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Frank wrote:
Well Michael and Deek; neither of you answered any of my concerns or objections. Both of you simply raised questions. But, I will say this; Michael yes it does say that all things were created by Him and for Him; that would of course include satan. In a secular sense, does that then mean that all things are to be christianized; that would of course be a dominionist thought and you previously said you weren't into that movement. Would you lie to the public to gain office for a "greater good", which is seems you are saying. There is no religious or moral test in any of our founding documents, so what are your links for?
Deek, I don't know the answers to your questions. Try answering mine and then we will go from there. Remember, I didn't say it would be sinful for a Christian to run for office, but I said they would never get elected without being deceitful to their voters.
Both of your thoughts were hypothetical concerns; whereas mine were pragmatic.
Simply answer this; could either of you, Michael or Deek, run for political office and get elected and then conduct your duties as unto the Lord? That is all I am saying.

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We're placing the order this week, but with Thanksgiving, the
delivery trucks aren't running till next week.

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News Item11/25/14 1:05 PM
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Well if one has a sound biblical meeting place to attend by all means one should make every effort to worship God publicly and have Christian fellowship with the brethren.
Unfortunately, there are many of us who do not have this privilege.
For those of you who are in sound biblical places of worship, PTL, and perhaps you could pray for us who do not....

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News Item11/25/14 12:46 PM
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Well Michael and Deek; neither of you answered any of my concerns or objections. Both of you simply raised questions. But, I will say this; Michael yes it does say that all things were created by Him and for Him; that would of course include satan. In a secular sense, does that then mean that all things are to be christianized; that would of course be a dominionist thought and you previously said you weren't into that movement. Would you lie to the public to gain office for a "greater good", which is seems you are saying. There is no religious or moral test in any of our founding documents, so what are your links for?

Deek, I don't know the answers to your questions. Try answering mine and then we will go from there. Remember, I didn't say it would be sinful for a Christian to run for office, but I said they would never get elected without being deceitful to their voters.

Both of your thoughts were hypothetical concerns; whereas mine were pragmatic.

Simply answer this; could either of you, Michael or Deek, run for political office and get elected and then conduct your duties as unto the Lord? That is all I am saying.


News Item11/25/14 12:43 PM
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Helps, at least you are kind when you make your comments. I don't claim to know everything but I know the experiences I have had and the way God has dealt with me through the years. I could not ever stop going to church. That is my lifeline to God. It's been the place where I minstered and was ministered to. I have never found a perfect church and like I heard some preacher say,"If it was perfect, it wouldn't be when I walked in." Paul went to the Jews temple first and preached in every town he visited. He started churches and would try to go back and visit later. There is a reason for us to gather on Sundays and Wednesdays. I work in the library on Fridays with 2 other ladies. We talk about what's going on in our lives good and bad. One had a granddaughter who had just been diagnosed with breast cancer. We knew what we said would not be repeated so we shared our deepest hurts and rejoiced at answered prayers. This same lady had been for my son and prayed for him even before I told them that he was having back problems fron 2 bulging discs. Afterwards we always hold hands and pray, for our country and leaders. We pray for our church and leaders. And for needs of christians world wide. We pray as God leads.

Sermon11/25/14 12:40 PM
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Apparently, you can just repeat the picture again for what happened last night, Streets of Ferguson left smoldering

The place certainly didn't protect the property Ferguson business owners.


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Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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Frank wrote:
As most of you know, I don’t believe that a “practicing” Christian can occupy an executive level political office and I would probably extend that to any political office.
Frank
We will not begin to have enough space for all the discussion this can generate.

My starting reference point is this:
All things were created by Him and for Him _ that would include offices in government

Second "serving" is not the same as popularity with the enemies of God through corruption and compromise

Third those who "serve" (btw we have a great Declaration of Independence (a side bar here imho it would be good to post the part about God given unalienable rights in our churches, another story I would have to explain) and Constitution these founding documents are good for both Christains and non-Christians, our country is in serious problems because we've gotten away from them, because we have devilish people in government that abuse them and pervert them

IMHO a believer who undoubtedly would need extrodinary wisdom that only God can give could be elected in serving well


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Helps | UK  Find all comments by Helps
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John UK wrote:
I've no doubt Helps UK will like to chip in with a couple of cents worth..
Not really bro. I don't believe that I have anything new to add to what has been said previously on this subject. The key for me (and I can't remember who put it like this before) is whether the determining factor in our salvation is grace or something else. We all say we are saved by grace through faith, but for some, apparently, grace only plays a part but does not determine the outcome. If grace does not determine the outcome that whatever lip service we pay to being saved by grace, we have something else that saves other than grace, and that to my mind is not right Christian doctrine. And therefore the Arminian idea of prevenient grace, as the same grace extended to all, appears to me to be erroneous. I'll leave it at that, not wishing to be controversial.

News Item11/25/14 11:03 AM
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John UK wrote:
...you never even read your Bible.
Ephesians 1:18 KJV
(18) The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints...
Psalms 18:28 KJV
(28) For thou wilt light my candle: the LORD my God will enlighten my darkness.
Hebrews 6:4-8 KJV
You always seem to get the Bible upsidedown John.
The verses you quote apply to Christians in which the Holy Spirit is indwelling already.
You RCC/Arminian types believe that human faculties can embrace the truth and Scripture doctrines BEFORE the Holy Spirit's indwelling when the mortal is still under the dominion of sin. That is exactly what Satan wants people to believe then he can get religious reprobates into the churches and confound them.

You omitted v17 John ....
17 That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him:
18 The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints"

See God is sovereign (first cause) just like the Calvinist teaches you.


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s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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They (SWAT team) need to go to Ferguson...or maybe our military could do something of service and go there. It seems to me that the greatest territory to deal with terrorism is in our own back yards.
I just wonder if people will ever figure out who the true enemy is. Sharpton, Obama and others who perpetuate this lie of "race" should be ashamed. If they couldn't identify themselves by some physical trait, what would they do then? Imagine what it would be like for the Jewish people in America or in other countries to behave similarly.

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Frank wrote:
As most of you know, I don’t believe that a “practicing” Christian can occupy an executive level political office and I would probably extend that to any political office.
If a REAL Christian stood for office and succeeded in getting into government - Would that mean that God directed his life and helped him to succeed?

If said Christian tried to do the job of politician in a Christian way would God support him and work through him?

Or do you believe that God would dump the Christian trying to do the job of an honest politician?

Is God in government?

Romans 13:1 Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.
2 Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation.
3 For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same:
4 For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil. ........


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History demonstrates that climate change has been happening since the beginning and continues naturally to do so.

"Basic science is consistent with the biblical history and argues strongly against the global warming hypothesis. Melting glaciers and changing climates are not an indication of man-made global warming. These natural phenomena have been operating for thousands of years. Temperature histories are imprecise and unreliable. Global warming is built on an evolutionary earth history and an evolutionary time scale. Anything built on a faulty foundation cannot stand. Global warming is an offshoot of evolutionary thinking and is needlessly creating mass hysteria. God is in control of the earth, not man." (Rod J Martin)
https://cdn-assets.answersingenesis.org/doc/articles/pdf-versions/global-warming.pdf


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As most of you know, I don’t believe that a “practicing” Christian can occupy an executive level political office and I would probably extend that to any political office. Most of those who post here would agree regarding dominionism, so I won’t go there. But here is a question for those who disagree with me. Our constitution in no way hinders non-believers from voting. If fact it could be argued that most voters are non-believers and not on that “narrow” road. Now if a Christian stood up for scripture and the teaching of Christ, who would vote for them? If he said, abortion was murder, homosexuality was an abomination, greed was idolatry, that women should stay home and take care of their children, and since religion would come up; that those who are not in Christ will suffer His wrath, then what non-Christian would vote for them? No, they take oaths to support the issues that the electorate has mandated for them and they won’t be able to in good consciences to lie to them or to implement God’s commandments. Now, I would love to see them run for office, even though they would lose, because at least God’s word would be publicly put forth. Lastly most evangelical pastors are already politicians, just not in public office.

Christ was not a politician.


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SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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FG wrote:
This is par for the course for anti Reformation Jesuits.
You mean this is on par with those that want to slander the RCC. It was an anonymous student with a ridiculous accusation. Even the nuttiest sodomite on MSNBC wouldnt claim that "“everyone agrees on” gay marriage," let alone a Professor at an institution of higher learning

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Unprofitable Servant said it so well that there's not much for me to add. I will say that preachers are called to preach the gospel and should not leave that calling. They can be an influence in the pulpit to encouage people to vote as a christian and even to run for office. I believe it's no accident that I found this forum. I have tried to quit so many times but then I will read something in a devotional that pricks my conscience and so I try again. I see different ones like pennned who seems to carry on in spite of the insults. We are not all agreeable on all issues but we are all suppose to be Christians fighting a spirtual warfare. Sooo, I am back on with my own beliefs and things I have been taught( by God) through the years. There will be some who hate what I say but some will read and hopefully be blessed.

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Dr Roger Clark wrote:
AMEN AND AMEN! (thank you Frank.)
I'm glad we agree Dr. I lived in the Landstuhl area, Kindsbach to be exact, for 2 years from 2001 to 2003. Where do you live there?

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Frank wrote:
From the article:
First of all it is not gay marriage, but homosexual marriage. Secondly the expression homophobic implies that someone has an “irrational” hatred or disapproval of homosexuality. My thoughts are not irrational or hateful, I only repeat what our holy scripture says that it is an abomination and was punishable by death when they had religious courts and if someone practices it, then they cannot enter into the kingdom of God, but will undergo His wrath. When we warn someone of the severity of their behavior or of the consequences, it is not hateful but loving. Also homosexuality has absolutely nothing to do with racism. I have heard liberals say things like being anti-feminism is a form of racism as well.
Lastly, perhaps the Lord will use this experience to get this student out of that apostate university.
It won't be long before Christianity as it is supposed to be practiced will be illegal. I pray the Lord keeps His children strong, unafraid and unashamed.
AMEN AND AMEN! (thank you Frank.)
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