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Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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Dorcas wrote:
Pastor David Silversides has a most alarming talk about social networks.
called: 'Social Networking Sites'.
Date: 9/25/11
Thank you sister, I'm presently listening to the sermon!

News Item3/2/15 3:01 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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Dolores wrote:
Jessica, I sense you have the same heart for the perscuted church as well. Your spirit and posts speak comfort and blessings as well to me. I have a prayer request as well. A spot on my husbands liver was found during a cat-scan and MRI. My husband got a message confused and we misunderstood. He has been refered to a Cancer Specialist Wednesday. Just helps me to know that others are praying. Thanks, prayers for you also and blessings dear sister.
Dearest Delores, I have prayed for your husband and am waiting upon our Lord to bring hope and help!

More than ten years ago I learned that Christians are being persecuted (in Islamic Nations) to the extent as the Early Church was persecuted. I saw photos of Christian men and women with hot knife scars taking over their chests and backs from Islamic militants. And Christian mothers having their chests burnt so severely that they were no longer able to breastfeed their infants and so the babies died.

It is such a horror and yet I feel like a bump on a log doing nothing, helpless.


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Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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pennnnny wrote:
that post really hurt.
I don't know if this would be of any help.
"Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?
Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven."
Matthew 18:21-22
Dear Penny, May God Almighty heal of us our hurts and bring us into a place of forgiveness and everlasting peace in our souls! May God pull down the strongholds in our lives that would keep us from a steadfast loving relationship with God our Father and The Lord Christ Jesus! O may God in all seasons strengthen us with His mercy that endures beyond the generations! Peace to you my sister!

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Dolores wrote:
Pennny, thank you for understanding where I am now with a great burden for the perscution of Christians. What you posted spoke to my spirit and brought me great comfort. I have been saying the same thing to others, we are now in the last days and satan is bringing this on Christians because he knows he has a short time left. [...] Peace and blessings to you and Dorcas and all. [...]
Amen, in Jesus Name!

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Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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I wish my parents had taught me about protecting myself from sexual predators as soon as I could talk! Then I would have been able to go to them, when before the age of 5 my cousins of similar age were asking me to do sexual things and telling me I would get into trouble if I told anyone. My cousins were being sexually abused and carrying on the abusive behaviour in their ignorance in an adult pattern. Thus, I became a child with innocence lost and a part of the cycle of abuse since before I can remember. This is one of the reasons Christmas stresses me out so much, because people do not suspect leaving 3 - 6 year olds to all sleep together as a potential abusive situation. And people do not understand that child molesters often spend more time being fun, unsuspecting, and charming than the average person.

My cousins lived on the same street where they went to Sunday School, and where their child molesting father went to Sunday School when he was a small child. And this was the place where I first went to Sunday School and it was not a pleasant introduction to the the Gospel.


News Item3/1/15 2:24 AM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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Since 1,400 children have been found illegally abandoned in Indiana since 1999, I would have to agree that this program is necessary.

According to the article: "Critics say the boxes do nothing to address poverty and other societal issues that contribute to unwanted newborns." Yet not having the boxes potentially puts newborns at risk. Moreover, just because mothers may use these boxes, may not equal to newborns being "unwanted." Moses' mother found herself in a situation where she put her baby (Moses) into a water-proof basket and put it/him in the reeds in the water by the banks of a river. Moses' life was saved through the heroic act of his mother, and I have no doubt that this will/has been the case with other women.

As for addressing the needs of the poor, I look to the Words of our Lord Jesus: "[Y]ou always have the poor with you, and whenever you want, you can do good for them."

Give to food banks, soup kitchens, and other ministries whenever God places a cheerful urge to give to the poor on your hearts - peace!

Exodus 2:1-10 English Standard Version (ESV)


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Carl E wrote:
He is definately targeted. Hard to read the full article without being assulted by rude images. Pity a better source for this article couldn't be found.
Greetings Carl, my husband has ad blockers installed on my computer and therefore I did not know there was rude images until you mentioned it. Maybe look into installing an ad blocker so you don't have to see offensive ads my brother? God bless, hope, and peace be with you!

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Carl in Greensboro wrote:
I know that many who post on this site have a knee-jerk reaction in questioning who is a (real) Christian (believer) and who is not so: unless you have heard it straight from God, please assume that all 200 plus of those kidnapped are your brothers and sisters. Please plead to the Father for mercy that they all be released or rescued.
Its amazing that after all these years the reluctant evangelist Jonah still has a residual harvest in Nineveh (Mosul)!
I agree, and we should pray for their captors to repent! To pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ and to pray for our enemies is an honour Christ has bestowed upon we His people...

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Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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Abba Father, please be merciful to your people!

I used to attend Bible Studies and Prayer Groups at a Baptist Church years ago and would listen to the testimonies of the elderly people. One person stated that they remembered many years previous, when any members were ill, that the pews would fill with believers praying for their brothers and sisters in need. She mourned as we looked out at the empty pews in the old church while an elder member was gravely ill.

May our prayers go up as a sweet incense unto God our Father through our Lord Jesus Christ on behalf of our brothers and sisters...

Acts 12:1-19 English Standard Version (ESV)


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Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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s c wrote:
[...] Jessica,did you understand that he was not suggesting that you eat fast food in the previous post? When he mentioned fast food,he was suggesting that it may be problematic if you did just eat it.And he may not have been well enough acquainted with your specific condition to know that exercise might be a challenge to you.I don't think that he was being cruel there. Not everyone is familiar with all who post on here. It might help to keep that in mind. We all have a propensity,from time to time,to read things through subjective eyes and miss what was actually intended.
I would like to thank everyone for their prayers and encouragement to me!

sc I do not know if I misunderstood Jim's post or not, because when you dissect the actual words he said it does read as if he is encouraging a diet of fast foods in addition to exercise. I cannot truly know, because he has not clarified this?

Jim Lincoln wrote:
Exercise, Jessica, it helps with a multitude of problems including a diet that consists mainly of fast foods -- though of course talk to your doctor about it.
Nevertheless, Jim has been in my prayers... God bless, hope, and peace to you all!

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Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
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Thank you to the many people on SermonAudio who are compassionate prayer supporters of myself and each other. You are indeed Lights of the World and Salt of the Earth giving hope where there is hurt. I have seen people share in each other's struggles, including mine and lifting one another up. Though I am diagnosed with "organic schizophrenia due to childhood head-injuries," and am physically disabled, the majority of people here show me kindness and do not accuse me of sin...

"If I must boast, I will boast of the things that show my weakness."

— 2 Corinthians 11:30 English Standard Version (ESV)


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Exercise, Jessica, it helps with a multitude of problems including a diet that consists mainly of fast foods -- though of course talk to your doctor about it.
Jim, you are truly a 'Job's friend' to me... Your thoughtless comment giving me advice brought me much hurt and anguish. I was too devastated to even respond until now.

I am so crippled that I am a shut-in most of the time, not able to dress myself, wash my own hair, and am not able to exercise as I have severely twisted and disfigured arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, and toes... I can hardly feed myself, and am in so much pain that it feels like I am being tortured, and you have the audacity to tell me to exercise, and not only that you recommend a diet of fast-food to an already unhealthy person who is so poor they cannot even afford to eat at restaurants!

"He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him."

Proverbs 18:13King James Version (KJV)


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Michael Hranek wrote:
M[a]y I suggest that we agree together in prayer for the LORD's might mercies (see Psalm 136) to be d[i]splayed in this woman's life ([i]ncluding salvation if she isn't) and especially however the Spirit leads you along the lines of:
For thou hast maintained my right and my cause; thou satest in the throne judging right.
Psalm 9:4
kjv
I agree, In Jesus Name ~ Amen

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John Yurich USA wrote:
No it is not about me. It is about stating the truth that false doctrines don't make one susceptible to the false doctrine of Cayce and New Age philosophy not if it is ingrained in them not to get involved in the occult and New Age philosophy.
God bless you John! The thing is, John, is that using just yourself as an example is a logical fallacy known as a 'hasty generalization.' This means that your sample size (yourself) is too small to make a logical and accurate conclusion since your attributes may be atypical (not of the norm). My mother is from a family of more than ten children who were brought up strict Roman Catholic, yet many of my aunts and uncles on that side of the family are New Age/ Liberalism in their beliefs and not one attends the Catholic Church as they did in their youth.

Unprofitable Servant, thank you, I had hoped for more testimony from Frank as he is the only second person I have interacted with in my life who has embraced the Lord Jesus after following Edgar Cayce and other New Age gurus. Please say a prayer for my parents, that God would help them embrace and find Comfort and Salvation in the Truth...


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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Thanks sister Jessica for your kind and thoughtful words and gracious admonition.
Hope you are doing better, still praying for you. Thanks for taking time to post.
Don't worry about Jim, he gets mixed up sometimes, he means that the NYT, AARP, LA Times, PBS, Bill Moyer,MSNBC, etc. are unreliable sources, he can't even show you that what was reported by the JBS is not true and accurate.
Thank you,

I wasn't thinking too much about Jim in my post but about the angle of the article. I looked at other sites concerning the eating disorder to see whether or not I viewed it as valid. I think in some cases it is valid, as when a person starts becoming neurotic, isolating themselves, or becomes underweight. In other situations, eating healthy may not be strong culturally in their geographic areas and people who just want to eat healthy may seem extreme to people who live off of Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonald's.

My husband and I have agreed that we would primarily eat organic foods if we were in a higher tax bracket. Since my husband is my primary caregiver and we have a limited income we have to eat within our budget to make sure we have enough food all month.

God bless!


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Also if the American Psychiatric and Clinical Psychology organizations weren't so nuts, they should in their secular brilliance reclassify queer behavior as a disorder.
It is quite common in our society to throw mental illness slurs such as: nuts, crazy, mental, and insane towards people who hold different ideologies. However, this (in my view) just adds to the stigma of having a mental illness and does not add to Paul's letter to Titus when he says: "to speak evil of no one, to be peaceable, gentle, showing all humility to all men."

The Church has a long way to go in accepting persons with mental illness, in showing loving-kindness towards sinners, and in praying for and extending forgiveness to their enemies and even to other believers.

The Silence of Stigma (“Shhh!”)


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I once went to hear a missionary speak about he and his family's time ministering in Laos, and he pleaded for prayers for the nation. I now pass his pea along to you my brothers and sisters!

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
[...] Jessica. One thing, however, that just wouldn't be legal in some states, But more importantly queers should feel rejected! The Bible Says Homosexuality is Sin.
Also if the American Psychiatric and Clinical Psychology organizations weren't so nuts, they should in their secular brilliance reclassify queer behavior as a disorder.
Those who would desire the office of a bishop "must have a good testimony among those who are outside, lest he fall into reproach and the snare of the devil" (1 Timothy 3:7).

"God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world..."

"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved" (John 3 16, 17).

"But go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy and not sacrifice.’ For I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance.” (Matthew 9:13).

“But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8).


News Item2/21/15 3:01 PM
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If a person is: '[a]voiding eating food bought or prepared by others,' '[d]istancing from friends or family members who do not share similar views about food,' and has had a '[d]rastic reduction in opinions of acceptable food choices, such that the sufferer may eventually consume fewer than 10 foods," then there is a problem (Tiberline Knolls). "In her quest for food purity, the 5'4" Bailey consumed so few calories she dropped to 92 pounds" (CNN).

If people are so worried about food purity that they become dangerously unhealthy then I do believe that intervention and treatment may be needed. On-the-other-hand, if persons suffering from stress over food purity lived in my area, they would probably find that they could acquire all the organic food they needed and like-minded persons and groups to support them.

Eating organic is so popular where I live that all the major grocery chains sell organic produce, and have organic food aisles that include cereals, pastas, dairy, eggs and canned goods. We have many local organic farms and vineyards, coffee shops that have organic fair trade coffee and organic and gluten free breads and goodies. There are monthly raw vegan community potlucks, and we have retailers and farms that sell organic meats.

Whatever you eat, give thanks!


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In the valley I live in, flower shops and other stores/organisations who welcome Gay patrons put a small rainbow flag sticker on the door of their business. I think this is better than this-person-or-that-person feeling rejected and then possibly leading to expensive lawsuits for both parties.
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