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ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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Delores,

May I point out a relevant issue concerning the sending of bibles? This was done AFTER Huckabee's prompting people to do so; it was a blatant act of 'retaliation', as though flooding her with bibles and sermons will soften her heart. It was a 'we'll show you' type of mentality that will NEVER cause an unregenerate to see their need for Christ. Huckabee was wrong to make such a statement; if he truly cared about this woman's soul, why not visit her personally and speak of Christ? I'll tell you why, because Huckabee is politically motivated and NOT Christocentric.
Is sending her tons of bibles and sermons going to cause this woman to cry out for mercy? Will she see her sins and her need for a Savior because she received bibles and sermons? Will she even bother to read anything sent? Some may argue that God can use anything, and He can. However, the 'in your face' evangelism, if that's what you desire to call this foolish act, will never be seen favorably by those who are on the receiving end.


News Item10/30/14 11:07 AM
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SteveR wrote:
Whats the 'comm movement?'
And, I think philosophical differences do happen especially when we try to discern and pursue our Spiritual Obligations in the present fallen secular context. I have thought you & I have different paradigms of the current fallen world and present systems of authority leading to different understandings of our Spiritual obligations
A philosophical outlook based on your semi-pelagian paradigm is sure to be different from a philosophical outlook based on a biblical paradigm, accounting for the different understanding of the Spiritual obligations as between you and Pennned.

News Item10/30/14 11:05 AM
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And just think, I was baptized and confirmed into the catholic church. I remember when I was quite young, my parents considered me becoming an alter boy. Boy am I ever glad that didn't take place.

Anyway, the fact they finally got to these 3 means absolutely nothing as their system still promotes this behavior. They participate in homosexual acts and then simply confess it to one another and all is forgiven. What I am saying is, this was all for show.

I couldn't get the article to come up on my aging laptop, but I am pretty certain my comments would be right on.


News Item10/30/14 10:57 AM
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Michael H. I agree we really do need the filling of the Holy Spirit. I will give my in-laws credit for teaching me about this. Being raised Baptist, I had never really heard much about Him. That's what turned the disciples from weak, fearful, men into powerful witnesses for Christ, speaking out for Christ, suffering perscution, beaten, stoned but still preached the word.At age 20, I,too, came back to God and found him in a fresh, new way. He showed me his love in a way I had never known. I witness to others with more love for Him and them than ever before, the fruit of the Spirit became more edvident in my life. Not saying I am perfect because I still have to battle the flesh. We are facing some difficult times ahead and there is a real need for a fresh out pouring of the Holy Spirit.
Btw, I don't see this incident of sending Bibles and sermons to a lost person as not caring about her soul and I find it strange that some do. I have family members that are that I pray for daily that are gay. I saw it like I said as an encoragement from God to those pastors, who were forced to do something by someone using her power of office to be vindictive. God works in mysterious ways and His word will not return void,it will accomplish what He intended.

News Item10/30/14 10:40 AM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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Michael,

I agree - "our witness needs to be both!"


News Item10/30/14 10:35 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
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Martin wrote:
Another problem with these Southern Baptist leaders is
Martin TX
I've got a few minutes before I step out the door and would like to respond

our witness needs to be both!

I am priviledged to stand with some other people outside our local "grossly injust" abortion clinic where BABIES ARE MURDERED (HERE)

Ultimately what good have we've done if we completely stop the murder of babies by their mothers, fathers and grandmothers and still the mothers and their children die and go to hell because they were never told the preeminently important Gospel of Christ? or even abandoned the whole issue to the RCC with her false damnable gospel as if being pro-life (anti-slavery, anti-injustice) is enought to be right with God?

btw
the sign:

CHOOSE Life
that BOTH You
and your
BABIES
may LIVE
Deuteronomy 30:19

drew one of the strongest reactions I've seen to any of the signs we hold


News Item10/30/14 10:33 AM
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Dorcas,

Yes, Christendom is indeed at a low ebb; the pulpits are filled with men-pleasers who do not tremble at the word of God. The 'gospel' most speak of is an accursed one, which saves no one. Is it any wonder our Lord exclaimed "Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?"

Martin,
I agree, the meltdown of society is a grave concern, however, standing up like a Wilberforce and declaring such will do little to change dead hearts. The only thing that will change a heart is the proclaiming of the Gospel, which is what the Apostle Paul stated in Romans 1:16, ' For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.'
We are not called to change the world so that it conforms to our thinking, we are called to speak and live in such a way so that Christ may be made known.


News Item10/30/14 10:18 AM
Martin | Texas  Find all comments by Martin
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Another problem with these Southern Baptist leaders is that they seem to confuse the evangelistic calling of the church with its calling to be 'salt and light' in society, even apart from our call to make disciples. William Wilberforce denounced the slave trade before Parliament because of the grossly evil nature of that practice. As far as I know, he didn't set his denunciations of slavery in a "gospel context" of "evangelizing" his fellow members of Parliament and calling them to Christian discipleship. His attitude was, "Whether or not you are a Christian or even desire to be a Christian, this is a gross injustice to human beings, and it has to stop!" That has got to be our approach in dealing with homofascism. This is not simply an issue of personal morality to be addressed in the context of Christian discipleship as people move from unbelief to faith in Jesus Christ. The assault on marriage and the family is a gross social evil-- like slavery or abortion-- that deprives people of God-given rights-- for example, the right of children to be raised by a mom and a dad, and the right of school children to be shielded from morally corrupting propaganda. We ought to denounce these evils as social evils, not just as matters of personal morality or Christian discipleship.

News Item10/30/14 10:18 AM
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Ladybug,
'Christendom' is at such a low ebb and sound doctrine is rapidly disappearing from most pulpits these days.
Most of these little soirée 's that these denominations have are nothing but humanistic , 12 steps to your best life now,
How close can we mimic the world and culture and still be assured we are on our way to heaven.

News Item10/30/14 10:17 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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pennned wrote:
SteveR, I agree with your comments, you know I do.
here comes the "but" I would say you can't have it both ways,
you call them Anabaptists all the time, which seems to be translated a renegade that won't comply with the grand religious system,
then you've got guys that build and promote the one world system, aided by the unknowing dispens.
I have long thought that your quandary around here is not philosophical by nature, but rather of loyalty. You are free to declare whatever institution you think everyone needs to emulate in order to be right with God.
because anyone can see that the comm movement doesn't care which religion you are, but simply that you bow to theirs.
Whats the 'comm movement?'

And, I think philosophical differences do happen especially when we try to discern and pursue our Spiritual Obligations in the present fallen secular context. I have thought you & I have different paradigms of the current fallen world and present systems of authority leading to different understandings of our Spiritual obligations


News Item10/30/14 10:15 AM
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Christopher000 wrote:
Hi MG...the information about the earth and its various forces, medical information, etc contained in the old testament, things our science wasn't even aware of until more recent times is pretty Incredible. The shape and suspension of the earth, the hydrologic cycle, mountains under the oceans water, river under the earth, and the list goes on and on. Just viewing the earth itself suspended in mid air and staying out without any soet of support is amazing, not to mention its mysterious, perfect rate of rotation. What makes it turn??
Hebrews 1:1-3
God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds; Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person, and UPHOLDING ALL THINGS BY THE WORD OF HIS POWER, when he had by himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high;

News Item10/30/14 10:12 AM
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Michael,

I saw that too - FOTF - BAD news!
I have watched Rosaria's testimony and give the Lord praise for what He's done in saving another lost soul.

It would appear we both have the same 'work' to tend to today...log removal is essential for each of us


News Item10/30/14 10:11 AM
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This man has got it right, look at the track record of a president, party or senator or anyone in politics. How did they vote on issues that were important to you, then for heavens sake go out and vote! Many kudos to this man for swimming against the current.

News Item10/30/14 10:06 AM
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ladybug wrote:
Rosaria states this concerning the pastor who befriended her, "I never felt like a project, because Ken Smith always realized that the big sin in my life was unbelief, and everything else would get worked out in the wash." It seems today we focus on certain sins like homosexuality and forget the 'root' sin...unbelief.
From this same article, I found this a bit disturbing, "British pastor Sam Allberry, who has acknowledged he deals with same-sex attraction"...First of all, 'same sex attraction' is NOT what the Bible calls it; the Bible calls it lust {Romans 1:27}. How can a pastor lust after another man and preach the word of God?!? We all battle sin, yes - however, that does NOT mean we should be in a constant struggle with the same besetting sin.
Ladybug
Difficult and perilous times
I noticed those things too
and also the president of the heavily ecumenical (leaning more to interfaith?) focus on the family participated as well

Got to run, lots to do including removing the log or a whole forest of them out of my own eye first as I seek to serve or Risen Savior Jesus Christ


News Item10/30/14 10:05 AM
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Why are we surprised at this? If millenials and college students are overwhelmingly in favor of sexual perversion being written into our legal system-- seeing nothing wrong with the trashing of God-ordained marriage and the open embrace and celebration of sodomy-based marriages and their corollary-- 'donor' parenting as a means of 'creating' children who are deliberately deprived at birth of one of their biological parents to satisfy the narcissistic longings of self-centered homosexuals-- if young people see nothing wrong with such a Huxleyan dismantling of the social order and the complete moral and cultural disintegration of society, why would would we think it strange they see nothing wrong with infanticide? Keep in mind the top priority for these young people is total sexual 'freedom.' Sexual rights always 'trump' any other human right-- the right to freedom of religion, or (in the case of babies) the right to life. Why are we surprised when the morally degenerate are incapable of seeing anything wrong in morally degenerate forms of conduct?

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Rosaria states this concerning the pastor who befriended her, "I never felt like a project, because Ken Smith always realized that the big sin in my life was unbelief, and everything else would get worked out in the wash." It seems today we focus on certain sins like homosexuality and forget the 'root' sin...unbelief.
From this same article, I found this a bit disturbing, "British pastor Sam Allberry, who has acknowledged he deals with same-sex attraction"...First of all, 'same sex attraction' is NOT what the Bible calls it; the Bible calls it lust {Romans 1:27}. How can a pastor lust after another man and preach the word of God?!? We all battle sin, yes - however, that does NOT mean we should be in a constant struggle with the same besetting sin.

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It talks about this in the end of Romans 1 when it says without natural affection for a mother to sayI don't wont my baby kill it definitely doesn't have any affection

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Troll Spotter wrote:
Trolling Christian internet sites offering his ignorant, uninformed advice to everyone he considers blind and hypocritical, thus wasting their time?

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Too little and far to late
They use their roman dog collar and title of priest to win the confidence of the blinded dupes....
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