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Mike wrote:
Who was it said "If nominated I will not run; if elected I will not serve"?
I will google it after this post, but would say LBJ

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ladybug wrote:
...to follow Christ. Yet, many today think livelihood is top priority. I suppose that could lead to one privately praying for those who cannot see the importance of the eternal over the temporal.
My dear ladybug I could not agree more we need for God, as Jonathan Edwards prayed, to paint eternity on our eyes. The Bible teaches we need to be strengthened in the inner man, and we look for the eternal city whose builder and maker is God. Yet when we look in the model prayer, not only do we see the eternal (Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as in heaven) we see the temporal (forgive us our trespasses, gives us this day our daily bread) Maybe God puts the brother and sisters in here in their congregations to help raise the level of conversation to things above. I just don't think we eliminate the temporal when it is where we live out our faith. when they lowered the paralytic through the roof, our Lord first addressed his eternal need by saying thy sins be forgiven, but he also met his temporal need by saying rise up and walk. When people in this forum kept up with ladies having children and the state of their health, do you not think that was edifying the body of Christ?

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While I don't agree that ministers should run for office, what exactly are you saying Jim? That we should make sure we elect only those who are atheists? We should only elect people to office who oppose Christian values? The Bible says when the wicked rule the people mourn, so are you saying we should only try to elect people who are wicked to office? Are you saying we shouldn't pass laws that promote morality, so let's get rid of laws against murder or stealing because it just the inadequacy of morality?

It much better to vote in the liberal left so they can plunder our money, promote promiscuity and abortion, shut down businesses run by Christians who don't kowtow to the LGBT community, cripple the economy with regulations and executive orders, and destroy our healthcare system?

Name one candidate that was part of the religious right that believed in Dominion theology? You keep asserting that Christian Right movement was a disaster but won't admit that it is your opinion but you have no facts to back it up. You think the liberal ideas are great, look at the unmitigated disaster California (too many problems to mention but the fact that it is on verge of bankruptcy is a good example) is in and tell me that with a straight face.

Pastors should stay in their calling.


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I don't know. While will heartily agree with all that there is not enough talk of spiritual things in our churches, I don't see talking about how kids are doing or things going at work as improper things to talk about at church. We just listened to a part of a sermon about how we should have care one for another. Are we going to compartmentalize our lives? When I find out how things are going for you, it helps me to pray more effectively for you and your needs. Isn't it whether therefore we eat of drink or whatsoever we do, do all to the glory of God? Do not many of us pray for others on this forum based upon temporal needs they face or family situations through which they are going? Is that not how we grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus by walking by faith in our everyday lives? Ah yes Michael H we all need more learning, more grace. Would to God sin would be more mortified, that our passions would be purified, that our hearts would say with writer that all that thrills my soul is Jesus, He is more than life to me. But those things work themselves out in our everyday lives. Maybe I am way off course here, welcome feedback.

3 John 1:2 Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.


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John UK wrote:
Mike my dear ol' bro, whatever engine are you trying to crank over to get fired up?
I have to turn in, as I have to get up real early for market tomorrow, and seeing as I've sold no paintings for four consecutive weeks, can I ask brethren and sisters to pray for me, as it gets me down, and that affects my witness at the Hall. Thanks.
http://www.fwponline.cc/v24i2/brushharbor.html
Here is a short article which explains the sort of thing I mean, Mike. Here you will find the Methodist arministical version of prevenient grace.
Sure, we all (except MM) believe in prevenient grace, which goes before the true conversion, but to whom is such grace extended? Is grace effectual or resistical?
Do have a look, anyway, and I'll get back to you tomorrow night and respond, even though I shall be exhorted. That's my word for exhausted. Ah well.
I've no doubt Helps UK will like to chip in with a couple of cents worth, and anyone else who cares to. I don't know anything about the website where I found the article, but I thought it a good representation of what I meant.
In our thoughts and prayers dear brother, looking forward to the good report from your endeavors at the Market

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Guess that clicks together brother Mike from NY. If being moral is inadequate then you vote for a party who puts out immorality as part of their agenda. Pro abortion, pro LGBT, vote God out of platform, steal people's money via taxes, ignore the law of the land, tell lies to get legislation passed, etc. etc.

Now seeing that most Catholics vote democratic not sure why Jim would bring them up, seems like that would be a black eye for his party of choice. (You do know that independent and democrat go hand in hand, just look at the voting records of the so called independents in Congress)

Ecclesiastes 8:11

Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.

Proverbs 29:2

When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn

Proverbs 14:34

Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people

Proverbs 4

14 Enter not into the path of the wicked, and go not in the way of evil men.

15 Avoid it, pass not by it, turn from it, and pass away.

16 For they sleep not, except they have done mischief; and their sleep is taken away, unless they cause some to fall.


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pennned wrote:
Unprofitable Servant, am I to take it that you think their removal of Palestinian families, whole neighborhoods bulldozed. whole territories shrunken methodically year after year so that extended families can no longer contact each other, and their businesses shut down...... is the building of God's Kingdom? Do you think this is making the lost people closer to God when they grab that house, kick the other out and move in?
Good evening pennned. I can tell this is a sensitive subject for you. I don't believe I said or implied anything of the sort that you mentioned in your post. But to answer your questions, no and no.

But I will gladly pose the same questions to you, my purpose was and is informational. There are many questions I could have asked if I had wished to be confrontational, but that isn't my desire here.

Please feel free to open up and express your thoughts, am trying to get the jist of SteveR's and also your mind set on this matter and to that end your post was quite informational. Steve has stated he has been there, so trying to get his information not trying to start a feud. Thanks, God bless.


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SteveR, if I may give you a platform to share your thinking for clarification purposes.

What, in your ideal world, would be the best case scenario for Israel?

Do you believe the Palestinians are peaceful people only stirred up due to Jewish oppression?

Are there any believers in Israel that are harmed by Palestinian attacks?

Are the Palestinians tolerant of Christians?

Thanks


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John Y, thanks for your response

Why would it be illogical to assume that a person participating in an activity is not doing that for which the activity is intended? If I see a person eating food at a restaurant, I don't assume they are really fasting because in their mind what they are doing isn't really eating. It would be totally illogical to assume that a person who is at mass and partaking in mass is not participating in the mass as being administered by the priest. If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, its a duck. In the long run at the judgment day it matters not what the Baptist teach, or for that matter what I say. My contention is that your stance falls short of the standards of the Word of God.

From John 12:48 "...the word that I have spoken will judge him in the last day."

You haven't changed your baptism, your confirmation, or stopped faithfully attending a RCC and regularly partaking in mass. How does any of that show you have been born from above? Read the testimonies in Romania Gains Lutheran President thread and make a comparison to what you constantly affirm here.

John my hope for you is that one day you give a testimony to the true salvation that is wrought from above.


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If talk radio has an affect on elections it sure isn't an effective one. First, the vast majority (percentage in mid to high 90's) of the newsprint, all the major networks (including PBS) and their affiliates (with the exception of FOX news not the FOX network) are the voice of the left. So, conservative talk radio doesn't begin to balance the equation. (liberal talk radio has no audience) Second, during the era of talk radio which effectively began in 1989 with Rush Limbaugh, we have had the democrats in control of both houses of congress (1989-1995;2007-2011) and the presidential nominees that lost were moderates Dole, McCain, and Romney (arguable the most conservative of the 3). Conservative talk radio isn't popular because they win a lot of converts to conservatism (they do have people that see the light) it is popular because conservatives finally heard on the radio or tv people who think like they already did. (far contrary to the belief that talk radio tells conservatives how to think)

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Is this your true colors coming out? You think only ignorant people vote against the Democrsts and their agenda? You don't see that as a condescending and arrogant attitude towards those who don't share your viewpoint?

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
...from the NY Times...
Lemme get this straight. You don't think the New American should be who defines what the Democrats are and should do. But, you think the NYT is capable of defining who the Republicans are and should do.

Jim, what the NYT, Media Matters,Daily KOS, Huffington Post, etc. say about the Republicans is a waste of time. You would do well to shy away from such ultra-liberal sources when it comes to anything political. When you start with the wrong premise (anything the NYT says about politics) you come to the wrong conclusion.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
... Considering Congress has been sitting on it stands for over a year anyway....
Even CNN (gotta be one of your favorite sources) acknowledges the House sent a bill on immigration to the Senate which Senate majority leader Harry Reid, as usual, would not let come to floor (then he acts surprised when the House does the same thing with the sorry bill that came out the Senate) The president falsely states that previous administrations did the same, but Reagan signed a BILL that had passed Congress and other presidents did executive orders BASED UPON EXISTING LAW, while President Obama use executive action to create law (a clear breach of the Constitution--maybe he thinks he is an emperor) So no Congress has not been sitting on their hands.

Also, it looks like from what you posted it is the President not the Republicans kowtowing to the RCC.

The president basically said, people broke the law but will not be punished for their disobedience. Now, we all know that is Biblical teaching, right?

Here is a list of just of the 10 lies in the speech (it was funny the major networks didn't carry it)

http://tinyurl.com/kbgobg4

But keep sticking up for him Jim, because that is what independents do


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Sadly, John, could have written your response. You know there was a reason I used capital letters in my first response, because they hired the photographer to take pictures of their ceremony, if he shows up and acts like he is doing that but instead is taking pictures of a lens cap then yes that is being deceptive(see definition).

Nobody has said you can't be deceptive, your constitutional rights aren't being violated.

Though not here, you are telling us you freely choose to go to the RCC and partake in the mass so that all who see believe you are following the RCC teachings of salvation. Here on this forum the only one being deceived is you (well and another poster).

God is not mocked, whatsoever a man sows he will reap, whether sowing to the Spirit and reaping life everlasting or as you choose sowing to the flesh to reap eternal corruption.

I said you would defend your actions that Scripture clearly condemns, it is just another sign that you haven't been born from above.

1 John 1:6 If we say that we have fellowship with him, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth:

1 John 2:4 He that says, I know him, and keeps not his commandments (try the 9th, note James 2:10), is a liar, and the truth is not in him.

God's Word is your judge!


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John Yurich

If I make an appearance at the wedding with my camera to TAKE PICTURES of your "wedding" and I leave my lens cap on but tell you I AM TAKING PICTURES of the event then I am being deceptive. It is no wonder you have no problem with this thinking, you go to mass and partake in it, but (according to you) you secretly change what people see on the outside because of thoughts and actions unknown to them, in other words, you are being deceptive.

deceptive - giving an appearance or impression different from the true one; misleading

What are some the Scriptures about such practice.

Proverbs 12:5 The thoughts of the righteous are right: but the counsels of the wicked are deceit.

Proverbs 12:20 Deceit is in the heart of them that imagine evil: but to the counselors of peace is joy.

Jeremiah 17:9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?

2 Corinthians 11:13 For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.

see also Mark 7:22 and Romans 1:29
Being deceptive is called false, wicked, and evil

Your response will be to defend your actions. Maybe this will help you see why many on this board don't see you as regenerate. (I Samuel 15:22)


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Thanks Michael and Ahem

More on SteveR, hope he doesn't mind all this attention for one of the members of the so called unholy trinity.

There may be followers of the threads who don't post here that have RCC friends or family. Maybe they have been led to believe, like SteveR or John Yurich, that there isn't that much difference between the RCC and themselves. That, imho, has been thoroughly discredited by the many sisters and brothers who faithfully post here. Seeing the Lord can use the wrath of man to praise Him, we could see Him using the refutation of the erroneous positions of some who post here being as a great teaching tool.

Much helpful material has been put forth about the RCC and its false doctrines and teachings. Along with many useful insights that have been shared for those who need to witness to a loved one about the dangers of the RCC.

Finally, it is a reminder to all of to keep in prayer those who have loved ones trapped in the deceitful web of the RCC that God would be merciful to them and open their eyes to the truth of the glorious gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and grant them repentance and faith unto eternal life.

Sorry again for the lengthy posts, do appreciate y'alls patience with me. God bless.


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Brother Michael, my two cents on the matter of SteveR. We live by Biblical principles, i.e. the Bible says we let patience have a perfect work in us, so we don't blare the horn when the guy in front us isn't resuming driving on the green light as quickly as we wish he would although the verse says nothing about traffic lights. (I know you know this I am trying to avoid being misunderstood)

The apostle Paul stated that Alexander the Coppersmith did him much harm and asked God to reward him for his evil, and there is also a principle about admonishing (warning) individuals 2 or 3 times. (Titus 3:10, Matthew 18:15,16)

The vast majority of SteveR's posts are to incite a previous poster with degrading and condescending speech. He has been admonished many times, there have been several attempts to give him the benefit of doubt or even reward his evil with kindness. One thing that hasn't changed, is SteveR. (give him brownie points for consistency)

So, what can we say God is trying to teach us? Patience, love for those who are hard to love (praying for his salvation is a loving act), humility (our pride wants to respond and really apart from the grace of God we would do as he does) and consistency (he still needs people to admonish him to repent)

Have more but OOC


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Methinks might be new Obama regulation coming up, so will have to wait and see.

But will also ask, pennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnned,
any of this stuff on the Agenda 21 radar?


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
This baby wouldn't have been smiling...
Let us look at what you are advocating apart from this story. Why is it someone else's (can we say American taxpayers) responsibility to pay for YOUR (not you obviously but the family with the newborn) pregnancy? Why are you advocating NO personal responsibility? The government (who has NO money of their own, so it should read working Americans)who should pay for the choices you make and you are not responsible??? How do you line that one up with the Bible?
This type of thinking is exactly why ACA will NEVER live up to the first letter in its acronym. If you neighbors house burns down through their leaving a candle burning while they were away, do you think you should be forced to pay for it to be rebuilt?

When lack of funding starts costing people treatment (this is not if but when because it will happen) will you still sing the praises of the system who basic plan will be don't get sick and if you do die quickly (as you love to quote).

There are many things the government (via OUR money) is funding that they should not, healthcare is one of them.
Again, look at current government healthcare (medicare, Medicaid and vets)and tell me you still have confidence in Obamacare.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Romney care is quite successful by the way..
Mike from NY

Also to shed more of the light of truth on Romneycare. First, seeing Jim asked for links to respond to his, a response that debunks the 2 year old article at the time it came out

http://reason.com/archives/2012/03/06/sorry-liberals-romneycare-is-still-not-w

And for more up to date news about Romneycare...

"RomneyCare’s pioneering health insurance exchange is headed for the scrap heap.

Bay State officials are taking steps this week to junk central parts of their dysfunctional health insurance exchange — the model for President Barack Obama’s health care law — and merge with the federal enrollment site HealthCare.gov.

... its failure has forced the state to enroll more than 160,000 residents in temporary Medicaid coverage — at an estimated $10 million-a-month cost."

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/05/massachusetts-romneycare-health-care-exchange-106362.html#ixzz3JSxHOOUI

Looks like Romneycare joins a long line of failed government health plans. BTW, isn't trying the same thing over and over again and expecting different results the definition of insanity?

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