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News Item3/8/16 10:26 AM
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His writings have been greatly appreciated by some of us.
Sermon Audio has a few of his sermons listed on their speaker page.

News Item3/5/16 11:18 PM
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Shane wrote:
It is a sad thing...
When some of God's redeemed people, choose to not defile their conscience by voting for the lesser of two evils, only to be condemned and blamed for the outcome.
Condemnation for casting your ballot in the prayer closet?
Did God call his chosen people out of Egypt just so they could ask for a king like the other nations have?
Well, their King came to them. God the son, in the flesh, and they rejected him.
But God's will was accomplished in the death and resurrection of his Son. Even though they cast their vote against him.
The point is, God is sovereign over everything, caring for his young, whether they are in Egypt, Babylon, USA, or anywhere else on the earth.

News Item3/4/16 4:34 PM
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Andrea,
Thanks for your reply.
There was never any indication in my comments to you that I thought you were less or more Christian than anyone else.
I gave Scripture not personal opinion or fancy concerning what you posted about preaching in church at sixteen and in the public square.
What you choose to do with those Scriptures is completely up to you.
As a mature Christian woman I have done my duty before God and man.
Take care.

News Item3/4/16 2:50 PM
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Sister ladybug,
Once again thank you for always being an encouragement.
Another quote from A.W.
"One breath of Paradise will extinguish all the adverse winds of earth"
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Thanks to you also brother Frank who is a voice of reason among the caviling spirits that are double minded in their ways.

News Item3/4/16 2:14 PM
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Frank,

Scripture is clear there are some areas where women are not to serve.
1 Ti. 2:11,12 is the most important statement in the area of leadership roles in the church. Along with 1Cor. 14:33-35 it indicates a universal spiritual principle, that the divine order for women is subordination (not inferiority) to men.

A woman should not enter a sphere of spiritual activity for which by dent of her very creation she is not suited.


News Item3/4/16 7:29 AM
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@ladybug,
Sister, thank you for your encouraging posts.
Concerning the other issue that has now arisen; on my part I will let the said poster have the last word and be done, we all know from experience on these forums that some are quite obsessive in this regard.

Blessings to you and yours.


News Item3/4/16 7:02 AM
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What a deliberate misrepresentation of my post to Andrea by John Uk.
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Andrea,
I was addressing what you posted concerning your preaching at sixteen in church, and publicly in the town square.
Scriptures were given concerning this.
What you choose to do in your home is between God and you, I would never presume to interfere in that setting.


News Item3/3/16 6:37 PM
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Andrea,
Lol...I wear makeup, jewelry, and so do all my Christian sisters, and as my husband will testify I have much to say concerning my Lord and His Gospel..just not in corporate gatherings of the worship of God or in public street preaching.

"And why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say"? Luke 6:46.


News Item3/3/16 4:36 PM
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Andrea,Athens Greece wrote:
Greetings one and all,I preach and I teach without usurping any man's authority.I have a Bible study in my home and I live in the country far from Athens.I first preached in church at the age of sixteen.I would stand in the town square and openly preach Christ to anyone( man or woman) that would listen.
Hello Andrea,
The Bible is crystal clear concerning women teachers, preachers, etc.
We find in 1 Timothy 2:9-15 and Titus 2:3-5 plus 1 Corinthians 14:34-35, our God ordained role.
Gods position for women from the beginning lets us know that we are to be in subjection to man and not allowed to usurp his authority.

As women we have a definite place in reaching others about Christ, but we must not go beyond the bounds which God has placed for our own good.
All of Gods best to you.


News Item3/3/16 11:36 AM
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Ladybug,
What a lovely testimony of God's grace.

Modesty, true spiritual beauty(1Peter 3:1-6), godliness, and good works~these will characterize the woman God blesses.


News Item3/2/16 9:11 PM
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Ladybug,
My husband says a hearty Amen!

News Item2/29/16 6:57 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Only thing mysterious about this is the Vatican's interest in this death? What was taken out the apartment? Something concerning Frannie?
Perhaps the Vatican is trying to draw away attention that "Spotlight" the movie about Catholic Church abuse in Boston won the Best Picture Oscar? [URL=http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/la-et-oscars-2016-live-updates-88th-academy-awards-20160228-htmlstory.html#3712]]]http://tinyurl.com/zgcxogv ('Spotlight' victim says best-picture win a new level of validation)[/URL]. Also see, [URL=http://www.bishop-accountability.org/AbuseTracker/]]]http://www.bishop-accountability.org/AbuseTracker/[/URL]
Although I never heard of this movie till yesterday, I just marvel how God is using the entertainment of the masses to keep the "spotlight" on the wicked reprobate papacy.

News Item2/22/16 10:23 AM
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penned wrote:
I think Christians are to blame if instead of clearly saying, stop letting men go into girls bathrooms they argue about where the sin started. who cares where the sin started? there is a problem. I figure we could take things back really far on that... all the way back to the serpent and the first man and woman... point being, that this is how the enemy keeps the church from having effect, through angry Christians pounding those trying to make a difference. (pietism likes to blame, but never act)
for once, why can we not just agree?..."this is awful", show up at city counsel meeteings together and speak the truth in love? or wherever we may be in solidarity? ...
I think the constant bickering among brethren is a safer place than having to actually face the confused world. I wonder if our "ethics" guys find it safer to chastise the brethren for having effect where God has positioned them, than to walk into the web of satan's work?
I can guarantee to you that those disrobed girls aren't caring who you or I originally blame, they just don't want to be disrobed in front of men? if we love people, we'll get beyond the bickering and if we love Christ, we will be a voice of reason to this confused society in HIS NAME.
Yep!

News Item2/20/16 10:17 PM
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
I know I am not Dave, (never had vegemite ) but by God's grace will prayer for you sister Dorcas
With much gratefulness, brothers US & Dave.
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Perhaps Marmite would be a tastier choice..

News Item2/20/16 2:31 PM
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Dave wrote:
G'day John ,
I'm thinking psalms 51.?
With UK eu talks , immigration here and elections in the usa, Syria, psalms 51.praying with our leaders in mind.
Carry on with acts 20:1-?.
Break bread, pray for all here on S.A. ,
If anyone has need of particular prayer we would be happy to pray also here for you today.
Lord bless.
Hello Dave,
Unspoken request for myself and members of my family would be appreciated.
Thank you and the Lord Bless your meeting to His glory.

News Item2/19/16 1:14 PM
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BRF wrote:
While I don't believe Roman Catholicism is Christina but another gospel.
We must all ask ourselves each day am I a Christian? Do I live and act in a Christ like way, we are very good at seeing the faults of others and accusing others of not being Christians, but what about ourselves, humility is still a Christ like virtue.
Are we living the faith once delivered to the saints.

News Item2/17/16 7:00 PM
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Well said US.

"Happy is the man that can take up his cross as God lays it down without adding more to it".
John Bunyan


News Item2/17/16 3:38 PM
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Frank wrote:
Well, let’s see. Feminists support feminists, homosexuals support homosexuals; legalists support legalists; ecumenicalists support ecumenicalists, catholics support catholics; hijab wearers support hijab wearers and wacko obsessive posters support wacko obsessive posters. And those who have a gentle and quiet spirit support those who have a gentle and quiet spirit. It would appear to me that nothing abnormal is taking place here. Now moderators, I didn’t use any names, so this was not a personal attack and it does pertain to the article.
If the shoe fits, then simply put it on, if not ignore this comment. In any event, I will not respond to anyone who objects to this post. Some on here are obviously way beyond my spiritual walk and I simply can’t compare my thoughts with theirs.
The tongue of the learned has spoken...
So good to read a common sense post, thank you brother.

News Item2/15/16 8:05 PM
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Penned & ladybug,
Thanks for the encouragement.
Will check out Mr. Everard's sermon.

Blessings to you both.


News Item2/15/16 7:40 PM
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B,
Angry?...no, disgusted.
It is encouraging to know that our success in the Christian life does not depend on the opinions or attitudes of other Christians.
God is the Judge, and He is able to make us stand.
Let us all be busy working for the Lord; then we will not have the time or inclination to be investigating the lives of our brethren.
We can pray, advise, and even admonish, but we cannot "play God".
When Jesus Christ is our Lord, we must let Him to deal with His own as He wishes.
Btw: we are abstainers, have no television, don't smoke or chew or go with those who do. So I am not defending a pet sin, but will defend my brethrens right of private judgement.
Good evening.
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