When we have a country turned over to perversion and every form of wickedness, it is encouraging to have folk say enough we are not allowing the gaystapo and their henchmen to force this dung on us... NC...stand strong.
Frank wrote: Isaiah 3:8 For Jerusalem has stumbled and Judah has fallen, Because their speech and their actions are against the LORD, To rebel against His glorious presence. 9 The shew of their countenance doth witness against them; and they declare their sin as Sodom, they hide it not. Woe unto their soul! for they have rewarded evil unto themselves. Our country is so sick that the majority of our culture doesnât even recognize how evil this nation is. The gospel is being dummied down and so has our moral fiber. And we are supposed to make America Great Again by inviting guests who donât even try to hide their abominable behavior. These last 2 sentences were meant to be sarcasm. Neither party stands against abortion, homosexuality, greed and feminism. They are all different shades of the same color. Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly.
Millions of religionists of all stripes have joined together to call back America to the "traditional moral values" upon which it was founded by casting a vote for an obvious ungodly individual who doesn't know God from a gourd. This "mission" has replaced the Great Commission in the hearts and minds of multitudes of evangelicals. I join you in Maranatha LORD JESUS.
Frank wrote: The Grahams have simply dummied down the blessed gospel of our Lord and Savior. They like âallâ politicians deny our Lord and Savior through their ecumenicalism and social gospel and at most give Him lip service as if He is some beggar they can throw a bone to once in a while. Anyway good post!
GSMontana wrote: Obseever writes: You're going to start an argument over the Authorise Prohibition Bible (APB) vs the RPV now, so I'd duck if I were you! Oh boy. MS, I knew a guy who was very legalistic and thought he could loose his salvation. He was most miserable. I went into the break room one day and he had just got done crying he was so upset. We had good long discussion, and I tried to show him our salvation is contingent upon the finished work of Jesus Christ the propitiation of our sins, but he was convinced we must be perfect (he really thought this was possible) or we'll loose our salvation.
Two great crimes are contained in self-righteousness: frustrating the grace of GOD, and making CHRIST to have died in vain. Galations 2:21.
I agree with GS & Observer. We have ran into whole groups not unlike the very few (thankfully) who post here. The stench of self-righteousness permeates all that they do and say.But sadly lacking is any joy in the LORD or fruit of the SPIRIT. The Papacy isn't the only religion that insists that they are infallible in all matters pertaining to Christendom, there are a handful on here whose pontificatings would equal any anti-Christ pope!
Kev wrote: John 4 J this link will be passing away on my phones links so want to give you a link to a free audio book. Also John UK, Lurker, and observer think this would be a blessing to even the well versed person. This is a great audio book on doctrine very indepth. Has a great English reader as well. If you happen to check it out tell me what you think. Hey also yeah Connor if you are looking to be a Pastor check out this audio book it is packed with wisdom.
Hi Kev, just caught your post and would give this audio book a The reader is Allan Jellett from England another Sovereign Grace preacher.He posts his sermons here on SA.Would recommend him also. Take care and GOD Bless you and all who love the LORD JESUS in Truth. Back to standby mode.
Daniel 7:25.....and shall wear out the saints of the most High,.... This verse perfectly addresses the constant droning on and on about secondary matters, that we have to endure from a few on this board. No thanks. Take care brothers and sisters. Signing off for awhile.
Unprofitable Servant wrote: Paid a visit to the doctor today. He was also a pilot, a mountain climber and now has a family wine making business. He said that grapes take about 2 weeks to ferment into wine. He said with no refrigeration the only way to preserve the wine was to keep the alcohol content around 13% or it would have turned to vinegar. He said the Roman soldiers thought very highly of the vinegar they had and to give it to our Lord on the cross would have been thought to be a gift by the Roman soldier. An interesting discussion with someone in the business of making wine.
We too are familiar with a preacher who's family are in the wine making business. He posts his sermons on SA and uses wine for the LORD'S Table. Some on here if they knew who it was would probably picket his assembly like the infamous Westboro's.