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News Item9/29/16 11:27 AM
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"Ye know not the Scriptures. They worshipped the One True GOD, but in vain(reminds me of people around here)." says the one who defends heretics and dead religions. Even Satan can quote scripture, albeit inaccurately.

News Item9/27/16 12:02 PM
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Well said Frank; this push to embrace so-called evangelicals that speak out of both sides of their mouth is reaching epidemic proportions.
You said it best, Warren is a wolf. It matters little if he may utter what some label as truth on occasion. It is bait to draw the unsuspecting into his web. What good is truth if it is mixed with error?
“Beware of supposing that a teacher of religion is to be trusted, because although he holds some unsound views, he yet ‘teaches a great deal of truth.’ Such a teacher is precisely the man to do you harm: poison is always most dangerous when it is given in small doses and mixed with wholesome food. Beware of being taken in by the apparent earnestness of many of the teachers and upholders of false doctrine. Remember that zeal and sincerity and fervor are no proof whatever that a man is working for Christ, and ought to believed. There is a wide-spread ‘gullibility’ among professing Christians: every heretic who tells his story plausibly is sure to be believed, and everybody who doubts him is called a persecutor and a narrow-minded man. All these things are peculiar symptoms of our times. I defy any observing man to deny them. They tend to make the assaults of false doctrine in our day peculiarly dangerous." J.C. Ryle

News Item9/25/16 6:54 PM
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MS and SF,

I am requesting both of you to e-mail me at your convenience.

Blessings


News Item9/25/16 3:37 PM
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This is another reason why Government- ran education is not good. This is an elementary school, targeting young, impressionable minds is quite obvious.

Satanic worship is on the rise in America, a quick search will verify this. http://endtimeheadlines.org/2016/08/gross-darkness-satan-worship-on-the-rise-in-the-united-states/

This is not an endorsement of the website.


News Item9/25/16 12:47 PM
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John UK,

You have a history of attacking me and never did apologize for one attack in particular.

I will add you to my 'ignore' list.

I will only address the topic at hand with those it involves and not all these attempts to sidetrack.


News Item9/25/16 12:29 PM
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Last one to you SteveR, what don't you comprehend in this statement, "I do not consider you a brother in Christ, so I will not waste any more words."

I leave you with Romans 16:17.


News Item9/25/16 12:23 PM
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JohnUK,

Your assessment of women is beyond ridiculous, strange you would even attempt to claim to know since you yourself are single.

I have no desire to be 'right', I do have a desire for truth to go forth and error to be confronted. Let's stick with facts and avoid opinions concerning gender.

Still waiting for Dolores to clarify the questions addressed to her. To accuse some of being 'tares' is not a light accusation. She needs to give more specific details.

Chad, I hope this statement from you doesn't get buried in the muck - "Why are brothers and sisters who obey this injunction viewed as the enemy, or unloving, or narrow and bigoted, especially by those who don't seem to articulate anything biblically?"
This is so relevant to this thread!!!


News Item9/25/16 12:15 PM
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The problem may lie within the churches, for shallow, weak preaching never 'grows' a person. The essential doctrines of the Christian faith that were expounded upon and hammered on in centuries past are no longer relevant in this post modern culture. The attributes of God have been limited to just one - love. The others are tossed because they are just 'too harsh'. As Paul Washer stated, many would say 'I could never love a God like that!' If the holiness of God were rightly taught, as well as His sovereignty, most churches would have few sitting in the pews. If the false teachings of big name celebrity pastors were exposed, the same result would follow - empty pews. Most have no clue as to how and why things are shaping up the way they are, Satan has subtle ways and has infiltrated many churches with his evil ecumenism. But it's all good, as long as you help flood victims clean up or other various methods of the 'social' gospel are implemented.
Another problem - the accursed gospel that tells sinners just repeat prayers, make decisions, participate in baptism, mass, etc, has broadened the wide road to massive proportions. It has deceived many into thinking they are sheep; the men and women who push this gospel are extremely dangerous and must be exposed for what they are.

News Item9/25/16 11:46 AM
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Asking people to explain their accusations certainly isn't confrontational.
Your posts are vile SteveR. You call people vile names, so you get deleted.

My previous post was addressed to Dolores, not you. You would do well to mind your own business. I do not consider you a brother in Christ, so I will not waste any more words.

One last thing, Andrea spoke out of lack of knowledge concerning the educational system in this country and was confronted over it. Rather than address this, she chose to leave. I believe SF and Observer would be happy to engage her and show her the error of her thinking, but the opportunity was thrown away because she chose to leave the forum. It escalated downhill from there, with opinions tossed out and sides taken.

If we cannot even discuss wrong thinking and using reason to help one another, if we choose to get mad and leave like spoiled children who don't get their way, how is that Christian growth? How is iron sharpening iron when some refuse to confront and face the truth? There can be no unity when error is upheld, or when others refuse to be corrected. Pride is an ugly sin and easily overtakes any of us if we aren't on guard against it.

ChadD-


News Item9/25/16 11:20 AM
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Dolores,

Let's stop with the drama and start addressing issues ok?

Now, here's what you said, "There is a group on here that have been on here for years. It's us 4 and no more. In order to survive on here you have to agree with them on everything. You learn pretty quick who the wheat are and who the Tares are." Who are these accusations directed at, and can you give evidence to what you claim?

Here's another of your claims, " I had friends that I showed just a few of Ladybugs comment and she told me to get off and she was past shocked." Do you care to elaborate? Where did I speak out of line or unbiblically?

You have a history of going off on people then playing the victim. I won't coddle you and embrace your erroneous beliefs. God forbid that happen with any on here. I'd rather take a staunch stand for truth than embrace error for the sake of unity. This is wise counsel from brother Frank -" When someone confronts Dolores, she accuses them of being judgmental and I know with certainty that is never the way I feel. I just want truth. I don’t understand why she just doesn’t address the issues that are brought up. She fully understands that she will be confronted and yet the issues presented are ignored." Address the issues Dolores and stop with accusations.


News Item9/24/16 10:15 PM
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Dolores,

You state this, "I don't know who is a Christian on here but the wheat is the ones who I can fellowship and not be hurt by, the Tares are the ones you learn not to trust." No one here has deliberately 'hurt' you, what has been done is pointing out the false teachings of the Grahams, which you never address. You simply ignore fact and keep on defending ecumenism. You are clueless to the danger of this Satanic movement that has such a huge part of the end time scenario.
The problem is you refuse to address your errors and you have no desire to engage scripturally with the brethren. Rather, you get your feelings hurt and say things that are baseless.
You do realize what a tare is according to the Bible correct? You referred to some here as tares, the implication of your comment seems to point to Observer and SF. Now, if you were not referring to them, then who? We must clarify when we make statements like you've made.

Being busy as a church isn't necessarily a sign of a healthy church either. If solid, sound biblical doctrine is not proclaimed, if there are no warnings about the wolves, sin, complacency, lack of spiritual growth, running the race accordingly, etc, you are not in a spiritually healthy church.

Lastly, baptism does not equate saved souls.


News Item9/24/16 6:10 PM
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We all must be willing to take correction and instruction. How sad is it that now it's come down to some precious brothers and sisters leaving the forum because of something getting out of hand.

I think we all would benefit from not assuming a correction or a comment is a personal attack. If we are willing to investigate the topic at hand, in this case, public education, then maybe some would see the dangers of it.
May we all not be too quick to get our feelings hurt, or to take things too personal.

What will we do when Christians in America face stiff persecution and/or martyrdom? Will we run off in a corner and pout? Will we resort to name calling and labeling? I pray not.

I pray for cooler heads to prevail, and for the precious brethren here to reconsider. It is always a blessing when someone can admit they may be wrong and taken something out of context and to apologize for that. This is something I know I need much work on

MikeNY - thank you for lightening the mood


News Item9/24/16 12:03 PM
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Interesting insight Kev, thanks for sharing. Yes, the symbols are very telling aren't they? The satanic influences of the Freemasons and the many branches of that evil are like the tentacles of an octopus. Many high ranking politicians are members of at least one of these evil branches, such as the skull and bones club. I think these evil forces are joining up and will morph into one, which they kind of already have/do. There's so much evil spiritual influence in this world that many are oblivious to; the government and most politicians {as well as the entertainment industry} are the puppets by and through which this evil is dispersed. Don't be fooled though, the visible churches of all stripes are just as involved. This quest to unite has been going on for a bit...

News Item9/24/16 11:51 AM
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penned,

I remember a Baptist church I used to attend on occasion, right next door was a Masonic Lodge. Some of the deacons were freemasons. This is typical within that denomination.
Another Baptist church I attended was so into altar calls and decisionism that I left. Their love of Lifeway material was another issue.


News Item9/24/16 11:45 AM
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That is the exactly the point sister MS. There is NO biblical exchange when taken to task, so to speak. For example, Andrea admitted to leading a bible study that involved men, she was confronted on this and never addressed the matter biblically. Even when scripture was used to show her that sin, she simply ignored it.
Same thing with Dolores; when her comments that exalt the Grahams are addressed, concerning the ecumenism of the Graham family, she simply ignores the issue. Her love of the Baptist doctrine of easy believism, altar calls, making decisions, etc. is easily refuted with the word of God. However, ignoring is the result.

Obviously, both these women are not lovers of God's word, this can be assessed because neither care for the truth when it's used to expose their error. This cherry picking type of religion is extremely dangerous. Those who truly love God's word and seek to rightly divide will always be opposed by the lukewarm, feelgood, charismatic types. Emotions never should be the basis for what we believe, feel, think, etc.
Truth goes down into the inward parts and changes us; we are chastised, rebuked, reproved, strengthened, etc. all because God and His truth as done a much needed work. How grateful do you think David was to the prophet Nathan?


News Item9/24/16 11:19 AM
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Kev,

The freemasons go way back and have had a huge influence on this nation. There are many occult secret societies that powerful elite folks have been a part of for decades; this has helped to mold and shape this nation from the past to the present. When we keep in mind the battle is spiritual, this all makes so much more sense.

Blessings to you brother


News Item9/24/16 11:14 AM
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Dolores,

In all fairness to those you state 'us 4 and no more'; you have been taken to task by myself and others here NOT because we think we are a special, elite group. You have a wrong understanding of essential doctrines of the Bible, namely soteriology. You also defend the Grahams, who've been proven to be ecumenical and have serious ties to the RCC. It is your lack of depth and understanding of this ecumenical influence on the church and the dangers of that as well as essential doctrines of the Christian faith that have caused conflicts, and NOT because others esteem themselves 'better' than you or anybody else on this forum. Then you take cheap shots like 'you learn pretty quick who the wheat are and who the Tares are'. So, you know who God's elect are based on your opinion? That's what you gave, an opinion.
When the apostle Paul stated in 2 Timothy 3:16 "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness" what did he mean? That if we didn't understand and a brother or sister came alongside to warn, to correct, etc, we should get huffy, falsely accuse and label them a tare?

May you reconsider your shallow response and may we always pray to GROW in the grace and KNOWLEDGE of GOD


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Dolores,

Are you implying God spoke to you and told you to vote for Trump? I may be misreading your comment, but that's my take.

Also, America is not nor never has been a Christian nation. Our heritage is about more than the pilgrims, all sorts of religious folks came here to freely practice their brand of religion. You may want to get a copy of this book - https://mitchhorowitz.com/tag/occult-america-the-secret-history-of-how-mysticism-shaped-our-nation/


News Item9/24/16 10:42 AM
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An unbiased eye and discernment are strongly needed to navigate through this life, as well as an utter dependence upon God and His truth. As for the public school system, who would defend this evil? They push evolution and have for years, and reject biblical creation. They also push reading material off on young children such as 'Heather has two mommies' - source - http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/07/19/lgbt-history-california-first-to-teach/}. This link exposes more of the LGBT agenda for public education - http://lastresistance.com/gay-agenda-pushed-public-schools/

It's too bad some don't educate themselves on what's going on outside their corner of the world before commenting. I know I have been guilty of not doing this in the past, lessons learned are indeed a good thing.

I don't think it's necessary to state 'these 4 and no more on this forum' Dolores. SF, Observer, MS and many others who post here are solid in their understanding of God's truth and do rightly divide. Sometimes we prematurely attack each other because we do not have the understanding another brother or sister has. Instead of iron sharpening iron, attacks are launched at each other. I have been guilty of this as well, to my shame.


News Item9/23/16 6:54 PM
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It was my post that MS was replying to Christopher. Sorry for the confusion; I spoke the truth and was deleted - oh well.

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