Jim Lincoln wrote: Of course Paul Ryan push they tax plan that was beneficial to multi-millionaires like him
Our own socialist here at SA. There is more than adequate proof that the rich are paying way more than their fair share of tax burden. From the WSJ
"For 2018, households in the top 20% will have income of about $150,000 or more and 52% of total income, about the same as in 2017. But they will pay about 87% of income taxes, up from about 84% last year. By contrast, the lower 60% of households, who have income up to about $86,000, receive about 27% of income."
But Jimbo thinks it should be confiscated at a higher rate and redistributed to â€śless fortunateâ€ť. Annoyed that people can keep more of their own money instead of it being confiscated by the government, very telling. It is a big duh, if you pay $1000 in taxes and I pay a million my tax cut is worth more.
In all your internet searches and â€śresearchâ€ť Jim do one on the 8th commandment.
Listened last night to a podcast so don't assume I'm a listener please. Just said American Vision is an unreliable source, there's more to reconstructionism than 'believing in God's law as the standard of justice... should try listen to link sent in earlier post exposing this false organization and get out of legalist, kingdom now movement..can understand why the fruit of allegations, conveniently leaving out full context. Have you never heard of Christ in you the hope of glory..Col 1:27, you should study more the history of how the Gospel first came to SA, as PH discussed specific time frame, this being the subject in hand if you read properly earlier posts. Branding people as racists and nazis unfairly is the typical liberal tactic just like they call Bible believers bigots wh standing up for truths in the Bible. God is the one who decided on separate tribes, nations, tongues even in Heaven it will so be. Rev 7:9 After this I beheld, and, lo, a great multitude, which no man could number, of all nations, and kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne, and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands;' Many different tribes throughout Africa over the last 38 years may be there because Peter Hammond obeyed the great commission. Praise Go
The importance of solid foundations. I am a structural draughtsman who fully understands the importance of structural foundations and concur with you disruptions of the foundations you dug and cast in reinforced concrete below your mother's old house. Thank you once again for sharing the Gospel and remembering us your students in prayer. I believe the word "beginning" as opposed to " beginnings" (plural) has inflicted unimaginable damage to the Gospel because the Book of Genesis is a solid foundation that people need upon which to build their understanding of our origins. The so called evolutionists have exploited
If you donâ€™t want to see the original sources because AV believes in using Godâ€™s Law as the standard of Justice, Iâ€™m sorry. However, it appears you listen to the Neo-Nazi podcasts, so you know that what I was saying is not bearing false witness.
â€śWhat's wrong with saying that?â€ť Because it gives glory to the creature rather than the Creator. Because not all White people spread Truth. Because the Gospel did not originate in Europe, and because Europeans werenâ€™t the first to take the Gospel to Africa.
Nazism and Racism are evil. This is a simple statement of fact, not an accusation or slander.
Communists also believe grass is green and the sky is blue. We are all one blood decended from Noah. The only concern for a Christian is that they marry in the Lord- not in skin tone.
Pointing out words and actions un-becoming of a Christian let alone a â€śPastorâ€ť is only â€śpersecutionâ€ť in the minds of those who are too proud to recieve any correction. Past good deeds do not excuse current wrong ones such as challenging others to a duel. Throwing the victim card is the last resort of those who have no defence.
Jim, I had to laugh, a prime candidate indeed. I believe that the government shutdown and subsequent furloughed employees will seek employment elsewhere, thus in the mind of defenders of DJT , will think â€ś that is one way to drain a swamp â€ś.
Dolores Wrote: "Just some thoughts that I have about being reverent when using Godâ€™s name."
Ditto to that, Dolores. I cringe, and feel angry inside when I hear God's name used foolishly, and especially when used with other vulgar words. When anyone uses His name in daily, worldly conversation, and when anyone uses His name with a vulgar word attached, right before, or after it, I'm never not stunned at the irreverence, and lack of fear of the one who can destroy body and soul. My own wife, one time, and one time only, standing mere feet away from me, used the "F" word along with His name, and let me tell you, it took all of the inner strength I had not to flip right out. I was so angry that something like that would ever come out of her mouth, and I sure let her know it, not to mention her knowing how I would feel about it. She almost let it slip out one other time, but stopped short as I glared at her. She's Roman Catholic, and I would never have expected anything like that to ever proceed from her mouth, and she expressed no remorse after, as if it wasn't any big deal.
The discipleship curriculum needs to bring back prayer and fasting, so that today's disciples will have more power and spiritual energy to deal with evil spirits, which are still roaming this earth and dwelling in people.
Of course, those who have never read the KJV will not have any idea what I'm talking about.
Frank wrote: Well I donâ€™t think the forum should be used as a social platform; I use emails for that. So your post indicated that Anglican literature in those bookstores simply showed they were apostates. I was under the impression that some Anglican identified themselves as Lutheran so I felt I was somewhat on topic? And I have never run across a religious church that actually said the things I noted on their web page. So, I just thought you would find it interesting. No ulterior motive brother!
No problem brother Pilgrim.
Yes I did find it interesting, and no, I never heard that any Anglicans identified themselves with Lutheranism. That was a puzzlement to me. That's all bro.
Of course, not all Anglican writers were or are apostates. My all-time favourite writer, to whom I turn whenever I need help with a passage, especially in the gospels, is that amazing Anglican Bishop, J. C. Ryle, whose warmhearted expositions of scripture always delight the soul and give great encouragement. Liverpool was very blessed to have him there, but I doubt many, if any, of the modern Anglicans would read him today.