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News Item8/26/14 1:25 PM
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I know we should bare good fruit. It's a good way of identifying the brethren but I don't know about anybody else but I have ran into some who were barring some awesome fruit and thought surely this is my brethren. Come to find out he was far from being my brethren. Point being, they're are many who bare good fruit who aren't even saved.

News Item8/26/14 1:19 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Free grace wrote:
John uk, let me ask you about the Pharisees in CHRIST'S time. Why would they not beleive?
Free Grace,
Some believed and some did not believe.

Do you think that man is intellectually capable of belief? The Pharisees were very religious, they knew the scriptural prophecies concerning the coming Messiah, they were looking for their Messiah. Yet when he came, fulfilling every single one of the prophecies, they strangely could not see it. Such is a man who is blind, deaf and dumb (spiritually), and even worse, he is dead to God. Without the enlightenment of the Spirit and his quickening power, the sinner will never believe savingly. He just will not see the truth, and his every effort to please God takes him further away from God. Man has an inbuilt pride which keeps him from saying, "Sorry," and it keeps him from receiving charity from God. He would far rather work for his salvation, much like the Phariseeical RCC.


News Item8/26/14 1:18 PM
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GSTexas wrote:
Free grace,

Of couse the verses I posted were about discipleship and sanctification thats the point. The Holy Spirits work of sanctification leads us away from that which is contrary to Gods word. If there is no sanctification in ones life, there was never any regeneration. Again, I am not saying Christians do not sin, but there most definitely is a change in attitude towards sin, and a desire to obey God. But if you wish to demonstrate salvation with no sanctification, you go right ahead.

I know you were talking about saintification. I was talking about salvation. Didn't know why you were stating verses about dicipleship? We gotta have one before we can have the other and just because some has one does not mean they will most deffenetly have the other. That takes time of building and growing and walking with the LORD


News Item8/26/14 1:17 PM
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Free grace wrote:
John uk, let me ask you about the Pharisees in CHRIST'S time. Why would they not beleive?
Ever hear of "Deliberate Depravity?"
Check out Romans 1 how men are without excuse, knowing God yet not honoring Him as God, or giving thanks, which leads to .............

News Item8/26/14 1:14 PM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
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John 12:38 That the saying of Esaias the prophet might be fulfilled, which he spake, Lord, who hath believed our report? and to whom hath the arm of the Lord been revealed? 12:39 Therefore they could not believe, because that Esaias said again, 12:40 HE HATH blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; that they should not see with their eyes, nor understand with their heart, and be converted, and I should heal them.

Sermon8/26/14 1:07 PM
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Our Authority in Christ
Dan Botterbrodt
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Wonderful teaching from God's preserved Word. Thank you Pastor!

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John uk, let me ask you about the Pharisees in CHRIST'S time. Why would they not beleive?

News Item8/26/14 1:01 PM
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SteveR wrote:
This might have been a difficult article for some here to understand, so let me translate it for you.
When Lifenews says in the 2nd paragraph 'some Christians have raised serious issues', Lifenews was referencing the 'Roman Catholic diocese of Ohio' found in the 6th paragraph.
And this is important because........?

News Item8/26/14 12:56 PM
Helps | UK  Find all comments by Helps
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Further help for Christopher and any others who may be having marital problems:

When your marriage goes sour

Hope this helps a little too.

Praying for you.


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This might have been a difficult article for some here to understand, so let me translate it for you.

When Lifenews says in the 2nd paragraph 'some Christians have raised serious issues', Lifenews was referencing the 'Roman Catholic diocese of Ohio' found in the 6th paragraph.


News Item8/26/14 12:42 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I should've added I agree with John McArthur http://articles.ochristian.com/book2177.shtml (Charismatic Chaos).

News Item8/26/14 12:39 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Chris, I'm not against paper and there are quite a few trees that aren't worth hugging but ebooks are worth looking into. This will be the app that is most often used, especially with public libraries-- http://omc.overdrive.com/ (Install OverDrive Media Console on most popular devices.).

News Item8/26/14 12:19 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Free grace wrote:
JOHN UK WROTE:
2. Let us look at the word "simply". Do you think it an easy thing for any sinner to believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came down from heaven specifically to die as a substitute for sinners that they might be forgiven, and arose again from the dead and ascended into heaven where he reigns as King of kings and Lord of lords? The majority of people I meet find it so hard that they cannot do it.
And you know why right?
Sure I know, which is why I do not call it easy-believism.

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GSTexas wrote:
Free grace,
Of couse the verses I posted were about discipleship and sanctification thats the point. The Holy Spirits work of sanctification leads us away from that which is contrary to Gods word. If there is no sanctification in ones life, there was never any regeneration. Again, I am not saying Christians do not sin, but there most definitely is a change in attitude towards sin, and a desire to obey God. But if you wish to demonstrate salvation with no sanctification, you go right ahead.
But someone may well say, "You have faith and I have works; show me your faith without the works, and I will show you my faith by my works."

works don't work wrote:
That's the basis of salvation by works the popish heresy.
Really?
Is your "theology" greater than the Apostle Paul's?

"Sirs, what must I do to be saved?"
They (Paul and Silas) said, "Believe on the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved..."

Popish heresy? What a "crock" of religious nonsense


News Item8/26/14 12:18 PM
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works don't work writes:
Free grace wrote:
We are saved simply by putting our faith into the finishe work of CHRIST
That's the basis of salvation by works the popish heresy.

???


News Item8/26/14 12:16 PM
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Free grace,

Of couse the verses I posted were about discipleship and sanctification thats the point. The Holy Spirits work of sanctification leads us away from that which is contrary to Gods word. If there is no sanctification in ones life, there was never any regeneration. Again, I am not saying Christians do not sin, but there most definitely is a change in attitude towards sin, and a desire to obey God. But if you wish to demonstrate salvation with no sanctification, you go right ahead.


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JOHN UK WROTE:
2. Let us look at the word "simply". Do you think it an easy thing for any sinner to believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came down from heaven specifically to die as a substitute for sinners that they might be forgiven, and arose again from the dead and ascended into heaven where he reigns as King of kings and Lord of lords? The majority of people I meet find it so hard that they cannot do it.

And you know why right?


Sermon8/26/14 12:11 PM
Tom | Connecticut  Find all comments by Tom
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Heaven
Dr. Curt D. Daniel
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“ Heaven ”
I just downloaded this sermon so I can't comment on it yet, but I've heard some things about Heaven. Since God is infinite, what we learn from Him and about Him will never diminish. It will be knowledge forever expanding. God will sing to us. If there is some music now that is so beautiful it can move us to tears, what about Him and the music He can express? What about our ability to receive His expressions of love with no sin nature to hinder us? God is Beautiful. How can we even imagine anything remotely similar to beauty that He alone is? Again, no sin nature to hinder us from beholding and appreciating Him. My two cents worth.

Sermon8/26/14 12:01 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Excellent!!!!! The gospel was presented well and blessed me.
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