Christopher000 wrote: Right, mans vows are mans vows, but what does the bible say? As bt the book noted...submit, be submissive, etc. Husbands are also instructed to love their wives as they love their bodys. The husband is the spiritual head, but I believe loving your wife includes talking things over, and settling differences by meeting in the middle if possible, not heavy handed dictatorship.
Well said Christoper, caring and sharing, loving one another and being kind to each other.
John Yurich USA wrote: Good that home births are on the rise. When I get married and have children they will be born at home. Actually I will construct a small one room hospital on the farm that I will acquire. The one room hospital will be where the children will be born. I will have the doctor come out to the farm to use the one room hospital.
Just wondering John, do you think your wife (to be) will be quite happy to go along with all your plans? Will she have a say in the matter?
Dorcas wrote: Was just listening to a talk on how Scotland has passed a law that every child born would be "assigned" a state agent ? Do you know anything about this? Maranatha Lord Jeus!
Yes Dorcas, it's called a " named person proposal " it's a plan for a state appointed guardian for every child under 18 in Scotland to protect children and monitor their well being ( so they say )I believe this is just the Goverment taking over the parents right and intrude on family, it's quite frightening and I also believe its all the work of darkness. How dare they do this! I dread to thing what's ahead.
Good afternoon Dorcas ( evening here) things are well in the Outer Hebridies Scotland but wet and windy, we could do with a spiritual breeze to awaken us to be more prayerful and obedient, so thankful to have Sermon Audio and so many good preacher to listen to and also all the discussions on the news treads. The Lords blessing to you.
GSTexas wrote: Reading that he apologized really disgusted me. Why would he apologize and call himself a criminal for doing the Lords work? Such capitulation is unbecoming of a Christian, and really makes me question his standing with God. Id rather die for Christ and recieve a crown of life, than to live and bear such ignominy. By the grace of God, if I ever face such tribulation, Ill never deny my savior, or condemn the work he has called me to do.
It's so easy for us to say that we wouldn't do this or that, but unless we are put in a situation like so many in North Korea we shouldn't judge, remember Peters words in Matthew chaper 26 verse 33 then again in same chaper verses 69 to 75.We would hope that God would uphold us, but in ourselves we can do nothing. Best regards in our Lord.
Anne, what beautiful news, a baby boy how wonderful, may our Lord bless him and keep him throughout his life and all your family also. Same birth date as my husband so will be remembering your precious baby. Oh, and pass congratulations to your husband.
John Yurich USA wrote: I know about all those stories. But it is not logical that they should have broken their vow of chastity and engaged in fornication. I have total self control and I would never engage in sex outside of marriage. You are wrong that I will deny that those priests and nuns will be spending eternity in Hell. They will be spending eternity in Hell unless they repent and embrace Jesus as their Savior and trust in Him alone for salvation.
So how how how can you stay in an institution like this, can you not take time to think, I mean really think, nothing I say will change your mind, only the Lord can do so. I left the church of Scotland when they took on a homosexual so called" minister", that was enough for me, I think I know your reply.... .." you have repented and embrace Jesus as Savior and trust in him alone for salvation"...well if you have consider the body you are part of.
John Yurich USA wrote: Why would that nun have broken her vow of chastity and engaged in fornication? That is not logical that the nun should have broken her vow of chastity and engaged in fornication.
Do you really think this is the first time this has happen! How many times over the decades, over the centuries have nuns given birth and the baby quietly "disposed off " and not difficult to guess who the fathers were, those who have left the convents have testimonies to the horrific going ons there, absolutely horrific, I often think that those nuns and priests have their place at the very bottom of the fiery pit but of course being a roman catholic you will deny this.