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ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
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Here's a link for ya, concerning all the 'dr's you like to quote - https://mikejeshurun.wordpress.com/2015/06/17/dont-call-me-doctor-call-me-brother/

News Item8/30/16 8:09 PM
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J4J - last one to you- "But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.
I Corinthians 2:14 NKJV
This is a true statement of unbelievers and believers." Says who? That isn't even remotely close to what this text is about. The 'natural man' is one who is still dead in sin.
You still haven't answered the question - what causes some to believe and others to remain in their sins? Hint - Ephesians 2:1,5 and John 1:13, 3:3; Ezekiel 36:26,27

As for Paul speaking to 'carnal' Christians, it wasn't that they couldn't receive spiritual truth. The text doesn't imply that at all. They were acting as though they were still a 'natural man'. Your eisegesis is horrifying.

Read those verses, pray over them. May God grant you understanding.


News Item8/30/16 12:53 PM
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Well said again Frank

'Christ alone', what do you do with 'Jacob I loved, Esau I hated'? Again do a word study on 'world', it doesn't mean every person ever born.

It would be cruel for God to love all and yet most perish in their sins.


News Item8/30/16 12:15 PM
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Well said Frank and Rodney. Andrea doesn't seem to understand that when people suppress God's truth, He turns them over to their own depravity. He lets them go in the direction they are naturally inclined to go - rampant sin. Just look at America, filled with immorality, perversion, greed, idolatry, etc. We are a nation that proves the bible to be true per Romans 1. She also implies God's love is so deep - love for who? God does not love every person ever born, her failing to grasp this leads to confusion. The God of the Bible is also vengeful and will repay the wicked {Romans 12:19}

As for the story, this nonsense is beyond ridiculous. This is another huckster, a wolf. He claims to be an 'apostle' - isn't that surprising.


News Item8/30/16 12:01 PM
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And why do they believe J4J? How is it a dead in sin sinner that cannot discern spiritual things, as the Bible teaches, all of a sudden 'believe'? I'll tell you how to spare others the redundant nonsense you spew out. God quickens the sinner and saves them by His grace.
We had a young man overdose on drugs in my area; he died. You know what his obit stated? He had invited Jesus into his heart and was baptized; yet, he lived like a devil! He was still in bondage to sin. How is that J4J? After all, he 'believed'.

What does 'we have access to faith into his grace' mean?!? Where is that taught in the Bible?
You quote Romans 6, let me ask you, how were they set free from sin? How were they able to 'obey'?

Again, you imply their obedience is the reason grace was bestowed upon them. That isn't even what the text implies. The new birth comes before all that you state. The sinner is not able to believe unless the Spirit first does a work in their heart, the quickening is a result of God's grace, not your 'faith'. "And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins...Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved) Eph. 2:1,5
Those two verses blow your erroneous theology out of the water.


News Item8/30/16 12:50 AM
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Thank you penned; I honestly only saw the post with the quote and link and sincerely wanted to warn you - that's all. I don't read through the various threads due to lack of time.

Blessings to you as well...


News Item8/29/16 8:04 PM
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"Ladybug, the last thing I feel at this moment is "all due respect". Simply to take the time is all I'm asking and then to move on so others do not have to hear this drizzle between the two of us."
I stated a fact, you gave no opinion or input, you assume others will know your intent. Then you jump me because I can't read your mind....

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penned,

with all due respect, posting a link and a quote doesn't make your point as clear as you may think. You gave no input on your thoughts, so I assumed you were promoting this man's thinking. You need to be more clear on what you are trying to state.

have a good day


News Item8/29/16 1:11 PM
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Penned,

sorry to have annoyed you - my apologies.

US- not a problem. I don't always articulate my point very well....


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penned,

I would be careful of Andy Stanley if I were you - http://bereanresearch.org/?s=andy+stanley&submit=Search


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US - "If you want to sell your house to so do, God bless you, I don't believe that you can properly say that is what God is teaching in Acts for all believers to do, maybe you aren't saying that, not trying to put words in your mouth." - the text doesn't imply that we must sell ALL we have, we should help the brethren out of our abundance, and not with a sense of 'outgiving' God. For example, "at this present time your abundance being a supply for their need, so that their abundance also may become a supply for your need, that there may be equality" 2 Cor. 8:14
Giving doesn't always come in the form of money either, giving yourself and your time is also necessary to help others.

News Item8/29/16 10:29 AM
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US,
Sadly, in our day it isn't the 'norm' to reach out to the poor.
"For there was not a needy person among them, for all who were owners of land or houses would sell them and bring the proceeds of the sales and lay them at the apostles' feet, and they would be distributed to each as any had need." Acts 4:34,35
Matthew Henry states " Great care ought to be taken in the distribution of public charity, [1.] That it be given to such as have need; such as are not able to procure a competent maintenance of themselves, through age, infancy, sickness, or bodily disability, or incapacity of mind, want either of ingenuity or activity, cross providences, losses, oppressions, or a numerous charge. [2.] That it be given to every man for whom it is intended, according as he has need, without partiality or respect of persons. It is a rule in dispensing charity, as well as in administering justice, ut parium par sit ratio - that those who are equally needy and equally deserving should be equally helped, and that the charity should be suited and adapted to the necessity, as the word is."
I also take issue with study bibles with the names of men attached to them. There is much going on and never questioned....

News Item8/29/16 9:46 AM
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Connor

Be advised, do not take advice from those who post here causing division, belittle God's elect, then attempt to 'teach'.
"Now I urge you, brethren, keep your eye on those who cause dissensions and hindrances contrary to the teaching which you learned, and turn away from them." Romans 16:17

Also, Christ's rebuke was to ALL involved, not just those who offered sacrifices for sale.


News Item8/29/16 9:26 AM
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Connor, I agree with your questioning things like - "You need to get good godly music in your houses, you can buy 3 of our CDs for 50$" am I the only one that sees how unethical that is?" Christ overturned the money changer tables in the temple because of their greed, so your concern isn't unfounded.
As the Apostle states in his epistle to Timothy, "For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows." That isn't to say every evil is traced back to loving money, rather, all kinds of evil are a result of loving money.

I agree, it is a concern that some 'celebrity' pastors make huge salaries. Is this money well spent? What does the Bible lay out as a guideline? 'and they began selling their property and possessions and were sharing them with all, as anyone might have need.' Acts 2:45
"Is it not to divide your bread with the hungry And bring the homeless poor into the house; When you see the naked, to cover him; And not to hide yourself from your own flesh?" Isaiah 58:7

Today, we have many men of God who peddle their books, cds, dvds, etc. all for a price. It is a concern indeed.


News Item8/28/16 10:57 PM
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Connor,

This may be of interest to you, from Thomas Watson - http://www.gracegems.org/Watson/godly_mans_picture.htm

May the Lord bless you as you live to serve Him.


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Excellent insight Observer.
The fact of the matter is this - Jim Lincoln is here for one reason - to push his liberal agenda as he attempts to disguise himself as a follower of Christ. Examine his fruit, or lack of. His first love is the democratic party and their ungodly agenda {I do NOT uphold the ungodly agenda of the Rep. party either}, including making legal what God hates - homosexual marriage, and dissecting babies to sell for filthy mammon. Jim Lincoln has no love for the things of God. May God show mercy to him, may he be born again by the power of God the Spirit.

If SA ever disallows links in comments, Jim would no longer comment here

Seriously, put him on the 'ignore' list and add him to the list of others here who need prayer. No use in engaging him, he only has one goal in mind - push that agenda! He won't/can't respond or engage in biblical discussion, he hasn't the knowledge to do so. That's why he relies so heavily on JMac and G. Rugh. It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God! If only sinners would grasp that text....


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"they might just cure your bad eyesight, male pattern baldness, hay fever, find the lost car keys, lost cat,dog, canary..."

Can they tell us where Jimmy Hoffa is?


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We aren't to take man at his word, including those who are of their father, the devil; when stever, who belongs to the enemy, states "he conflict on this message Board is that SA unholy trinity nutbags cant stand hearing that their are Saints in the RCC", we must remember what the Bible states. The command to come out from among them is clear as a bell to those who have ears to hear. All who have been born from above by the supernatural power of God will in fact obey this command; many who post here can attest to this very fact. Many brethren who post here have left this Satanic religion. Others defend it and continue on in it, making hideous excuses for doing so.
The quote from Thomas Watson bears repeating, " "A godly man does not choose to sit under a ministry that will not work upon his conscience."

Stever, your foul mouth and continual accusative ways prove you do not know the power of the new birth. Your greatest need isn't to come here and belittle God's elect, your greatest need is God's mercy. Your words reflect what is in your heart, you are a whitewashed tomb, with all kinds of vileness seething within. May it please the Lord to grant to you eternal life.


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J4J

You imply that God shows mercy to the faithful - again, where is scriptural suppport for this? you also state 'if nobody believed, God would not have to save anyone'. Again the implication by you is that God saves on the basis of those who believe. You are implying your 'faith' comes prior to God saving you- do you have scriptural support for this as well?

2. That isn't what the text states. You are practicing eisegesis - a method of adding to or taking from the word to 'fit' your view. Re-read 1 Cor. 2:14 and ask, who is being addressed, believers or non believers? That should clear up your prior erroneous response. Do you have a verse that states born again believers are spiritually discerned?

3. How can a dead sinner have faith? Do you understand what it means to be dead to the things of God? Re-read 1 Cor. 2:14 and then look how foolish your 'faith before quickening' view is. It is impossible for you to believe prior to being born again by God. A fine example is Nicodemus, who was 'religious' like yourself. Yet, Christ told him 'ye must be born again'. He was the 'master of Israel', a teacher of the Old Testament as well as a 'believer', yet he wasn't born again. Without the new birth first, your 'faith' is worthless. Christ says so Himself in vs 3.


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Wrong J4J, re-read your claim, "He shows mercy on the faithful because that is whom He will show mercy on."
You state He shows mercy on the faithful, you are basing mercy on a condition - being faithful. Your words, not mine.
Let me repeat my question - What do you do with these verses J4J, "But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned." 1 Cor. 2:14

"And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins" Eph 2:1

Why do you insist you have the ability to have faith when God states you are dead in sin and not able to discern?

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