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News Item9/30/17 6:37 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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1011NOW wrote:
After a Nebraska Supreme Court hearing, four liquor stores closed down permanently. In a town of less than 20 people, the sales and consumption of alcohol in the area of Whiteclay is now prohibited.
“The beer stores closing has changed my life because now I can get sleep,” said Abram Neumann, WhiteClay Resident. “Now, there isn’t the same late night partying and fights that their use to be,”

Residents feel that with the liquor stores closed, it will bring positivity back into their area. They can freely walk the streets without the risk of drunk drivers.

--Whiteclay community reacts to Supreme Court's decision

News Item9/30/17 6:06 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Read the article. She's doing it to spite her ex-husband.

News Item9/29/17 7:38 PM
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ABC News Radio wrote:
-- An 894 foot-long U.S. Navy floating hospital, said to have one of the largest trauma centers anywhere in the United States, is heading to Puerto Rico.

The USNS Comfort, which can hold as many as 65 civil service mariners and 1,215 Navy medical personnel, left Norfolk, Virginia, on Friday to help bring relief to the U.S. territory devastated by Hurricane Maria.

U.S. officials estimate it will take the Comfort, which has a maximum speed of about 20 miles per hour, up to a week to sail to the island. The ship's personnel received orders Tuesday to help with disaster relief in the territory.

--Puerto Rico to get aid from the Navy's 900-foot long floating hospital, the USNS Comfort

Excellent A lot of people are being punished from the slow response - - not the Navy itself but it's emergency leadership.

Go listen to the sermon, Mike. The Role of God in Natural Disasters

Dr. Rugh is good expounder of the Word.


News Item9/29/17 3:00 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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ladybug wrote:
Jim L, [lbug!]
You need to put away your 'god', your idol, the Dem [Greedy Old Party!] party and politics. You need to repent of your wickedness of supporting a Satanic agenda that pushes death and control of the masses. Remove the log from your own eye before you worry about the spec in others...
Pontificate to yourself lbug. This fellow had some of the same ideas I did, but I left it with the Nixon fiasco, Why I left the Republican Party. As I pointed out so many times, I'm a political Independent and I am evern registered as such.

But since you're here lbug here is a very interesting article about hospitals, Thinking About Health. I see it references a Wall St. Journal article, but this one should be easier for people to access.


News Item9/29/17 2:50 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Harry gave a good secular answer, may we hope that he and his whole family come to know, http://tinysa.com/295293 (Happiness Is... #1) It's at least a two part sermon--if not a couple of more parts.

News Item9/29/17 2:32 PM
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Lady_Virtue wrote:
Hefner's mocking of God's institution of marriage and family {Hebrews 13:4} and his objectification of women makes my skin crawl. Still, I am quite saddened about his passing outside of Christ and the fact that there is no hope for him now.
Hugh did more evil than many knew.
S. Michael Craven wrote:
You may be surprised to learn that the initial efforts to advance no-fault divorce legislation were underwritten by Hugh Hefner through the Playboy Foundation, which financed an army of young lawyers working to advance these antifamily policies. Let's see…America's largest pornographer working to rewrite public policy related to the family? There's something seriously wrong with this picture! Alfred Kinsey also played an instrumental role in reducing these legal protections by falsely reporting that adultery was commonplace in most marriages. This reduced the stigma associated with adultery and ultimately served as the basis for eliminating all laws against adultery. Hefner and Kinsey both saw marriage as the final barrier to sexual freedom and thus determined to remove its inhibiting influence upon unrestrained sexual activity.
--No-Fault Divorce...

News Item9/29/17 2:17 PM
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Dr. James Emery White wrote:
What is a cult of personality?

It’s when a person becomes the center of attention rather than Christ; an individual looms larger than a mission; a figure is given more status than the organization itself.

... consider the following ten signs, in no particular order, of a cult of personality at work in a local church:

1. The demand for special treatment, special honor, special recognition....

2. The website is focused on an individual. A person’s quotes, their picture....

3. No one is allowed to question the leader without retribution....

4. If the leader were to leave, die, or fall into scandal...the entire enterprise would collapse....

5. The line between “look at what God is doing” and “look at what our leader is doing” is almost non-existent....

6. The name of the leader and the name of the church are inseparable....

7. Image is paramount......

8. There is no sense of team leadership,...

9. The person travels in an entourage.

10.Their speaking/teaching often revolves around themselves....

--The Cult of Personality

Just avoid churches like the above.

UPS, using the android app? then you missed the link to the CNN article. I


News Item9/29/17 2:10 PM
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Congressional Rep. Scalise is a Catholic, unless he has had a change of heart, e.g.,
Wikipedia wrote:
In 2002, Scalise was a speaker at a convention for the European-American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO), a group which was founded by David Duke. This was revealed in 2014, after political blogger Lamar White, Jr. uncovered anonymous comments from 2002 on Stormfront, a white supremacist website, which made reference to Scalise as a 2002 speaker at the convention....
[But!]
Scalise apologized for speaking to the group saying, "It was a mistake I regret, and I emphatically oppose the divisive racial and religious views groups like these hold."
--http://tinyurl.com/ybxweuny

You can look at the rest of Wikipedia article about him, but it is certain he does have to Come Out of the Catholic Church


News Item9/29/17 9:52 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Unless he made some changes in his life that deal with eternal salvation, we hope the Congressman will make a Pilgrimage From Rome

News Item9/29/17 9:37 AM
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You mean, Mike and UPS, there is a danger cutting the deficit? Well I have seen articles about that. You guessed it, Forbes, The Big Danger In Cutting The Deficit. The United States very rarely had a balanced budget, and according to this gentleman it wouldn't be a good idea anyway as stated in his article that was written during the Obama Administration.

By the way, Mike, Ronald Reagan was a RINO! Taxes: What people forget about Reagan. He had tax increases! He spread the pain around.

Dr. Tim, almost all my remarks apply to mega-churches, whose have a membership of 1000 adults or more. Smaller churches generally don't have the problems that are addressed by ECFA, Problems any church can resist by not having a cult of the personality, and bt being transparent in their finances. I think the ECFA is a organization aimed at large churches and religious organizations.


News Item9/28/17 7:26 PM
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ABC NEWS Radio wrote:
"I'm definitely a living example that miracles really do happen," Scalise said.

Scalise said the shooting changed him "but not in the ways you might think."

"It's only strengthened my faith in God, and it's really crystallized what shows up as the goodness in people,"

--Congressman shot in Virginia returns to House floor, thanks cop who saved his life: 'You are my hero'

I certainly hope that Congressman Scalise has come to realize that it's not true that http://tinyurl.com/zb3tfm3 (Is the One True Church Roman Catholic?)


News Item9/28/17 5:04 PM
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Yes, the Warren Buffett who supports abortion with millions of dollars. This has no effect on his business sense or --some good-- ideas on government. However, Dr. Tim, I'm happy to see that you didn't vote for Donald Trump, since personal morality is important to you.

Mike, the pastor, should have picked from verse just before the ones he gave.

2 Corinthians 2
17 For we are not like many, peddling the word of God, but as from sincerity, but as from God, we speak in Christ in the sight of God.---NASB

Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra wrote:
Tidal Wave of Hurt

The collapse of Mars Hill released a tidal wave of hurt, disillusioned people. Many quit Mars Hill; some quit church or Christianity altogether. Hundreds limped into other area churches, asking about church bylaws and pastoral pay structures before even introducing themselves.

--http://tinyurl.com/yccuw6ul (Seattle Reboot: Life After Mars Hill)

I may have to make a serial out of the above article, though I'll try to attach to one of the Mark Driscoll threads, really quite good.

Absolutely no reason a pastor should disclose his pay, unless it is so obscenely high, he would be run.


News Item9/28/17 4:17 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Dr. Tim, I will try to refrain from putting an URL here much as I'd like to do one from a source about the new tax proposals. Unfortunately in those new proposals there's nothing about raising the taxes of the wealthiest which people such as Warren Buffett pointed out it should be done. But we can't have all these rich politicians having to pay even more taxes since they want to pay less.

This article is meaningless, because sometime the record for how much taxes are collected would be broken anyway - - unless we entered a serious depression. So, yes, we actually need more taxes, especially from the plutocrats who infest our government.

There is nothing anti-church about pastors making public what they get for income. It isn't Christian is that they try to cover it up!

Quoting from the article and the Bible,

2nd Corinthians 8:20 We are avoiding this, that any man should blame us concerning this abundance which is administered by us. 21 Having regard for honorable things, not only in the sight of the Lord, but also in the sight of men.


News Item9/28/17 3:59 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
Unless Hefner repented and surrendered his life to Christ before he passed away then he is burning in Hell for all eternity. Speaking of divorce. One of the Elders of that Baptist Church I attend got divorced and remarried before he got saved. So his divorce and remarriage was forgiven by Jesus when he got saved.
Interesting comment on a couple of things, John. Correct on Hugh Hefner, in fact I believe Huey was a son of a pastor, it didn't seem to make an impression on him then.

Hmm, your elder is in an iffy position, It's great to show a person can be forgiven, it would be impossible for him to be an elder/pastor if this divorce happened after he became a Christian


News Item9/28/17 3:38 PM
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Mike wrote:
Good to know the judge said the atheist Freedom From Religion Foundation had no standing to bring the suit. Since they were not seeking 501c3 exemption for themselves, but were merely trying to eliminate it for someone else, they were suffering no injury from defendants, thus had no complaint. Good for the judge.
Mike,it looks like you read the article!
But you should have noticed the quotation came from a pastor, Frank Benson Jones
Peter J Reilly wrote:
The strongest voice I have noted for church financial transparency is that of Reverend Frank Benson Jones. In his book Stop The Prosperity Preachers he argues that lack of transparency is one of the things that draws the wrong type of people into ministry. He believes that if the profits were removed, only prophets would remain
--http://tinyurl.com/ycat6h5w (Court Rules Churches Can Continue To Conceal Financial Information) [turn off ad-blocker to read!]

Dr. Tim, it's better for me to have good editorializing than than warmed over thoughts of troglodyte radio announcers

By the way, look at the thread of the rise of social diseases. I used a source which I would avoid, but it is conservative.


News Item9/28/17 2:52 PM
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The previous message is to note the death of Hugh Hefner and his great contributions to American society. Such as no fault divorce. :thumbdown:

News Item9/28/17 2:49 PM
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Jerry Pierce wrote:
The Biggest Loser: Marriage

Long before the term gay marriage was coined, traditional marriage was faltering. Of the sexual revolution’s fallout, marriage—God’s first institution, society’s building block and a living metaphor for the Gospel union of Christ and the church—got the worst of it.

In the 1970s, divorce rates rose steeply—fueled by greater acceptance of adultery and the passage of no-fault divorce laws. [Thank Hugh Hefner! ] Eventually, the divorce culture hit the church, much like it did the wider culture.

“If the people sitting in the pews are fornicators and adulterers, the church will destroy marriages much more quickly than those outside the church,” actor and Christian apologist Kirk Cameron told The Birmingham News in an interview last year.

As [Cal] Thomas noted: “Throughout history a stable, two-parent home has been essential for stabilizing societies and rearing children in ways that promote their own stability. The damage caused to heterosexual marriage, from without by same-sex ‘marriage’ as well as within from divorce and cohabitation, is partly responsible for the societal chaos we now face.”

--http://tinyurl.com/yby5t86j (The High Cost of ‘Free Love’)[

News Item9/28/17 8:10 AM
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'...the State Church, which the great reformers had planted, and which some of them had watered with their blood, presented the spectacle which went far to justify the sarcasm of an eminent writer, that she possessed "A Popish Liturgy, a Calvinistic Creed, and an Arminian Clergy."'

http://tinyurl.com/jtylv62 (The Down Grade)


News Item9/28/17 8:03 AM
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Tax Reform!
Peter J. Reilley wrote:
"I have heard of some churches that require the members of the staff to sign non-disclosure agreements, and that is a sure sign the church is doing something wrong. Requiring churches and religious organizations to file an IRS form 990 would in no way impede the constitutionally guaranteed freedom of religion, but it would help to expose those greedy preachers who are using the constitution to conceal their improper accumulation of wealth at the expense of American citizens....

"I find it strange and appalling that the salary of the president of the United States is made public; the salaries of the members of the Senate and the House of Representatives are made public; the salaries of every state governor are made public; but the salaries of pastors and church employees are kept confidential and top secret."[---Rev. F. B. Jones]

Most charities are subject to some level of transparency, but not churches. That leaves it up to the members to demand transparency. If you meet resistance from the leadership, maybe you might consider that rather than a sheep who is being fed, you are one that is being shorn.

--Court Rules Churches Can Continue To Conceal Financial Information[/URL

News Item9/27/17 2:38 PM
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Too bad Judge Roy Moore sin't going to Congress -- they would sort of balance each other out.
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