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Ignominious Emirakan | QuoteQuoter  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Gay Allen wrote:
????? what ?????
"distinction of sexes by the apparel is to be kept up, for the preservation of our own and our neighbour's chastity, v. 5. Nature itself teaches that a difference be made between them in their hair (1 Co. 11:14), and by the same rule in their clothes, which therefore ought not to be confounded, either in ordinary wear or occasionally. To befriend a lawful escape or concealment it may be done, but whether for sport or in the acting of plays is justly questionable. 1. Some think it refers to the idolatrous custom of the Gentiles: in the worship of Venus, women appeared in armour, and men in women's clothes; this, as other such superstitious usages, is here said to be an abomination to the Lord. 2. It forbids the confounding of the dispositions and affairs of the sexes: men must not be effeminate, nor do the women's work in the house, nor must women be
viragos,
pretend to teach, or usurp authority, 1 Tim. 2:11, 12. Probably this confounding of garments had been used to gain opportunity of committing uncleanness, and is therefore forbidden; for those that would be kept from sin must keep themselves ..."
Henry
Cf Matthew Henry on the same passages you noted.
I think
You two agree
& I agree with y'all

News Item5/21/17 6:29 AM
Ignominious Emirakan | TheloDePantasHumasLaleinGlosas  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Need some help wrote:
Someone please direct me to a good online Bible study resource? I need to drill down to the original hebrew/greek wording.
http://www.sermonaudio.com/biblesearch.asp

Also- please note use of Authorized Bible avoids need to look up in Greek/Aramaic/Hebrew every time a 3rd person pronoun is used. As in Spanish, etc the classic singular pronoun "Thee "
matches the Greek- as the plural "you " matches Greek- for example
Lk22:"31And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, Satan hath desired to have
you, that he may sift
you as wheat:
32But I have prayed for
thee,
that
thy
faith fail not: and when
thou
art converted, strengthen
thy
brethren. "

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One might look this up in Greek - or thank God it is preserved accurately
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Ps29:3 The voice of the LORD is upon the waters: the God of glory thundereth: the LORD is upon many waters.
..
11 The LORD will give strength unto his people; the LORD will bless his people with peace.

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tinysa.com/sermon/519171641592
Spurgeon & Warfield on scripture

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Jn3:7 Marvel not that I said unto
thee, (Nichodemous individually told)
Ye (applies to all- not JUST Nicky )
must be born again.
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News Item5/21/17 6:14 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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One of the reasons J4 is a John lol, is because he listens to preachers who use the same technique. Because the preacher laughs at such theologians as John Calvin, the hearer feels duty bound, to avoid embarrassment, to laugh also, without really knowing why. And thus error is propagated, without anyone really studying the Bible; it becomes following a man with a big "laugh out loud".

Ecclesiastes 7:6
(6)  For as the crackling of thorns under a pot, so is the laughter of the fool: this also is vanity.


News Item5/21/17 6:04 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Ignominious Emirakan wrote:

look more specifically at the expression "God forbid", as found in the only English Bible believed by thousands even today to be the complete, inspired & infallible words of the living God - the AV
All previous English versions use this same expression, "God forbid", including Wycliffe 1380, 1395; Tyndale 1525, 1534; Coverdale 1535; The Great Bible (Cranmer) 1539, Matthew's Bible (John Rogers) 1549, the Bishop's Bible 1568, the Geneva Bible 1557, 1587, 1599, 1602, the Beza New Testament 1599 and the Douay-Rheims version of 1582.
"God forbid" is also the reading found in John Wesley's N.T. translation of 1755, the Mace N.T. 1729, Whiston's Primitive New Testament of 1745, the Worsley Version of 1770, Thomas Haweis N.T. 1795, the Book of the New Covenant 1836 (Granville Penn), the English Revised Version (of Westcott-Hort fame) of 1885, and the American Standard Version of 1901. The Douay version of 1950 has "God forbid" in Luke 20:16; Romans, I Corinthians &Galatians, The World English Bible 2000 in Luke 20:16 &Gal. 2:17, Weymouth Version 1912 in Mat. 16:22, Luke 20:16 & Gal. 6:14, RSV 1952 mt16:22&lk20:16
Molehill.

SrB also


News Item5/21/17 6:01 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Ignominious Emirakan wrote:
tinysa.com/sermon/51217202391
Spurgeon- " A Sermon to open Neglecters and Nominal followers of religion"

"There are you, sinner, clinging to your sins or to your good works. The Savior cries, "Drop! drop into my arms!" It is not doing, it is leaving off doing. It is not working, it is trusting in that work which Jesus has already done. Trust! that is the word, simple, solid, hearty, earnest trust. Trust and it will not take an hour to save you, the moment you trust you are saved. "
(Page 205 of collected sermons,vol9-10)

It is a great gospel! Thanks for the quote from Spurgeon, whose own conversion was ratified under the preaching of a Methodist lay brother, the text being...

Isaiah 45:22
(22)  Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else.


News Item5/21/17 5:15 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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We must not forget that Cuba is, in essence, a Communist Marxist country, and that has not changed despite the diplomatic recognition of it by the USA, and the deal cobbled together by Obama, Pope Francis and Raul Castro.

Such regimes do not take kindly to folks that do not wish their children to be indoctrinated in the State schools. It is a miracle that this Pastor and his wife were allowed to get away with homeschooling for so long.

We must pray for them and their children, who now, contrary to their parents wishes, while their father is in prison, and their mother confined at home, will no doubt be carted off to the State school to receive their Marxist indoctrination!


News Item5/21/17 4:07 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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Connor7 wrote:
... quite silent when it comes to inward sinfulness ...
Perhaps, we'll speak about such inward sinfulness here on the case of individuals as you, or J4J and others, who take into harassing people they disagree with, and of whom they do not have a personal acquaintance, to pronounce negative and idle judgements against their person.
Such conduct resembles the *inward* sins of bearing false witness, being an unkind busibody, and practicing uncalled for backbiting, things which the accuser of the brethren is a master of.

News Item5/21/17 3:39 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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We still do not have full Sunday opening in England and Wales, for the large shops, they have restricted hours, and may not open at all on Christmas Day, (whatever day it falls on), and Easter (or as I prefer to call it, Resurrection) Sunday.

However, there are no restrictions whatsoever on Sunday opening in small shops, and most amusements, entertainments and museums and places of interest are open without restrictions.

It is sad that we have changed in Britain so drastically in the last few decades.

I can remember as a boy, the shops all being closed on Sundays, then when I was in college, the pubs in North Wakes being closed, and the alcohol sections of supermarkets roped off on Good Friday!!


News Item5/21/17 3:31 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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God gave the day of rest for the physical and spiritual well-being of people. Without it, suffering is inevitable, which is what Apollyon wants, seeing as he is a destroyer of men.

News Item5/21/17 3:21 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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Actually, by the look of it, though Planned Parenthood is closing its last facility in the state of Wyoming, it seems that there are independent abortion facilities still continuing in that state, not directly affiliated to PP.

I also notice that in some of the many court cases recently about abortion clinics in the US fighting against basic standards, health and safety, environmental health, hospital emergency facilities, qualifications for doctors, checking facilities, ultrasounds and waiting period times, some of the clinics involved have been independent, and not part of PP.

PP may be the biggest murderer of unborn babies in the US, but tragically there are many others, and it shows the depth of the problem.

I wish all success to governors and legislators, and their lawyers, who seek to rigorously regulate, and better still, abolish these wicked facilities, the modern temples of Molech, Chemosh, and the Baals of pagan Canaan!!!


News Item5/21/17 3:06 AM
Youth in Asia | Asia  Find all comments by Youth in Asia
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Thanks! I had frustrating month, and it is reflected in my posts. Just yesterday I had 1 hour bus ride with an african Christian who said we all deserve heaven. I asked her what did she do, and she went into her own good works, and she teaches children at her church. A few days ago, a girl complained to me she was lonely and to pray for her, I told her if God makes her single forever, can she say amen and not be angry at God? She said God will never allow it such a thing, and he promise her a husband. My student from the underground church, I asked her in class if she could share what she did for Easter, and she no, because she wants to run away from persecution, that's the message they teach her at that "church" with no elders, or deacons (clue: it's not a church).

News Item5/21/17 3:05 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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At the moment, unfortunately Teresa May, is the "best of a bad bunch", as the Labour, Liberal Democrat, and in Scotland and Wales, Nationalist, and in N Ireland, Sinn Fein / SDLP alternatives are even worse!!

I believe, at present, she will not force any church minister to perform "gay" weddings, as indicated in her speech. The others definitely would, I believe, if they got into power.


News Item5/21/17 2:51 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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Looking at it again, it was the EU Parliament that criticised Ethiopia.

Perhaps they should look at Eritrea instead!


News Item5/21/17 2:23 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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Now the US Government, Senate and House of Representatives need to turn their attention to Ethiopia's neighbour, Eritrea, where the corrupt secular government there is savagely persecuting Chrustians, and indeed all religions which are not totally registered and organised by the state.

As far as I can tell, only the Eritrean Orthodox Church, the Lutheran Church and Islam are permitted, and even these are tightly regulated.

Any other religious group is savagely repressed. Christians from all other groups, and even the two permitted churches who object to this control, are inpridoned, sometimes in shipping containers, which are boiling hot in the day and freezing cold at night.

Also the people are subject to continuous and long term I'll paid military service, which caused them to neglect their livelihood.


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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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Detrimental effect on families!?! What about the impact on Sunday worship and the proper use of the Lord's day!? Even so, restraining sinners from sinning further, even if they haven't repented in belief or don't ever repent and believe, is the most kind thing anyone can do for them.

News Item5/21/17 1:17 AM
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I believe that most people who preach against the outward sinfulness are quite silent when it comes to inward sinfulness, and I think BMC is a clear example of this on many cases.

To say that jeans have an agenda without documentation is really conspiracy theorist like, this is almost substantiated when you took Youth in Asia's words out of context.

I have a serious question, If a Christian lady wears jeans as opposed to the Christian lady who wears a dress, which lady is more spiritual?


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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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It's a pleasure to see someone standing up in the public square, virtual or actual, and taking on the confused of this world. I'm sure whomever posted that comment about the tyrannical God of the OT will find him- or herself very challenged by dealing with that same God without a NT covering in the New Covenant in the blood of the Son of God -- just like any of us who don't turn and put our trust in the Son.

News Item5/21/17 12:50 AM
Connor7  Find all comments by Connor7
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Thanks Youth in Asia for the info, I was actually going to email you to see if this article was true and what is really going on down there, you are clearly doing what St. John the apostle taught, "Test the spirits whether they be of God" and you are doing just that and praise God for that.

Your questions are perfectly valid, truth is always open for examination, if someone says, "Don't examine this because it's true" then red flags ought to be going up everywhere, that's when you examine something.

John Mackay, I guess I'd say that I trust Youth in Asia, and his analysis lines up with what other missionaries say, it's not discouragement it's enlightening to know that we have missionaries and genuine Christians who can discern between true and false conversions and be honest about the situation in China.


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Need some help wrote:
Someone please direct me to a good online Bible study resource? I need to drill down to the original hebrew/greek wording.
I read, probably a year ago, a recommendation by brother Lurker and I thought I had book marked it, but have never found the link again.
If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it.
Thank you in advance.
https://www.blueletterbible.org/

News Item5/20/17 7:55 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Adriel wrote:
Apparently GOD Himself is KJVO since HE has used this version of HIS word for centuries. What is good enough for God is good enough for His true servants.
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Reminds me of something that my wife and I experienced several years ago. She was doing some sub teaching, and one of the young kids was trying to convert her to KJO. His church is one that makes it hard for sinners to be welcome, as their sign out front still attests. Anyway, he gave her a recording of a song they sing there. One line went "If the King James was good enough for Paul, it's good enough for me." I though it a bit humorous. I'm sure they thank God they are not like those sinners out there.
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