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News Item12/12/13 4:14 PM
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Sometime back, someone posted this point:

"And meanwhile, every second, another sinner drops into hell for ever"

Only saints moved by the power of the Holy Spirit can have this burden.
From Gen to Rev, on whomever Gods hand anointed, it moved the saint to tearful intercession for His people. It brought Daniel to fast and pray in sackcloth & ashes. Moses, Elijah, David, even our Lord wept. Paul, even the chains of prison couldn't hold him back from getting this great message of hope out to the people. Paul had such an urgency to get to as many people as possible, that He left the baptizing to others.

God doesn't need us. The mountains & the trees would declare His name. Yet God chose us to share in His joy.

"Shall I hide from Abraham that thing which I do"

Now who are we that God would want to council with anyway?
So that, like Abraham, we too can plead with God, 'what if there's only 50'.

Somewhere, you will come across a stranger who will think you a nut for sharing Jesus. But somewhere, there's a mother that's praying day & night. What joy to her to know that her loved on has run into a saint. And one day in the darkest hour, the stranger will remember that theirs is inheritance.

No one should miss out on the joy of knowing the King of Kings.


News Item12/12/13 2:56 PM
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mourner wrote:
A successful suicide or self murder doesn't leave much of an opportunity to repent or believe in the blood of Christ for forgiveness
The biggest sin is the cold cruel clinical theologizing of others pain.

We should speak against suicide not because it will put you in hell, it won't, but because there is hope and help available. Our Lord is a Lord of hope for the helpless


News Item12/3/13 3:09 PM
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John for JESUS wrote:
1)Yes, but not "on his own" as you say. Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. (Romans 10:17 NKJV). As God says.
'Not on his own'
You need the preaching of the gospel first. You cannot have a decision to have faith without the information to have faith and the object of that faith . I get that.

Now you have two people. One accepts the gospel. The other reject it.
This is decicision left to them to make on their own. And it is theirs to make on their own for they have that ability within them.
Ergo....."on their own'

1517 wrote:
"So, to clarify, a person has the ability, within themselves, to be faithful, THEN God saves them?
what is the antecedent CAUSE of that faith?"

John for JESUS wrote:
Yes, people have the ability to have faith.
The antecedent cause is the desire of the sinner to be spared from hell or out of love for someone who loved them so much.


News Item12/2/13 12:46 PM
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GsTexas wrote:
I've explained the Gospel to people as crystal clear as possible, and it had absolutely no effect.
Why is that
Why is it that Sam won't believe?
This is the question that needs to be answered.

J4 will keep repeating his mantra, "we can only boast in the Lord".
Because it sounds biblical.

But I have a right to boast over Sam. God cannot deny the truth of that


News Item12/2/13 12:25 PM
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1517 posted-
"So, to clarify, a person has the ability, within themselves, to be faithful, THEN God saves them?
what is the antecedent CAUSE of that faith?"

John for JESUS wrote:
Yes, people have the ability to have faith.
The antecedent cause is the desire of the sinner to be spared from hell or out of love for someone who loved them so much.

Some repent and believe out of love for Jesus and fear of God's judgement.

there is a law of faith that we can obey and it results in righteousness

What J4 is saying is that a sinner has the ability within himself to repent and believe?

Why would he do that?
Because the sinner has within himself, on his own, a love for Jesus and a fear of hell.

But we shouldn't boast, for God did everything and we should be nice about it.

I am saved because I loved God and I repented. Sam over there is a wretch. I am a better man. I know I shouldn't boast, but I HAVE A RIGHT TO!
J4 is humble & he wouldn't. But I would, & I have a right to.

Where is boasting?
Paul isn't asking us a favor and saying be nice, don't boast.

"Where is boasting?"
Paul is saying you have no leg (of self faith) to stand on. You have no right!

J4, I am a better man then Sam! Not even your god can deny that!!


News Item12/2/13 4:38 AM
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Baker wrote:
1517
the arguments are all from silence and disobedience to the Covenant in which Aberaham was put to sleep , theirby God has sworn by His own Name to accomplish the promises of Gen 17:7
We play no part in it save we are
the gift passed from the Father to the Son
Baker
You do not have to answer. But there may be others following on. And it was NOT 1517's post, it was mine. I so appreciate his posts on this though.
Baker, I do appreciate your desire to honor God even if we dissagree. God bless!

OUR ARGUEMENT IS NOT FROM SILENCE, NOR ARE WE BEING DISSOBEDIENT!!

God has always required 100% compliance of all His laws. Jesus met them perfectly and completely- Mat5:17

Through Christ, WE meet all the requirements of the law perfectly -Phil3:9

Even the requirement of circumcisn Phil3:3.

We do not put any confidence in the works of the flesh. If you keep ANY part of the law, you must keep ALL the laws - Gal5:3,4; James 2:10; Gal3:10-13
Go ahead and do so -Rom10:2,3

We already are heirs to all of Abrahams promise through Christ -Gal 3:14,29

Lets look at your favourite and most quoted passage ACT2:30 next ---

GsTexas
They have NO biblical support for "the gift passed from the Father to the Son"


News Item12/1/13 1:45 PM
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1517

J4 is very clever and deceptive.
He loves the free range of the bible. There are too many rabbit holes for him to pop in and out of.

Nothing he says is in scripture. He just speaks right over the bible yet using the bible.

Hold him in one place and vet his contradiction out thoroughly. J4 loves to scamper around the bible because it hides his contradictions.

Baker wrote:
We will not resolve this Credo Peado division
There is a reason why God gave us a written down bible as opposed to leaving us with a general conscience for him - because He wants it His way!

Doctrine matters enough for God to have written it dowm


News Item12/1/13 6:56 AM
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John for JESUS wrote:
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Yes faith comes from God, but how? Is it cast upon people like some kind of Harry Potter spell? Or is it because of the preaching of the gospel? Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. That's biblical!

2)
John 3:32, 33 KJV
"And what he hath seen and heard, that he testifieth; and no man receiveth his testimony. He that hath received his testimony hath set to his seal that God is true."
I believe the key here is in the tense of the words "receiveth" and "received"

3)
John is saying nobody new currently receives the testimony of Christ, but those who had already received God's word. Those who had never believed in God before the ministry of Jesus were blinded so they could not see and deafened so they could not hear.

1)
Only the part you quoted from the bible is biblical, the rest is all you!

2)No! The bible tells us what "recieves" is -and again you over ride the bible!
-Jn 3:27b "... A man can receive nothing, except it be given him from heaven."

3)Huh? Wha? Wheredya get that?
Jn3:32,33 is John the baptst, a mortal man sayn he cannot compare to the supremacy of Christ's testimony since HE came down from above. Those that recieve HIS testimony,(Jn3:27b) has affirmed the true God.


News Item11/28/13 7:20 PM
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Who cares if Calvinist don't compromise? Should the bible compromise?

John/UK

A church needs to articulate the true clear biblical position, not a blured compromise to accomodate man. People can believe what they want, but the church can give only the biblical position.

A believer can give only the biblical position.

It's not that the Calvinist's go to heaven and everyone else not. God works on people in His time and His ways right up to the end. Salvation is of God and is in His hands.

Baker wrote:
Implicit Expicit is not going to persuade the Presbyterian who would turn that argument on it's ear. Be consistent, tell the Presbyterian where does it say for wemen to partake in the Lord's supper? Be explicit with the verse please.
If we were to do an honest exposition of the bible's position on women partaking in the Lord's supper, we could prove conclusively - beyound doubt. Why waste time?

Would you do an honest sincere examination of the paedo position? Doctrinal errors compound.

Gs asked for proof from the bible for the paedo position. Gs, that question was asked way back when, and it still stands! (Acts2:39 perhaps?)


News Item11/27/13 5:10 PM
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helping Bapti wrote:
Baptists need to learn the Covenant of Grace too!!
Especially God's commands in Genesis to Abraham.
[URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=22801202653]]]Covenant Theology & Its Implications Foundations [/URL]
[URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=1130123234]]]Infant Baptism as Covenant Keeping[/URL]
"Infant Baptism as Covenant Keeping" - Greg Price

Pastor Greg is a staunch regulative principle pastor.

Infant baptism is, at best derived from inferences, and at worst from misinterpretations.

Regulative principle, by definition is an explicit "DO/DO NOT" command principle.

How doe's an inference become an EXPLICIT COMMAND? If infant baptism was an explicit command, the debate would have been dead in the water.


News Item11/27/13 3:16 PM
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John UK wrote:
The SBC has attempted it by writing a very careful confession which embraces both, which is why they have this sort of problem.
But is it a problem?
Well some would say that the body of Christ comprises Calvinists and none else.
Others would say that the body of Christ comprises saints who have different views.
This isn't about Calvinism vs Armis. It's a label that identifies the underlying theology of man vs God. Couldn't care less about Calvinism unless it is a true representation of the biblical position. Armins gives us another gospel.
Man became god in the garden? This battle really is that battle - round two.

The body of Christ comprises of those who are clear on what the bible says about who man is and who God is.

The SBC's confession of faith is not my authority. It is a document crafted by men to accomodate men. Citing it over the bible is a joke. Tolerance is extended to people, not to another gospel.
Every church that is imploding today started out by making allowances against the bible.


News Item11/27/13 5:33 AM
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I do not see how the two positions can be reconciled.
But we do at the cost of a compromise.
Why? Because these are our friends.

Paul was right, sometimes we need to please men and pretend that we can't be sure about the Gospel. That there are many truths!

Gal 1:
" 8 But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.
9 As we said before, so say I now again, if any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.
10 For do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ."


News Item11/26/13 10:15 AM
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John for JESUS wrote:
Well isn't that what a lot of Reformed pastors teach? If they hadn't have rejected their Messiah, then there wouldn't have been a holocaust and God has now replaced them?
Current Judaism rejects Jesus as the messiah. The idea that the Jews suffered for the rejection of the messiah and the need of a messiah is offensive to Jews. The Boston Globe carries this Jewish sentiment.

J4, debating replacement theology is one thing but the Boston Globe couldn't care less about Christian theology. All Christianity is offensive.


News Item11/25/13 4:30 PM
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People are free to choose. Anyone that wants state school, should get state school. For me, this is not the one issue that marks a Christian from non Christian. But it is a topic of discussion here. If any aspect of a Christians life and conduct is important, all aspects are.

State schools are not a neutral place to learn. The corriculum is driven by God haters. The environment is steeped in the paganism and occultism that is marketed to the world.

As the resouces, network, and the support systems for homeschooling grows, it will address the weak areas and empower more people join in. This is the right direction.

Campos is advocating moving in the other direction. Danial is not a good example. Danial was taken captive to Babylonia.
If Campos is looking to draw lessons from the bible, he should look at Lot.

When given a choice, Lot looked over and saw fertile land and a city brimming with opportunity and potential. That city was Soddom & Gamorah. Lot went and dwelt among them.


News Item11/24/13 6:05 AM
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1517 wrote:
1)Christians pulling their children from the wicked public school system proves the church has abdicated

2)In history, the standard for education was the New England Primer which taught sciences (math, history, natural science,..) from biblical perspective

3)The problem is not the conspicuous wicked world, with its version of education, but the very fact that the American church has forsaken her first love, watered down the scripture, and has professing members that remain on spiritual milk, have more fear of the "Canaanites" than for the very God they profess to trust. You have "churches" embracing perversion, gluttony, easy believe-ism, and "your best life now" nonsense, and we, on this forum, sit back and wonder why we have homosexuality, evolution, and all manner of insanity pushed in schools. Hebrews 11 is not full of people "playing it safe" with the world

We need to stop coddling our children and treating them like little idols that we must do all WE can to protect them and trust in the promises if God and not trust in the fear of man. If God is for us, who can stand against?

2- that's homeschool

3- you're mixing a lot here.
I don't fear the Canaanites, just against cohabiting with them - which Campos calls "engage"


News Item11/23/13 12:09 PM
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1517 wrote:
My focus is on the parents instilling the solid rock faith that is courageous because of the object of that faith, Jesus Christ.
Anyway, Mr. Campo was saying that if our children are taught to use the mind that God has given, founded on the immovable faith on Christ, we as Christians can give an answer and should not fear the bogeyman of public education. Parents are responsible to ensure their child is equipped.
Ok then
now that they are solidly equiped, let them watch TV unfetered. See what I mean? We do fear the bogeyman, rightly

In a very real sense, Campo and all Americans already are engaging society. Where it's not safe, we protect ourselves and our children! We don't call that abdicating!


News Item11/23/13 8:41 AM
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1517 wrote:
CV,
It sort of funny that you accuse myself and Mr. Campo of conceding to the mighty anti-God Science while referring to science as the anti-God world
No, were getting on the wrong track.
A few things-

Science is not the anti-God world.

Homeschool will not add to your salvation.
Not everyone wants to homeschool. People are free to choose

To engage does not mean that you must get in there and reform them into your ways. Campos doen't realize that we are constanly engaging the world.

If the school system is hostile, we try to influence it. But if it is stubourn and getting blatanly worse, we say good riddence to Obamas ways and take our business elsewhere. If what we do is sucessful, and it appears to be, more people will join in.

Like Danial said, try us out for a week. If it doesn't work, give us the food offered to the idols.

And were not abdicating or conceding anything. Were taking full reponsibility in our own hands. If it works, poeple will network and you'll get quality resources.

God put the resposibility of the child to the parents.
"And what does the one God seek? Godly offspring"-Mal2:15
That can be done either way. Homeschooling is the more responsible way.


News Item11/23/13 6:31 AM
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1517 wrote:
CV,
Mr. Campo is saying
Was it Yuri that peeked out his sputnik window into space and declared, "I've looked and there's no God"?
On that, to the mass of humanity the impressive feat of getting off this planet in a rocket ship was enough to convince them that science had trumped religion. God was dead.

Science was not the problem, it was the atheistic philosophy behind it.

Mr Campo first needs to understand that -
1)Stateschools and homeschools can both teach science
2)And that the State is not neutral, it is rabidly hostily to Christianity. Homeschools were it's response.

Implicit in your and Campo's position is the admission that the worldly view of science is a superior science. For, it's ok to belive in God. And we should engage the world. But then we should also study science the worlds way - the true science!

1517 wrote:
Mr. Campo is saying we should not shy away from asserting the truth of God's creation in the sciences. Why sit back and allow the foolish of the world have a monopoly on the sciences when it is Christianity that has the true foundation to those sciences?
Why join them? All the more reason why they should join us!

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SteveR wrote:
Yo Yo
thats a command for all Churches including the RCC
YO YO YO
If the command is to the Churches, how does that get you to include Istar, Dagon, Nimrod, Balder, Isis, Mithra, Baal, Tammuz, Semiramis the Queen of babylon...

Sorry, I should have just said the RCC.

Steves asertion that Rev churches all had problems.

Stevie, God calls His church to correction through repentance. He does not extend that to Satan or its spawns the JW's, RCC, Islam, etc

You say that Gs's standards would exclude all but 2 of the 7 Churches.
Your standard would exclude no one. You only apply it to the RCC, but the Holy Spirit would be just as hemstrung to leave His people in Satanism. All your reasoning would apply equally here.

You read REV. The 7 Churches is Gods Churches. Your RCC is on the other side - the whore of Babylon (Gods description, not mine).


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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Actually,CV, historically speaking, it is public schools that are relatively new not homeschooling.
Historically, we started out homeschooling. Then it was state schools, and it was all state school. Homeschooling is making a (NEW) comeback now.

Why do we feel that homeschooling lacks intelectual integrity? To presuposed that in "evolution" you're exercising a superior intelecual thought process, but in creation you make a brainless leap.

What you've got is an endoctrination that - without an atheistic mindset, you lack intelect. Some seem trapped inside that box.

Way back when, when everyone was homescooled, we still produced the scientist and visionaries and built universities.

At one time, wasn't it the scientists of the day under the protection of cesar, just like today, that said that the Earth was flat. The Bible never said that. But their scientific assertion was not allowed to be challenged under penalty of death- just like today.

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