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Sermon Christ From A to Z - Part 1 | Frank Tate
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"Thank you so much, for this message was truly a blessing"
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Sermon3/28/2020 11:25 PM
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Did God Sent The Virus?
Elder Joe Holder
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“ Reconsidering ”
Lam 3:35-40, To turn aside the right of a man before the face of the most High, To subvert a man in his cause, the Lord approves not. Who is he that says, and it comes to pass, when the Lord commands it not? Out of the mouth of the most High proceeds not evil and good? Wherefore does a living man complain, a man for the punishment of his sins? Let us search and try our ways, and turn again to the LORD.

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And where does all this money come from?
Are not most countries already in debt?
Can states borrow money? and from who?
Or is it simply making money out of paper?
Crisis procure decisive opportunities for bankers to secure prospect wealth by the returns from loans the "new" money created out of nothing ensures.

Sermon3/22/2020 8:49 PM
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A Dwelling Place for the People of God
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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“ Timely admonition ”

News Item3/21/2020 4:46 PM
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Through all the changing scenes of life,
in trouble and in joy,
the praises of my God shall still
my heart and tongue employ.

Of his deliv'rance I will boast,
till all that are distressed
from my example comfort take,
and charm their griefs to rest.

Oh, magnify the Lord with me;
with me exalt his name;
when in distress to him I called,
he to my rescue came.

The hosts of God encamp around
the dwellings of the just;
deliv'rance he affords to all
who on his succor trust.

Oh, make but trial of his love,
experience will decide
how blest are they, and only they,
who in his truth confide.

Fear him, ye saints, and you will then
have nothing else to fear;
make you his service your delight,
your wants shall be his care.

https://youtu.be/WajVKLprgwk


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Chrisgp from England wrote:
Two more considerations here in Britain; with the proposed over 70’s 4 month lockdown, that will remove all the older people at a stroke,...
As all things work together for good, and being many remnant congregations in the UK made up mainly of elderly folk, this might serve for the church in Britain as a reality check to assess at which state the church is in.

Sermon3/17/2020 4:44 PM
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Turning Our Sorrows Into a Song
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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“ Top message ”
Highly recommended.

Sermon3/16/2020 5:02 AM
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Worldviews That Damn the Soul
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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“ Profitable exhortation ”
Interesting take about the four Woes following the beatitudes

Sermon2/27/2020 5:08 PM
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Political Polytheism, Part 1
Brian Schwertley
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“ Much to think about ”

Sermon2/26/2020 4:36 AM
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“ Significant series ”
Easy to spot on the ills of totalitarian socialist regimes, but it is rather harder to live under the pain everyday 'mild' socialistic policies inflict is our present Western societies

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Theproverbialboot wrote:
Nicely noted.
New monikers around for the usual purpose noticed.

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Mixing information and twisting the posting order to suit the intend of some here ... how poor are we getting with this?

It does not say much for the Christian character of the posting body here when people congratulate the fact of apologies presented in advance for admiting that some might defer to the particular view presented.
This sounds as an indication that some might be more in the business of suppressing truth than in the search of true knowledge ...

It is like congratulating a teenager for making him admit that he is not entitled to an opinion !?!?!
The obvious mature debating skills seem at loss in the sea of Belial by such quagmires.

Disclaimer, Nothing to do with your apology, Lurker.


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Pelagianism Refuted
Dr. Mark Allison
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“ Useful gospel message ”
Also historically informative about semi-pelagianism. Good comment below, brother Florin.

Sermon2/21/2020 6:35 PM
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The Limitations of Affliction
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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“ Some blessing ”

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Thanks for your gracious response, Lurker.
Yours is been a blessing too.
May grace preserve our doings and abound.
Take care

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Apologies accepted, Lurker.

IMHO oftimes there is excesive fuss made of things which are plain, say things whose main sense is obvious, and the grieving is that sometimes man is trying to be wiser than God, or try to play 'god', or simply speculate upon things which are not totally given but inferred throughout the revelation of Scripture.

It is my personal understanding that often we should admit that the words of Christ:
"...it is not given unto you to know ... " should be our contented lot.

My apologies if you, and/or others here differ on this, being then cause for misunderstanding, with the potential to develope into idle contempt which is not my intend.

Again my apologies if this if misconstrued in any other way than the reason for which it is shared.

Regards


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How to Be a Faithful Man
Clarence Sexton
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“ Inspirational and wholesome address ”

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Jack wrote:
RIP - such a sad loss.
Due to the often misuse of the RIP, and for general knowledge, it is fitting to be aware that a bible believer is with Christ in death.
The RIP farewell to the dead derives from the RC wish for their dead to be free from any possible torment in the uncertainty of the after death.

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McCheyne on the Lord's Day
Jim Savastio
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“ Great, relevant, poignant, and interesting ”
Thank you

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1. Lurker, no insult. Sorry you take it that way.
The message of God's word, say the Bible, is intended to be understood by the most, including the little ones or the 'not educated' as it were, without the scholastics of Hebrew or Greek.
Though Scriptures have depth they are also plain in the main message for the whosoever .
This is the meaning of the comment.

2. Salvation it is always inferred as given. So it is a gift

Trust this clarifies the issue as no further interaction is intended.
Take cate


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Douglas Fir wrote:
Another try from the 'World Nut DAily' folk to get some clicks going their way. I think the key aspect missing in the headline is "British" or "UK" because the issue is there, not in the US. I have commented before that I have given up on anything UK or British, since they have long changed their society, thanks in part to their very liberal governments, controlling elites, and immigration of mostly Muslims that have transformed the country. Next thing will be 'minarets appearing in British towns' awakening all residents with their 5am calls to prayer. Welcome to England!
Sir, the United Kingdom has a remnant which trusts the same God that said that he would spare Sodom if he found 10 just men in it.
There are more than ten among us here.

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Lurker wrote:
... both faith (implicitly) and grace (explicitly) are named as gifts from God but, to my knowledge, salvation is not. If I'm mistaken I'd welcome the evidence.
Poor man in the street if he cannot make out the difference between the 'that' and the 'it' to understand the sense of Ephesians 2:8. !?!?

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