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News Item4/28/16 8:48 PM
Connor | California  Find all comments by Connor
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Sabbath and B. McCausland thanks for giving me something to think about.

News Item4/28/16 8:47 PM
Connor | California  Find all comments by Connor
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Let's remember the same Lord of the Sabbath said this, "This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. (John 15:12) I do realize this is a greatly debated topic, however keep calm. Now Jesus does say He is Lord of the Sabbath, that is true, however Jesus is not bound by time, that is why He could say, "Before Abraham was, I Am" also I would say the Sabbath was still being observed in Jesus's day. I would again say that God did not accuse other nations of breaking the Sabbath, they couldn't, now they clearly broke all the other laws, however they couldn't break the Sabbath because that law wasn't given to them. Now, to those who hold the position that the Sabbath is for today, I will change my view of this topic if scripture supports it, I hope all of us would want to live by scripture alone.

News Item4/28/16 8:35 PM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rodney K.
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GSMontana wrote:
I remember people told me The Pilgrims Progress was really hard to understand because its so archaic. I didn't have any issues, and apart from the Bible its my favorite book. The KJV is like any other book, when you come to a word you don't know, pick up a dictionary. Its not hard. If kids these days have a hard time with the KJV, that speaks more about our terrible public school system than the KJV.

G'day Bro. GS! Hope things are going well for you up there in the Rockies.


News Item4/28/16 8:14 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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Mike wrote:
Please, refrain from assuming I care what you think.
Mike, may be you may like to reconsider this remark

News Item4/28/16 8:12 PM
Unprofitable Servant | not just a Christian boycott  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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s c wrote:
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sc, may I suggest you listen to the wisdom of GS.

1. Target was started in 1962. For a person to boycott Target for magazines, to be consistent, that would have required them to be completely self-sufficient for not only food but non-food items that were sold at Target, because nearly all grocery stores had magazines as well as other "big box" stores.

2. There is no link between persons choosing the changing room/bathrooms of the opposite sex and immodesty by themselves or others.

3. You can ignore a magazine in the check out line but you cannot ignore a man in the ladies room or the ladies changing room, HUGE difference.

4. It is inaccurate to imply that the LBGTQ movement is because of alleged previous Christian compromise (for which you have no proof). The Bible clearly teaches that men shall become worse in the latter days, that they will be like in Noah's day with only evil continually in their hearts. Christians are a small minority in a unregenerate world and the acts of the unregenerate are said to come from their hearts, not ours.

5.You could pretty well guarantee if the article was about literature at the check out line, there would be universal condemnation from the people here on SA.


News Item4/28/16 7:55 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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It is pretty simple wrote:
invention of man
Friend, it is maturity in Christ that helps us perceive what *pertains* to what. We err by ignoring Scriptures

Christian
Subjectively, man tries always to 'classify' knowledge and understanding. E.g. we see this in sciences as Zoology or Botany, where some specimens are difficult to classify, because of God's tremendous complexity. However classification is always helpful for limited beings as us. So is Scripture: there will be texts that on examination, one would be hesitant to which particular group it belongs, as it might well belong to more than two or three, ... Yet this is due to the superabundant wisdom of God. If we could encase all his treasures of knowledge, he might not be God at all.
e.g. Does this verse deal with the moral, or ceremonial realm?

"See that ye refuse not him that speak. For if they escaped not who refused him that spake on earth, much more shall not we escape, if we turn away from him that speaks from heaven"
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Yawner
Bro Borgman's message as a classic about courage and faith may help many in many future days and years ahead. Rom 8:28
May God be praised who sustains us in all our afflictions so that He may be glorified in all he allows to pass
Regards


News Item4/28/16 7:55 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Yawner wrote:
Please, saints of the Most High God,
refrain from posting for a few minutes and pray for this dear brother and his families.
You can listen to an encouraging message from one who has walked with God many years now, and is being taken on a new path of closeness.
Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery By Brian Borgman is offered for listening under the "Sermon" category.
Please, refrain from assuming I care what you think.

News Item4/28/16 7:46 PM
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@Christian from Ohio,
A speaker who addresses what you have been trying to convey.
New Kid on the Block
David Gay sermon audio.

News Item4/28/16 7:39 PM
Christian | Ohio  Find all comments by Christian
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Thank you, It is pretty simple. That's precisely what I was attempting to expose.

News Item4/28/16 7:24 PM
It is pretty simple  Find all comments by It is pretty simple
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Christian wrote:
If you can find me any verse that makes a distinction between the "moral law" and all the other OC laws, I would be much obliged. Otherwise I don't see any reason to make the distinction you are making.
There is absolutely no Biblical proof for dividing the law into moral, ceremonial and civil. No Jewish person, to whom the Old Testament was written, would make such a division. It is an invention of man, more than likely those of the Westminster Confession of Faith. Thus no one will be able to show you that from Scripture.

News Item4/28/16 6:54 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Yawner, just downloaded it for later. His surgery was suppose to be yesterday AM though. Do you know how it went?

News Item4/28/16 6:42 PM
Louise | Bloomington, Minnesota  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by Louise
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Target has drawn a line in the sand in favor of perversion. Walmart is a part of the NWO future FEMA camps. Christians' options are becoming very limited. We must seek the Lord.

News Item4/28/16 6:41 PM
GSMontana  Find all comments by GSMontana
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I remember people told me The Pilgrims Progress was really hard to understand because its so archaic. I didn't have any issues, and apart from the Bible its my favorite book. The KJV is like any other book, when you come to a word you don't know, pick up a dictionary. Its not hard. If kids these days have a hard time with the KJV, that speaks more about our terrible public school system than the KJV.

News Item4/28/16 6:37 PM
Yawner | Bedside  Find all comments by Yawner
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Please, saints of the Most High God,
refrain from posting for a few minutes and pray for this dear brother and his families.

You can listen to an encouraging message from one who has walked with God many years now, and is being taken on a new path of closeness.

Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery By Brian Borgman is offered for listening under the "Sermon" category.


News Item4/28/16 6:36 PM
Louise | Bloomington, Minnesota  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by Louise
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John Yurich USA wrote:
Where is the American Civil Liberties Union with the Separation of Church and State?
Really good question, John!

News Item4/28/16 6:36 PM
Yawner | Bedside  Find all comments by Yawner
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Rodney K. wrote:
Several years back, my wife, my boys, and I had an opportunity to watch a production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." The boys were around 6 & 10 years old at the time. They had no problem at all following the story-line or understanding the old English. They actually enjoyed it (much to my surprise).
Please, saints of the Most High God,
refrain from posting for a few minutes and pray for this dear brother and his families.

You can listen to an encouraging message from one who has walked with God many years now, and is being taken on a new path of closeness.

Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery By Brian Borgman is offered for listening under the "Sermon" category.


News Item4/28/16 6:35 PM
Yawner | Bedside  Find all comments by Yawner
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“It matters to me that my mom also recognizes the role the Supreme Court has when it comes to gun control. With Justice Scalia on the bench, one of the few areas where the Court actually had an inconsistent record relates to gun control,” Clinton said.
The problem for her is, there is a limit to the amount of the theft of liberty the people will allow. She's a good example of an educated low-information voter.
Please, saints of the Most High God,
refrain from posting for a few minutes and pray for this dear brother and his families.

You can listen to an encouraging message from one who has walked with God many years now, and is being taken on a new path of closeness.

Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery By Brian Borgman is offered for listening under the "Sermon" category.


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Yawner | Bedside  Find all comments by Yawner
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Please, saints of the Most High God,
refrain from posting for a few minutes and pray for this dear brother and his families.

You can listen to an encouraging message from one who has walked with God many years now, and is being taken on a new path of closeness.

Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery By Brian Borgman is offered for listening under the "Sermon" category.


News Item4/28/16 6:33 PM
Yawner | Bedside  Find all comments by Yawner
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Please, saints of the Most High God,
refrain from posting for a few minutes and pray for this dear brother and his families.

You can listen to an encouraging message from one who has walked with God many years now, and is being taken on a new path of closeness.

Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery By Brian Borgman is offered for listening under the "Sermon" category.


News Item4/28/16 6:28 PM
Yawner | Bedside  Find all comments by Yawner
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Please, saints of the Most High God,
refrain from posting for a few minutes and pray for this dear brother and his families.

You can listen to an encouraging message from one who has walked with God many years now, and is being taken on a new path of closeness.

Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery By Brian Borgman is offered for listening under the "Sermon" category.

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