Christopher000 wrote: Oh my goodness...how incredibly heartbreaking, and not how I wanted to begin the day, feeling this way, that is. Shooting and lighting men, women, children, babys, and the elderly on fire to burn alive??? I realize this is far from being the first story of its kind, but I'll never become callous to these sorts of heinous crimes. I just can't believe the level of pure evil that mankind is capable of. Just as disturbing is the fact that afterwards, there's no doubt in my mind that these men celebrate with high-fives, big smiles, and sleep soundly that same night. I can't comprehend such hatred or emptiness. Woe to them all. Poor, poor villagers.
This past Sunday at my Baptist Church the sermon given by Pastor Steve was titled "The Lord Is My Shepherd(Part 1)/Jehovah Rohi" from Psalm 23. It was about Jesus meeting our needs and that Jesus guides us to a life that is good and right.
This past Sunday at my Baptist Church the sermon given by Pastor Steve was titled "The God Who Sees Me" from Genesis 16:1-16 about Sarah, Abram and Hagar. I am growing spiritually at my Baptist Church.
Dr. Tim wrote: In the words of the estimable Mr. Yurich of Minnesota, âGood.â
It is a good thing that church in Minneapolis was expelled and its Pastor was defrocked from the Evangelical Covenant Church for support of perversion. My Baptist Church in Hastings, Minnesota is a biblical church where Senior Pastor Steve and Associate Pastor Neil preach the biblical message of salvation.
Frank wrote: I have no respect for Dr. Carsonâs moral values. He is the same as every other politician. My reasoning is in order to bear Christian fruit, someone must be in Christ. Iâm sure we all agree to this to some extent. But now for some possible hypocrisy on my part? I do believe the U.S. was established with Christian principles in mind; not as a Christian nation, but one with Christian principles. No one can become a Christian through obeying the commandments! And I believe that in the beginning our nation in fact tried to obey those principles to a degree. Anyway, Dr. Carson is correct and now those principles are ridiculed and rejected by the mainstream of our society. I would have never imagined that this country would ever become what it has become. Old folks like me can perhaps see this more clearly? Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly.
You have got some nerve stating that Carson does not have moral values. He is against abortion, homosexuality and every other perversion under the sun and he is a man who has placed his trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation.
Dr. Tim wrote: Whether he was right or not I canât say, but a preacher said something years ago that I have never been able to forget. He said that âSin always leads to depression.â The perverts arenât depressed because someone says they are doing wrong. Theyâre depressed because they KNOW theyâre doing wrong.
Neil wrote: Church-shopping hint: Look for Subarus in Lutheran parking lots; they are popular among lesbians and other Leftists. This explains their nauseating ads. Radicals must have a thing for boxer four-cylinders; VW Beetles in the '60s, and Subarus now.
The only Lutheran branch that supports perversion is the Evangelical Lutheran Church In America. All other Lutheran branches are biblical.
Christopher000 wrote: But Draxler cited her religious activities â sharing her faith and offering to pray for people â as reasons why she must find a new home. ***Draxler(owner/landlord) knew Martin was recovering from strokes and a heart attack. When she began to cry, protesting that it was winter and she had no children living nearby, he responded that was not his problem,â said Draxler.*** Boy, talk about a heartless human being, void of any sort of empathy. Well, he got his in the end, and I'm so glad that God saw fit to take care of this elderly woman, and with serious health issues, to boot. We've seen indications of the tide on the attack on Christianity turning a bit, with legal victories, here and there, so I'll take them.
This past Sunday at my Baptist Church the sermon given by Pastor Steve was titled "Peace Is A Person"/"Jehovah Shalom" from Judges 6:1-24. The sermon was about an angel appearing in human form to Gideon. And about Jesus being our peace. This past Saturday at my Baptist Church I attended the monthly Men's Breakfast and Bible Study. The Bible Study was from 1 Timothy 3:1-16. It was very educational. I am growing in my faith at my Baptist Church.
Trump is truly a Born Again and saved man who God anointed to be president. And God will make sure that he is reelected president in 2020. Anybody calling themselves a Christian who will not vote for Trump or who will not vote at all in 2020 will cause this nation to be taken over by Satan's party otherwise known as the Democratic Party.
Dr. Tim wrote: It doesnât make a bit of difference what you do at âyourâ Baptist church, JY. Youâre still Catholic to the bone.
Why did you state "your" Baptist Church when referring to my Baptist Church. I am not Catholic to the bone because I reject and repudiate all the unscriptural Catholic doctrines. I am on the membership roll of my Baptist Church because I am considered to be saved by the Elders and my Pastor because I embraced Jesus as my Lord and Savior.