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Dolores wrote:
Hi JohnUk, I agree because to me its pretty close to what Paul encountered at Corinth so many idols and one unknown to cover all bases. Billy Graham being the humble man he was would not have wanted a statue put up to honor him. He always pointed to Christ and Christ alone as the way to salvation.
Hi Dolores, and good to hear from you and renew fellowship. Yes, I agree. He was a very humble man, and his preaching always left you thinking of Jesus. I personally believe that he would be very upset over the building of a statue representing him.
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Greetings, thank you.

1. Quite so.
2. I will agree to disagree.


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Billy Graham preached a different jesus, one you could make a decision for. This was his undoing, his statue would be similar to that of Dagon.
From Graham concerning his meeting RCC priest Fulton Sheen, "We talked about our ministries and our common commitment to evangelism, and I told him how grateful I was for his ministry and his focus on Christ. … We talked further and we prayed; and by the time he left, I felt as if I had known him all my life.”. Graham failed to distinguish the RCC Jesus from the Christ of the Bible, which testifies he doesn't know the true Christ. Erecting a statue isn't as problematic as Graham's Arminian false gospel and his being in bed with Rome, the great harlot.

News Item8/5/2020 7:44 AM
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B. McCausland wrote:
John, confessions are not inspired documents, neither their writers were sinless, perfect or infallible, but subceptive to bagages.
Ps. No need to go ad hominem please.
Sister, no ad hominem from me, I assure you, merely observing the scriptural practice and seeking to be conformed to the will of God.

As to the first part of your comment, sure, no problem. I don't have truck with Protestant Popes, whether they be men or women. We are all of us subject to frailty of thought, misinterpretations of scripture, endless eschatological debate, and so on.

But it is a plain fact of scripture, which all must agree on, that God has ordained men to teach the word of God to a flock, whether or not they have all their i's dotted and t's crossed. This is the blueprint, and those who are likened to the gainsaying of Korah, who refused submission to Moses, may have to pay a price for their rebellion, for God will have purity in the camp. This is why some will not attend a church fellowship, they will never live in submission to anyone. Maybe the devil got them into that state, but it is a sad case, and makes for unfruitfulness in the kingdom of God.


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John, there is no internet in heaven, yet you are using it right now.

I think statues are a great way to show respect to people.


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Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
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Hi JohnUk, I agree because to me its pretty close to what Paul encountered at Corinth so many idols and one unknown to cover all bases. Billy Graham being the humble man he was would not have wanted a statue put up to honor him. He always pointed to Christ and Christ alone as the way to salvation.

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B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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John, confessions are not inspired documents, neither their writers were sinless, perfect or infallible, but subceptive to bagages.

Ps. No need to go ad hominem please.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Governor Noem's tough stance with Native Americans doesn't seem to be working all that well.

https://tinyurl.com/y2h8vqee ( South Dakota lawmakers criticize Noem on tribal checkpoints)


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John UK  Find all comments by John UK
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B. McCausland wrote:
Man made confessions can end up as a bunch of presumptions, well meant intentions, some wrong preconceptions, along with some spiritual truth mingled with assumptions. All these pack and knit together makes it hard to dissect them apart especially when deriving from a long-lived religious tradition.
Sister, the problem you have here, is that these men who compiled the confession, were appointed and anointed by God, to oversee the flock of God particularly purchased by the blood of Christ, and everything in the confession was taught to societies of Christians by the will of God, according to biblical precedent.

Whereas if you, or any other individual, says that you have the truth in your own mind, and that if the truth you hold to is at variance with the 1689 confession, it is the 1689 confession which must bow down to you, and accept your verdict, even though you have no authority from God to make such a declaration, and especially so, being a woman with no authority to teach men, in accordance with scripture.

I'm just being open and honest here, and I hope you can see how I view the situation. And I hope I get all things from scripture, as I'm sure the Baptist pastors did.


News Item8/5/2020 6:36 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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John UK wrote:
... the 1689 Confession...
Paragraph 7. Worthy receivers, outwardly partaking of the visible elements in this ordinance, do then also inwardly by faith, spiritually receive, and feed upon Christ crucified, and all the benefits of his death; the body and blood of Christ being spiritually present to the faith of believers in that ordinance, as the elements themselves are to their outward senses.
Man made confessions can end up as a bunch of presumptions, well meant intentions, some wrong preconceptions, along with some spiritual truth mingled with assumptions. All these pack and knit together makes it hard to dissect them apart especially when deriving from a long-lived religious tradition.

Yes, some truths in the text have spiritual reality, but to bring it to the sensual side per magic mystical feeling is not there any time.

E. G. Do you reckon the Israelites eating the passover had a mystical awareness, or a grateful remembrance of true facts in their past history ?

Let's remember that the phrase 'means of grace' birthed from RC dogma, rather than from Scriptures


News Item8/5/2020 6:19 AM
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Fyi-++https://biblehub.com/commentaries/calvin/john/3.htm. men love to defend and prop up their idols 🤮. Not gonna waste time on the rest of you gibberish remarks.
Sister MS👍

News Item8/5/2020 6:16 AM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
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John,

In this case the eating of his flesh and blood represents our union with Christ (identification with him) and of being part of him.

Sister, I've no doubt but that there will be those who agree with that sort of thing, but to me it seems a stretch of the imagination.

I agree that we can discount the magic show which the priests of the RCC perform at the mass (so-called).

However, I am happy to accept the 1689 Confession's verdict on the matter, which was Spurgeon's own confession, and which he taught in the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London.

Here is Chapter 30 of the 1689 Baptist Confession, with the negatives taken out for clarity.

Paragraph 7. Worthy receivers, outwardly partaking of the visible elements in this ordinance, do then also inwardly by faith, spiritually receive, and feed upon Christ crucified, and all the benefits of his death; the body and blood of Christ being spiritually present to the faith of believers in that ordinance, as the elements themselves are to their outward senses.

Thusly, there is far more to communion than a mere remembrance; here is an active participation owing to the presence of Christ, present that is, to those who are believing.


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Does this mean not even medical marijuana can cure racism?

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When your website or blog goes live for the first time, it is exciting. That is until you realize no one but you and your

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The article made some very good points❗

News Item8/5/2020 5:49 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I can see why Franklin Graham wouldn't be that happy with the statue; his father was more nonpartisan than he is.
Robert P. Jones wrote:
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In some important ways, “White Too Long” represents my accounting of a journey I’ve been on at least since my seminary days in my early 20s. I was raised as a Southern Baptist in Mississippi and attended a Southern Baptist college and seminary. At the same time, I attended newly integrated public schools in Jackson, where I attended classes and played sports with African American classmates. But our social lives, our neighborhoods and churches were largely still segregated. It wasn’t until I was in seminary that I became aware of the genesis of my denomination, which I capture in the first sentence of the book: “The Christian denomination in which I grew up was founded on the proposition that chattel slavery could flourish alongside the gospel of Jesus Christ.” That appalling contradiction, and its legacy all around me growing up, has haunted me my whole adult life....
excerpts from, "How white supremacy infected Christianity and the Republican Party"

https://tinyurl.com/y4nffgkj


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John UK wrote:
... my question was:
John 6:53 KJV
(53) Then Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, ye have no life in you.
So, brother, however you interpret the eating of his flesh and drinking his blood, you will still have to do it, or you have no life in you. So how and when do you eat his flesh and drink his blood?
John, the passage should be taken as one of the types of Christ, the same as he being the door, the bread, the way, etc... A figure of speech as it were.
For instance, that Christ is the way, does not mean that in our way to the father we climb over on top of Christ 's slaps of stone.

In this case the eating of his flesh and blood represents our union with Christ (identification with him) and of being part of him.

See,
"For we are members of his body, of his flesh, and of his bones"

The association of this passage with the Lord's supper as
"eating' his flesh and blood is a relic from romanism where it is thought people' feed' on Christ through the host ingestion.


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Hilarious Tooth Fairy Stories That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud · We dare you to read these silly, sweet stories and not crack a smile

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So what’s the cure? Pills? A shot? Oh, I get it—money!

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The reason rioting and looting ate occurring in other places is because the mob violence IS being tolerated. It’s too bad one of the few real men in state governments is a woman.

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I think they should install a statue of Ronald McDonald. He’d fit right in with all the other clowns on Capitol Hill 🤡
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