Jim Lincoln wrote: Ok, Dorcas. Michael, speaking of leaders, I will recommend at least looking at the first video of http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/the-roosevelts/watch-videos/ (The Roosevelts: An Intimate History). This has to do with Theodore, and the next two videos give less and less attention to him, because Ken Burns no doubt wants to cover his heroes, Franky and Babs, who I find of much less interest. TR believed in activity and usually had a goal in mind with all that action.
Jim Busy day here
Just checking are you confusing Michael H with Mike NY? Your linnk to TR looked good but not enough time to watch
John UK wrote: Good morning Bro Michael, I was thinking of the selfsame passage about forgiveness, simply because in that circumstance, forgiveness was not based upon a response from the other, but simply because it is right to do so - and immediately. And needful, if we are to enjoy the grace of God, his forgiveness and mercy, his fellowship. But what is happening today? The Holy Ghost is grieved, ignored, rejected, and that is by God's own people! No wonder we are in such dire need of a God-sent revival, which will wake us up out of our spiritual slumber and sloth.
Brother Saint John Imho there is a beauty in forgiveness that glorifies God
On the Cross did not Jesus pray: "Father forgive them......"?
And Stephen similarly when being stoned?
Yes! Let us indeed seek God for revival, part of which will be in a genuine forgiveness for others even before they repent and are reconciled into fellowship
dear s c I want to apologize for my abruptness with you yesterday. I was wrong to be so quick and not patient and gracious on such an important matter (the divorcing of the Holy Spirit from evangelism and even our own Bible study by some and who their influence hurts all of us)
Please forgive me I will seek by the grace of God to not do it again when I seek to earnestly content for the faith
Christopher000 wrote: Oh, and to beat the monkey to the usual accusation...no, I do not hate Roman Catholics. I hate the doctrines that have deceived them, and I hate that they are allowing themselves to be deceived when every single one of them have God's own Word readily available to search out His truth and to rightly divide.
Christopher000 If I am remembering correctly aren't you accused of hating Catholics on a regular basis?
Covenant News wrote: Talking about history Michael, don't forget to mention that the Baptist ideology was concocted in the year 1521 by a bunch of heretics called Anabaptists.
Convenient Disinformation If I believed such a, let's call it a Reformed/Catholic fantasy of religious make believe I won't be an Unappologetic Baptist Type Believer ...... like so many "Protestants" on their way back to Rome and its Popes, "doctors" and mystics, the mass, and rosary beads.
John Yurich USA wrote: I accept the Canons of Dordt.
John Yurich IMHO many of us who post here on SermonAudio so wish if only you and others too would truly believe the Scripture, the Truth of Jesus Christ (NOT some empty sinners prayer myth, nor systematic religous totalitarianism - like abusers of Dordt)
Super List! Thanks for the list Kevin! If I mention listening to a sermon by one of the Sproul clan to someone of my church family, the eyes roll and suddenly something seems stuck in their throat. I'm so sick of it. We cry "Unity!" But what those people generally mean is "Rally to me, you sinners!" God leads my family and has used many people to show us His truths - there might even be a few of them on your list! ;)
Mike from NY, you hit the nail on the head. Keep the sheep distracted while we shovel more junk around and they won't even notice. The article itself said this is unlikely to go any farther; it's all political posturing and vote-garnering. Makes me sick how they play the American public. Makes me sicker that more than less of us dance to the tune.
My mother passed on about 6 years ago. My father tried living on his own but some physical ailments kept him from doing this well and my wife and I were relieved when he finally agreed to move in with us two years ago. I've always been close to my father. I too heard the same "I don't want to be a burden" from Dad until his brother came to visit. He can be a bit of a conspiracy guy but he laid out what he said were "the facts" to Dad, pointing out it was my job to care for him. Uncle told him that eugenics has been alive and well as an under current. He said something to the effect "At the moment, eugenics says you can't drive granny and grandpop into the desert and leave them there. But if you convince granny and grandpop that they should drive themselves, problem solved!" Dad moved in with us a few months later.
Anne, keep praying and maybe God will open the right doors for your parents to see what you and your husband do when the time is right.
Thank you John Yurich - I meant "correct in". You try typing with two babies crawling on your lap for Dad's attention at before 7 o'clock in the morning and I am sure you'll find the same, sudden typo's spring up, too. If you spent as close attention to understanding the Scriptures as you do pursuing the comments section of SA, you might be better off! Oh, I also meant to type "the" not "he", but you missed that one...