topic, but I wanted to share this video with all, it's so touching, heart-breaking and true. It will bless you - http://youtu.be/L7owD7vErJw
Yes.

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ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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Dolores,

It is good to see you back. May the Lord continue to refine, grow and unite His people.
Helps, what a blessing to read your posts - may the Lord be glorified and praised!

This may not be exactly on topic, but I wanted to share this video with all, it's so touching, heart-breaking and true. It will bless you - http://youtu.be/L7owD7vErJw


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Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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Helps wrote:
I have heard it said by some that the Lord does not answer the prayers of the wicked. I have always found it difficult to believe this since the Lord heard and answered me on numerous occasions when I was still unconverted. Dear old Spurgeon used to ask if the Lord hears the cry of the young ravens to feed them (Ps. 147:9) why should he not hear the cries of those who are yet unconverted?

Lord bless.

Helps UK
I greatly appreciate reading your post
It touches on something I have been considering for years
Thanks Again

John UK Wales
Hang in there my brother saint


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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No, Mike of N.Y., I'm just pointing out that a "Christian" Caliphate is entirely anti-Christian. No Muhammadan countries think they can create moralism-- The Inadequacy of Moralism

Not the Romish agenda? Let's see the newly elected GOP Catholic Governor of Nebr. supports vouchers. I don't know what he's going to do about is a death penalty is to be carried out, but the GOP Romish judges we now have on the Nebr. benches have basically neutered our death penalty. There's also a strong push for private school financing besides. No, those responsible for immorality can be associated with both political parties. I usually run out of room to put this up with stock supply to dominionists, but go read that again, Catholic Church and politics in the United States. Also I often run out of room to put this one up as well, What is Dominion Theology? (PDF)


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Shall I NOW Post The Correspondence Letters Between BOB JONES SR. & BILLY GRAHAM From The Mid/1940s-Late/1950s; Which, Can STILL Be Found (If They Have NOT Already Been 'Conveniently' Removed, Deleted, Censored &-Or Mysteriously Disappeared [Like A Lot Of My Personal Posted Comments Have On This website's 'blogs']) In The ARCHIVES &-Or 'SECRETED' DRAWER-FILES At The Mack Memorial Library, Museum & Etc. At BOB JONES UNIVERSITY, Greenville, S.C., 29614 ?

Albeit, I'll Post THIS On SATANIC~VATICAN-SERVING 'PROTESTANT'-"POPE" BILLY GRAHAM:

"A Startling Exposure--Billy Graham and the Church of Rome by Ian R.K. Paisley.

This is perhaps the best book as far as actual documentation. The book is probably rare, and not available. Ian R.K. Paisley has made it one of his projects of his life to expose [Roman-]Catholicism. Because Billy Graham works more with [Roman-]Catholics than Protestants. Paisley as a concerned Christian obviously found himself learning about Billy Graham. Ian R.K. Paisley knows first hand how powerful Billy Graham and his establishment backers are. They have a colossal publication strength to discredit any critic of Billy Graham in whatever manner it takes--even if it means Outright LIES and SLANDER."--EducateYourself.com (On
33rd+*-FREEMASON: BILLY GRAHAM) !

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