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News Item8/23/19 12:36 AM
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John UK asks "Was it really worth it?"

I say it is. There are ideas worth fighting and dying for. Saving faith in Jesus Christ is one. Freedom, including freedom to worship Him, is another. Many of these people were born either to UK parents or as citizens of the UK. They or their parents were born with rights that are being taken away. Of course, I see this from an American point of view. There is apparently still a debate today regarding the Biblical justification for our pursuit of Independence. Taking a more contemporary example, thousands and thousands of US and British, including Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand, troops died defending then libertating major parts of North Africa, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Should we have just encouraged those enslaved to accept and pray for their new civil government?


News Item8/22/19 1:22 AM
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Self-defeating proposal. These people would advocate themselves out of jobs in educating young people if those young people are murdered prior to reaching school age. The nature of fools.

News Item8/21/19 12:34 AM
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Tchividjian's claim is hard to support. Anyone in a position of power, particularly within a very large church just as Coral Ridge, has a powerful position. That he, this powerful guy, would be attracted to some woman not his wife is a major bit of flattery toward that woman to whom he is attracted. So there is automatically an abuse of power factor involved. And an abuse of trust. And an abuse of wife and children. And an abuse of the Lord Jesus' bride.

All Tchividjian is trying to do is play the privacy card. What consenting adults do together in private is no one's business. Nonsense. The man had a wife, a church, and people following him as he supposedly followed Christ. Same argument the homosexuals levy. Sins in the dark become sins revealed by the Light.


News Item8/21/19 12:20 AM
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I am unaware of this phenomenon. The closest Ive seen are churches hosting Sadr dinners for Passover but to show that Jesus and His atoning sacrifice is interwoven all through it.

If one wants to atone for sins, he need only take them to Jesus and ask forgiveness while turning from them. Some penance ritual isn't going to absolve anything. Only Jesus can fix this.


News Item8/19/19 12:06 PM
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Red light and speed cameras are really about revenue, not public safety. That was the conclusuion of a study that was publicized around Washington DC more than ten years ago back when I was stationed there. In fact, I think you'll find that traffic enforcement is as much about revenue as it is about public safety.

Still, when there are cameras around, I'm extra careful in how I drive.

The article snippet that was posted raises a very good question, and hopefully gets to the heart of the growing surveillance state we live in here in the US. Again, when I was stationed in Washington DC, I remember when cameras were installed atop street lights in Baltimore so the police could monitor activity and watch for crime. The cameras had blue lights, and supposedly were active when the blue light was flashing.


News Item8/16/19 3:28 PM
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Jim's presumption and warning of"dominionism" is a false flag. He seeks to legislate morality, but it is the false morality of the society attempting to replace the real God with themselves. His arguments also lack discernment of the roles of the church and the state.

Instead, let us turn to God's word, pray, and then live our lives as the Lord has directed. And let us pray for Jim that the Holy Spirit would open his eyes and his heart.


News Item8/16/19 3:12 PM
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Ridiculous ruling. The "student" in this case has already graduated from high school. Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, a judge ruled against a group of girls who objected to sharing bathrooms and locker rooms with a delusionary boy student. So, yes, students were and are being harmed. The delusioned students are not receiving proper medical treatment, the other students are being exposed to opposite sex nudity, and only the Progressives win the day.

News Item8/14/19 1:02 PM
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Ultimately, these people are rejecting the Lord and His Christ. Trump is no example of a Christian, but he was put in place by the Lord, just like BHO, both Bushes, WJC, Regan, Carter, Ford, etc. At some level, Christians understand and accept the Lord's rule even while chaffing under whomever may be in office and pray for them.

These people, the Progressives, see themselves as god. They understand the rule of law enough to know that the use of judges to legislate is a means of pressing forth their agenda when legislative methods fail or are too slow. They will have their way and have it NOW, or else.

Psalm 2 still pertains after all these centuries. Presidents and commentators come and go. The Lord remains.


News Item8/13/19 1:10 PM
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This has been my concern. There are politicians and criminals (when they are not one and the same) exploiting the misery of desperate people. There are many verses in the Bible against exploiting the poor and eating them up. What a shame for these poor people. While life wasn't good back home, the dangers and struggles of trying to make this journey can't be better.

One of the good news pieces is that there are ministries on both sides of the border who are offering Jesus to these would be immigrants.


News Item8/12/19 1:41 PM
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I don't think you're wrong there, Neil. But I can say that I did not see evidence of Romanism in the same way it appears in J. R. R. Tolkien.

You may find other works by Bunyan to be valuable, like "The Holy War."


News Item8/12/19 11:29 AM
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That's an interesting argument, Neil.

Having read thru this series a several times in the last five years, I found it refreshing & intriguing. But the reader also has to take into account that Lewis created a fictious universe based on Biblical principle (which is better than the alternative). Those principles can be teased out for further review. But his writings are not a replacement for the Bible.

I did appreciate some of how he handled certain aspects and maybe not so much some others. Many probably feel the same way about comments posted to this board. Hopefully some of what I've posted have been a blessing. You've done better than me in this regard.


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Seemed that when his Instagram announcement that he was no longer a Christian was released recently, this would be the next step to his support of the LGBT lifestyle as part of that announcement.

Harris is not beyond the Lord's reach. My prayer is that he would be called effectually to faith and repentence.


News Item8/11/19 11:57 PM
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Difficult bunch, that AOG. They believe that becoming saved "entitles" a person to a Holy Spirit baptism and that speaking in tongues is the initial evidence for said Holy Spirit baptism. Those are two of their sixteen main points of doctrine. I've got a problem with those points as that's not what my Bible says. 1 John 4:15 says believers are endowed with the Holy Spirit. I do believe that speaking in tongues is a key component to a Holy Spirit baptism, but that tongue for most of us is English and asking the Lord to accept us on His own merits and to forgive us of our sins. Ephesians 2:8-9 applies.

If a group is going to accept those points, accepting female national leadership isn't outside the scope.


News Item8/11/19 11:45 PM
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This is a tough one, really. All the comments below are very good. I will point out John Buynan's Pilgrims Progress and the difference between Christian (part 1) and Christiana (part 2). Christian made his journey with only two friends, and not both at the same time. Christiana made her entire journey with her children, a neighbor (who later became a daughter-in-law), and a growing group of people including a responsible shepherding pastor. I'm not saying Buynan is correct in his allegories but where two or three are gathered...

News Item8/9/19 11:12 AM
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Economics, Jim? Please...

There are a few real reasons, but all have to do wit the destruction kf the nuclear family --

1. No self-respecting young woman or man is going to be tied down by marriage and child rearing at 18 or 19. They are off partying, shacking up, pursuing college, doing whatever other than getting married. No one wants a child in their teens unless they can obtain welfare dollars for doing so. So children are "prevented" via birth control or worse, abortion.

2. There is a concept that women should establish themselves in their careers and not focus on family matters, beyond the dog whom they'll ask their mothers to walk half-way thru the day. Children stop that upward progress.

3. Marriage itself and family life is attempted on a trial basis after one or both complete college. Living together unmarried with a dog is considered a "starter family." Time ticks by.

I have met almost no young people who are doing what my in-laws did. He was 20 and she was 18 when they married prior to WW II. While the Lord did not bless them with children until their 40s, He was sufficient in their lives.


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Economics, Jim? Please...

There are a few real reasons, but all have to do wit the destruction kf the nuclear family --

1. No self-respecting young woman or man is going to be tied down by marriage and child rearing at 18 or 19. They are off partying, shacking up, pursuing college, doing whatever other than getting married. No one wants a child in their teens unless they can obtain welfare dollars for doing so. So children are "prevented" via birth control or worse, abortion.

2. There is a concept that women should establish themselves in their careers and not focus on family matters, beyond the dog whom they'll ask their mothers to walk half-way thru the day. Children stop that upward progress.

3. Marriage itself and family life is attempted on a trial basis after one or both complete college. Living together unmarried with a dog is considered a "starter family." Time ticks by.

I have met almost no young people who are doing what my in-laws did. He was 20 and she was 18 when they married prior to WW II. While the Lord did not bless them with children until their 40s, He was sufficient in their lives.


News Item8/8/19 6:35 PM
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The battleground for the heart, soul, and future of America is in the courtroom. Liberals have long understood this having been able to concoct privacy arguments to enable private murders and suicides and private llict sexual, encounters, then made if a civil right to do whatever we want to whomever we want whenever we want.

They feel that they will over take rule of the federal government in the next election cycle, having seen who they feel is a president so awful that no one will ever elect a Republican presidential candidate again. So stalling on judicial nominations is an important strategy.

The Lord calls judges to rule righteously, He will hold them, and us likewise, accountable. Now is the time to make sure of your salvation with fear and trembling. Let today be the day of salvation.


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The difference btwn this any other addiction is that cheating on your wife with another woman, even mentally, is as wrong the first time as it is the umpteenth time. It's just wrong no matter which way you slice it.

There has long been understood that there is a connection btwn porn and violence. Sin is not content to maintain its boundaries, and those involved will want something bigger.

This isn't just a women's issue but a men's issue. We need to just say "no" and should have said "no" to stop it. It's up to us.


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Well said, YIA. We lose out by apathy. Others lose out by censorship.

News Item8/6/19 4:15 PM
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A tank of gas won't get you out of Cally from SF. Too far. Then you'd be stuck in the devilish wasteland that's Nevada on I-80.
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