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It's a shame that you, Frank would call John a 'brother' but I guess you two are 'brothers' in the sense that you both are arrogant, never wrong, misogynists who label EVERY woman as 'feminist'. I now know how you must control women, you tried with me. When I started talking to other brethren, you acted like a grade school bully, then kicked me out of your 'fellowship' and labeled me a 'feminist'. You embrace someone who never needs to repent, but I suppose that is your mindset as well isn't it Frank? Birds of a feather

I'd rather NOT be in the same circle with you and John - both of you are never wrong, never in need of correction, and have a very low view of women. Again, I consider it a blessing by God to be persecuted and called names by BOTH of you.
I am sick and tired of the fake, phony brand of Christianity that you both represent - the only way anybody can 'get along' with either of you is IF they bow down and agree with every jot and tittle.
No thanks

Keep your brand of religion and give me Christ and His humble followers any day.


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What a terrible thing it is to murder innocent people. From what I heard on the TV, the count is likely to be much higher. The article said they aren't sure who is responsible for this mass murder. I have always been very good at this, so let me take a guess and say it was someone involved with Islam. Last sentence was an attempt at sarcasm.

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John Lee wrote:
What I will continue to do, is to stand up for the Lordship of Christ, not only as a doctrine but also a reality, where Christ is truly Lord over the church, that is, The Head of the body, and that all Christians are duty bound to be subservient to HIM, not to politically correct festivals, feast days, whether it be Easter, Christmass, Lent, Pentecost, Halloween, All Saints, Equinoxes or any other sniff of paganism or spiritual prostitution or adultery.
Amen brother! In my case, I consider all days to be the same. "Most" church meetings today remind me of social gatherings and not to worship and serve our Lord.

What a wonderful day it will be when the Lord separates the wheat from the tares!!

Hang in there brother!


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It didn't take long for John to return to his old ways.
The arrogance of John UK is astounding he has belittled James, Lurker and Tim, not to mention myself and sister MS. He left the forum briefly after his last round of arrogant tongue {or should I say typing} lashing towards others here and now he's back. NO repentance for his wrongly accusing others, no repentance of his belittling them. Now he insults Tim and the preachers John says Tim is guided by and labels them as 'yee ha'. The arrogance is dripping from his comment to Tim.
The best way to handle pride-filled Pharisees like John who always exalts himself over others and is never wrong; is to not engage them.
He also never repented of his defense of a Roman Catholic mystic or an ecumenist evangelical.
I could care LESS what 'John UK' thinks or says about me, evil speaking is a sin and he will be held accountable for his belittling accusations against ALL. If a sinner does not repent, then obviously the Spirit of God is not working and convicting them is He? True brothers and sisters do NOT cut others down on a continual basis. Loving the brethren is never represented by talking down to them.
When will others here call John UK/Lee to repentance? How long will you all sit back and let him continue to ridicule others

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Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
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Do you have a biblical warrant for calling men of God you have never met or heard “Yee Ha” preachers? No, of course not. Blind guide.

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Getting tired reading about teeth? It's giving you a toothache? Well just slide down to the end of the article, read about:

https://tinyurl.com/y5nvqr9o "The Ancient Math That Sets the Date of Easter and Passover " đź‘Ť

It has more about the meaning of the season then dentists do. Not only processed sugar is hard on teeth, but before processed sugar, nuts were known to wear down teeth, đź‘Ž which was was seen in many old skeletons.


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Brother Tim,

It is so obvious to me that you have been sitting under the ministry of Yee Ha Preachers for so long, that you believe it is a perfectly normal way of going on. But there is no biblical warrant for Yee Ha Preachers. They are an invention of the IFB churches, only found in America.

I do my best to accommodate Yee Ha adherents, but they just can't help themselves. As I've always said, "If you attend a church for long enough, you will become like the people there. So if you find the people distasteful, go somewhere else."

What I will continue to do, is to stand up for the Lordship of Christ, not only as a doctrine but also a reality, where Christ is truly Lord over the church, that is, The Head of the body, and that all Christians are duty bound to be subservient to HIM, not to politically correct festivals, feast days, whether it be Easter, Christmass, Lent, Pentecost, Halloween, All Saints, Equinoxes or any other sniff of paganism or spiritual prostitution or adultery.

Now brother, you are not to be hot under the collar; this is not wise nor good for you. It IS good for you to love me as a brother, because I am not a heretic but a blood-bought child of God. Thank you.


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This helps explain why the Catholic Church in the USA is not opposing the flood of immigration from Mexico and Central America. They figure they are mostly Catholics arriving, so they will help keep their membership up. You can check your local Catholic church's list of service and find several in Spanish.
But in Italy, a cardinal wrote a book recently opposing immigration, because in Europe it is mostly from Africa and mostly Moslems. The irony was that this stands in opposition to the Pope's statements.
Another reason why church attendance is declining? Maybe technology--it makes everything custom, to order, like your music choices. No longer do people listen to radio stations to hear their favorite songs come up--they create their own 'playlist' online and listen to that.
They don't wait for news items on a health issue to appear in their local newspaper but just go to various websites specific to that issue.
So, why would they bother going to sit for an hour or more in a place where they don't know what will be told them, they can't sing the songs (hymns), they can't talk back, and they can't even complain about what was told them for that hour, or about the music. And then they are told to give ten percent of their gross income to that group operating that bldg!

News Item4/21/19 5:25 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
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John Lee, do you agree that the Bible describes churches as having bishops, deacons and saints? Are you a member of such a body? If not, are you seeking to become a member of such a body?
Do you agree that the Bible describes pastors as rulers? Are you currently under submission to a biblically ordained church ruler? If not, are you trying to get to the place of such submission?
Do you agree that Romans 14:4-23 is in the Bible? Do you agree that there is a biblical warrant contained therein to let people who want to observe special days unto the Lord do so without judging or molesting them? If so, then why do you refuse to obey? Is it I who have set myself against God and His Word, or is it possible that you should look in the mirror and say, “Thou art the man”?

News Item4/21/19 4:31 PM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
John, you seem to be missing the good Dr.'s point.
You'll have to forgive me if I'm wrong, brother. But I think it is you who is missing the good Dr.'s point/attitude.

Just thinking wrote:
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Where is biblical warrant to remember the OC Passover? No longer remembering delivery from Egypt to a promised land, but delivery from sin by and to a person.
The yearly festival, at which Jesus celebrated the passover with his disciples and spoke to them about the bread and wine being his body and blood, shows that what they did that night was common ground with what Jesus was about to do. It was a communal meal, the main purpose of which was to remember the blood of redemption, whereby their firstborn sons were saved from death by a substitute. Do you believe that the apostles never ever celebrated the passover again?

Now JT, let me say that I do not believe the way we do The Lord's Table today is anything at all like what Jesus had in mind when he said, "This do in remembrance of me." And I do not believe that the early disciples would recognise a lot of what we do in the name of Jesus. We gladly censure Catholicism, yet neglect to observe our own faults.


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Unfortunately, Mr. Kushner does not realize the importance of today, as Resurrection Sunday. In fact you can say he led his wife astray,

Matthew 23:15
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you travel around by sea and land to make one proselyte; and when he becomes one, you make him twice as much a son of Gehenna as yourselves.

Andrew Prokop wrote:
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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators are reportedly interested in the senior White House adviser for a plethora of reasons — including, but not limited to, the central topic of whether the Trump team worked with Russia to interfere with the 2016 campaign.

Meanwhile, Kushner’s security clearance was recently downgraded. For unclear reasons, the FBI has refused to grant him full “top secret” status — throwing his position in the White House into doubt.

Additionally, and probably not coincidentally, more and more questions have been raised about Kushner’s efforts in recent years to drum up investments in his family’s real estate projects — and whether those efforts inappropriately overlapped with his work in the Trump transition or White House....

excerpt from, "Jared Kushner’s many, many scandals, explained"

https://tinyurl.com/yczokrvj


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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A bit of trivia that can still add to the USA Today article, because that article is still there.

Robinson Meyer wrote:
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These holidays have a lot in common: They share themes of liberation and triumph; they both involve buying a lot of eggs; they were both a pretty big deal for Jesus. This year, they also overlap. Passover’s week-long festival begins on the night of April 19, while Easter falls on Sunday, April 21. And this makes sense: In the Gospels, the existential drama of Easter happens against the backdrop of Passover. Yet about 15 percent of the time, the two holidays actually occur a month apart.

What causes this mismatch? ...

excerpt from, "The Ancient Math That Sets the Date of Easter and Passover "

https://tinyurl.com/y5nvqr9o


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John Lee wrote:
JT, Jesus celebrated the passover every year for about 33 years.
Luke 2:41 KJV
(41)  Now his parents went to Jerusalem every year at the feast of the passover.
It was at such a passover, that he taught us to make use of the bread and wine in order to remember him in his death.
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Note,
Exodus 12:14 KJV
(14)  And this day shall be unto you for a memorial; and ye shall keep it a feast to the LORD throughout your generations; ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance for ever.
Called the feast of unleavened bread.
Compare with 1 Cor 5:8, Therefore let us keep the feast.....
He did indeed observe the Passover for about 33 years, being under the law until the cross, when he became the Passover. What was it he said about remembrance?

1 Cor 11:24,25
And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me.
After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me.

Where is biblical warrant to remember the OC Passover? No longer remembering delivery from Egypt to a promised land, but delivery from sin by and to a person.


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Wayfarer pilgrim | Lubbock, Tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer pilgrim
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The social architecture of most western countries believe that if you have a liberal abortion policy, there will be less crimes as trans generational criminal activity began with an outlaw grandfather who begot a outlaw son who begot an outlaw daughter who aborted her future outlaw children. The idea that this works best in African American neighborhoods is no reflection on the liberal social architecture of what progressives think about people of culture. So you go with your social architectural thesis, no man has a soul as there is no God. That is the world’s answer to sin ... without a cross, a tomb or a Risen Savior.

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From article:-
""These legal rights will also allow the government to regulate and tax the groups, said Lino Cárdenas, president of the constitutional committee of Bolivia’s chamber of deputies.

“Churches have the full right to profess the faith but they also have obligations before the state, which must regulate them to ensure that the population is not deceived,” he said.""

Oh Goody!!
The Government will 'regulate' the churches??

That should have interesting consequences!!

Acts 5:28 Saying, Did not we straitly command you that ye should not teach in this name? and, behold, ye have filled Jerusalem with your doctrine, and intend to bring this man's blood upon us.
29 Then Peter and the other apostles answered and said, We ought to obey God rather than men."


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B. McCausland wrote:
1. How then eggs, rabbits, carrots and chickens have become emblems associated with a festival of the plan of redemption or of a resurrected Saviour?
I guess I missed where anybody here said they were? We are talking about the resurrection of Christ, maybe you should answer your own question since you brought it up.

Here is a link that addresses some of that by the way

https://answersingenesis.org/holidays/easter/are-the-symbols-and-customs-of-easter-of-pagan-origin/

John, you seem to be missing the good Dr.'s point. You carry a leather-bound Bible made by things non-existent in Biblical times (they only had hand copied scrolls and certainly few had entire Bibles) where is you warrant in the Bible to carry the specific one you use? Where is the warrant as to how people are assembled? Are you in a circle, are. you separated by gender, does the teacher sit and the congregants stand or vice-versa? None of the attire you wear was around at the time of the apostles. Should you find outfits that mimic their time? He is saying not all things have specific commandments or restrictions in the Word of God. You have to use Biblical principles to govern these things not very specific Biblical warrant.


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B. McCausland wrote:
1. How then eggs, rabbits, carrots and chickens have become emblems associated with a festival of the plan of redemption or of a resurrected Saviour?
2. The Israel calendar and the church calendar are two different things. The first was God-ordained for the instructing of the oncoming redemption through Christ by which all is fulfilled. The second is man made.
3. No church should come under to the first, less we think in reverse as judaisers, and much less under the man-made.
4. The Passover is fulfilled in Christ whose remembrance is the Lord's table.
Sister B, good to hear from you.

1. Good question. Bro US maybe has an answer to that.

2. Absolutely yes to that statement!

3. It seems to make sense, and is commonly thought true. But then, are we saying that the apostles were still figuring these things out after Pentecost and beyond? And that their involvement with some of the rituals would eventually cease?

4. At the Lord's Table we are remembering our Passover Lamb slain for us; and not only for us, but for all the saints, even from the OT times. I am seeing this as a yearly remembrance at the moment, sister, just as Passover always has been.


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Poor ole Archbishop can't trust 'his god' to keep the planet going until the end!!

"We believe that responding to climate change is an essential part of our responsibility to safeguard God's creation. Our environmental campaign exists to enable the whole church to address - in faith, practice and mission - the issue of climate change.
"Reducing the causes of climate change is essential to the life of faith. It is a way to love our neighbour and to steward the gift of creation."
(Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury)

Meanwhile....
GOD teaches:-
Gen 8:21 And the LORD smelled a sweet savour; and the LORD said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man's sake; for the imagination of man's heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more every thing living, as I have done.
22 While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease."


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""Many other proud socialists, communists, and globalists have also called for using the man-made global-warming hypothesis to transform the world.""

On the other hand....

"The biblical history of the earth, contained in the first 11 chapters of the book of Genesis, provides a useful and sufficient framework for evaluating the current global warming issue. As we have seen, CO2 is a natural atmospheric gas that is essential for man’s existence. It is not a pollutant. The atmosphere is likely deficient in CO2 compared with the original created atmosphere. Reducing CO2 would definitely create problems, but increasing it will not. Burning fossil fuels merely returns CO2 to its place of origin. Forests are to be used for man’s benefit. They are not needed to produce O2 and they have no intrinsic rights, but should be managed responsibly and effectively.

Basic science is consistent with the biblical history and argues strongly against the global warming hypothesis." (Rod Martin)

https://answersingenesis.org/environmental-science/climate-change/a-proposed-bible-science-perspective-on-global-warming/


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Sad. Christ was once exalted in these nations.
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