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Sermon John #74 True Love & Discipleship | Dr. James M. Phillips
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Well, John, at least I was able to share with her the importance of reading the Bible everyday and not just in Sunday School. We, as christian, need to be aware of what God says and since the Word is the sword of the Spirit, how can the spirit bring to mind scripture unless we read and know it. I can't tell you the times a scripture has come to mind while talking to someone or reading something on this forum. It's amazing to me when this happens because my memory fails me in so many other ways, names, where I placed something, go into a room and forget what I came in there for. You know, not very many even know what is in the Koran. We need to stay alert and aware for Satan is going about as a roaring lion seeking to destroy and devour. We do indeed, have the
Comforter with us to enable us and keep us as we battle the enemy.keep our eyes on Jesus, the prize that lies before us and not grow weary in well doing.

News Item12/17/14 11:15 AM
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I was having my hair done a few days ago and we were talking about the Bible and the way things are going now in the world. A mention of Muslims came up and since her salon is in a mall, she commented that some muslims came into her shop and began to talk about their religion and the Koran. She knows nothing about any of it but she said, she got a really weird feeling and felt very uncomfortable but she did tell them she believed in her Bible and was happy with that. I know some as I have heard enough from Jack Van Impe(he even reads from the Koran at times to reveal what they really believe) She said, they have shops in the mall. They are busy trying to get converts, and are going to stop at nothing until the world is islam.She said it was like cold chills came over her as he talked. She is Baptist, by the way.

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Got it on my computer and just made sure I had it right.

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Thank you, unprofitable servant!! Sometimes, I just want to give the thumbs up and no comment because nothing needs to be added.

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If I may, can I just give you a thumbs up on your sermon ( wish I knew how to do the thumbs up) It settled in my mind that God is happy with me, He filled me with His Spirit, which gave me power to be His witness, overcome sin in my life, live my life pleasing to Him. So, Amen to your sermon!!

News Item12/13/14 8:55 AM
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Tells me that christians need to be politically involved. To put feet to our prayers so to speak. One woman got abortion legalized, one woman had prayer removed from our schools and since it has snowballed into a hugh effort to keep prayer and christianity out of every event connected with school.

News Item12/10/14 12:01 PM
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I send money every month and recieve a book as a gift from authors like Chuck Swindoll, Beth Moore, Dwight L Moody,Lucado, Laurie, etc. Along with a lot of others that support his ministry. I reckon the people who subsidizes Billy are the ones the good Lord lays on the hearts of His people to do so.

News Item12/10/14 10:20 AM
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Btw, Christropher your post was really good and kinda like no one should take offense to, from either side. I think that must be your gift, because not many people can do that.

News Item12/10/14 10:05 AM
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Christropher, you are like me in that I just don't have the stomach to continue on because for one thiing, I can see that I am not being heard so I leave it in the hands of the stalwarts of the faith as Frank said.they say it better and stronger and they have made some very good points so why add mine. I wanted to give my thoughts on Christmas and what it means to me but I am still recovering from the Billy Graham thread but later I will continue on..have a blessed day all.

News Item12/9/14 7:41 PM
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Jim, of course without question, we have to live Holy lives. I agree totally!

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Elmer, thanks for responding to my post. Yes, one of the state troopers attend our church and he and his wife and in-laws are members. His mother- in-law is involved in Angels Quilt Ministry. That's where the ladies meet every Thurs. to make quilts for cancer patients that are going through chemo. One lady in my S.S. Class that got one testified how it meant so much to her to read the scriptures and know the love that was put into making that quilt. I don't belong to that ministery because I hate to sew. I love to read so I volunteer once a week to work in the church library. The couple that our pastor married joined our church also and both got baptized. There are people being baptized almost every Sunday. Sometimes one, sometimes three or more. Just wanted to say our Baptist Church is pretty busy doing the Lord's work and our pastor is just like me in his love for Billy Graham and his minstrey and unlike me he was raised in a Roman Catholic Church.

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Sorry, forgot to mention that the couple that our pastor married had been living together and he was asked by them to marry them and he did. It would be wonderful to attend a church that had no problems and everybody did and said the right thing but we live in a fallen world, attend a church with fallen people. Jesus, could have taken us out of this world when we became Christians but He didn't. He left us here to be His witness and gave us the power to do so by His filling us with His Holy Spirit. Giving us gifts to use in our churches and everyday life. We are called to be His ambassadors to a lost and dying world.

News Item12/9/14 10:37 AM
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Thanks Robert for responding to my comment. We can only speculate about what happened. Thanks for making it clearer.you are right, it's more about just not fellowshipping the offending one and pastor or deacons going to them personally, I think. We had a couple in our church but not members. Our pastor must have reached them somehow, because he was preaching one Sunday and mentioned that he had been asked by this couple to marry them and he had the pleasure of doing that. I have already been praying for the church and the families of those involved.It's happening more and more and sad to say even in our churches. You are right, we have to be careful in how the situation is handled. Just my thoughts, others may disagree.

News Item12/9/14 5:41 AM
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Well, John, that's exactly how I see salvation. You remember the reason for the bronze serpent is because they had sinned and the snakes were sent as their punishment. That serpent on the bronze pole was God's way of saving them from death. They had to look at this bronze snake, if they were bitten in order to live. Jesus said," If I be lifted up, I will draw all men unto me" and he used this passage as an example, if I remember, correctly. You have to look at Jesus, in faith at His fimshed work on the cross, at His blood atonement for the remission of our sins. Did you know that the people in the medical profession, use this same symbol of the bronze snake wrapped around a bronze pole, as their symbol of the healing profession. I have seen it on license plates of doctors before. I never understood why this was until I read this in Exodus, I believe. Your comment was excellent.

News Item12/8/14 11:44 PM
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Robert, we had a problem in our church having to do with two married (not to each other) people in the choir that were having an affair. Somehow it got out and the pastor wanted the choir leader to talk to them and ask them to leave the choir. Well, he wouldn't and some say that's the reason he had to retire a little earlier than he had planned. The couple also left the church and the choir director also left and now fills in for other churches. It does seem like we no longer have church discipline in most of our churches. Church of Christ still do, I think. I thought there had to have been a family problem going on for this to have happened and the pastor was involved somehow. Paul really was hard on the Church in Corinth for their lack of discipline.

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Yes, SteveR, war touches even the innocent and that is really sad. I didn't know about that. Just his story and that was really amazing what happened to those that worked to clean up after the bomb hit.Christians are going to be the target in every country. I firmly believe we are in the begining of it, now. Or it seems that way to me.

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This man's testimony is moving and powerful. There is a lot to be learned from it. So many rather hold onto their old ways of living, than find peace with Christ. Amazing how the praying missionaries and their daughter won so many to Christ with their love and friendship.The parents were kiled by the same kind of people that she later ministered to and showed them Jesus. They were not brought to Him with hatred and bitterness. They find that in the world and even among family and friends (like Job and this man's own friends, one even called him crazy.It seems like God sees us all as individuals rather than as a group of whatever.; the angels in heaven rejoicing over one sinner that repents and finds salvation in Jesus, one sheep that was lost, one coin that was lost and then found and friends rejoiced with her. One lost 85 yr old man, in a nursing home. Amazing Grace, amazing love.

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Unprofitable Servant, my thoughts and beliefs exactly and BG's also, I'm sure. JohnUK, that was a wonderful testimony about your pastor and the ministry he had. God uses one spitiual man to reach another and he goes on to reach others and that's exactly how it was done in the days of Peter, Paul and others. I truly believe God raised Billy up to be and do exactly what he has done. You know, he has always stayed humble. He and Ruth raised their family in a modest home on a mountain. She got upset because so many people were coming by their home to see where Billy Graham lived.I have read her book as well as his. Remarkable family, such a blessing. On her tomb stone she requested they put these words,Construction Finished. We are all under construction and will be until we meet Jesus,then and only then will we be perfected and Construction finished. The reason Billy could reach so many people was because he was the wayGod wanted him to be.I don't care how many times this comes up, I will defend Billy Graham as the man God himself raised up for the time he was needed.
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