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Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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MS wrote:
Doing well brother.
Going to be great grandparents for the second time..guess we're getting old too.
Blessings to you and yours.
God's blessing to you sister!! Congratulations. Glad to see you posting. We, by the grace of God, are thoroughly enjoying our two grandchildren. One thing for sure, God is good!!

News Item6/24/18 9:08 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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MasterDummy Wrote:
What is sin of Sodom that people can not be save from?

I think he was speaking from a "homosexual Christians" perspective. Murder is sin, rape is sin, lying and stealing are sin...whatever God says is sin, is sin, homosexuality excluded.
"Our Jesus isn't a bigot", "Our Jesus loves everyone", and "God made us this way", are the usual, homesexual Christian", mantras.


News Item6/24/18 8:29 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Let's see, we had color TV, but no remotes, just the knobs. We had the rotary phones, with private lines, but I do know what a party line is from watching the Brady Bunch, I think it was. Big hair was in. I remember a few of the games we had, Sorry, Operation, and Monopoly, among others. There were cigarette machines everywhere with the knob you'd pull and the pack would drop down...my mom used to send me and they were $0.65. Stone washed denim was in. When kids at school had a disagreement, they'd meet by the flagpole after school to fight it out instead of shooting each other up, and they'd shake hands after. Everyone had a record player and a boombox. Bicycles were basic one-speed, or ten speed with the ram handlebars. Hair was mostly long, parted down the middle, or feathered. Modes of transportation were car, bicycle, or skateboard. Curfews were practiced and kept. Discipline by spanking was in, legal, and seemed to work well.😊 Weekend fun was going to the movies or rollerskating at the local rink. I don't remember ever hearing of murders, rapes, any sort of a bigoted hate crime, or kids shooting up a school. I know they happened, obviously, but so few that none are even recalled. Life was simple, and so much less stressful, carefree, and relatively safe.

News Item6/24/18 7:59 PM
MS  Find all comments by MS
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Thanks Chris for your thoughts, and I agree.
Life was much simpler when I was young.Our only communication was a rotary phone on the wall (party line) and for entertainment, a transistor radio..

Ah, the good old days...sigh.


News Item6/24/18 7:28 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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MS Wrote:
I have a similar one..walking on a deserted North Atlantic beach with my dear granddad as he talked to me of many great life lessons.

Sounds like that would have been a good candidate for a Norman Rockwell painting.

The good old days really were the good old days. Familys were strong, times were more simple, the shelves had books and games, instead of tablets and PlayStations, modesty was in, you could leave the doors unlocked, people were neighborly, and values were strong, all relatively speaking. Today...hmmm. Goodbye, yesterday.


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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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...as an instrument of divine grace, something in the hand of God to reclaim those he loves.

http://mopres.org/safari/article/30.html

The case of Memorial will be a closely watched one the presbytery level and perhaps at General Assembly. It represents a bell weather case as to whether the PCA will remain true to the Bible or slide off with the others.


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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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Memorial Presbyterian Church is a session & congregation under the Missouri Presbytery. While the presbytery's website does not have a specific news item about how it is dealing with this errant session, there is a paper from October 2017 posted reaffirming the presbytery's stance to a Biblical view of marriage (1 man & 1 woman) and otherwise celibacy. This is a concluding summary statement:

What of Those Same-Sex-Attracted Men and Women in Our Midst Who Reject This
Teaching and Live Out Their Attractions?

Our conclusion now remains what it was in 1994, being adopted back then by our Presbytery: that homosexual sexual expression cannot be accommodated in the church of Jesus Christ if she is to remain faithful to her Master and to the God-given identity of her people; and that in fact, those who claim to be Christ-followers in our churches and yet are participating in homosexual acts or intentionally cultivating erotic homosexual attachments, need the church to exercise a humble, careful, and grace-laced discipline of them for the safety of their endangered souls, the honor of Jesus Christ, and the faithfulness of the church as the bride of Christ. We say this with sadness but without embarrassment, because while such discipline is hard, it is represented in Scripture as a


News Item6/24/18 7:01 PM
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Sounds lovely James.What wonderful memories to always cherish.

I have a similar one..walking on a deserted North Atlantic beach with my dear granddad as he talked to me of many great life lessons.


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James Thomas | FLA  Find all comments by James Thomas
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MS wrote:
Thank you bro. James.
Children are indeed an heritage of the Lord.
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Btw-I enjoyed reading your birding experience's on the other thread.
As I did yours sister MS. The wildlife sure brings enjoyment and peace to us. I know some of the most memorable times in my life have been in a bass boat with my dad at the crack of dawn on the peaceful glasslike lake we fished many a time.

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Thank you bro. James.
Children are indeed an heritage of the Lord.
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Btw-I enjoyed reading your birding experience's on the other thread.

News Item6/24/18 6:09 PM
James Thomas | FLA  Find all comments by James Thomas
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Congrats to you and Mr MS on God's new blessing coming your way.

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MasterDummy | Found, not lost any more  Contact via emailFind all comments by MasterDummy
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penned wrote:
interesting. was not Mr. Littleton escorted out of the convention by police before the ERLC session?
Here a link of what Mr. Littleton said about his adventure at the convention

http://bluecollarsaints.org/2018/06/18/living-like-a-refugee-in-the-southern-baptist-convention/


News Item6/24/18 5:17 PM
MS  Find all comments by MS
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Doing well brother.
Going to be great grandparents for the second time..guess we're getting old too.

Blessings to you and yours.


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MS wrote:
Frank
Thanks sister! I hope things are going well with you. My wife and I are doing fine.

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Dr. Tim wrote:
No, we expect saved people to repent of every known sin--except the sin of Sodom.
What is sin of Sodom that people can not be save from?

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What is the real difference between sodomites claiming they are Christians and Mohler signing the Manhattan Declaration saying that Roman Catholics and Greek Orthodox belong to Christianity? I wonder which one confuses the most people?

These are rhetorical questions of course. The Manhattan Declaration wins hands down.


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"the world population needs to be brought down to as near zero as possible"

Bill Gates had brought these new ideas to us, to save the planet from "global warming", and by instituting vaccine programs and reproductive services like china

Title: New vaccines will permanently alter your DNA

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2017/11/05/new-vaccines-will-permanently-alter-your-dna/

Here is the punchline: “The viruses invade human cells with their DNA payloads, and the synthetic gene is incorporated into the recipient’s own DNA. If all goes well, the new genes instruct the cells to begin manufacturing powerful antibodies.”

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2018/06/07/police-raid-scientists-who-discovered-new-vaccine-dangers/

"Two scientists discover that vaccines are contaminated, in the manufacturing process, with many small particles of metals that are toxic to humans when injected. Alarming."

"The published research is ignored. Then the scientists are raided by police."


News Item6/24/18 3:36 PM
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Christopher000 wrote:
Penny Wrote:
"if one was to listen to the footage of Melania at the border, which the mainstream media will keep from Christians eyes, you will hear her asking the staff about the situation these children are in."
I listened and watched as a conservative talking head played the footage and discussed it. All the the non-conservatives could seem to focus on was what it said on the back of her jacket, and the poor, crying child, whose own father said she was only crying because she was put down for a moment. Astonishing hatred and hipocrisy.
thanks Christopher!

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Country Boy | Alabama  Find all comments by Country Boy
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It might help if you quoted verses out of the Bible, Jim.
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