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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Again someone who didn't look at the program...
Do those right- wingnuts of the John Birch Society dislike the WSJ, UPS?
Several things brother Jim,
1. I don't believe this article is about so called right-wing nut jobs and surely don't think that right-wing and nut job belong in the same sentence.

2. The article isn't about the left leaning PBS special on retirement or people pouring money into the Vanguard group. Also, no, WSJ is actually left to middle, it is only their editorial board that leans right, not the newspaper.

3. The article is about how the Obama administration wants to take money out of the private sector and its control of it and fund unions and the public sector. So, you points don't touch on what the article is about.

If you think an administration that has accumulated more debt than all the previous presidents combined, has passed one budget in 5 years, rejected any spending reduction, and has gotten in the way of what might be a robust recovery with their job hurting policies and the unaffordable care act is good, then enjoy the consequences(still no day there were more employed under Obama than under Bush) Reagan inherited worse and economy was booming by this time in his administration.


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Angela Wittman wrote:
My husband and I married young and while it was a bit difficult at times, we are still together after 35+ years.
Congratulations, a feat that deserves recognition to you both and to God for His enabling grace. May you be blessed with many more for His glory.

News Item8/21/14 5:42 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Grant Jones wrote:
Christopher000, brother, are you aware there's a major problem in your household? That your wife is watching... That you are allowing that signal to be reaching your wife... That the fence around your marriage is so low... Brother, you're leaving yourself open to destruction. You're wife is already being led away from you and your home in her affections. Is she regenerate? Man up sir and take your wife back. Ditch the tube. It is an instrument of sin and a stumbling block.
The fact that you ask about whether she is saved shows you are jumping in an area of which you know very little. Christopher is a dear brother who like many who post here that serve the Lord but whose hearts grieve for their unsaved loved ones. You would do well not to jump to judgment in things about which you are not informed. Your statement about tv could easily be said about the internet you are using. Christopher, like all of us, need your prayers and compassion not your put downs and condemnation.

News Item8/20/14 5:16 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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PBS is for the most part a left leaning source. Just like ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN (and their affliates) they can be counted on to tow the liberal line, just like Jim from Lincoln. From the article

The Service Employee International Union, or SEIU, a key labor union ally of the Obama administration, has mounted an effort to create government-mandated worker retirement accounts as an entitlement program, with the possibility that a portion of all private retirement funds could be forced into U.S. Treasury debt.

More pro-union stuff and taking money from the private sector and moving it into government coffers. The fact that Medicare and SSA trust fund are facing bankruptcy are excellent proof you don't need the government running your 401k.


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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John UK wrote:
In nomine padre et file et spiritus sancte. Diolch yn fawr.
I Corinthians 14
14 For if I pray in an unknown tongue, my spirit prayeth, but my understanding is unfruitful.

15 What is it then? I will pray with the spirit, and I will pray with the understanding also: I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also.


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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John UK wrote:
You don't say?
too late he already did the cat is out of the bag, but hey at least he lived up to his moniker

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Angela Wittman wrote:
My father-in-law is retired STL Police Detective, so I am biased against the media and social justice minsters who are portraying the police as crazed racist killers. Also, I spent years on the STL streets protesting prenatal child-killing and never had a run-in with the police. They always treated the pro-lifers with respect. I don't want to see the officer involved in the Brown shooting lynched and I think this is really what some of the outside agitators are calling for. Also, here's a frightening thought - I just read a STL Post Dispatch story that said some of the outsiders coming into the Ferguson area think the "revolution" has started... What "revolution" are they talking about?
I remember the new black panthers group promised one after the Trayvon Martin verdict, maybe that is what they are referring to.

News Item8/18/14 3:41 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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s c wrote:
Wayfarer, excellent commentary. Unprofitable, did we ever have a Christian president?
Hey sc, hope all is well. We have multiple presidents from the founding of our nation that have testified of their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. God only knows whether their profession was genuine. Just out of curiosity, why do you ask? Thanks

News Item8/18/14 1:48 PM
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God is surely to be feared both reverently and by the fear of dread by those of us who are saved. The author of Hebrews reminds Christians who willfully sin that it is a fearful thing to fall into God's hands. Yet, the fear of dread is also experienced by the unsaved (Luke 12:5) but not so the fear of reverence. After telling us about the precious promises that God dwells and walks with us, that He would deign to be our God and acknowledge us as His people, we are admonished to perfect holiness in the fear of God (II Cor. 7:1) Even the saints in heaven have a reverential fear of God (Revelation 15:4) John UK would point out it is part of the new covenant.

That being said, we at times struggle with how could God love us. (Romans 8:38-39) The Bible reminds us that Hereby perceive we the love of God, because he laid down his life for us,.." in I John 3:16a. Thus at the times when we need our faith in love of God strengthened it would do us good to spend much time meditating upon the passion of Christ found at the end of the gospels or in passages like Psalm 22 and Isaiah 53.


News Item8/18/14 11:39 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Jim until you complain about left use of black churches, the attack on churches by LGBT, ACLU,AARP,etc to promote their political agenda you lose credibility on your criticism of right wing evangelicals and continue to prove you are not an independent.

Watch and pray, every president from Carter to Obama has claimed to be a born again Christian.


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Tara Diddle wrote:
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When a young mother visits your church with child in hand, what welcome will you give her? Will you stand with an accusing finger and say, "Go and sin no more" before letting her sit in your 'worship service?'..
Tara, I am trying to make sense out of this part of your response. Go and sin no more were the words of our Lord to the women caught in adultery that they wanted to stone. It seems like He was making a compassionate statement to me. For that matter, because sin has consequences (or as one put it, Sin will take you farther than you want to go, keep you longer than you want to stay, and cost you more than you want to pay.) is not the admonition a very caring statement to all of us? Did not the apostle Paul remind us that those who practice fornication shall not inherit the kingdom of God and should we not warn them to flee the wrath to come? "For this is the will of God, even your sanctification, that ye should abstain from fornication" (I Thess. 4:3) is a stern warning to Christians, wouldn't getting them to stay God chastening hand be an act of compassion? Have you been to churches where they turn young mother's and their children away? Need a little help here, thanks.

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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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What a blessing to see Observer posting again , hope it continues. Hope all is well with you brother, good to "hear" from you

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If that is what they want to do, it is their site, if you don't like it, don't join or quit the site.

News Item8/14/14 3:56 PM
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Need to put verse 17 in context

Galatians 5:16 This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh.

To keep things clear all believers by experience acknowledge the Scriptural teaching that we are in a daily war against the world the flesh and the devil. We, say with Paul, I die daily, and humbly pray that through the Spirit we would mortify the desires and deeds of the flesh or as Owen put it, wish that neither fruit nor root remains with us is our aim (even though full realization of that will only happen in glory) We must acknowledge we are crucified with Christ, and reckon ourselves dead indeed to sin. We are also commanded to yield ourselves as instruments of righteousness unto God because sin is not to have dominion over us.

Now if it is being insinuated we sin as believers because we can't help it. Then your argument is against the Word of God that uses action verbs like fight, strive, mortify, resist, avoid, pray against, put off, lay aside, etc. God said we won't be tempted above what we are able, not that we just can't help ourselves.

Hey John UK, hope all is well, appreciate your posting. God bless you.


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Michael Hranek wrote:
Unprofitable Servant

How about you have you visited/attended Temple BC in Powell? or heard him in person?

My son went to the college there for a couple of years, as did brother Byron (unlike him though my son did not get a degree, just a wife) and brother Sexton and my preacher are good friends. I have been to the church and the college and know brother Sexton but am many of the thousands he has met, so he more than likely would not remember me but he would know my son. Now the dean of men, brother Evans, we know each other. Long story there on a prank that was pulled on my son. Thanks for asking. Thanks for your testimony and appreciate your posts, and pray for your ministry.

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Michael Hranek wrote:
Amen! Yes! It is.
Hope you don't mind me asking but I was saved in Knoxville, TN
and just wondered where you attend church? If you don't mind answering
Oops! my bad I just clicked on the little house icon and found out.
Still, please take it as encouragement it is a blessing to be reminded of that day in May, 1980 when God saved me.
btw editting here
I see you all use the Red Back Church Hymnal. It has some wonderful songs in it that sadly arent' being sung in too many churches anymore. If I remember correctly there is a precious song in it titled: Stand By Me
Was that in brother Clarence Sexton's church, Temple Baptist?

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Hurlnes wrote:
Even the saved are not sinless.
thanks for that insight, but your words it was done "whilst under the dominion of sin" and saints are not sin free but Romans 6 reminds us they are not under the dominion of sin, thus the question

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Hurlnes wrote:
From article
"Walsh called it ironic that some Christians will turn to prayer to address physical ailments like cancer, but won’t do the same when it comes to depression."
Suicide is a choice made not from free will but whilst under the dominion of sin.
What exactly are you saying here, that one who is saved would not make that choice and the person making that choice is only because he/she is not saved?

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Dorcas wrote:
Hi Chris....observer is spot on with his recommendations.
I would suggest that you read William Gurnall 'Christian in Complete Armor' wonderful little treatise on the saints warfare with Satan.
Christopher, I second Observer (good to see you post brother) recommendations but not sure would agree with our fine sister Dorcas on the word little when referring to Gurnall's excellent work

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Maybe we can look at this another way. Please correct me if I am misstating this. Proof of the sovereignty of God is that He unchangeably ordains whatsoever comes to pass, except when that whatsoever that comes to pass is sin, then He has not ordained that. To deny that is to deny the sovereignty of God Thanks
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