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Mike Pence leaves Colts-49ers game after players kneel during anthem

Vice President Mike Pence walked out on his home-state Indianapolis Colts Sunday when members of the opposing team kneeled for the national anthem, but a report that Colin Kaepernick, the player who started it all, will stand if given another shot in the NFL was quickly dialed back.

"I left today's Colts game because @POTUS and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem," Pence tweeted.


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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Adriel wrote:
Oh Dear!!
Baptist Confession of faith
10.2 This effectual call is of God's free and special grace alone, not from anything at all foreseen in man, nor from any power or agency in the creature, being wholly passive therein, being dead in sins and trespasses, until being quickened and renewed by the Holy Spirit; he is thereby enabled to answer this call, and to embrace the grace offered and conveyed in it, and that by no less power than that which raised up Christ from the dead.
( 2 Timothy 1:9; Ephesians 2:8; 1 Corinthians 2:14; Ephesians 2:5; John 5:25; Ephesians 1:19, 20 )
When I met with Pastor Steve in April to arrange the Baptism I was questioned thoroughly by him to make sure I was truly saved and a proper candidate for Baptism. Pastor asked if I had surrendered my life to Christ and trusted entirely in Him alone for salvation, which is Baptist teaching on how to receive salvation. And when I answered in affirmative then Pastor was satisfied that I was truly saved and a proper candidate for Baptism. Everybody at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings believes that one receives salvation by surrendering ones life to Christ and trusting entirely in Him alone for salvation.
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John Yurich USA wrote:
The Baptist teaching on salvation states that one receives salvation by surrendering ones life to Christ and trusting entirely in Him alone for salvation, which is what I stated I did and is how everybody at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings received salvation.
Oh Dear!!

Baptist Confession of faith

10.2 This effectual call is of God's free and special grace alone, not from anything at all foreseen in man, nor from any power or agency in the creature, being wholly passive therein, being dead in sins and trespasses, until being quickened and renewed by the Holy Spirit; he is thereby enabled to answer this call, and to embrace the grace offered and conveyed in it, and that by no less power than that which raised up Christ from the dead.
( 2 Timothy 1:9; Ephesians 2:8; 1 Corinthians 2:14; Ephesians 2:5; John 5:25; Ephesians 1:19, 20 )

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Adriel wrote:
But John; You are contradicting yourself.
You are claiming in the above statement that YOU saved John - NOT Christ saved you.
Your words are....
"because I surrendered"
And
"(I) trust entirely ...."
These are human actions John!!!
You are therefore claiming to have saved yourself.
The only difference between you and your Romish buddies is that they add the RC church to the formula.
The Baptist teaching on salvation states that one receives salvation by surrendering ones life to Christ and trusting entirely in Him alone for salvation, which is what I stated I did and is how everybody at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings received salvation.
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John Yurich USA wrote:
I am Born Again and saved because I surrendered my life to Christ and trust entirely in Him alone for salvation.
But John; You are contradicting yourself.
You are claiming in the above statement that YOU saved John - NOT Christ saved you.

Your words are....
"because I surrendered"
And
"(I) trust entirely ...."

These are human actions John!!!
You are therefore claiming to have saved yourself.

The only difference between you and your Romish buddies is that they add the RC church to the formula.

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Connor7 wrote:
John, right before you pull the lever for the slots at Chucky Cheese (or the casino) I can just hear you say, "PLEASE!!! FOR THE MISSIONARIES!!!"
John, I bet you're an atheist, if so let's debate on the topic, "Does God exist?"
I am not an atheist. Where did you get that nutty idea that I am an atheist? I have stated in my posts that I am Born Again and saved because I surrendered my life to Christ and trust entirely in Him alone for salvation. I have ceased gambling.
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John, right before you pull the lever for the slots at Chucky Cheese (or the casino) I can just hear you say, "PLEASE!!! FOR THE MISSIONARIES!!!"

John, I bet you're an atheist, if so let's debate on the topic, "Does God exist?"

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
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.
That Evangelical Protestant Church I attend on Sunday mornings most certainly is a Baptist Church because it is affiliated with the Central Baptist North Central Association, which is an association of Baptist Churches in the Upper Middle West. Pastor Steve did not misunderstand what I stated. Why are you misunderstanding what I stated? Pastor Steve understood what I stated to mean that I end my prayers in "In Jesus name. Amen. Now and ever and unto the ages of ages" in order to honor(It is not praying for the souls of my Great Grandparents like you believe it to mean) the way the Eastern Orthodox end their prayers. I only stated how I end my prayers. So how is it displeasing to God the way that I end my prayers?
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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.

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
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???
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".
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Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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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???

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You come here daily, being divisive and spewing out your ignorance, making sport with the brethren here. I am convinced you already have a job, and you do this on your lunch hour. If not, then you are without excuse for NOT working, which is sin. You can waste time on the internet daily, yet you cannot use it to fill out applications for employment? You are a college grad, yet 'unemployed' and live in a 'shelter'? You should move to Hollywood and be a writer, for your stories are worthy of that.
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ladybug wrote:
The Moderator needs to remove John Y's comment insinuating brother US is void of comprehensive abilities. Is it no longer possible to report abusive comments?
Hey lady, Why don't you mind your own business?
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The Moderator needs to remove John Y's comment insinuating brother US is void of comprehensive abilities. Is it no longer possible to report abusive comments?
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
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???
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".
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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Excellent Michael, thanks!
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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
It is almost amusing comparing Nixon and Trump tactic of using professional football. . They did it for basically the same reasons, but certainly used different techniques.
Jesse Berrett wrote:
Will anybody remember Pence’s departure in 30 years? Doubtful. But conservative sites celebrated the spectacle as “exactly what was needed.” [ https://tinyurl.com/ycc928me ] And what was needed? Apparently, a Trumpian refinement of the old Nixonian culture wars. When the Ravens took a knee before the anthem, “for kindness, for unity, for equality and justice for all Americans,” fans booed anyway. When the Packers linked arms in solidarity, their fans chanted “U-S-A!”...
--https://tinyurl.com/yd3cr789 ( How Nixon Turned Football into a Political Weapon)

People who enjoy history should enjoy the main article, the article that is marked out in the quotation Trumpians should really like! It's a link to a Red State article about it.

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Christopher000 wrote:
ladybug writes:
When I recall my past sins, it is troublesome to me. But, when I think of how all that vileness was laid upon Christ, it greatly distresses me to think a holy, sinless God would be a sin offering for ALL my vileness.
Christopher000
Thank you for quoting Ladybug.
Taking her comment deeper

An enormous part of my testimony of conversion was having a woman explain the Cross to me; He proving His very real compassionate undeserved love for me a guilty sinner, in enormous danger of perishing in my sin; Jesus dying in my place because He loved me, while I was still a sinner that brought me to where I wanted this Jesus the Bible tells us of, tells us the Truth of so many religious people aren't (I was raised Catholic), making me want to be His disciple in every part of my life, to know Him and be with Him, all the live long day, not just for 75 minutes on Sunday morning

And by His grace seeing it is this kind of love He has for heartbreakingly lost sinners, desiring none to perish but for all to come to repentance that is a huge part of motivating me to go and tell them of the One who saved a wretch like me.

“Have you no wish for others to be saved? Then you’re not saved yourself, be sure of that!” - CHS

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Ignominius Emirakan | True that Fact react  Find all comments by Ignominius Emirakan
Christopher000 wrote:
ladybug writes:
When I recall my past sins, it is troublesome to me. But, when I think of how all that vileness was laid upon Christ, it greatly distresses me to think a holy, sinless God would be a sin offering for ALL my vileness.
Yes, brother US, and I meant to comment on this yesterday. Eye opening comment, and so true. Now, that's love.
I don't go to the extremes that Luther did, but I self loathe, to a point, almost daily over my incessant sins. I think some Christians view sin as, "Hey, I've been covered" and don't view them as seriously as they should because they've been paid for in blood. Hmmm...nope...it's those very sins that keep us separated from God Himself. Each and every sin should bother us, no matter how big or small we perceive them as being, and we should never allow this world and all we see and hear going on all around us, daily, to allow us to become complacent. Self awareness isn't an ability everyone has, but self awareness and the self honesty that should follow is what gives us the ability to strive, daily, to become more Christ-like in thought, in deed, and in our speech.

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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
ladybug writes:
When I recall my past sins, it is troublesome to me. But, when I think of how all that vileness was laid upon Christ, it greatly distresses me to think a holy, sinless God would be a sin offering for ALL my vileness.

Yes, brother US, and I meant to comment on this yesterday. Eye opening comment, and so true. Now, that's love.
I don't go to the extremes that Luther did, but I self loathe, to a point, almost daily over my incessant sins. I think some Christians view sin as, "Hey, I've been covered" and don't view them as seriously as they should because they've been paid for in blood. Hmmm...nope...it's those very sins that keep us separated from God Himself. Each and every sin should bother us, no matter how big or small we perceive them as being, and we should never allow this world and all we see and hear going on all around us, daily, to allow us to become complacent. Self awareness isn't an ability everyone has, but self awareness and the self honesty that should follow is what gives us the ability to strive, daily, to become more Christ-like in thought, in deed, and in our speech.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I am glad to see that this distraction has seemed to calm down. About the only thing that one can get from it is that Pence is a loyal lieutenant - - which one expects from a vice president of being.
The Guardian wrote:
Vice-President Mike Pence left the 49ers-Colts NFL game in Indianapolis on Sunday in a planned walkout, after about a dozen San Francisco players kneeled during the playing of the national anthem.

Pence announced his departure from the Lucas Oil Stadium on Twitter. A White House statement followed, with a tweet from President Donald Trump which confirmed the walkout was not spontaneous....

Protests of the anthem by NFL players, almost all African American, began last year when the then 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeled in protest against racial injustice and police brutality. 49ers players have been prominent among those kneeling this season and could have been expected to kneel on Sunday.

Nor was Pence scheduled to take in the whole game...

--https://tinyurl.com/y75gcnmq (Pence follows Trump order and walks out of 49ers-Colts after players kneel).
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