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FRONT PAGE  |  1/18/2021
SATURDAY, DEC 5, 2020  |  12 comments
Abortion providers buckling under COVID-19 economic strains
Independent abortion clinics that combine to provide nearly 60 percent of abortions in the U.S. are struggling to remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from an abortion advocacy group.

The development should be celebrated, according to a Southern Baptist ethicist. But Elizabeth Graham, vice president of operations and life initiatives for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, encouraged Christians to continue to advocate for life even if abortion clinics close. ...


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News Item12/9/2020 9:54 PM
Michael Hranek | outside the clinic  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Adriel wrote:
Aawww Michael;

Interesting you chose a verse highlighting "works"

Aawwww Adriel
Interesting
Does that mean you have a problem with Hebrews 5:19, "author of eternal salvation unto all that obey Him," as well? ( again awsome in its context of course, try 5:8-12 as a start)

Scripture written long before your friend John Calvin and his institutes, that ain't Scripture, and long before certain "Calvinists" began maligning people who disagreed with them as racists.... oops my error, arminians and whatever other fault real or imagined they could throw against them

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News Item12/9/2020 2:47 PM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
Michael Hranek wrote:
You may want to consider my counter proposal
Aawww Michael;
You didn't answer my question.
Does that mean you haven't got any Scriptural support for your public demonstrations against sin??

BTW Interesting you chose a verse highlighting "works"
Are you an Arminian by human choice?

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News Item12/8/2020 7:10 PM
Michael Hranek | outside the clinic  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Adriel wrote:
What you ......
Adriel, Wow!
Tell you what, you expressed an interest that I become friends with John Calvin.

You may want to consider my counter proposal that you become friends with this man named James. Being the half-brother of Jesus Christ and moved by the Holy Spirit to write Scripture, I believe it is more than safe to say he knew the Son of God far better than Calvin.... It is at very least safe to say his letter is Scripture and all of Calvin's Institutes ain't.

I suggest you take his words, in this case, James 2:18 to heart, in context of course!
Remember his are Scripture and Calvin's aint

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News Item12/8/2020 3:25 PM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
Michael Hranek wrote:
I find few outside a clinic, witnessing of Christ, pleading with the mothers do not do this horrible thing, that there is a God, who is good, ready to forgive, abounding in mercy to all who call upon Him
What you are doing outside the clinic is 'demonstrating' against the SIN of man.
Where in Scripture do you get that concept from?

The catalyst which brings you to the clinic is sin. Any change in the person you speak to has to come from God and His dealing with His elect.

So what is it you are trying to achieve?

Presumably to save the life of one of the millions of unborn children aborted. And perhaps bring the adult sinners involved to Christ?
Does this work of yours prepare the sinner for salvation by God's election?

Question; Has God taken you to that place to meet with one of the elect to effect His purpose?

Or is this a public demonstration, on your part, to carry out God's work? (Social gospel)?

Since in your post you appear to renounce Calvin and those who agree with his teachings, (because they are not helping you there) are you doing what is called works based religion?

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News Item12/7/2020 5:35 PM
John Lee | Wales  Find all comments by John Lee
Michael Hranek. wrote:
Hi! John
1. It's real simple, let me say it this way, do you mean a brother or sister who has never met me, never walked in my shoes has any right to demand what I think of John Calvin?

2. And John, while the specifics are individual the Great Commission is for all the Redeemed.
And may God grant us to be about our Father's business.

Brother, if it helps you re-read my post and comment on it, I will answer truthfully your questions, and trust you to do the same for me.

1. No, of course not! I looked back through the thread and could not find what you meant by saying that. However, you could have just answered that point rather than pick an obvious fight, just after the last one you caused. I realise you have suffered something, and will pray that the Lord keeps you by his grace.

2. Amen, you know my position on that. And don't forget that when Paul and Barnabas set off on their first missionary journey, most of the church remained in Antioch to maintain the assembly and do their various ministries there. There is more to obeying the commission than merely preaching the gospel to the lost.

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News Item12/7/2020 5:17 PM
Michael Hranek. | outside the clinic  Find all comments by Michael Hranek.
John Lee wrote:
Michael, I know you have a heart for souls, and I greatly appreciate that. You know that, I know that, we both know that.

So, if you will excuse me, brother, it is not for you to determine what another Christian thousands of miles away from your home, whom you have never met, ought to be doing in his walk with the Lord.

Hi! John
It's real simple, let me say it this way, do you mean a brother or sister who has never met me, never walked in my shoes has any right to demand what I think of John Calvin

Adriel, just so you know, as to the specifics of of walk with Christ or not, that is intimately personal between the individual and Jesus Christ

And John, while the specifics are individual the Great Commission is for all the Redeemed
And may Gid grant us to be about Our Father's business

Time to cook supper

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News Item12/7/2020 4:37 PM
John Lee | Wales  Find all comments by John Lee
Michael, I know you have a heart for souls, and I greatly appreciate that. You know that, I know that, we both know that.

However, the Lord Jesus has given gifts to saints, as the Spirit wills. Each Christian is to make use of these gifts as given, and not go into areas not willed for him. His attitude is to be (as it says in the Messianic psalm)...

Psalms 40:8 KJV
(8)  I delight to do thy will, O my God: yea, thy law is within my heart.

One trick of the devil is to get Christians running hither and thither, trying to accomplish everything needful in their locality and beyond.

In the Acts of the Apostles, if you study the local churches formed by the will of God, you see different ministries operating, according to the various giftings God has given. And these Christians were to be led by the Spirit, and confirmed by other men in the assembly, as having been gifted.

So, if you will excuse me, brother, it is not for you to determine what another Christian thousands of miles away from your home, whom you have never met, ought to be doing in his walk with the Lord.

When we hearken to the voice of the Lord, and obey him, all will go well, and fruit will come. But wood, hay, and stubble, will burn away.

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News Item12/7/2020 4:08 PM
Michael Hranek | outside the clinic  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Adriel wrote:
“If it seems more horrible to kill a man in his own house, then in a field,...it ought surely to be deemed more atrocious to destroy a fetus in the womb before it has come to light.”
― John Calvin
Adriel
You commented to me along the lines of telling me I needed to be friends with John Calvin

With some proffessing themselves Calvinist it seems talk is cheap. I find few outside a clinic, witnessing of Christ, pleading with the mothers do not do this horrible thing, that there is a God, who is good, ready to forgive, abounding in mercy to all who call upon Hi
So, you have quoted Calvin, I hope in this matter you would take,, a stand for the weak, defenseless and say something out there were it us so needed to be heard

Leviticus 20:1-8

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News Item12/7/2020 3:48 PM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
“If it seems more horrible to kill a man in his own house, then in a field,...it ought surely to be deemed more atrocious to destroy a fetus in the womb before it has come to light.”
― John Calvin
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News Item12/6/2020 1:27 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
I wonder why they are having a problem? At least in NYS, baby-killing clinics are allowed to stay open. Maybe there’s fewer pregnancies, what with 6 foot social distancing combined with bobble head compliance.
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News Item12/5/2020 4:40 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Great news.
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News Item12/5/2020 4:30 AM
John Lee | Wales  Find all comments by John Lee
It is something to celebrate. Sort of.
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