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Any doubts you are living in a communist country?

http://www.libertyzone.com/Communist-Manifesto-Planks.html


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Alcohol vs. Marijuana
Trevor Hammack
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Some people can benefit from it medicinally. There are many that abuse & misuse even beneficial things. Doesn't make it the plants fault, but rather speaks to your and our own sinful nature that can wrongly idolize anything including marijuana. I myself am ADD with racing thoughts and it helps me to focus. I also have many bodily ailments & pains & other physical symptoms like joint pain, due to ulcerative colitis. I work a regular job, & even was a monthly award recipient in my workplace. Sounds like mj has really "negatively impacted" my life because it's a sinful corrupt plant that will make you a zombie with no goals. Stop blaming a plant, this one can't even kill you! Severely unlike legal alcohol.

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I strongly urge that all free-will and Universal Atonement advocates to listen to this. Forward it to as many people as possible.

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Great message!!

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Biblical Interpretation
Trevor Hammack
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That was an intensely interesting sermon, and most needful! If professing Christians were better acquainted with the Scripture they would not be led astray by smooth tongued decievers.

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Matthew Henry - 350 Years On
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Thanks for that interesting piece of history. Being a man of God certainly didn't shield him from personal grief. Losing his wife and child reminds of the same grief in the life of another great man, John Patton.

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Two Worldviews Collide
Trevor Hammack
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I thought the Christian apologetic did well considering what evil stupidity he was up against.

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I pray that God's honor may be vindicated, may Dawkins be forced to admit in one way or the other that there is a holy and righteous God before he dies.

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I dare them to say the same thing about muslims!

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Excellent. I appreciate preachers who are not afraid to speak the truth in this relativist society. God is truly glorified with this sermon.

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WOW! I TOTALLY AGREE WITH EVERY WORD OF THIS SERMON! Speak it, Preacher!

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Return ye backsliding children
Rev. Derek Erwin
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This sermon was a great blessing to my soul. I was fast asleep in bypath meadow and had (sadly) dropped my roll. Whither should backsliding children return, but to the Lord their God, from whom they have backslidden, and who alone can heal their backslidings?

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Abandoned But Not Forgotten
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This is an amazing testimony of God's grace at a time of real hopelessness.

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I am no Schuller follower but the question remains:

What 'denomination'
were the early Christians.?(during the 300 years before the RCC was established)


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hi Mercy,

I believe that what DJC and Rogerant say makes the most sense in the light of ALL NT scripture . Even without quoting Paul, we have enough from the Gospels.

Paul even says we are to put off all anger, malice jealousy etc. (Cant remember where at the moment!)so, WE do it ourselves. Otherwise he would have said it had been dealt with already at conversion.

What about the letter of James? He is speaking to the converted .Look at James 1.Again, we are to put off, lay apart all filthiness, to overcome , endureth, temptation and learn to bridle our tongues!

I am from the north by the way.
peace.A


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Interesting discussion.All make good points
worth thinking about, many thanks !

However, Mercy,how can someone be an 'overcomer'if they have not themselves done so? I have never met any Christian who was miraculously delivered from all sin and struggles.
I was hoping for this myself after conversion and disappointed when it did not happen! I felt an inferior Christian until I noticed I was not alone.
Another good source is "how to live the Christian life"by Hannah Whitall-Smith
written in Victorian times.It proves that converted Christians in those days also struggled with the same issues.


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Sorry enough already if you felt offended, but I have seen it all before. GG and friends are antagonised..they react
(no excuse on their part) as everyone knows they will, and you all come out in droves to support one another and bash them. That is how I see it anyway and the reason I left here before.
The reactions are not Christian witness, and often GG is called horrible names by some.
Why not give praise where it is due? Why should the Pope never say anything right because he is pope and RC? Just admit he can say right things. No-one is always right or always wrong.
I understand how frustrating it must be when only the RCC denounces secularism homosexuality and abortion when the evangelicals are mostly silent. I know the doctrinal errors in the RCC as I was raised one, but I do not agree with the attitude on here often which is not a debate but yes a bashing and it only antagonises the catholics more, and this way they will never change I assure you

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Obama could be dangerous.No experience and an attitude of presidential grandeur rarely seen in US politics.
See this interesting video about his apparant mental disorders:

http://www.faithfreedom.org/obama.html

You can agree or disagree. I was myself very sobered by this analysis though


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Not much I shouldnt think lespot, waive it away using some feeble excuse these types always use in such situations. I have heard it all before.

As far as on here is concerned, the rest
methinks are too busy bashing catholics, their favourite pasttime it seems !


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Agreed CMT,manypeople work for the luxuries
only , but not all as I know them.I am a stay at home mother myself , and I would rather have virtually nothing than give the care of my precious kids into the hands of strangers,as someone has to care for them if we work but thats me.But My point is,in as far as "raising " kids is concerned, in times past even if the Mother in a well-off class, was at home, at least some of the time,she rarely bothered about the children as she hardly saw them let alone raise them! Children were seen and not heard. (maybe we molly-coddle our kids too much?)
Hockey mum? Heaven forbid the mothers of the past did anything suchlike with their children and the working class mother surely did not have time for hockey ! There were too many children and too much work to be done in and outside the house (kitchen gardens were the norm but take a lot of work) On the whole though the kids were around the mother usually at least, helping mostly and mothers' word was law
Today, we have the luxury of having fewer kids and more money but its never enough. Thats my point about luxury ..we cant even see it and want more!
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