Pope rebukes climate deniers as 'perverse' in Bonn message
Pope Francis on Thursday rebuked those who deny the science behind global warming and urged negotiators at climate talks in Germany to avoid falling prey to such "perverse attitudes" and instead accelerate efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Pope rebukes climate deniers as 'perverse' in Bonn message
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Dr. Tim wrote: And I don't give a titmouse's toenail what Pastor Steve and the deacons say, bud. YOU had better wake up and smell the brimstone.
The Pastor, Elders and Deacons of that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings all accept that I am truly saved because I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior and trust entirely in Him alone for salvation, which is exactly how everybody at that Baptist Church received salvation.
That's pretty funny. The Catholic church to call out "perverse " I guess they would know. Oh and by the way climate change has always been happening since the beginning. We don't need a new tax to fix an imaginary problem.
Charles Spurgeon wrote: Mass The mass is a mass of abominations, a mass of hell's own concocting, a crying insult against the Lord of glory. It is not to be spoken of in any terms but those of horror and destestation. Whenever I think of another sacrifice for sin being offered, by whomever it my be presented, I can only regard it as an infamous insult to the perfection of the Savior's work.
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Charles Spurgeon wrote: But the man Christ can be but in one place, and he is now at the right hand of the Majesty on high. It is absurd, it is horrible, both to faith and to reason, to say that Christ‚Äôs body is eaten, and that his blood is drunk in tens of thousands of places wherever priests choose to offer what they call ‚Äúthe mass.‚ÄĚ A ‚ÄúMass‚ÄĚ of profanity, indeed, it is!
--[URL=http://www.princeofpreachers.org/quotes/a-mass-of-profanity]]]A Mass of Profanity[/URL]
John Y, when are you scheduled to [URL=http://www.reachingcatholics.org/comeout.html]]]http://tinyurl.com/gmt84eo (Come out of the Catholic Church)[/URL]-- I thought it was going to be this year? I
John Y, you said "I am very bothered during Mass when unscriptural doctrines are presented." Lot was also very bothered about the way things were going in Sodom--II Peter 2:6-8. Sadly, he wasn't bothered enough to voluntarily come OUT of Sodom, and the price for his refusal to be separated was high indeed. So you go right ahead and remain in the Sodom of Catholicism. Keep ignoring sound advice from people who care enough to try to keep you from ruin. But remember, "He, that being often reproved hardeneth his neck, shall suddenly be destroyed, and that without remedy." (Proverbs 29:1)
Jhn Y; It's nothing personal against you but your posting are almost copy & paste stuff from the Baptist forum, you still post on.
Jhn, you have even said it to others on here, that you haven't been honest with pastor Steve & your dealing with attending Mass. Secondly if you were truly bothered by the blasphemy of Rome, through her Mass, you would ceased from going. &!Any one who cares about the Word, & how that relates & reflects back to Christ. Would & have on here called you out, in love to, repent & depart from your inequities of your justification of Rome always.
Rome in her Mass, has & still is currently accursing Jesus!
1 Cor 12:3 Therefore I give you to understand, that no man speaking by the Spirit of God calleth Jesus accursed, & that no man can say that Jesus is the Lord, except by the Holy Ghost.
NeedHim, What lies have I supposedly embraced that scriptures don't back up? When I met with Pastor Steve of that Baptist Church in April to arrange the Baptism I was questioned thoroughly by him to make sure that I was truly saved and was a proper candidate for Baptism. I was asked by Pastor if I had accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior and if I had placed my entire trust in Him alone for salvation. And when I answered in the affirmative then Pastor was satisfied that I was truly saved and a proper candidate for Baptism. I am very bothered during Mass when unscriptural doctrines are presented.
Jhn Y; You can rationalize all you want in your own head, but you don't listen & honor the Lord, you claim, as Lord & Savior. When Christ is ones only true hope of why one is reconciled to Him & no longer His enemy. It will bother one & sit a fire under ones seat, when Christ is spoken & blasphemed in ways. That give others, outside of the Godhead glory & credit, that can't be given out to any one-else, than Godhead. That speaks volumes about you, & your willingness to embrace lies, that scriptures, don't back up. You are dangerously double minded, & greatly, self-deceived, as your postings on the Baptist Forum. Speaks clearly to that notion & what you have said on these forums.
LK 6:46‚ÄúAnd why call ye Me, ‚ÄėLord, Lord,‚Äô & don't the things which I say?
Jhn 14:23-24 Jesus answered and said unto him, ‚ÄúIf a man love Me, he will keep My words; & My Father will love him, & We will come unto him & make Our abode with him. He that loveth Me not, keepeth n't My sayings. & the Word which you hear isn't Mine, but the Father‚Äôs who sent Me.
Tim, I totally deny the reason I also attend the local Catholic parish is that I want to hedge my bet. I totally reject and repudiate the Catholic doctrine of salvation. I only accept the Baptist doctrine of salvation.
KDinDE, I do not personally know that married couple who attend both the local Catholic parish and that Baptist Church. So when I stated I do not know anybody at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings who also attends the local Catholic parish is true.
NeedHim, I am not hedging my bets by attending both the local Catholic parish and that Baptist Church. I accept only the Baptist doctrine of salvation.
Christopher, I never stated I would not have any rewards in Heaven. I stated that my rewards probably would be not as much.
I hear you bro, Christopher, may the Lord be gracious & kind to him, that removes the layers of self-deception off his heart & mind, that isn't based off being conformed to Christ, through the renewal of the Spirit from feeding off His holy word as a doer & a hearer amen.
Spurgeon; John Bunyan says that he never forgot the divinity he taught, because it was burnt into him when he was on his knees. That is the way to learn the gospel. If you learn it upon your knees you will never unlearn it. That which ‚Äúmen‚ÄĚ teach you, men can unteach you ‚Äď if I am merely convinced by reason, a better reasoner may deceive me. If I merely hold my doctrinal opinions because they seem ‚Äúto me‚ÄĚ to be correct, I may be led to think differently another day. But if ‚ÄúGod‚ÄĚ has taught them to me ‚Äď he who is himself pure truth ‚Äď I have not learned amiss, but I have so learned that I shall never unlearn, nor shall I forget.
Needhim, thanks for your persistence. Unfortunately, it seems like John relys upon two particular verses of scripture, along with his own opinions, and statements from others which back up his positions, rather that searching God's Word for answers or to simply find out whether things said by those here are accurate and true. I remember him once saying that he just won't have any rewards in Heaven, but I think things are a bit more serious than that. I hope one day John comes to grasp the serious nature of his continued alignment with such a system, and the religious system that God warns very sternly against, along with its fate. Seems John searches far and wide, forum-wise, looking for others who can serve to justify his positions, but they all tell him the very same things as those here.
Jhn Y; just like you have been lovingly called out on here, as well also.
You being called out on the Baptist Fourm; I count this a blessing John. I have come across your kind many times before. Your hedging your bets, the WORD of GOD is N't good enough for you. You're trying to be a good Catholic & a good Baptist so when you stand before the Pearly Gates, Saint Peter will let you in. & if Peter's way was wrong, Christ will see that you were a good Baptist too, & that outweighed the error of yoking with the RCC & Jesus will let you into heaven.
John Yurich, this is what you're going to hear on the day of your judgement if you were to die today:
Mat 7:23 never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity"
John Y; This is said in love towards you,as truth is liken to oxygen, you perish without it.
J.C. Ryle; We should no more tolerate false doctrine that we would tolerate sin.
Blasphemy; John Y; Mass ‚Äď The continuation of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ at Calvary (1367) which carries on the work of redemption (1405), appeases the wrath of God, & atones for the sins of the living & the dead am 1414.
LK 6:46 & why call ye Me, ‚ÄėLord, Lord,‚Äô & don't the things which I say?
John Yurich USA wrote: Pastor would agree with me about not having any use for Francis. NeedHim, I do not know anybody at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings who also attends the local Catholic parish for Saturday Mass.
* ahem *
"There is a married couple who attend and are on the membership roll of that Baptist church who also attend and belong to the local Catholic parish. They were also Baptized via immersion at that Baptist church. I do not hold any false doctrines."
Above quote by JY via a Baptist message board with the topic he started entitled, "Are There Any Catholics On This Forum?" June 15, 2017, post #119
Not that it matters much, but here's my thoughts:
1) Perhaps those two RCC members only attend mass every Monday through Friday or they sit, unseen, on the opposite side of that church on Saturdays to avoid JY.
2) As to the claim of not holding any false doctrines, JY has previously stated that he made up his own doctrine in order to justify his personal belief in infant baptism (which is NOT biblical).
Then John you are finally admitting that the reason you are a Catholic is because you want to hedge your bet. That Baptist church you attend on Sunday morning says Jesus is the only way to heaven, and the Catholic crime syndicate you cling to says the Catholic organization is the only way to heaven. As in all gambling situations, the house always comes out ahead in the long run, and in this case the house is run by the devil. You would not be a Catholic unless you believed what the Catholics believe, and you cannot possibly be saved by believing what the Catholics believe, so where does that leave you, John? "Except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish," which means, in the plainest terms possible, to die and go to hell. You must repent or burn forever, John Yurich.