"Kids perform better at schools that ban phones" What's amazing, is this comes as a surprise to anyone. Productivity is likely diminished by as much as 80% by those who have their face in the phone all day.
In just one day: Waiting at a light, a lady in an SUV runs a red light (face in phone) nearly hits a j walker (face in phone) Drug deal going on in front of courthouse, cop misses everything (face in phone). Go to the pool six lifeguards(face in phone). Go to store, cashier (face in phone) go to the bank teller (face in phone). Go back home, red light out, cop directing traffic? (face in phone)stop by subway, server (face in phone). Go to bookstore (people walk I, and all through the place never taking their, you guessed it(face out of phone) .Google; how do I breath, Google, what is my name, Google how do I walk.
It looks as if our economy is being driven, largely, by the manufacture and sell of smart phones and I pads. Ironically, 40% of the people who have jobs are spending 80% of their time at work with their face in their phone. If employers would take a stand and fire people for not working, then maybe people who want to work (not just have an income)would have a better chance. Also, those who get fired, due to their texting addiction, would not be able to buy phones, and hopefully our economy could be driven by something more than addicting phones.
Did I read that right? "Socially Liberal, Gay Conservatives". Guess the majority of people have lost the ability to recognize contradictions. Or else these Postmodernist have embraced contradiction as the highest form of wisdom. It's probably both.
Uh! Did anyone notice the inaccuracy in the writing of this article? The title is about WWIII, but the first paragraph makes it WWII. I've seen this quite a lot with internet articles. Misspelling galore. What, they don't proof read anymore?
Awesome sermon! Hello Bryan
First off I really enjoy your ministry. You have revealed truths in the bible in months that I have not learned in yrs through regular church attendance. Your ministry through Bible believers fellowship was to the point that I down loaded all the messages and listened to a lot of them 2-3 times. God bless you for that.
I have a question that's nagged me for a while that I thought would tie in with your message on "the biblical def of repentance".
In the KJV I Jn 3:15-16 it uses the word "should" talking about belief. In the Niv and most other versions it uses the word " May and shall" in these two verses. Now is that not a contradiction in the Niv.
Also the word "should is a conditional word whereas " shall" is an affirmative action.
Using the KJV the word "should"ties in with the thought of repentance as well as belief. It is not the easy believisim that is being pushed by modern Babel churches.
I have always thought that there was more to salvation than belief, I guess that's why my bible is 1 1/2 inches thick.
Maybe this would be a nice message in itself in the light that Jn 3;16 is so often quoted in our easy believisim babel doctrine and the reason the KJV is the right one.
Maybe I've got some of this wrong Bryan but I do deeply respect your views and
Great Sermon! PRAISE GOD!!!! I thank God for His use of you ministry to preach His Word. What a gentle, yet dynamic plea of God for the sinner to come, acknowledge his sin,repent, and accept the sacrifice "God will provide Himself a lamb" to forgive sins.
The art of communication is quickly dying, when one drives the other is on the phone , when two go to dinner there each on the phone , the parents are losing there kids . Entertainment is the devils backbone .