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News Item6/8/19 2:14 PM
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John UK wrote:
There is much agreement with the KJV. Note,
KJ21 And lead us not into temptation..
ASV And bring us not into temptation..
AMP And do not lead us into temptation..
BRG And lead us not into temptation..
CSB And do not bring us into temptation..
CEB And don’t lead us into temptation..
DRA And lead us not into temptation..
EHV Lead us not into temptation..
ESV And lead us not into temptation..
GNV And lead us not into temptation..
HCSB And do not bring us into temptation..
ISV And never bring us into temptation..
JUB And lead us not into temptation..
KJV And lead us not into temptation..
LEB And do not bring us into temptation..
TLB Don’t bring us into temptation..
MEV And lead us not into temptation..
MOUNCE And do not bring us into temptation..
NASB And do not lead us into temptation..
NET And do not lead us into temptation..
NIV And lead us not into temptation..
NKJV And do not lead us into temptation..
NMB And lead us not into temptation..
RSV And lead us not into temptation..
TLV And lead us not into temptation..
VOICE Lead us not into temptation..
WEB Bring us not into temptation..
WYC And lead us not into temptation..
YLT And mayest Thou not lead us to temptation..
Thanks brother!Very interesting.

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Carl in Raleigh wrote:
Thanks Frank for the empathy. Pray that my heart is not so turbulent concerning this issue as to fall into despair. But I don't seek peace of mind; peace of mind is impossible when the innocents are being murdered. To me, those who have peace of mind concerning abortion have become callous in heart. I echo the martyrs in Revelation 6:10 who cry "How long, O Lord..."? There the cry is against the despots who had taken it upon themselves to murder those who are Christ's witnesses. But here, in the states and territories of the U.S. it is the people who are to blame; mothers, fathers, those who have sworn to uphold both the Hippocratic Oath and the Constitution.
In Ezekiel 9:4 only those who mourned against the evils done in Jerusalem were given a life saving mark. Even the pleading of the prophet did not stop the LORD's judgment against the people of His beloved city. How much more will America be held accountable by Him?
Well said brother! Yes, I will have no peace of mind except when I am dead and am no longer plagued by my corruptible body and nature and this world. Yes, those martyred in Rev. 6:10 wanted justice.

News Item6/6/19 1:13 PM
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Carl in Raleigh wrote:
Only 3 Democrats broke the party line and we needed 5 more. The Senate overrode the veto by 1 vote and it was provided by 1 courageous Democrat. I wrote him a letter of thanks and encouragement.
My exasperation comes in knowing that many who say in polls that they are pro life are liars. For example, the great majority of Blacks say they are pro life and yet, that 1 courageous Democrat in the NC Senate was the only one who proved that he was pro life. And on the House side only 2 of the 26 Black members voted for life. They seem content with nearly half of our conceived race being aborted.
Of course, the Born Alive Bill had nothing to do with stopping abortion but caring for the life of the baby that survived the abortion. Clearly, the mother has forfeited what legal right she had over the child once the infant was free of the mother and the umbilical cord was severed. It should be the state's duty to care for any human being struggling to survive. Clear as day? Not in these hypocrites eyes and consciences.
It sounds like you are agonizing over this and I am with you completely. What we are seeing is the true mindset of those who pretend to care and yet don't care at all.

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Youth in Asia wrote:
I agree, as a Christian this is Biblical, but I had this questions asked to me, and it seems without converting said person or bringing the Bible into the conversation, there is no answer. I though there would be a scientific answer, but it seems it's a theological answer.
I understand your dilemma; it is common throughout the world. I would simply ask myself what Christ or one of the Apostles would have said when confronted with this question regarding when life begins. They had no scientific information regarding pain, heartbeat etc. available to them.

I think they would have simply said that life begins at conception and it is murder to kill an innocent person. I remember when Obama was asked when he felt life began. His response was it was “over my pay grade”. And yet, this man promoted abortion. He didn’t know, yet he murdered?

Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.


News Item6/6/19 12:19 PM
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Christopher000 wrote:
The murderer says, as she smiles with grrat satisfaction:
"Thank you for choosing me and I'm honored to be given this gift of life and also I can't do it right now," the woman says. "I can't accept that mantle in terms of the other lives I'm taking care of and responsible for."
...then you shouldn't have become pregnant, only to murder two little lives, because you decided they're just not convenient at the moment. This smiling, gleeful monster is a perfect example of why so many helpless little babys are murdered, daily...Promiscuity and/or, a change of mind for emotional reasons, such as, "I'm just not ready for this right now".
I feel like being capable of taking these little lives, and by the most horrific and painful of means, travels beyond Godlessness. Long before I was saved, I couldn't imagine it, and was against it, so I feel like it takes a deeper sort of emptiness, and a void where empathy should exist.
Well said Chris! And they have absolute power over life and death. The father or husband is never even consulted.

Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly!


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As most know, Margaret Sanger’s primary goal was to reduce the number of blacks in the world. In order to do that, she actually got black preachers to endorse her movement. How this can be argued is beyond me.

Now with that said, it is the black community who supports the abortion movement more than any other ethnic group that I am aware of. And, they have more abortions per person than any other group in this country. So, Margaret Sanger was successful in limiting the number of blacks.

Although this is off topic, let me also add this sort of interesting thought. It is rare that anyone accuses blacks of racism. I remember one of their leaders saying a person can’t be a racist unless they have power or something like that. Now, to me the greatest racism I have ever seen is the fact that 95% of blacks voted for Obama. Just think about that!


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John UK, Chris,

John thanks for your encouragement and especially that verse; it was perfect.

Chris, thanks for your salvation story. I can easily understand what you said. I think something like 80% of Americans say they are saved, but they have not been born again from above. I think that all of us can cite a different story and a different personal experience. Even on this forum we have some people who none of us consider to be in the faith and yet our exhortations to them are ignored.

I think when we are all with our Lord, then we will be surprised as to who is there with us and who isn’t. Only the Lord knows for sure.

Praise His holy name!


News Item6/5/19 11:01 PM
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John UK wrote:
There's only one thing for Christians to do in situations like this, and that is to come out and leave the unregenerate to their fate.
Amen brother! There is absolutely no excuse for born again believers to identify in any way with something like this. These people know about Christ, but they don't know Christ.

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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
The irony is that they tell you that you will obtain wealth by sacrificial giving but don’t try to increase their wealth by giving out large amounts of their money
Well said brother; it is the height of hypocrisy. Why don't they simply give their own money away and then demand the same return from God they promise others.

They are charlatans!


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Youth in Asia wrote:
It's time for your church to go into these campuses and start conversations. But before you do that, you need to be equipped with knowledge and wisdom. Maybe invite a nurse or a prolife doctor to come and answer some questions, such as:
Fetal pain is said to happen after 18 weeks (4 months) because the pain receptors have not developed, is a 2 month abortion still considered murder?
So, are you saying that life doesn't begin at conception? What does pain have to do with it? When Christ was conceived in Mary, when did His human life begin; at conception, when He had a heartbeat or when He could feel pain?

Answer is at conception.


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Female students are more likely to use abortion as a “litmus test” when it comes to elections, according to College Pulse. While nearly eight in ten female college students claim that they are not likely to support a candidate who has differing opinions on abortion, only 57 percent of male college students hold the same opinion.

I also use abortion as one of my litmus tests. Those that overtly promote it or condone it, will not get my vote. See how much I have in common with these feminists and men who support them.


News Item6/2/19 10:05 AM
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John UK wrote:
What these folks don't realise is that God doesn't save whole nations or whole continents from their sins. He never has done and never will. Christianity never was a political movement and never will be. Christianity does not have truck with culture, it goes counter-culture.
Unregenerate man will always seek to leave the Almighty God out of the picture, while regenerate man will always give him the preeminence. It is God's world, and he made it good. Man has rebelled against God and suffers the consequences. God in his grace has chosen to save some rebels; he has covenanted with his Son to redeem them and bring them safe to heaven. In all of this, God is glorified and exalted; his justice is revealed in the punishment of evil-doers, and his grace is revealed in the salvation of his chosen ones, who will be saved individually, not as part of a country.
To God be glory!
What a great and true post. Thanks Pilgrim.

Matthew 28:19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:

We cannot baptize a nation!


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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
This is no different than than candidate Trump and his position on LBGTQ
The only difference is that unlike the Democrats he has not adopted the shove down your throat attitude which is seen for instance in the so called Equality Act. He has said he would veto it if it makes it to his desk.
Brother U.S.

Thanks for your follow up. But, Trump has been intentionally vague and back and forth with the issue of Homosexual marriage. A typical immoral politician.

"Don't you think it's just great to see the fact that you've got a guy there on the stage with his husband and it's normal?" Fox's Steve Hilton asked.

"I think it's absolutely fine, I do," Trump said.

The above is from an internet article.

In 2000, Trump stated his belief that "marriage is between a man and a woman."[75]

Below is from a Wiki article.

Later, in the run up to the Iowa caucuses on February 1, 2016, Trump stated that if elected he would strongly consider appointing Supreme Court justices that would overturn Obergefell.[86][87][88][89] When asked if gay couples should be able access the same benefits as married couples, Trump said that his "attitude on it has not been fully formed.


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John UK wrote:
Revelation 22:12 KJV
(12)  And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be.
Brother, I agree with you and Adriel!

Well any law that promotes or condones sinful behavior is wrong. I know that prostitution has been legal in Germany and other European countries for many years, but is simply regulated. In Germany they had to have licenses and health checks and in some cases could only work in specific areas. Somewhat similar to Nevada. The below are just some things that came to mind.

1. No fault divorce.
2. Legal use of drugs.
3. Legal LBGT regulations and activities.
4. Legal abortion.
5. De-facto legal harassment of Christians.


News Item6/2/19 8:42 AM
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I didn't read the article.

Trump is and has always been an immoral buffoon. His only chance at becoming president was to run as a Rep., so that is what he did. In order to succeed at that, he had to appeal to a conservative base. In order to have a conservative base, he had to pander to the religious and cultural right wing. And of course, he only had crooked Hillary to deal with.

The Democrats are so incredibly liberal that Trump can finally now admit some of his true thoughts about God’s word and not be worried about losing any votes. Showing his true character can’t cost him votes, but can only get some additional votes from the left and moderates. I think his actions on this issue simply prove who he really is and what he is willing to do to get another term. IOW, very smart political move on his part.

But of course the Lord knows the beginning from the end, so I praise His holy name!


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John UK wrote:
Pilgrim, I think what she is trying to say is that just as a CD is a circle which is flat, so the planet earth is circular but flat.
But anyone can prove this thing once and for all by simple observation. When I took up painting seascapes, I learnt to observe things which I'd never noticed before. One such thing was the curvature of the earth. Anyone can see this, so long as they have good eyesight. Find a stretch of coast where you can view a lot of the horizon. Wait for a really calm day, so that the sea is like a millpond. Then observe the horizon line. You will see it curving downwards to the left and downwards to the right. Now if you were to paint a panoramic picture with a very wide horizon line, and you used a straight edge to draw in the horizon, it will never look correct, because it is not correct. The earth is round, and the horizon line has to show that.
Thanks brother! You know that I have poor comprehension skills, so I never imagined that's what was being said. Thanks for your artistic rendition of the shape of the earth.

I have never assigned a spiritual value to the shape of the earth, but like you and I have said; the bible teaches it and that is the importance.

Getting ready for my afternoon nap.


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Aileen Willoughby wrote:
Kudos to Missouri and all the other states who rule on ending abortions - it's murder of the most heinous kind
Yes, it certainly is heinous murder! The mother's womb should be thought of as such a place of comfort and security where life is created in the image of God.

Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly!


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Watcher wrote:
Frank...there's a difference between round and circular. The Bible indicates the earth is like a circle drawn on a piece of paper, not a globe.
Job 38.14 "It (the earth) is turned as clay to the seal".
In other words, the shape of the earth is as a clay seal. Circular, with an edge on the outside with a raised center.
Sorry about the beginning of this issue. I thought you were just being cute or funny, so I didn't take it seriously.

Well as most have come to know, I will not argue things that I consider to be solely nitpicking.

You are saying that if something is not "perfectly" round or circular, that it is not round or circular. I think that is the height of nitpicking.

Isaiah 40:22 It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:

329 chuwg khoog from 2328; a circle:--circle, circuit, compass. see HEBREW for 02328

Last one on this topic.


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John UK wrote:
Now please notice, folks, especially Christopher, what a PP preacher is like, whether they be man or woman. An example:
"Christopher...thank you for at least being humble enough to download the book. Read it prayerfully and be mature enough to admit that you might be wrong."
The inference is that if Christopher does not admit that he might be wrong, he is not mature; therefore he is immature, even though it is accepted that he has at least been humble enough to download some e-book.
Do you see the psychology involved in this simple statement of Watcher's? Therefore I call it Psychological Preaching. It is an attempt to get the desired result using psychological means, rather than simple presentation of facts. Those who refused to download the e-book are, of course proud; they are not humble at all.
Watcher, are you a woman?
I also believe that scripture portrays the earth as being round. I am not sure of any spiritual significance to that, but since it does that, it is indeed round.

Isaiah 40:22 It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:


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"Unplanned pregnancy and abortions were deeply shameful at the time, so the official statistics were not necessarily reliable indicators of mortality rates from abortion".

How is it possible or even remotely moral to go from one "clear" moral position to another over any period of time? God’s laws do not change therefore society is in fact growing worse and worse exactly as scripture says it will.

Exodus 20:13 Thou shalt not kill.

Genesis 9:6 - Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed: for in the image of God made he man.

So, according to the above, my desire would be that every abortion that takes place would result in the death of the mother and in the death of the abortionist. Others that were involved by supporting the cause or supporting those that promoted the cause will be handled by the perfect Judge in the end. None of us can truly understand the wickedness of murdering an innocent life for selfish reasons.

I heard an argument on FOX last night where some fellow said it wasn't murder to kill a baby in the womb prior to the soul coming into existence. The FOX commentator didn't ask the fellow when he thought that happened. No surprise to me. The answer is at the moment of conception it is a living life.

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