Dolores wrote: This Christmas we were alone, just each other and a very quite house. The others had other places to go and our celebration will be Sunday. We had agreed not to get each other gifts but on Christian Day I had a gift under the tree. A beautiful card that said; For My Wife...all I want for Christmas is what God put right here in my arms when He gave me you to love. He also had gotten me a bottle of perfume and mentioned how he had smelled so many scents and finally noticed a line of men at one counter and so he found mine there. I gave him my gift of money in a card because that's what he always wants. You know, I couldn't have asked for a more blessed day than I had this Christmas!!
Hi Dolores, Noticed your post concerning perfume that you received. May I ask what the name was? I am a perfume nut and am always on the lookout for a new one to try. Thanks.
s c wrote: A lot of catholics, when asked, would say that they are "born again"...but they are just referencing their confirmation. They often speak "christianese" but most of the same phrases are 180 degrees in meaning from that which is Biblical. A one time, complete offering is totally incompatible with the whole concept of mass-which is a re-offering up of christ. It's indisputable; can't be the same jesus. ...and one cannot possibly worship Christ before they are saved. One may go through the motions but we are all children of perdition and blind/deceived until we are born again. I would be curious as to when you think that you were saved. Even the demons tremble...
Great Sermon! Was very blessed by this.Very informative.
Have enjoyed listening to your programs the last couple of days.
You present the facts without hype and emotionalism. Much appreciate it. :)
Well that's strange...Almighty God told Jeremiah the prophet that before He formed him in the belly He knew him! Silly woman...let's hope the Lord sends someone to declare the gospel and that He would open her heart to receive it.
Dolores...I find nothing in Gs posts that mark him as judgmental..............etc.as you accused him of. We find ourselves without a local church also for many different reasons,that I choose not to go into but your remarks were most unkind. Let's all give a little more grace one to another...the unbelieving world is watching us...even on this forum.
My husband and myself have a similar story Gs. Being a true Christian can be a very lonely walk at times...but HE is faithful and will never leave us or forsake us.All praise and glory to our Great God! Will remember you and your family in prayer.
My testimony since my Lord and Saviour saved me out of the darkness and bondage of Roman Catholicism.... "No sacrifice but Calvary" "No priest but Christ." "No confessional but the throne of Grace." All praise,glory, and honor to thee Almighty God and Saviour!!