Yep, after SteveR finishes his reviling and hate filled post each Lord's Day on SA, he then goes to his 'reformed' place of worship with a heart filled with rancor, bitterness.... And does he think that Almighty God accepts any form of worship from that dark filled heart?? What a hypocrites couch he lays upon.
'The only music which ever passes beyond the roof of the church in which it is rendered is that which issues from born again people, who 'sing with grace in their hearts unto the Lord.' ~~~~~~~ A.W. Pink
Dolores wrote: Thanks, MS for your response and apologize for the "ruffled feathers". After I commented, I actually wanted to take it back because it wasn't that important to get silly about. I uaually ignore and try not to "sweat the small stuff".At least I feel better now that I could give you my apologes. We have a lot more important things going on than this, anyway.
No problem Dolores.....sometimes misunderstandings occur. May we always continue on in Christian charity.
Dolores wrote: Actually, MS, I was just stating my opinion as well and btw, I don't get my theology from the "boxoffice". Apparently, you never watched this movie, so you have no idea what I am talking about. God can use any means he so wishes to get his message across. The Isrealites fought many wars and God helped them win them as long as they were in good standing with him. Sgt. York prayed by himself to see what he needed to do and he did what he felt in his heart to do. Why don't you watch the movie before you start ridiculing others that see things different from you.Do we as Christians sit back and let the evil of the world take over. We, as Americans, have fought many wars to keep our freedom. Was it wrong to kill Indians that are shooting arrows to kill someone that was trying to settle in a new land? Only God has the answers to these diffucult questions. We have our "opinions". To clear things up, my theology came from the Bible as taught in the Baptist Church.
Hey Dolores, if you read my first comment it came after Mike NY post concerning Jim L. aha moment . That was what I was commenting on. Sorry you got your feathers ruffled concerning this movie. I meant no offense to you.
Michael Hranek wrote: MS For what it is worth There is an enormous difference in being blood thirsty and wanting to indescriminately kill others and even abusing a time of war to do so and going into mortal to the death combat for the sake of protecting others in a just and righteous matter, laying down your life to protect others If those calling themselves Christians cannot see this imho they have a serious problem in their theology and faith as an example we can all chew (humbly meditate on) God Himself gives us David (a man after God's own heart btw) and Goliath Along with all this let me recommend, not a perfect book but one that is a very good read THE BRAVEHEARTED GOSPEL by Eric Ludy AND Please do read some of the reviews to have an appreciation of the Truth is worth fighting FOR Why even in pagan Greek history we have the account of the bravery of Leonidas and the 300 Spartans who sacrificed their lives in battle at Thermopylae that Greece might ultimately live and not be destroyed by Xerxes and the invading Persians (no they weren't saved)
I was speaking of many who get their theology from the 'boxoffice' Pennned
John UK, Just caught your post. How is the weather in Wales this a.m? Good day for a baptism in the sea? Praying for the elderly sister that she doesn't catch her death in that beautiful old Atlantic May the good Lord bless all of you this day as you honour and glorify His Name and give a public gospel witness in this dark world!
John UK wrote: Quite correct! MS, how would you like some great news? Our little Study Group will be assembling on the beach tomorrow at 11.00am for a short service with gospel preaching and testimonies, and then three people will be baptised in the sea. There are two teenage lads, and a lady who has been Anglican all her life, and who is most certainly born again, who is in her 80's, whom the Lord convinced she should be baptised after our teacher preached on the subject last week in light of the forthcoming baptisms. It is most exciting, and I would covet prayer for the weather, so that any unbelievers might feel better constrained to see what is going on, and maybe hear some of the preaching. If anyone feels led by the Spirit to pray, please do so, and be a part of this joyous occasion.
Brother John, It would be a great privilege and honor to lift up to the Lord and Saviour your gathering tomorrow. What a blessing!!
The Lord has greatly blessed me through Psalm 145 this week. Might I suggest it to you and all who read this post.
Two posters come to mind concerning busybodies and meddlers into other peoples business. Perhaps a serious consideration of the following verses might be in order. 1Timothy 5:13 2Thes 3:11 1Peter 4:15.