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News Item1/17/09 5:11 AM
Antinomian | World  Find all comments by Antinomian
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rogerant wrote:
aka Antinomian
Shame on you roger I changed my name many times because I could not reply the second time . I have known people that have replied twice so I thought I had to change my name to bypass some thing. Coz I am a bad typist and (the time) I copied my message untill it worked - then It did only because some one else has replyed you.... I rarely come on this forum maybe once a month and today was one of them.

As to the Truth I find no truth in your reply just playing the man!
On my add comment its say name or Alias. I just do as it says. If you have a problem with that sorry.

But about what I have stated I find nothing in your reply that is truthful. I didn,t say one can sin as much as he like u
One is an antinomian not because he says he not nor because he believe the law is binding still yet say with another breath we can continue in sin. What does Paul really say!! That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. 5 For they that are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh; but they that are after the Spirit the things of the Spirit. 6 For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace. 7 Because the carnal mind is enmit

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rogerant wrote:
Actually, not just lying and stealing. I break all of the commandment by the time that I get to breakfast. And they can be summed up this way. I have not loved the Lord God with all of my heart, and I have not loved my neighbor as myself.
My first thoughts when I get our of bed are, "man, I didn't get enouph sleep" Not, "Thank you God for that sleep!
My next thought is, maaake coffey! Not for my neighbor, but for myself!
What say you? Have you followed all of the commandments of active and passive obedience before you eat breakfast. Did you sleep in your own bed last night, or did a homeless person sleep in it while you slept on the floor?
"The foxes have holes, and the birds of the air of nests; but the Son of man hath not where to lay His head"
Your assertion sounds like legalism and a high regard for your ability to manifest evident graces!
Hi roger not sure if its intended but your statement here is incorect. You seem prowed of the fact you do this every morning with no grace (Gods Grace that works in you to will and do of His good plesure, Christ that is in you I can do all things..Holy Spirit Grace that has past tence regenerated you and me) of changing your condition. bring every thought into the


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QUOTE: "The issue is whether a B + B can turn away gay couple because they're gay. I think this would be a horrible and unchristian thing to do,"


Yeah, I agree. I think homos should be allowed to express themselves totally. If they want to dress in drag or make out or such, or if you can hear their S&M moans and whipping through the walls, or whatever, straights need to be tolerant, and parents need to teach their children to appreciate the homos, not to stare or act shocked.

A B&B that turns away a gay couple -- how did they know they were gay unless they were expressing their gayness in some way, but homos have a right to be free in public.

The B&Bs can just sterilize things more. Maybe they could have special orgy rooms just for the homos so AIDs, hepatitis and other germs and viruses can be somewhat contained. Of course that would be discriminatory. Probably the straits would just stop coming, so that would end that problem. Then the saunas could become orgy rooms, no prob.

What do you the gays go to a B&B for -- to write their thesis?

Jesus loves us all, paid for everybody's sins, and we're all totally depraved anyway in our flesh. In their spirits gays are pure and going to Heaven, long as they've sincerely asked Jesus into their hearts.

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When you are saved, you are free from the law. You don't have to try to be good anymore. Just do whatever you want to do because Jesus paid for all your sins.

You might want to still try to stay out of the way of the police though because you don't want to end up in jail.

But what people don't know, won't hurt them. Or what you are able to get away with, is your business.

Nothing will snatch you out of God's hand.

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