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John Y,

I have come to the conclusion that you must be mentally challenged, for you cannot and do not grasp the gist of your own problematic words. Either that, or you take delight in causing controversy and division. Either way, it's past time to ignore and shun you.


News Item10/25/14 1:27 PM
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John Y,
your comprehension skills are lacking. As I already stated, this is NOT about the death penalty, it's about your delight in the thought of possibly administering death. If God takes no delight in the death of the wicked, why do you? Let me remind you of your very own words, 'I could easily throw the switch on the chair. I would turn the juice up full blast and state fry murderer fry.'

News Item10/25/14 1:09 PM
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John Y,

Your words reveal your heart; your hate-filled words speak volumes on what lies underneath. Take heed to this verse, from Matthew 12:35 'A good man out of the good treasure of the heart bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things'.
This is not about the death penalty at all, it's about your delight in the possibility of you being able to administer death.


News Item10/25/14 12:31 PM
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John Y. Why would you take such delight in the death of the wicked? You claim you could easily throw the switch, and you would turn up the juice full blast to fry the murderer, as you exclaim 'fry murderer fry'.

The God of the Bible states this about the death of the wicked, "For I have no pleasure in the death of him that dieth", saith the Lord GOD - Ezekiel 18:32a

It seems your cold, vengeful heart is very far from the Lord. Your mindset is indeed sick, wicked and filled with hate.


News Item10/22/14 10:45 AM
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Christopher,
I also found these responses from 'SteveR'-the first one goes back to 8/26/14, this was on the 'ALS ice bucket challenge to kill babies' story...

"Oh, I agree we are called on to help our brethren seek a more pure faith. Im just saying that all Catholics arent lost and are Christian, just as all current PCUSA members arent lost. I do strive to encourage Christians of all stripes to seek a worship that is worthy of their calling."

This next one dates back to 6/22/14, "I not only expect to see arminians like my dear brother Wesley in heaven, but faithful Roman Catholics too!!" and is from the 'no straight people allowed?' news story.

This one is from 5/12/14,'The 'pope' isnt a Pope, he is the Bishop of Rome. He has historically been one of several Bishops established by the early Church. The LORD has Blessed that office, thus I wont transgress that office with false accusations' the news story,'a modern pope gets old school on the Devil'.

From 5/9/14, "(imo) A Christian might be better off in the RCC than in falling away Protestant Churches not to mention the fleshy attitudes those evangelicals have today could be a stumbling block to Catholics"-news story, 'evangelicals and Catholics together marks 20 years'.


News Item10/21/14 1:47 PM
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Steve R. responds, "The heathen are raging as their darkened minds cant see the truth. They would rather believe a Godly woman was disobedient & rebellious against her husband than the reality of her Godly obedience. Why do the imagine such things?? Because their own hearts are rebellious, and they want justification for their own civil disobedience against the State".

This is why we should not cast pearls before swine, nor give that which is holy unto the dogs.


News Item10/20/14 10:41 PM
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In July of 1998 Fr. George went to see Pastor Wurmbrand. Shortly after this visit, he sent us the following message-Pastor Wurmbrand was very excited to see me. He is in a nursing home, very weak; he cannot swallow anything, even his own saliva. After half an hour he awoke and was pushed in his wheelchair to a small yard, where there was a statue of the Mother of God. We talked a few minutes all together: his wife Sabina, two Romanian ladies, Nicolae Popa and a young man.Afterwards, everybody left Richard and me alone. We started by remembering the time in prisons, and he remembered something very touching. He said: ‘I was in prison with different people: Orthodox, Catholic, Romanian, Hungarian, German, etc. And I noticed that the Hymn to the Mother of God existed in all the languages, except Hebrew. And I decided to compose this hymn in Hebrew, because Mary is a Jew and Hebrew was her language.” He started to sing, with his weak and trembling voice, the hymn in Hebrew. The melody was very Jewish, composed by him. I was deeply impressed. The statue of the Mother of God was there, watching and blessing us" read morehttp://www.oodegr.com/english/empeiries/finishing_..

News Item10/20/14 5:51 PM
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From Wurmbrand's book, "Hear the cries of your brothers and sisters in captive nations! They do not ask for escape, safety, or an easy life. They ask only for the tools to counteract the poisoning of their youth—the next generation—with atheism. They ask for Bibles to use in spreading the Word of God. How can they spread the Word of God if they do not have it?"

News Item10/20/14 5:24 PM
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I agree, it is no light thing; it is a foretaste of things to come. Let us bear in mind, trusting in God means in bad times as well as in good. This world is NOT our home; it is worth remembering Hebrews 11, "and others had trial of mockings and scourgings, yea, moreover of bonds and imprisonment: they were stoned, they were sawn asunder, they were tempted, they were slain with the sword: they went about in sheepskins, in goatskins; being destitute, afflicted, evil entreated (of whom the world was not worthy), wandering in deserts and mountains and caves, and the holes of the earth."

We certainly are not above those who've gone before us.


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I agree with Unprofitable Servant, however, that doesn't mean doctrinal differences are irrelevant. We may be jailed along with a Mormon, Roman Catholic, or Jehovah Witness. Consider those possibilities to speak of the true Christ!

When persecution includes martyrdom, will those who hold to unsound teachings still stand firm? Right now, it's only a threat of jail time, what happens when you are told to deny Christ or die, which is already happening in places like Iraq?


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Carl,

I do appreciate your sense of humor

It's noteworthy to point out that Timothy was taught by his mother, as Paul states in 2 Timothy 3:15. Timothy's mother was a Jewess, she held to the tradition of Jews teaching their children holy scripture. John Gill points this out in his commentary on that verse, "It is a maxim with the Jews, that when a child was five years of age, it was proper to teach him the Scriptures. Timothy's mother being a Jewess, trained him up early in the knowledge of these writings".


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good catch sc, I found some troubling things about this 'church' revealed at http://www.gotquestions.org/Foursquare-Church.html

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Carl,

You make some valid observations, especially concerning Priscilla and Aquila.I did notice Acts 18:26 does say they BOTH took Apollos aside and more accurately expounded the way of God to him. John Gill's commentary is worth noting, "from hence it may be observed, that women of grace, knowledge, and experience, though they are not allowed to teach in public, yet they may, and ought to communicate in private, what they know of divine things, for the use of others."
I also notice the KJV puts Aquila's name first, where others such as the RV, ASV, ESV, NASB put Priscilla's name first. When looking into the original language, it does appear that Priscilla is indeed listed first. Jamieson Fausset and Brown point this out in their commentary, "In what appears to be the true reading of this verse, Priscilla is put before Aquila, as in Act_18:18 [see on Act_18:18]"


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This is commentary concerning Phoebe from Matthew Henry, " As a servant to the church at Cenchrea: diakonon, a servant by office, a stated servant, not to preach the word (that was forbidden to women), but in acts of charity and hospitality. Some think she was one of the widows that ministered to the sick and were taken into the church's number'.
If the woman in this article is doing as Phoebe did, she is also a 'diakonon'; however, this is not about a church, it's about a wedding chapel. So her claim to be a minister would appear to be misleading as well as false.

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Good to hear from you Observer, and kudos to John UK concerning the new birth.

It's strange how many overlook these verses from Matthew 7 - 'Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.' This certainly shoots holes thru the 'wider mercy' belief of Schuller, Graham, and all who adhere to such. It would seem Graham's accursed gospel is just as sinful.


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This is from a 1997 interview with Graham and Schuller...
Dr. Graham, “What God is doing today is calling people out of the world for His name. Whether they come from the Muslim world, or the Buddhist world, or the Christian world, or the non-believing world, they are members of the body of Christ because they’ve been called by God. They may not even know the name of Jesus, but they know in their hearts they need something that they don’t have and they turn to the only light they have and I think they’re saved and they’re going to be with us in heaven.”
Dr. Schuller: “What I hear you saying is that it’s possible for Jesus Christ to come into a human heart and soul and life even if they’ve been born in darkness and have never had exposure to the Bible. Is that a correct interpretation of what you’re saying?”
Dr. Graham: “Yes it is because I believe that. I’ve met people in various parts of the world in tribal situations that they have never seen a Bible or heard about a Bible, have never heard of Jesus but they’ve believed in their hearts that there is a God and they tried to live a life that was quite apart from the surrounding community in which they lived.”
Dr. Schuller: “This is fantastic. I’m so thrilled to hear you say that. There’s a wideness in God’s mercy.”

News Item10/15/14 12:16 PM
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Michael, I agree; thank you for responding.

John UK - "I'm surprised no-one has differentiated between the affections and the emotions; there is the source of the problem." Bingo!


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To US, Mike NY, and Michael of Endicott

I am NOT implying that worship is dead, cold, and robotic. I am stating that worship should NOT be based on outside sources, such as music, used to play on the emotions and 'whip up' fleshly actions based on those emotions.
Worship comes from within, from an understanding of the great and mighty Jehovah God. It manifests itself in proper reverence and awe for such a glorious God.
I think Pink summed it up completely when he said "True worship is the adoration of a redeemed people, occupied with God Himself." The mind that rightly perceives the God of the bible will offer up worthy worship to Him.
Concerning praise; in the latter half of Psalm 42:4, David says "I went with them to the house of God, with the voice of joy and praise, with a multitude that kept holyday". Spurgeon comments, "What a degradation to supplant the intelligent song of the whole congregation by the theatrical prettinesses of a quartette, the refined niceties of a choir, or the blowing off of wind from inanimate bellows and pipes! We might as well pray by machinery as praise by it."


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Unprofitable Servant,

By 'senses', I am referring to emotions and feelings; and methods used to appeal to such. Perhaps defining worship biblically will help - in the Hebrew -shaw-khaw'
A primitive root; to depress, that is, prostrate (especially reflexively in homage to royalty or God): - bow (self) down, crouch, fall down (flat), humbly beseech, do (make) obeisance, do reverence, make to stoop, worship.

I think John UK says it all when he states "It is by the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ, that we as priests can enter the immediate presence of God, anywhere, anytime. Not by music or chanting a mantra or repeating trite words over and over. That is the realm of the flesh, unspiritual.


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This should come as no surprise, considering Houston's mayor is a lesbian. From the article, "Mayor Parker will not explain why she wants to inspect the sermons....Among those slapped with a subpoena is Steve Riggle, the senior pastor of Grace Community Church. He was ordered to produce all speeches and sermons related to Mayor Annise Parker, homosexuality and gender identity."

May God's truth penetrate hardened hearts.

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