Frank wrote: Ultimately, it doesnât matter about the character of Hillary or her scandals. But, she is clearly the most evil public figure, Obama aside, that has ever stood on a platform. She is a woman and Godâs word says that women leaders are a curse. So she shouldnât even be considered by Christâs church. If the Lord allows her to be elected, then it is simply Him pouring out His wrath on this nation. Isaiah 3:11 Woe unto the wicked! it shall be ill with him: for the reward of his hands shall be given him.12 As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths.
Amen. This is why I'm not voting for her, plain and simple.
BRF wrote: Is there no other candidates a faithful believer could with a good conscience vote for? we know they will not win, but if enough people vote for a third candidate may be the main parties will understand just how out of touch they are with the electorate. If there is a faithful believer standing they may even see how much they are out of touch with the one true and only living God. But which ever of the two main candidates is elected it will be a judgment of God not only on the USA but western nations as a whole given this person will be in effect the leader of the so called free world. But even then we must not lose sight that who ever wins Jesus Christ will still be Lord.
Great Broadcast! Thank you for the Biblical exhortation to "come out from among and be ye separate" from sports and worldly entertainment! The night cometh, when no man can work. We must do the works of our Savior while it is yet day and redeem the time.
Frank wrote: I am an odd one, but I don't believe that women should teach scripture to children or to other women. Their own children would of course be an exception.
I actually agree with this as well. If a woman busies herself as a keeper at home and guiding the house, God-given responsibilities from Scripture, she will have more than enough to occupy her. There's probably already enough men who think "church is for girls and women" anyway. Combine this with the fact that many of the faculty and staff in schools are female, also. It rather appears things are stacked against males from the get-go, with feminism being the default position in society.
Observer wrote: Hardly a saint when she was alive, how can she be one in her death? [URL=http://www.srai.org/mother-teresa-where-are-her-millions/]]]Mother Teresa - Where are her millions?[/URL] And [URL=http://www.wayoflife.org/free_ebooks/downloads/Was_Mother_Teresa_a_True_Christian.pdf]]]Was Mother Teresa a True Christian?[/URL]
Hi Observer; thanks for posting the links. Good information, some of which I already knew, but much I did not.
Tennessee Wise wrote: If you notice they said nothing about fathers because it was started by lesbians.
I did notice just the mention of mothers and parents, but not fathers. Very telling.
They are haters of God (Romans 1:30) and His creation order and design. God formed Adam first, then Eve (I Timothy 2:13). Families are begotten of men; their wives and their children bear and continue the father's name and lineage.