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Pastor W. J. Mencarow  |  Boerne, Texas
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Sermon12/27/09 2:06 PM
miniminihaahaa from Midwest  Find all comments by miniminihaahaa
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Marks Of A Christian, Part I
W. J. Mencarow
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you for this sermon. It really spoke to my heart. I so appreciate the admonitions. We all need these, and sometimes outright rebuke. I'm really weary of the fuzzy-wuzzy watered down milk-toast "canned" sermons from an ever growing bunch of feel-good preachers. So, I really appreciate you Pastor (if you're reading this) all the more! May God bless you with spiritually lead (not the canned sermons) and spiritually filled sermons. Keep it up.

Blog12/10/09 6:55 PM
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Funny, I don't see anyone saying that Europe is under a "perpetual" wrath of God for all generations for a one-time act of ONE generations' sin. The implications are you believe that God punishes infinite generations of unrelated people for past events, striking similar to what God DENOUNCED with the "sour grapes" saying in Ezekiel.

Covenant theology and dispensationalism are both so inherently flawed it is sickening. One calls Israel the Church in the past, while calling the Church the Israel of the present, which is retarded to say the least, and the other makes it seems like they are completely two separate unrelated entities that are both in two different ways somehow finding favor and communion with God, which is ridiculously Babylonish.

Horrible, horrible, theology. And the fact that someone has "Doctor" near their name means nothing if they can't even exegete properly.


Blog12/10/09 6:55 PM
Messianic Chris  Find all comments by Messianic Chris
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The article is off is so many ways I can't even begin to write how horribly inaccurate and lacking it is.

I am neither Dispensational nor Covenant Theology-leaning, but this issue is always taught wrongly by both sides.

How can people clearly MISINTERPRET simple things to be forms of replacement theology when they aren't at all meant in those ways? Standard Roman Catholic and Greek Church father mentality of demonizing all Jews for all time because they with the Roman Europeans crucified Messiah.


Blog11/15/09 1:17 PM
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Having recently read the OT, I can not possibly see how anyone could come to the conclusion that God is done with Israel.

I really like verses Jer 31:35-37 which basically says that God could no more forget Israel as he could forget the sun, the moon, the stars, and the sea and the laws that govern them and that Israel will always be a nation before him.

Then there is Luke 13:35 (Behold, your house is left unto you desolate: and verily I say unto you, Ye shall not see me, until the time come when ye shall say, Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord.) The the church replaced Israel, then Jesus should have come back again since we have no problem saying blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord.

Zech 14:1-22 speaks about a time in the Millennium dealing with Israel and all the other nations will have to honor God once a year at the Festival of Booths or they get the flesh eating disease. This obviously has not yet happened.

Jer 33:23-26 and Ezek 13:20-22 are also very good. Tried to post the actual verses but I was limited on the length.


Sermon10/29/09 4:48 PM
brother Michael  Find all comments by brother Michael
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“ Much needed message ”
I am so thankful for these messages by William Mencarow on Revelation. And that the Lord has freed me from dispensationalism and all its confusion. I pray others may listen to these messages and study the Scriptures.

Blog10/25/09 9:36 AM
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Half of all customers who walk into a store intending to buy a Bible leave empty-handed, according to Brenda Lugannani, a vice president of Family Christian Stores, the nation's largest Christian chain.

"When they look at what's available," she says, "it begins to confuse them."

http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-bible25dec25,1,502680.story?page=1&ctrack=1&cset=true

'There is an even more serious issue, which is that the multiplicity of versions as well as editions are seriously undermining the authority of what is the Word of God. Which one is the right one? Which one contains all of the original?' MAV

Trinitarian Bible Society: "The NIV contains enough truth to be used of the Holy Spirit to draw a man to the Saviour. But although it contains truth, is it the very Word of God? If not, Christians must be urged to return to the truth."

There is no denial that sinners may be saved through the modern versions..versions contain enough of the gospel (1 Cor 15:1-4) just like a person may be saved by hearing a sermon or reading a tract. This however does not mean that God sanctions such versions or that the Church should continue using them..God still holds His people responsible to use the most faithful translation, based on THE PUREST TEXT' jk


Blog10/25/09 8:56 AM
justme from NC  Find all comments by justme
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The NIV does deny the deity of Christ in many places but not all.Since it does in even one place it is of the devil.Satan is very subtle!

You cannot see this unless you lay it side by side with the KJV Please see the book "If the Foundations be Destroyed"

The NIV is now used as the Homosexual's Bible because it is gender neutral therefore making homosexuality non existent and women preachers.

People that defend a religion or a version so vehemently are not truly worhsiping the Lord,you're clinging to man.

If you have not studied the two versions you do not know.I have been where you are until someone gave me the guide I mentioned.Please inform yourself.


Blog8/5/09 9:31 AM
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There is an excellent statement issued on this very subject called the 'Wittenberg Door.' It is signed by dozens of the most conservative Pastors and seminary professors of our Day. This issue is of great concern because how this heresy has led some Pastors(like those commented in the RPC paper) away from the truth.

http://www.fccm.net/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=42:the-wittenberg-door&catid=16:articles&Itemid=63

If the document doesnt appear at first, type 'Wittenberg Door'in the search


Sermon8/5/09 9:12 AM
SteveR from Upper Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
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“ Interesting Sermon! ”
Ken Unger, the sermon text used was Jeremiah 20:4, a zero must have slipped in. 20:4 is where Jeremiah prophesied to the abusive, idolatry accepting priest Pashur of the upcoming Babylonian captivity. It would seem that the Roman Catholic Church would be better suited in the role of Pashur than Babylon is this spiritualized neopreterist postmillineal eschatological bridge for dipensationalists(I didnt know what else to call it). I would enjoy listening to a followup on why the obvious role for Pashur was so easily dismissed.

Blog8/4/09 11:26 PM
Phillip Andrew Jones from New South Wales Australia  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by Phillip Andrew Jones
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The Babylonian Talmud is the holiest book of Judaism, not the Old Testament of the Holy Sciptures. The Talmud contradicts, nullifies, and creates loopholes in the word of God. The Talmud is the word of men. The Talmud says that an individual must pray in association (ten men) with a "mininjan" (Berachot 6a). MATTHEW 6:6, Jesus Christ said, 'But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly. (7) But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do; for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking. (8) Be not ye therefore like unto them: for your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him.

Sermon8/4/09 11:16 AM
Ken Ungar from Montreal, Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Ken Ungar
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Please note that there is no Jeremiah 20:40. Nevertheless, Torrey's Treasury of Scripture Knowledge gives Jeremiah 50:38-40 as 1 of its cross-references to "and the water thereof was dried up."

Sermon7/12/09 8:50 PM
Angela Wittman from Southern Illinois  Contact via emailFind all comments by Angela Wittman
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Government vs. God
W. J. Mencarow
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you so much for this powerful sermon. I encourage others to listen to it and take your advice. We can all pray, help elect and promote godly men for civil office. May the good LORD bless your ministry.

Blog7/6/09 8:53 AM
Mike from New York  Find all comments by Mike
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The love of money is surely a root of evil, Wayne. Just not all evil.

"The Love of Money? The root to the bad fruit? Obviously money gives the first opportunity to buy a prostitute (maybe not an evil thought until money was readily available in a big fat wallet), the lust follows as does the adultery."

If this were true, poor folk would never do evil. Evil begins in the heart, not in the wallet. One does not need a fat wallet to look upon a woman with lust, which Jesus called adultery.


Blog7/6/09 5:55 AM
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To name a few- adultery/lust, taking the name of God in vain, making/worshipping false gods, bearing false witness for starters. None of these evils have as motivation love of money, thus love of money is not the root of these evils.#####

Hi Mike

Like the scripture 'Out of the heart proceeds evil thoughts, murders adulteries etc

Can there be 'murder' without the evil thought first? Interesting the Lord Jesus begins with 'evil thoughts' and obviously the heart is where evil begins and the thoughts lead to even greater evil fruit.

The Love of Money? The root to the bad fruit? Obviously money gives the first opportunity to buy a prostitute (maybe not an evil thought until money was readily available in a big fat wallet), the lust follows as does the adultery. Money buys it all- gives the opportunity. How many Hollywood actors would sell their soul for money? All manner of blasphemy and taking the Lord's name in vain to follow in their films? Isn't money (Gold) a false god and worshipped and then the ruin of nations?

Just plucked one sinners ode to 'the love of money' out of many with that song title-sadly interesting

http://www.6lyrics.com/music/willie_da_kid/lyrics/love_for_money.aspx


Blog7/6/09 2:45 AM
Jason Robert Schuiling from Pacific Northwest  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by Jason Robert Schuiling
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I'm afraid that this sort of outlandish speculation and contrivance is far too below the sound mind of a Reformed minister. Let us leave the unbelieving world to their folly and hold fast to the Word of Truth.

Blog7/5/09 6:53 PM
Mike from New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Wayne,

"Q: In context...What evil or sins will not men be drawn to by the love of money?"

To name a few- adultery/lust, taking the name of God in vain, making/worshipping false gods, bearing false witness for starters. None of these evils have as motivation love of money, thus love of money is not the root of these evils.

John, I do appreciate you for your concern. Yet I must say where I place my faith is in the Lord Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Spirit's revealing of the meaning of the word of God. I will continue to avoid making of a version of the Bible into an idol, but will continue to use the AV in the discussions so as to not offend others.

1 Tim 6:10 "money" from Strongs: 5365.philaguria, from 5366; avarice-love of money
5366.philarguros, from 5384 and 696; fond of silver(money)

avarice(the Free Dictionary): extreme greed for wealth.


Blog7/5/09 6:14 PM
John UK from Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
1 Timothy 6:10 KJV

This is a correct translation.

Mike, here is something I would recommend you try, if you would increase your faith in the Bible, as you obviously have difficulty with that. I say this as a friend, eh?

Ask the Lord to reveal to you the meaning of the word 'money' in the text. If he shows you what he showed me, you'll have perfect peace about it, and come over to the KJV with ne'er a word more needing to be said.

After all, you ask the Lord for help as you read the Bible, don't you? Just be more specific about this one word.


Blog7/5/09 6:06 PM
Mike from New York  Find all comments by Mike
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"You don't force scripture to your doctrine, you forge your doctrine from scripture."

"For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows."
1 Timothy 6:10 KJV

This is a correct translation."

Now bro, if this is a correct translation, and you believe what it says to be true, you have to believe what is false is somehow true, for the love of money is not the root of all evil. What should we say then? Since we agree that we cannot force Scripture to say what it does not say, is it a correct translation of a text error, or is it an incorrect tranlation of a correct text?


Blog7/5/09 5:58 PM
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For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
1 Timothy 6:10 KJV

Mike

Q: In context...What evil or sins will not men be drawn to by the love of money?

It was the sin of Judas, and the root of all his iniquity


Blog7/5/09 5:41 PM
John UK from Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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But John, my response was to the issue of whether the deity of Christ was denied in the NIV. But if the text issue is more important than the deity issue, the text that leaves out God in Rev 1:8 obviously shows deity less clearly than the one that includes it. And deity was the subject brought up.

Okay Mike, well you said that the KJV left out the word 'God' in Rev 1:8, and I said that the word 'God' is not in the original greek text. You don't force scripture to your doctrine, you forge your doctrine from scripture.

For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
1 Timothy 6:10 KJV

This is a correct translation.

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