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THURSDAY, MAR 27, 2014  |  59 comments
The Terrifying Bible Verse That Glenn Beck Says Holds a Warning for the U.K.

Glenn Beck said Wednesday that the recent news that the British have used the bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies to heat their medical facilities will have absolutely biblical ramifications.

“This is so horrific, it doesn’t even sound real,” Beck said in shock on his radio program.

He read from Jeremiah 19:5-8:

“They have built the high places of Baal to burn their children in the fire as offerings … I will make them fall by the sword before their enemies, at the hands of those who want to kill them, and I will give their carcasses as food to the birds and the wild animals. I will devastate this city and make it an object of horror and scorn…” ...


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News Item3/31/14 3:40 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
a puritan wrote:
"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28
"God loves a thankful Christian. Job thanked God when He took all away: ‘The LORD hath taken away, blessed be the name of the LORD’ (Job 1:21). Many will thank God when He gives; Job thanks Him when He takes away, because he knew God would work good out of it.
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(Thomas Watson)
Interesting interpretation.
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News Item3/31/14 3:33 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Thomas Watson wrote:
"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28
"God loves a thankful Christian. Job thanked God when He took all away: ‘The LORD hath taken away, blessed be the name of the LORD’ (Job 1:21). Many will thank God when He gives; Job thanks Him when He takes away, because he knew God would work good out of it. We read of saints with harps in their hands (Revelation 14:2), an emblem of praise. We meet many Christians who have tears in their eyes, and complaints in their mouths: but there are few with their harps in their hands, who praise God in affliction. To be thankful in affliction is a work peculiar to a saint. Every bird can sing in spring, but some birds will sing in the dead of winter. Everyone, almost, can be thankful in prosperity, but a true saint can be thankful in adversity. A good Christian will bless God, not only at sun-rise, but at sun-set. Well may we, in the worst that befalls us, have a psalm of thankfulness, because all things work for good. Oh, be much in blessing of God: we will thank Him that doth befriend us." (Thomas Watson)
That's the real thing, Thomas.
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News Item3/31/14 2:38 PM
a puritan  Find all comments by a puritan
"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28

"God loves a thankful Christian. Job thanked God when He took all away: ‘The LORD hath taken away, blessed be the name of the LORD’ (Job 1:21). Many will thank God when He gives; Job thanks Him when He takes away, because he knew God would work good out of it. We read of saints with harps in their hands (Revelation 14:2), an emblem of praise. We meet many Christians who have tears in their eyes, and complaints in their mouths: but there are few with their harps in their hands, who praise God in affliction. To be thankful in affliction is a work peculiar to a saint. Every bird can sing in spring, but some birds will sing in the dead of winter. Everyone, almost, can be thankful in prosperity, but a true saint can be thankful in adversity. A good Christian will bless God, not only at sun-rise, but at sun-set. Well may we, in the worst that befalls us, have a psalm of thankfulness, because all things work for good. Oh, be much in blessing of God: we will thank Him that doth befriend us." (Thomas Watson)

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News Item3/30/14 12:21 PM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
Christopher... thanks for replying. I appreciate your honesty. If you recall after 9/11 there was inter faith prayer services and solemn ceremony at "ground zero". It was treated as holy by the secularists and religious alike. Anger abounded. So much so that people wanted to go to war. This attitude and reaction is not for the true christian I believe. I really feel like we've been "programmed" to not know the difference.
Anyways. .. thanks for reaching out and pondering this
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News Item3/30/14 7:25 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Shane from socal writes:
Christopher... A question to ponder. As you stated, nobody is bowing to it or leaving flowers at it's feet. But, ask yourself this question... If something happened to it, like it being demolished by terrorists or something. How would we feel about it?

Shane, I understand what you are trying to say exactly. I still view it as the symbol it is though, and if destroyed, rather than people mourning the lady made of steel and gathering where it once was, I feel like most would rather be angry at the attack on the intangible liberty, not Lady Liberty. Like I said though, I understand the thought and will think about it more.

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News Item3/28/14 12:43 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Michael Hranek wrote:
John UK
If you mean, the ecumenical/interfaith pretend to be spiritual and oh so holy mega-events I would tend to think you are right.
But beyond that I tend to disagree with you.
Jehoshaphat - 2 Chron 20
King of Ninevah (of all places imagine that) - Jonah 3:6-10
Esther and
2 Chron 6:12 thru 7:22
As some examples
there are more like in Deuteronomy
Hello bro. Yes, I mean the E.M. In this country, they often hold events designed to destroy the gospel. On the same platform you will see Catholics, Methodists, Anglicans, Baptists, United Reformed, all nicey-nicey and having such fun together, a united front, an ecumenical religious get-together, a "force" for good, an example of Christian discipleship......BUT

None of them have THE GOSPEL, and the only common denominator between them is, that they must believe in the doctrine of The Trinity.

You've noticed how John Yurich is forever claiming that THIS doctrine is the one which proves a true Christianity.

To some, this sounds a good deal. But to me, it shows an ecumenical spirit which ignores all the other doctrines concerning God and man. A genuine ecumenism is possible between Christians, which unity is found right here on SA, PRAISE GOD!

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News Item3/28/14 12:35 PM
penelope  Find all comments by penelope
MH, thank you for the link.

I think everyone is making good points, a whole lot being said.

As for occultic practices where people participate without their knowledge, as an effort by masons, etc, that is an interesting premise and likely very important considering superbowl/music industry/videos/movies.... are now filled with rituals and symbols intermixed with perversions and temptations. opening the door spiritually? I would say this is an important question. How many Christians are participating in these things?

with the confluence of technology, the talk of aliens, the social media and mixing of personal data, common core, ocare, it is all coming together and then celebrated in the arenas with perverse expressions and occultic symbolism. I'm suddenly feeling a need to study the mark of the beast in more detail.

I hear concerns about islam, but none for the Talmud and kabbalah, now spiritualism will be the opiate of the masses and then a strong arm to control, the idea for the Christian would be to come out of Babylon.

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News Item3/28/14 12:32 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
John UK wrote:
National days of prayer are unbiblical
John UK
If you mean, the ecumenical/interfaith pretend to be spiritual and oh so holy mega-events I would tend to think you are right.

But beyond that I tend to disagree with you.

Jehoshaphat - 2 Chron 20
King of Ninevah (of all places imagine that) - Jonah 3:6-10
Esther and
2 Chron 6:12 thru 7:22

As some examples
there are more like in Deuteronomy

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News Item3/28/14 12:07 PM
Liza Jane  Find all comments by Liza Jane
John UK wrote:
National days of prayer are unbiblical, so are marches, pilgrimages, shrine-hopping, penances, indulgencies, confessionals, and a thousand and one other practices not found in the Bible.
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News Item3/28/14 12:06 PM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
No good. To answer your question.
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News Item3/28/14 11:55 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Shane wrote:
SteveR... we are told to pray for those in authority over us. Bowing to an obelisk?
Are you saying that gathering at DC to pray might be a form of ritualistic idol worship?
The answer lies within the heart of the individual.
Im talking aboout those prayer groups that travel to DC and pray at the base of the Washington Monument. Lets say the leader is a secret mason who believes this is a form of initiation into freemasonry, and that his doctrine doesnt require those bowing to understand the ritual(which is the case in masonry)
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News Item3/28/14 11:54 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
SteveR wrote:
Penny, Shane or anyone who wants to answer
What do you think of Christian groups with worthwhile goals organzining National Days of Prayer in the DC Mall leading to Christians bowing & praying in front of a huge Obelisk?
National days of prayer are unbiblical, so are marches, pilgrimages, shrine-hopping, penances, indulgencies, confessionals, and a thousand and one other practices not found in the Bible.
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News Item3/28/14 11:17 AM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
SteveR... we are told to pray for those in authority over us. Bowing to an obelisk?
Are you saying that gathering at DC to pray might be a form of ritualistic idol worship?
The answer lies within the heart of the individual.
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News Item3/28/14 10:50 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
SteveR wrote:
Penny, Shane or anyone who wants to answer
What do you think of Christian groups with worthwhile goals organzining National Days of Prayer in the DC Mall leading to Christians bowing & praying in front of a huge Obelisk?
I think you have asked the wrong question, even though in what you ask IMHO you touch on things that really matter and you don't want genuinely answered and acted upon.
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News Item3/28/14 10:40 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Penny, Shane or anyone who wants to answer

What do you think of Christian groups with worthwhile goals organzining National Days of Prayer in the DC Mall leading to Christians bowing & praying in front of a huge Obelisk?

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News Item3/28/14 9:01 AM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
Michael H... i saw you responded so I'll answer you, then I'll put this topic to rest. I would say that there are those who have bought into the satanic lie that you can have liberty to do what you want. Not realizing that your really in bondage to sin. Where as Christ breaks the bondage of sin and gives true liberty. We as Christians have liberty no matter what country we live in.
Remember. Islam and Roman Catholicism expect submission in a place of power, but in a place of weakness they are much more subtle and crafty until they can be in a place of power again. This is a tactic used by Satan throughout time itself.
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News Item3/28/14 8:51 AM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
One more thing on the statue and then I'm done. On a TV show called decoded the "researchers" asked a freemason(like a public relations guy)..." we've heard that the statue of liberty is an effigy of lucifer, is that true?" To which the freemasonry replied " It is. But not the lucifer your thinking of." ????? An then he proceeded to read Isaiah 14 totally out of context, and tried to paint lucifer as good.

I have to mention this.

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News Item3/28/14 8:44 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Shane wrote:
Michael H... thanks for responding. Keep in mind something. That statue was originally intended to be erected in Egypt, but Egypt refused. Hmmm...
it's an interesting study. But please understand, I would rather discuss our faith than this topic. It came up so I trew my 2 cents in. Besides... I don't like camel.
Shane
Thanks for replying.
Just an interesting thought here, who opposes or rejects liberty?

Would that be tyrannts and their sycophants? The Devil?

Liberty is a concept, idea, principle, that has been greatly hated in history. For example both Islam and the RC FALSE Church hate liberty, some Presbyterians demand submission like they are somekind of infallible protestant popes, and the list could go on, even into organized crime cartels and the present day politics of some. A history that relates the attitude of "bow down and worship me (or us) or I will kill you."

Matt 10:28
btw His law is called the law of liberty, not Sharia

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News Item3/28/14 8:22 AM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
Michael H... thanks for responding. Keep in mind something. That statue was originally intended to be erected in Egypt, but Egypt refused. Hmmm...

it's an interesting study. But please understand, I would rather discuss our faith than this topic. It came up so I trew my 2 cents in. Besides... I don't like camel.

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News Item3/28/14 8:16 AM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
Christopher... A question to ponder. As you stated, nobody is bowing to it or leaving flowers at it's feet. But, ask yourself this question... If something happened to it, like it being demolished by terrorists or something. How would we feel about it? The answer to that question should tell us something.
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