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Reading the article and the comments that pertain to it, I find myself not convinced that Biebs really understands the sacrament of baptism. I also have a bad feeling it's just another publicity stunt as it were. However, I could be wrong in my assumptions...

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Amen! Thank you LORD!

News Item9/25/13 7:40 AM
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I really wonder if the LORD has given Mr. Gosnell over to a reprobate mind.

News Item9/15/13 1:39 AM
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The contents of this article come as no surprise to me. Because of the extraordinary nature of Matthew Shepard's murder (and I'm sure Shepard suffered extraordinarily under the attack), I can see why gay advocates would exalt Shepard as the homosexual messiah, if you will. Neither does it surprise me that the men responsible were fellow homosexuals and fellow druggies. If anything, this narrative speaks volumes about the vices that come with a homosexual lifestyle.

News Item8/21/13 2:01 AM
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I'm just scared we'll see a long string of criticisms simply because the article appeared in Charisma magazine.

News Item8/17/13 1:57 AM
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What's the difference between mainline Protestants and evangelical Protestants? Anybody?

News Item8/13/13 1:39 AM
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Amen, Sister. I see a heart of repentance as I read this. I'm just sorry that certain pro-lifers think it necessary to twist the knife inside of you. Just know that what they are doing is not approved of by the God of the Bible.

News Item8/1/13 12:15 PM
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Here's an even better question: why do so many born-again, spirit-filled Christian women condone other women who put their bodies on display? You see it on social media websites constantly. Any thoughts?

News Item7/15/13 12:12 AM
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Well, I'm a young man in my late 20s, and I earnestly want to be married and start a family, but right now, I have no opportunities to meet young Christian women (because where I live, almost all the young Christian women are already married or heading in that direction with another guy).

News Item7/14/13 11:51 PM
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PS wrote:
The Lord once spoke to me and said dialogue with the snake was Eve's First mistake
For all we know, that could well have been the Holy Spirit. I realize that many subscribers to SermonAudio would object to "God told me..." language and make a big issue of that phrase per se, but I see nothing in your statement that contradicts the spirit of Scripture. In fact, if I may piggyback on your comment, Jesus did not dialogue with Satan while being tempted in the wilderness. He quoted Scriptures in their proper context-- that is how he triumphed over the enemy's lies.

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Ooh, this is good news. I thank God for faithful ministers like this one.

News Item6/30/13 12:46 AM
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Tonight I read Psalm 37, and I feel it's appropriate to share verses 7 through 9:

"Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him; fret not yourself over the one who prospers in his way, over the man who carries out evil devices! Refrain from anger, and forsake wrath! Fret not yourself; it tends only to evil. For the evildoers shall be cut off, but those who wait for the Lord shall inherit the land."


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In addition, I have seen more than one young woman who does NOT look 'frumpy and dumpy' in some very modest swimwear-- some of whom are gorgeous in appearance. True, it's not the majority of young women.

Also, immodesty in dress does not end at the beach. And like I said earlier, modesty also has to do with behavior. I'm sure you all can relate to what I'm speaking about.


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Is modesty making a comeback?

Not exactly. Modesty is more than just simply wearing clothes. Have any of you heard Paul Washer's statement that a [woman] can always be dressed in Puritanical clothing and still exude sensuality through her behavior?


News Item3/21/13 11:20 AM
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I'm not surprised to hear this. I gather that Christian schools are pretty much pagan, as I see that kids who graduate from Christian schools are little different from kids raised in public schools. That's why when I have a wife and kids, I intend to have my kids homeschooled.

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Honestly, I'm not surprised.

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Wow. This thing is twisted to the core. Wow. That's all I can say.

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Neil wrote:
It is possible that such programs might provoke this response from smug viewers:
“I thank God I am not like those sinners.“
Good point.

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“ Reply to BWS ”
When you compared the Presbyterian churches in Scotland to those in the USA, which would you say are the more Biblical? And by the way, I am under the impression that Christianity as a whole in all of North America, Western Europe, and Australia is "based more on a godless culture than it is the Word of God."

Sermon8/12/12 11:33 PM
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“ Pastor Harris... ”
I am completely with you that God must use Scripture as His primary means of communication with His people, but He has other methods to reach His people. The whole idea of God giving us Scripture and leaving us to our own devices to know and apply Scripture because God would not, could not communicate to us any other way sounds an awful lot like a somewhat sanctified form of deism; it sounds pagan. At the same time, I've always wondered how the possibility of God communicating with us by subjective impressions, by events, or by others in our lives does not rule out the sufficiency of Scripture. Would you know?
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