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Sermon UK 2019 Conf # 1 That God's purpose may stand... | James Guyo
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"May we never tire of hearing such a glorious message of salvation."
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Thanks, James! Great catch. Not sure I completely agree, though. 1 Peter does not appear to be written solely to a Jewish audience at least to me. Could be missing something obvious, which would not be the first time.

News Item9/18/19 8:52 AM
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Thanks, Prof Nutty. I think we agree. You made your case quite well.

My point is that the Holy Spirit's work in the believer, of raising one who is dead to life in Christ, does not end there. The Lord reconciles the undeserving unbeliever to Himself in Christ, but a reflection of that reconciliation vertically is a reconciliation horizontally -- and down comes the middle wall of separation. The Apostle Peter describes us those who were not a people, that is a motley mass of various ethnicities but that internal "ethnicity" changes in Christ to alogn as one of His adopted brotgers and sisters (1 Peter 2:10). But, sadly, you are correct. So much of this is declarative and not complete in this life due to total depravity. So peace in the camp of God is limited at best...as shown often on this board.

But it stands utterly opposed to the Vatican's latest nonsense regarding educating people to be "good," whatever that means in their eyes.


News Item9/18/19 12:21 AM
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Seems like the sham of these religions is being exposed by the adherents' ridiculous inventions.

News Item9/18/19 12:17 AM
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Apparently the two Liu kids are bait for their father, a former CCP official, who reportedly left his family some years ago.

Such are the soft yet hard tactics of the Chinese state. I have to wonder how the Cultural Revolution 2.0 fits into these detainments?


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This young woman has done more to forward the Pope's plan to create a better fraternity of peoples than the Vatican's global education plan described in another news article today.

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I've seen a lot of nutty stuff exposed by the press regarding the Vatican and its potentate, but this is nuttier than a fruit cake.

What does this "new humanism" entail? Who defines the terms "hospitality," "justice," and "peace?" How is education going to change hearts?

Silly people, the Lord does all this without some humanist globalist agenda! Ephesians 2 lays it out. Turn to the Lord, and the Holy Spirit's reforms with the heart will begin to build compassion, hospitality, truth, and quiet living that lend toward justice and peace. Clintonites indeed!


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You heard the man, Brother Tim! So did I, from out front of the house. I'm just not familiar with a requirement to always be yelling. The verse quoted is a specific instance, not a commandment for incessant volume.

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Hooray! Thanks, Steven! This is a great resource for homeschool families!

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It is hard to imagine that this nation would go so far as codify that the emperor has no clothes, that is, to silence opposition to mental illness and serious delusions. Instead of covering up the problem, why can't we address the underlying issue of the aftermath of childhood sexual trauma and of mental illness. Instead we pay these poor people on the head, insisting that the sick be told they are well.

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It is hard to imagine that this nation would go so far as codify that the emperor has no clothes, that is, to silence opposition to mental illness and serious delusions. Instead of covering up the problem, why can't we address the underlying issue of the aftermath of childhood sexual trauma and of mental illness. Instead we pay these poor people on the head, insisting that the sick be told they are well.

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Sounds more like By-ends of Fair-speech to me, DF, referencing Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress at the Seventh Stage.

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My family and I know a family from Hong Kong that are Christians. They, of course, now reside in the US.

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Same here, Gay.

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Somehow, this is not surprising. There are a lot of factors, including Proposition 13's property tax implications, the sanctuary state of undocumented day workers, and the general destruction of the middle class.

People are truly suffering in California, and they groan under the impact of poor governance.


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Good summary of events posted here:

https://world.wng.org/2019/09/timeline_the_hong_kong_protests

Seems like it's becoming an outright cry for freedom and liberty, but there will always be those who stand against those concepts. My prayer is that Hong Kong would be protected and enabled to become a light for the Gospel not only to China, but to the watching world.


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Thanks, THBCC, for sharing that. What you related really seems to be the case Every time I run into someone deluded from how God finely crafted them, I am reminded that most of them are dealing with the aftermath of horrendous abuse. Now I haven't walked in their shoes nor do I understand what load they bear as a result. But I do know that going against the Lord's commandments doesn't make things any better. It is entirely more profitable to turn to the Lord with one's hurt and damage and ask His help in sorting it out, starting with saving faith in Jesus Christ.

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While this is seemingly good news, it is likely a political trick to spur voting for the Progressive candidates. Doesn't New York State ban this so-called "conversion therapy" anyway? They all but ban babies at the state level. How would they not have insistuted a ban on therapy/evangelism toward the LGBT+ community?

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While I can certainly understand the frustration of those who have been limited by commercial carriers of social media, is there really a requirement that they have to provide equal time or space to opposing viewpoints than those held by their own corporation?

Facebook and internet social media companies like Facebook are essentially private entities but want to be considered a broad public forum. You can't have it both ways, though. At some point, any provider of public forum will be stretched to provide a stump on which an opposing view will be touted.

Take SA, for instance. What if the BHO Administration or Congress had tried to force SA to post articles favorable to abortion, LGBT+ lifestyles, excessive drinking of alcohol, etc? It would be a travesty of justice.


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Thanks, Frank. Perhaps the Lord will remember and honor our plea for the poor fellow?

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