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Sarah Palin, Donald Trump to Attend Billy Graham's 95th Birthday Celebrations

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and real estate mogul Donald Trump will be among prominent guests at the Rev. Billy Graham's 95th birthday celebration in North Carolina this coming week, when "My Hope America with Billy Graham," a massive nationwide evangelistic effort, will also be launched.

"It will be thrilling to pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham next week as he celebrates his 95th birthday!" Palin writes on her Facebook page. "The entire Graham family has had such a positive influence on our nation and the world. God bless them!"

Graham spokesman Jeremy Blume spoke to Citizen Times and confirmed Palin's participation at the event at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, N.C., on Thursday. ...


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
s c wrote:
The catholic mass is a "re-offering" up of christ.It's unscriptural. Catholics have the view that salvation is a process which is "maintained" by works and the sacraments and Christians hold it as completed i.e. "It is finished." There can be no "re-offering" of what Christ did. Of course, one would have to place their trust in Jesus Christ alone to hold to this view and, subsequently, reject any religion or system that denies or adds to it.
Yes indeed, sc. I have spoken to Catholics and asked them if they have ever received Christ as their Saviour, and they say, "Yes, in the Mass."
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News Item3/29/14 4:09 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
The catholic mass is a "re-offering" up of christ.It's unscriptural. Catholics have the view that salvation is a process which is "maintained" by works and the sacraments and Christians hold it as completed i.e. "It is finished." There can be no "re-offering" of what Christ did. Of course, one would have to place their trust in Jesus Christ alone to hold to this view and, subsequently, reject any religion or system that denies or adds to it. another easy to understand resource: gotquestions website (.org)
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News Item11/14/13 4:29 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Hadyt wrote:
Roman Catholicism is unbiblical, idolatrous, blasphemous, unchristian religious human deception. Any participation in this fraud will lead only into hell and damnation.
That is totally false to state that there is nothing scriptural about Catholicism when there are scriptural Catholic doctrines and scriptural parts to the Mass. My Born Again Non Denominational brother accepts that I am Born Again because I trust in Jesus alone for salvation.

GS Texas, It really is not true that I am considered by the RCC to be anathema because the RCC is not aware of my beliefs and they never will be aware of my beliefs. The reason I am choosing to remain in the RCC is that if I were to attend an Evangelical Protestant Church then I would be expected to fellowship and engage in verbal communication with individuals. It is not that I don't like the worship service of an Evangelical Protestant Church. I like the worship service of an Evangelical Protestant Church. But I am more comfortable with liturgical worship.

DJC49 and Jim Lincoln, I really don't care that I don't subscribe to all Catholic doctrines. That is really insane for anybody to assume that all Catholics have to subscribe to all Catholic doctrines.

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News Item11/13/13 3:32 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
As for John Y being a troll, a wolf in sheep's clothing, etc, well, at first, I never knew what to think, but I have a pretty good idea of what's going on now. After reading all I have and getting to know him a bit for quite some time now, I've come to the conclusion that there is something more going on; something that really may not be his fault for not grasping what has been said to him so many times over. I don't care to go into detail, but my guess is that he needs prayers for clarity over anything else.
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News Item11/13/13 3:00 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
DJC49 wrote:
You, John, are a smorgasbord Catholic. I.e., picking and chosing whatever Roman Catholic doctrine you chose to believe. Even the ESSENTIAL doctrines which DEFINES one as being a Roman Catholic!
Ah, quite correct, Doctrinal Smorgasbord?excerpt from which,
Mike Gendron wrote:
Many of my dear friends and family members are practicing Roman Catholics. I often ask them questions regarding the official traditions and doctrines of their church. Rather than answer my questions they usually respond, "Oh, I don't believe that." So common and casual is this statement that I'm reminded of a plentiful smorgasbord offering a variety of favorite and not so favorite dishes. As one approaches, he may pick and choose only those items that suit his taste. Many Catholic may not be aware that by definition a dogma is an infallible teaching of the Roman Catholic Church and must be believed by all Catholics under the penalty of anathema, (eternal condemnation). This really becomes a dilemma when dogmas oppose the Bible.
which many dogmas do, [...Apostasy[/URL
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News Item11/13/13 11:58 AM
DJC49 | Florida  Find all comments by DJC49
John Yurich USA wrote:
I am not pretending to be Catholic. I am Catholic as I was Baptized Catholic and I attend the Catholic Church. If I don't say amen when I am handed the bread and wine then I am not acknowledging the Catholic doctrine of Holy Communion. And if I refrain from stating "and I ask the blessed Mary ever virgin and all the angels and Saints" and "may the Lord accept this sacrifice" then I am not acknowledging those doctrines. And if I don'T pay attention during the Eucharistic Prayer when the intercession of the Virgin Mary and the Saints is mentioned then I am not acknowledging that doctrine.
You, John, are a smorgasbord Catholic. I.e., picking and chosing whatever Roman Catholic doctrine you chose to believe. Even the ESSENTIAL doctrines which DEFINES one as being a Roman Catholic!
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News Item11/13/13 11:36 AM
GsTexas | Texas  Find all comments by GsTexas
John Y, why stay in a church that considers you anathema for finding salvation outside of the RCC?
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News Item11/13/13 10:55 AM
Hadyt  Find all comments by Hadyt
John Yurich USA wrote:
I am not pretending to be Catholic. I am Catholic as I was Baptized Catholic and I attend the Catholic Church.
Roman Catholicism is unbiblical, idolatrous, blasphemous, unchristian religious human deception. Any participation in this fraud will lead only into hell and damnation.
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News Item11/13/13 10:36 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
You are pretending to be Catholic while claiming to be born again. Unless you are blocking your ears, you are pretending to not hear certain parts of certain prayers. You are pretending to believe the RC doctrine of holy communion when you publicly participate in it. You are old enough now to put aside childish things like playing pretend.
I am not pretending to be Catholic. I am Catholic as I was Baptized Catholic and I attend the Catholic Church. If I don't say amen when I am handed the bread and wine then I am not acknowledging the Catholic doctrine of Holy Communion. And if I refrain from stating "and I ask the blessed Mary ever virgin and all the angels and Saints" and "may the Lord accept this sacrifice" then I am not acknowledging those doctrines. And if I don'T pay attention during the Eucharistic Prayer when the intercession of the Virgin Mary and the Saints is mentioned then I am not acknowledging that doctrine.
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News Item11/13/13 9:18 AM
Opinion  Find all comments by Opinion
Just an observation: John Yurich is either a Jesuit troll...or is seeking attention by his ludicrous comments and we know he is a liar by his own admission(I pretend)
This person is a fraud and has no fruits of a genuine conversion.
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News Item11/13/13 9:00 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
Pretending about what? Since when is it pretending to not state unscriptural statements during the recitation of the Profession of Faith? And since when is it pretending to not pay attention during the Eucharistic Prayer when the intercession of the Virgin Mary and the Saints is mentioned? And since when is it pretending not to believe the Catholic doctrine of Holy Communion and not state "Amen" when handed the bread and the cup of wine?
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You are pretending to be Catholic while claiming to be born again. Unless you are blocking your ears, you are pretending to not hear certain parts of certain prayers. You are pretending to believe the RC doctrine of holy communion when you publicly participate in it. You are old enough now to put aside childish things like playing pretend.
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News Item11/13/13 7:31 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks for the reply, John Y. I do believe that there are true Christians within the Roman system, but I tend to believe they are still there because they don't have the knowledge they need yet for leaving. Even so though, I would think that they have feelings that something no longer feels quite right. I feel like the Spirit would immediately begin working within them to recognize that what they do, what they have been taught, and what is expected of them doesn't line up in any way with God's own Word.
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News Item11/13/13 4:55 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
When you tell Jesus "I was pretending" what do you think he will say to you?
Pretending about what? Since when is it pretending to not state unscriptural statements during the recitation of the Profession of Faith? And since when is it pretending to not pay attention during the Eucharistic Prayer when the intercession of the Virgin Mary and the Saints is mentioned? And since when is it pretending not to believe the Catholic doctrine of Holy Communion and not state "Amen" when handed the bread and the cup of wine?

John UK, I doubt I am fooling the Pope about anything because the Pope does not know that I exist. As far as my priest and the others who attend the Catholic Church that I attend it would be pretty stupid of them to assume that every Catholic in attendance subscribes to all Catholic doctrine. I don't assume that every Catholic in attendance subscribes to all Catholic doctrine. If I preach against the uncriptural parts to the Mass and I don't participate in the unscriptural parts to the Mass then I am not a hypocrite as the definition of a hypocrite is one who preaches against something and then does the very thing they preach against.

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News Item11/12/13 7:17 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
When I state I don't participate in the unscriptural parts to the Mass I mean that I don't state "and I ask the blessed Mary ever virgin and all the angels and Saints" and I don't state "may the Lord accept this sacrifice" and I don't pay attention during the Eucharistic Prayer when the intercession of the Virgin Mary and the Saints is mentioned and during Communion I don't state Amen when I am handed the bread and the cup of wine.
When you tell Jesus "I was pretending" what do you think he will say to you?
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News Item11/12/13 6:04 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
Do you leave while the unscriptural parts to the Mass are going on? If not, you are participating in them. When you tell Jesus "I was pretending" what do you think he will say to you?
When I state I don't participate in the unscriptural parts to the Mass I mean that I don't state "and I ask the blessed Mary ever virgin and all the angels and Saints" and I don't state "may the Lord accept this sacrifice" and I don't pay attention during the Eucharistic Prayer when the intercession of the Virgin Mary and the Saints is mentioned and during Communion I don't state Amen when I am handed the bread and the cup of wine.
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News Item11/12/13 2:27 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., unfortunately refuses to Jesus as Lord, not having Christ as Lord means he lacks one of the Marks of the True Believer Perhaps John Y., has attended Mass, The Mass: Miracle or Mendacity?, too often and thinks he can order up Christ like a pizza, and that's all it takes to be saved?

John Y., since you don't want to associate with Christians, you have no love for them, and one of the marks of a true Christians is love for his fellow Christians. 1 Corinthians 13:1-13.

John Y., you Billy have a lot in common, Billy Graham Believes Catholic Doctrine of Salvation Without Bible, Gospel, or Name of Christ

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News Item11/12/13 1:33 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich USA wrote:
.... I am truly saved because I am trusting in Jesus alone for salvation.
I would hate to think my eternal destiny was riding on someone else's assurance to me that walking down an aisle and making a profession of faith means I am saved no matter what, I would want the witness of the Spirit crying out in heartfelt prayer, Abba Father to be part of my daily life. I want to know that I had a holy desire to mortify sins so that neither root nor fruit found itself in my life. Oh, I would know that sin would not be eradicated in me in this life, but there would be mourning and grief over things that never bothered me before and I am struggling, fighting, and overcoming areas in my life that are not in conformity to His word. I would want to know that I had a desire to see others come to Lord. I would know I love the Lord because I am keeping His commands. I would want to have evidences that I am walking in the light as He is in the light (the consistent direction of my life is following Him) and I am growing in the grace and knowledge of the Lord. Am sure others could be more articulate here but there is no way I would be depend upon some "decision" I made when the new birth is from above.
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News Item11/12/13 1:28 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
John Yurich USA wrote:
Salvation is only by trusting in Jesus alone for salvation. Nothing else is required for salvation. So what makes you believe that as far as God is concerned it is hypocrisy that I attend the RCC?
definition according to the dictionary:
hypocrisy: "a feigning to be what one is not or to believe what one does not; especially : the false assumption of an appearance of virtue or religion."

Your hypocrisy John is in pretending to be a Catholic, fooling the Catholic priest, the pope, and all the catholics who attend the same church.

However, if you are a troll, it gets even worse than hypocrisy, you become an enemy of God and God's people.

The cure for hypocrisy is to live an open and transparent life, honest, and no pretence. Peter played the hypocrite once and was rebuked by the apostle Paul. Peter repented and stopped being a hypocrite.

The cure for being a troll is to repent. See from the scriptures that Catholicism is antichrist and devilish, and turn away from them as a pseudo-religious group.

Either way, you need to repent. God is looking at your faith in his Son, but he doesn't accept it as real unless it is accompanied by godly repentance. Jesus said, "Repent ye and believe the gospel."

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News Item11/12/13 8:32 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Christopher, I never stated all Catholics trust in Jesus alone for salvation. I stated there are some Catholics who trust in Jesus alone for salvation and they don't pray the second half of the Hail Mary, they don't pray to the Virgin Mary and the Saints for intercession, they don't believe the Mass is a sacrifice and they don't believe the Sacraments have anything to do with salvation.
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News Item11/12/13 7:49 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
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If it is true according to the Bible that trusting in Jesus alone for salvation is the only requirement for salvation then that means that church attendance has nothing whatsoever to do with salvation. And further when everybody stands before Jesus after passing away He will not look at the church that one attended in determining who will enter Heaven. Jesus will only look at who trusted in Him alone for salvation to enter Heaven. It is totally illogical to keep stating that there are no scriptural parts to the Mass. And it is totally illogical to state that because I attend the RCC that it automatically means that I am placing my hope for salvation in the RCC even if I have stated repeatedly that I am placing my hope for salvation in trusting in Jesus alone for salvation. My Non Denominational brother accepts that I am truly saved because I am trusting in Jesus alone for salvation.
Do you leave while the unscriptural parts to the Mass are going on? If not, you are participating in them. When you tell Jesus "I was pretending" what do you think he will say to you?
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