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Rodney | Tennessee  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rodney
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Frank wrote:
Well, not to change the subject, but if he said that Ellen G. White was a false prophet, it would be more insightful.
Yep.

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s c wrote:
"Minorities" may be having more abortions but aren't they also having more babies?
Is it a fair comparison if the most abortions are by "minorities" when they are also the ones who have more pregnancies?
...not so sure that this is primarily an inner city problem.
There could be more fairer skinned women who have abortions who get pregnant but because there aren't as many of them getting pregnant,then it would seem that there is a greater percentage of "minority" abortions.
One has to factor in the total number of births and do the percentages that way.
From the article:

"Total Black Pregnancies: 56,165
Total Viable Black Pregnancies: 53,115

Black Abortions as a Percentage of Total Black Pregnancies: 51.6%
Black Abortions as a Percentage of Total Viable Black Pregnancies: 54.6%

In other words, for every 1 Black baby born, 1.2 Black babies are aborted in New York City."


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Thanks, John! I agree that much hinges on our definition of hymns and spiritual songs. I've NEVER heard anyone give a definition of those that completely satisfied my thinking. If they are all referencing the Psalms, why say the same thing three times? But if there is a distinction, what is it?

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Great points US. I agree that there are two sides to this coin. I'm not on FB because I fear it would be a drain on my time (as though SA is not ). But it would be nice to keep up with family and friends who live out of state. Penny's comment convicted me that I need to get out and visit people a bit more (Thank you, Penny). I tend to be reclusive. But, I'm not getting out today . It's too nasty. It took me four hours to get home from work yesterday. That's enough for me. I hope you stay warm and safe.

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John UK wrote:
One of the things the devil has done, besides replacing God's hymnbook with a man made selection of songs...
Bro. St. John UK,

There is (as I'm sure you know) more to corporate worship than just singing. There is preaching, praying, reading of the Word, etc. There are examples of preaching in the Word, yet we don't limit preaching to Peter's sermon at Pentecost or Paul's message on Mars hill. We don't limit the content of our prayers to those found in the Bible. We don't hold that responsive reading is only valid for those worshipers in Deut. 27.

No, though we hold to the regulatory principle, we find freedom within that principle. The preacher is allowed, even charged, to apply himself to the proclamation of God's truth and to do so with a passion. How may he do that if the words are not his own? How may we pray - and pray with passion - if we are restricted in our expression. Why must we restrict ourselves to the Psalms - and they are wonderful - when we now have a more full revelation of truth on which to draw?

Disclaimer: I am not talking about preaching, praying, singing, etc. that clearly goes against God's word.


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penny wrote:
its social control, not true community. people censor their real lives and fcbk censors certain views (remember him meeting with Merkel and going after any against islmc invasion?) at best its a convenient tool. tell someone you love them today by instead of writing about yourself and the bird on the ledge outside the window or the rude driver on the road, rather call them, go see them, send them a letter and tell them they matter to you.

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penny wrote:
well, Rodney, surprised you can't see it yet. hopefully you will, Christians need to quit being their buffoons...
see here, the state churches eat up the police state and be one with it....
http://massprivatei.blogspot.com/2015/12/churches-are-conducting-holy-ghost-pat.html
Thanks for the link, Penny. I'll check it out.

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Wayfarer Pilgrim (war refugee),

Thanks for the information. I was completely unaware of Southwest enrolling a Muslim. SMH. Space, funds, and resources are limited (ok, I know they're not limited to God), so why do we not use discretion on how we use them?

I was aware of the lack of funds for missionaries and that many are being asked to take early retirement. That is frustrating. As I understand it, it is a problem that has been building up for quite some time and has only recently come to a head. May God cause us to repent as a denomination for our excesses while we let missions slowly wither. Have mercy, dear LORD.


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John UK wrote:
Greetings Carol. Yes indeed, I belong to a pioneering work, starting from scratch. And it is a great comfort to know that if Jesus Christ be with us, nothing shall be impossible. Many times, at the Breaking of Bread, we can sense the nearness of our beloved Saviour, giving us encouragement.
And nothing is more impossible than the saving of sinful men and women. Thank God that He does the impossible! May He add to your congregation those who should be saved. May He grow you deep and wide in His Word and through the Holy Spirit. May He protect you from those who would subvert the proclamation of the gospel.

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Hey Pennnnnnny,

You have mentioned communism quite a bit the past few weeks. I was just wondering the reason for (what seems to me to be) the sudden interest. I'm not being critical. I hate communism as well, and I feel like it has fallen off of our radar. I'll bet most folks under thirty have no concept of how evil it is. I'm just curious what has brought it to your attention of late.


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CaptCredence wrote:
Climate change I can believe in:
"Behold, he is coming with the CLOUDS, and every eye will see him, even those who pierced him, and all tribes of the earth will wail on account of him. Even so. Amen. " - Revelation 1:7
AMEN & AMEN! Even so, come quickly, LORD.

@Christopher000:

Excellent points, dear brother!


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The fact that the Matthew 18:20 passage is referring to church discipline does not negate the fact that God's people should be (when possible) in fellowship with a local body of believers. In fact, it strengthens the argument for the local church. How can Biblical discipline be carried out outside of the local congregation?

News Item12/31/15 11:52 AM
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From the article wrote:
“I may get nothing out of this," she told the Tribune. “This is about standing up for my colleagues. If I can be thrown under the statement of faith bus, so can they. Everyone is cast under a cloud of suspicion. If they say the wrong thing, how does one know?”
Hmmm. I just read Wheaton's statement of faith, and I saw a lot of good stuff, but no mention of the exclusivity of Christ. (If I overlooked it, someone please correct me.) May this remind me that when I read a statement of faith to pay attention not only to what is said, but what is not said.

As for this professor, I googled her name and found her twitter page. It didn't take much reading to figure out her liberal tendencies. How she ever got tenured is beyond me. Good grief.

Wayfarer Pilgrim, what are you referring to? This is the first I've heard about something like that. As a Southern Baptist, I am very concerned. Do you have any more information?


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Could you please tell me wrote:
where...
Perhaps a better question is, "Would Paul advocate a practice that was contrary to what Jesus taught?"
Or maybe this question, "Would he deny his words to the Galatian church: 'Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted.'?"

Paul is dealing with a Corinthian church that was practicing NO discipline. So, he is addressing the church's INACTIVITY in the matter of discipline. He is not addressing the MANNER of disciplining. The fact that Paul doesn't spell out the process in 1Cor.5 does not prove that he would bypass the first two steps.

I suppose that it could be argued (I'm trying to look at this from every angle) that Paul was advocating immediate action even to the extreme of proceeding immediately to excommunication. IF that is the case (and I don't think you can prove conclusively that it was), Paul's urgency would only serve to further condemn the inaction of the church leaders. IE: If they had gone through the correct process to begin with, the situation would have already been dealt with and Paul would not have gotten wind of it nor had to deal with it as he did.


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I know this is completely off subject, but I want to rejoice in our God and Savior Jesus Christ! He has saved a young couple in our church who our congregation has been praying for and ministering to for some time now. The young lady was saved about a month ago and it has been obvious that God was dealing with his heart as well. Today, during the preaching of the word, He came to full assurance of his salvation. Hallelujah! Our God is so good! Praise His holy name forever!

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Sis. Pennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnny,

Let the world do what it will. Our God is seated on His throne.

Psalms 2:
1. Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?
2. The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord, and against his anointed, saying,
3. Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.
4. He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.
5. Then shall he speak unto them in his wrath, and vex them in his sore displeasure.
6. Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion.
7. I will declare the decree: the Lord hath said unto me, Thou art my Son; this day have I begotten thee.
8. Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession.
9. Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter's vessel.
10. Be wise now therefore, O ye kings: be instructed, ye judges of the earth.
11. Serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice with trembling.
12. Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish from the way, when his wrath is kindled but a little. Blessed are all they that put their trust in him.


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Loving one another thru service...refreshing

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Clarity on how God changed a self determined man...must hear

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A foolish son is a grief to his father, and bitterness to her that bare him. (Proverbs 17:25)

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Mark M. wrote:
Romney/Ryan= Less abortion

so what do I know?

Nothing.
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