Amen. But when people "pray about it" and work in their minds that God is supposedly telling them, then pants, jewelry, no veils or whatever else is then ok. Professed believers should not wonder why unbelievers reject Christ.
B. McCausland wrote: The argument of robes and pans having been used over centuries in different cultures by men and women, overlooks the Western connotation of propriety in two ways. 1. The wearing of pans in the West has its roots in the feminist agenda, which out of rebellion and contempt promotes the unbiblical unisex philosophy. By association, a woman adhering to it participates, or affirms in principle of such philosophy. 2. Most pans are confectioned to accentuate sensual appeal in the woman by bringing attention to her thighs, loins of groin. A valuable sermon in these lines is â€˜Modesty: Wearing the robes of Righteousness' by Scott T. Brown in Father Daughter Retreat
I done told you long ago, man has no right to "legalize" any marriage. Where was all this foolish time-wasting nonsense back when the State god started giving marriage licenses? "God is judging this land" for that and for all those who go and get licenses. Add more judgment for birth certificates and ss#s. Stop taking SA word-choking propaganda BAIT and focus on loving God and loving your neighbor. Go visit the brethren!
Hey Brother Saint Dylan, how does a freeborn man and woman and their freeborn children who are citizens of the kingdom of heaven get into these particular lands without harassment?
The State Supremacists like Jim Lincoln in the Romans 13 cult will only pray to their god for more chastisement for Kent challenging the beast!
pennnned wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYShw4J73UA title: "Urgent.. Yazoo Prison Torturing Pastor Kent Hovind" folks they've been moving him around and now he's in some kind of solitary situation, as they've done to him so many times where they put him in a cold room without necessary clothing, even though they are supposed to be letting him out in a number of days. apparently people close to him are concerned that he won't make it out. please pray for him!
"In many ways, they have it much better than we do. They live life. We, on the other hand, live in a world of sterile, square boxes. We live in a box, work in a box and drive a box. In the evenings we sit and stare at a box till we fall asleepâ€”then wake up and do it all over again.
"So what do we do? We do our damnedest to try to convince them to want to be like us. We want them to become a "developed" country. Why? So we can sell them all our crap. And in doing so, we ruin them."
All in the name of Jesus.
And I do have to it add, that if they don't submit their resources when/if demanded, then they'll just just be murdered.
Yes. True. I agree. Just maybe, maybe, the thievery may diminish or cease. Or not. They should try it and see what happens.
And forgiveness, I didn't think Christ gave us options on when not to forgive.
s c wrote: BSE,your logic fails,that's about as gently as I can put it..Corporate America ,in receiving a lot of money, hasn't stopped ripping off most of its customers/patrons. More money in hand does not eliminate the problem of greed/inclination to steal. And since when did forgiveness necessitate ignorance/unwise business practices?
Also, since there are so many professed Christian businesses, the thieves shouldn't have any problem finding another job, because if the businesses are truly Christian, then they have to forgive rather than be so paranoid and judgmental.
John UK wrote: Lost a good, secure job, and now with a criminal record may find it difficult to get work again. Shot themselves in the foot for filthy lucre. Madness.