Pray for brother Kent and may the Lord bless him for his faithful, courageous stand against the beast. Vengeance is of the Lord, and he will righteously judge and reward ALL terrorists involved not only in this matter, but all similar antichrist matters where his children are persecuted. Shame on all who side with the beast, as they will reap their reward too!
Morton wrote: I'd rather be watched by some anonymous computer than be shredded to pieces by some terrorist jihadist. I'd rather walk with my head held high than become a slave to some communist nation waiting for an opportunity to pounce on our soil. I'd rather live in the United States of America than in any other place on the earth!
A paranoid State Supremacist who's a sucker for propaganda.
If the SA participants would apply this scripture then there wouldn't be any more discussion, for isn't almost everyone on here a heretick?
Lurker wrote: Since you have tried for many months to convince someone, anyone, on this forum that the RCC is the true church, with no success; isn't it way past due for you to obey this command? Tts 3:10 A man that is an heretick after the first and second admonition reject; Knowing that he that is such is subverted, and sinneth, being condemned of himself. reject = paraiteomai: shun, avoid.
Mike wrote: Maybe we should also consider it improper when we use the word "Sunday" even though we do not hold it as the pagan day of the sun for which it was named. Funny you never hear a call to avoid the name Sunday, for no true Christian would borrow and use such paganisms, right? Oh well, it's back to work for some on the day of the moon tomorrow.
As Peter Barber (Jim Lincoln) would say, "Ah..."
Ah yes, the tired ole pagan-name-of-the-days-of-the-week-excuse, which is like sooo yesterday.
You can't use this pathetic one anymore.
It's a poor analogy anyway. I believe Neil would have something fallacious to say about it too.
One is will worship and creating an unauthorized holy day in order to have some fun like the heathen, and then looking down on those who do not partake and furthermore causing confusion for children.
The other is simply referring to a day by a name that God did not name. Quite a difference.
I like to call sunday the first day of the week btw.
Priscilla Del Aguila wrote: If we are worried about what day to celebrate the birth of Christ because of the heathen and all of its pagan orgins.. might as well never celebrate it cuz the days of our week are named after pagan gods. December 25th is a federal holiday, everything is closed, families ate together... What better opportunity to we have to celebrate Christ? Let the heathen be heathen... Their false gods are nothing, they are empty, they are fake. Paul talks about that in Corinthians. Only if it causes someone to stumble, but exalting Christ to the world to be known, don't see much of a stumbling block to my brethren.
I'm not worried about what day to celebrate because the believers are not authorized to make such a celebration regardless of what day it is. The Lord is not pleased with man's will worship.
But it is great opportunity to preach the gospel and the second coming of Christ where he returns as a lion.
Your mentioning the day being a federal holiday (holy day) should tell you something. The state, as it always does, being that is its nature, elevates itself above God and creates "holy days." Who gave the heathen people who comprise the state the authorization to create holy days?
Ulsterman wrote: The comments about Paisley and the Orange Order are ridiculous and so ill informed. The Orange Order is a Bible based Christian organisation, but an organisation that Paisley is not even a member let alone a past leader. One should be sure of the facts before going to print. The Orange Order is a quite separate organisation from those other loathsome antichrist organisations which are mentioned.
Well give us the facts then and show us how it is a biblical organisation.