But, Timothy, you may listen to the Trumpian sycophant, but non-christians who need it, certainly won't listen to Franklin especially if they have to pay money to listen to himâđ
[ https://tinyurl.com/tkvw2bh ] The Roman Road
Romans 3:10 As it is written, "There is none righteous, not even one." Romans 3:23 For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Romans 5:12 Therefore, just as through one man sin entered into the world, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men, because all sinned. Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 5:8 But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 10:9 That if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you shall be saved. Romans 10:13 For "Whoever will call upon the name of the Lord will be saved.
Steve Denning wrote: .... Itâs not surprising that Galliâs editorial has not won immediate support. Thatâs the normal fate of whistle-blowers. âInstitutional denial, obfuscation, and retaliation are hallmarks of many whistle-blowing cases,â says Sheelah Kolhatkar in The New Yorker. The toll on whistle-blowers can be high. Yet the impact can also be large.
Indeed, at Christmas in "the Year of the Whistle-Blower", it is fitting that we honor the birth of perhaps the most influential whistle blower all time: Jesus Christ. The son of poor parents with no formal education, Jesus grew up in a remote province of the Roman Empire to call out the powers-that-be and the principles on which almost all people were then living. For his efforts, he was reviled, imprisoned, tortured and executed. Yet his itinerant preaching has arguably had a bigger influence on society than any other human being.
excerpt from, "Trumpâs Evangelicals Say The Ends Justify The Means"đ
This didn't come from a religious magazine nor from a religious writer--- excellent opinion pieceđâ
Try these, Mike: https://tinyurl.com/yak6pydw (Here are 10 times President Trump's comments have been called racist)
No, the indwelling of the holy spirit is only continual for Christians. Old Testament Jews could have a temporary indwelling of the Spirit.
By the way:
https://tinyurl.com/sbqmxl2 (Franklin Graham rejects 'hate speech' claims after booking cancelled) but of course few the English believe that. He's usually too busy pedaling what his donors want to hear. So any message about the gospel he might give gets covered up by that.
Reuters wrote: US President Donald Trump has unveiled his long-awaited Middle East peace plan, proposing the creation of a Palestinian state, but with the "undivided city" of Jerusalem as Israel's capital....
The US says it would recognise Israeli settlements in the West Bank, but wants a four-year freeze on building any more
The Palestinians are being offered a capital in Abu Dis, a suburb outside Jerusalem's security barriers
Palestinian leaders have rejected the plan, calling it the "slap of the century"...
excerpt from, "Donald Trump releases plan for Middle East peace between Israel and Palestinians"
Carl from Asheville, who would pay attention to a sycophant of a politician âđ
Now, that can be easily seen from his actions, if Franklin is a Christian is anyone's guess. But one thing is for certain you should be able to get more money from the home folks because of this possible mistreatment at Liverpool.
I'm somewhat amazed they did cancel it because it was not open to the public as such, I believe there was an admission fee? So I'm surprised that the people who control this venue stop Frankie from raising more money.
Only 10 million dollars Franklin is worth, Timothy? It's got to be more than thatđ°
Joseph D. Harder, Ph.D. wrote: ...Many dispensationalists were hesitant to link current events with Scripture in a precise way, for they viewed their system as a âfuturistâ one: none of the prophecies regarding the last days would be fulfilled before the rapture. Biblical prophecy remained something that pertained to the future, and these dispensationalists sought to distinguish their eschatology from âhistoricistâ views that attempted to find prophetic fulfillment in the present age, an endeavor that many dispensationalists found both dangerously speculative and biblically unjustified. However, in the 1970s, a number of writers blurred the line between these futurist and historicist perspectives by seeing events of the mid-twentieth century as, if not fulfillments of prophecy, then at least as developments that set the stage for the prophetic drama.
excerpt from, '"Heal Their Land": Evangelical Political Theology From the Great Awakening to the Moral Majority"'
1 Corinthians 6 9 Or do you not know that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, 10 nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, shall inherit the kingdom of God.--- https://tinyurl.com/has82mk (NASB)
Interesting how Republicans stay away from the favorite GOP sins while attacking what the Dems haveâđ
One can only assume that Frankie stays away from those sins because it wouldn't be profitable for him to bring them up.
Joel, hardly, I'm not a mohammedan, they do what Trumpian Xians will start advocating to do with homosexuals - stone them. Trump probably won't allow that however, he seems to be a closet homosexual supporter?
Dr. Tim wrote: Jim wrote, âWe must win them to Christ that they might live wholly for God.â Amen, Jim!!! Amen, amen, amen! By the way, how many have you personally won to Christ? Thousands? Hundreds? Scores? ANY? And are you living wholly for Godâor mostly for sociopolitical issues such as âfreeâ healthcare and deposing the president?
How many have I saved from Trumpian Xianity, Timothyâď¸ even if it was only one, I would be ecstatic
The present Catholic position is really determined by the policy of the Immaculate Deceptionđ
Patsy McGarry wrote: The Catholic Churchâs current position on abortion is 144 years old. In the 1869 document Apostolicae Sedis, Pope Pius IX declared the penalty of excommunication for abortions at any stage of pregnancy. Up to then Catholic teaching was that no homicide was involved if abortion took place before the foetus was infused with a soul, known as âensoulmentâ.
Separate consciousness This was believed to occur at âquickeningâ, when the mother detected the child move for the first time in her womb. It indicated a separate consciousness.
In 1591, Pope Gregory XIV determined it took place at 166 days of pregnancy, almost 24 weeks. That is the current legal limit for abortion in the UK. It was Catholic Church teaching until 1869.
Among those who held a different view on abortion to that of the Catholic Church now are some of its most eminent thinkers. [ ]
excerpt from, "Catholic Church teaching on abortion dates from 1869"
Before the marriage of political convenience between conservative Catholics and Protestants, the Protestants took the same view as the Jews did on abortionâ
The apostle Paul was a perfect example of the following.
JF&B Bible Commentary wrote: .... Â be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as dovesâWonderful combination this! Alone, the wisdom of the serpent is mere cunning, and the harmlessness of the dove little better than weakness: but in combination, the wisdom of the serpent would save them from unnecessary exposure to danger; the harmlessness of the dove, from sinful expedients to escape it. In the apostolic age of Christianity, how harmoniously were these qualities displayed! Instead of the fanatical thirst for martyrdom, to which a later age gave birth, there was a manly combination of unflinching zeal and calm discretion, before which nothing was able to stand.
excerpt from, "Matthew 10:16"
The apostle Paul knew that he had to get out the message to the unsaved that they needed Christ, and then he attacked individual type sins after they were parts of congregations. He wasn't playing to a crowd back home who were looking at a particular sin, he wasn'tâ---
2 Corinthians 2:17 17Â For we are not as so many, peddling the word of God. But as of sincerity, but as of God, in the sight of God, we speak in Christ.
Paul usually got the Gospel across before he was run out of a town :no
Carl, of Asheville, I would suggest you read the portion on segregation, etc. of
https://tinyurl.com/sswpdgw ("Heal Their Land": Evangelical Political Theology From the Great Awakening to the Moral Majority) if you're using an Android tablet and depending on the version of Android you have, etc., you may be able to read this dissertation without downloading it. I assume you can find 1.6 megabytes of space to download it. No doubt it'll be downloaded as a PDF file if that is the only option that gives you, and then go to section on civil rights of the dissertation.
No, most abortions are not murder. And if you do consider that then why don't you complain about the high priestess of President Trump?
https://tinyurl.com/vntwcwf (Trumpâs spiritual adviser called for âall satanic pregnancies to miscarry.â It was a metaphor, she says.)
'"Christian activism" involves today the well-meaning but foolish attempt to force "Christian principles" upon a godless society through more effective lobbying, larger demonstrations, and greater "social upheaval" than the homosexuals, abortionists, or pornographers can produce....we must win them to Christ that they might live wholly for God....' https://tinyurl.com/ypago4 ("Christian" Activism?)
It's obvious that Netanyahu does not believe in term limitsâ
Reuters etc. wrote: ....
â˘Mr Netanyahu's request for protection from prosecution had effectively blocked the filing of the indictment until now
â˘He could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted
â˘Protests took place in Gaza City ahead of the Trump administration's announcement of its Israel-Palestinian peace plan, set to happen within hours of the formal indictment....
excerpt from, "Benjamin Netanyahu formally indicted on corruption charges hours before Donald Trump's peace plan unveiling"
John MacArthur wrote: .... Now, if thatâs the case, if we are to avoid doing that, how do we then interpret the Scripture? Let me give you five sound principles, all right? If you work through these, youâll be on the way to rightly dividing the Word. Principle number one weâll call the literal principle; the literal one....the theologians used to call itÂ usus loquendiÂ in the Latin, meaning the words of Scripture are to be interpreted the same way words are understood in ordinary daily use....