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Sermon5/29/16 4:18 PM
renee | upstate NY  Contact via emailFind all comments by renee
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A Bad Shelf Image
Ed Moore
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“ Not A-Dull Moment! ”

Sermon5/29/16 3:15 PM
renee | upstate NY  Contact via emailFind all comments by renee
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Belly Idol
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I'm cringing already at what he will say, as if speaking for Christians while puffing himself up. It will not be good and the media will he all over this.

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Proof that Trump lacks good judgement and discernment regarding Christianity. Tapping this quack instead of collecting the 'best ezperts' shows this is an area where he lacks any wisdom. But it's not unexpected.

Sermon5/29/16 2:11 PM
renee | upstate NY  Contact via emailFind all comments by renee
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The below is from a legal dictionary that I found online.

What is Terrorism

The very word terrorism is charged with emotion, and politically loaded. Perhaps it is for this reason that the world communities have failed to come up with a universally accepted definition of the term. Most governments do agree that certain key elements define an act as terrorism. These elements include:

An act of violence

Targeting non-combatant targets

Designed to spread fear

That is politically motivated


Sermon5/29/16 12:54 PM
Lauralynn Bourn | FL  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lauralynn Bourn
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For the Sake of Your Prayers
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Great word. Thank you for going in depth with God's word, never shying away from the hard truth's, keeping context key, and explaining it to us in ways we can understand, grasp it, & put it to practical use!

News Item5/29/16 12:51 PM
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John UK wrote:
....I actually believe God's word, and it is a good thing to do.

Bro, just snuck in to have a quick peep and saw yours, and can't resist adding to what you wrote.

Psalm 118 v 8 happens to be the central verse of the Bible, and this is how it reads:

"It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man."

When it comes to the preservation of the text of the New Testament, as with that of the Old Testament, this verse tells us not to trust self appointed popelings who have made a career out of "textual criticism" to establish the correct underlying text, which is a rationalistic discipline born of unbelief in the land of Germany during the 19th century, but to trust the Lord that when he said he would preserve his Word he has done so: in the Old Testament through the nation of Israel and since New Testament times through sound churches. This is the reason that the Byzantine text type is known as the Ecclesiastical Text.

OOS


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Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
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I have always said this, but I will say it once again. All politicians are the same; otherwise they wouldn't get elected and that is their primary goal; fame and money.

If we just think about the gospel message and the admonitions of our Lord to exhort and reprove and to preach the "Christian" gospel and not pluralism or inclusiveness, their hypocrisy should be clear.

They are all different shades of the same color. Our nation was founded on the principle of pluralism and inclusiveness.


News Item5/29/16 12:20 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
1. Sorry for any misunderstanding. Your post was the reason for my comment, but it was directed at a difference audience.
2. I truly have never pondered whether a translation was old or new. The original manuscripts are close to 2,000 years old and we don't have any of them.
3. Anyway, I will respond only to those who support my position and no one else. These debates have never gone anywhere as you know.
1. Thanks Frank, that explains it.

2. True, but we have thousands of copies of the originals, maybe copies of copies. I am trusting God that his people copied them accurately, and that we have a Bible today that we can trust with our very souls. It's either that, or become a Quaker and get your doctrine straight from God's Spirit.

3. True again. But I remember when I first came on SA, and 'Engineer' and 'Ford' were the KJonly promoters, and as it was a subject I knew little of, it was good for me to learn some from them, and listen also to an opposing view. It sort of made me realise that there was an attack on God's word, just as it happened in the garden, "Yea, hath God said?" Which means, "You can't trust God."

I actually believe God's word, and it is a good thing to do.


Sermon5/29/16 12:05 PM
Christine  Find all comments by Christine
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What is the 10-40?

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John UK wrote:
Frank, I'm afraid I don't see.
However, I commend you in posting using the KJV, but would not recommend you to study the NASB as it is a subtle and devious version of God's Holy Word. If you really want a modern version, how about the 21st century KJB or the older NKJV? Why are you so enamoured with the NASB?
Sorry for any misunderstanding. Your post was the reason for my comment, but it was directed at a difference audience.

I truly have never pondered whether a translation was old or new. The original manuscripts are close to 2,000 years old and we don't have any of them.

Anyway, I will respond only to those who support my position and no one else. These debates have never gone anywhere as you know.


Sermon5/29/16 11:55 AM
Carl E | Australia  Find all comments by Carl E
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Life is a Breath
Nathan Crockett
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Sobering, confronting & encouraging. Definitely worth listening to again.

Sermon5/29/16 11:33 AM
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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Christopher000 wrote:
Not really, John. I'm one of these guys who knows a little about a whole lot, but not everything about any one thing. Wandering mind.
Yeah, I've always considered being in the same situation, being in the military and the thought of having to kill. I'd say if it was them or me, it would be them, but how many frivolous a wars have been fought where both sides were used as pawns in political chess games, killing each other so the rich can get richer in some way, or governments creating chaos for one reason or another which benefits them.
Pawns is the word. The big shots always work out likely casualties/deaths before even setting off. Great when you're just a statistic, a disposable asset.

If you think about it, your "I'd say if it was them or me, it would be them", goes both ways, because the other poor dab is saying exactly the same thing. Either way, someone is going to lose their life. And for what? You already said it.


Sermon5/29/16 11:18 AM
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End Times Prophets Part 1
Dr. Fred DeRuvo
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Hebrews 9:28 Acts 17: 31

News Item5/29/16 10:40 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Ran out of room in the other message! What's confiscatory. As far as IFB's would be concerned can they do church plantings and support missionaries. Now liberal churches would be supporting social programs -- if they could get the money for it, q.v., again, http://tinyurl.com/h7n6s93 (Just found out my pastor is making $360,000/yr salary; thinking of leaving the church). Also read the comments on this one. Also true for any church, does the staff has health insurance? They should be getting Obamacare if they don't have any, q.v., http://tinyurl.com/zq7dgzy (Should Christians Get Obama Care?) I don't have time to really dig into this article but since religious organizations to support abortions and birth control, they should be getting this for their staff.

Off to church!


News Item5/29/16 10:35 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Not really, John. I'm one of these guys who knows a little about a whole lot, but not everything about any one thing. Wandering mind.
Yeah, I've always considered being in the same situation, being in the military and the thought of having to kill. I'd say if it was them or me, it would be them, but how many frivolous a wars have been fought where both sides were used as pawns in political chess games, killing each other so the rich can get richer in some way, or governments creating chaos for one reason or another which benefits them.

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Coming to America

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Wayfarer Pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer Pilgrim
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My last ramblings hit the word limit but to finish, pray and learn to be joyful. Christ is our example, let us put on Christ. Live life loving God and grateful for our salvation. The sacrifice of Christ our general should steel us all for things to come. Matthew 24 and 1 Thessalonians 4.
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