Iâ€™m thankful for this Serom Thanks Mr.Stephen for such a great message. Our Lord Jesus Christ was definitely leading you. I truly pray that more of our pastors will start speaking on this subject, every human needs to hear it.
Great Sermon! Yes, please! A lecture on the destruction of the 2nd temple would be great, especially the events around 60-70 AD. It's important for us to learn about Josephus and Tacitus and their writings.
I'm definitely not against imprecatory prayers. I sing some of them every Sunday. I'm also not against strong speech for wolves in sheep's clothing (i.e. those who lead God's sheep astray).
What I'm talking about here is pretty targeted. The general manner by which Christians should guard their tongues, especially when speaking to and around unbelievers and weaker brethren.
Trying to get a rise out of people isn't demanded in the Scriptures, quite the opposite. Everyone here knows full well, if you do a 66 book study on how, in general, we should speak, it is in reverence, humility, seasoned with grace, temperance, etc. That's the default expectation. It's the rule, not the exception to the rule.
Belittling what all women do, including Christian women, doesn't fall into the category of imprecatory prayer or harsh words for false teachers.
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The Qur'an states that Judas was crucified, not Jesus. Qur'an 4:156-159 The Qur'an States that Ishmael, not Isaac was the promised child. Qur'an Sura 37:103. In Islam, you must never call God your "father",..not even your Heavenly Father" This is blasphemy,.He is your eternal Master,..to be feared, to be respected,..but you may not place yourself so near to Him as to call God your "father", a true Muslim will never address Allah as "Father".
So,..what is to dialogue about,..? About Mohammad consummated a marriage to a 9 year old little girl when he was 54 years old? (Qur'an Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 7, Book 62)
Here is the only "dialogue" I am willing to engage in: If you are offended by our U.S. Constitutional freedoms and if you demand the anti-freedom and unconstitutional Sharia law then please do not live here,..stay where such insanity is the norm.
Let these justices obey God rather than man by ignoring the immoral dictate imposed on them, until they are forcibly booted out of office; and let God the sovereign Judge of all the earth, be their Rock and their Advocate. Persecution for the sake of righteousness-- even if it involves loss of money, influence, office-- is cause for rejoicing, not lamenting. By standing firm, these justices bear solemn witness to the truth that man has no authority to change a divine institution.
The theory of evolution not only denies the special creation of Adam; it denies there ever was a 'first man.' Evolutionists believe the species homo sapiens gradually emerged from earlier 'primates' and that from the beginning, homo sapiens was a community of evolving creatures. In other words, there was never an original human couple; never a first man; hence, there was no historic fall in time of the first man, bringing disastrous consequences upon the human race.
My point is this: there is no reasonable way to harmonize evolutionary theory with the plain declarations of the Bible regarding human origins. The Bible teaches beyond all doubt that the entire human race descended from a single couple, Adam and Eve, who were specially created by God thousands, not millions of years ago. The man was created first, and from his material substance, the first woman was created. Then the two of them were brought together in the first marriage. If all of this is but a parable or symbolic tale-- with no contextual evidence suggesting that it is-- and if the apostolic writers were wrong to base theology on the historical order of events that never took place-- we might as well throw out the Bible as incomprehensible. The school does well to maintain its position.
What many people fail to grasp is that the Confederate flag does not today, and did not in the minds of many Southerners who fought in the Civil War, stand for racism, white supremacy, or pro-slavery sentiments. Many Southerners-- including Lee himself, saw slavery as a social evil that needed to be eliminated, but they also believed in the sovereign freedom of individual states to leave the Union and then to solve their own social evils internally; so when the Southern states voted to secede from the Union, and then were attacked by the North, they supported the South in its efforts to defend state sovereignty, though they did not defend the institution of slavery or desire its perpetuation. They believed that states are responsible before God to correct their own social evils, without being forced to do so by foreign invaders (which is how the federal troops sent from Washington were viewed). We believe in the same principle, don't we? Do we think the U. S. has authority to attack Muslim lands in order to "liberate the women" who are being held as slaves in those lands? No, we believe Muslim lands are responsible before God to correct their own social evils. It would be wrong to attack them under the claim we are "liberating the oppressed."
It is so obvious that evolutionary dogmatists will go to any length to make it appear as if there were a consensus on every aspect of their theory, since it is so "obviously" true in their eyes. I recently saw a children's book promoting materialistic natural history that stated as fact the following theory of the moon's formation: the earth was hit by an asteroid shortly after it creation, the asteroid exploded, poured its metallic contents into the earth's core, while the rocky fragments that were left floating n space came together to form the moon. This was stated as scientific fact, to impress children with what scientists know about the formation of the universe; but in actual fact there is no consensus even among scientist's regarding the moon's origin. This is a 'just so' story presented as fact-- typical smoke and mirrors indoctrination by evolutionary dogmatists. And they wonder why people are skeptical of their theory!
The ruling of this judge is the very definition of state tyranny-- the sort of thing Daniel responded to with an open act of civil disobedience, continuing to do what he had always done, without regard to the unlawful decree of the state. The day has come for all Christians to follow Daniel's example, and I'm afraid that those who chide their fellow Christians for political involvement will soon find themselves embroiled in acts of civil disobedience that will result in their being dragged into the political spotlight whether they want to be there or not, as they are called to defend their actions before the civil authorities.