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Thomas the Doubter | here and there  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
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s c from Oh writes:
"Black" church objecting to the PCUSA? Isn't that, in some ways, like the pot calling the kettle black?
Christians need no adjectives in reference to their temporal earthly bodies.
How racist would a "white" church sound?
Newsflash: All God's children used to be slaves to sin but are free in Him!
- right you are.

News Item3/28/15 8:21 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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my dear sister pennned, first I hope and pray that you and yours are doing well.

You are moving the pieces on the chessboard. You rightly pin the blame for the implementation of this on the Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld administration and even the Republican controlled congress that authorized it. That however is not what your post (3/28/15 10:20 AM) was lamenting. You were insinuating that conservatives were quiet when it was implemented and only speak up now because there is a liberal in the office. "how come the conservatives are only awake when a liberal is in power" You asked, so I answered.

What both Mike and I said, is that we weren't. The conservatives with whom I regularly associate (who discuss politics) were not okay with the "Patriot Act" because a so called conservative was in office. Now maybe that is not your experience, but please don't paint conservatives with such a broad brush and say when the "right" people were in power we sat in silence.

I don't spend a lot of time criticizing the previous administration here because Jim makes up for that all by himself. The article could be how an asteroid missed the earth by just 600,000 miles and he would find a way to fault Bush.


News Item3/28/15 7:01 PM
Supporter | Household of Faith  Find all comments by Supporter
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John UK wrote:
Brother Saint Michael
One thing that I've noticed in mine own life as a Christian, is that I have gone through several different phases, which have all been influenced by an increasingly deeper understanding of the Person of Jesus Christ. And I believe God understands that this will happen in all his people, thusly, he doesn't expect too much of us when very young in the faith. Thusly, the deeper we go, and the more we comprehend the intense sufferings of our Saviour, which leads to better knowing how great is his love for us, thusly we become more sensitive to how others relate to the Lord Jesus Christ, and it becomes us to remember that others are also on a spiritual pilgrimage, at different points along the road, with either less knowledge of him or more knowledge, more experience of him or less experience, more or less sanctified, successful, or useful. Why am I saying this? I don't know. But then did Isaiah know why he wrote chapter 53?
Nicely sung song BTW.
So then, what can we do to prevent this Navy chaplain from dismissal?

News Item3/28/15 6:34 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Michael Hranek wrote:
Brother Saint John UK Wales
Imho a most beautiful sentiment for the child of God, The Doctrine of Total Abandonment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BYT_4VcoOc
We Have Come Into His House
Brother Saint Michael

One thing that I've noticed in mine own life as a Christian, is that I have gone through several different phases, which have all been influenced by an increasingly deeper understanding of the Person of Jesus Christ. And I believe God understands that this will happen in all his people, thusly, he doesn't expect too much of us when very young in the faith. Thusly, the deeper we go, and the more we comprehend the intense sufferings of our Saviour, which leads to better knowing how great is his love for us, thusly we become more sensitive to how others relate to the Lord Jesus Christ, and it becomes us to remember that others are also on a spiritual pilgrimage, at different points along the road, with either less knowledge of him or more knowledge, more experience of him or less experience, more or less sanctified, successful, or useful. Why am I saying this? I don't know. But then did Isaiah know why he wrote chapter 53?

Nicely sung song BTW.


News Item3/28/15 6:08 PM
Preserver | God's Truth  Find all comments by Preserver
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It is my understanding, according to Proverbs, that we are to judge all things as to whether or not God approves and accepts them for His glory, or disapproves; judges the thing. It’s simply accessing it by the objective word of God. In God’s plans our judging of an issue is either for the eternal good of man and for God’s glory. The pope doesn’t have to judge anybody, because God has already judged them. Being gay is a judgment of God (Romans 1). When a sin characterizes a man that is a judgment of God. If stealing, murdering, committing adultery, etc. is my practice, then I have been judged by the Righteous Judge. Now condemning the person is another matter. We have no right to such. If I serve others as unto the Lord, I am judged a servant. When God translates a man from the kingdom of darkness to the kingdom of his Son, I have been judged righteous.
Now there will come a time when we, the saints, will judge even angels. Because we have God’s mind on an issue and, we agree with God. So.

News Item3/28/15 5:41 PM
Got Real | In the Heart of God  Find all comments by Got Real
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get real wrote:
I am reconciled with God once more, the trials and tribulations have momentarily lessened, my life not in jeopardy any more, and I believe that whatever comes my way I can now become an over comer in Jesus, I wanted to let everyone who prayed for me and offered supportive words, Thank You, they mean everything to me, and are a great comfort even now.
I sure learned a lot in this trial, to trust Jesus, to trust to reach out to others, to not despair.
May God Bless You and do for you as He has done for me, and may you have the loving kindness of supportive fellowship that you gave me, oh what a comfort it is~!
with love from
get real
P.S. the sermons that were posted during this time are so wonderful, I needed every word~! God Bless~!
The saints rejoice when one sinner repents; when he turns to the Lord who graciously pardons. The word of God says He will never, never, never leave us(his own) nor forsake us(his own) (Heb 13:5). If he died for us while we were dead in our trespasses and sins, how much more will he pardon his own; now that we are his. The Word works effectually in us. It is powerful, sharper than a two-edge sword. It critiques our motives & source. It keeps us from sinning. Conversely, sin keeps us from the Word.

News Item3/28/15 5:27 PM
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Mourner,
I am on a mobile device, and am not to familiar with PC.
Maybe someone who is reading this could offer you some advice.
Sorry I could not be of service.

News Item3/28/15 5:13 PM
Mourner  Find all comments by Mourner
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MS wrote:
Nice to see you posting again.
Psalm 67 is one of our favorites to sing to our Great God.
The psalmist wants all nations to praise God, who is a just ruler of people and a guide for all the countries, as he states in vs. 3-4.
Thank you. Yes, it's been a while. A lot has changed in computer world since last I had access to one. I'm struggling. Maybe you can help me. When I go to listen to a sermon the little block comes up in the left upper corner and there is nothing to make it start to play??? How does it work?

News Item3/28/15 5:00 PM
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Mourner wrote:
I sang Psalm 67 last evening before bed and this morning as I was recalling portions of history relevant to what I had been reading on the American Revolution, I followed a train of thought that brought me to Isaiah 52:
13 Behold, my servant shall deal prudently, he shall be exalted and extolled, and be very high.
14 As many were astonied at thee; his visage was so marred more than any man, and his form more than the sons of men:
15 So shall he sprinkle many nations; the kings shall shut their mouths at him: for that which had not been told them shall they see; and that which they had not heard shall they consider.
and
Isaiah 59:
1 Behold, the Lord's hand is not shortened, that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear:
2 But your iniquities have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear.
Pray on Grateful for our families, nation and the world,
Nice to see you posting again.
Psalm 67 is one of our favorites to sing to our Great God.

The psalmist wants all nations to praise God, who is a just ruler of people and a guide for all the countries, as he states in vs. 3-4.


News Item3/28/15 4:36 PM
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Grateful wrote:
May we all take Deuteronomy 5:29 to heart so that Psalm 67 becomes a testimony to God's truth. This should be the prayer of every believer - Psalm 67. It changes our perspective each time it is uttered. It wakens us.
I sang Psalm 67 last evening before bed and this morning as I was recalling portions of history relevant to what I had been reading on the American Revolution, I followed a train of thought that brought me to Isaiah 52:

13 Behold, my servant shall deal prudently, he shall be exalted and extolled, and be very high.

14 As many were astonied at thee; his visage was so marred more than any man, and his form more than the sons of men:

15 So shall he sprinkle many nations; the kings shall shut their mouths at him: for that which had not been told them shall they see; and that which they had not heard shall they consider.

and

Isaiah 59:
1 Behold, the Lord's hand is not shortened, that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear:

2 But your iniquities have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear.

Pray on Grateful for our families, nation and the world,


News Item3/28/15 4:30 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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...such a waste of money. At least, the initials pp (for planned parenthood)is applicable. Waste is waste.

May God have mercy on this country for offering up the innocent.


News Item3/28/15 4:26 PM
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s c,
Thanks for the chuckle..

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s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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I would ask FG where the local McDonald's is. I'm not so sure that that would be up his alley. He probably just dines at the more elite places. On the other hand,since fish is very popular among his cronies this time of the year, he might be the one to ask as McDonald's often has lent/lint specials

News Item3/28/15 4:16 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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They forgot to add: if you're an elderly lady in a wheelchair.
And,of course,we know that if you have your face totally covered and you're muslim that you won't have to consider the aforementioned (what might make a TSA suspicious);that would be "profiling".
Maybe those who don't want to be prodded can dress like a muslim.

News Item3/28/15 4:11 PM
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Unprofitable,I really don't think that you or too many other people would care whose picture is on any currency. The picture is highly overrated and really of none effect.

News Item3/28/15 4:08 PM
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"Black" church objecting to the PCUSA? Isn't that, in some ways, like the pot calling the kettle black?
Christians need no adjectives in reference to their temporal earthly bodies.
How racist would a "white" church sound?
Newsflash: All God's children used to be slaves to sin but are free in Him!

News Item3/28/15 4:02 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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I guess that makes my Stonewall Jackson quarters no good too!! well, at least I got this coin dated 8 B.C., something that old has to be valuable.

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Shane | socal  Find all comments by Shane
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Penny... I'm glad you got a chuckle.

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Grateful | On My Knees  Find all comments by Grateful
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get real wrote:
I am reconciled with God once more, the trials and tribulations have momentarily lessened, my life not in jeopardy any more, and I believe that whatever comes my way I can now become an over comer in Jesus, I wanted to let everyone who prayed for me and offered supportive words, Thank You, they mean everything to me, and are a great comfort even now.
I sure learned a lot in this trial, to trust Jesus, to trust to reach out to others, to not despair.
May God Bless You and do for you as He has done for me, and may you have the loving kindness of supportive fellowship that you gave me, oh what a comfort it is~!
with love from
get real
P.S. the sermons that were posted during this time are so wonderful, I needed every word~! God Bless~!
Thank God for every Phineas. May our great God bestow manifold blessings on all who live as sanctified ones. We don't want to give the heathen any reason (they might imagine) to blaspheme the Lord.
May we all take Deuteronomy 5:29 to heart so that Psalm 67 becomes a testimony to God's truth. This should be the prayer of every believer - Psalm 67. It changes our perspective each time it is uttered. It wakens us.

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Jim, seems to me some very corrupt and selfish men are hiding behind the Jewish people for their own personal gain. But nice try.
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