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Christopher, This past Sunday at my Baptist Church there was a Pastor and his wife who are retiring from being Missionaries in Rwanda in Africa. The man missionary gave the message which was about prayer based upon Matthew 6:1-15.
Just wondering wrote: John Yurich do you have a job? Are you taking music or guitar lessons? You know youâre not getting any younger, how is it you plan on making this dream come true?
I have not obtained a job yet. But I plan on going to one of the temp agencies in town to start doing temp light industrial jobs there is a full time Data Entry position available in town. I can't take guitar lessons until I am able to purchase a guitar. Once I learn to play the guitar then I will form a Country Music/Country Gospel band. Then the band and I will obtain a recording contract and start recording and touring around the United States and Canada.
Last week I told my Senior Baptist Pastor that I would not be attending my Baptist Church on Good Friday and Easter Sunday because I would be attending the local Catholic parish. On Good Friday I attended the Good Friday service at the local Catholic parish. I was not able to attend the local Catholic parish on Easter Sunday because the church bus was scheduled for 10 AM and I was going to be picked up by my brother at 9:45 AM to go to an Asian Buffet in the northern suburbs. So I walked over to a Lutheran Church not far from where I reside to attend the 7 AM Easter Sunday service at that Lutheran Church.
CaptCredence wrote: What a blatant, disgusting affront to God. An ostentatious man-centered ritual bringing attention away from Christ's work while utterly ignoring how Jesus instructed us to remember His death in Luke 22. Sad.
There is nothing unscriptural about Good Friday. But that is totally nuts that insanity transpiring in the Philippines.
I plan on constructing a private mausoleum at a Catholic Cemetery in Eastern Colorado when I become successful in which to be entombed. This past Sunday at my Baptist Church the sermon by my Senior Pastor was titled "The Rejected One" about Jesus being rejected by his disciples.
ladybug wrote: Abby Johnson is not a Christian. She is a Roman Catholic. She joined the Roman Catholic church after beginning her career as an activist. Though she vigorously opposes the practice of abortion, Johnson opposes criminal punishments for women seeking abortions and has stated that abortion rights are constitutionally protected. Abby Johnson claims that the movie Unplanned is mostly about the âamazing, ready mercy of Jesus Christ that is available to everyoneâwhether youâve been touched by abortion or notâthat Christ is so ready to redeem us.â However, nowhere within the film is the gospel of Jesus Christ presented. Furthermore, real-life heretic Kris Vallottan of Bethel Church Redding portrays Johnsonâs pastor in the film. Additionally, the filmâs soundtrack features several songs from Bethel Music. source - https://pulpitandpen.org/2019/04/13/three-things-you-need-to-know-about-unplanned-and-abby-johnson/
And just how do you know that Johnson has not placed her trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation? That is the height of arrogance to state categorically that you know that Johnson has not placed her trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation. There are Catholics who trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation.
Businesses ran by Christians should put up a sign that states "We reserve the right to refuse service to anybody". That would put a stop to fruitcakes from coming in and demanding services for their abomination.
Frank, What is your problem anyway? Why can't you give a Catholic credit for any spiritually moral acts? And why you state that Catholics can't be morally correct about their stance on abortion being wrong?