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Sermon10/12/17 3:37 PM
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Pastor Green, I want to thank you for the outstanding message on anxiety and worrying. It was profound and yet simple enough for all believers to understand and be blessed.

News Item10/11/17 2:39 PM
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NeedHim wrote:
Interesting read that deals with our flag, our nation & were does one stand with their only creator of Heaven & Hell.
http://pulpitandpen.org/2017/09/26/flag-worship-and-the-rise-of-american-patriotic-christianity/
Excellent link NeedHim! Thanks

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Well Dolores is back to put the Grahams back in the forefront. Their ecumenicalism and worldly ambition are so well known that I am not even going to address those issues. But let me just say this. When Samaritan’s Purse goes into Muslim countries to pass out aid, they do not present the gospel of our Lord to them. If they said that Mohammed was a false prophet and that only Christ Jesus is a valid path to salvation, they would be killed or imprisoned in a short while. At a minimum, their philanthropic endeavor would come to an end.

Franklin Graham is nothing more than a media christian, an adherent to a name it claim it social gospel, who loves and worships his own fame and fortune.


News Item10/9/17 2:17 PM
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1517 wrote:
I know this, John Yurich is an easy target because he doesn’t really defend himself. Plus, this is a forum related to articles posted publicly, so like the Areopagus during Paul’s day, it’s a place where people can present ideas and thoughts. Of course, challenges to others views are part of the process. Yet, there is a constant stream of ad hominem attacks on John Yurich which doesn’t befit professsd Christians. But, of course this always seems to fall on deaf ears (eyes) because it’s never wrong to call someone a “troll”, “Jesuit troll”, “unsaved”, “unregenerate” , on and on to some. Plus, if someone like myself points it out then I’M the one doing the devil’s work. I have yet to see anyone of you apologize to John Yurich for calling him a troll or even worse unregenerate. Are you really saying you know a man’s heart via a news article forum?
Be reasonable already.
Is there anyone in our society that you would think are unsaved? So, Hillary, Obama, Trump, are all possibly saved because they use the name of Christ.

Many of us are "certain" that because of JohnY's theology/fruit that he isn't saved at the present time and is indeed a childish troll.

That is not judging him, but comparing his thoughts/actions to scripture.


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Well this is nothing more than a different spin on the feminist movement. It's leader is a Charismatic pastor and we know they don't have a clue about cultural mores for women, the church or for men.

It reminds me a little of Sarah Palin and her "pit bull in lipstick" and her "momma grizzly" self description.

Why not have a goal of being a housewife and mother with a gentle and quiet spirit and in subjection to her husband?

Stevenr - well said!


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And yet this supposed Christian man will stand and pray with any apostates that officially enter into a government facility. (ecumenicalism/pluralism your call) So, he would rather defend the honor of this nation, than defend the gospel of our Savior.

The dominionists will of course be pleased with this silly action. To me,it simply shows his hypocrisy.


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Charismatics/Pentecostals

The below are general comments that came to me and they apply generally to these groups and we should all agree on the points I am noting. If someone doesn’t understand the purpose of a general comment, they should google it.

1. They order God around by naming and claiming miracles. I have heard some of them say that if someone prays “Thy will be done” they are sinning.

2. They believe that those who are not baptized in the Spirit are second class Christians. IOW, they will not be called upon to preach or be elders or deacons.

3. They have women pastors.

4. “Some” believe that you are not saved unless you speak in tongues.

5. Their more famous proponents are very wealthy because of their schemes.

6. They claim to have prophets who are not prophets at all. Deuteronomy 13 says false prophets should be put to death.

7. They elevate the status of some of their leaders to a ridiculous level.

8. They believe that Christians are like little gods.

I believe they are every bit a pseudo-cult regardless of how sanctimonious they may act. If someone wants to discuss any of the above points, let me know.


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Mike wrote:
Everything that's being said about the RCC is true. It is a great false religious system. It buries its hooks deep inside the mind of its adherents. The problem is in seeing John Y as some sort of agent who's here to troll the rest of us into- what, exactly? Conversion to Catholicism? Fat chance. He doesn't do very well at it because he is an awful spokesman for it. Anyone here even remotely tempted? Any former Catholics like myself can clearly see he doesn't believe in anything because he believes in everything that has to do with religion as an insurance policy. JY is truly messed up, but he's no agent of Rome. I say this as an actual former outspoken defender of the RCC.
No Mike, I don’t think that JohnY’s goal is to convert people to RC, but to simply water down Christianity. If he can make folks believe that RC is not antithetical to Christianity, then he is watering down the gospel. You do realize that in our country, saying someone is catholic is synonymous with saying they are Christian. He furthers that thought process.

I don’t care if he is RC or not; he is still a troll and he uses catholicism as his point of divisiveness.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Frank, you have a boring idea - - but don't be upset about my comment about it. I support the notion.
Decades ago when the two parties were alike I thought it was very tedious. But through the years and through the divergence of their philosophies I'll go along with your idea. Boring would be a refreshing change!
Yes, especially shouldn't have an Islamic Inman, he might stir them up that go on a Jihad against North Korea.
Of course the few politicians who might be Christian don't need a chaplain there and we think it's hypocritical considering that many of the rest of the members are like like the one who just resigned. http://krvn.com/abc_politics/pennsylvania-congressman-tim-murphy-to-resign-abcid35978448/ He decided to resign after his mistress pointed out that he want her to get an abortion. I don't think there's been any comments from his wife yet?
Won't work Jim. Everyone knows that the politician you are noting was a republican; otherwise you wouldn't note him.

You are simply a political liberal troll!


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MS wrote:
Brother Lurker gave excellent counsel.
The retort given back leaves no doubt as to who we are dealing with...
A troll.
Yes sister, it is unthinkable that a genuine Christian would cause so much turmoil on a Christian forum. He only has one follower and that is SteveR; only one.

Anyway, hope all is going well with you and your loved ones.

Kev, right on!


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ladybug wrote:
Amen Frank, well said. The 'game' of politics will pander to all 'faiths' to appease the masses.
Yes, they are all different shades of the same color indeed. They then 'play' the American public into thinking one party differs from the other, and many believe that lie.
I await the true King from heaven, let the world play its political games, it won't be long and it will all be done away with.
Yes sister, the goal of a politician is to get elected and in order to do that, they have to pander to the masses. The below is something that a mentor of Bill Clinton is on record for saying. It makes sense to me simply because there are no profound changes that take place.

“The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy” (Georgetown University Professor Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope, 1966.)

Oh, they also had a Jesuit chaplain - amazing.


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He’s a remarkable interfaith interlocutor,” Rep. Price told the outlet. “He strives for full acceptance and appreciation of other traditions, not simply wanting mere tolerance, but to really engage and talk about the substance of one’s faith.”

As previously reported, the House also bowed their heads for an Islamic prayer in 2014 in being led by Imam Hamad Ahmad Chebli of the Islamic Society of Central Jersey.

Above is from the article.

Our government accepts other faiths. Anyone who would bow their heads when an apostate is praying is in fact an apostate. They may think that going through the motions is okay, but it is not.

Obama said the following:

"Obama said: "I am a Christian. I'm rooted in the Christian tradition. I believe that there are many paths to the same place, and that is a belief that there is a higher power, a belief that we are connected as a people. That there are values that transcend race or culture, that move us forward, and there's an obligation for all of us individually as well as collectively to take responsibility to make those values lived."

And George Bush said when he looked into the pope’s eyes, he saw God.

As I have said often, they are simply different shades of the same color!


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Christopher000 wrote:
John, I'm real curious about something...whether here or elsewhere, you make the same comments and try to argue the same faulty points. The responses you receive elsewhere are the same exact ones you receive here. Nobody ever agrees with you on the usual topics, and always being the odd man out, my question is: Doesn't that ever give you any sort of pause and make you think that your logic, various answers, and comments could be wrong, and not biblically sound? Are you certain that everyone else giving you the same answers are wrong, and you're right? Shouldn't that fact make you think a bit and open God's Word to see what He says about it all?
Good questions Chris! I remember asking him on a couple of occasions why only SteveR accepted his testimony and none of the other posters. Any genuine poster with any common sense would really ponder that fact. Anyway, I asked him knowing I would get no answer because that is what trolls do.

Ladybug posted a Baptist message forum and he was doing "exactly" the same thing on that forum.

That is what trolls do.


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It is often said in pulpits and in the media that love is simply love. So if someone is in a homosexual relationship and they claim to have love for one another, then that relationship is okay. If these groups adopt a child and love that child, then that is also okay. If a lesbian woman undergoes In Vitro Fertilization and gets pregnant and has a child, she will also undoubtedly have a love for that child. In fact, let me just say that using the word love will generally solve any cultural problems we can encounter. However, here is a thought that most don’t consider. Unless our love is used to demonstrate the love of Christ, then our love is baseless and only serves satan. Yes, God, our Savior and the Holy Spirit are completely and totally the spirit of love and without them love cannot exist, but surely anyone can see that we can have a false love and deceive ourselves and those we are loving, albeit in a worldly way. If something is done and it is not done by our Lord and Savior working through us, then it is meaningless.

Ph.2:13 For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of [his] good pleasure. John 15:5 I am the vine, ye [are] the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.


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Robert Walker wrote:
There is a reason why God commanded in Leviticus 20:27 - A man also or woman that hath a familiar spirit, or that is a wizard, shall surely be put to death: they shall stone them with stones: their blood shall be upon them.
Thanks for your comment and I understand what you are saying. These folks aren’t my enemies because neither I nor one of my loved one has had contact with them. They are God’s enemies and I would never ask the Lord to forgive them. Now, had they personally sinned against me or one of my loved ones, then I would gladly ask the Lord to forgive them. Would someone dare say that a homosexual priest was their enemy; of course not.

1 Samuel 2:25 If one man sin against another, the judge shall judge him: but if a man sin against the LORD, who shall intreat for him? Notwithstanding they hearkened not unto the voice of their father, because the LORD would slay them.


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Well here is something I can state with certainty. Since he is a confirmed RC, then his prayers were not answered by out heavenly Father.

The below applies only to those who are in Christ Jesus!

John 9:31 Now we know that God heareth not sinners: but if any man be a worshipper of God, and doeth his will, him he heareth.


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Dr. Tim wrote:
Another Michael, you are absolutely right that Christians must be about our Father's business in the matter of spreading the gospel, and this I do on a regular basis. I simply have no patience for "preachers" whose only message is one of social betterment (Jackson) or financial prosperity (Osteen). While the world literally goes to hell, these apostles of Satan water down the message and attempt to offer a crown without a cross. I am so unlike my Savior in many ways that I blush to think of my sinfulness, but I do share to some degree His compassion for sinners and His contempt for self-serving religious "leaders." By the way, please pray for me as I preach to the down and out in the hope of seeing them up and in. Thank you.
Tim, I will also pray for you this evening!

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Yes, the RCC does practice magic/witchcraft!

Anyone who has traveled in Europe, to include the Vatican, saw the witchcraft the catholic church embraces. They have publicly displayed bones of saints; they have statues and relics; they have “sacred” grave sites of previous popes and of course the list goes on. They do indeed worship each of these things! If someone doesn’t think that is true, then they simply don’t understand Catholicism. I grew up in the catholic church, so I do know.

And then of course you have priests who can mutter a few words and change wafers and wine into the body and blood of our Lord.

And then even worse, someone confesses their sins to a sinful man and he assigns penitence to them in the form of reciting so many Hail Mary’s, Acts of Contrition, and Our Fathers and then proclaims you are forgiven.

Who but Christ/God can forgive sins! No human, deceased or living has the power to forgive sins.

Oh, many of these places are tourist sites.


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Hebrews 13:4 Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.

1 Corinthians 6:18 Flee fornication. Every sin that a man doeth is without the body; but he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body.

Romans 1:26 For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature:

27 And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.

Leviticus 20:13 If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.

God has told us throughout scripture to save sex until marriage and then to be faithful to your spouse and marriage should only be with the opposite sex. Our society ridicules that thought and sexually transmitted diseases are simply the fruit of that behavior. It is getting worse, because our morals are becoming worse.

Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly!


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
--http://tinyurl.com/z45hrvl (Jailed for ending a pregnancy: how prosecutors get inventive on abortion)
Women are being prosecuted for abortions.
Hospital staff are turning women in to local prosecutors, etc.
Jim, since we all know you are confused about abortion and how it is indeed murder, let me just add this. If a woman has a self-induced abortion, then it is still an abortion and still should be prosecuted.

If a woman kills her 1 year old child, it is murder.

There is absolutely no difference except in our perverted legal system.

In your line of reasoning, you think that if health care provided them with abortions, then these poor women wouldn't have to go to such extremes.

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