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Observer wrote:
Bro, that's why he's in an institution for the mentally challenged Clearly the therapy ain't working!
Steve surely is a piece of work. Other than JY, I'm probably the only person on this board who gives him the benefit of the doubt that he's a Christian. Yet he tries every dirty trick in the book to make me out to be a heretic. Sure glad this isn't 16th century England or it would be "Off with his head".
SteveR wrote:
I am surprised that Lurker has Anglo Israeli tendencies, just trying to fish out which variation he was beguiled with
Finally you make yourself clear. Now, where exactly did I say or imply anything you have accused me of? I said the first settlers called the new land New Jerusalem. I didn't say or imply I agreed. I said it was interesting, but perhaps a coincidence, that this nation was founded with the same division of land as the Promised Land; 13 states. Finally, I said Zion aka New Jerusalem is God's eternal habitation referencing Psalm 132:13-14. It doesn't take a doctorate of divinity to know that God promised to dwell in the new hearts of flesh of His people aka Zion and the heavenly city of God (Rev 3:12).

You need to pray to God that He give you dominion over your old man.


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SteveR wrote:
In Hebrew Amaris means 'Gods Promise'
The suffix 'ica' in Spanish means Mountain
America means Gods promised mountain
You have been beguiled by an intentional counterfeit, and very content with your path. How sad for you
Spanish? My goodness! I could make a compelling case that the moon is made of blue cheese using your methods.

So David was speaking of the USA when he penned Psalm 132:13-14? Too bad for all the Christians scattered all over the world. They'll have to come to America to enter God's eternal rest.

One thing I will give you, Steve. You never cease to amaze.


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SteveR wrote:
If Lurkers Zion had only started production of their war machines 500 years earlier, the Zurich Council could have appeased themselves by bombing Gaza, arming Nazis in Ukraine or training jihadis in Jordan instead
Strange that you say you are from Mt Zion yet don't seem to know that Zion is all souls betrothed to Jesus... His eternal habitation.

Psa 132:13 For the LORD hath chosen Zion; he hath desired it for his habitation. This is my rest for ever: here will I dwell; for I have desired it.

That's it for me today. If I have any more fun at your expense I may be guilty of breaking some sort of rule.

. . .

Thank you Moderator Gamma, for the reminder. As Christians our purpose is to glorify God, not ourselves or our pet doctrines.


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SteveR wrote:
Dont be ashamed to share your Anglo/Israelism faith with the board. Ive heard so many variations of the heresy, I'd be interested in your version.
Poor Steve! Ever looking for something to hang a heresy charge on.... never succeeding and that because your Puritan heritage has no place in the land of religious freedom. Let it suffice that the Puritans are your forefathers and the Pilgrims are mine. If you are so sure that much of what I hold near and dear is heresy, then you are comanded by the Holy Spirit (Titus 3:10) to reject me and have no communication with me. See to it.

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For anyone interested, it may be an opportune time to provide a link to a series of articles which speak to the different paths taken by Puritans and Pilgrims. May none of us allow ourselves to be labeled a Protestant when such label association makes us culpable for the murders of Anabaptists which SteveR seems to be so proud of.

http://endtimepilgrim.org/puritans10.htm

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Dorcas, Thank you dear sister.


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SteveR wrote:
Im more surprised so called Christians know more about the history of their favorite ball teams than they do of their Protestant brethren they claim to love.
For instance, the very name 'Protestant' came out of the protest at the Diet of Speyer. The same council of Protestant namsake was where they(Protestants) agreed with Catholics to hunt down all the Anabaptists and burn them at the stake.
Perhaps you trace your heritage back to those murderous Puritans. But some of us trace our heritage back to the separatists/Pilgrims who fled the persecution of the English church and state with the first ever free from the dictates of church and state vernacular bible; the 1560 Geneva Bible. They fled to a new land many named New Jerusalem where freedom of religion eventually became the law of the land.

I still find it interesting that the United States came into existence with the same division of land as the Promised Land...... 13 states. Coincidence? Perhaps. But no one can deny that this nation has been the recipient of God's temporal blessing full to overflowing for a time. But like the pattern of Israel in the Promised Land, those blessings are now our cursings because, as a nation, we have turned our backs to the source of our blessings.


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SteveR wrote:
In general, Reformers like Luther, Zwingli, Calvin , Rhegius, Osiander, Bucher, Bullinger, Bicknell and John Knox did not take vengeance into their own hands. They lawfully petitioned the magistrate to execute judgement on the evildoers. They would argue it was the anabaptists motivated by lust, greed, mayhem and a false sense they had divine authority for rebellion took violence into their own hands. Im sure like the Michael Brown shooting, people will disagree what true justice is.
Since neither you nor I were there, we cant say with certainty if they are 'murderers' as you so quickly judge. The sheer numbers of GODLY men that supported the magistrates againstthe evildoers would lead me to believe they had justifiable reasons for their petitions
By the same line of reasoning, you must hold the RCC machine harmless for the inquisition and lay the guilt for the mass torture and murder of countless dissenters on the magistrates. They shared the same bed, Steve, just like the reformers who followed in Rome's footsteps.
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Sorry I don't share your opinion concerning SteveR being a brother.
It's OK, Dorcas. I know mine is a minority view. Let it not affect our fellowship.

God's blessings on you and yours.


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Dorcas wrote:
Lurker...thank you. Well said.
It has been established numerous times on this board that SteveR does nothing but bring controversy and strife as he promotes his beloved roman/reformed catholic religion.
Most of us know on the board of what stripe he is and that he is in need of conversion.
Thanks Dorcas, Trusting all is well with you and yours.

Re: SteveR. Yes, he is known for his belief of millions of born again Christians at home and in good standing before God in the RCC. We've discussed this in the past to no avail so I respect his right to be wrong and leave it at that.

But I do take offence to his long running habit of using God's word to launch anathemas at those who disagree with his secondary doctrinal beliefs. God gave us His word that it may be hide in our hearts that we sin not against Him, not to use as a weapon for our own gratification.

All that said, I still accept SteveR as a brother in Christ but one who needs more maturity to be able to say no the old man when the temptation to curse another Christian arises. God will take care of that perfectly in His own time.

Blessings, dear sister.

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U Truth,

Every word truth. However, only God knows who repented of their murders before it was too late.


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SteveR wrote:
The list of Reformers that supported executions of rebellious anabaptists is a long one, and I wouldnt call them 'unbelievers.'
For example, lets take Martin Luther who at first supported anabaptists. However, their wickedness led him to say
"On the obstinate, hardened, blinded peasants, let no one have mercy, but let everyone, as he is able, hew, stab, slay, lay about him as though among mad dogs, . . . . so that peace and safety may be maintained... etc.’ [Martin Luther, Werke, Erlangen edition, vol. 24, p. 294; vol.15, p. 276; passim.]
Exacting vengeance on "rebellious Anabaptists" in God's name is not a badge of honor. As for Henry VIII executing Anabaptists, so what? Even though he usurped the pope in the CofE, he remained a Catholic at heart till his death save for a short time when Anne Boleyn softened his heart.

Deut 32:35 To me belongeth vengeance, and recompence

Rom 12:19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord

There is no biblical justification to put anyone to death for heresy. That right belongs to God alone. All who have been party to such, including Luther, Henry VIII, Reformers, Calvin, etc., are murderers.


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Jessica Dawson wrote:
Thank you for all your prayers!
I went to the doctor and it turned out that I have an ear infection and was prescribed medicated ear drops. I wasn't in a hurry to go to the doctor, so the infection caused problems in the surrounding areas. I'll have to go off the Methotrexate till the infection clears up, so my body can fight it.
I would appreciate continued prayers (if God places me upon your heart). The Rheumatoid Arthritis has disfigured my hands, arms, ankles, toes etc. My left hip has been replaced and both of my knees. My arms are so disabled I am not able to dress myself or wash my own hair. I am very dependant on others.
Thank you all for your encouragement and prayer support!
"And Jesus answered and said to them, 'It is not those who are well who need a physician, but those who are sick." ~ Luke 5:31 NASB
Thanks for letting us know, Jessica. Will continue prayer for full recovery from the ear infection.

Your spiritual strength in the face of physical weakness has always been an encouragement and blessing to me.

My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me. 2 Cor 12:9


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ladybug wrote:
Nicodemus came to Christ at night, was drawn to Him AFTER hearing Him teach and seeing Christ do miraculous things. He was drawn by God to Christ, not because he possessed a free will, but because God moved him in his understanding. Others saw Christ do great things as well, and even 'believed on His name', but Christ did not 'trust Himself unto them' {John 2:23-24}. Nicodemus coming to Christ is an example of what Christ meant in John 6:44.
As for John 12:32, 'draw all men unto myself' cannot mean every person ever born, for broad is the road to destruction and many are on that road. Most perish in their sins, so to try and claim the text means every person ever born goes against what the Bible teaches.
'All men' means some from every tribe, every tongue, every nation {Revelation 5:9-10}
Actually, 'men' was added by the translators. It's not in the underlying Greek text. So the question then becomes "all who"? All the Father gave to the Son. John 6:39

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Jessica Dawson wrote:
I take a supplement of essential fatty acids, either 3-6-9 or fish oils. And, I like to use real butter not margarine.
Yet no matter what I eat, I still do not seem to be able to maintain my health. I am asking for praying, as I have been quite ill since Saturday. I am on the chemotherapy drug methotrexate for rheumatoid arthritis — and I went to a harvest type fair last Friday and visited with a lot of chickens and rabbits in a large barn. That night my eyes were really watering and I have been sick with recurring eye, ear, and neck pain and a headache since then. Last night the left side of my head was burning and I was in agony.
I have an appointment with my doctor today, please pray for me!
So sorry to hear what you are enduring, dear sister. Sounds like an allergic reaction to the animals you were exposed to.

You will be in my thoughts and prayers today.


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John UK wrote:
Here is my dilemma: Romans 7:1-6 KJV It is v4 where it says "ye also.." that I am interested in.
We are about to enter uncharted waters, bro.

Paul likens Christ and His bride to a man and his wife so gender recognition becomes all important as we read Paul's writings. In other places he refers to Christians as Christ's brothers and sons of the Father. How is it possible we can be Christ's bride (feminine gender) and brother (masculine gender) at the same time? Because God sees us as soul (mind, heart, wife, feminine gender) and body (flesh, man, husband, masculine gender) with our soul subject to the Zion covenant, our body subject to the Sinai covenant aka the law Paul said we were dead to and His Spirit fulfilling the righteousness of both.... love God, (Zion) and neighbor (Sinai).

Applying this to Paul's conversion, he died soul and body on Damascus Road. The body (husband subject to Sinai covenant) was dead so the soul (wife subject to Zion covenant), though also dead, was free to marry another which happened when Paul received the HS (feminine gender, Ezek 11:19) fulfilling the Zion covenant, love God. Later, Paul's body was quickened by the masculine side of the Spirit (Rom 8:11) fulfilling the Sinai covenant, love neighbor.


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John UK wrote:
A few times in the NT it is said that a believer is "dead to the law", so that "through the law, we are dead to the law". Well, if I was dead to the law, it would be impossible for me to sin, because as far as the law is concerned, I am not living.
I believe Romans 6 explains what you may be perceiving as a paradox.

Rom 6:6 Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin.

Rom 6:11 Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin, but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Indeed, we are dead to the law of sin and death (Rom 8:2) which is in our members (Rom 7:23) by the crucified body of Christ (Rom 7:4) being baptized into His death (Rom 6:3). However, we all know that we will not have complete victory over sin in this mortal life. Our old man will rear his ugly head in moments of weakness and we will yield.

Because our estate in this life (dead to the law) is reckoned and not actual, we have an advocate:

1Jo 2:1 My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not. And if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous.

Hope that helps, bro. If not, let me know.


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John UK wrote:
Mornin' Lurker.
Well, you know that death frees from law, as in the case of, for instance, marriage? If a spouse dies, the other is free to marry again? But if both are alive, they are bound by the law?
A few times in the NT it is said that a believer is "dead to the law", so that "through the law, we are dead to the law". Well, if I was dead to the law, it would be impossible for me to sin, because as far as the law is concerned, I am not living.
OK, John. I'll think on it today and share some thoughts tonight. While I'm doing that I'll pray for your headache. I woke up this morning with one too.... although I doubt as bad as what you get. Bummer.

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John UK wrote:
Ah, the good ol' doctor. How we miss him!
BTW I had a funny thought yesterday, and I wondered if I ought to run it by you bro. It concerns being dead to the law. But I don't want to overload your thinking, brother.
Sounds interesting, Bro. Ask away.

Btw....
http://www.sermonaudio.com/comments_view.asp?currpage=1&localsection=detail&whichtype=&keyword=Dr%2E+Zoloft&onlyname=true


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John UK wrote:
Never mind, "all things work together for good, to them that love God, to them that are the called...."
Oh boy! My memory verses are taking a holiday these days, can't finish it. Maybe I'm suffering Lurker's Syndrome.
But I know it's in Romans 8 somewhere.
Hey bro, If anyone knows how to get ahold of Dr. Zoloft, we could sure use him, eh?

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Christopher000 wrote:
Observer/Lurker, I have not forgotten about your emails. I just need the time and time alone to respond properly. Lurkers is way past due...sorry. always on my mind though...
Chris,

I've been following the discussion but chose not to say anything. No doubt, the situation with your wife is causing you more grief than I had perceived earlier. It would be difficult for me to offer anything more than the most basic Christian advise (always let the light of Christ in you shine) in the absence of a lot more information which I would not ask for on an open forum.

I believe SC meant well by suggesting boundaries but realistically, the only boundaries one can set and enforce are the ones all Christians should set for themselves. An old maxim says you have no control over the acts of others which affect you but you have full control over how you respond to them.

When your wife uses foul language in front of you, walk away from her. When she is watching something on TV which is offensive to Christian eyes/ears, leave the room, put ear plugs in if you need to, pick up your bible and start reading. In time she will realize you have boundaries which she has crossed. How she responds is up to God.

I'll PM soon. Blessings, dear brother.


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Ladybug wrote:
I might add that God does NOT call us to be 'Protestants'. We are called to follow Christ and Him alone. Allegiances to denominations or religious sects are not found in the Bible.
John Yurich USA wrote:
Anybody who is not Catholic or Eastern Orthodox is Protestant whether it be Mainline Protestant or Evangelical Protestant. For a Protestant to deny that they are Protestant goes against logical and analytical thinking.
What God named His servants and when should be your hearts desire to know:

Is 65:13 Behold, my servants shall eat, but ye shall be hungry: behold, my servants shall drink, but ye shall be thirsty: behold, my servants shall rejoice, but ye shall be ashamed: Behold, my servants shall sing for joy of heart, but ye shall cry for sorrow of heart, and shall howl for vexation of spirit. And ye shall leave your name for a curse unto my chosen: for the Lord GOD shall slay thee, and call his servants by another name... (cf Rev 3:7-12)

To learn when God first called His servants by a new name; compare Isaiah 65:1 to Romans 10:20 to learn the prophecy's timeline of fulfillment; then search the same timeline in Acts to learn the new name. "The disciples were called Christians first in Antioch." (Acts 11:26)


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Mike wrote:
How would you like us to pray, bro?
God bless you, brother, for asking. Your kindness over the years has been precious to me not to mention your wit and humor which often gives me a much needed chuckle.

God knows better than me what His plans for the balance of my life is so I would only ask that His will be done in my life and He give me the strength to meet each day's challenges.


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Hey bro Lurker
Hope you saw my last to you.
Jim ain't too interested in correct exegesis and hermeneutics. Why waste brain cells when you can have your pastor tell you what to believe?
Sometimes I'm left wondering if Gil's middle name ain't Pope!
Good morning, brother.

Yes, I did see your post and I agree.... we need to keep in touch especially in these dark days. So much trouble all over the world. I have a tendency to go quite when my spirit is low and its been that way most of this year. I'll make it a point to update you and please do the same when you're up to it.

Blessings to you and yours.

. . .

Jim,

I didn't realize that your comment to which I first replied was off topic so no need to reply further. I don't want to be responsible for taking the thread further off topic. Btw, I did read the article you recommended as well as the entire book of Zechariah (again) before I responded below. There is no biblical support for either the preterist POV of Zech 12-14 or the dispensational futurist view with all its huge gaps spread all over the prophets. The HS is an infinitely better Author of the organic whole of the bible than that..... Think.

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