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SATURDAY, AUG 2, 2008  |  4 comments
Franklin Graham begins North Korea visit
Franklin Graham arrived in North Korea on Thursday for a historic four-day visit to meet with high-level government officials, visit relief projects and preach at a newly constructed church in the capital city of Pyongyang.

"I do not come to you today as a politician or diplomat," Graham said after arriving in Pyongyang, according to the relief agency Samaritan‚Äôs Purse. "I come to you instead as a minister of Jesus Christ with a message of peace ‚Äď peace with God, peace in our hearts and peace with each other."

Graham is the president of Samaritan’s Purse as well as the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
No, Walton, we Christians don't love war, we love Christ. Franklin Graham is not doing anything for either Christians or any possibility of reducing war. I certainly haven't seen the lot of the North Korean Christian getting any better. The symphony orchestra that went over there, is much for peace as Franklin has. I am not against either aid or judicious diplomatic contact. The church has no business in the latter part at all, Rendering To Caesar: A Biblical Perspective On Government and how physical ages handled at least one accounts in North Korea has to be more carefully looked at, than I think Mr. Graham did. The Church: God's Program for Ministry
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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Walton Ford wrote:
Yes Jim, you and Gil are correct. All real Christians love war. God bless the USA and God condemn everybody who disagrees with us. God bless our troops, and God condemn the other guy's troops. Those liberals are always twisting Scripture to suit their un-Christian ideas such as feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, ministering to the ill (especially those AIDS buggers who brought this all on themselves and are going to hell anyway), visiting the prisoners (probably anti-war protesters) etc. I just don't understand why those people just don't understand that the Precious Blood of Our Savior wasn't just red, it was red, white and blue! Why they probably believe that the story in Acts where it says that the believers "held all things in common" refers to some sort of socialist behavior. Thank God you and Gil are around to make sure that we don't think of Christ as some peace loving, care giving, Communist rather than the card carrying member of the Republican party He really was. In fact, I'm sure that when Bush sought His advise on Iraq, Christ gave him a dispensation (don't you just love that word?) to lie about WMD's and and AlQaada/Sadaam connection.
You forgot to add Ommm to your mantra.
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Walton Ford | Harleysville, Pa  Find all comments by Walton Ford
Yes Jim, you and Gil are correct. All real Christians love war. That's because we know that God is always on our side. God bless the USA and God condemn everybody who disagrees with us. God bless our troops, and God condemn the other guy's troops. The very idea that Christ would want peace is unthinkable. Those liberals are always twisting Scripture to suit their un-Christian ideas such as feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, ministering to the ill (especially those AIDS buggers who brought this all on themselves and are going to hell anyway), visiting the prisoners (probably anti-war protesters) etc. I just don't understand why those people just don't understand that the Precious Blood of Our Savior wasn't just red, it was red, white and blue! Why they probably believe that the story in Acts where it says that the believers "held all things in common" refers to some sort of socialist behavior. Thank God you and Gil are around to make sure that we don't think of Christ as some peace loving, care giving, Communist rather than the card carrying member of the Republican party He really was. In fact, I'm sure that when Bush sought His advise on Iraq, Christ gave him a dispensation (don't you just love that word?) to lie about WMD's and and AlQaada/Sadaam connection.
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News Item8/2/08 5:25 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ahem, he could have stopped with Peace with God.
Gil Rugh wrote:
Jesus said, ‚ÄúBlessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God‚ÄĚ (Matt. 5:9). How many times has this verse been used by people in the peace movement who are talking about putting an end to war? There seems to be no end to the ranting and raving of ignorant, unlearned people who wrest the Scriptures from their context and twist and distort them to prove something. Such individuals pull a verse out of Scripture, ‚ÄúBlessed are the peacemakers,‚ÄĚ and proclaim that we are to be part of the peace movement. That verse has nothing to do with the peace movement! To use the Scriptures in such a way is a travesty.
---from The Peacemakers
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