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News Item10/17/16 6:12 AM
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Hey John:
I believe you hit the nail on the head. Just a few weeks ago I taught a lesson for an adult Sunday school class, I had a candle in each person's hand, and we talked about Matthew 5:15. We discussed what it meant to shine their light, and what their light was… But at the end of the lesson, I turned the light off and had them look around the room… And I reminded them that this was the problem with so many Churches. Their lights are shining bright, but they are shining only in the church building. The problem is that were not concerned enough about our light getting outside the building. Some of it is because of persecution, but mostly it's just laziness. We just don't care enough about the lost to try to reach them.

News Item10/9/16 9:22 AM
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At the end of the day, either way the election goes, America loses. If you think about it, the number of people Donald will lose from this are negligible: he is an unpresidential whoremonger with diarrhea of the tongue. That said, most people who had planned to vote for him already knew that. They want A.) a businessman that will take less of their money for welfare addicts and hopefully cut government spending—and B.) not Hillary. As a result, nothing really has changed. There might be some Christians who express outrage, but in the ballet box they will still vote for him because of A or B.
Just saying.

News Item9/18/16 11:03 PM
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Intensive Care Unit. At a hospital.

News Item9/16/16 5:59 PM
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At the end of the day, the most important thing to realize is that there is no amount of time that would actually allow a process like evolution to take place. They say that if you put a room full of monkeys banging away on type writers, they would eventually re-create the entire works of Shakespeare... What they never tell you is that A) The typewriters would be covered in excrement, and B) those re-created works would still require spellcheck.

News Item9/14/16 7:20 PM
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To add to wayfarer. Three statistically proven activities that greatly decrease chances of divorce:
1) attending Church 2 or more service a week, 2) Regular reading of Holy Book, and 3) Regular donations to Church (Tithing)
Study was done by liberal statisticians, hence the terminology. I often refer to that study when I teach Sociology of the Family.

News Item9/14/16 3:42 PM
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It comes down to self control... Which is something that most of us don't seem to have much of. Praise God for His grace when we're struggling though.
And GS, I'd love to see what your hair looks like. I prefer to wash, then rinse and repeat... Seems like your way would leave some soap scum.

News Item8/7/16 9:34 AM
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This will be buried, I'm sure... Or the doctors ostracized... Or both.

News Item7/26/16 9:33 PM
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Sadly, many of us here disagree on many things. Personally, I came to the conclusion that most of the posters were too divisive and derogatory—as a result, I post infrequently because I see no sense arguing with others. My assumption is, however, that many of us DO name the name of Christ—and that is what I appreciated about Dr. Lahaye. When the Left Behind series came out, even Wal-Mart promoted them...a Christian series of books that presented the Gospel.
Paul gloried in that: "What then? notwithstanding, every way, whether in pretence, or in truth, Christ is preached; and I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice." Philippians 1:18
There were things I didn't agree with in his theology... But Christ was preached, and I'm happy about that.

News Item6/23/16 9:17 AM
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The very first Christian music I owned was the 1991 Hyles Anderson college group. It was given to me right after I received Christ, and was struggling with music. Oklahoma Baptist College also had some great music.

News Item6/9/16 2:34 PM
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Wasn't Exodus 32 the last time people gave their money for a golden cow? Are we seeing a replay?

News Item5/28/16 12:13 PM
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Christiopher - future pavement as an investment? Lol

News Item5/25/16 1:45 PM
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I've been in the prison ministry for over 20 years, and to be honest, the problems I have faced weren't with the inmates... Except a few clashes with Muslims... The problems that I have faced come from the powers that be that are in charge.

News Item5/14/16 5:12 AM
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So it begins...

News Item5/9/16 1:52 PM
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I just love how, lurking in the background, someone is always ready to take any chance they can to ignore the topic, and rip into someone else. The early Church flourished under persecution from the outside... But when inside we are always fighting each other, how will the Church be able to stand under the new modern persecution?

News Item5/6/16 3:33 PM
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Trying to become god? Humanism has been teaching them they are gods for years... Of course, the last proof of godhood is immortality, so here it goes.

News Item5/4/16 3:32 PM
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I was thinking about the lead in for pretty much every Zombie apocalypse movie...

News Item5/1/16 3:21 PM
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"The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new?" (Ecclesiastes 1:9-10)
Lol

News Item5/1/16 3:18 PM
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Just an observation. Lol.

News Item5/1/16 2:24 PM
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Technically, swearing is making a promise, and using God as the overseer of that promise. Christians were warned to not do that, since most people, being sinners, tended to not follow through. It was a warning to not frivolously use God's name.
Cursing is pronouncing hurt or harm on someone.
Profanities are words that are so crude that a man (or woman) of God should never use.
So—technically, profanities are not swearing.

News Item5/1/16 2:15 PM
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Christopher; the way I always understood it was a limit on the time left before the flood. God was done striving with men who wanted nothing to do with Him, since their hearts dwelt on evil continually. It was obviously not a lifespan limit, since Shem lived all the way through to (nearly) the end of Abraham's life. (502 years after the flood.)
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