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“ Wonderful Sermon! ”
Over the years I have listened to hundreds of sermons, but I have never heard such preaching as in this sermon. As well the reading of it excellent and moving. A piercing message well done.

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Dear Mr. Jim Lincoln,

What kind of a man loves to be a stinker, a hold back, a pain, to group of believers?

What are you doing here?

Give it a rest for awhile, and think it over.

NAS Matthew 5:9 "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.


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John D. wrote:
For those of you who consider the KJV to be special or better or whatever, how did you reach that conclusion?
Good question! Most KJVO people seem to only muddy the water. This is an important issue! Don't give up on looking into it untill you understand the real issues!

For me this small book was of great help:

English Bible Translations, by What Standard? by William O. Einwechter. It may be hard to find.

The Trinitarian Bible Society seems good as well.

I hope the best for you!


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My story on the NIV, ESV and KJV:

I was in great confusion years ago in regard to a Bible version. I spent all my time in Bibleworks comparing versions because they all seem to swerve at some point. At the time I was using mainly the NASB. I was into Piper when he went to the ESV in 2002 (?). I had such great hopes! I jumped in and got two leather bound units for my wife and myself.

We used it, and read though it twice in two years. During this time we were driven crazy by the ESV. It is so poorly done it is hard to believe.

I found myself spending even more time in Bibleworks looking and comparing. What a time burner! What a wake up call when a brother challenged me on it! God used this to shake me up bad. What is Piper thinking? What is going on? I still don’t get it.

Well God brought us home to the KJV after much pain.

Shame on those Reformed pastors that poisoned our minds to the KJV early on in our faith (they promoted the use the ASV 1901). Away with all the confusion and subtle attacks on God’s word! God have mercy.

I wonder if the NIV is better than the ESV, it seems to hang together better. The NIV is fluff to be sure, but at least it does not pretend to be some great thing: has anyone read the preface of the ESV? It is pure pretense. How wicked!


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Let his repentantance be from the public ministry.

This is no rope; this is safe for him and us and to the glory of God.


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Phil the Pharsee wrote:
This man should be put away from All human contact. He not only Sinned, he did worse, he embarrased the rest of us with his failure. He should never be forgiven under any circumstances. No one who fails should Ever be forgiven. .
Does not one have to repent to be restored?

Does this look like repentance to you?

I know it does not look like repentance to the world because it is news.

It would do many hearts good if he would just cool his jets and take the back seat. His was a public fall, and the Name of our Lord was put through the mud in a big way; does that not upset you a little?


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Here is a fine DVD that has helped me understand this issue.

http://www.visionforum.com/booksandmedia/productde..


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Jimmy....time to come home...

Jimmy! Are you still on SA.com?!


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God never called any one to be a "youth pastor".

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Help me out here. Was Charles involved with this? John OK, it figures, but Charles?!

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Thanks Jim,

Oh I do love it when people use Latin!

You seem to be posessed with a insanabile cacoethes scribendi.

But to be sure Dispensationalism is anicularum lucubrationes.

Of course it is also true that astra non mentiuntur, sed astrologi bene mentiuntur de astris. But bene, cum Latine nescias, nolo manus meas in te maculare.


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Jim, do you have a job, or a mother that might be calling you?

Listen, I think I hear her now...


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Men are vertebrates: They have a backbone.

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
...parents and others should have a right to drop into children's classes.

Oh Yes, by all means DO drop in after dropping off...

After all, this is the age of "dropping off". It is our RIGHT to drop off our children (as long as they have a cell phone, of course).

Say bye-bye to mommy and daddy...

bye!


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Neil is right, the problem is in the splitting up of families at Church.

One-way glass, cameras, laws, and such are not the answer.

Children need to learn how to sit and listen to preaching, and parents need to start to handle their children.

What a odd day we live in. Imagine, grown-up men and women who can't subdue a little child, and children who cannot sit still for one hour.

It boggles the mind.

But I almost forgot what I learned in public School; that we are the smartest and most advanced generation the world has ever known.


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I find this is an interesting video on the subject at hand:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ifb9ivm3gq0


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ah, that goes without saying, but of course knowing and Treading the Roman Road are very important tools.
In truth, all the Roman Road is good for is getting some poor lost soul even more lost with a "decision for Jesus".

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I took a look at the uTube video of this story.

There are young men topless with torsos painted with "jesus" and other words. Quite a show.

If you go to this link, and scroll down to "Christian Modesty" you can download a PDF copy of a book by Jeff Pollard that has been of help to me on this subject.

http://mountzion.org/listbytitle.html


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Is there any one on this web site that thinks cheerleaders are about anything but sexual excitement?

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What a witness for Jesus Christ:

young girls without enough clothes on in front of a large mixed crowd, dancing and kicking their legs in the air so they can see more, and all with a scripture banner: truly inspiring.

Cheerleaders’ religious signs draw fire...

It should. And one Day it will.

Last year a large Presbyterian "church" group of bikini clad nubiles decended on our town for a vacation by the river. Believe me they were the talk of the town, but the subject was not God's glory.

What is wrong with this Church Age? Has every one lost their mind?

What kind of a Christian father would allow his daughter to do this?

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