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News Item3/19/19 10:01 AM
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Those who profess to have the mind of Christ in these things, Unprofitable, often look like the world.
How a parent dresses or allows their children to dress is not unimportant at all.
Doesn't it creep you out that some pervert could easily be looking at your children at the swimming pool or beach? Your children aren't trying to provoke that but you, as a parent, are absolutely and should be accountable for putting them in a position in which someone can look at them in "glorified underwear".
While someone can be perverted without provocation, we ought not to cater to that.
It is not insignificant that the Lord told us to dress modestly and gave us principles which we could follow to that end.
..and "naked" and immodest is still "naked" and immodest whether it suits the public occasion or not.
A swimming suit is inappropriate in a store. A swimming suit is inappropriate in a public pool...as an example.

News Item3/19/19 9:47 AM
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Good news indeed! He kept them under the shadow of His wings.

News Item3/18/19 10:06 AM
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It's time for parents to quit putting their children dressed in immodest attire out in public and to quit subjecting them to sexualized programming that has become so widely accepted.
Children will emulate what they see.
Dads-if you don't want your girls to dress like whores, don't watch women dressed like whores on television.

News Item3/18/19 9:54 AM
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Thank you, June, for your zeal, steadfastness and links.
Sadly, the Grahams are still carrying much negative influence.
I have heard Billy being quoted twice now within a month's period of time at a local baptist church.
Ladybug, there is often a carry over between the threads.
June did make mention of CCM at Franklin Graham's shows.
Since there is a link between CCM and that which is "hip" within the church, mention of Frankie's crusades are fair game.

News Item3/15/19 4:56 PM
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Proverbs 12:10

“A righteous man regardeth the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel.”


News Item3/14/19 9:36 AM
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RCs, Jesuits and Masons have a lot in common.

News Item3/14/19 9:34 AM
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Jesus is the focal point of ministry.
Performers are the focal point of CCM.
There is a vast difference between the hymns and today's "Christian" music.
I would venture to say that most CCM "artists" wouldn't do what they do if not for the accolades which they receive.
I cringe every time I tune into a Christian radio station only to hear a whiny man singing like a woman or a woman cooing out a song as she was singing to her latest flame.
I doubt if Fanny Crosby or the other hymn writers would have taken center stage, dressed in hip apparel and skinny jeans to sing.

News Item3/13/19 10:38 AM
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I would take greater issue with Christians who reduce themselves to calling lost people names based on their poor speech.
Considering how this country has killed the English language, it is only appropriate.
Maybe if she was a weather girl or football player, she could be elevated to a more favorable view in many Christians' eyes.

News Item3/13/19 10:19 AM
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Unprofitable...you often err in adding to what I have written. I didn't say that one could not have fun. I said that wrestling, in Scripture, is not for that purpose. The onus is on you all, not me.
It must not have been too much fun for Jacob when he walked away with a limp and your view of God is warped if you think that He delighted in causing Jacob physical pain.
Being the monster tickling your grandson is hardly analogous to wrestling as a sport in this country.
You both are off the deep end.

News Item3/12/19 1:42 PM
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You need to reread what I wrote. I was very emphatic about how we wrestle not against flesh and blood. We do not and Jacob did not. God is not flesh and blood. Jacob wrestled God. The form which God took (man) didn't diminish the fact that He was God.
Further, it definitely was not for the fun or sport of it.

News Item3/12/19 12:29 PM
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I didn't say that Jacob didn't wrestle God...surely you understand the difference between wrestling mere man (flesh and blood) vs. wrestling God...powers,principalities,etc.?

News Item3/12/19 9:59 AM
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There is a difference between simply man and God so Jacob's wrestling event cannot be used to support wrestling for a sport.

News Item3/11/19 5:01 PM
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Jacob was first a deceiver.
We're all brats until we have the fear of the Lord.
Spiritual pride is not taking a stand for that which is true.
People with big toes always accuse those who are in disagreement with them as being self-righteous.

News Item3/11/19 3:10 PM
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Well, you could almost have a point if we wrestled against God in the flesh but then God did say that we wrestle NOT against FLESH and BLOOD. I don't know of any Christians who have had this experience as Jacob did. It was God with whom he was physically wrestling.
Sadly, this is all that you have to support wrestling, as a sport, no less.
...you appear to have lost the bout.
I think God in His wisdom just laid out enough principles in the Bible so that hardened hearts or those who love the world would stay confused. He wants us to obey Him but also knows when we love the world ,... if one cannot understand spiritual things, they are of the natural and so prefer it.
It's almost beyond comprehension how one who says that they are a Christian could condone wrestling...attacking other people...certainly not an example of esteeming others before ones self...probably a little pride of life there too.
As far as nakedness...God laid out for us what constitutes nakedness. Much to the chagrin of many, his standards are actually stricter than most of whom you would call "legalists". He would not tell us on many occasions to not be naked if He did not make clear what "naked" is.
All of his words are true.

News Item3/11/19 1:42 PM
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Jacob wrestled with the Lord. What's your point? ...we wrestle not against flesh and blood as previously stated.
Apparently,Unprofitable doesn't approve of God's definition of nakedness.
I hate to lay this on you but women shouldn't expose their legs either..it's in there.
"Doc", if you cannot or refuse to grasp that we ought not to beat on one another for fun or sport....can't help you.
Yes, Canuck, it is sad.
people so bent on defending that which is immodest and violent for their own convenience. One wonders why they pray for the world when they so love it in so many ways as it is.
They should be so zealous to defend Scripture as they are to slam those who do.

News Item3/11/19 12:19 PM
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L bug, nakedness is defined in many passages of Scripture...the one I cited, for instance. While Aaron was a priest, he was also a man. If one searches for many passages regarding attire and nakedness, one may have a better understanding of what constitutes nakedness.
Since we all (men and women) are to avoid being naked or uncovering others nakedness, it would behoove us to know what that is and not align our cultural standards with those of Scripture.
One clear example of being naked in the Bible is exposing ones loins and thighs.
People who think that lay people are allowed to walk around naked while God makes an exception for just those in service of the Lord (which, aren't all of His children, any way?) are really choosing the world's ways over the Lord's.
Of course, I wouldn't expect most to embrace God's standards on the modesty issue because then they would have to abandon many of their idols...which would run the gamut of most of their sports and entertainment and every day apparel.
How can people fathom the thought of not running around naked in swimming (cess) pools?
...and we wonder why we have been turned over to that which is vile.

News Item3/11/19 10:34 AM
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Ladybug and Frank...

Exodus 28:42 - And thou shalt make them linen breeches to cover their nakedness; from the loins even unto the thighs they shall reach:

..so much for Scripture not addressing men's attire


News Item3/10/19 5:12 PM
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We do not judge hearts but we do judge actions. I never said that I didn't judge. I do judge actions.
If one has to be biblically naked or harm others for their sport, they are contrary to Scripture.
I noticed that you conveniently use the word "sport" rather than the topic at hand, which was wrestling.
As far as prayer..it is the prayers of a righteous man which God hears...

News Item3/10/19 3:25 PM
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I can, with a totally clear conscience speak against being naked and beating up on people for sport, l bug, as I do not partake of such.
If I wrestled for sport then I would be a hypocrite to speak against someone else wrestling.
I appreciate canuck's input as he is a Christian who has come out of that.
If we are to be totally sinless before we can judge anything, then we need not have a judicial system, discipline our children, or squawk "legalism","legalism" on open forums.
This fellow is better off hearing the concern in regards to his choice of sport rather than be commended because he won't beat on a girl.
We do others no favor and cannot possibly love them if we do not point out unChrist-like behavior.
Seemingly, you have arrived and are free from sin as you have no qualms about judging my heart...which one cannot.
Apparently, any principles set forth in Scripture are too legalistic for you.
Having liberty is being free NOT to sin and license.
It is very telling when people get defensive when one makes a comment against modesty,drinking,etc.

News Item3/10/19 2:13 PM
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You are judging me because I believe that Scripture speaks against people being naked (biblical definition)and beating on one another for entertainment? Really?
Your problem, l bug,is that you have limited understanding of what the Bible says in these matters...there are principles clearly laid out...it's simply a matter of understanding...which is to depart from evil
Calling someone a legalist is being a legalist. If those who hate the appearance of evil or evil are not your cup of tea, then so be it...I rather have the approval of Jesus than those with big toes.
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