This is nothing but total insanity. Why doesn't the American Civil Liberties Union and other atheist organizations complain about public police officers being told to attend a mosque? Those atheists would certainly complain if they were told to attend a church.
pennned wrote: why do people never learn? it goes on today in so many ways, America has lost her moral ground.
Penny Ron Paul today on how the US continues down the wrong foreign policy path
"The CIA training of the rebels thus far has resulted in a direct pipeline of weapons from â€śvetted moderatesâ€ť to the al-Qaeda affiliated al-Nusra Front and to the very ISIS that the administration claims to be fighting. In July, a full brigade of 1,000 fighters from a US-backed rebel group joined ISIS! Of course they took their US-provided weapons and training with them, some of which will certainly be used against the rapidly increasing US military personnel in the region.
That Saudi Arabia is considered a suitable place to train Syriaâ€™s future leaders must be some kind of sick joke. While ISIS was beheading two American journalists â€“ as horrific as that is â€“ the repressive Saudi theocracy was beheading dozens of its own citizens, often for relatively minor or religious crimes"
--- Michael I think some other posters would like you to discuss that issue with Dopey on another thread. Otherwise this rant of yours seems like a weak attempt to regain their respect
whenever Jim posts his false teaching on Romans 13 he is recombining church and state. same teaching as was used by Hitler by the way, as illustrated Corrie ten Boom's books which are being banned in some American libraries today, see article about how the German church didn't learn at the time
modern day Puritan thinking, love it! thanks Joe you practice what you preach, you're one who understands time is precious so you don't waste pulpit time with fluff and "seeker" trash but preach necessary food, I'm sure BOL Fellowship is a gymnasium and not a massage parlor!
Great Sermon! Odd that critique by those scholars. I've always thought this a brilliant discourse by Paul. So profound. So concise. And that to my English only hearing ears. I really enjoyed this. Thank you. Most interesting.
SteveR wrote: History repeats itself, as yesterdays news story here on SA showed. A Baptist Pastor Network is aiding the openly Nazi embracing Poroshenko Govt.
True this kind of thing is unconscionable. But what about us? Will their sin and error excuse us if we support the Mariolatrous Papal Antichrist?
Hilter and his Nazi "friends" met their doom for sure, but if I am remembering correctly it is the Great Harlot God Himself identifies in the Book of Revelation that He personally destroys
Thanks for reminding me sin, all sin, is evil, is against the Lord Jesus Christ and deserves nothing but the wrath of God forever
And ......... the repentant sinner is cause for joy in heaven.
Penny Since you have mentioned abortion, if you haven't already watched it, I believe Jeff Durbin's sermon with such an UNFORGETTABLE ENDING! The Sermon That Shocked Everyone will be a great blessing to you and anyone else with a heart after God and a God given love for people
why do people never learn? it goes on today in so many ways, America has lost her moral ground. even being ok and silent about the baby sacrifice of aborting a baby for a disease and then injecting his/her dna into everyone's blood. that alone is a sign of a soulless people. the loss of love of the brethren in the middle east for false doctrines and myths, the list could go on and on. trained to be silent by their 501 pastors, I dare say, there's little to no difference today.
History repeats itself, as yesterdays news story here on SA showed. A Baptist Pastor Network is aiding the openly Nazi embracing Poroshenko Govt.
NBC news "Germans were confronted with images of their countryâ€™s dark past on Monday night, when German public broadcaster ZDF showed video of Ukrainian soldiers with Nazi symbols on their helmets in its evening newscast. In a report on the fragile cease-fire in eastern Ukraine, Moscow correspondent Bernhard Lichte used pictures of a soldier wearing a combat helmet with the "SS runes" of Hitlerâ€™s infamous black-uniformed elite corps. A second soldier was seen with a swastika on his gear. â€śVolunteer battalions from nearly every political spectrum are reinforcing the government side,â€ť the ZDF correspondent said in his report.
The video was shot last week in Ukraine by a camera team from Norwegian broadcaster TV2. â€śWe were filming a report about Ukraineâ€™s AZOV battalion in the eastern city of Urzuf, when we came across these soldiers,â€ť Oysten Bogen, a correspondent for the private television station, told NBC News. Minutes before the images were taped, Bogen said he had asked a spokesperson whether the battalion had fascist tendencies. â€śThe reply was: absolutely not, we are just Ukrainian nationalists,â€ť Bogen said."
Hi Dolores, don't mistake disagreements for dislike or disdain. Nobody here dislikes you, but it may seem that way at times with any if us when there are disagreements, heated exchanges, etc. Some are just very passionate about their opinions.
Hi Dopey, sorry but your comment to me was confusing. I always have a difficult time understanding you. Usually, with time, I can get in sync with anyone, but you always leave me a bit baffled. Maybe it's just my own lack of comprehension. As John Y might say, maybe I'm just psychotic and insane...ha-ha. Anyway, let me lay it out simply: I "think" the issue is that instead of any simple answers explaining your comments concerning Roman Catholicism, your defense of it, and even claiming to be Roman Catholic, but now saying you're not, you have skipped around the questions with pages of other stuff. Personally, I would like to hear, with clarity, your views on the doctrines of Rome, your perceived fate of Roman Catholics, and why you previously hit hard against those who spoke out against Roman doctrines. Maybe this is what others are wanting? I know you say your particular style is your calling, but understand that it is a very difficult style to grasp, so if you choose to explain, please speak as if I am stupid, which probably
John UK wrote: Good morning Bro Michael, I was thinking of the selfsame passage about forgiveness, simply because in that circumstance, forgiveness was not based upon a response from the other, but simply because it is right to do so - and immediately. And needful, if we are to enjoy the grace of God, his forgiveness and mercy, his fellowship. But what is happening today? The Holy Ghost is grieved, ignored, rejected, and that is by God's own people! No wonder we are in such dire need of a God-sent revival, which will wake us up out of our spiritual slumber and sloth.
Brother Saint John Imho there is a beauty in forgiveness that glorifies God
On the Cross did not Jesus pray: "Father forgive them......"?
And Stephen similarly when being stoned?
Yes! Let us indeed seek God for revival, part of which will be in a genuine forgiveness for others even before they repent and are reconciled into fellowship
I was thinking of the selfsame passage about forgiveness, simply because in that circumstance, forgiveness was not based upon a response from the other, but simply because it is right to do so - and immediately. And needful, if we are to enjoy the grace of God, his forgiveness and mercy, his fellowship.
But what is happening today? The Holy Ghost is grieved, ignored, rejected, and that is by God's own people! No wonder we are in such dire need of a God-sent revival, which will wake us up out of our spiritual slumber and sloth.
John's not gonna be happy with you, Jim. : ) Anyway, things like this, along with so many other similar stories are so difficult for us to comprehend because we don't live in a sacerdotal society. I suspect we would see similar things here at home if church and state were indistinguishable as one.
"This means that all those forms which present a distorted use of religion must be firmly refuted as false since they are unworthy of God or humanity." - Pope
Also, Rev Troshani spent 28yrs in prison for nothing, it would seem. I will say though that more should be as dedicated, passionate, and unyielding to Satan, no matter what the consequences. Deeper in the article, an elderly nun secretly continued to baptize infants using her plastic shoe. Again, misdirected and unnecessary, but I always admire passion and the drive to press on in the face of adversity, ni matter what the cost. I think many Christians would fold if faced with the horrors that are daily life for some abroad. I always hope that I would remain strong in the face of fear and/or extreme pain.