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Frank wrote:
test is simply
The Lord ( who as you say ,is Christ) is referenced by the Constitution as being Christ who is The Lord of Human history .
I will accept this as a concession that the Constitution of the United States was signed by men who
1. Call upon The Lord.
For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
Rom 10:13
2. Date human history from the Lord's entry into history

And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.
1 Tim 3:16

I wouldn't want a higher standard than that to describe a basic Christian attitude.

One may find nuances of doctrines among these Christian men.
Just as you can among your hometown local fellowships of churches.

But I would take their attitude as a good starting place for a Christian legal system. They weren't perfect. Some lacked enuff faith.

For unto us was the gospel preached, as well as unto them: but the word preached did not profit them, not being mixed with faith in them that heard it. Heb 4:2
Did you have in mind some other country with a better set of Christian founders?


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An hour of decision...
by Bob Faulkner.
PDF available.

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John UK wrote:
Ah yes, Dorcas. It is found in the psalms, eh? And is a definite pause in the music, to ponder and consider something important. I think that's right. I am really getting into the psalms now, and am finding in them a wealth of spiritual things. PTLFHH, eh?
Yes indeed PTL, brother.
We have taken to singing them...have been most blessed.

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reader wrote:
As the ref was to the #Year of THAT Lord's reign
And we know that Is the ref to the Birth of The Lord Jesus Christ, it would be dishonest to think Lord could refer to anyone else. As was clearly stated. To ignore that would be like cutting a reference to Christian so that it looks like you refer to Christ. (As I did in jest)


Anno Domini AD is scorned by pagan modernists and transformed to
CE. That means CHRISTian era. Even the pagan refusal to translate the Latin year of our Lord is a concession that that Lord is Christ.
Given the reverential predilection to refer to Providence rather than God ( similar to orthodox refs to G-d ) it can cause some to miss the amount of times the Triune God of the Bible is cited by the founders.
Btw ,like the Feds;
All 50 states reference God in their Constitution.
Well like I said, your litmus test is simply much lower than mine is.
But, I agree that what you noted was a reference to Christ, and I always thought that AD meant after death and BC meant before Christ and I hope I didn't give you the opinion that I didn't think that.

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Dorcas wrote:
Thanks..you could also write Selah.
Ah yes, Dorcas. It is found in the psalms, eh? And is a definite pause in the music, to ponder and consider something important. I think that's right. I am really getting into the psalms now, and am finding in them a wealth of spiritual things. PTLFHH, eh?

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John UK wrote:
Ha! I explained this to Frank a little while ago: Let The Reader Understand.
It means to think a bit more about what has been said, before replying to it. (from Matthew 24:15)
Thanks..you could also write Selah.

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Dorcas wrote:
John,
What is LTRU?
Ha! I explained this to Frank a little while ago: Let The Reader Understand.

It means to think a bit more about what has been said, before replying to it. (from Matthew 24:15)


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John,
What is LTRU?

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Dorcas wrote:
Now Mike, you misconstrued my answer to your post.
You were commenting on physical acts, I replied that to deceive one spiritually is a 1000 times a greater evil.
Dorcas, you ought to have put a LTRU after your post, as I do sometimes. You were quite right IMHO. Deception is always worse than persecution.

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Mike wrote:
Why don't we then say Muslim people are not the problem, it is their soul damning satanic religion that teaches them to cut heads off anyone who is not of it, Christian or not? How can we separate what Catholics do from the from the source of their learning, but not do it with Muslims? Catholic people are the Catholic religion. Muslim people are the Islamic religion. Evil is as evil does. Prior to grace and faith, all are in the very same boat.
Now Mike, you misconstrued my answer to your post.
You were commenting on physical acts, I replied that to deceive one spiritually is a 1000 times a greater evil.

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Frank wrote:
Thanks for your post Pilgrim. I think that easy believism is rampant and many who claim the name of the Lord claim Him as their Savior, but not their Lord; similar to JohnY does. He is either Lord, or He is not Savior. When I and others write things against homosexuality it is not hateful. It is simply saying the same thing our Lord said regarding sin in His word. But, someone who is practicing homosexuality is practicing an abomination and God's true church should simply call it sin
Yes indeed bro. It is when the meaning of sin is blurred that things go wrong. Yes, EB is rampant, and it goes against what Jesus taught:

John 3:8-10 GNB
(8) The wind blows wherever it wishes; you hear the sound it makes, but you do not know where it comes from or where it is going. It is like that with everyone who is born of the Spirit."
(9) "How can this be?" asked Nicodemus.
(10) Jesus answered, "You are a great teacher in Israel, and you don't know this?

Great teachers in the church can still be totally ignorant of what it really means to be born again. But Jesus words stand:

John 3:7 KJV
(7) Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.


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Frank wrote:
Lord, then they are referring to Christ....
As the ref was to the #Year of THAT Lord's reign
And we know that Is the ref to the Birth of The Lord Jesus Christ, it would be dishonest to think Lord could refer to anyone else. As was clearly stated. To ignore that would be like cutting a reference to Christian so that it looks like you refer to Christ. (As I did in jest)


Anno Domini AD is scorned by pagan modernists and transformed to
CE. That means CHRISTian era. Even the pagan refusal to translate the Latin year of our Lord is a concession that that Lord is Christ.

Given the reverential predilection to refer to Providence rather than God ( similar to orthodox refs to G-d ) it can cause some to miss the amount of times the Triune God of the Bible is cited by the founders.

Btw ,like the Feds;

All 50 states reference God in their Constitution.


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Well said Mike from ny, good onya' mate

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lovethebrethren wrote:
If we type "Harry Reeder" or "Peter Lillback" into SermonAudio speakers search box-Christian brethren with sermons on this site, then I am sure we can easily find out.
I think my laptop is set up to filter out Presbyterians, seeing as they're a mean lot, full of militancy and determined to take physical ground for the Lord, even though it is all his anyway.

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John UK wrote:
Good post Frank. It seems to me it is becoming increasingly necessary to hear preaching which correctly defines "SIN" in all its ugliness, and what GOD thinks of SIN. The gospel itself must define sin and sinners, and its consequences for the impenitent, as well as the great news that through Jesus Christ all manner of sin and blasphemy can be forgiven, and the sinner washed white as snow, clean and perfect before God, ready for heaven straightway.
I also think one of the reasons why believers are not very conscious of their besetting sins, is because the church at large is no longer being led into the immediate presence of God, through the veil, and into the holy of holies. It is there that I will always cry out, God be merciful to me, a sinner."
Thanks for your post Pilgrim. I think that easy believism is rampant and many who claim the name of the Lord claim Him as their Savior, but not their Lord; similar to JohnY. He is either Lord, or He is not Savior. When I and others write things against homosexuality it is not hateful. It is simply saying the same thing our Lord said regarding sin in His word. But, someone who is practicing homosexuality is practicing an abomination and God's true church should simply call it sin.

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I see some extra spaces were added to the URLs when they were put up in the comment, Covenants and Dispensations Part I by Thomas Ice (PDF) (Short) and Summary of Dispensations and Covenants (This is quite good) It's worth to make it easy for anyone who is interested to get these two PDFs.

I just tested these, and you should be azble to access them, with no problems. Well, I least I didn't have any problems.


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John UK wrote:
Who are these people?
If we type "Harry Reeder" or "Peter Lillback" into SermonAudio speakers search box-Christian brethren with sermons on this site, then I am sure we can easily find out.

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Frank wrote:
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Most of the articles are trying to make that sin acceptable to the body of Christ. So, if someone is in Christ and they are not practicing homosexuality, in other words, like most of us we bring our baggage to the cross and some is difficult to get rid of but we constantly deal with it, then God does love them the same as He loves all of His children.
Good post Frank. It seems to me it is becoming increasingly necessary to hear preaching which correctly defines "SIN" in all its ugliness, and what GOD thinks of SIN. The gospel itself must define sin and sinners, and its consequences for the impenitent, as well as the great news that through Jesus Christ all manner of sin and blasphemy can be forgiven, and the sinner washed white as snow, clean and perfect before God, ready for heaven straightway.

I also think one of the reasons why believers are not very conscious of their besetting sins, is because the church at large is no longer being led into the immediate presence of God, through the veil, and into the holy of holies. It is there that I will always cry out, God be merciful to me, a sinner."


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Has anyone read: The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert [Kindle Edition]
Rosaria Butterfield (Author)

Rosaria Champagne Butterfield, a brilliant former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University. A radical, lesbian, feminist professor who specialised in Queer Theory (a postmodern form of gay and lesbian studies).

Her conversion to Christ and marriage to a pastor.

http://www.amazon.com/Secret-Thoughts-Unlikely-Convert-ebook/dp/B0097G05F8/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1425246668&sr=1-1&keywords=secret+thoughts+of+an+unlikely+convert

It must be good as I sent it to one who doesn't believe gays can be changed and it was returned!

Can be purchased in the UK for £8 from the Christian Medical Fellowship Bookstore, might be a good book for our witness.


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"Speaking at Westminster Theological Seminary's second-ever "Real State of the Union" conference last Saturday, three Christian scholars stressed to attendees that it is time for Christians to faithfully stand up in the public square and reclaim America's Judeo-Christian heritage from what has become a prominently secular society."

Well, what could we expect from three Christian scholars? The so-called scholars of Jesus day did not comprehend spiritual truths either. I wonder what the scholars today would answer if asked the question, "What is the purpose of Christianity"?

Would they even mention reconciliation with God, forgiveness of sins, a recreated heart, adoption by God, justification through faith, the gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord?

Do these so-called scholars believe in God's sovereignty, his predestinating purposes, his salvation of individuals not nations, his creation of a bride for his Son, his limited purpose in the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ?

I wonder if these scholars desire the glory of God more than anything else in the world? And if they do, are they going about it in the correct way? Are they abandoned to the will of God? Or are they trying to bypass God's will for their own?

Who are these people?

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