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Sermon The Purpose of God for this Creation | Pastor Alfred J. Chompff
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News Item6/11/12 11:14 AM
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jpw wrote:
...and so we should....modern medicine is darwinism....ask any proud darwinist doctor, and they've brought us highly intelligent procedures such as using cancer-causing radiation to cure cancer caused by radiation.......

thank you jpw! you have my complete agreement!
Despite enormous pressure by medical schools, professional bodies, insurance companies and politics
there are still doctors who practice medicine according to christian principles.
The german doctors have just issued a public apology for the experiments of german doctors under the NS-regime.
Perhaps, sometime in the future, we shall see a similar apology concerning abortions etc. - and that not only in Germany!


News Item2/20/11 4:38 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Of course the Coptic religion isn't Christian,
which would seem to imply that all members of the Coptic Church are, per definition5um, non-christians.

is anyone of us able definitely to decide as to who is a christian and who is not?

"The LORD is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that trust in him" (Nahum 1,7 AV)


News Item10/23/10 8:15 AM
Dr Roger Clark | Yr Almaen  Find all comments by Dr Roger Clark
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QUOTE][AUTHOR]John UK[/AUTHOR]Ever read The Thirty-Nine Articles, Jim?
I suggest you do so, in order to stop making a complete idiot of yourself by making idiotic comments about a church you obviously know nothing about.
Also you could read the lives of great men of God like Howell Harris, who was converted during the eucharist, George Whitefield the great (Frenchy) field-preacher, Bishop John Ryle whose commentaries on the gospels are still read avidly by sensible, aspiring preachers today, and many many more good Anglican men and women who will knock spots off both of us at the Bema.
Even the Anglican Wesley brothers will shine like stars at the Bema, because of their devotion and free-willed obedience to their Master [LTRU].[/QUOTE]Agree with you entirely John.
Americans particularly ought to be able to remember George Whitefield in this connection.

News Item10/19/10 8:19 AM
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Brother Jim Lincoln -

I suspect your basic reason for permanently attacking the "KJV" is because it was propagated by the "Imperialistic British".

The "Imperialism" is over and done with.

The "Authorized Version of the Bible" - ("KJV") - is still going strong.

Thank God!


News Item10/10/10 12:57 PM
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nice to read some sense on the subject!

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Judges have never been noted for the possession of "Common Sense" - but this one is apparently living in "Never-Never- Land" where children grow on trees.

News Item6/5/10 3:26 PM
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it was the late Labour Administration that invited him - the Labour Party is the obvious choice to help this impoverished -(due to "damages"?)- church with the bill for the visit, don´t you think ?

News Item5/9/10 3:40 AM
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as an ex-patriate Brit with no vote in the UK-election, not being allowed to vote was almost a relief.
As a christian, I would have been in somewhat of a quandary.

Of course, one could have voted for the - presumed - lesser - "evil, that good may come" -

but didn´t St Paul say something about that?


News Item3/28/10 12:16 PM
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ozy guy wrote:
Or better to write and confess in repentance towards God and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and be Born again then say the office of the pope is demonic!
I agree - the office of the pope is an invention of the devil.

A pretty successful one too, from his point of view - just consider the fruits it has brought forth.

Repentance would seem to be the order of the day.


News Item1/18/10 10:28 AM
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The warning concerned the use of "Internet Explorer".
For browsing in the Net an alternative Browser - eg. "Firefox" - was recommended unrtil such time that Windows Express had repaired the "Security Leak".
"Net browsing" as such was not discouraged.

News Item1/18/10 8:51 AM
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"And Jesusanswering said unto them, Suppose ye that these Galileans were sinners, above all the Galileans, because they suffered such things? I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish." (St Luke 13;1-5)

These are words, that every single one of us should apply personally to our selves when considering the workings of God.


News Item9/21/09 7:33 AM
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"And there´s another country, I´ve heard of long ago......."

As an expatriate Brit I agree with you all 100% (nice to be able to agree with GG for a change!).
I assume things will no doubt get worse before they get any better.

However:-

God is God and Jesus Christ is the Son of God.


News Item9/13/09 2:41 PM
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In the UK a doctor is under obligation either to perform an abortion himself or, if he refuses to do so, to refer the patient to someone who will (see "Guidelines for doctors 0-18 years", issued by the General Medical Council, London, UK, 2007).
Only a matter of time till they get round to killing on demand?

News Item6/5/09 11:36 AM
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some very interesting research as to the value of music in medical therapy is going on at the Cognitive Brain Research Centre Unit, Helsinki University, Finland.
see :- www.cbru.helsinki.fi

News Item4/5/09 2:35 AM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
It appears that Germany is becoming insane and psychotic again like it was under Hitler if homeschooling is not permitted in Germany.
The laws whereby homeschooling is forbidden in Germany were created in 1936 under Hitlers government. They have never been repealed - in striking contrast to the treatment of other nazi-laws.

Naturally enough, this case has received absolutely no press coverage in Germany.


News Item3/22/09 8:18 AM
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Very often, you find the same people who attack the Resurrection of Jesus Christ (because it cannot be proved scientifically) supporting Evolution
(although it can not be proved scientifically.

Scientific proof involves the replication of fhe results by controlled experiments and is therefore in both cases impossible.

Historical proof is based mainly on the research and assessment of historical, judicial and literary reports.

Many researchers - e.g. Wallace, Arnold, Wescott, Morison, C.S. Lewis, McDowell - come to the conclusion that the fact of the Resurrection is better verified than any other historical fact.


News Item3/14/09 7:06 AM
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a man is responsible for his acceptance or rejection of Christ - and -
God is Sovereign in His election.

Both truths are scriptural- and the basis of Calvinism - and are accepted in Faith.

I don´t have to "understand" the apparent contradiction - any more than Spurgeon, Pink or Ryle did - but I accept both Truths.

Which makes me a "Calvinist".

Incidentally, there is no such thing as "four-point " calvinism.


News Item11/16/08 6:52 AM
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Correct, the title "Defender of the Faith" was originally given to Henry Viii by the pope.

However, the Reformers determined (rightly) that it was the Roman Church that had departed from "The Faith" and that the title was therefore warranted for the King.

It appertains to the -(socalled) "Reformed Faith).

So the pope ´s decision was "prophetic" when he bestowed the title ?

He had a predecessor:
the Chief Priest Caiaphas prophesied when he condemned the Lord Jesus to death (John 11;49-50).

The germans have a proverb :
"Even a blind hen finds a corn sometimes."


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Jessica Dawson wrote:
This matter is by the decree of the watchers, and the demand by the word of the holy ones: to the intent that the living may know that the most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it to whomsoever he will, and setteth up over it the basest of men. Daniel 4:17 KJV
This decision is by the decree of the watchers, And the sentence by the word of the holy ones, In order that the living may know That the Most High rules in the kingdom of men, Gives it to whomever He will, And sets over it the lowest of men.’ Daniel 4:17 NKJV
All have sinned and have fallen short of the glory of God. God will chose by His own righteousness who should be leader of this and of that. God's ways are higher than our ways and His thoughts are higher than our thoughts. God knows we are but a vapor, that is here and is gone. Glory to God in the highest! All praises to God with Whom all wisdom, glory and power rest!
God bless you Jessica, you´ve summed it all up in those few words !

Glory be to God in the Highest !


News Item9/16/08 11:35 AM
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as I recall - Tower Hamlets is where a British Home Secretary was told - "you have no right of access here, keep out!"

Be having a mullah for Prime Minister one of these days.

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