Great Sermon! IMO, i see this as HARRY POTTER part Deux
and its just as dangerous...
I believe this Y2K generation has been hammered with the occult, especially with the shooting in Dallas of the 11 cops.
5 died, and the boy who did it was named MICAH- (his parents may have allowed HP books)
the 33rd book of the bible.. similar to JFK and the date he was shot in Dallas
its time to be taught Ephesians 6:12 even if its one scripture--we don't need to be wrestling with demons unless its on our KNEES
What are you saying? Mr. Swanson.
What are you telling us to do? Just stay home in November? We live in California, our guys never win over here. But we still do the right thing and the resposuble thing and vote everytime, even if in the end some judge overturns us.
Great Sermon! Possibly fragile from the FATHER having street drugs in his body at conception
Or parents planning play dates for wanted kids, when they didn't get the right counseling for the unwanted kids
Since the snowflakes were born in the 90s, it's something to think about
Great Sermon! This is so sad. The Young,Restless and Reformed movement seems like it was more about "making hip adjustments" to the gospel to make it more palatable to the culture when the gospel is already the inerrant word of God and of course is already more powerful then anything man could ever come up with or contrive without God. Whenever we start to forget who gets the glory we get in trouble. I don't want to paint the entire movement with too broad a brush but and most of the high-profile people humility definitely seemed to be lacking. I guess there's a lesson in there for us all especially myself. The enemy nerver sleeps!
Great Sermon! Enjoy your shows but Gog Magog explanation skips over the rest of revelation-the mark, bowl judgements, etc. Matt 24 is more likely with Gog Magog different confrontation setup in Ezekiel 38. Hence Russia and other nations around Israels border. Anyways, God bless and keep spreading Gods word.
'Correlation does not imply causation' "Correlation does not imply causation" is a phrase used in statistics to emphasize that a correlation between two variables does not imply that one causes the other.
It would be the same to say
"Feminism leads to Transgenerism" as to say
"Patriarchy leads to Wife Abuse".
Both statements may have significant correlations
Both fail in having enough evidence to claim causation.
It would be inconsistent to believe one but not the other on the basis of evidence.
Unless you are willing to accept both : )
Great Sermon! it simply could be from their BROKEN HOMES... and don't know what to say
since few of them came from an intact home and had parents breaking the 7th commandment....they could also be like JOSIAH and others and rebuild the culture...their grandparents tore down
Great Sermon! Lady Day writes:
western women don't want to be forced to wear HAJIBS either....ALTHOUGH it would be nice for women to bring back dresses, hats and gloves similar to the mid 20th century"
Great Sermon! This is a reason I don't watch anything mainstream.
Logic is gone, probably the way of drug use or brain damage (knowing when many of these people were born, it's no surprise)
The only hope, is for Christians to have masculine men and feminine women, and marry early as possible.
Also, women to not hyphenate last names when marrying
Great Sermon! This may have triggered the wacko in Orlando. Homosexual pride month..
If he kept his mouth shut about it, which is the month for dad's and grads, those may not have been murdered.
50 people dead in a club?
Great Sermon! IMO we were raising daughters for combat ever since they stopped wearing skirts at a modest length, slightly below the knee.
Also, the shooting in Orlando shows, they won't make the best soldiers.
They still need straight men to protect them
Great Sermon! - "The Soviet entry into the war played a much greater role than the atomic bombs in inducing Japan to surrender because it dashed any hope that Japan could terminate the war through Moscow's mediation," said Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, whose recently published "Racing the Enemy" examines the conclusion of the Pacific war and is based on recently declassified Soviet archives as well as U.S. and Japanese documents..
- He is quoted in Hasegawa's book as saying, "If we miss (the chance) today, the Soviet Union will take not only Manchuria, Korea and Sakhalin, but also Hokkaido. We must end the war while we can deal with the United States."
- "The Soviet attack changed all that," Charman said. "The leadership in Tokyo realized they had no hope now, and in that sense August Storm did have a greater effect on the Japanese decision to surrender than the dropping of the A-bombs."
- As the United States dropped its atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945, 1.6 million Soviet troops launched a surprise attack on the Japanese army occupying eastern Asia. Within days, Emperor Hirohito's million-man army in the region had collapsed.
It was a momentous turn on the Pacific battleground of World War II, yet one that would be largely eclipsed in the history books by the atomic bom