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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Lillian Kwon wrote:
He made it clear to them that he was committed to NewSpring, which he founded, and that he wasn't leaving to figure out if he's supposed to stay. His goal is to lead the church for another 20 years until age 60. That is when he wants to pass the baton to the next generation.

"Your pastor is not going anywhere," he stated, emphasizing that he is not a hireling but rather a shepherd called by God.

excerpt from, Megachurch Pastor Perry Noble Takes 2-Month Leave

Another false shepherd who is determined to keep his sheep down the wrong path! Like Driscoll, he just continues to hang around and see how much more destruction he can bring. He would be doing them all a favor if he took a permanent leave, if he isn't going to teach the Word accurately. He doesn't have to wait until he's 60 to turn his pulpit to someone new, he should do it now.


News Item1/24/15 12:43 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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dear sister ladybug. The article is about the Duggars being part of the march on Washington You stated that abortion will not be stopped by protest, pickets and platforms. So, I wasn't trying to go down a rabbit trail, I was commenting on what you were stating. If you weren't stating that such action was meaningless then I apologize for missing your point. You then stated that putting laws on the books will not change sinners and we are not called to put a stop to sin. I am fully in agreement with that statement but that doesn't mean that putting laws on the books is a worthless act. Again not a rabbit trail.

Your implication was what was being done was not being done biblically. Paul stopped a Roman examination on him by using the law system in which he lived. He saved his life by telling a centurion of a plot, again using the governmental system in which he lived. So, I am saying using the parameters of the governmental system in which we live is Biblical. It is no substitute for preaching the gospel to the lost.

We should pray that laws passed will be a help and not a hindrance to living a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.

This world is not our home, so we are to be content in whatever state in which we find ourselves.

God bless


News Item1/24/15 12:42 AM
Thomas the Doubter | here and there  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
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John you sound so much like Joel Osteen it's almost comical.

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Thomas the Doubter | here and there  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
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Pretty much

News Item1/24/15 12:31 AM
Christine  Find all comments by Christine
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Sooo.... aborting a baby is not murder but killing a pregnant woman is double murder....huh?? Seem the millstone around this country's neck has pulled us so far under the hell is just a heartbeat away... praying for our sad state of the union.

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Thomas the Doubter | here and there  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
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“Forty-two years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Roe v. Wade, a decision that protects a woman’s freedom to make her own choices about her body and her health, and reaffirms a fundamental American value: that government should not intrude in our most private and personal family matters,” Obama wrote in an official statement.
-It is NOT her body, it is the body of another distinct human being, and government has the responsibility to protect life, born or unborn. That my friends is indisputable fact.

News Item1/24/15 12:09 AM
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Jessica Dawson wrote:
I agree, may God bless you! As I'm a shut-in and am so disabled I am not able to dress myself, I live in pajamas - please pray for me!
I will pray for you as well Jessica.

News Item1/23/15 11:51 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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nat wrote:
Deuteronomy refers to cross dressing not the wearing of pants or breeches. We need to be honest here. Both men and women wore tunics back then.
I believe God called women especially to be modest in their dressing as He knew men are visual creatures. A woman can wear skirts that are tight and short and be immodest. A woman can wear loose pants that give her shape no definition.
Putting it down to whether you wear a skirt or pants would be unreasonable. I know godly women who wear pants and who wear skirts.
And it is more modest to Wear pants with a long shirt when you are doing an active activity such as hiking or playing sport.
I agree, may God bless you! As I'm a shut-in and am so disabled I am not able to dress myself, I live in pajamas - please pray for me!

News Item1/23/15 11:50 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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US,

I never stated laws were not good; I stated they cannot change sinners. Nor was my comment directed at free speech, free assembly, Paul's use of the law to speak of Christ, etc. If you don't mind, I really do not desire to go down any of those rabbit trails.

What I did state was all this will NOT save a sinner, nor will any of it stop sinners from pursuing their sins. Remember, Christ said lawlessness will increase in these last days; let's also remember the battle is a spiritual one.
Soon we will not be able to count on any law to protect us and keep society 'civil'. Society is escalating towards more lawlessness, more immoral and deviant behavior. Overall, society is becoming less and less tolerable of Christians. May God have mercy on all nations for all sins.


News Item1/23/15 11:15 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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ladybug, laws that protect life and property are good. We live in a nation where we have the right to peaceable assembly, free speech and the right to vote. That is the system in which God in His providence has placed us. Paul wasn't afraid to use the rights granted him within the system in which he operated. We know that the thief's actions proceed from his heart, but we still put locks on our doors to deter him. Even Romans 13 says rulers are to be a terror to evil and not one to good.

Strengthening and enforcing laws against abortion and human trafficking are useful and helpful.

This was the whole idea behind giving longer terms to those elected by state legislatures and not popular vote than those representatives who had to cater to their constituents because they faced a job review every two years. People marching by the thousands in support of a position should be a positive sign to the legislature to vote responsibly or face a "firing" squad at the next election. Does it work? Maybe not always but we have 2% of the population being the squeaky wheel and forcing their agenda on the rest of us, so it must have some effect.

I heartily agree we need more preaching of the gospel and the salvation of sinners to see a true change in society.


News Item1/23/15 10:51 PM
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ladybug wrote:
I agree, we should speak out against abortion, but let's do it biblically. Abortion will not be stopped by protests and pickets; hearts are only changed through the preaching of the Gospel {Romans 1:16}. Women murder their babies because they are sinners; putting laws on the books or removing them will not stop people from sinning. Let's not loose sight of that!
It's beyond tragic that children are being slaughtered in the womb, it's equally tragic that children are being violated in sex slave trades throughout the world. We are not called to put a stop to sin, but to present the only hope sinners have. God have mercy if we make sin a 'platform' to push our own agendas!
Well said sister and I agree fully. Such a wise lady.

Sermon1/23/15 10:14 PM
H Hudson | Deerfield Beach, Florida  Protected NameFind all comments by H Hudson
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The Five Solas of the Reformation
Dr. Steven J. Lawson
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“ Historical Sermon! ”
This is an excellent short picture into Martin Luther's examination of the Holy Scriptures and his clash with the Roman Catholic Church. The essentials of the Holy Scripture that we as followers of Christ Jesus should be more familiar with and cherish that we have them available in the English Language. We need these types of historical insights to get strength in our walk with the Lord.

News Item1/23/15 10:04 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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I agree, we should speak out against abortion, but let's do it biblically. Abortion will not be stopped by protests and pickets; hearts are only changed through the preaching of the Gospel {Romans 1:16}. Women murder their babies because they are sinners; putting laws on the books or removing them will not stop people from sinning. Let's not loose sight of that!

It's beyond tragic that children are being slaughtered in the womb, it's equally tragic that children are being violated in sex slave trades throughout the world. We are not called to put a stop to sin, but to present the only hope sinners have. God have mercy if we make sin a 'platform' to push our own agendas!


News Item1/23/15 10:03 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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pennnned wrote:
Unprofitable Servant, have you even read the article to this topic yet?
Source: WND, above article
"The Citizen’s Commission on Benghazi’s interim report, in a paragraph titled 'Changing sides in the War on Terror,' alleges 'the U.S. was fully aware of and facilitating the delivery of weapons to the Al Qaeda-dominated rebel militias throughout the 2011 rebellion.'”
I'm just wondering what the confusion is.
why is there no copy of the report to read and what is an interim report?

Again, you choose not to say what we should do with the information. Let just say you and all the other sources you use are correct, are you saying the CIA is purposefully training people to kill, rape and wipe out Christians in the Middle East? Are you saying the Arabs would be peace loving people except for our money? Are you saying they have no visible means of support other than us?

I have never said we have the world's best foreign policy is seems to be trial and error and all we are finding out is what not to do. (although Obama keeps failed policies going)But I get the impression you and SteveR won't be happy until the forum is anti America, anti Israel and anti "evangelicals". Am I way off base?


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Mike wrote:
Frank. Patriarch means. Fathers rule.
Which you can imagine is not popular in most feminized churches today. The patriarchal movement is men who are taking there role from there Head Christ and becoming leaders as the head of there household.
Some men have bruised this movement, and let pride and sin hijack the movement.
The Duggars are a great example of a patriarchal father trying to raise his children for the Glory Of God.
I would not agree theologically with them on some issues, but many great attributes.
I recommend a book by
Philip Lancaster.
Family Man, Family Leader.
Thanks fellow Floridian and thanks for the points you noted. A Christian sister sent me a link on the patriarchal movement and like you I found things I agreed with and things I didn't. That was kind of you to respond.

News Item1/23/15 9:34 PM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
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Frank. Patriarch means. Fathers rule.
Which you can imagine is not popular in most feminized churches today. The patriarchal movement is men who are taking there role from there Head Christ and becoming leaders as the head of there household.
Some men have bruised this movement, and let pride and sin hijack the movement.
The Duggars are a great example of a patriarchal father trying to raise his children for the Glory Of God.
I would not agree theologically with them on some issues, but many great attributes.

I recommend a book by
Philip Lancaster.
Family Man, Family Leader.


Sermon1/23/15 9:04 PM
H Hudson | Deerfield Beach, Florida  Protected NameFind all comments by H Hudson
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It Will Cost You Everything
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“ Piercing Your Heart Sermon! ”
This powerful sermon will strip you of your carnal flesh and reveal your spiritual skeleton, so to speak. If you are a true follower of Lord Jesus Christ, your real self will be revealed. If you are a half-way follower, you are living a lie with yourself. There is no parttime follower of Christ Jesus -- it's all the way or go the other way. The Lord is my Savior and I try my best to carry my cross daily, but I stumble at times and He lifts me up, but I keep going with Him. The effort can be difficult but the reward will be full. I thank Christ Jesus for dying for my sins and thank the Holy Spirit for being in me and in leading me on my path with the Lord. A penetrating message that most preachers are afraid to present in their church, much to the loss of his listeners. May God reach out to them in His own way and lead them to salvation.

Sermon1/23/15 7:44 PM
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Keep Walking in Christ
Paul Tautges
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Christ exalting, practical & edifying.

News Item1/23/15 7:21 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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idolatry exposed wrote:
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GOD's elect were chosen before the foundation of the world (Eph 1:4,5) FOR SALVATION.
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Why are these considered salvation verses?

News Item1/23/15 7:15 PM
Dean Burgon | Home  Find all comments by Dean Burgon
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that would be interesting wrote:
Would such reasoning hold up ?
The challenge becomes to identify when one has found nothing because the thing does not exist (evidence of absence - objectively negative result), and when one simply lacks proper means of detection (absence of evidence - false negative).

Sometimes we lack the right questions.

Sometimes we lack the right answers.

The Bible has the answers

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