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TUESDAY, FEB 9, 2016  |  285 comments
NFL Celebrates LGBT Love, Black Lives Matter
The NFL’s Super Bowl 50 halftime show was embedded with an array of political messages hiding in plain view.

From the rainbow theme to the Black Panther suits worn by Beyonce’s dancers, the show was meant to celebrate a social platform that took its cues from the Democratic Party in a key presidential election year.


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News Item2/21/16 12:00 PM
Hmmm  Find all comments by Hmmm
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Thanks I would have never figured that out
Ouch!
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News Item2/21/16 8:32 AM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
B. McCausland wrote:
US
Through SA, where ever God raises a preacher according to righteousness Christ's children flock in.
True piety does not come determined by geographical location; it comes determined by where ever God is pleased to raise such good men for our good and profit.
This does not mean that we should assume that they come raised in particular areas, or out of as specific ethnic group for any peculiar reason all the time. In reality they are scattered all over different places, though regretfully not always where human understanding would like so, perhaps.
"Now to him that is of power to stablish you according to my gospel, and the preaching of Jesus Christ, .. according to the commandment of the everlasting God, *made known to all nations* for the obedience of faith, ... to God only wise, be glory through Jesus Christ for ever. Amen."
Rom 16:25-17
Thanks I would have never figured that out
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News Item2/21/16 3:40 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
US
Through SA, where ever God raises a preacher according to righteousness Christ's children flock in.
True piety does not come determined by geographical location; it comes determined by where ever God is pleased to raise such good men for our good and profit.

This does not mean that we should assume that they come raised in particular areas, or out of as specific ethnic group for any peculiar reason all the time. In reality they are scattered all over different places, though regretfully not always where human understanding would like so, perhaps.

"Now to him that is of power to stablish you according to my gospel, and the preaching of Jesus Christ, .. according to the commandment of the everlasting God, *made known to all nations* for the obedience of faith, ... to God only wise, be glory through Jesus Christ for ever. Amen."
Rom 16:25-17

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News Item2/20/16 11:57 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
B. McCausland wrote:
Trust the message served to enrich your spiritual perception and personal walk.
The recent viewing of this has been a blessing also:
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=91811520100
Regards,
1Ti 4:16
ah, your choice of preachers would lead one to think you are Irish (not that your name isn't a giveaway there) and maybe even an inhabitant of the British Isles. (not trying to dig personal info, so understand if response doesn't address that)
Thanks
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News Item2/20/16 6:11 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
thanks
Trust the message served to enrich your spiritual perception and personal walk.

The recent viewing of this has been a blessing also:

http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=91811520100

Regards,

1Ti 4:16

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News Item2/20/16 5:44 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
B. McCausland wrote:
US
By reading the original post, you may certify that the main commendation for which the viewing was suggested, was the godliness it transpired.
When men 'live' godliness, often it 'transpires' through their physical frame
For instance:
'Moses wist not that the skin of his face shone .. ' Ex 34:29-30
Also we read that shortly before Stephen's enemies 'gnashing ..their teeth', and 'stopping their ears', stoned him to death', 'all that sat in the council, looking stedfastly on Stephen, saw his face as it had been the face of an angel' Ac 6 & 7
We see something like this in Jesus at the transfiguration: "his face did shine as the sun" Mt 17:2
Without attributing any especial 'halo' to any human, it can be asserted that holiness has beauty, is like a fragrance that though it can no be 'touched', it can be perceived, hence the commendation.
However, Mr. Thomassian's approach to the passage, seemed relevant to the ongoing objections the discussion entertained, reflecting on the vexation the attitude of the Pharisees incurred into towards Christ. They argued against him for the sake of denying unwelcome truth. This may happen.
1 Pe 2:19-21
thanks
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News Item2/20/16 8:34 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Astounding Statements from the Christ of God
by Armen Thomassian
US
By reading the original post, you may certify that the main commendation for which the viewing was suggested, was the godliness it transpired.
When men 'live' godliness, often it 'transpires' through their physical frame

For instance:
'Moses wist not that the skin of his face shone .. ' Ex 34:29-30
Also we read that shortly before Stephen's enemies 'gnashing ..their teeth', and 'stopping their ears', stoned him to death', 'all that sat in the council, looking stedfastly on Stephen, saw his face as it had been the face of an angel' Ac 6 & 7
We see something like this in Jesus at the transfiguration: "his face did shine as the sun" Mt 17:2
Without attributing any especial 'halo' to any human, it can be asserted that holiness has beauty, is like a fragrance that though it can no be 'touched', it can be perceived, hence the commendation.

However, Mr. Thomassian's approach to the passage, seemed relevant to the ongoing objections the discussion entertained, reflecting on the vexation the attitude of the Pharisees incurred into towards Christ. They argued against him for the sake of denying unwelcome truth. This may happen.

1 Pe 2:19-21

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News Item2/20/16 6:54 AM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
For any who may be interested - http://www.gracegems.org/30/a_dying_mans_regrets.htm
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News Item2/19/16 8:52 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
To sister B. McCausland

Hope you don't mind me asking you a question.

Was there a something specific you would hope I would garner from the sermon

Astounding Statements from the Christ of God'
by Brother Armen Thomassian

thanks

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News Item2/17/16 7:41 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Dave wrote:
God bless you all.
May the Lord keep his beloved on here strong in faith.
Goodbye!
G'day Dave,

I hope that "goodbye" didn't mean "g'bye".

Missing you already. God bless.
p.s. it's 40 hours since you posted, and I'm getting withdrawal symptoms.

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News Item2/16/16 6:06 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
We now know wrote:
Titus 2:15 .. an admonition specifically to Titus as the bishop of a local assembly
Friend, there is not argument that Titus 2:15 had been given to an overseer. However, there is no question that the teaching of the verses preceding this verse was given to us all for our profit, and this is the issue that has being presently disccussed.
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News Item2/16/16 3:13 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I suppose that since my moniker got tied to this thread I should do something about it. No, doubt politics entered somewhere in this thread, and I found a good article that I can't waste. [URL=http://www.patheos.com/Topics/Explainers/What-is-Dominionism]]]http://tinyurl.com/j83tzhn (What is Dominionism?)[/URL] In honor of all the Dominionists in past and present elections

But I do usually post something that has to do with the SA article, and I think this one does, [URL=http://tinyurl.com/guh4msx]]]http://tinyurl.com/guh4msx (Black Lives Matter activist kills himself on steps of Ohio statehouse)[/URL] He needed Christ infinitely more than he needed politics

I found nothing that Titus was an overseer, but of course he had authority he was representing an apostle, and more importantly he had the authority of Scripture.

Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown Commentary wrote:
Titus 2:15:

     15. with all authority—Translate, "authoritativeness" (compare "sharply," Tit 1:13).
      Let no man despise thee—Speak with such vigor as to command respect (1Ti 4:12). Warn them with such authority that no one may think himself above (so the Greek literally) the need of admonition [TITTMANN, Greek Synonyms of the New Testament].

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News Item2/16/16 1:29 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Jim Lincoln wrote:
[Comment removed by Moderator Elmer]
Well, I'm glad you removed it! For one thing I didn't post it - - and if I did post something here it was by accident that had nothing to do with this topic. so I'm not the least bit irritated, whatever this comment was about was removed.
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News Item2/16/16 1:23 PM
We now know  Find all comments by We now know
B. McCausland wrote:
Sorry, but there was no misrepresentation of the sense of the passage, only it seems you wished to fabricate an argument as a pretext
you have a pattern of that when you are shown from the Bible that your interpretation is inaccurate you are never being able to admit it. If you think that Titus 2:15 was not an admonition specifically to Titus as the bishop of a local assembly then maybe you should do a little more research.
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News Item2/16/16 11:47 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
We now know wrote:
begin to mock him
it has its place
Many things, say as fire, may have a right and a bad use in life. Anger, for instance, can be negative as displayed in Cain's attitude (Gen 4) or can be holy as displayed in Christ.

The Bible speaks about 'sitting in the seat of the scornful'
The meaning and context is the unhealthy pattern of an expectator deriding in an ungodly mode as denoted with Elisha in 2Ki 2:23:
"came ... little children out of the city, and mocked him, and said unto him, Go up, thou bald head; go up, thou bald head"

The rational in your post did not seem to endorse a direct and purposeful edifying slant. It was rather difficult to spot such, as your comparison came as out of place, because we read of the mutual duty to exhort each other unto what is good.

"Take heed, brethren, lest there be in any of you an evil heart of unbelief, in departing from the living God;

But *exhort one another daily*, while it is called To day; lest any of you be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin"
Hb 13:12-13

Sorry, but there was no missrepresentation of the sense of the passage, only it seems you wished to fabricate an argument as a pretext
However, as only God knows the hearts, we may leave this with Him.

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News Item2/16/16 11:31 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
B. McCausland wrote:
The topic you bring here is only a fraction of how humanism has infiltrated Christian thinking and practice.
Yes, it is only recently I have come to see this aspect concerning God's purposes, and how the humanistic thinking is a counterfeit of the truth while appearing acceptable. It was through the preaching of Paris Reidhead that I came across it on the full version of The "Revival Hymn" on you tube. I expect the full version of the sermon is here on SA. Brother Hranek introduced us to it a while back: "Ten Shekels And A Shirt" I think it was. But it has been a revolution in my life as I think about it and pray about it, this evil of humanism, which detracts from the glory of our Saviour and Lord.
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News Item2/16/16 11:27 AM
We now know  Find all comments by We now know
B. McCausland wrote:
Mocking, according to Ps 1:1, is not a godly value
Proverbs 1:24-26 Because I have called, and ye refused; I have stretched out my hand, and no man regarded; But ye have set at nought all my counsel, and would none of my reproof: I also will laugh at your calamity; I will mock when your fear cometh;

I Kings 18:27 And it came to pass at noon, that Elijah mocked them, and said, Cry aloud: for he is a god; either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or he is in a journey, or peradventure he sleeps, and must be awaked

Eze 28:8,9 They shall bring thee down to the pit, and thou shalt die the deaths of them that are slain in the midst of the seas. Wilt thou yet say before him that slayeth thee, I am God? but thou shalt be a man, and no God, in the hand of him that slayeth thee.

Luke 14:29 Lest haply, after he hath laid the foundation, and is not able to finish it, all that behold it begin to mock him --obviously a good deterrent--

it has its place, learn from the Bible, you didn't have an issue misappropriating Scripture, it needed to be corrected

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News Item2/16/16 11:06 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
John UK wrote:
1. "gospel preachers" today preach a humanistic version of the message, where the whole tenor is to benefit the sinner

2. The whole purpose of conversion is to take the rebel and make him a son of the King, a servant of the Most High God, that he might be separated from the world and live no more for himself, but for him who died for him and rose again. Conversion should be the end of the road for the "old man" and the beginning of a new life lived for the glory of God, denying self and taking up the cross daily.

1. True
2. Right biblical focus, which when taken in, might easily over-ride divers conflicting 'grey areas'

The topic you bring here is only a fraction of how humanism has infiltrated Christian thinking and practice.
For instance, any individual has the humanistic 'right to exercise his private judgement' in rejecting the Gospel, yet as believers, we know that such judgement, though private, is detrimental. So in Christian living. Though granting people the right to exercise their private judgment on matters, the believer knowing what Scripture stands for, cannot sit passive as endorsing anything and everything subject to private opinion as equally good.

"Be not wise in your own understanding"

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News Item2/16/16 10:24 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
B. McCausland wrote:
...it can be said that the "right of private judgement" is a humanistic concept, which indirectly 'denies' the absolute authority of the Word of God.
I think I can see what you are saying there, and I wonder if it relates to the majority method of converting souls to Christ? Many of the "gospel preachers" today preach a humanistic version of the message, where the whole tenor is to benefit the sinner. What does "he" want? Does he want to be saved from hell? Forgiven? Given a new life? Have access to the Father's bounty? Be happy? Enjoy himself? Well, come and assert yourself for Christ, say this prayer and you'll be good for time and eternity.

But the true gospel of God's grace is all about Christ. What does "he" want? Why did "he" die at Calvary? What is "he" doing today in the lives of men, women and children?

The whole purpose of conversion is to take the rebel and make him a son of the King, a servant of the Most High God, that he might be separated from the world and live no more for himself, but for him who died for him and rose again. Conversion should be the end of the road for the "old man" and the beginning of a new life lived for the glory of God, denying self and taking up the cross daily.

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News Item2/16/16 8:52 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
Dorcas wrote:
right of private judgement
Dorcas, sorry for making you disgusted
Just a comment so that you may perceive the reason for endorsing godly living in the thread.

Christians are not meant to be 'tyrants', or exercise 'lordship' upon other people's consciences, but they are to instruct with meekness.

The concerning issue of our times is what brother Mike Miller speaks about in his sermon 'The Unteachable Generation'
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=41914830523

Our days are times in which ignorant opinionated people abound, as Miller points to. This is brought also into the church where the Word is taken as a relative, as to say, 'This is in the book, but certainly God did not intent to say what it seems to say'
Carefully and with respect, it can be said that the "right of private judgement" is a humanistic concept, which indirectly 'denies' the absolute authority of the Word of God. We are to come to the unity of maturity in Christ. If one bargains with purity one is bartering with truth. But we are to buy truth and not sell it. So 'grey areas' in reality are 'dark areas' when purity pertains (Ti 2:12)
_____

We now knoe

Mocking, according to Ps 1:1, is not a godly value
"exhort one another daily" Hb 13:12-13

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