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News Item1/30/15 11:56 AM
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Well said Frank

Greed and materialism engulf people of 'every stripe', including liberals as well as conservatives. Also, the meltdown of family is obvious in our society, and it's been progressive. When the institution of marriage is lessened in its importance, the rate of divorce increases. Then immorality of every kind increases, and the children are the ones who suffer the consequences. The family breaks down, and is dysfunctional at almost every level. The overall effects are devastating, as we are clearly witnessing in our day.


News Item1/29/15 11:29 AM
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Well said Dorcas; may God open the blind eyes and deaf ears of those who continue to defend a Satanic religion that fills the broad road...

News Item1/28/15 12:14 PM
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good thoughts pennned; what I witness is this- the grown children of these elderly parents do NOT want to be bothered with their aging and ailing mom and dad - they are too busy. It's even more disturbing if that aging parent has money, it's as though they cannot wait until the parent dies so they can get to the money.
We have a resident who's been on hospice for some time now, the family is considering moving him because he isn't going fast enough! How troubling is that?!? They disguise their desire to see their parents dead with phrases like 'we don't want them to suffer', even though they aren't suffering. I can see where euthanasia would be quite acceptable among many in our culture today.

sc - it's very troubling and disturbing isn't it? It's a 'business', and nothing more. There is no concern for the resident's health at all, just fill up those empty beds and bring in those $$! It's beyond sickening.


News Item1/28/15 12:22 AM
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Well said Klem and Frank. I work in a nursing home, they are nothing but a racket. I cannot fathom how anyone could entrust the care of a loved one to complete strangers. I've seen nurses purposely drug residents to 'shut them up', I've seen charted behaviors used as a means to keep residents on psychotic drugs - which is big business for the pharmaceutical companies. Nursing homes are always understaffed, which means residents are NOT being cared for as they should be. Those who are incontinent spend hours sitting in drenched depends, their bottoms break out from this. The food is horrific, the housekeeping is anything but. The smell of urine permeates the facility because housekeeping does not clean and disinfect as it should, and because it is impossible for two aides to properly care for a hall that has 30 residents or more.
They take every penny of the social security check of the resident, leaving them with roughly $30 a month to live off of. If you get your hair done, it costs $30!
I have the same question Frank does, it was the family that cared for their elderly, but now? Nursing homes should be illegal, but since most place no value on human life, these blood sucking parasites will continue to feed off of the elderly.

News Item1/26/15 10:35 PM
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"Those who responded to the Gospel invitation at the Franklin Graham crusade were sent to the aforementioned sponsoring churches for "discipleship." Thus we again have the strange sight of a supposed shepherd happily and willfully giving his sheep into the hands of wolves. This is the most spiritually-doctrinally confused hour which the world has ever seen.

In an interview with Katie Couric on NBC television on April 2, 2005, Franklin Graham praised the late Pope John Paul II and claimed that they preach the same gospel.
We are glad that Franklin believes and preaches the gospel described in this testimony (apart from the ‚Äúreceiving Christ into the heart‚ÄĚ part, which is not scriptural), but he seriously misrepresented the Pope‚Äôs gospel. The late Pope believed that the doctrine of salvation by grace alone through Christ alone by faith alone is heresy (the anathemas of the Council of Trent against the gospel of grace alone have never been rescinded)." source - http://www.wayoflife.org/database/franklin_grahams_unscriptural_ecumenism.html


News Item1/26/15 5:30 PM
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Actually Mike NY, they show how God saves a sinner. He has chosen His elect, He predestinates, He draws {John 6:44}, He regenerates {John 3:5, John 1:13}, He gifts with faith {Ephesians 2:8-9}, etc. All this explains the doctrine of soteriology, which explains the whole of salvation.

News Item1/26/15 5:07 PM
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"Many Roman Catholics were trained as counsellors for the Franklin Graham Festival in Baltimore, Maryland, July 7-9, 2006. Catholic priest Erik Arnold of the Church of the Crucifixion in Glen Burnie, Maryland, led the team of 225 Catholics who participated in the crusade. He said, ‚ÄúIt was a great opportunity for the Christian churches to show their unity in leading people to Christ‚ÄĚ (‚ÄúCatholic Counselors Attend Billy Graham Festival,‚ÄĚ The Catholic Review, July 12, 2006). The Graham organization delivered the names of 300 people to the Roman Catholics for ‚Äúfollow up,‚ÄĚ and these received a letter from Cardinal William Keller ‚Äúencouraging them in their faith and inviting them to get involved in the church.‚ÄĚ They will be taught, among a multitude of other heresies, that it is acceptable to pray to Mary. In fact, some of the counsellors are from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore.
Though bolder than his famous father in some respects, Franklin is walking in this same disobedient path in the ecumenical realm." --from the same source I previously linked to.

Franklin Graham's ministry is hardly something true followers of Christ should support financially or embrace. Whatever 'good' they may do, it's cancelled out by their ecumenical ways.


News Item1/26/15 3:13 PM
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"Franklin‚Äôs 1998 crusade in Adelaide, Australia, left no question about his direction. Present at the media launch for the crusade were Catholic Archbishop Leonard Faulkner and Anglican Archbishop Ian George. The Festival South Australia News said, ‚ÄúThe Archbishops agreed that Festival SA with Franklin Graham next January would be the greatest event the churches have seen in this State‚Äôs history.‚ÄĚ Almost 400 churches registered for Graham‚Äôs Christian Life & Witness Course which was conducted in preparation for the crusade. Twenty-three denominations were represented. The churches included 49 Roman Catholic (false grace plus works gospel), 82 Uniting Church (ultra liberal), 30 Churches of Christ (baptismal regeneration), 25 Anglican (mostly liberal), 1 Greek Orthodox (sacramental gospel), and 3 Seventh-day Adventist (Ellen White is a prophetess, death is only sleep, and punishment in hell is not eternal).

These churches, taken as a whole, represent a hodgepodge of apostasy and doctrinal error. God plainly forbids His people to yoke together with such confusion." source - http://www.wayoflife.org/database/franklin_grahams..


News Item1/26/15 2:04 PM
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Carl, I ask that you familiarize yourself with the ecumenical movement. Also, read this...
Schuller:Tell me, what do you think is the future of Christianity?
Graham: Well, Christianity and being a true believer--you know, I think there's the Body of Christ. This comes from all the Christian groups around the world, outside the Christian groups. I think everybody that loves Christ, or knows Christ, whether they're conscious of it or not, they're members of the Body of Christ. And I don't think that we're going to see a great sweeping revival, that will turn the whole world to Christ at any time. I think James answered that, the Apostle James in the first council in Jerusalem, when he said that God's purpose for this age is to call out a people for His name. And that's what God is doing today, He's 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 that they need something that they don't have, and they turn to the only light that they have, and I think that they are saved, and that they're going to be with us in heaven."

News Item1/24/15 1:10 AM
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Unprofitable Servant,

Thank you for the clarification


News Item1/23/15 11:50 PM
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US,

I never stated laws were not good; I stated they cannot change sinners. Nor was my comment directed at free speech, free assembly, Paul's use of the law to speak of Christ, etc. If you don't mind, I really do not desire to go down any of those rabbit trails.

What I did state was all this will NOT save a sinner, nor will any of it stop sinners from pursuing their sins. Remember, Christ said lawlessness will increase in these last days; let's also remember the battle is a spiritual one.
Soon we will not be able to count on any law to protect us and keep society 'civil'. Society is escalating towards more lawlessness, more immoral and deviant behavior. Overall, society is becoming less and less tolerable of Christians. May God have mercy on all nations for all sins.


News Item1/23/15 10:04 PM
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I agree, we should speak out against abortion, but let's do it biblically. Abortion will not be stopped by protests and pickets; hearts are only changed through the preaching of the Gospel {Romans 1:16}. Women murder their babies because they are sinners; putting laws on the books or removing them will not stop people from sinning. Let's not loose sight of that!

It's beyond tragic that children are being slaughtered in the womb, it's equally tragic that children are being violated in sex slave trades throughout the world. We are not called to put a stop to sin, but to present the only hope sinners have. God have mercy if we make sin a 'platform' to push our own agendas!


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I hope you'll grant me permission to state this, if comments are to be on topic at all times, then 99.9 % of what's posted on all these threads needs to be removed.

News Item1/19/15 2:27 PM
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it does appear to be using a broad brush to deal with a more minute problem. In any case, may the Lord continue to strengthen His people.
I don't care to waste any more time speculating the particulars

MS- I agree with Frank!


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Well said F. Embersly. And yes, God have mercy on their souls indeed.

blessings


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David W.

By aligning with these professors of dead religion, these so-called 'Christians' prove their fruit is suspect. This is more ecumenicalism at work, and twisting of holy writ. God never, ever calls His people to embrace other gods and dead religions. Christians are called to uphold His truth, and proclaim that truth. We are to come out and be separate- We are NOT called to embrace false gods for the sake of 'peace'. They cry 'peace' when there is no peace!
It is going to get worse for God's true sheep, they will come against us, falsely accuse, mock, persecute and martyr. We are seeing the beginnings of this even on these boards as some here falsely accuse, mock, call names, etc. Brace yourselves brothers and sisters and pray without ceasing. The days ahead are going to be very difficult.


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Not exactly Mike; we can only agree with those whose words/teachings line up with Scripture. We may have different views on the atoning work of Christ and whether His shed blood cleanses all or some, we must go back to holy Writ to determine truth. Having differing views on the doctrine of atonement does not mean someone is not saved-however, siding with men/women who seek to unite with unholy alliances is where we should draw the line.
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