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H. Von Bun wrote: Agreed, have you heard of the Picard balloon guy? Supposedly he went up high enough, but I'm not sure I'm buying it. The U.N., Rome and Freemasons touch every part of the world, right?. It is all connected...
Yeah, the powers of the world control it all. Of course, God controls them, but we still have to deal with these luciferian ruffians. All one has to do is go high enough to see how straight the horizon is. We had a friend visit us for a week, and he flew in to get to us. I made him promise to take some pics of the horizon but I didn't say why. When he showed us the pics, the horizon line was straight as far as the eye could see. Interestingly, he didn't notice, but when I asked him if the horizon line is curved or straight, he, of course, said curved, even though the pictures were right in front of him. Amazing! A curved horizon disappears from one's point of view (where the eyes look forward) and you have to continually look down to see the horizon. On a flat earth the horizon line is always at the same level with the eyes. Interesting eh?
John Yurich USA wrote: I am researching becoming a freelance online Data Entry Operator and do the Data Entry work online at the library. My Baptist Pastor is not a hireling because he preaches the biblical Gospel of salvation every Sunday in his sermons.
Lurker wrote: Not really, J4J. Paul's reference to "the voice of the archangel" points to Michael who stands up after the 70th week (Dan 12:1-2) and his reference to "God's trumpet" points to the "last trumpet" (1 Cor 15:52) sounding of the seven (Rev 8:6). The trumpet sound is the alarm of war (Jer 4:19) during which the Jews are confined in unbelief. In days gone by I'd be thrilled to have a serious discussion about this but not now with the childish and judgmental attitude taking over the forum.
Oops...looks like someone is throwing stones again. You and Angela are two peas in a pod! Give the shots, but can never take it.
Carol wrote: As an addendum to my post; As a saved, but still a sinner, I struggle daily with my adamic nature who aways wants her own way.
Who doesn't? At least you have courage enough to admit it. There are some here on SA who don't think this way and I fear for them. The difference between your comments and others is refreshing. Thank you.
Carol wrote: As a Christian lady I whole heartily agree with Frank's comment. The rotten fruit from feminism is alive and well in homes and churches across this nation. I praise the Lord for the grace and mercy bestowed upon me to have my blind eyes open and to follow my Lord on the narrow road, and by His Grace try to be the godly woman that He commands me to be.
Amen Carol. It's an onslaught and it's powerful. My wife's eyes have been opened as well, and she is shocked over how she used to dress and act. I thank God she now acts and speaks like a loving Christians woman, wife and mother.
Just a guy wrote: John Yurich wants... I will marry a woman who is at least 30 years younger than I am. The kids will be spread out over 12 years. I may adopt some children as babies to add to the 8 natural born children for a total of 12 children. Hmmmm...56 years old. 30 years younger. That is 26. I am pretty sure you will have a hard time finding someone who wants to marry a guy, old enough to be her dad and a half....
Frank wrote: The spirit of Jezebel is alive and well in this world. Unsaved women have used sex and lust to drive their personal/worldly agendas since the fall in the Garden. And what is most disturbing is that evangelical feminists will give credence to the feminine movements around the world, albeit in subtle ways. Women are generally considered victims and not those who actually caused themselves to be victims by their distorted worldviews. I thank God for the women who post on this forum whose goals are to learn and to encourage male Christians. And of course they learn by asking questions and making comments that we all learn from. Now I know that many women who post here have compartmentalized their Christian walks and they can no longer discern when they are driven by the Jezebel spirit. Men are the only ones who can understand the lust that affects their walk with the Lord and what causes it - period.
Amen brother. It's like yelling into the wind with these women. The effects of "Christian" feminism has taken its toll. It's a shame for sure.
Dr. Tim wrote: Most of the Millennials I meet are in drug rehabilitation. They don't even know if they are on earth, let alone what shape it is. As a philosophical songleader I know once asked, "What difference do it make?"
Dr. Tim wrote: Amen, NeedHim. Grace that we "earn" is no grace at all. Some time ago I went to a fast food joint that offered a "free" sandwich to anyone who filled out a survey. I pointed out that if I had to work for it, it wasn't free at all. Of course they didn't get it. Far too many professing Christians confuse works because of salvation with works for salvation.
Mathematical skill testing question a little hard on ya? Write me Doc...I may need an examination soon.
Connor7 wrote: However I could go to IHOP and max out my credit card on the world famous possum that they have, and buy possum apparel, and the possum plush toy (collectors edition).
If y'all spend over $500 at our uh, establishment, you'll get a free possum snuggly. What is a possum snuggly you might be asking? Think of Ronald McDonald's outfit, but made out of possum skins. We'll also throw in a a gift certificate for yer enjoyment at any of of our affiliates (y'know, hospitals and such). You don't get big red boots though and you certainly won't get no leotards from us! Ain't into that sort of thing anymore since I've put on a few pounds recently.
Hey John from Minnesota, you need to hurry up with your plans. Jesus is coming soon and you don't want Him to come when you are practicing for you grunge rock band.
Dr. Tim wrote: I don't have any interest in visiting another Baptist Church. Because they may actually have some scriptural standards, and I might get under conviction and feel compelled to repent, and God knows that is the LAST thing I want to do!
may want to rethink this wrote: 1Cor 7:8 I say therefore to the unmarried and widows, It is good for them if they abide even as I. 1Cor 7:9 But --if-- they cannot contain, let them marry: for it is better to marry than to burn. Mat 19:12 For there are some eunuchs, which were so born from their mother's womb: and there are some eunuchs, which were made eunuchs of men: and there be eunuchs, which have made themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's sake. He that is able to receive it, let him receive it. 1Cor 4:18 Now some are puffed up, as though I would not come to you. 1Cor 10:7 Neither be ye idolaters, as were some of them; as it is written, The people sat down to eat and drink, and rose up to play. 1Cor 10:8 Neither let us commit fornication, as some of them committed, and fell in one day three and twenty thousand. 1Cor 10:9 Neither let us tempt Christ, as some of them also tempted, and were destroyed of serpents. why not all?
It seems the finger is now being pointed at the men for being dirty, lustful sinners. Whatever happened to celebrating a man's desire to remain pure? That's feminism for you.
Christopher000 wrote: "Does not effect me"...if I'm understanding you correctly, you're claiming that if one random man one woman views something that causes them to be filled with lust, then by default, every other man or woman on planet Earth, would also be filled with that same lust if they were to view the same thing?
Don't worry Christopher, they only focus on the girl's faces! That's the most ludicrous thing I've heard yet.