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News Item3/23/17 11:25 AM
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Deb Cushing wrote:
Readers may want to be encouraged and reminded of the agony of our Savior in bearing our sin by pondering Spugeon's meditation for this morning. I cry out for the Lord to have mercy on His church. We are a stiff-necked people but great is His faithfulness!
Thanks for the referral. I listened to them and they were outstanding!

News Item3/16/17 11:29 AM
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Tucker seemed to focus his thoughts on when the baby’s heart is beating. So, if there is no heartbeat, then his argument would be that it isn’t alive and therefore should not be protected. He doesn’t say that, but IMO it is implied. The PP lady of course made no sense and simply reinforced her demonic view that she doesn’t know when a baby becomes a life and simply wanted to give the woman the right to decide that. Her statement condemns her. She doesn’t know but is still willing to murder them!

She did quote a statistic that I have read before that 1/3 of the women in the U.S. have an abortion. The next time you go out, look around you and project that statistic and you will see just how rampant evil is in the country.

Luke 1:41 And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost: 42 And she spake out with a loud voice, and said, Blessed [art] thou among women, and blessed [is] the fruit of thy womb. 43 And whence [is] this to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? 44 For, lo, as soon as the voice of thy salutation sounded in mine ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy.

Exodus 20:13 "You shall not murder.


News Item3/14/17 9:53 AM
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Gay Allen wrote:
boatloads of Misogyny on here, how soon they forget the woman prophets, PROPHETS TAUGHT
No, Gay you have it all wrong. In Christ Jesus men and women are completely equal in all respects. But, women are not called upon to be men and men are not called to be women and God assigned different roles to each sex. Headship is not a sign of superiority, but simply of a different role in life. Surely you are not saying this scripture can be reversed in any way? 1 Corinthians 11:3 But I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God.

Try saying that Christ is the head of God or that man is the head of Christ and you will see how carnal your thoughts are.

You somehow believe that submission to biblical mandates is a negative.

If you were a prophetess, then you would confirm your role as a woman and not try and usurp authority over men or feel inferior to men because they are meant to lead. A prophetess simply confirms the word of God. They don't change it.


News Item3/13/17 9:48 AM
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H.B. 182 requires abortionists to notify a woman she is entitled to see an “active ultrasound” of her unborn baby and, if possible, listen to the heartbeat. The bill makes exceptions for danger to the mother’s life.

H.B. 116 makes it a felony to sell, transfer, or distribute tissue or cells from an aborted baby for the purpose of experimentation.

Well something is of course better than nothing as long as we all understand how immoral these abortions laws remain.

“Entitled” to see her unborn baby before she decides to murder it?

For “experimentation”! So, they can still simply put the lifeless body in a trash can or sell them for medical purposes that don’t include experimentation.

Now someone could argue this still constitutes a pro-life law, but clearly it will do little to stop these murders.


News Item3/11/17 11:37 AM
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Christopher000 wrote:
Hmmm...you sure do know every one of us, LD, not to mention every single pastor on this site. Pretty amazing.
We're justified by faith, and not works, but those works will naturally follow those who love Him, and as a product of obedience. No, nothing we do will open the pearly gates, but those things we do are expected of us. No, we can't recite a canned prayer, and then go on with our lives as we please because that prayer earned us an irrevocable ticket, no matter what, and I don't believe anyone here believes or practices that, well, maybe one or two.
Unfortunately though, there are many who do believe this heresy, and I used to be one of them. In fact, it's the people here, along with the pastors here, on this very site, whom you hate and always speak so harshly against, who helped to change my thoughts on this.
Good comment Chris and thanks for addressing LD’s issues. He somehow believes that all Christians other than himself are into antinomianism or easy believism! No, I have been born again from above and since I am born again, Christ is my “Lord” and Savior. If Lord, then I will seek to obey Him and give Him all the praise and honor. We do works because we are justified – period. Not to be justified!

News Item3/8/17 11:34 AM
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Matthew 19:23 Then said Jesus unto his disciples, Verily I say unto you, That a rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven. 24 And again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.

Matthew 6:24 No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.

Now let me start off by saying IMO wealth is more a matter of the heart than of a bank account. But our heavenly Father can see our hearts perfectly and He is never fooled.

The executives of these major corporations are multi-millionaires and likely worship their wealth and the things of this world that it can buy. The lower ranked employees may or may not agree with their CEOs but if they want to continue working there, they have to fall in line. So, both categories of employees should ponder all of the above verses and the below because in a sense all of these employees are supporting this abomination.

Galatians 6:7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.


News Item3/8/17 10:56 AM
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Dolores wrote:
Frank, this is a not a Catholic forum so if Franklin is as you say he is why do they continually bring him up in a good light most of the time.? There are Catholics that I know and to stand in Judgement of someone when their different ways of worship or belief differ from yours is being self righteous and arrogant. There has never been a hint of anything wrong other than don't condemn the Catholics or any
Well, if you don’t understand Catholicism, then you cannot understand their heresy and the passion of those of us who speak out against it. I would simply start off by asking yourself why there are no catholic speakers on SA. NO CATHOLIC SPEAKERS!

Ecumenicalism is simply the desire for Christian unity with those who are not in the faith.


News Item3/8/17 10:44 AM
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I'm sort of impressed with this article.

Anyway, the feminist movement has clearly taken control of America and other nations and there is nothing we can do to stop it or even slow it down. I "personally" believe that feminists are necessary to usher in the antichrist and his one world agenda. Even the term feminist has been watered down.

In the 19th century a feminist would have been thought of as one who chose to work rather than marry and have a family. The term has been watered down to such an extent that now a woman can say, "I don't hate men" and I "don't believe in abortion" and they are heralded as non-feminists.

Like I have often said, I personally believe this movement is the "most" evil movement we have and is largely responsible for the other abominations in our society; abortions and homosexuality are just two of them.

It is so ingrained in our culture that it cannot be undone. Just imagine if tomorrow all women left the workforce and politics? The economy would completely collapse. But as a believer, I will continue to speak out.

In Christ, women and men are completely equal in all respects; however they were intended to have different roles.

Years ago I did a study of victimology and that is exactly the mindset of this movement.


News Item3/8/17 10:20 AM
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Kev wrote:
Hey Brother Frank this is one of those delayed responses. That must be a very hard situation I can't even imagine. I'm glad you told her the truth and didn't cave in like I've seen even some pastors do from news articles where they change their whole stance towards homosexuality. You have told her the truth and you have showed her you don't approve of her actions. I think that is great you still have a relationship with her. You have handled that situation very well Brother I will pray for your family and try and remember you and your family in my prayers.
Thanks brother for your comment. I was saved when my kids were 8 and 10, so lots happened prior to that I am sure. I do feel like I honored God by my loving and yet very truthful response to her abomination. I agree with you about a lot of pastors, but the biggest harm I have noticed is the parents response to those things. They often “accept” their children’s behavior because they are afraid of losing them. Even though that is a possibility, IMO, it would be dishonoring to God, like the scripture I noted that started this off.

Moniker lady, you didn't upset me. Your response didn't make sense to me. It said things I didn't say or imply. I don't like nitpicking or rabbit trails!


News Item3/7/17 11:14 AM
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pennelope wrote:
this one makes me scratch my head. there seems to be little peace in your homes. I know many loving families where the women respect their husbands and the husbands love their wives and this anomisity is not there. I pray for peace in your homes.
I want to thank all the below for their thoughts!

Moniker Lady, I never said I didn't agree with my wife. All godly men will seek the advice of their wives. I also am not the one that came up with the fact that wives will seek to control their husbands. That is the nature of most marriages. Anyway, the Holy Spirit said it here:

Genesis 3:16, Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee.

Do some research on the word desire!

I simply agreed with my wife's suggestion. Otherwise I wouldn't have done it. My point was that we should do what scripture teaches us to do regardless of the consequences. If my wife asked me to do something that I considered immoral,I wouldn't do it.


News Item3/6/17 11:36 PM
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Wayfarer Pilgrim wrote:
Frank,
I am so sorry for you and your family situation. But to The consternation of my wife, Eve's desire was to lord over her husband. And it is the main problem in all male and female relationships.
Thanks for your show of compassion. And I agree with you about how women desire to control their husbands.

News Item3/6/17 12:26 PM
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When one of my daughters informed me that she was a lesbian, I wrote her a letter and basically said the following.

I was ashamed of her and her chosen lifestyle was the same as that of a pedophile or someone who practices bestiality. I told her that she was an abomination in God’s sight and unless she repented, she would experience His wrath.

I then went on to tell her that she was never allowed to bring her abomination into my house, but that she alone was welcome. I also expressed my continued love to her.

Years later my wife and my sister talked me out of some of what I said above. She is now welcome into my house along with her partner (although they are now separated) and their children, but of course they all know exactly what I think of them and their behavior and they cannot show affection of any kind in my presence.

I personally think that we should never allow things like this to happen and not address them in a biblical way. The biblical way means to confront their sins directly and not hide behind some kind of familial love.

Luke 14:26 If any [man] come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.


News Item3/2/17 11:06 AM
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Anne wrote:
Lol Please let's not be surprised brothers and sisters. This isn't news. "Enter through the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the road is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who go through it. How narrow is the gate and difficult the road that leads to life, and few find it." Matt 7:13-14 One verse among MANY that this article simply plays out.
Good thought sister! And let me add a couple more. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, then it is probably a duck.

Luke 6:46 And why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say?

2 Timothy 2:19 Nevertheless the foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, The Lord knoweth them that are his. And, Let every one that nameth the name of Christ depart from iniquity.


News Item3/2/17 9:57 AM
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Matthew 7:13 Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:

Safety in numbers is not a scriptural concept!


News Item3/2/17 9:13 AM
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Dolores wrote:
Frank, I know nothing about the Catholics or what they believe but I know that I am saved and not an ecumenical as I have been accused of.
Well, if you don’t understand Catholicism, then you cannot understand their heresy and the passion of those of us who speak out against it. I would simply start off by asking yourself why there are no catholic speakers on SA. NO CATHOLIC SPEAKERS!

Ecumenicalism is simply the desire for Christian unity with those who are not in the faith.


News Item3/1/17 9:38 PM
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Dolores,

Well, let me give you some comparisons between TD Jakes and Franklin Graham. Both of them adhere to the following that TD Jakes spoke in 2013. That is the similarity that makes folks like me say they are spiritually one and the same. Ecumenicalism at its finest.

In a 2013 interview with News One's Roland Martin, Jakes said non-Catholic Christians should zone in on what they have in common with Catholic Christians.

"There are many outreaches that we have common ground about. I think one of the great mistakes in how we rationalize things in this country currently is that we have a tendency to perpetuate the ideology that we should focus on our differences, rather than to focus on our commonalities," he explained.

"When I think of the Roman Catholic Church and their belief in Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection, the fact that they serve the poor, the fact that they’re interested in education, there are many things that we can gather around and agree upon,” Jakes said.

For him, Catholics’ efforts to work toward "the betterment of the human species," should unite, rather than divide, us.


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If I’m not mistaken I heard Trump say that whenever someone attacks him, he attacks them back. That is such a childish attitude, but fits perfectly with his arrogant persona. I would have thought that the immensity of being the president of the U.S. would have matured him, but it appears I was wrong.

He is simply an immoral buffoon. The next 4 years will be interesting for sure.


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Lady_Virtue wrote:
Amen to you both, Frank and Diane. I'm convinced one main reason so many women are unhappy and on antidepressants is because of their rebellion against God's will, place, and design for them. Women were not made to live or be like men and to compete against them.
Once again, I want to thank you and Diane for your support which is very encouraging. I am amazed that feminism has been redefined by our culture and our churches. I agree that men are the most responsible. Women tend to be prone to manipulation and men simply took advantage of that for their own selfish and immoral reasons.

But the Lord is never confused and He sees our hearts and intentions completely.

I listened to the Conway interview. She never mentioned motherhood or submission to someone husbands and never mentioned having a gentle and quiet spirit and of course I could go on and on. And her kind, along with Trump's wife and daughters are now defining "conservative" feminism.

Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly!!!


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Adriel wrote:
She makes a very good point and an accurate one!
Of course Satan and his followers, such as Liberals, Democrats, socialists and other human satanic dogmas and religions, would not agree with her definition. They would seek to deceive by misleading, misconstruing and verbosity.
Were you referring to my below comment? If so, then I have a response I will post. It seems like you are but I just want to make sure first.

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connor wrote:
Very much agreed Frank, your comment is very good.
Thanks brother! Yes, we have come very far from God's design for us.

Hope all is well with you.

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