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News Item12/19/14 7:51 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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John Yurich USA wrote:
I happen to know more about the climate in Eastern Colorado then you do since I have Second, Third and Fourth Cousins living on the farms in Eastern Colorado near Ramah and Calhan. I have been out there in the summer and the summer is dry and not humid and I have been out there in the winter and the snow didn't stay around long as it got warm.
That's because snow melts when it gets warm. It happens here, too.

News Item12/18/14 7:36 PM
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revealing wrote:
How do you tell the difference between true faith and false faith?
True faith:-
= Is from God.
= Is a grace of God.
= Is the work of the Holy Spirit on the heart.
= Is for the elect.
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= Hebrews chap 11 - the "by faith" verses illustrate work of faith in people.
NB: Verse 6 teaches "without faith it is impossible to please God."
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False faith:-
= Is human faculty.
= Is human conviction.
= Is DIY salvation.
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God is not pleased with lack of faith, no argument there. Numerous bible verses point to it. But faith being the gift of God, as you say, you would have God displeased with himself for not giving the gift to the non-elect. Odd theology.

News Item12/18/14 12:54 PM
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From the news:
"Students and professors at Louisiana State University (LSU) are protesting a prayer and fasting service featuring Gov. Bobby Jindal (R), because they say the host organization is a “hate group.”

Any group which in the least way seems somehow in opposition to the desires of the sexually disoriented is considered a hate group. Of course it is the latter who are the hate group, as evidenced by their snarling attitude.


News Item12/16/14 8:48 AM
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Christopher000 wrote:
Frank Wrote:
"Thanks Chris, but I also don't believe in decisional salvation..."
I wouldn't say I believe in it either, but will admit that I'm on the fence and is why I listen closely.
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Chris, salvation/eternal life is the gift of God. (Ephesians 2:8; Romans 6:23.) Faith in the finished work of Christ on my behalf is not salvation by decision, yet it is by grace through faith that one is saved. Some call this making a decision to be saved, which isn't accurate. One might ask, how does one express faith without deciding to, but that's another direction. Ahyway, it is not faith in my faith, but faith in Christ. As has been told before, if I believe a chair will hold me up when I sit on it, it doesn't mean I hold myself up when I do. The chair's strength is built in by its maker. No credit comes to me for trusting the chair. But trust in the chair is made evident when I sit.

Romans 10:9,10
"That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation."


News Item12/15/14 8:55 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
This does worry me if a child's health is in danger because parental neglect. I think it is time for homeschoolers to get together with their states, to figure out some way to make sure children are getting proper medical attention. Oh, the article that SA picked out was good, and I suggest you read it and make up your own mind.
Would I be far off if I guessed your idea of "proper medical attention" is whatever government says is proper?

News Item12/15/14 8:50 PM
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Sedgewicke G wrote:
Socialism/communism is where the proletariat think say and do what the bureaucratic oligarchy tell them to.
Big Brother 1984.
This is Democrat party policy insidiously sliding into American government and society.
This one belongs to the Republicans more than it does the Democrats. Check out the votes. More Dems voted against it than Repubs, even though there are fewer of them in the House.

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This Kansas judge, like the scarecrow in Wizard of Oz, longs for a brain.

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John UK wrote:
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The only alternative to that is that God's salvation is open to all men, Christ having died for all men, and the only reason why anyone is in heaven forever, is because they did the right thing by the gospel, which effectively makes their salvation dependent on what "they" did, rather than on what "God" did. So instead of that glorious expression "Jesus Saves", you get the inglorious expression "Jesus Might Save".
On the one hand, you have God gloriously saving a people (who were dead); on the other hand you have a people saved by what they did (by their free will) when hearing the gospel.
Believing the Lord saves me from my sin is not saving myself. But that's another issue for now.

The Israelites came under the blood of the unblemished sacrificial lambs, and were protected from the destroyer, who passed over them and executed judgment on Egypt(Ex.12:12-23) For God had said "let my people go...(Ex.9:1 Yet on the other side of the Red Sea, a whole generation of them failed to enter the promised land. Why was that? I see a pattern here, bro. Who was the blood shed for? Even so, why did it not bring most of them into the land of milk and honey?


News Item12/15/14 8:55 AM
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Reality wrote:
The gospel is for the sheep, not the goats. It's a calling out of those who God has shed His grace upon, hence the greek term ekklesia. We are not seeking the general lost, but the sheep who are lost, when we present the gospel. How much more clearer does the scripture need to be? Christ, when soeaking to the religious, pious folk, told them his sheep HEAR his voice. The pharisees didn't because their father was the devil. Stop trying to romanticize man' s part and embrace the totality of God's work in salvation. "Before the foundation of the world" God determined who were his sheeo and who were goats. The salvific suspense rests in man's mind, not God's.
Sounds like your saying the sheep are born sheep.

News Item12/14/14 5:16 PM
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John UK wrote:
Peddlers are in it to make a profit. It costs me to post here.
Tonight at meeting, we looked at the 10th plague in Egypt, the death of the firstborn throughout the land of Egypt and Goshen.
Remember, "Christ our Passover is slain for us."
God instructed the families of the Hebrews to do quite a lot, really. None of which merited anything, but they obeyed God.
1. Select a lamb, perfect, a yearling.
2. Keep it indoors.
3. On the selected day, slay it and put the blood in a bason.
4. The lamb must be roasted by fire.
5. Splash the blood using hyssop, on the lintel and doorposts of your dwellings.
6. Eat the "Passover" standing up, sandals on your feet, staff in hand, along with bitter herbs and unleavened bread.
And God said, "When I see the blood, I will pass over you."
The firstborn was safe, so long as God's instructions were carried out.
At midnight, cries were heard all over Egypt, the angel of death struck down the firstborn of man and beast throughout the land. Except WHERE THERE WAS BLOOD ON THE DOORPOSTS!!
R, do you know how that blood got there?
The Israelites had to do it, because they were made to do it?

News Item12/14/14 5:12 PM
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Frank wrote:
I agree completely. As I have said many times the only difference between republicans being in power and the democrats is instead of 1 million babies being aborted, only 999,999 are aborted. But that one life is so precious that I will never, ever, ever, vote democrat.
When Obama was elected I felt his true agenda would be a redistribution of wealth from the rich to the poor black communities. I was correct. His previous pastor believed that Jesus was a black man and that He came to liberate blacks, or something like that.
Anyway, we agree about the trillions wasted and the redistribution of wealth.
Mostly, it's been redistributed to the government. If the poor got it, why are they still poor? Govts talk about helping the poor. But they need keep the poor on a starvation diet to keep them coming back for their pittance, and insure their vote. Teach them to fish, to grow, to develop skills to get them out of poverty? Never.

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Barry from KY wrote:
I think it's frightening to think of that Hugh of a number being a stop gap. But if anyone on here thinks it was just the democrats they are deluding themselves. The democrats do need to control their spending on social programs, however, the republicans incessant need to build war machines and attack other people and their continued insistence on giving welfare to the rich needs control as well!!!
I agree. Democrats or Republicans who act like this should be called what they are, which is not proper in polite company. But today it is a Democrat administration continuing wars. A big difference as I see it is, the war dead are counted daily by the media when a repub is sitting in the White House, and they are ignored while Obama sits there. Without personal research, who would ever know that during O's tenure, triple the number of dead has occurred in Afghanistan as compared to the Bush era? And it is O's admin that bailed out Wall St and GM, GE, etc. while letting sm business go under. Welfare to the rich now belongs to the Democrats. They figured out that the poor can't fund them.

News Item12/14/14 8:50 AM
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John UK wrote:
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The Arminium believes that God's election is based firmly on his foreknowing who would respond believingly to the gospel, and thus chose them unto salvation. (this is incorrect imho)
The Calvinium believes that men are incapable of saving themselves, even incapable of responding savingly to the gospel in their natural state, requiring effectual calling, which needs quickening, enlightening, conviction of sin and irresistible grace. And God, knowing the incapacity of men, chose some out of the dregs of humanity, of his own free will, and brings such to salvation. (this is correct imho)
Now in regard to this, I believe the Arminium is unbiblical, and the Calvinium is biblical.
Not arguing with much of what you say, but what of those who were not chosen out of the dregs, bro? And if you would not say he passes them by, leaving them to what they deserve, it would be useful. Also, why is it when asked about salvation, or related matters, the one asking is not told it depends on whether he is chosen, but whether he believes the gospel?

News Item12/14/14 8:20 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
http://www.ktvq.com/news/senate-passes-spending-bill/ we get this from the article, "The U.S. Senate passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill that will fund the government through September, approving it in an unusual Saturday evening vote."
From the link:
"President Barack Obama signed the stopgap funding bill Saturday evening. Without it, funding was due to dry up Saturday night."

Hey Jim, don't you think it interesting that the drunken sailors in Washington think $1.1 trillion is considered "stopgap"?


News Item12/14/14 8:09 AM
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Frank wrote:
Me neither; thanks Carl for your comment. Dr. Mohler a few years ago concluded that a sheep had a gay gene and then from that said something like he wouldn't be surprised that one day we would find a gay gene in humans. But, he was careful to say that wouldn't give us the right to be gay. That was big of him I think.
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I suppose there could be happy sheep, but it might be hard to tell, as they don't smile much.

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Frank wrote:
Let me ask a general question. Are there animals in heaven now and if so where did they come from?
I didn't read the article, only the title.
IMO, I doubt it, but I wouldn't be surprised to find them on the new Earth. Man isn't the only thing to be renewed, but the creation itself. Why would that necessarily exclude dogs?

Romans 8:20-23
"For the creature was made subject to vanity, not willingly, but by reason of him who hath subjected the same in hope,

"Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God.

"For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.

"And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body."

No requirement is indicated that the creation have the Spirit or a soul in order to be delivered from corruption. According to Scripture, it "shall be delivered."


News Item12/12/14 7:02 PM
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Frank wrote:
Well Jim, let's see. Submit doesn't mean to promote. Doing right isn't "promoting" abortion. A bondslave of God isn't the same as a bondslave of the government.
Like I said Jim, you are consistent. You are doing exactly what your verses say you shouldn't do. You are using your freedom as a "covering" for evil,e.g. those who promote abortion with their votes are far worse than those who get abortions. Why because without them, it would cease. You are a bondslave to Obama and shamelessly promote him and his agenda, when you should be a bondslave to the Lord and Savior and promote His agenda.
As a Christian, Jim doesn't participate in the unscriptural parts to government, because according to him, Christians are not to be involved, except to fulfill what he thinks are Scriptural requirements to obey thieves and murderers of the unborn.

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Very little money goes into anything productive, MS, Infuriating Facts About Our Disappearing Middle-Class Wealth).

I would suppose this Christmas we should be helping out food pantries, moyers/journalFood is the big story this week. We're paying a lot more for it
What is needed is higher taxes as proposed by Warren Buffett. I prefer the first article I mentioned to the one in the NY Times.

You pointed out Bill Moyers wrote:
"1. Each Year Since the Recession, America’s Richest 1 percent Have Made More Than the Cost of All US Social Programs

"In effect, a reverse transfer from the poor to the rich. Even as conservatives blame Social Security for being too costly...."

What a load. See why I say liberals are bad at math, Jim? They actually think the rich get rich because the poor subsidize them. What exactly do the poor transfer that makes the very rich richer?

btw, we are paying a lot more for food because of the influx of unearned and unbacked dollars that has been dumped into the financial system by Quantitative Easing. Remember that? What happens when more dollars chase the same goods? 1+1=2 regardless of liberal economic theory. More taxes to compensate for dumb? Nope.


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pennned wrote:
brother, you are greatly deceived.
go type in abu ghraib photos and look for yourself. you have not seen. you are blind.
I cannot give links because the images are too graphic.
There's one of a totally naked detainee, covered in what looks like mud with arms out, an American soldier is smiling slyly with a baton, making him walk with his arms out in some strange way.
another of a man hands tied behind his back cowering in a corner with a soldier standing over him with a dog growling.
another of a female soldier holding a leash that is tied to a naked man's neck, his body thrown on the ground like a dog.
go LOOK.
another with naked men being forced to lay on top of each other in a pile with a soldier pointing and laughing.
wake up sleeping sequestered church.
another of the same female soldier standing next to the naked man pointing at his nakedness and smiling.
Dear sister pennned, you know we agree on some things, but I would ask, who would have taken and released these photos, and why? Is there any possibility that they are phonied up? It isn't hard to do this. Not saying they aren't real, just that you can't necessarily believe what you see these days.

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watched and waited wrote:
Mike
If you want to believe you saved yourself then ok, I'll leave you with that.
But that implies there was no need for God's Son to be crucified.
After all if the ability is in man to save himself, even if he is at enmity with God and cannot discern spiritually, why does God require Jesus to die on the cross?
If you are saying that God requires the price for sin to be paid twice once by Christ and once by Mike - Then you are suggesting God is unjust and unfair.
It brings us back to the old question, "Is faith the gift of God or the works of Mike?"
Is the blood of Christ sufficient to save and pay the price of God's justice?
Or does God require payment twice for the same sin?
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What do you think, did they answer correctly when asked what must I do to be saved, and they told the jailer what he must do? Also, what does this believing truth have to do with saving oneself? Did the jailer save himself?
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