Just a Guy wrote: The abuses in the RC are terrible (but expected from Satan's church). But my other big question is why is this guy 37 years old and just coming out with it? There a problem with the RC and the ones who wait to come out with what happened...
Well said! The RCC church is satan's church on this earth. I was raised catholic, so I have good understanding of what they stand for. They stand for nothing Godly; that is for sure.
And yet, there are over a billion of them on this earth.
40 years ago when I got my college degree it was simply because I had the GI bill and it paid more money than school cost, so it helped me live. I remember in H.S. the administration told me I was unlikely to do college, so I should study a vocation and I did. Anyway, back then there was little or no political correction and only one time did I hear the Christian faith ridiculed. Today it is much different of course.
I am now more against college degrees than for them. In order to please your professor, you must spew out their ungodly agendas. (Just a Guy, I agree with you here) And of course paying back college loans is difficult.
I also have never believed that women should get degrees. A woman should seek a godly man to provide for her and then be a wife and mother. 2 incomes generally result in this not happening, because then the couple will indeed live off two incomes and Christian submission becomes very difficult. Two bank accounts and 2 separate retirements are a form of independence not dependence.
Can any of my problem areas be undone? The answer is no!
Well, the black population in America is approximately 12.3 percent and yet they have almost 40 percent of legal abortions. As most know, Margaret Sanger had a eugenics agenda and one of her goals was to cause the black race to die out using abortions. That is pretty much common knowledge. Anyway, the mere fact that she had to and did recruit black pastors to promote her agenda is unbelievable. The mere fact they continue to promote this evil practice is probably the most confusing to me.
Our Lord said; be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth. They should get married, stay married and have children.
kenny wrote: I mostly quit reading and participating in the comments on SermonAudio several years ago because of Jim. He appears to have had nothing to do for the past 20 years other than cut & paste other folks' quotes on SA and it's just annoying. My assumption has always been that he has a nefarious agenda and wouldn't be at all surprised if he's a plant from the RC cult. Am I wrong?
None of us will ever know Jimâ€™s true purpose or agenda on this forum. I once accused him of being a paid troll, but he refused to comment, yes or no. He isn't an RC troll, but a democratic political troll. Anyway, I hope that you donâ€™t allow him to dissuade you from posting. If you do, then he has in fact won to a certain degree. Some confront him on a consistent basis and that is good. I prefer to confront him only when I think that he might confuse some person who has stopped by to see the posts; mostly on the issue of abortion and politics.
As most know, I am a Floridian and I am not in the least confused about ideologies. The one who panders the most to the pro-life movement and doesnâ€™t endorse same sex marriage or unions will get my vote. Notice I did use the word pander for a reason.
Christopher000 wrote: The media is a real powerhouse of a weapon for leading the ignorant in whichever ways they so choose to. They can spin any story, and enrage an entire country, or targeted minority or group, in order to program them into serving some particular political, liberal, or even, financial concern. Add a little somethin' somethin' here, subtract a little detail there, say it loud enough, long enough, and often enough, and pretty much any spin becomes truth for many...truth based upon nothing but deception and lies by omission. Divide and conquer, by any means necessary, and with no concern for collateral damage because it's all about the end game, and the "good of the many".
I like your thoughts Chris! I am a big believer in the ability to brainwash mankind. They do it normally through the media as you alluded. Hitler is well known for saying: â€śIf you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.â€ť
But, God's word says we are to be careful what we listen to and how we listen to those things. Luke 8:16-18 and Mark 4:21-25.
I always just assumed that he picked Palin simply because she was a female and was considered an evangelical and McCain thought he needed those two sectors to have a chance. I do remember that was the only election that I didnâ€™t vote in because she was on the ticket and my understanding is there were literally millions that thought like I did.
I wouldnâ€™t invite a bit bull with lipstick or a momma grizzly to his funeral either!
Christopher000 wrote: No, Cora, and this will be my final response to you on any topic, because I find you to be, not only toxic, but bigoted, according to the tone of some of your comments of recent weeks. I've met you before, many times throughout life...all kinds of Coras who raise their hands up high in church, while grasping their bibles tight, and shouting, "Praise Jesus!". White Coras, and black Coras, claiming to have been born from above, while at the same time, harboring a dark bitterness in their heart, one towards the other, over the sins of generations gone by. I find your bitter attitude, and bigoted outlook, beyond sickening. To answer your assumption/accusation...No, I don't follow Breitbart. The address I posted was the direct link that SermonAudio itself used to point to that particular story on Julius M's comments to the foreign press.
Hey Chris! I read through a few of the comments between Cora and you and I simply want to agree with her on this one point; there could be other Coras out there that could be her "spiritual sisters".
Great Sermon! I really appreciate this excellent teaching on the 2nd coming of Christ. He understands and without apology teaches the post tribulation rapture. And he does it in a manner that is logical and gives our Lord and Savior the glory. God bless you Pastor Harris and your ministry.
Chris G P wrote: Who told this little 9 year old lad he was â€śgayâ€ť? His mother, his father, or a corrupt public school teacher full of politically correct nonsense? A boy this age, should not be homosexual or any sexual. 9 is an age for little boys to play games, and kick a football around with his friends, not be thinking about whom he is going to bed with!!! It is absolutely appalling to think that youngsters at this tender age are being filled with information that they do not need, and should only be given to them as they get older, with a proper moral base, and by parents, who will be careful and sensitive how they do it. As to bullying, of course that should be dealt with very firmly by school authorities, and parents should be fully involved in the process, not teachers and school administrators taking unilateral action without consulting the parents.
An absolutely perfect comment! No 9 year old is a homosexual so the blame is elsewhere.
Christopher000 wrote: Melanie, you believe that God is restoring justice by having white farmers, along with their familys and children, whoever happens to reside on the property, brutally hacked to death for their land to make expropriations for any crimes of their ancestors, and you revel in these slaughters in the name of justice?
Of course as my below post indicated, I agree with you. Why should someone pay for a crime they didn't commit. Your comment was right on; thanks!
I have always thought that if satan could convince mankind of evolution or theistic evolution, then he could convince them of anything. Nothing is clearer than God created everything in 6 literal 24 hour days just as stated in Genesis.
I understand the peer pressure of young folks and many who are deemed successful or want to become successful in society to deny this; but â€¦
Luke 9:26 â€śFor whosoever shall be ashamed of me and of my words, of him shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he shall come in his own glory, and in his Father's, and of the holy angels.â€ť
Romans 1:16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.
I know we donâ€™t live in a perfect world, but with certainty I will say all Christians who can should refuse to send their kids to public schools; especially like those in this article. Those who canâ€™t do that, single parents, etc., should attempt to find Christian schools. I know that many of them will waive the cost for those who cannot afford them.
IMO, this is somewhat similar to the reparations that many believe should be paid to the black population here in the states. I didnâ€™t read the article, but my guess is they are saying the whites took property that belonged or should have belonged to the blacks, so they are attempting to simply undo a wrong that was racially motivated?
So, in the U.S. the slaves werenâ€™t allowed to own land or become educated, so their descendants didnâ€™t have a chance to become successful.
I grew up in the south, so I can testify of the evils of racism. I remember when blacks couldnâ€™t shop in the same stores; couldnâ€™t eat in the same restaurants; couldnâ€™t use the same fountains or bathrooms, had extremely poor schools, and normally only the women worked in the families because they could do domestic work.
But, my family never practiced racism and I shouldnâ€™t be punished for the crimes of others! I guess what I am saying is I am not a fan of the concept of victimology!
Hey brother! I am glad that you arenâ€™t allowing this person to bother your spiritual walk with the Lord. I wonder who they really are? Over the years, you and I have drawn many enemies, but that is a good sign and not a negative. That basically means we are honest and forthright. Anyway hang in there.
Matt wrote: And thou shalt bestow that money for whatsoever thy soul lusteth after, for oxen, or for sheep, or for wine, or for strong drink, or for whatsoever thy soul desireth: and thou shalt eat there before the Lord thy God, and thou shalt rejoice, thou, and thine household, Deuteronomy 14:26 And wine that maketh glad the heart of man, and oil to make his face to shine, and bread which strengtheneth man's heart. Psalms 104:15 And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit; Ephesians 5:18 These verses would seem to suggest that it's okay to drink but it's a sin to get drunk.