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John MacArthur wrote: What we're seeing in America is depravity bursting through some of the protective fences that we've tried to build around it. We've tried to deal with morality on a cultural basis, on a law basis. We've tried to maintain a Judeo/Christian moral standard in America and we've been able to do that through the centuries. But as it says in the fourteenth chapter of Acts, â€śGod has allowed all the nations to go their way.â€ť And eventually you can't contain this depravity. When Christian influence is strong, it's because there's many Christians. And as the non-Christians began to out number the Christians and as they begin to gain the ascendency and the power and the culture moves away from the Christian beginnings, such as we had in America and the same is true in Europe, post-Reformation, as those nations that were hot beds of the Reformation as America moves away from that, everything starts leaking out. The seams start to burst and out comes the depravity and we're seeing that all over everywhere in America.
Apparently you think only Jews will be there on the Day of Judgment, since the Decalogue only applies to them.
Matthew 22:34 Â¶ But when the Pharisees heard that Jesus had silenced the Sadducees, they gathered themselves together. 35 One of them, a lawyer, asked Him a question, testing Him, 36 "Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law?" 37 And He said to him, "'You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.' 38 "This is the great and foremost commandment. 39 "The second is like it, 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself.' 40 "On these two commandments depend the whole Law and the Prophets."---NASB
Hmm, I see that Dr. Sacra was with a different Christian medical mission organization?
If you read how these centers for highly contagious diseases are designed so shouldn't be worried, q.v.,
Maggie Fox wrote: "This is one of the safest places in the country for this patient to be treated, both for the public and for the medical professionals providing care."---Dr. Angela Hewett ... This unit was specifically designed to care for patients of this nature and is staffed with infectious disease experts who have prepared for years for situations like this one, The unit is sealed, guarded and secure. It's separate from other patient care areas, and just like the facility at Emory University, which successfully treated two Americans with Ebola last month, we are uniquely prepared to handle infectious diseases here.---Dr. Phil Smith, medical director of Nebraska's biocontainment unit.
God Bless you SF from TX, i read your comment and cried for most of the night, not one person in my household will listen to me about anything, you would think that my name was Hillary Clinton. God Bless you SF from TX~!
It's called electoral momentum. If more papers endorse Clinton then it will be her's to loose. But after tonight's debate, she'll slide back into the White House like she never left. Tonight's debate was the worst I have seen for a republican nominee. The first 20 minutes were ok, then all those years of whoremongering and living a life undisciplined showed up. The Trumptosaurus fell in a tar pit. Richard Nixon "checkers speech" was about his tax returns and gifts he received , and he was being audited. He's just lost the election, and aiming for a win he shot himself in the foot.