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Carl in Greensboro | North Carolina  Contact via emailFind all comments by Carl in Greensboro
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Bullseye, Mike!!!

News Item10/22/17 3:39 PM
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Mortifying a sin does not mean completely killing it. It does not root out and destroy it so that it no longer has any hold on us, or no longer resides in our hearts. ++This is the target++, but it will not be accomplished in this life. https://tinyurl.com/ya4ohaqk
Agree completely, brother.

In this life we will always have that same thorn in the flesh Paul pleaded to have taken away. We will never be able to remove it. Instead we are to understand the grace of God is our sufficiency and thereby our thorn will not have dominion over us.

However, if our view of sanctification leads us to strive to "clean up" this earthen vessel to make it acceptable, we will be neglecting what scripture teaches and strive in vain. We are to **reckon** our mortal bodies, and its resident sin (thorn), dead by the crucifixion of Christ.

And like Paul, we are to put it to death (mortify) daily. This, I believe, is ongoing sanctification that is on us. Our mortal, corruptible bodies, still in Adam, stand before a holy God in this life because they are hidden from His sight by the wedding garments of Christ's righteousness.

Blessings.

Btw, any more grandchildren? My wife and I were blessed with # 8 near a year ago.


News Item10/22/17 3:38 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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The Quiet Christian wrote:
I posted a comment on a similar news article sometime in the last week or so. The whole government system is no longer run by elected officials but by those who are salaried government employees. It is enormously difficult to change the internal culture of individual departments, agencies, and subordinate divisions down to the individual workspaces. At the federal level, it's akin to a huge monolith and difficult to change directions. They know that they will outlast whatever Administration because they are pracically unfireable with little means of effective accountability. It creates a difficult paradox for conservative Christians in civil service who are also believe in limited and limiting government. Besides our elected officials in Washington, the state capitals, and locally, we need to pray for these people as well that the Lord will turn their hearts to Himself.
These agencies are all funded by the budget, which is made by the Congress. You want to see them change? Congress has the responsibility for their funding. If their funding dried up, they would change in a hurry. Of course, doing that would mean Congress would have to find a spine.

News Item10/22/17 3:07 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Christopher000 wrote:
"Mikey"...thats a first around here. May I call you, Mikey, Mike? Or maybe, the Mikester?
Help yourself, Christopher. I've been called lots of things.

Sermon10/22/17 3:06 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Wow. What great spiritual food. A sermon to listen to frequently. Thank you for putting those truths together.

News Item10/22/17 2:38 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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...the time away a learning process...progressive sanctification.

News Item10/22/17 2:37 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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John UK Wrote:
"I'm still amazed after all these years, that God saved me and put me in the royal family. What wonderful grace and mercy!"

Yes, isn't it? Amazing, that is. Not a one of us should ever allow ourselves to forget what many of us were and what we came out from. Even for those who lived in a bubble, and protected from the harshness of the streets or difficult childhoods, broken homes, etc., etc., they were still rotten, hellbound, and no better off before Christ.
Let not a single one of us ever say to ourselves with an internal smirk of the Pharisee, "Thank God I'm not like these", because without Him, we could very well have been just like those, or still be. With great pity and thankfulness..."Thank God I'm not like these".

John, I think, if I remember right, someone was questioning earlier on about whether God's will is still being accomplished even in the backslidden Christian, and whether sanctification is still progressing in that case. The way I see it is a resounding, "yes", or they wouldn't learn during that time in order to be convicted, repentant, broken, and come to realize how much they miss Him, and how they cant go on without Him, etc.
I don't believe backsliding is ever God's will, but I believe His will is done during that time to make th


Sermon10/22/17 2:37 PM
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The exaltation of Christ
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Sound doctrine concerning what was entailed in Christ's exaltation and a call to faith in and submission to the exalted Saviour!

News Item10/22/17 2:36 PM
Protar Smith | India  Find all comments by Protar Smith
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Ah yea it is kinda correct. I do agree. TutuappTututapp

News Item10/22/17 2:32 PM
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I posted a comment on a similar news article sometime in the last week or so. The whole government system is no longer run by elected officials but by those who are salaried government employees. It is enormously difficult to change the internal culture of individual departments, agencies, and subordinate divisions down to the individual workspaces. At the federal level, it's akin to a huge monolith and difficult to change directions. They know that they will outlast whatever Administration because they are pracically unfireable with little means of effective accountability. It creates a difficult paradox for conservative Christians in civil service who are also believe in limited and limiting government. Besides our elected officials in Washington, the state capitals, and locally, we need to pray for these people as well that the Lord will turn their hearts to Himself.

News Item10/22/17 2:24 PM
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Chick fil A is a huge favorite of our family. We appreciate both the food quality and taste as well as the unapologetic Christian values displayed by the company down to the individual store. Hardly a few months go by without something in the news about a disaster somewhere and a local store near the center of the impact providing direct support right where it is needed, including opening on Sunday to lift people out of ditches, without charge to those served.

"Even so the faith, if it have no works, is dead in itself." (James 2:17)

May the Lord continue to work through this company to be a light in a dark and darkening nation.


News Item10/22/17 2:14 PM
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I agree, Chris G P and Rhode Island Chris. Also prayed Ps 69-71 for the Western church today in light of this news story and the many like it of late seemingly wrapping the earth.

"If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before you. If ye were of the world, the world would love his own, but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you." (John 15:18-19)


News Item10/22/17 1:59 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | Pinto beans apostasy  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Let favor be shewed to the wicked, yet will he not learn righteousness: in the land of uprightness will he deal unjustly …” Is 26:10

A case running through the courts in England right now ought to provide a sober warning that the political advancement of Islam in the Western world is not only dangerous for the national security of any country, but also for sharing the message of salvation through Jesus Christ. According to Jihad Watch:

“A Christian therapist in England who was suspended after being accused of evangelizing to a Muslim colleague has suffered another loss in court.”

A Christian woman named Victoria Wasteney is being punished by the increasingly socialist system in the U.K. for the offense of witnessing to a Muslim co-worker, and reportedly “trying to convert her to Christianity.” While Wasteney was under the impression that she and her Muslim colleague were friends, she was shocked to learn that her friend was one who filed the complaint against her.

truly disheartening to think that the land of William Tyndale, Myles Coverdale, John Bunyan, Oliver Cromwell (whose motto was “Christ, not man is King”), and Charles H. Spurgeon (known as the “Prince of Preachers”) should be now given over to Sudan's state.

http://www.noiseofthunderradio.com/articles/


News Item10/22/17 1:52 PM
Chris G P from England | England  Find all comments by Chris G P from England
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Tragically, I believe this referendum will go the same way as the one in the Republic of Ireland, and that "gay" marriage will become the law in Australia.

I also understand that the Australian Government has made absolutely no provision whatever for religious freedom or exemptions if this bill is passed, and from the foul and violent response to the "No" campaign, it looks to me as if the LGBT and Transgender crowd, and their leftist and heterosexual allies are determined to force the Christians, and even non-Christian opponents to compromise their principles, or suffer the consequences, (Muslims perhaps, being exempted of course).

We must indeed pray as persecution is fast coming on the church in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Britain, and of course in mainland Europe, as well as elsewhere. We need to prepare for it, and get ready.


Sermon10/22/17 1:43 PM
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Which Message Are You Hearing?
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“ Very Encouraging Message ”
Another must hear message for believers. Thank you, Lord Jesus for speaking this message through this messenger.

News Item10/22/17 1:41 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Lurker wrote:
Rom 8:13 For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live.
Mortify literally means put to death.
From Owen's work chapter 5 on the Mortification of sin

Mortifying a sin does not mean completely killing it. It does not root out and destroy it so that it no longer has any hold on us, or no longer resides in our hearts. ++This is the target++, but it will not be accomplished in this life. Every man whose heart is set on mortifying a sin, intends to completely destroy it. He does not want to leave either root or fruit in his heart or in his life. He wants to kill it in such a way that it will never move or stir again. It will never cry or call, seduce or tempt, from now to eternity. He wants it exterminated. Now, by the Spirit and grace of Christ, there may be wonderful success, and an over-riding victory against a sin. He may realize nearly constant triumph over it. Even so, absolutely killing and destroying it should not be expected in this life. (Philippians 3:12)

https://tinyurl.com/ya4ohaqk


Sermon10/22/17 1:39 PM
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Psalm 140 Cry of a Hunted Soul
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“ Beneficial meditation ”

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Ivan Karamazov | Texas  Find all comments by Ivan Karamazov
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Can't go today. Closed on Sunday 😁👍

Sermon10/22/17 1:35 PM
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“ The wise man travels in well trodden paths. ”
The KJV, the King Jesus Bible. All other immitation are not versions of tbe bible, but aversions to the bible. The living God has given His word.

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Very interesting this article !
Thank you for sharing this.
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