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“ Much needed sermon these days! ”
A much needed reminder to worship the Lord as he directs us. There is blessing for our children in our obedience to this second command...what a thought!

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Excellent overview of Christ as presented in the book of Mark. Christ, the Servant, is Lord of all.

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Biblical Fasting
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“ Practical advice on fasting ”
Deals with appropriate times to fast and mentions examples from the Bible. It is about the heart seeking God. Too few Christians fast these days.

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“ Don't miss this sermon! ”
Gives great hope and purpose in our sufferings.

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“ Beautiful reminder! ”
This is a beautiful rerminder of God's ability to work good even in tragic circumstances!

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This is an extremely powerful treatment of family relationships and explains how God builds His kingdom through wives and husbands who obey God's directives. It takes my breath away every time I listen to it. I wish all wives would listen to this and ask God for the grace to obey His word.

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Thank you so much. Timely and so edifying. Great spiritual reminders. Lord bless you.

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http://kentbrandenburg.blogspot.co.nz/2013/03/rampant-fake-spirituality.html

This is quite good as well.

I wish John Y had a bit more go in him!


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Christopher000 wrote:
I wonder each night if I have to specifically remember each and every sin or if I can cover them all with "please forgive me for me sins". This always bothers me because I wonder if I have sinned but am not aware of it at times.
Anyway, sorry for the incessant posting frenzy...ha-ha.
The equation is Grace upon Grace. Mercy upon Mercy.

Your state of mind is tragic. Its called spiritual abuse Chris. Your worry over past sins not confessed is a tragedy. You are limiting mercy and grace. Clearly you don't understand it.
Listen to some of the sermons on this site concerning mercy, grace, forgiveness if you really want to learn. For some reason you just come here to listen to these guys.

I don't believe any of you here. You all support each others abuse of others. Your churches must be awful.

Why would anyone believe any of you once they see through you?


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You are liars and you are spiritually abusive people.

All Jesus said of you is true.


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John UK wrote:
All of a sudden?
Johnny Yurich has been posting here for ten years to my knowledge. Others may have interacted with him for a lot longer. Ask Jim.
Maybe you would like to introduce yourself, Grace, and tell me your position on justification. This is the one key issue when we are considering eternal life or eternal death.
John - go and stick your head in a paper bag.

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John Y - make yourself known to those around you - in your parish.

Christians don't hide their true beliefs from those around them.

But sometimes I don't think you are a Catholic John Y.

How do you know John Y John UK? It seems a rather odd thing to confide all of a sudden? If you know him then are you two just playing a funny game on a Christian website? Or are you JY and JUK?

There are only so many possibilities John's.

People can be addicted to religion just like people can be addicted to drugs or drink or food. People can be addicted to posting on forums.

Under know circumstances make yourself KNOWN to people on the internet John. Make yourself known to people who can see you and put in a context.


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I don't know John Y JUK.

John Y!!! Make YOURSELF KNOWN.

Am I getting closer John? How many types are there sitting around you at Mass John? What are the names of his women disciples? In your church John, I KNOW, how the real men are dwarfed in the shadow of the ladies adoration of 'Christ'. Sneaky isn't it?

Or are you one of those sitting on a 'lay committee' in obedience and on a mission for your masters?

Who do you report to John Y?


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Does it occur to you that John is making an attempt to come out? But that the alternatives don't appear to be any better than what he already has?

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"Being an ex Roman Catholic, how do/would you go about trying to reach those who are addicted to the ritual and pomp"

You can't 'reach' them. How do you reach the 'rich'? Are you asking what the formula is? John Y doesn't want to be reached. Its my guess he came here to 'reach out' to you.

They have to come away all by themselves. The elite look down on others Chris. You don't listen to people you think are inferior to you.

John Y is the definition of hypocrisy. He just 'omits' to say certain words in the Mass which he doesn't agree with. So his religion is childish to say the least. He thinks he has to utter something with his mouth before he is guilty. But John KNOWS the Mass is a community affair. In one voice the Mass is said. You can omitt to say whatever you like, the others are saying it for you.

Cathoicism is not built on facts. So the facts are a lesser importance. Your work with the canon would be very useful with evangelicals who think Catholicism is just another 'nice' way of doing lunch with God.

Facts don't save anyone from religious addictions.


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Christopher000 wrote:
I am actually a little bit angry that after so much time spent speaking the truth concerning the many heresies of the Roman Catholic church, and posting fact, after fact, after fact, it all continues to fall upon deaf ears.

Perhaps the facts you present would be suitable for a person who is able to be reached intellectually, not everyone thinks as you do. Catholicism tends more toward feelings and emotions - hence the focus on the suffering Christ. Or the Blessed Mystery's. Even the rosary is designed as an experience, as are the stations of the cross.
Facts are 'lesser' than experience.
Hence the elaborate 'play' or 'journey' at special occassions like Lent, Easter, Advent. Its all experiential. There is a lot of role play. The worst aspect for me was when I realised the priest role-plays Christ. A boundary is not observed. This is one of the marks of mysticism. Boundary's are not observed.


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Thanks Unprofiterable, very profitable.

John? Do you have friends in the RC church - or are you one of those who come in late and sit at the back, suspicious and wary, and leave early?
Thats what I miss most. The peace of the Mass. Just me and God.
The 'Protestant' experience is so hyper active and intrusive of ones personal space. However, once you begin to see things amiss it will only get worse for you. I shall mention you specifically in my requests that Our Father make life more and more uncomfortable for you.

John, I watched passive faced women processing to kiss the feet of a huge plaster Jesus eternally nailed on a cross. I kept saying to God: Why are they wearing red lipstick? It was awful. They left imprints of their lips on his feet. I knew in that moment it was offensive to Jesus, and it was so very very deceitful in its abuse of Him - these souless women kissing 'Jesus' feet - and they had remembered to put on their lipstick! I still shudder at the symbolism John.
It is the fear of God and His Son who is sitting at His right hand in GLORY that I now have developed in me, causing me to voluntarily appeal to RC's at this time. Not from regard of law do I appeal but from regard of free pardon and freedom from dead works,in regard of Mercy and Grace.


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@John Y. Can you be more specific? What are the parts of the Mass which in your opinion are unscriptural? Have you spoken to your parish priest about this faith crisis you seem to be having here on SermonAudio?

Dietrich Bonhoffer: Being silent over evil is evil....
Hoping Jim L can help out with the actual quote - can't find it anywhere and have run out of time.

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