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The wicked must be just spinning in the chairs this morning. Im sure they will try to control themselves and show brotherly love, but then give into their wickedness

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Christopher000 wrote:
I've never believed for a second that these people are fighting for Allah, or any religion. I believe they are nothing but a Satanic driven hoard of serial murders, rapists, and pedophiles who have flocked together to live out their most deviant fantasies under the warped guise of an army for Allah and enemies of Western education, which is ridiculous.
They remind me of Anabaptists as well

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Carl in Greensboro wrote:
"Naive/ignorant." That's good & wear it with a badge of honor cause its better to be blind so my eyes can be opened than to say I see and be blinded that I never truly see. I'll just say this and leave it in the hands of God: Whom Jesus "never knew" or "knows" is only His business and His alone. I am so glad that none of us are called to be salvation's declaring who is safe (saved) or who is out (condemned). We would not have known of the conversion of the thief on the cross if God had not aloud us to be privy to his conversation with Jesus. Reminds me of the man born blind being an apologetic for Jesus in the midst of his inquisition by the so-called religious authorities of his day. All I can confidently confirm is that Samaritan's Purse does a lot of works of righteousness all over the world. What do you do? If your OPINION says that Franklin Graham is not saved then get on your knees and pray for him to be so; then send your small donation to Samaritan's Purse
What a beautiful post Carl, Thank you.

I am a member of one of the most stuck up synods in all of Christiandom and we cheerfully stand with Samaritans Purse in their Godly endeavours remembering our imperfections and faults with tears


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Cody wrote:
Why is it that some people think everyone not in their religion is lost does it look like Governor Jindal is living like a lost man ? If so explain to me how . It seems to me he is the only polotition who gase the right outlook yes America needs revival desperately and he knows that . Also he isn't like most Roman Catholics he is pro life against gay marriage and he isn't afraid to tell the truth if you believe this man isn't Christ like for telling the truth for calling people to prayer and praying for revival then yall need to check up before you check out Amen or choke
I agree, there are Roman Catholics that show no fruit of salvation, and there are others that do. Its unfortunate that some former Catholics have such an axe to grind against the church that rightfully or wrongfully pushed them out that they will slander even a man like Jindal

News Item1/26/15 8:39 AM
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The moderators probably love this subject because certain individuals will give this site 60 hits/hr out of hostility towrads Graham...but..Arent there more important issues in Christiandom today than Rev Graham being stuck on an elevator w/Greta?

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Myself wrote:
Need to learn Churchill.
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How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog,
I would not quote Churchill about Islam. As an officer of the British Army in Sudan, he fell in love w/Islamic society. He wrote to Lady Lytton in 1907 that he “wished he were” a Pasha, a high rank in the Ottoman Empire. In private, he even started to dress in Arab clothes. His family had to beg him not to convert

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jamie wrote:
Jim Cedar Rapids is in the eastern part of Iowa where alot of humanistic professors and agnostics live. Near Iowa city.
My first guess was the eggheads at the Univ of Iowa too, but my 2nd was the installation red light & speed cameras in Cedar Rapids...talk about legalistic phariseeism.

Seriously though, there were a few more surprises than Cedear Rapids beating out Las Vegas & LA. How about Ft Myers at 86? Wasnt Ft Myers originally sold as a retirement city for Christians? And whats up with the Mormons? Salt Lake City is 90


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Its infantile to conclude that all Pastors are out to fleece their flocks. Some are some arent.

Deuteronomy 25:4 Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when he treadeth out the corn.

Its also foolish to conclude these crying discernment ministries are defenders of true orthodoxy & justified in their constant personal attacks on these Churches.


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This is a significant event for Muslims with an apocalyptic eschatology. Shia hadiths, now even accepted by Sunnis, say after the death of a king named Abdullah in the 'Hijaz' Saudi Arabia — no successor to the throne would be accepted, and conflicts would escalate and persist until the rise of Imam Mahdi(Their Messiah).

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The article states the Pastor was influenced by a friend in Israel. I have found many modern Hebrew speakers do try to change the meaning of certain words to delegitimize Christiaity, using the claim that they are 'native' speakers so they should know. What a joke

This is the first time I heard 'promise.' Normally liberal jewish Hebrew speakers try to translate mitvah as 'good deed.' With that said, its seems a somewhat harsh response to this Pastor. Its only been a couple of weeks, I would think there would be some brotherly discussions before airing the conflict. And there were a couple of things I liked about the sermon. While I dont approve of how he said it, I think he was preaching about GODs work in sanctification, moulding his people to conform to the Commandments


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
"Religion Roman Catholicism"

[ As I said, he's not a Christian.

I dont know the man, but Baptists in Louisiana do, and they love him. Jindal has a full calendar visting Baptist Churches and sharing his Christian testimony during their worship services

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
unfortunately so is Bobby. Ge went from Baptist to Catholic. https://www.jashow.org/wiki/index.php?title=Is_A_Catholic_Christian_An_Oxymoron%3F (Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron?)
Jindal went from Hindu to Catholic as a teen then became what he calls an 'Evangelical Catholic' after he was Baptized in a SBC Church

"" According to outgoing SBC President Frank Page, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal was “baptized and led to Christ by Tommy French,” a well-known Southern Baptist who pastors Jefferson Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.""


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km wrote:
Stever, I thy totally agree with you. Until one has actually experienced that noise pollution
5 times a day on a daily basis they have mo idea how obnoxious and ghastly (as I think you said once before) that it is. Its like some alien sound that resounds in your whole body. It truly disturbs the soul. Its absolutley hateful and if you are familiar with Arabic then you know its a denial of Christ and an affirmation of mohameds god. I lived next door to a mosque for over a year and I cant express the intense sorrow I felt from that doleful moaning. ... The arrangement at Duke wasnt just supposed to be the giving of the adhan but it was to be done from a church bell tower! Shameful
Yes I used the word ghastly, only because I couldnt think of one word that could better describe the assault it is on the Spiitual Body and that sorrow you were moved to.

At Duke, that was quite a bold move to attempt to use the Church Tower. But like Muslims so often do overseas, where Christians have Churches they seek to place a Minaret nearby. Im pretty sure they are aware of the impact


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Perhaps UCLA can be more tolerant and allow Muslims the proper 5 calls a day their law requires, the first being around 5am. Then lets see how conciliatory the student body remains

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Thomas the Doubter wrote:
Get real... Men WILL have lustful thoughts regardless of what you wear.
Valid Point

Despite the motivation, isnt the end result worthwhile? Isnt the respect that women who dress properly valuable? Even if she does this for pure vanity among her Churched peers, isnt it better than the hordes of women who dress like prostitutes to Church?


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Deuteronomy 6:6 And these words, which I command thee this day, ... Deuteronomy 6:8 And thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thine hand, and they shall be as frontlets between thine eyes.

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little Sparra wrote:
Or Supporting 'Billy Graham' and ecumenism and therefore the Pope in the Name of Christ
Please dont cloud the issue. Islam is a concern true Christians are forced to deal with today. Combining your personal vendetta against Billy Graham & this crisis w/Islam just makes you look foolish

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