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News Item8/29/19 8:42 AM
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With the Trade war and propoganda I doubt any would care what America recommends.

Ask China aid to tell us what these churches are teaching every week?

Do they believe Baptism saves? Is Sabbath keeping required? Are Catholics saved? Would they pray for God to bless Japan and America? Oh the guilty conscience of China Aid would never make such questions clear, otherwise their wordly supporters would stop donating.

I think the better question is what Advice North Korean Christians would give to them. Or the Pakistani christians.

"The wrath of a king is like the roaring of a lion; Whoever provokes him to anger sins against his own life. It is honorable for a man to stop striving, Since any fool can start a quarrel."
Proverbs 20:2‭-‬3


News Item8/27/19 10:09 AM
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Well I’m gonna pray until Cameroon has a church that can be listed under sermon audio’s international broadcasters list.

I had a friend who graduated from my university and returned to Cameroon 2 months ago. 5 days ago she asked for 200$ to enroll her sister in school, as little as that is I could not afford it. Started to pray for her and search for some churches on sermon audio, but found out there is none, not even in their capital city.

Not even a millionaire believer would help, it seems poorest people are indeed the most generous.

I’m really upset, but have hope


News Item8/26/19 7:37 PM
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Need more missionaries to Cameroon. Who wants to go?

I was saddened a few days ago that sermon audio does not have any churches in Cameroon to listen to.

Let's change that.


News Item8/25/19 9:27 AM
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What about his wife? This guy looks and acts likes a psycho, always the victim, there was no follow up to his comments about the church, nothing to show that he wanted to get any answers for his objections, didn't speak to any scholar, though he can, and certainly should know some.

News Item8/24/19 8:33 PM
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well we can get upset at him... or continue in our pacifism and pray for him and love him. The most difficult thing to do is to love those who hate us and persecute us

News Item8/23/19 11:04 PM
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#pray4nigeria

I interact with a few Nigerian young men, some are Muslim, others are nominal Christians. I wanted to cry after talking about spiritual issues with the nominal ones, there's so much spiritual dirt, and they are knee deep in all the false teachings, that I did not know how to help.


News Item8/16/19 7:55 PM
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As for Japan, just recently I came back from there, they have allowed foreigners to work alongside the Japanese locals, their immigration policy has loosened and are recruiting them into society to increase population growth.

Japan has it's spiritual problems, the biggest one I fear is that pornography is part of daily life. The single man prefer porn, the women don't such perverts, therefore it breaks down.

I'm praying for Japan, and hope to bring verse by verse teaching to them, only God knows how this will work out.


News Item8/16/19 7:49 PM
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I'm surprised people don't know this!

In China, the phone is like a third hand, i.e can't live without it. Because everyone has cheap unlimited Internet data, you have Internet with you all the time.

It's popular to call people through an app, instead of using your real phone number. This all in one app is called Wechat, with it you can pay your bills, order a taxi, order food, blog how much you love your country, send files, and send money. Every store, person has a QR barcode, scan it with your phone, and pay.

So as you can see, this one app is very important. Get banned, and your stuck as it's tied to your passport, or social security number and you cannot get a new one.


News Item8/16/19 2:44 PM
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Well in China paper currency is already obsolete, with only digital currency accepted by many stores.

I already could not get a shuttle bus from the airport because they did not take paper money. All it takes is your bank account frozen and you can't buy anything.

The end is near, the technology is in place, all that is required is for Israel to rebuild their temple.


News Item8/15/19 9:53 AM
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First, hard to tell coz of a paywall, but this looks like fraud.

Second A lot of math is not practical in daily life, the basics are often more than enough.

Is much of calculus, and statistics, important, yes in a specific context, but not in daily life, hence why so many never apply it and never master it.

You can clearly tell the difference in asian students who are good at math, but are useless in practical applications, many cannot teach because they themselves don't understand the value outside of using it to pass an exam.


News Item8/11/19 10:20 AM
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From gotquestions.com:

To walk with God means that you and God are in agreement about your life. “Can two walk together, except they be agreed?” (Amos 3:3, KJV).

When the Bible speaks of "walking," it often refers to a lifestyle. We can walk in the ways of the world as well (2 Kings 8:27; Ephesians 2:2; Colossians 3:7). In the New Testament, walking with God is often called "walking in the Spirit" (Galatians 5:16; Romans 8:4).
Walking with God also means we cannot also walk with evil people as companions (Psalm 1:1-3).

"Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were uneducated and untrained men, they marveled. And they realized that they had been with Jesus."
Acts 4:13 NKJV


News Item8/7/19 12:27 AM
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Something cool I found today in an old book, first easter egg ever, and it's in the KJV!

Because Psalms is poetry, when translating into english, the King James Version people asked William Shakespeare to help! As thanks, they hid his name in Psalms 46!

The KJV bible was published in 1611, at this time Shakespeare was... 46 years old! He was born on 1564.

Now if we go to psalm 46, and start from verse 1, count down "46" words, you will land on the word "Shake", now go to the last verse, and do the same, you will land on the word.. Spear!

I think this is so cool!


News Item8/7/19 12:07 AM
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Someone once said you can have the library of alexandria, but it won't do any good if none read the books. I feel it's the same way in free countries.... few people even know who robinso crusoe even is, much less any religious aspects found within

News Item8/6/19 9:23 AM
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That's how you know something is a cult, by very definition cults make it very hard to leave.

Actually leaving the Roman Catholic church is pretty easy, they don't care anymore.


News Item8/5/19 9:55 AM
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Though called to china, I have a big burden for japan for these exact reasons. I'm praying for verse by verse preaching to arrive to japan in their own language

News Item8/5/19 9:48 AM
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For a second there I though it was refering to a war draft, and got a little worried..

News Item8/5/19 9:37 AM
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I found this out a long time ago when streaming became popular, thousands would watch for hours someone play a game or do something, even pay money just to have the streamer say thank you to them.

There is a big percentage of young people who don't work, and just sit at home all day, and no interaction except with the virtual world.


News Item8/3/19 6:05 PM
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I interact with many SDA as well, and majority fail to answer "Is your name written in the book of life?" Good people, but sadly lost.

News Item8/1/19 1:45 PM
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What about a donkey and a horse producing a mule?

News Item7/25/19 7:07 PM
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It's more of discipline problem addiction problem, you can carry your phone around, but can you not use it to check your Facebook, or sneak in a quick video game during a meal. I get a lot of these problems come from the existence of social media with it's constant updates, and people having short attention spans that they can't sit still without fiddling with something.
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