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News Item10/18/17 4:35 PM
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Using the quote cited bybJohn UK one would say of those who were called Christians but didn’t follow the Christian faith are mentioned in II Peter 2:20-22

News Item10/16/17 3:22 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
Pastor Steve of that Baptist Church did not misunderstand what I stated. He understood it to mean that I was honoring the way the Eastern Orthodox end their prayers "In Jesus name. Amen. Now and ever and unto the ages of ages". And Pastor Steve does not consider the way the Eastern Orthodox end their prayers to be unscriptural because they state "In Jesus name. Amen" followed by "Now and ever and unto the ages of ages".
several things.

1. I am not Pastor Steve (who, btw, does not pastor a Baptist church).

2. I didn't say anything about whether the words were or were not Scriptural.

3. The facts still remain, your stated choice is to honor both your great grandparents by your prayers and as you just stated a dead religion and somehow you think that this pleases God.

It matters not what Pastor Steve thinks, it matters what God has said in His Word.


News Item10/16/17 1:14 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
All I stated was that I end my prayers in "In Jesus name. Amen. Now and ever and unto the ages of ages", which is how the Eastern Orthodox end their prayers. What is so wrong with ending prayers in "In Jesus name. Amen. Now and ever and unto the ages of ages"? Pastor Steve of that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings does not consider it wrong to end prayers in "In Jesus name. Amen. Now and ever and unto the ages of ages".
John, do you deny that you posted the following

I PRAY THAT TO HONOR

my deceased great grandparents AND

I end my prayers ...which is how Eastern Orthodox end their prayers

??

Thus you specifically stated you pray to honor someone other than God and you wanted to honor the Eastern Orthodox religion by using their mantra in your prayers. So unless you didn't write the words of your own post, you didn't just state how you ended your "prayers"

Thus the questions

Why would you honor anyone in prayer but God???

Why would you think that God would be pleased with a prayer that honors a religion that dishonors God with their beliefs and practices???


News Item10/13/17 11:25 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
to honor my deceased Eastern Orthodox Great Grandparents I end my prayers "In Jesus Name. Amen. Now and ever and unto the ages of ages", which is how Eastern Orthodox end their prayers.
Why would you honor anyone in prayer but God???

Why would you think that God would be pleased with a prayer that honors a religion that dishonors God with their beliefs and practices???


News Item10/13/17 9:48 PM
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Mike wrote:
How much moaning and groaning over our vileness is enough?
Brother Mike I wouldn't necessarily look at this as a do so many "Hail Marys" type thing.

Groaning under sin and its manifestations in our lives in quite Scriptural. In fact the entire creation groans under its curse and burden (Romans 8:22) I believe Romans 7 is Paul's outward expression of the inward groanings he talked about in II Corinthians 5. David said of his sinfulness that it was a loathsome disease and his corruption caused him to groan because of it.in Psalm 38

As dear sister Ladybug (by the way thanks sister for your more than kind words and Christopher too) stated when we see our own vileness and the deceitfulness of our heart in comparison to the great love of our Savior, it causes groaning and loathing that we would do anything that would be a departure from cleansing ourselves from all defilement of the flesh and spirit and pursuing holiness in the fear of God. We stand in wonder and awe that our precious Lord Jesus would choose to drink that cup knowing not only the harsh punishment He must endure at His Father's hand but also that we would be so ungrateful as to set our affections on anything above our love to Him who died for our sins.


News Item10/13/17 3:33 PM
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John, please read the post. I didn’t say a thing about how Catholics would respond on a Catholic forum. That is a completely different scenario.

News Item10/13/17 6:44 AM
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thanks brother Christopher

One admires the kindness of your posts 1517 intended toward JY. However, what about JY and his harshness toward those who have loved ones here who are trapped on the wide road to destruction, destined for a place of eternal torment and the tool that Satan is using to blind their eyes to the truth of the glorious gospel is the false hope of heaven given them by the RCC? It deeply grieves the heart of many who post here that those close to them are thus ensnared, and if MS will forgive for bringing it up, they suffer when one dies in such deception. Does John Yurich not care?

I dare say if you asked the vast majority of Roman Catholics have you surrendered your life to Christ and are you placing your trust entirely in Him alone for salvation, they would answer in the affirmative. The words of JY's testimony are shown to be empty when contrasted with the fact it has borne no fruit seeing he hasn't come out from the wickedness of the RCC and its blasphemous practices (i.e. Mass)in over 2 decades and that despite hundreds of Biblical admonitions to so do.

May God be merciful to him and open his eyes to the truth.


News Item10/13/17 5:59 AM
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NeedHim wrote:
I have locked this thread because I am tired of Catholicism being defended.
That is one of huge problems with JY's post here, his defense of the RCC faith.

--They teach our Savior's atonement was ineffective not effectual.

--They show Him as a weak (even harsh) God who needs help from His mother and deceased "saints" not as the Lord God Almighty Who loves His people.

--They teach that what He said (see previous post) and what His Word says about Him is not reliable thus making Him a deceiver instead the Truth.

--They reject His role as the One mediator between God and man and thus disdain His Deity and high priestly work.

The "Jesus" the RCC worship is NOT the same as the One found in the sacred Scriptures, regardless of the orthodoxy of their creed.

We who know the Lord read with deep love, admiration, and self-loathing the accounts of our Lord at Gethsemane, Gabbatha, and Golgotha. So, naturally it grates us when we see posts that say a doctrinal position is "Biblical" that debases and destroys the great treasures found in the fact that our Lord went through all that to save dirty rotten sinners like ourselves who only deserve an eternity in the lake of fire.

to be continued...


News Item10/11/17 4:40 PM
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The worship that is acceptable to God is, according to the Scripture, worship in spirit and in truth. That automatically disqualifies RCC “worship “ yet you attend and endorse it, JY???!

News Item10/10/17 8:01 AM
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Well thank you to others for their encouragement.

God said one of the reasons for the 2nd commandment was that He was a jealous God. Yet JY goes to services where statues and people are knelt before and prayed unto. In 20 years there is no hint of righteous indignation at such practices out of love and reverence for the God who He says saved him. Not a mention of how these things grieve him, in fact, as he did in this thread, he defends the RCC as true worshipers of God. Does that sound like someone who is has the seal of the Spirit within?

I hear testimonies from those who would in this forum be considered Arminian. They, without exception, talk about what God did. How He reached down to them because they could not of their own reach up to Him, how He granted them faith and repentance and wrought conviction. They give all glory to God for saving them. In every "testimony" JY gives, it is what he has or is doing, like a notch in his belt because he doesn't do things, or he joined a non-denominational church. God resist the proud but gives grace unto the humble. He points to his works, the righteous point to the work of God.

When kind entreaties fall on deaf ears (Matt 11:28-30), sharp rebukes are made necessary. (Matt 23) see Acts 13:46-48


News Item10/9/17 11:54 PM
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1517 wrote:
Are you really saying you know a man’s heart via a news article forum?
Be reasonable already.
JY you said anybody who posted what Frank posted is...and then listed your pejoratives. So, yes, you did say those things about Frank.

1517, if I could explain it this way.

Our Lord Jesus stated on the cross, It is finished. The Greek rendering was the perfect tense, meaning it stood as a completed action and it will always be such.

JY, partakes in the mass by his own admission. This practice makes the words of our Lord, the one Who had no deceit, a lie. They crucify afresh and trample underfoot the precious blood of our Lord and His atoning sacrifice. Yet for two decades JY feels no prompting from the Holy Spirit that partaking in such practice is dishonoring to the God he claims is His Savior?? Plus, ignorance is no excuse as this has been shown to him by several people over many years. Does that sound like a person indwelt by the Spirit of Truth?

He hears and sees a false gospel being preached and practiced and there is no tinge of conscience that he should separate from such abominations? He even defends the RCC. Again does that sound like a regenerate person led by God's Spirit?

more could be said but OOC


News Item10/9/17 12:53 PM
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Moderators should remove John Yurich needless, unwarranted, and untrue attack on dear brother Frank

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Jon wrote:
I must assert one more important point and then I put this whole thing to rest. But the fact remains that these gifts are real and contemporary.
Jon, like I said your argument is with the clear teaching of God's Word, not me. I don't believe a cleansed leper should go and offer the sacrifices prescribed by Moses in the law, that doesn't mean I "throw out" the words of the Lord Jesus as not being that which is profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction and instruction in righteousness.

News Item10/7/17 11:43 PM
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A liberal leftist who chafed at the lack of "common sense" gun control reforms and who, at the time, was a data journalist writer, decided to actually do the research. The link below is to her op-ed in the Washington Post showing how the left distorts the figures and truth.

"Then, my colleagues and I at FiveThirtyEight spent three months analyzing all 33,000 lives ended by guns each year in the United States, and I wound up frustrated in a whole new way. We looked at what interventions might have saved those people, and the case for the policies I’d lobbied for crumbled when I examined the evidence. .

I researched the strictly tightened gun laws in Britain and Australia and concluded that they didn’t prove much about what America’s policy should be. Neither nation experienced drops in mass shootings or other gun related-crime that could be attributed to their buybacks and bans.

As my co-workers and I kept looking at the data, it seemed less and less clear that one broad gun-control restriction could make a big difference. Two-thirds of gun deaths in the United States every year are suicides"

https://tinyurl.com/yctsv2w9


News Item10/7/17 9:43 PM
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Jon wrote:
Hmmm...seems that I may have a choice as to what spiritual gifts to affirm. .
No Jon, the Holy Spirit has a choice of which spiritual gifts to affirm. I Corinthians 12:11

The Holy Spirit specifically stated in I Corinthians 13

prophecies will fail (from Strongs)

From G2596 and G691; to be (render) entirely idle (useless), literally or figuratively: - abolish, cease, cumber, deliver, destroy, do away, become (make) of no (none, without) effect, fail, loose, bring (come) to nought, put away (down), vanish away, make void

tongues shall cease

A primn. verb (“pause”); to stop (transitive or intransitive), that is, restrain, quit, desist, come to an end: - cease, leave, refrain.

knowledge shall vanish away

same Greek word used that was translated fail

It doesn't say will lie dormant for 1900 years Cessationist don't, as you falsely stated, deny the gifts of the Spirit, we acknowledge that the gifts were bestowed sovereignly by Him and believe the truth stated in I Corinthians 13.

Your argument against it is with God and what He has stated in His Word not people who are cessasionist.


News Item10/3/17 4:43 PM
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Christopher : D

Christianity Today should be more responsible with their headline. It would be a headythat read

Thousands get up and leave when Spurgeon
begins sermon

Not noting people falsely cried Fire until further down in article


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Christopher : D

Christianity Today should be more responsible with their headline. It would be a headythat read

Thousands get up and leave when Spurgeon
begins set


News Item10/3/17 2:07 PM
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Y’all need to read the article and not just the headline, some lady said he had a bomb and that is why they evacuated the train

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Thoughts and prayers for those affected by senseless tragedy in Las Vegas

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-lasvegas-shooting/gunman-kills-at-least-50-wounds-200-in-las-vegas-concert-attack-idUSKCN1C70FU


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ladybug wrote:
Stevenr.,
Great points. May the Lord bless you and your ministry.
I see you are in Missouri, I live in Illinois, about fifty miles north of St. Louis.
You mean there is more to Illinois than just Chicago?!?

Who knew????

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