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Sermon Righteousness and Iniquity, Pt.1 | Bill Parker
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Veritas, many highschoolers educated in government schools would probably appreciate coloring books because they are, more likely than not, on par with their comprehension level.
I might find this item to be more controversial if it were not for the sad fact that a satanic coloring book would probably only be very similar to much of the material that high school students are familiar with any way. A lot of the music, videos, games, entertainment,etc. that are popular among this age set might be milder. God was "kicked out" of public schools a long time ago. I suppose that it's possible to let your child attend one but it's hard to imagine that they would not be worse off for it.

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Pat's argument against creationism- "...“The truth is, you have to be deaf, dumb and blind to think that this Earth that we live in only has 6,000 years of existence.”
With this line of "reasoning" he would do well to check out the facts before he, yet again, puts his foot in his mouth. Although,if a foot in his mouth would hinder him from making foolish statements it would prove to be of some benefit. There is an ample amount of material available. Being ignorant of the truth can be more readily overlooked the first time that it occurs but repeat offenses will often discredit ones character.
Further,if, as he suggests, people are turned off to the Bible because they can't accept creationism, then,I would logically conclude that they would have a problem with much of the rest of it as well.

News Item11/23/14 2:11 PM
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John Yurich stated-"...if Graham preaches that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as Savior and trusting in Him alone for salvation then Graham is saved."
There will be many on that day of the Lord who say (paraphrase)-"...did we not prophecy in your Name, did we not cast out demons?"...
And He will say "Depart from me you worker of iniquity, I never KNEW you.
We always rejoice over those who receive the gift of salvation but we don't know hearts and God can use anything or anyone ,saved or not, as an instrument to that end.

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TT wrote:"... Have y'all ever heard of grace??? "
No one is condemning anyone to Hell. Read carefully. We are pointing out Graham's inconsistency and critically,faulty alliance with the rc church and ecumenical movement. Are you not aware of what the rc church teaches? ...or do you speak of things of which you are ignorant?

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“ a sobering thought ”
I listened to Myles Munroe. I can't imagine what he (Myles) might do in Heaven when he stated that one tires after telling a man (Jesus) that they loves Him after the 500th time. It makes one wonder also if he tired of telling his wife or children the same (that he loved them)...or did he cease after awhile. Our words are so dangerous. Thank you Saiko Woods for the topic and concern.

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Eddie, before you start calling names perhaps you would do well to check out what Billy Graham has publicly stated. It is very easy to research and Jim Lincoln, for one, often provides links. Many of those who post on here care about those who are or those who have been led astray by these beloved celebrity pastors.While Billy Graham is still alive ,naturally, it would be nice to hear him repent of his many errors and roman catholic partnership. Since he has had a greater platform than most, he will also face a greater judgment.

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Matt, there are more serious issues with this guy than his t-shirt...trying to be "relevant" is one of them. Many do "good" deeds but our good deeds are as filthy rags. Lost people are charitable too.
The best thing that this preacher could do is to preach the Word of God...rightly dividing it without all of the bells and whistles and tattoos.

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Robin Williams called the Episcopal church-"catholic lite-same rituals, half the guilt"
Wikipedia states that the Episcopal church is both catholic and protestant.
It seems that they pray to dead "saints" too. Don't they know that Christ is our Advocate/High Priest?
...maybe that's why they "him" hanging on their crosses.
Muslims praying to another god in an Episcopal church...where's the controversy?

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...just wondering where the other 6 dwarfs are

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I don't know the heart of this woman and I would think that she probably meant well. I am glad that she didn't say what she had intended to say- "...‘I serve a risen Savior, and Muhammad is dead.’ as she was pointing to a cross with "the figure of what was supposed to be Christ" on it. Was this a roman catholic church where the Muslims were comfortable praying to allah ? It's no wonder that they could pray there if that was the case. At any rate, "yes" our LORD is alive! Take his misrepresentation off of the cross already. The death without the resurrection makes it all meaningless.

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The wikipedia overview of rosa mira (rose of the world) cult makes for an interesting read. According to it,those in the cult think much like those who adhere to a lot of popular new age advocates like Wayne Dyer and Oprah and, sadly, celebrity mega church "preachers"/best selling authors. The main idea being that there are many ways to Heaven. I'm aware that a lot of the mega church pastors would say that they believe in Christ alone but have also said that people who don't even know who Christ is are "christians".
All of these sages of this "fauxlosophy"
(my new word for any false belief system), apparently could have spared Christ from dying on the cross if they had lived when he did. (I'm being sarcastic here.) I think that it should occur to anyone holding to the view of many ways to Heaven, what Christ said: (that He is the Way, the Truth and the Life; paraphrase- no one comes to the Father but by Him). Obviously, Christ was speaking the truth and discrediting all other religions/ways or He was a liar; It's not possible to include that which is exclusive; this is a pretty fundamental principle.
This wiki article also mentions the eternal femininity and easter/astarte.
America needs to stop its goddess worship; stars are just gaseous dust and
women aren't objects.

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I think that the emoticon of "jesus" looks like Ringo Starr. I've been listening to a very fine sermon series this week by Alistar Begg on the topic of the 10 Commandments. He deals with graven images such as the crucifix and paintings etc. The fellow with this idea of translating the Bible into emoticons would be very blessed to take a listen.
Also,for those of us who like our pictures and images of cesare borgia, we would do well to remember that Christ was risen from the grave; He's not dead on the cross and we are guilty of holding dear to gross misrepresentations of Him when we purchase/display or are party to such.

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Thank you Christopher for responding. ..glad to hear that both you and she came out of error and that she is a Christian now as well. Good news! And "yes", we have all come out of something. What a Wonderful
Savior!

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..haven't seen this item up again until today...haven't got past page 4 where Christopher had posted:"...This was all very odd to me because she wasn't the sort of person prone to drama, attention getting, or deception..." (in reference to his cocktail waitress girlfriend in Vegas, no less)
Christopher were you saved at the time? And isn't drama and attention getting part of her job description (for a cocktail waitress?)
I would wonder first, why a Christian would be dating a cocktail waitress and second, why one would be unequally yoked then,providing that they were a Christian.
I'm thinking that lost people and demon possession are not an uncommon phenomenon.

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Ladybug, well stated. Hopefully, it will be more clear to others now as to the original intent. And,I apologize for any mix up between you and pennned.

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Christopher, excellent comments!

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Pennned, you might want to reread the posts. If you have an issue with the "lavish" comment, you'll need to inquire of ladybug. Further, no one is disputing that Christ came in the flesh. It was indeed an historical event. I don't think that any Christian is suggesting that we discount the Gospel but rather, all the more defend it, in TRUTH. To rightly do so, one must discard this "popish" holiday. Do you really think that our Christian ancestors made a mistake in not aligning with the rc church in regards to this issue?
And Christopher wrote: "...I can't even imagine how much more depraved parents, kids, and society as a whole will be when God is finally murdered off and virtually forgotten."
Chris, God isn't up in Heaven wringing his hands and asking himself "...I didn't see this coming; what next?"
What the militant defenders of pagan holidays (christinized or other) fail to recognize is that the world cannot take anything away which God has given/gives. Conversely, however, the world can take away that which it gives or appoints (i.e. christmass or easter)
If only Christians were so adamant in evangelizing. Dorcas was correct in calling "holidays" sacred cows.
Christians face the greatest persecution in this country when they speak out against them (holidays).

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Frank, so glad to hear that you are blessed in your learning and ladybug, "yes", in regards to the probable time that Christ was incarnated; more likely than not it was during the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles; how fitting that God would tabernacle among us then? The truth is always more fascinating than the counterfeit.

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pennned wrote: "...its a loss to have any references to Christ scrubbed from the calendars"
...not when they're vain and untrue. We don't need these so-called holidays to remember and to glorify God the other 363 days of the year.
What is really sad is the ignorance/lack of knowledge among Christians who choose to cling to them. It's one thing to be unaware; it's another to willfully remain ignorant.
Again, Christians wouldn't celebrate holidays appointed by sodomites.Why is it okay if it they are appointed by roman catholics then?

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Thank you ladybug for the link ,Dorcas for your unwavering witness and Frank for checking to see whether these things be so.
Maybe it would help for others to have a better idea of the objection with christmass if they would also consider whether or not they would celebrate it if it had been integrated into the church calendar by a bunch of sodomites or pedophiles or idolators. Would they still defend it then just because they themselves "observe it in the right manner"?
Those who lie to their children about santa are no different than those who lie to the world about christmas (which translates into the death of Christ); using an inaccurate date is a lie. Truth shouldn't be compromised. It can be a stumbling block if it is.
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