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KK | USA  Find all comments by KK
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NOSEY wrote:
I was formerly a Republican and considered exercising this "privilege" once again after abstaining for many years.
And now I am, more than ever, becoming involved so that those who believe in this system can prevent Republicans from enforcing laws that prevent a certain segments of voting.
I thought this privilege was extended to all Americans. Not so in NC and a few other states. Why?
Is it immoral to thwart another's constitutional rights? Is it possible that Christians will have some rights taken away also?
Could you please explain what it is you're talking about ––– Who is being prevented from voting

News Item7/30/16 11:36 PM
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ladybug wrote:
This has nothing to do with the present topic, however, I think it will bless those who take time to read this sermon from Murdoch Campbell - http://www.the-highway.com/campbell7.html
Dear sister, thank you for recommending this.Just finished reading it and was both blessed and convicted to be in more fervent prayer for an outpouring of His Spirit upon His sleeping church.
I would suggest also a reading of Psalm 74 to accompany this sermon.
A blessed Lord's Day to all.

News Item7/30/16 10:24 PM
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This has nothing to do with the present topic, however, I think it will bless those who take time to read this sermon from Murdoch Campbell - http://www.the-highway.com/campbell7.html

News Item7/30/16 8:12 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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John UK wrote:
Bro Mike, have you ever come across any dispensationalists who do not believe that animal sacrifices will resume during a supposed millennial reign of Christ?
I'm not Amill, John, so maybe the label "dispy" might be applied? Maybe I'm wrong, but I have no good reason to think there will be animal sacrifice during the millennium. Since Revelation doesn't say anything about it, and as we know, the purpose of Revelation is to disclose, to reveal, to make clear, to manifest, (unlike parables) there is no reason to suppose it will be resumed. If a serious hunt has to go on in order to find verses somewhere which allegedly support something which isn't there, then it probably isn't there, and the other verses are improperly used. If that which was given to disclose "that which must be hereafter" (4:1) doesn't disclose what someone is looking for, then perhaps it isn't there to disclose.

News Item7/30/16 7:14 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Ignominious Emirakan wrote:
CNSNews.com) – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on NBC’s “Meet the Press today that “the unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights.”
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She misses the point, even while using the word "person." The unborn person is a human, therefore has the right to continue to live. Why do people listen to these ignorant buffoons? As for constitutional rights, one of them Americans have is the right to life, endowed to us by our Creator. So yes. the unborn American person also has constitutional rights. A person is a human, Hillary! Wake up and smell the coffee. Not surprising she doesn't want Americans to have constitutional rights, but does want illegal non-Americans to have them.

News Item7/30/16 6:45 PM
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Abortion should both grieve and anger the Christian, grieved that a child has been killed and angered that the murderers get away with it.

It is a most detestable practice, it would be better "that a millstone were hanged about the neck of those who preform it and approve of it and that they were drowned in the depth of the sea."

They willingly are ignorant of the fact that "it" is a child, and they sear their conscience with a hot iron in doing their monstrosities, we should warn all people against this, that we may glorify God, making a difference, perhaps saving lives that we ourselves may not be found guilty, by our Lord, of attributing to their practices by not telling others about the truth of the matter, and the gospel.


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Connor | Ca  Contact via emailFind all comments by Connor
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I saw a shirt that said, "If we lie to the government it's a federal crime, but if the government lies to us, it's called politics." And that's the truth of the matter, summed up on a t-shirt, amazing.

News Item7/30/16 6:04 PM
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Dispensationalism goes deeper than minor differences regarding the second coming of Christ. It is actually a process of cutting the word of God to pieces.It pulls apart the Bible and pigeon-holes it's parts! Even reaching back to Genesis, traveling through the Psalms, prophets, the four Gospel accounts, Acts, the Epistes until it reaches it's climax in Revelation 20, where it begins again with Rev. 20 and returns back through the Bible, ending with the Abrahamic covenant in Genesis 12!
Millions of dollars of the people's money are spent to spread this darkness, on Scofield Reference bibles, elaborate charts, conference books by celebrity ministers, etc....bible colleges, seminaries and churches have saturated peoples minds with this teaching!!

News Item7/30/16 5:57 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Hi Kev, I like the Spurgeon site also.

The subject matter of the thread is important, especially as it may be all happening in our lifetime, and we ought be really clued up on it.

2 Thessalonians 2:1-4 KJV
(1) Now we beseech you, brethren, by the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and by our gathering together unto him,
(2) That ye be not soon shaken in mind, or be troubled, neither by spirit, nor by word, nor by letter as from us, as that the day of Christ is at hand.
(3) Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;
(4) Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.

A "falling away first". Tallies with the words of Jesus in Matthew 24;12 and Luke 18:8, a general apostasy and decline of practical religion, along with moral decadence, and churches becoming carnal and unspiritual.

It behoves us to watch and pray, and maintain our own spirituality, looking for the coming of the Lord.


News Item7/30/16 5:38 PM
Youth in Asia | Asia  Find all comments by Youth in Asia
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3) You are terribly offended by the fact that there would be sacrifices once again in the temple. Or that Christians would skip the Great Tribulation, and leave un-believers behind. 

Hey your feelings should not affect any part of interpretation of scripture, it's either going to happen and is true, or it will not happen and it's false. The Jewish people could not understand how the messiah could die, they saw the scripture and what it clearly said, but they could never picture the Messiah dying. So because of their feelings they twisted scripture. 
My point is it doesn't matter how crazy something sounds in the Bible, only matters if it's the status quo. If people who have never heard of Christ die, never had an opportunity to hear the bible, and then go to hell, in an offensive message such as that we don't twist the message to make it sound better. 

4) Someone accused me of being in the same camp as Roman Catholics here, whatever, at least I can have a friendship and have a meal with them, even amongst the differences we have.  By contrast I would not wanna be friends with some of the people here, for the way they slander because of a doctrine that is very difficult and does not determine someone's eternal salvation. 


News Item7/30/16 5:37 PM
Youth in Asia | Asia  Find all comments by Youth in Asia
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This thread moves fast... but I did want to reply to Pennelope as she called me out.

1) I believe in a difference between normal tribulation and the great tribulation.
It is hard to disprove that there is coming a time of great tribulation such as the world has never seen. During the great tribulation the trouble is administered by angels and released into the earth when they blow trumpets. John saw the wrath of God poured out by seven angels blowing seven trumpets (Revelation 8-11). 

It doesn't look like pennelope agree's, because according to your words you wish the current trials and tribulations that people experience in this world today should be considered part of the great tribulation. It's bad, but not bad like trumpets and seals of the book of Revelation.

2)  "what they said is that he says this proves the rapture, that the "falling away" was translated wrong and should mean being caught up. so they are teaching people that the "apostasy" is not the "apostasy" but the "rapture". can you believe that!?!

Too bad you can also do this when it suits your interpretation of the Bible, for example how are you going to treat the word "For" in  Acts 2:38?
"Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ FOR the remissio


News Item7/30/16 5:26 PM
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Christopher000 wrote:
Thanks for the word of the day, Mike, but it forced me to also look up the word, "obsequiously". Never heard of either. Boy, am I dumb. : )
Chris, I did the same thing you did and had to go through the same process to figure out what Mike was saying. Now I know what sycophant and obsequiously mean, but I forgot both as I was typing this. If the Lord tarries and you remain in good health, the same will happen to you whippersnappers one day.

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Kev | San Diego  Contact via emailFind all comments by Kev
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Here a piece from Spurgeon.org I'm reading on this subject.

Spurgeon, whom has been seen to consider Calvinism to be the essence of Christian theology,79 was well aquainted with all of Calvin's view and considered his commentaries to "be worth their weight in gold."80 The amillennial view of Calvin, while not well-developed, continued in the Reformed Tradition as Augustine's views were not challenged on this issue. Amillennialism was then carried into Puritan theology by the classic Institutio Theologiae Elencticae of François Turretin (1623-87). Turretin has been described as "something of a gloomy amillennialist."81 Kennedy states of Turretin:
Turretin opposed the crasser, heretical chiliasts who anticipate an earthly millennium with sensual pleasures (including many wives and Jewish worship restored in Palestine) as well as the innocuous millennialism of such seventeenth- century Reformed theologians as Joseph Mede and Johan Heinrich Alsted. This kind of historical hope Turretin simply could not accept because he believed that the church must suffer, not reign in this life.82
Liked your comment to John UK
I of course think that Jesus does reign in the heart of the believer and has triumphed over Satan in the Elect which are the members of the Kingdom of God.


News Item7/30/16 5:05 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Dispensationalism - A Reformed Evaluation

"First of all, Dispensationalists may be an Arminian or four point Calvinist, but Dispensationalists are almost never five point Calvinists. The point that they drop out, of course, is limited atonement. Covenant Theologians are, of course Calvinists by definition, of the five point variety. Covenant Theology, if it enforces anything, it enforces the Calvinistic doctrine of Limited Atonement. If Covenant Theology does anything, it sets in context a full orbed Calvinist doctrine of Particular Redemption."

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Particular redemption is a most precious doctrinal truth, which warms the hearts of believers everywhere, for it spells out that Jesus in his atoning work was doing it out of love for a specific people from all history, dying in their place and bearing their sins and guilt. This is why the expression "Salvation is of the Lord" is so apt.


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Petranova wrote:
Really Jim?? What kind of attitude is that?!! Lose-lose situation? If there is hope of saving one child- even one- from baby killers, wouldn't you take that chance?! Marty is right- at least there is a chance with Donald! He may be a proverbial fool, but let's pray and have faith that God can use him (and more importantly the people behind the curtain helping him with his decision making). Hillary admits to loving child murder. At least trump is backed by a platform that encourages life, not death.
Absolutely perfectly said. The GOP and the Democrats are both pro-death and neither will stop abortions; the women are ruling now. But if I vote and I probably will it will be because GOP pandering to conservatives might save just one of these innocent little lives and in that and of itself would make that vote moral. Jim is a liberal pretending to be independent. He has already said he voted for Obama and will vote for WOMAN.

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Wayfarer Pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer Pilgrim
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It boils down to which candidate actually hates the idea of abortion but has a history of supporting it. Meaning, which candidate will support judicial support for supporting states rights to restrict abortion. I'm thinking Trump being "pro life sort of", beats Clintons abortion restrictions " not going to happen on my watch ".

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Petranova | USA  Find all comments by Petranova
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Really Jim?? What kind of attitude is that?!! Lose-lose situation? If there is hope of saving one child- even one- from baby killers, wouldn't you take that chance?! Marty is right- at least there is a chance with Donald! He may be a proverbial fool, but let's pray and have faith that God can use him (and more importantly the people behind the curtain helping him with his decision making). Hillary admits to loving child murder. At least trump is backed by a platform that encourages life, not death.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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John UK wrote:
Amen bro. Either a disservice to Christ, or a disservice to his word, the theology produces bad fruit and a bad taste in the soul.
You're talking about Covenant theology of course, John. Actually, Covenant theology while wrong, doesn't have to become toxic and turn into "Replacement Theology."
"Rock of Offense" wrote:
Replacement theology is established on the understanding that the New Testament Church REPLACES national Israel in God's prophetic program. It is not a "minority" belief held by a fringe group. This dangerous theology results in various expressions of anti-Semitism toward the modern state of Israel re-established in 1948. It's one reason we see major Christian denominations and their members take the side of terrorist organizations who are committed to the destruction of the Jewish state. See ... Avoiding the Error of Replacement Theology in the index at the end of this article....
excerpt from, http://tinyurl.com/hvx6xtw (What is Covenant Theology and is it Biblical?). You might like some of this John, it was written by a person who definitely isn't Calvinist!
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