Lol..so many end time fallacies perpetrated long ago by harlot, papal Rome . Still being ranted on about by ecumenists and 'reformed' religionists along with the dispensationalists. Read one of the finest books concerning this subject 'Romanism and the Reformation: From the Standpoint of Prophecy. Author: Henry Grattan Guinness. --------- Me thinks Romes mouthpiece on this forum doth protest to much.
Frank wrote: JohnY Well my trollish friend, you will get a response, but only one. This is from the CARM website. â€¢"If any one saith, that by faith alone the impious is justified; in such wise as to mean, that nothing else is required to co-operate in order to the obtaining the grace of Justification, and that it is not in any way necessary, that he be prepared and disposed by the movement of his own will; let him be anathema," (Canon 9, Council of Trent). â€¢"If any one saith, that man is truly absolved from his sins and justified, because he assuredly believed himself absolved and justified; or, that no one is truly justified but he who believes himself justified; and that, by this faith alone, absolution and justification are effected; let him be anathema," (Canon 14, Council of Trent). â€¢For more on this, please see Council of Trent. Canons on Justification. Notice that justification by faith alone is denied, and heaven is the reward for doing good works. This is the problem. The RCC does not teach the biblical doctrine of justification by faith. It teaches justification by faith and works.
What shall we expect next to be quoted on this forum? Brother Lawrence? Mother Theresa? perhaps something from C.S. Lewis? or Aesops Fables? :thumb
Shane, Frank, James 5:12 But above all things, my brethren, swear not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yea be yea; and your nay,nay; lest ye fall into condemnation.
Michael Hranek wrote: MS back to your post imho we ought not let anyone distract us away from a heartbroken anguish in our praying (and repenting too) from thisgs that would push/deceive us into error and sin against the Lord Jesus Christ, a surrendering the lives of people God cares about to the evil Satan would do them, like the comment Russell Moore made Again https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGMG_PVaJoI A Call to Anguish - David Wilkerson May God use DW's words wonderfully in our lives to encourage us into effective fervant intercessory prayer, in this or any other matter the Holy Spirit burdens us in and over
Agree Michael. Thank-you for the link. A big hearty Amen! In your response to the uninvited RCC defender of their satanic religion.
Angela Wittman wrote: Why on earth is he even commenting on this? I think Judge Roy Moore is the man with the expertise to listen to in this matter. This kind of stuff keeps me from even considering becoming a Baptist; I would probably cause a riot.
Please Angela do not lump all of us Baptist type believers with the ecumenical SBC (slowly becoming catholic). There are many godly independents who are not of the SBC stripe, and cry out against this rubbish of Moore and Mohler.
Revealing Truth wrote: It is such a burden in this life being a Biblical Calvinist and trying to teach the rest of humanity what the real truth of the Bible is and the correct exegesis of Scripture. But God's strength is made perfect in our weakness. The Billy Graham family business of save yourself and self assisted salvation originates from the Roman Catholic idolatrous deception. The free will believers who cannot perceive how sin makes them Totally Depraved end up preaching a false witness of sinners who are not affected by sin and a god which requires human help and decisions to save them. UnBiblical idolatry is the hobby of these religious cults. Thus do we get these Graham style false witnesses whose - "Come on down and make a decision which God has no option but to accept" - are Game Show religion peddlers. If dear old free willer Franklin Graham knew anything about the Bible then he would be aware that the "Sexual Revolution" is not the source of the weakness of America - It is a symptom of the weak and heretical church doctrine and theologies which have emerged during the last century. Franklin and family would then see that they are part of the problem - And definitely NOT part of the solution.
John UK wrote: MS, who exactly are you talking to, when you say, "you can contact him..." I can only speak for myself, and in my honest opinion, there are millions of charismatics all over the world, and pentecostals also, along with Mormons and such like, who believe in spiritual gifts as defined in the Bible, believing them to be for today, and these include "hearing a word from God" in the sense of a "word of knowledge" etc. So Katy Perry is not a rare thing. One thing I have noticed about women's institutes, and women in general, because it seems to be inbred into them, that is they seem able to talk incessantly about some mere thing, not only for a few minutes, a few hours, or a few days, but even a whole month. To not much purpose, because it is incessant repetition. And even several years later, they suddenly come up with the same thing again, out of the blue, to the astonishment of their husband, boyfriend, brother, sister, whosoever. They can't help it.
Well sir then I am sure you give thanks that you were given the gift of singleness...