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Ladybug, I would say there are a number of things we do as s citizens that are not found in the Bible like voting and jury duty for instance. I believe there is a Bible principle found in Acts 22:24-29 where we are allowed to exercise government sanctioned means at our disposal. We have the right for peaceable assembly and redress granted us by the constitution which is our law of the land. (at least it is supposed to be) The Bible also says as we have opportunity we are to do good to all men, especially the household of faith. (Gal. 6:10) I believe this would be such an opportunity. God bless

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I don't know about audible voice. God has clearly closed the canon of Scripture and the spirit of the prophets is subject to the prophets. I do believe God does His work through His people. In reading the biography of George Mueller it is clear that God directed people to specifically help the brother and his ministry. Many people will testify how God laid certain people on their heart. This is what happens when an omniscient God uses the prays and provision of His people to meet the needs of His servants.

You look at the experience of the saints of the past. John Newton wrote His name yields the richest perfume and sweeter than music His voice, His presence disperses my gloom and makes all within me rejoice. Austin Miles wrote that He walks with me and He talks with me. I would surmise this to be the witness of the Spirit of God in our hearts crying Abba Father and reflects the intimate time of fellowship with enjoy with God when we He alone is our heart's desire.

He speaks through His Word. If we "hear" from God things contrary to His Word, God is not in it. What we need is a hungering and thirsting for God in our hearts and lives so we can say with Samuel, speak Lord for thy servant heareth.


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I have to believe that Elmer would not be convinced by showing him the doctrine of the triuniy of God, plus it would be difficult given the character limit. Perhaps he is Christian Science, Oneness Pentecostal, Mormon, or as previously stated J W. Must agree with T S, he knows not the Lord. Please note in ALL previous attempts to get him to define himself and his views he has meticulously avoided answering all inquiries.
Our hope is that he is one day born again, but think that his post should be read with the realization that he is blinded to the truth.

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if your comment contained material from the offending posts, they will take it out also, not necessarily a censoring of the proper response but an elimination of the one they are removing. Not sure if that makes sense the way I put it

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Christopher000 wrote:
Sounds good, John Y. Seems like the person has stopped, and like the poster below said, the spurious posts were pretty recognizable anyway.
Hey brother Christopher, trust all is well and really appreciate you

Also, agree with sentiment John Y, I remember asking the moderator to remove a post attributed to you and gave as one of the reasons that you would not have posted what was said.


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John Yurich USA wrote:
To embrace Jesus as ones Personal Savior means to pray to Him and ask Him to come into ones heart and cleanse one of all sins and become ones Savior and to trust in Him alone for salvation. After I embraced Jesus as Savior and started trusting in Him alone for salvation I started being guided by the Holy Spirit to know that there are some unscriptural Catholic doctrines and some unscriptural parts to the Mass and to remain in the Catholic Church to spread via written communication to other Catholics on discussion forums that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Savior and to trust in Him alone for salvation.
Thanks for your answer John. Tell me does this also have any practical outworking in your daily living outside the doors of the RCC, other than on forums?

Elmer, is the O.T. it was the avenger of blood, usually a member of the family of the slain. In the N.T. the Bible states that God gave that authority to civil governments. Ultimately it is God who is the One who carries it out through human instrumentality. Why do you ask?


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John Yurich USA wrote:
This is the real John Yurich. I don't have a cold, vengeful heart and my mindset is not sick, wicked and filled with hate. The Bible sanctions the death penalty for first degree murder. If one who is convicted of first degree murder gets the death penalty and they embrace Jesus as their Personal Lord and Savior then they are not longer wicked. And thus for you to state that all murderers on death row have not embraced Jesus as their Savior is false as there are murderers on death row who have embraced Jesus as their Savior and are saved and not wicked. The Bible also states an eye for an eye in regards to the death penalty. That does not mean taking delight in the death of a murderer being executed. I am saved because I embraced Jesus as Savior.
First of all, real John Yurich, you completed missed ladybug's point, but the dear sister is far more articulate than I, so I will let her address that if she wishes.

Second, would you be so kind as to explain two things:

What, in your thinking, does it mean to "embrace" Jesus Christ as Savior?

How is "embracing" the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour(John UK spelling) manifest in the life of one who has done that?

thanks


News Item10/23/14 5:32 AM
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Jamesc wrote:
So much for humility and instead praying for those who persecute us.
Because they are sending sermons and Bibles it means you know they are not praying for her???

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their doctrinal errors are a mute point, what they do to one religious organization they will do to all, the gay crowd and the civil authorities will not give you a break because your beliefs are orthodox

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JIH. What can we say, you correctly pointed out that all mankind is worthy of hell and damnation. BTW, that includes you and me. We were by nature children of wrath but God in His mercy opened our eyes to the truth of the gospel and granted us repentance and faith.

How does your post compare to our Lord weeping over Jerusalem? How does your post compare to the apostle Paul who wished himself accursed from Christ for his lost brethren? How does your post compare to some having compassion making a difference and others save with fear pulling them out of the fire? How does it compare with the love for the lost someone had for you when they proclaimed to you the truth of the gospel? God Himself stated He has no pleasure in the death of the wicked but they would turn from their evil ways and live.

We all look forward in great anticipation when the kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ and righteousness and holiness are found in all our dwellings because there shall in no wise enter in any that works abomination and without are those who practice lawlessness.

Our hearts should break for the wickedness in the world around us and that alas we find even in our own unmortified members. (Luke 9:55)


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pennned wrote:
..anyone see any gaping holes in my theory?
Several actually.

1. You didn't state what role crayons play in all this!

2. You didn't blame former president Bush, after all this in Texas and we all know about Cheney's daughter.

3. You neglect to point out that the churches wouldn't be under fire if the used psalms only in their services.

4. You forgot to say how implementing Common Core would have solved the issue.

maybe next time you will do better

trust all is well with you dear sister and as it states in III John 2

Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers


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News Item10/15/14 3:45 PM
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Exodus 15:1 Then sang Moses and the children of Israel this song unto the Lord, and spake, saying,

NOT IN THE PSALMS

Numbers 21:17 Then Israel sang this song,

Spring up, O well; sing ye unto it:

NOT IN THE PSALMS

SONG of Solomon

NOT IN THE PSALMS

Job 29:13 The blessing of him that was ready to perish came upon me: and I caused the widow's heart to sing for joy.

NOT IN THE PSALMS

Isaiah 42:10 Sing unto the LORD a new song, and his praise from the end of the earth, ye that go down to the sea, and all that is therein; the isles, and the inhabitants thereof.

NOT IN THE PSALMS

Songs of the saints in Revelation 5 and 15

NOT IN THE PSALMS

are these not in your Bible? The Scripture says God inhabits the praise of His people, but your view of God is so small that He only accepts praise from the book of Psalms.

IT IS OBVIOUS FROM SCRIPTURE THAT GOD IS NOT LIMITED TO SONGS ONLY FROM THE BOOK OF PSALMS!!

If the Word of God is the basis for your beliefs then you better start lining yourself up with it. Thank you

John UK, could well be all 5


News Item10/15/14 12:48 PM
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ladybug wrote:
To US, Mike NY, and Michael of Endicott
I am NOT implying that worship is dead, cold, and robotic. I am stating that worship should NOT be based on outside sources, such as music, used to play on the emotions and 'whip up' fleshly actions based on those emotions.
Worship comes from within, from an understanding of the great and mighty Jehovah God. It manifests itself in proper reverence and awe for such a glorious God.
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ladybug, thanks for the clarification and the quotes.

Brother John UK, we have proved Psalm only to be inaccurate so many times before, just not worth the effort. If he was seeking the truth that would be one thing, how many times has God patiently dealt with me when teaching me lessons. I just see same old inaccurate view being pushed out again by Psalm only, he is more than welcome to his point of view, he won't stand before me but God. It has been shown to fall short of what saith the Scriptures.


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Polfer wrote:
(1) Faith is the gift of God..
the person born from above is not passive during the regeneration process. Why would our Lord say strive to enter in at the strait gate? Although it is wrought by God, it is not the Holy Spirit that feels conviction of His sin, He has none. it is not the Father that calls out for salvation, He doesn't need it. It is not the Lord Jesus that makes confession of salvation, it is the individual who is redeemed. You left out Philippians 2:12 that says THEY are to WORK OUT THEIR salvation with fear and trembling. Look at the verse you quote, I LABOURED MORE ABUNDANTLY THAN THEY ALL. He recognized the grace of God was working "WITH ME"

Human faculties are not used? Then why does Scripture talk about believing with the heart and say with the mouth confession is made unto salvation? Why does the Holy Spirit convict of sin, righteousness and judgment if the person is completely passive, it would not matter. Your argument is with what God says in His Word.

I Thessalonians 1:3 remembering without ceasing your work of faith, and labour of love, and patience of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ


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ladybug wrote:
Unprofitable Servant,
By 'senses', I am referring to emotions and feelings; and methods used to appeal to such....
Just for clarification, are you saying that emotions and feelings are not involved in our worship to God?

I ask because loving God with all our heart, grieving not the Spirit, sorrow for sin, being joyful in His presence, longing for more holiness, hating and loathing sin, all are use of our emotions.

Not trying to argue just trying to get more clarification if you would be so kind.

Mr. Pink's statement, in an otherwise well written piece (although Cornelius would put a dent in his first major premise), quoted by Mike borders on gnosticism. Read Luke 7:36-50 (a story he references even) and tell me his statement is accurate.


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ladybug wrote:
Mike,
I included the link to Pink's article, did you read it?
It is sad that in our day, so many want to worship by 'experience' rather than with reverence and awe. They want their senses to be excited, forgetting that it isn't about us....it's about Him.
I guess I need definition here. the 5 senses are Sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch. Last I knew we don't check our body at the door during corporate worship. So, what do you mean by their senses excited? Do you mean it literally or are you talking about their emotions? their intellect?

John Glass, Psalm 46:10, Isaac going into the field to meditate, and other Scriptures challenge you assertion you made to brother Mike. Even C H Spurgeon noted, "There are times when solitude is better than society, and silence is wiser than speech. We should be better Christians if we were more alone, waiting upon God, and gathering through meditation on His Word spiritual strength for labor in his service. We ought to muse upon the things of God, because we thus get the real nutriment out of them."

In general, worship should not be compartmentalized in our life, public worship stems from private worship. Everything we do, even the most mundane, should be with the goal of glorifying God.


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Mike wrote:
You got me, Polfer. Now that that is settled, perhaps you can provide examples of worship that excludes the senses. Or is it that when you attend worship services, you wear mittens, blinders for your eyes, a clothespin on your nose, and earplugs. Can't have those Arminian senses interfering with worship, don't you know.
Faith, in the Scripture, is spoken of under the emblem of all the senses. It is sight: “Look unto me and be ye saved.” It is hearing: “Hear, and your soul shall live.” Faith is smelling: “All thy garments smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cassia”; “thy name is as ointment poured forth.” Faith is spiritual touch. By this faith the woman came behind and touched the hem of Christ’s garment, and by this we handle the things of the good word of life. Faith is equally the spirit’s taste. “How sweet are thy words to my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my lips.” “Except a man eat my flesh,” saith Christ, “and drink my blood, there is no life in him.”

Now I suppose Polfer will say Spurgeon was an Arminian.

What you have in moniker man is head knowledge of our Lord not heart understanding and seeking. He has not tasted of the sweet fellowship the believer has in Christ and thus walks by sight and not by faith.


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penned wrote:
5 pt salt, muller, hudson taylor and china
"... neutralized Christianity, leaving the Chinese “helpless against the military onslaught of the Communists.” Fully expecting an imminent “rapture,” multitudes of Chinese Christians were tortured and slaughtered. On the other hand, non-millenarians fled. Hiding safely in the mountains, they kept Chinese Christianity alive."
again pennnnnnnnnnnnnnned, you and your sources, picture those who hold to a premillineal view as nothing more than Harold Camping followers. I have been in these circles for over forty years. I don't see people sitting on their hands waiting for Christ return. I hear messages about work for the night is coming, about occupying until He comes, about fighting the good fight of faith. I see people sacrificing for the furtherance of God's kingdom. Are they perfect, no.

I simply believe Joel Taylor paints with too broad a brush imho. In Mr. Taylor's case although he may have many valued things to say, in some areas I would say he runs into difficulties because he starts with inaccurate assumptions thus reaching inaccurate conclusions.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Mike of New York, why not Bush? Republicans soon start putting halos on their ex-presidents, e.g., Nixon. Since I didn't work for him, they decided to castigate him as really being a Democrat. No, I sell an interesting article on booze-head Bush, just recently, which was the first on the list of responses to this thread, so why not put it up? I just want to show the typical type of person that Republicans pick to be President. also the show what a sterling example he was to his daughters. As my last article mention, even Chelsea Clinton, was much more moral than the Bush twins. No, Babyface Bush would meet the qualifications to be an elder and a good church. Of course I never saw you met the qualifications to be a president either.
Even if former president Bush was all that you claim he is and had all the bad characteristics to which you assign him, then where is your realization that apart from the grace of God you would occupy his shoes or worse. You will do well to check your pride at the door.
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