Jim L., What it states in Revelation 18:4 is not required for salvation. The only requirement for salvation according to the Bible is to put ones trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation. Stating that one who trusts entirely in Jesus alone for salvation has to leave the Catholic Church and unite with an Evangelical Church is making Jesus sacrifice on the Cross of no effect. I do not utilize verbal communication in conveying to Catholics what is required for salvation and entering Heaven. I only utilize written communication on discussion forums. I tell Catholics on discussion forum they have to trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation or else they will be spending eternity in Hell. I don't tell them that once they embrace Jesus as their Savior and trust entirely in Him alone for salvation that they have to leave the Catholic Church and unite with a Protestant Church because that would be going against the Bible as nowhere in the Bible is church attendance in any church including a Protestant Church mentioned as being required for salvation and entering Heaven.
Jim, first they had to evacuate the Bernie supporters (actually they evacuated themselves) who are screaming in the streets saying they got the popular vote in their states but still she got the delegates.
second they had to pay people to fill seats on the inside.
penned wrote: fiction writer followers, do you have any idea how heretical it would be, an abomination to rebuild a temple and resacrifice? I implore you to read your New Testament through multiple times without the Scofield notes! when you see a term, like "day of the Lord", let the scriptures define the word! why did Jesus announce that the temple would be destroyed?.... but would then be raised in three days? hmm??? you don't even know what the temple of God is! Literalism shreds the message of Christ.
Frank wrote: There is a war against white men in this country, not a war against women.
Oh, there is a war against women, all right. There is a war against women being obedient to the Lord: having meek and quiet spirits (I Peter 3); marrying, bearing children, and guiding the house (I Timothy 5:14); and the things the aged women are to teach the young women (Titus 2:2-5). But then, given your previous comments about feminism, I'm sure you already knew this.
John UK wrote: Oh, St James, forgot to say hello earlier. How are things, man? You seem to be lurking more than The Lurker these days.
That gave me a great laugh Brother. I continually am blessed daily in more ways than I can express. His love and His guidance is truly a sight to behold. I pray things are all spiritually blessed for you in Wales these days.
SteveR wrote: Thank you for the thumbs up Kev, I don't get many around here. imo- The danger are for those Christians that build their foundation on that eschatology and not the Gospel. I know plenty of dispensationalists that Love the Lord, and the eschatology is just what they expect because their Pastor told them what they should expect. A you have seen, I have issue with a few around here and its most often because their testimony is based on something other than the Gospel. Catholicism, Baptism, cultural values etc...
I think we should all keep in mind the single most important thing that unites us which is a love and Faith in Christ. I think that these issues are worth discussing in a kind and edifying manor in love. I think that Roman Catholicism is clearly against many clear principals set forth in the bible and should be spoken against of course in love as well. I enjoy your input when you don't get upset SteveR and we all need to strive to speak to each other in love more, I know I'm guilty of not ding this.
Kev wrote: I'm happy to see you have brothers in Christ you don't see everything eye to eye with SteveR
Thank you for the thumbs up Kev, I don't get many around here.
imo- The danger are for those Christians that build their foundation on that eschatology and not the Gospel. I know plenty of dispensationalists that Love the Lord, and the eschatology is just what they expect because their Pastor told them what they should expect. A you have seen, I have issue with a few around here and its most often because their testimony is based on something other than the Gospel. Catholicism, Baptism, cultural values etc...
Christopher000 wrote: Boy, I sure hope wicked Hillary doesn't sit in that seat, but at the same time, I really can't imagine the Donald sitting there either.
Well either Clinton or Trump will win because a third party candidate for president stands zero chance of winning. Trump is the only viable candidate that Christians can vote for as Christians have no business voting for Clinton.