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News Item5/19/19 2:05 PM
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Sister,

Thank you for your kind response, I pray your husband will allow it, just for this instance. I would be so blessed to have private exchange with you from time to time, you have edified me greatly and I do NOT want to lose that!
This forum is no place for me, it's time to shake off the dust.
Please ask your husband to reconsider, just this once.

I will make it a matter of prayer.

much love and blessings to you and your husband.


News Item5/19/19 12:13 PM
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Sister MS,

Is there any way to have contact with you outside this forum? I have included my email if you like to contact me that way. I desire to keep in touch with you, but not on this forum. You have been a blessing to me and I want to continue having contact with you if at all possible.

BTW, the suggested site from you is truly a great blessing. I was able to contact the owner of that site and received a most gracious reply from him. I am still reading his book on John 3:16- there is great blessing in what he wrote. Again, thank you and God bless


News Item5/18/19 11:38 PM
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Wonderful!! Thank you

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Sister MS,

Just started reading your suggested material and am not very far into it - so far it is a great blessing! Thank you for the suggestion.


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I will definitely check it out, thank you for the referral.

News Item5/18/19 4:47 PM
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That is wonderful news!! I will pray the Lord will open her understanding.

News Item5/18/19 4:29 PM
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Sister MS,

Most excellent advice. An hour from now he will be arguing with somebody else.
Yes, sinners will flee to Christ...all by His marvelous grace.

The Lord bless you sister, and your husband.

This is an excellent article by William Huntington,'the Arminian Skeleton', which touches on the heresy of universal salvation, among other heresies held to by Arminians - https://againstdutyfaith.blogspot.com/2010/01/arminian-skeleton-by-william-huntington.html
"I fear that some have been so strenuous for universal, that they have neglected particular redemption. Every man that is saved must experience redemption for himself; it must be known by every particular sheep of the Saviours fold. Universal redemption will afford but little comfort to one in rebellion against God, condemned by his own conscience, and who never was purged from his guilt, nor redeemed from his vain conversation. Thus redemption becomes particular to every chosen vessel: nor can it ever be proved to be universal, until we have gotten the universal testimony of every man in the world having received it; which I see no likelihood of at present." Wm Huntington


News Item5/18/19 2:28 PM
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Last time for this - Christ was addressing Nicodemus, a religious JEW, who thought God was a God of the JEWS only. When Christ said God loved 'the world' in this way, He gave His only Son, He was stating God loved the Gentiles as well, but even that doesn't mean 'all'. The end of the verse gives the true meaning, "He gave His only begotten Son". For whom did Christ die? "I lay down my life for MY SHEEP". Thus, God loving the 'world' would mean loving both Jew AND Gentiles He would elect unto life - something Nicodemus would not have understood apart from Christ stating so. God wasn't just a God of the Jews.

The universalist view is where the confusion arises from.
Christ's finished work on the cross didn't just 'make possible' salvation for sinners, He sealed the deal and stated 'It is finished', thus, securing salvation completely without a doubt for those God would draw and elect unto life.
There is so much error held to on this forum, and others joining forces together to uphold these errors, taking 'sides', with a 'fan club' mentality. What a sad state of affairs it is to see such behavior, then to justify that behavior. Some attempt to 'teach' here, when they don't even have the foundations right! They hold to error, defend ecumenism, promote demonic mysticism,sad indee


News Item5/18/19 11:42 AM
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John 3:16 is trotted out by the universalist to 'prove' God loves 'all'. The context of the chapter is tossed to the wind in favor of propping up man made teachings.
“He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father...If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him” (Joh 14:21, 23)? Why say, “He that loveth me shall be loved of my Father,” if the Father loves everybody? - I add this to Pink's question, can J.UK answer this? Will he?
The same limitation is found in Proverbs 8:17: “I love them that love me.” Again we read, “Thou hatest all workers of iniquity”—not merely the works of iniquity. Here then is a flat repudiation of present teaching that God hates sin but loves the sinner: Scripture says, “Thou hatest all workers of iniquity”! “God is angry with the wicked every day”. “He that believeth not the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God”—not “shall abide,” but even now—“abideth on him”. Can God “love” the one on whom His “wrath” abides? - From Pink's book 'does God love everybody?'
We love Him because He first loved US - who is John referring to when he says 'US' - believers or unbelievers?
God's word never contradicts.

Enough time wasted on the ecumenist...


Sermon5/18/19 1:38 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great message, great reminder of the times in which we live. Yes, Paul's words to Timothy are very relevant for this present day. "People accusing one another", that is so true, especially among 'Christians'. Yes, the sin of pride is a sin God hates. Life changing, walk changing, mind changing - yes - that is the threefold result of true, genuine repentance given and worked by God in His elect.

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SF- what a treat it is to see you posting! I pray all is well with you and yours. Hope you stick around for a while and post when you can, your wisdom is greatly appreciated

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Sister MS,
I read further commentary from Gill on Mark 10:21 - 'as far as he could, commended him for his diligence in observing the commands: in this sense the word is observed to be used by the Septuagint interpreters, as when it is said of Ahab, 2 Chronicles 18:2, that he "persuaded him" (Jehoshaphat), they render it, ηγαπα, "he loved him to go up to Ramoth Gilead": he gave him good words, he spake friendly to him, and by fair speeches prevailed upon him: and so when it said of the Israelites, Psalm 78:36; "they did flatter him", (God,) they render it, ηγαπησαν, "they loved him with their mouth"; spoke very well to him, and of him, praised him, and his works, and in this way expressed affection to him. But the sense of this phrase, which pleases me best of all, is what may be collected from the use of it among the "seventy" interpreters, who often render the Hebrew רחם, which signifies to "have compassion", or "show pity", by the word here used: so Proverbs 28:13, "whoso confesseth and forsaketh, shall have mercy", they interpret αγαπηθησεται, "shall be loved". the sense is, that Jesus looked upon him when he expressed himself in such a pert manner, and had a compassionate concern for him."

I recommend reading Gill's whole commentary on that verse, it is very good.


News Item5/17/19 9:38 PM
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I used to believe in what my former SBC church taught- 'free will', that God loves everybody, that sinners could help God save them, but, as I grew in knowledge by HIS wisdom, I left those heresies behind.
As we grow in Christ, we should separate from false teachings {AND false teachers} we held to.
What's amazing is this- when the Bible is used to expose error, some here will gnash their teeth, attack the messenger, wrongly accuse, belittle, etc.
I'm quite certain IF a stranger were to stumble upon these threads they would have no problem stating Christianity is a battlefield, turn from it and want NOTHING to do with it, and not because there was no 'love'. The biting and devouring, the false accusations, personal attacks- all of that with no scriptural support - would be enough to say ,"keep your religion far from me".
We should correct error, we should never embrace others who hold to it, nor compromise. Doing so leads to great division, and rightly so - it also leads to ecumenism. A little leaven leavens the whole lump.

News Item5/17/19 9:14 PM
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Dolores,
The reason you storm off here in a huff is because you attack personally. Now, sister MS made it CLEAR she was just musing a personal thought, NOT stating it was biblical fact.

Another question for you, where did I state I have ALL the answers? Go over my comments that provide scripture to support what I said, then do the same -- use scripture to challenge instead of personal attacks. If speaking His truth and pointing out error biblically is 'knowing it all' in your book, it's no wonder you have a hard time with other things.
You attend a church, yet you support ecumenical heretics. I made a point on another thread the reason there is so much turmoil, division, etc on these threads is opinionated Christians who launch personal attacks when their errors are exposed. Everyone says they are right, no one needs corrected ever. No one accepts correction ---ever.
Yet, the bible teaches we are to be ever growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord.

Being thin skinned & pride filled are not the fruit of the Spirit.
I said it before, I know very little. What I have comes from above. I have been wrong MANY times. However, God does NOT leave His elect in error - to the praise and glory of His name.


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Dolores,

Had you read more carefully sister MS' comment, you would have seen where she said, 'just my musings'. Nowhere did she state it to be fact, truth, etc.

Unfortunately, what you proved is that you didn't read it closely.


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Indeed sister MS. The meaning of the word 'judge' escapes most, other than to use it as a club to beat others over the head with and wrongly accuse.
The 'god of love' permeates Christendom, yet the God of the Bible is first and foremost thrice holy, sovereign, and righteous. He HATES: He hates sin, He hates the workers of iniquity, and He will judge. He isn't some wimp on a rocking chair wringing his hands hoping sinners will see how lovey dovey he is, rather, He is the majestic, eternal God of heaven and earth that will NOT tolerate sin and false teachings/dead religion{ists}. Boldness to stand firm on His truth and oppose ALL that is false is essential. We will not be liked, or popular. Better to serve Christ wholeheartedly than to compromise.

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Christopher -

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Discernment is given by God as we go through this life in our walk and journey. It is the way we can tell that which is false from that which is true, and that doesn't come from within ourselves.
Diligent study and prayer bring about a right understanding. We spot false teachers, false doctrine, wolves, etc. because God has shown us the truth. The new birth is essential in 'seeing', i.e., understanding truth and separating from all that is false. Discernment means we separate, we do not compromise ever, and we owe it all to God.

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US,

I noticed Andrew had an email attached to his name, maybe you can get hold of him that way? Just a suggestion

I hope he continues to comment here.


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this is double speak, "One thing is for sure, we ought make a lot of Jesus Christ and him crucified, and show sinners his great love for them; without forgetting to show the wrath of God and how horrible sin is."
You may be amazed that nowhere did I say, to say to sinners, "God loves you."
Whereas when you take my statement in context, it is easy to see that the preaching of the cross shows to sinners the great love of Jesus Christ for them, and God's vehement hatred and punishment for sins committed."

Note this in particular, "it is easy to see that the preaching of the cross shows to sinners the great love of Jesus Christ for them" - now, isn't that the same as thing as telling them 'God loves you'?! Here is how this man always dances around the errors he spews out, he uses double speak and rabbit trails, diversion, and smoke and mirrors.

Where does the bible say Christ has a 'great love' for sinners? Simple...it doesn't, which is why no biblical support was given. Instead, tap dancing and the usual tactics were used, again, to gloss over the grievous error of universalism promoted.

These two statements, "show sinners his great love for them" --"it is easy to see that the preaching of the cross shows to sinners the great love of Jesus Christ for them" - are proof.

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