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News Item10/29/17 1:35 PM
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Hands up if you know the answer? Why don't you know? Should we know?

'What are the differences between the Textus Receptus, the Majority Text and the Critical Text of the Greek New Testament? Does the issue really matter?'

http://megiddoradio.com/2017/10/28/285-textus-receptus-critical-text-and-the-preservation-of-gods-word-jeff-riddle-interview/

The difference between King James Onlyism and the Critical Text advocates compared with the right view of the preservation of Scripture. Jeff Riddle is a Pastor whose sermons are on SermonAudio and gives a lot of food for thought in this interview, worth hearing.


News Item10/23/17 5:13 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
I most certainly am ...
Listen: The God of the Bible Kills People –Rolfe Barnard
https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=101401224928

Proverbs 29:1 He, that being often reproved hardeneth his neck, shall suddenly be destroyed, and that without remedy.

Dear JY

No one on SermonAudio has been as lovingly admonished as much as you to seek the Lord Jesus Christ. Tell us all what Romans 8: 16 means to you if you are so certain and please read Romans 8: 9. No Roman Catholic expresses that assurance and confidence and certainly no ecumenist!

Listen to the above gospel sermon and are you about to soon finally fall as an Autumn leaf ...

'We all do fade as a leaf.’ Isaiah 65: 4

We shall soon find health give place to sickness; strength to weakness; youth to age: the dying bed, the coffin, and the grave, are just before us, therefore Prepare to meet thy God.

I don't think you are prepared JY. You often sound like a closet RC deliberately sowing discord with your pet ecumenical themes and easy believism 'cheap' grace. Maybe that is why you spend so much time on the comments section? I believe God is warning you that time is short. Reproofs have fallen on deaf ears. Sudden destruction ... 'without remedy'


News Item10/20/17 1:31 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
I will become a millionaire after I become proficient at playing the guitar, form my own Country Music/Country Gospel Band, get a recording contract and start touring around the United States and Canada. Then I will get a ranch in Eastern Colorado near Ramah or Calhan and find a young woman of Slavic heritage(I am of Slavic heritage because I am half Croatian and half Czech) to marry.
You could have CAPSLOCK tony on the drums as he reminds me of animal from the muppets
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/808687648948842497/Mj9pfcR6.jpg

He could help out on the farm or be one of the livestock.

You could sit up all night discussing conspiracy theories and wear your tin foil hats as you think of something to post on SermonAudio. I am sure you will both have a chuckle at the expense of the real Christians on here as you spend another decade repeating the same nonsense, if the Lord spares you both. Maybe He will Kill you John, before the year is out, ever thought about that?


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Another Michael wrote:
Jesus Christ not somebody's version of Him
Ok so your version or C H Spurgeon's might be helpful to pinpoint which is biblical as you are the one so vocal against (his) 5 point Calvinism.

His version has an archive at his old church Metropolitan Tabernacle London with 15,000 testimonies of conversion. People who had proven their conversion through their change of life and profession of faith, not just signing a piece of card or walking an aisle.

That alone would silence silly talk -straw man -bogey man- nasty Calvinist unloving soulless version of Christianity. God stamped his mark upon Spurgeon as a teenager and gave him a photographic memory and a remarkable mind who actually studied Calvinism with an open Bible and then preached it from the pulpit. He saw no conflict preaching the Doctrines of Grace and His Jesus, as both Biblical.

You only have to read one Spurgeon sermon to see the vast difference between Christ honouring God glorifying preaching and the fundamentalism of many pulpits today.

God's blessing was upon his ministry.

Now Michael what about your own version of Jesus. Where is the record I can read of how God has used you above these dead 5 point unbiblical Calvinists?


News Item10/7/17 3:17 PM
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Another Michael wrote:
Romans 5:8 But God commends/demonstrates His own Love toward us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us.
ey.
The book is written to the believers in Rome, those whose faith is spoken of through out the whole world.

Question 1: Does the whole world mean every single nation and person at that point in history AD 56?

Question 2: The scriptures clearly show the epistle was written to those with 'faith', beloved of God, called to be saints. Was every person in Rome called? Was every person who was called 'beloved of God'? Does God send to Hell those He calls beloved?

Romans 1
7 To all that be in Rome, beloved of God, called to be saints: Grace to you and peace from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ.
8 First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, that your faith is spoken of throughout the whole world.

Same with not willing any to perish, in context it is written to who?

2 Peter 1

Simon Peter, a servant and an apostle of Jesus Christ, to them that have obtained like precious faith with us through the righteousness of God and our Saviour Jesus Christ:

2 Peter 3:1
This second epistle, beloved, I now write unto you; in both which I stir up your pure minds by way of remembranc


News Item9/24/17 7:52 AM
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
This discussion is still going? I thought the whole crowd would be converted because Tony put his post in all CAPS...
The way of a fool is right in his own eyes

Put away from thee a froward mouth, and perverse lips put far from thee

http://www.sermonaudio.com/new_details.asp?currPage=2&ID=29857&sortby=newfirst#comments

The problem is CAPS guy has been outed a few times. Once he said he knew Reformed Baptist Pastor Ralph Ovadal and had attended his church. This trying to give himself some credibility. Ralph came on the comments to deny such. Then the same CAPS guy said he had friends who had contacted aliens and been to other planets and seen them. Then the link above where he says the end is 2018. Whatever CAPS guy us up to it isn't good. Now he reinvents in small case, but he was easily identified! There is another key DELETE. There is also the scripture 'a fool's voice is known by multitude of words.'
Just spend some time reading his older posts.


News Item9/20/17 1:22 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
The term fruitcake is another term for homosexual. I do not like the cake known as fruitcake. It tastes awful.
The term 'nutcase' I wonder who that could refer too?

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http://pulpitandpen.org/2016/07/31/nabeel-qureshi-redux/

Nabeel said he has a RC cousin who is a Priest at the Vatican and 'a brother in Christ'. Nabeel spoke well of charismatic deceivers like Joyce Meyer and even himself sought charismatic healing when he knew he had little time left. Apologists who speak well of Rome or who are in any way ecumenical deserve our full scrutiny.

http://pulpitandpen.org/tag/nabeel-qureshi/

The above contains some links to some troublesome concerns re: Nabeel's ministry, but also a very gracious word regarding Nabeel's passing into glory, trusting His Saviour. Worth reading.


News Item9/3/17 3:21 PM
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Mike wrote:
The fact of a fallen creation doing what the fallen creation does never enters into the mix.
Rather God's Judgements never enter the minds of most men, and seemingly most Christians! What was the view of Christians before modern Americans fell from Biblical Christianity?

God's tools and instruments
(Thomas Brooks, "London's Lamentations" 1670)

"I form the light and create darkness, I bring prosperity and create disaster; I, the Lord, do all these things."
Isaiah 45:7

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK9Rd-3BEaQ&list=PL17A7922F2564240D&index=4

EARTHQUAKE!
(Charles Wesley, "The Cause and Cure of Earthquakes" 1750)

"Come and see the works of the Lord--the desolations He has brought on the earth!" Psalm 46:8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIMGqXHVEFA


News Item8/29/17 6:37 PM
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Dave wrote:
Show me a professional sportsman, that isn't driven by pride and lust
Fits the majority of professing Christians also who follow sports. Proud of their local team, fist pumping, over bearing, boasting of their mini gods--whether 'their team' or personal individual hero. Pouring over articles and stats on their beloved heroes whose lives are often anything but an example to our young folk; but hey he's in my team and my hero! One would think we were participating with the worldly crowd in their act of religious sporting devotion and enjoying it rather more than the joy a Sabbath Day well spent with our God. How many prefer sports on the Lord's Day and would gladly cancel Christian worship to watch their team in some final instead!! Sports have become a substitute 'god' for many. Odes and chants to our heroes replacing hymns and psalms to our God. The Sabbath delight is attending the football stadium, the cathedral on the hill, on the Lord's day. The Devil doesn't have to try hard to take up a believer's time...he just needs to introduce a remote control and the sports channels. If it isn't sports it will be movies and TV or something on the internet that will promote some form of lust. May God deliver us from our devotions

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Cities well fortified have broad walls, and so had Jerusalem in her glory. The New Jerusalem must, in like manner, be surrounded and preserved by a broad wall of nonconformity to the world, and separation from its customs and spirit. The tendency of these days break down the holy barrier, and make the distinction between the church and the world merely nominal. Professors are no longer strict and Puritanical, questionable literature is read on all hands, frivolous pastimes are currently indulged, and a general laxity threatens to deprive the Lord's peculiar people of those sacred singularities which separate them from sinners. It will be an ill day for the church and the world when the proposed amalgamation shall be complete, and the sons of God and the daughters of men shall be as one: then shall another deluge of wrath be ushered in. Beloved reader, be it your aim in heart, in word, in dress, in action to maintain the broad wall, remembering that the friendship of this world is enmity against God. C H Spurgeon Evening Devotional Aug 20

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Through the Waters

Isaiah 43:1-2

http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=81817101759

Might be a helper for MS and others, in the Lord's providence


Sermon8/20/17 6:03 AM
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Friendship with the World (Pt.1)
Dr. Steve Hereford
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. The tendency of these days break down the holy barrier, and make the distinction between the church and the world merely nominal. Professors are no longer strict and Puritanical, questionable literature is read on all hands, frivolous pastimes are currently indulged, and a general laxity threatens to deprive the Lord's peculiar people of those sacred singularities which separate them from sinners. It will be an ill day for the church and the world when the proposed amalgamation shall be complete, and the sons of God and the daughters of men shall be as one: then shall another deluge of wrath be ushered in. Beloved reader, be it your aim in heart, in word, in dress, in action to maintain the broad wall, remembering that the friendship of this world is enmity against God. C H Spurgeon devotional Aug 20



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