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Blog9/16/16 6:15 AM
Mohd Danish | Uttar Pradesh  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by Mohd Danish
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Incredible Story truly awesome...That’s how
life sometime goes

Blog8/18/16 5:48 AM
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said, The hardest part is essentially getting
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Blog8/13/16 11:53 PM
Pastor Justin Pierce | Blountville, Tennessee  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by Pastor Justin Pierce
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The Quote you mentioned did not originate
from Cathcart.

Christian history, in the First Century, was
strictly and properly Baptist history,
although the word "Baptist," as a distinctive
appellation was not then known. How could it
be? How was it possible to call any
Christians Baptist Christians, when all were
It originated from Pastor, Theologian and
Professor John Mockett Cramp, D.D.

Forgive me if I accidentally made the wrong

Blog8/13/16 4:11 AM
jack | united states  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by jack
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the latest update here.

Blog8/10/16 5:31 PM
Elizabeth | Nigeria  Contact via emailFind all comments by Elizabeth
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Awesome tribute, may I use some words here?
Thanks so much for your permission.

Blog8/7/16 6:28 AM
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Blog8/7/16 6:27 AM
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Blog8/1/16 4:22 AM
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That was really awesome post thanks for this amazing post that you have shared, really amazing.

Blog7/28/16 4:08 PM
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Most suitable tribute to pay my late mom. Pls permit me to pick few lines from this...

Blog7/25/16 5:16 AM
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Blog7/23/16 1:48 PM
Eve | Under the Cross  Find all comments by Eve
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You ever feel like you're being followed?

Blog7/23/16 1:40 PM
Eve | Under the Cross  Find all comments by Eve
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Hanukkah is equivalent to Christmas.

It seems as though our Lord's silence at
this time of the "Feast of Dedication" was
equally fitting a when Pilate asked "What
is truth?"

He had opened the eyes of one who had been
blind from birth. They knew it and yet
refused to come to the true Light.

Hanukkah is no different than the man made
Christmas celebration. There is only one
Light that has any significance in eternity.

All who place any importance in these days
and then attached the name of Jesus to it
have failed to see that he does not endorse
such folly.

Blog7/13/16 10:47 AM
Mark mcculley | United States  Find all comments by Mark mcculley
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I find it interesting that these very same
preachers who are teaching “eternal election
is eternal justification” so that “election
is salvation” are the very same people who
also like to say that “non-election is not
condemnation”. But when they say this, they
have to change their soundbites so that
“election is not salvation but only unto
salvation”. They they quote CD Cole
—“Election is not the cause of anybody going
to hell, for election is unto salvation (2
Thessalonians 2: 13). Neither is non-
election responsible for the damnation of
sinners. Sin is the thing that sends men to
hell, and all men are sinners by nature and
practice. Sinners are sinners altogether
apart from election or non-election. It does
not follow that because election is unto
salvation that non-election is unto
damnation. Sin is the damning element in
human life. Election harms nobody.”

Those who refuse to give explanations like
to have their cake and also eat it. On the
hand, they like to reduce salvation to God’s
sovereignty and equate election with
justification ( and don’t talk about
justification or Christ obtaining
righteousness by being imputed with guilt).
But on the other hand, when it comes to
explaining the non-salvation of the non-
elect, these same preachers don’t want to
talk about God’s so

Blog7/12/16 4:16 PM
steven | london, england  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by steven
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the lord uses you mightily Richard, I thank Him and praise His name

Blog7/12/16 12:02 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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comments "A recent discovery by the Israel Antiquities Authority in Jerusalem’s City of David may finally reveal the answer to one of archeology’s most enduring mysteries: the location of the Greek Acra citadel.
¶ The exact spot of the famous stronghold that Antiochus IV used in the second century BC to control Jerusalem and monitor activity on the Temple Mount has long been unknown due to a paucity of architectural remains that can be traced to the Greek presence in the capital." etc.

Blog7/7/16 9:54 AM
Cornerstone Church | Savannah, Georgia  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by Cornerstone Church
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As an aside, you can see a few of the little
things that God blessed our church with in
these videos. First, we have video for each
of these messages: we didn't have it for the
entire length of the previous sermon series.
We also now have a pulpit provided from
another church for free. We were still
using the old Cornerstone "C" to cover the
mounting holes until we got the cross.

Blog6/19/16 8:23 PM
Scott Anderson | Fargo  Find all comments by Scott Anderson
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Works well and is very well done!

Blog6/19/16 11:50 AM
Lita | Crest Hill, Illinois  Find all comments by Lita
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I am really appreciating the sermons on the live stream and those
being saved. I visit your church with my Dad when we are down
there to visit at The Hearth. My sister who usually goes with me love
the service with old hymns and good Bible teaching. The good old
hymns in a church service and a Sunday night service are hard to
come by in this Chicago area. My Dad and I will often discuss the
sermon on a Sunday phone call. Thank you for being such a
blessing to all our lives!92

Blog6/13/16 2:57 PM
Sabrya | United Kingdom  Find all comments by Sabrya
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Please pray for my Closr friend Joshua who is 16 and hope that he
receives the Lord some time in his life soon as he can be distracted
by life. Also please pray for my Auntie Carmen also that she might be
saved and truly receive the Lord. She is Catholic and I ask that you
pray that she is able to discern what's true from the Bible and what
isn't from her catholic faith. God bless you all


Blog6/9/16 7:33 AM
Bob Faulkner | Illinois  Protected NameContact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by Bob Faulkner
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Generally speaking, God abhors mixing that which is good with that which is not. Jesus' story of the tares points this out also. I think your point and mine can both be made from the idea of the mixed multitude. And there is no question that they did cause some problems along the way.

I think also of the mixed multitude that first came to America's shores. Some to worship God, some to find gold. Like the mixed bag that has been called Christianity through the years.

Think of all of Rome's unholy additions to the purity of the Church.

You correctly point out that God saves a mixture of people. I was making the point that evil has been sewn in the midst of God's people.

As for your comment about Jews, since "Jew" is nothing more than a short form of Judah, and Judah has already come and gone in the story, I think it is fair to anticipate the name Jew. But I understand your point.

I do take seriously, if not painfully, your suggestion of bias in my writing and speaking. I have strived to be biased only by Truth as found in Scripture and the Son of God. May God have mercy on me if what you say is true.

Thanks for your observations, and attempting to keep the old guy sharp.

Bob F

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