Lurker wrote: Hey Frank, I'm a night hawk by nature and my brain is most active and productive when most people are asleep. I have to take a sleep med to shut it down so I can sleep. And you're an hour behind me anyway so not all that late here. But thanks for asking.
Nice hearing from you old friend. I am assuming you are still an ember. Anyway, I also have had sleeping problems all my life. I currently am taking something called Trazadone and it isnât working either. I still fall asleep late, but when I do fall asleep I am really out of it. I have tried over the counter drugs and they have never worked either. It is strange how God leaves some of these things with us and delivers us from others.
I have also tried binging right before bed and usually that doesnât work either.
Take care and Iâm glad to see you are okay and posting.
James Thomas wrote: Isa 62:3 ...I agree it is a reference but for who?
Good Morning James,
Leaving private worship from Jud 20 and Ps 5 I find this consideration to be necessary for balance. This portion in Judges is very sobering,the bad fruit of a want of *godly* national leadership. Ps 5 convinced me if a busy national leader/head of household like David saw the necessity of dependent prayer all should. Ps 110:1
It would seem to me to best understand what the prophet is declaring as God's messenger context is essential. The later part of the prophetic book was yet future hope to him.
The word crown brings to mind headship/kingship and glory brings to mind God. The Father, Son and Holy Ghost have essential reigning glory as The Lord God Omnipotent, but the Son as Mediator, the God/man has been given a donative headship/glory over man as the last Adam 1 Co 11:3
Rev_20:6Â Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God (1Pe 2:5)and of Christ, and shall reign with him a 1000 years.
Interestingly a crown is on a head and a diadem in the hand. It is certainly a contrast to the mark of the beast.
James, I was taking out some trash at our church recently and I saw that someone had thrown an Ugly Stik with a Shakespeare spincast reel in the dumpster. Suffice it to say it ainât in there no more!
Doc, My dad and I swore by the tequila red shad plastic worm by culprit for about three decades until he passd in 2002. The banjo lure came in a close second, but there's nothing like catching a bass on one. Oh, and the rod had to be an Ugly stik, nothing else came close
For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved
That is the hope we hold out to the condemned sinner. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved is the message we give. Yes, we know that only Godâs people for whom He died are going to be the willing ones in the day of His power (Psalm 110:3). The truths of the Scriptures donât contradict one another.
The gospel is to be preached to every creature. We donât have a way to know whom God has chosen. Which one of us back in the early days of Christianity would have thought Saul of Tarsus was a chosen one of God? This is why we must sow , we must water and we must leave the results of it to God alone, salvation is of the Lord.
Certainly right, Brother John. We saw camera footage on the news the other night.
Ammonium nitrate is nothing to play with. There have been similar accidents here in the US.
I read elsewhere that the explosion decimated a large part of the city, including the Christian section.
It's a good reminder that our lives are in His hands. At any moment we could be ushered into the presence of the Lord in heavrn, whether that be thru a disease, other health condition, some sort of accident, or thru a purposeful act of violence against us. Are each of us prepared for that day?
It is also a reminder that our lives could be turned upside down in an instant. How would we then live, care for our families, and care for those within our churches?
Thank you, John Uk, I actually meant for Godâs blessings be upon you and peace from God throughout this day. Thereâs a song I love called,â One Day at a Time.â I have a tape that I listen to when Iâm doing my daily walk. One day at a time, dear Jesus, thatâs all Iâm asking of you. Yesterdayâs gone, sweet Jesus and tomorrow may never be mine, so teach me to take one day at a time. During this plague it has given me much peace to do this. This forum is a good place to be with fellowship among the brethren even when we donât always agree, we learn from each other. You have always done that for me ever since I started on here years ago.Thanks again for the inspiration to face who knows what today đ
Dr. Tim wrote: BTW, John, I have been an angler for more than sixty years, and have caught literally thousands of freshwater fish. I learned a long time ago that a lot more fish are caught by people who actually go fishing than by people who sit around and run off at the mouth about the best methods of fishing.
Well, well, and there's me catching the fishing bug about sixty years ago also. And I also used to say to others, so long as your line is in the water, there is hope of a catch. Theorising at home may have benefits, but those benefits will never be tested until you actually go fishing and put it all into practice.
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BYW, John, I have been an angler for more than sixty years, and have caught literally thousands of freshwater fish. I learned a long time ago that a lot more fish are caught by people who actually go fishing than by people who sit around and run off at the mouth about the best methods of fishing.
True, John. Spurgeon didnât just hang around the Tabernacle hoping someone would pop in and get saved. He went after sinners, the way we are all supposed to do. Iâm sure his life would have been more comfortable if he had.
Dr. Tim wrote: BMc, I concur fully with JUKâs assessment of your post.
Dr. Tim Some sound and encouraging posts I am reminded this am of:
Also He spoke this parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and despised others:
âTwo men went up to the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector.
The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, âGod, I thank You that I am not like other menâextortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even as this tax collector. I fast twice a week; I give tithes of all that I possess.â
And the tax collector, standing afar off, would not so much as raise his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast, saying, âGod, be merciful to me a sinner!â I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other;
for everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.â Luke 18:9-14
Don't you just love Jesus! In Him we are So Forgiven and bear no condemnation even though we would have so deserved it. Time for a song!
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Dr. Tim wrote: 1. The only gospel that can save is that Christ died for our sins, was buried, and rose again. Any gospel other than this is a false and accursed gospel. I Corinthians 15:1-4, Galatians 1:8-9. 2. The only way the gospel can save is for people to hear it and after hearing it (or, in some cases, while hearing it) to trust Jesus Christ as Savior. Romans 10:13-17, Acts 16:30-31. 3. The only way they can hear it is if someone actually preaches it either verbally, in written form, or by sign language. Romans 10:14-15. 4. The only ones who preach it to any considerable extent are âArminians,â including Independent Fundamental Baptists. Thatâs why âArminiansâ have the blessings of seeing a lot of people get saved, while Soggy Grace churches rarely if ever do. II Corinthians 9:6.
Doc, all four points are very fair, even point 4, which I read twice to make sure.
I think you are referring to contemporary sovereign grace churches, which are tending to laziness and hyper-calvinistic tendencies. Charles Spurgeon's church was a 1689 Baptist, and he saw massive numbers of conversions, even when he was only a young man. Same for George Whitefield, preaching outdoors.
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