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News Item12/26/19 8:46 AM
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Yes, Mr. Tim, "Christ’s supernatural birth is an important biblical doctrine", but "without the shedding of blood there is no remission of sin" and this was the case made.
The birth is not a blood sacrifice, so it does not have the redemptive value.
It would be more accurate to speak of his coming and of his life poured out for us in his humiliation by the means of the cross.

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John, how true what you point out. Still pondering about the biblical antecedent to this present predicament.


News Item12/26/19 12:39 AM
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Tim and US
Both of you are overreacting and missing the point while confusing his actual birth with his coming. There is a difference between these two concepts you are totally missing.

True, his coming has prophetic relevance, but of all the instances of his being with us, the death of Christ, not his miracles or his birth, has redemptive value.
Of it all the sacrificial levitical law brings evidence.

The gospel is defined by he dying and resurrecting according to the Scriptures, not by he being born. I Co 15:2&3

Isaiah 53 for instance deals with his coming, not his actual *birth* which is the Biblical chunck of Truth dislocated by Rome and exacerbated by evangelicals to ride on the modern Christmas.
The passage brings the value of his *coming*, not birth, geared towards his work of expiation, of which his birth, though part of the chain of events of he being here, is not an key part.

Sorry, but why don't you rather answer to the many obvious objections presented against the issue instead of getting on a limb of your quick misunderstanding?

This would render proof of your authentic zeal for truth, brethren.

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Youth from A.
If Christmas was banned we would have a purer Church worshipping more in spirit and in truth


News Item12/25/19 5:36 PM
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The title of this news item is cleverly worded but the timing of its content identifies it right away with the package Western Christmas represents.

The capital 'C' in Western Christmas does not stand for Christ, but for Commercial turn over which rides on the bedrock of sentimentalism, 'good will', gratification and peace wishes.

Those wishing to biblically defend the season the most, figure in denial of their actual engagement with the compromising and doubtful origins and customs in question.
So they partake but wish to appear as if they do not partake of the big lie.

The birth of Christ always pertains to the narrative not to the doctrinal issues of Scripture, hence lacking perse redemptive value. The gospel is given as Christ dying, not being born, for our sins.

There was a time when Israelites engaged in four law-given levitical practices, however in God's esteem they figured as abominations.

"He that kills an ox is as if he slew a man
He that sacrifices a lamb, as if he cut off a dog's neck;
he that offers an oblation, as if he offered swine's blood;
he that burns incense, as if he blessed an idol.

Yea, they have chosen their own ways,
and their soul delights in their abominations"

Wondering how much of this could apply to the season.


News Item12/16/19 8:17 PM
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its good to see wrote:
Are you holy in and of yourself? "Be ye holy, for I am holy" - have you ever studied that verse Frank? Do we have the ability to 'be holy', or does that holiness come from Christ? I pray the Lord grants understanding to MOST on here who don't seem to grasp the Gospel of sovereign grace. Does God save solely by His grace, or do you have to do something in order to help Him out? The works based conditional religion always, always says 'but, but'.....
God would not ask us (command us) to be holy if as you say all our holiness came from Christ.
Sorry to tell you, but you are the person who has to sort out doctrine, you have your hermeneutics wrong. It appears you wish to believe in antinomianism.

It is completely true what has been twice stated already here and many times before also, that
" No Christian trusts in their own works. I have never heard anyone actually say that on this forum"
Yet we are dumbed as legalists!! Such misconceptions, madam


News Item12/16/19 6:44 PM
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s c wrote:
A legalist is someone who says that one must do works to be saved. No one here claims that.
Those who love God will want to follow Him in Truth.
Surely, the mantra of misunderstood 'legalism' is out again from those that have no other defence to offer.

News Item12/16/19 12:50 AM
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1517 wrote:
I celebrate on the 25th with gift exchange and merriment. The scripture says we are to rejoice in the Lord always, and so I shall on that day.
Since Scripture tells you to rejoice *always*, why don't you have the same kind of merriment and exchange of presents every day of the year as you have on 25/12?
Sorry, but with all your good intentions, your reasoning does not hold water, brother.

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Carol, your approach is noble given the overwhelming and pressurising emotional force the season sustains nowadays.

If some of us carry on the remarks here about the topic is to create awareness in the body of Christ about the fallacy the season entails and the wrongs it endeavours, sapping away spiritual strength of character.

It seems unbearable for a few to swing the canoe upstream alone. But it would be desirable to see the bulk of the body of Christ taking a true stand about the matter against the world.

If the world wishes to make great profits out of a season of sentimental entanglement, let them figure out a valid pretext, not at the expence of a chunk of displaced Biblical truth dislocated by Rome.
May cont.

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Mike, celebration pertains to the world, rejoicing to the true church of God. Two different things.


News Item12/14/19 4:26 PM
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John UK wrote:
There are many who ... say ... that it is a great time to preach the gospel, because everyone is already thinking about the birth of Jesus. Not so, brother.
In my experience, the hardest time to preach the gospel is around this time of the year.
The reason is because X-Mass is centred around jollity, fun, being nice, parties, getting drunk, being tolerant, ...
The gospel is about convincing a wicked sinner ...
... X-Mass and The Gospel, are incompatible.
Quite close to reality.

There is a huge 'sentimental' attachment (adiction) to the good-feeling factor the season develops, along with the emotional 'highs' past memories of indulging greed produce, to which people are enslaved to.

Besides these strong emotions, nostalgia and the self-inflicted false guilt of keeping up with the trend for the sake of showing love to love ones contribute to blocking any possible conviction of sin as the conscience disconnects by default from the real facts of life and death.

The only chance of presenting the Gospel is to the suicidal despairing cases which abound at this particular time of the year, which in their true hour of need, often remain remote from the "well-to-do" churchianity indulging the choreography of the festivities.


News Item12/13/19 4:53 PM
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Douglas Fir wrote:
A lot of factors involved here, so it's not easy to say, "Oh, Boris did X and Y, so President Donald Trump can do X and Y in the USA and get a landslide win."
One thing, Boris is pro-abortion. Why didn't the liberals (Labour Party) make that an issue? Well, they were pro-abortion, too!
Like I've said many times here, Britain is so different from the US that there are few 'lessons' to be learned.
Someone here added a comment about where did we get our ideas to make the Declaration of Independence and Constitution?
Well, if you read them, the former was written to protest Britain's control (the King), and then the latter was written much later, and could not be based on the British Constitution because it is not written down!
Can you name any US Supreme Court decisions where they cited something in British law?
The Magna Carta underlines a cross the board the rights of modern government

News Item12/11/19 3:14 PM
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G. Bird wrote:
To Chrisgp
The Tories gave us homosexual marriage, and on their watch Christians have been arrested for speaking God’s word in public (Christian Concern report such cases often). I see no difference between Lib-Lab-Con. They are all simply tools of the NWO.
Civilizations under judgement, next to extinction by self-inflicted internal destruction, come characterised by asidous instability and frivolous /irresponsible jocking-like leaderships.

The predicament of such nations then become closer to a make-over, rather than to a mending solution.
The time is ripe for the tyranny of the socialistic, godless pendulum to swing back.


News Item12/9/19 10:00 AM
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Western Christmas, the only time throughout the year when Christians and none Christians sing the same tunes while politicians preach universal salvation as Mr. Trump states:
"Every person is a beloved child of God"

Sermon12/4/19 9:28 AM
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The Reproof of LIfe
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News Item12/4/19 7:01 AM
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Douglas Fir wrote:
I think an error was made in the headline of this news item. It should read: 'British Pastor Receives Death Threat..'
The key word is 'British' because it means all ideas that we Americans have of justice, fairness, rule of law, courts, etc. have to be discarded since we have no idea what the British Constitution is like, who makes the decisions, how laws are enacted, who sits on the House of Lords and how often do they run for election, etc.
If it was a simple as that, however, universal deception is quite common,

" the Devil ... which *deceives the whole world* ... was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

... the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of *the whole world*"

"Because thou hast kept the word of my patience, I also will keep thee from the hour of temptation, which shall come *upon all the world*, to try them that dwell upon the earth"

On the other hand, fairness and justice, rule of law, and courts, had not sprung up from nowhere in American soil, historically they seem rather had been imported into USA sometime ago. Guess what, from where?


News Item12/4/19 6:10 AM
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Douglas Fir wrote:
And it makes you wonder about those big turnouts at these restaurants when something else they were doing was trumpeted as being good and godly. People still like to say, oh look how they are closed on SUndays, as if that were the only thing that mattered. Really, is Sunday Observance important to you? Do you go to any stores at all on Sundays? Do you drive your car or just walk? Orthodox Jews have a certain distance they are allowed to walk and no further. In fact, in the Miami Beach area, they tie little ribbons or strings to trees or light posts or traffic signs to show this distance. I remember reading of a court case that some persistent atheist brought against them, saying using the public street signs was not allowed for religious purposes.
Of course, if you think Sunday observance is so important, you would also want to stop eating pork, so no more Southern hams or barbeque for you, brother. And shellfish too!
Sir, with respect, there is a great deal of ignorance displayed in your post.
Please, inform yourself.
As marriage, work, procreation, or the time unit of a week, the ordinance of the day of rest was instituted by God himself for man, it goes back to creation.

Sermon11/23/19 8:54 PM
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“ Edifying ending of the Lord's prayer ”
This brief discussion of the ending of the Lord's prayer brings the reasons why prayer should focus unto the effect of his sovereign rule, towards his honouring power, and for the exhibiting of his excelency.

News Item11/23/19 2:35 AM
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From the article,

"Speaking to The Times and The Sunday Times, the former presenter of the Today programme said the corporation was guilty of ‘institutional liberal bias’.

He commented that “their mindset is such that we must kind of accept what the prevailing view is”, but that their idea of the prevailing view is often wide of the mark."

Interesting,
And so many of the average public including many Christians had been caught up in blindly taking to their utterances as the infallible 'law' (opinion) of facts written on stone.


News Item11/22/19 4:46 AM
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Citizen wrote:
Ask Neville Chamberlain how well appeasement works.
Sure, but let's face it, when the wicked has the upper hand the righteous is obliged to hide or flee.
Scripture bears record of that:

"When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice:
but when the wicked bears rule, the people mourn."

"When the wicked rise, men hide themselves:
but when they perish, the righteous increase."


News Item11/21/19 6:38 PM
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John for JESUS wrote:
Time will tell, but I think I’m right at the rate they are trying to appease people.
No doubt, but not many point to the outraging crux of the matter in the first place, say the intruding and denial of personal choice at the expense of skinning alive a company for accommodating oppression in survival mode.

Not dismising this company's fault, the reality is that nationally the first is a more serious crime going on unchallenged as it should.


News Item11/21/19 7:04 AM
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John for JESUS wrote:
Before it’s all said and done, they will be sponsoring gay pride month events.
The grand plot of all propaganda is to make the victim end as the culprit.

We read about an antecedent to this in the trial of Christian and Faithful in Pilgrim's progress which displays the same:

" ... the men were taken aside for investigation ... the name of the appointed judge was Lord Hate-good.

The accusation ,
“That they [Christian and Faithful] were enemies of, and disturbers of the trading at the Fair; that they had caused both commotions and divisions in the Town, and had gained supporters for their most dangerous opinions, in contempt of the law of their Prince [Beelzebub].

So there came witnesses,
Envy,
“My Lord, this man, in spite of his plausible name, is one of the vilest men in our country; myself once heard him assert that Christianity and the customs of our Town of Vanity were diametrically opposite, and could not be reconciled. Now, my Lord, by this statement he not only condemns all of our praiseworthy good works, but also ourselves in our doing of them."

Obviously false accusers behave as
"... extortioners" which "shall (not) inherit the kingdom of God."


News Item11/20/19 3:27 PM
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Tyranny, cohertion, and oppression are sure signs of unrighteousness in societies, opposite to benevolence and freedoms: the fruits following peoples living at peace with God.

News Item11/17/19 9:51 AM
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Christopher000 wrote:
BM Wrote:
"Sorry, you missed the word "TUNE" , not the lyrics."
In America, a tune {slang} is a song, which encompasses the lyrics and instrumentals/melody/rhythm, of that tune/song, as a whole; having no difference between the two.
I still don't understand the categorization, but it's fine, and no explanation is necessary.
Please, see the basic meaning of the word tune in music, not in American slang
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