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Mike wrote:
Yes Frank, all you have to worry about are alligators, hurricanes, fire ants, and hanging chads!
Now, I had nothing to do with those hanging chads. I know there was a rumor that I rigged it so George Bush could win, but no one has offered any proof. And unlike Jim's female idol, they would have prosecuted me for voter fraud.

Hope you are hanging in there


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So, then I can’t say that Mohammed was a pedophile and got his theology from demons?

And, I can’t say that everyone who practices Islam as it is written in the Quran is either a murderer or a terrorist, or is someone that supports both?

And lastly, I suppose I can’t say that true Islam either believes that everyone has to convert (simply say something), or pay an infidel tax and give up most of their societal rights, or be killed?

Good thing I live in Florida!


News Item9/30/16 3:37 PM
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KK wrote:
The truth be told Obama is a fool –– and our elected officials are just as worthless as Obama
Absolutely pitiful...
Perfectly said! They are all different shades of the same color.

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Pastor Jon wrote:
Frank, im sure you know more about Warren than I do, all I'm saying is that I would rather use my critism on ministers when they are teaching false doctrine. Maybe Warren does, what heresies has he proposed? I'm seriously asking. I don't know?
Sorry for this late response, but I just sat back down at the computer. I have studied a great deal about Rick Warren and the purpose driven movement. I suppose that made my comment seem overly harsh and I am sorry I came across that way.

I have written 19 pages and over 9200 words concerning Rick Warren's movement. Far too much to share on this forum, but if you want it via email, then I'll send it to you.

However, I did run across this article by Lighthouse Trails that is a well respected discernment site. I believe it discusses his catholic connection, but I only skimmed it very quickly. Just google Rick Warren or the purpose driven heresy and you will find lots of stuff. But, if you want my 19 pages they are there for you.

http://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/blog/?s=Rick+Warren&search=Search


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“The Assumption completes God's work in her since it was not fitting that the flesh that had given life to God himself should ever undergo corruption. The Assumption is God's crowning of His work as Mary ends her earthly life and enters eternity. The feast turns our eyes in that direction, where we will follow when our earthly life is over.”

The above is from the EWTN site.

It is a popular belief in the RCC that Mary lived a sinless life and was a perpetual virgin and of course these false traits could go on and on. Mary was a blessed woman whom God chose to give birth to the God/man, but she should never be worshipped in any fashion.

She was in fact a sinner, just like everyone else I grew up in the RCC and I can attest that “most” prayers are offered to her because she will then intercede with Jesus for us. They have turned this blessed woman into a demon; the queen of the heavens.


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Pastor Jon wrote:
I'm not calling y'all Pharisees, but these type comments sound strikingly similar. I get pointing out heretics, but when a man says something correct and proclaims truth, is that really another opportunity to pound him. Come on brothers
Are you saying that Rick Warren is a brother in Christ? If not, then what is the difference between him and any other unbeliever, such as the pope. He is one of the most ecumenical Christian leaders in the history of the church, so you obviously have no trouble with that sort of agenda. I for one usually trash people like him because I don’t want anyone to be sucked into his agenda. Like satan, Rick Warren can operate as an angel of light when he is actually a wolf is sheep’s clothing. If Rick is not saved, which is what I would say, then why not expose his overall agenda? Remember, a non-believer can bear “no good fruit”. So, if his comment is correct, what difference does it make?

If you are indeed a pastor, perhaps you could give me the name of your church and which denomination, if any, you represent. That would help my understanding.

Lastly, I agree with his comment regarding envy. Greed is a form of idolatry and should be exposed. But, I could care less what he thinks.


News Item9/25/16 9:07 AM
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I tend to look at dialoguing with someone as attempting to find common ground. I consider debating with someone to prove they are wrong about a particular issue. Now with that said, I would never dialogue with a Muslim about their faith, but I would and have debated them. How someone can find common ground with a faith that has absolutely not truths is beyond me. However, the political, ecumenical pope believes he worships the same god as them, so I’m sure he truly means to dialogue with them.

Gotta go.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Frank, the part I agree with is, "When the life of the mother is truly threatened by her pregnancy, if both lives cannot simultaneously be saved, then saving the mother’s life must be the primary aim...."
How about the part that says, "But the intentional killing of an unborn baby by abortion is never necessary."

Keep in mind the words "intentional" and "never" and "unborn baby"


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ladybug, I answered Connor's question a long time ago, I take the Jewish position on abortion when it comes to saving the life of the mother. It is entirely irrelevant if I consider an infant a person or not,

The only thing I've stated for an abortion is the health of the mother--DT had other reasons for abortion which I don't support. But the above is quite Biblical.

Jim from Lincoln, this is from a pro-life site so it is biased towards doing the right thing. Notice how it is worded versus your pro-death agenda. 99.99999 percent of abortions are for convenience sake; plain and simple. Whatever percent that is left, should be done in accordance with the below. This is just so you don’t confuse anyone.

"When the life of the mother is truly threatened by her pregnancy, if both lives cannot simultaneously be saved, then saving the mother’s life must be the primary aim. If through our careful treatment of the mother’s illness the pre-born patient inadvertently dies or is injured, this is tragic and, if unintentional, is not unethical and is consistent with the pro-life ethic. But the intentional killing of an unborn baby by abortion is never necessary."

And then there was silence!


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The below was taken from the Missouri Lutheran Synod. My understanding is there are nuances as to what Lutherans believe, so some may in fact state it is only the spiritual aspect of the body and blood of Christ, but the below is from the most conservative element of Lutheranism.

Q: In Communion, do we commune with the sacrificed body and blood of Jesus, or the resurrected body and blood of Jesus?

A: The answer to your question is that we receive in, with, and under the bread and wine the true body and blood of Christ shed on the cross, Jesus Christ Who is now risen and ascended and sits at the right hand of God the Father. He is the same Christ, and when he gave us the Sacrament, as the Lutheran Confessions affirm, "he was speaking of his true, essential body, which he gave into death for us, and of his true, essential blood, which was poured out for us on the tree of the cross for the forgiveness of sins" (Formula of Concord, Solid Declaration VII, 49).

I also read where the Lutherans require magic words of the Priests to conform the bread and wine into whatever they say it is. They are more mystical and RC than biblical.

Communion is simply obeying what the Lord said to do and giving thanks and remembrance for His sacrifice on the cross; His flesh and blood


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“If you’re a Christian and you come into the military today, it’s going to be difficult for you,” Modder added."

No, it will be impossible for someone to be in the military and be a soldier for Christ. If a higher ranking official tells you to do something or not to say something that doesn't contradict the military's moral/legal code, then you must do it or be in all likelihood dishonorably discharged.

Those Christians who are serving must walk a very fine line, but like I said, IMO, it is now impossible.

2 Timothy 2:4 - No man that warreth entangleth himself with the affairs of [this] life; that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier.


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[34] Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. [35] For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. [36] And a man's foes [shall be] they of his own household. [37] He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. (Mat 10:34-37 KJV)

[11] Blessed are ye, when [men] shall revile you, and persecute [you], and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. (Mat 5:11 KJV)

[22] And ye shall be hated of all [men] for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. (Mat 10:22 KJV)

[20] Remember the word that I said unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you; if they have kept my saying, they will keep yours also. (Jhn 15:20 KJV)

Here is the Christian's peace!

[28] Come unto me, all [ye] that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. [29] Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. [30] For my yoke [is] easy, and my burden is light. (Mat 11:28-30 KJV)


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This fellow is simply a shock jock that is behind the pulpit trying to gain fame and notoriety and it is working. Reminds me of Westboro Baptist church. There were lots of instances in the OT that God called for the death penalty, but those began under a theocracy. The way God views/viewed homosexuality hasn’t changed, but He tore down the temple and there is no longer even a hint of a genuine theocracy or a genuine religious court existing today. I didn’t read the article, but I wonder if he noted the following along with his pet peeve?

(Lev 20:10 KJV) – adultery

(Lev 20:13 KJV)- homosexuality

(Lev 20:15-16 KJV)- bestiality

(Lev 20:27 KJV)- witchcraft

(Lev 24:16 KJV)- blasphemy

(Lev 24:17 KJV)- murder

(Deu 22:21 KJV)- lying about virginity


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MS wrote:
Howdy Frank...trust all is well with you and Mrs. Frank.
Thanks for asking! Yes my wife and I are hanging in there. Old age has a way of sorting out most of the problems that arise. But, my wife is fond of saying; "old age is not for wimps"! And boy is she ever correct.

I hope you and your husband are doing well.


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Sister Ladybug,

Good post to Dolores at 8:58 AM! I fully understand the position you are taking versus the position that I believe Dolores takes. Christian fundamentals are very important because they are like building blocks that all of our other beliefs follow from. Start with a poor foundation and it will not weather the storms that are ahead for all of us and even more important it will lead to untruths. Each of us that belong to Christ draw lines in the sand so to speak and anyone that crosses those lines needs to be confronted. IOW, someone might believe like the Grahams believe that God’s mercy is so big that non-believers are included in His family. Others like you and I don’t agree with that and we feel obligated to confront those things. That would destroy our building blocks and those things should be addressed.

Our building blocks should not be based on judgment, pride or arrogance, but often our stance may come across in that manner. When someone confronts Dolores, she accuses them of being judgmental and I know with certainty that is never the way I feel. I just want truth. I don’t understand why she just doesn’t address the issues that are brought up. She fully understands that she will be confronted and yet the issues presented are ignored.


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One of the many reasons I no longer serve, I saw the writing on the wall.
When I was in the military, even adultery was a punishable crime. There was no don't ask don't tell hypocrisy. I spent 10 years in the Army and left for reasons other than a moral change. We also had few women in the military back then and none served in combat roles. Since I am a VN vet, you can imagine how far back that was.

I also worked for the government when I left the military. There was no acceptance of homosexual marriage or gender changes. I remember keeping a bible on my desk throughout my career and was never asked to remove it. The only issues that came up for me was I was often asked to do something that I considered was immoral. With the Lord's help and guidance I was able to fend off those issues as well.

Anyway, that was a wordy way of saying good for you if your desire was to faithfully serve the Lord at the expense of a career. GOOD FOR YOU.

This life is but a puff of smoke that disappears into the air and then after that Christians can expect eternal bliss. We win in the end!


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ladybug wrote:
Good points Frank. This woman is offended by homosexual marriage but takes no offence to women in positions of authority within the church, which the bible forbids. She is what is known as a hypocrite.
Hopefully, her 15 minutes of fame are over; more than that, may God convict her of her own rebellious sins against Him.
Thanks for your thoughts sister and I agree completely. Hope all is well with you and your loved ones. Still praying every night for you and them!

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http://www.faithdeliverancechurch.net/

Well, I found out which church she attends, although I didn’t see her name mentioned as a minister. They appear to be 10 point Pentecostals with a “prophetess” as second in command.

I agree with her position/stance on homosexuality, but the verses that condemn women being leaders in the church are just as clear as the ones that condemn homosexuality. Homosexuality is an abomination in God's eyes and women leaders in the church are noted as a curse from God.

At one time I attended Pentecostal/Charismatic churches, but I quickly realized their shortcomings. They order God around and if someone doesn’t claim the “baptism in the spirit”, they are truly second class Christians.

No further comment.


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Chris, Your response was right on. He is a buffoon who believes others will believe what he says because they have no minds their own. Anyone who can say that even if abortions became illegal women should not be punished if they have one, has absolutely no truth.

"Sign into law the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would end painful late-term abortions nationwide."

"Trump also pledges to prohibit abortions after 20 weeks of gestation, defund Planned Parenthood (which currently gets $534 million every year in crony socialist subsidies), and permanently ban taxpayer-funded abortions."

It is amazing to me that our culture can imagine that the above 2 paragraphs represent a pro-life movement.

They can murder them up until 20 weeks as long as the innocent life doesn't suffer any pain. Total hypocrisy, but like you said, better than a Clinton. My guess is if he wins, he will do nothing, but at least he is pledging something. In all probability I will vote for the candidate that panders the most to my values.

Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly!


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SteveR wrote:
Upper East Side by the Met is the best, but kinda pricey. For a value vacation, consider Midtown East if you don't mind walking, or Soho if you don't mind taking the Metro
Thanks for the recommendations! I like quaint and my wife likes glamour, so it will lean towards glamour. We wouldn't stay more than a couple of days, so price, unless it is Trump Towers, wouldn't matter all that much. Besides, my goal is to spend any inheritance my children might have gotten! I am old and get nervous driving in congestion, so public transportation is the way we would go.

How close are any of the places you mentioned to Times Square. If seedy means you can't walk around at night, then my wife will change her mind quickly. My wife has mentioned that on several occasions and then a side trip to the statue of liberty.

correction to my below post. Wrong part of "town" not time.

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