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This subject has long needed addressing, we've waxed long & eloquent about abortion, but this murder at the other end of the human spectrum has been ignored. It's a big issue and how to tackle it? But we must begin. Thank you for this, look forward to your next session sir.

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Wonderful! Hope for the worst of sinners!

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Josiah Jeremiah wrote:
And so cried the Nazis...
"but Lord Lord..."
I'm glad my comment is offensive, as your heart needs some piercing.
American military personnel are hardly to be equated with the Nazis. We are talking about military personnel obeying lawful orders not unlawful ones. Neither are they trying to take over Europe or anywhere else, simply trying to help others find the same freedom they enjoy, from the evil of a murderous religious ideology that terrorises the whole world at this time in history.

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Josiah Jeremiah wrote:
No surprise here considering the military cult murders innocent people in the name of a false god.
I'm sorry but you are totally wrong. Military personnel may, acting on their own, may be at times guilty of murder. But acting under the authority of their government, they are not guilty of murder at all. A military person is under authority, the ones who are accountable are those who send them, i.e., the government. If this cause is unjust, then they the state will answer to God for the outcome. But military personnel have simply to obey the orders of their government, I repeat, they are not murderers! Your comment and signature I find rather offensive.

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Elise wrote:
Halfway down the article it says " When the reader stops laughing, the reader needs to ask the question whether or not this is in the best interests of the government,in the best interests of the military and the best interests of the country? I think not " laugh! laugh! What is there to laugh at we should all be weeping. Every new day something worse seems to be put forward and passed.
You're right Elise, there's cause for weeping here, not laughter. These are the things that must come to pass for our Lord to return, but they are days whilst we wait for dawning sackcloth & ashes, deep repentance amongst God's own folk and seeking his face like never before. "Oh that my head were waters, and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people!" (Jeremiah 9:1).

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The children of atheists are bound to be better sportsmen, their religion (godless atheism) profanes the Sabbath Day. Therefore, because most sporting activities are practiced mostly on the Sabbath Day, most Christian families at least, would teach their children to stay away from an intense commitment to any sporting activity, knowing full well that at some point in their lives it would have the propensity to lead them to sin (profane the Sabbath), even to apostatise. So the atheists will be better at sport, yes. But there are more important things in life, are there not?

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A person who does not believe in the Trinity is not a Christian. To believe in Jesus Christ means you believe in all the Bible's propositions concerning him, including what he taught. He taught the existence of God in three persons, and being one of them, also the ultimate revealer of God, don't you think he ought to know?
Also you need to realise that the heresy of Pentecostalism, of which this cult is reportedly part of, is like a virus, it is constantly changing, and with each change it becomes more deadly. For this man Yucef and his followers, and all deniers of the Holy Trinity, and Pentecostals, there is one message, repent and believe the gospel.

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Please may I ask users of Sermon Audio not to mistakenly identify the person who goes under the alias of "Street Preacher" in this debate, with myself, otherwise and sometimes known as "The Street Preacher". He is not I, nor am I he.

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Very good, thank you for stating the truth of God's Word. God bless you.

Hi Paul, thank you for your response, but can I ask you the same question, DeWayne's not responding, but you seem to agree with him. Tell us how 1Corinthians 7:10-16 justifies remarriage? I'm not being contentious, but seeking clarification is all.


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DeWayne wrote:
1 Corinthians 7:10-16 refutes this notion of "remarriage" being a sin. You should revisit this text.

The second part of your argument I have no problem with, but this, in what way does this sanction remarriage? Further explanation would be of great help to us all. Thank you for your comment.


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Marriages made in hell. Come Lord Jesus & come quickly!

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Wakey, wakey America! Arizona's correct, just look across the pond to the UK here, we're swamped with immigrants, it's too late for us, we've lost our country. The same socialist policies are taken you down the same route.


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