2 Kings 19:35 And it came to pass that night, that the angel of the Lord went out, and smote in the camp of the Assyrians an hundred fourscore and five thousand: and when they arose early in the morning, behold, they were all dead corpses.
This passage frightens me just about every time I read it, it is a fearful passage, one on 185,000 people is quite the fight, what a strong God we serve, and He shall surely deliver us from all our enemies.
Have any of you heard of the black pope (not skin related)? I' don't recall seeing evidence for his existence but it sounded interesting.
The Pope is like a hippie, "there is no God of war" when he speaks I hear,
"Ah it's okay, don't worry, can't we just all get along? That would be totally rad, get with the times you extremist, God is love, don't be so negative, it's affecting my prayer beads man, just chill bro. Now I'm going to keep on waving, doing the peace sign and do my pope thing, why can't we be friends, we should hang out more oft shouldn't we Omar? Totally righteous, we'll have a cool conversation, sorry extremist you can't come,."
Jim Lincoln wrote: Frank, the part I agree with is, "When the life of the mother is truly threatened by her pregnancy, if both lives cannot simultaneously be saved, then saving the motherâ€™s life must be the primary aim...."
How about the part that says, "But the intentional killing of an unborn baby by abortion is never necessary."
Keep in mind the words "intentional" and "never" and "unborn baby"
You state this, "I don't know who is a Christian on here but the wheat is the ones who I can fellowship and not be hurt by, the Tares are the ones you learn not to trust." No one here has deliberately 'hurt' you, what has been done is pointing out the false teachings of the Grahams, which you never address. You simply ignore fact and keep on defending ecumenism. You are clueless to the danger of this Satanic movement that has such a huge part of the end time scenario. The problem is you refuse to address your errors and you have no desire to engage scripturally with the brethren. Rather, you get your feelings hurt and say things that are baseless. You do realize what a tare is according to the Bible correct? You referred to some here as tares, the implication of your comment seems to point to Observer and SF. Now, if you were not referring to them, then who? We must clarify when we make statements like you've made.
Being busy as a church isn't necessarily a sign of a healthy church either. If solid, sound biblical doctrine is not proclaimed, if there are no warnings about the wolves, sin, complacency, lack of spiritual growth, running the race accordingly, etc, you are not in a spiritually healthy church.
I don't know who is a Christian on here but the wheat is the ones who I can fellowship and not be hurt by, the Tares are the ones you learn not to trust. Maybe, that's ok because you can learn lessons from both. My Church is alive and well and winning souls. We had our hundredth baptism this year last Sunday!! Praise the Lord!! We have a mission trip to Cuba coming up and in our newsletter,"Please pray for safety as they work, energy in the hot weather, and the gospel message would be received by all who hear. A group from church is going to South Louisiana to help with flood relief work on Oct.10-13. We will be partnering with Samaritan's Purse and helping clean out/mud out of homes." Don't know about other churches around the country but ours is in no mess. Maybe it's because we are working while it's day, because there is coming a time when we can no longer work.
Dr.White is on fire This is the reason real conservative Christians love James White. The last few months he has been the most sane voice in America. From the Hebrew movement right through this explanation of James as a "cool guy" is unwavering. Be strong James, there of many of us out here that will always have your back, because we know you would have ours when our cause is just. Gospel First and Always, Mike
(TMC) @Kev While I understand your concern, there are three things to bear in mind: 1. Freemasonry was not then what it is today- there were some major changes in the early-mid 1800s. 2. A lot of their involvement was hyped up after they where dead. 3. The majority of Founders were not Masons. Thereâ€™s a reason King George called the War for Independence a â€śPresbytarian Parsonâ€™s Rebellionâ€ť! The overwhelming influence of 400+ years of Reformation is clearly traceable when you read the personal and public writings of them and the men who influenced them! They quoted the Bible far more than any other book, and their pastors printed reams of Sermons explaining what the Christian principles of Freedom and Government should look like! While Iâ€™ve not gotten to read it myself, â€śThe Question of Freemasonry and the Founding Fathersâ€ť by David Barton, looks to be well researched and footnoted!
I get confused with people's names all the time, when you don't know someone's name and they greet you do what I do, respond by saying, "Hey man how are are you doing?" Notice I have use a solid airtight tactic where I can be friendly, see how they are, have fellowship with them, and not have to worry about not knowing their name, even though I've known them for over 2 years.