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News Item8/18/19 1:12 AM
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Well for the record, I also believe that self-defense using a gun is justified biblically. If someone breaks into my house, I will shoot them until they stop. I can’t imagine giving them the opportunity to harm my wife. If I had a carry permit and saw someone about to harm an innocent person, I would also shoot them.

I would hope they didn't die, but if they did, it would be their fault, not mine.


News Item8/16/19 1:45 PM
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John UK wrote:
Someone told me it wouldn't be safe to shop anywhere, at least not without the mark of the beast.
There's a huge financial computer complex in Luxembourg called The Beast.
Oh, that's where PayPal is HQ'd isn't it?
Makes me larf.
Brother JohnUK, very interesting about the beast computer. I wonder if they named it that to be controversial. I’ll bet they did.

Sorry, below is off topic.

The U.S. used nuclear weapons in WW2 because we were the only ones that could use them. IOW, we didn’t have to ponder a nuclear retaliation.

NK has nuclear weapons but so do so many other nations. If he used them, then he and his cruel regime would cease to exist. The only ones who might use nuclear weapons are the crazy Muslims who believe a world catastrophe would usher in their 12th Imam.

Kim is one of the most ruthless leaders that have ever existed. Why anyone would actually trust him in any way is beyond me. He will never get rid of his nuclear arsenal regardless of what he says. They put him on center stage and nothing else could.


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Lady_Virtue wrote:
I wish I could recall the "times past" of which you speak; it's largely before my time.
These days, some women have a more profane vocabulary than some men. Cursing was one of the things feminist women wanted to do so they could be "like men." They hate ladylikeness and Biblical feminine virtues {modesty, shamefacedness, discretion, etc.}.
Yes, my dear sister in the Lord; I go way back. But there was a time when women were "generally" treated with utmost respect.

I agree with your thoughts about the changes. The women's liberation movement has basically said if you want to be liberated, then become more like men.


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His department also provided “false and negative referrals” to other law enforcement agencies, Torres says, preventing him from securing employment elsewhere. He’s suing for $300,000 in compensatory damages and $15,000 in punitive damages, saying he suffered “loss of income and benefits, loss of quality and enjoyment of life, [and] loss ofreputation.”

Above is of course from the article.

Well, I think it is safe to say that few professing believers would be put into a spot for the above to be a reality.

JAG, your point was very good, thank you. If women weren’t allowed to be in patrol cars, then this wouldn’t have even become an issue. As I have often said; culture is defining scripture instead of the other way around.


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John UK.

Yes brother, I think both of us would say it is simply a dummying down of the gospel and other areas of scripture. For some reason all societies since the beginning have given the rich and famous a different pass. When they do something, like Trump does, they will bring up that it was God that chose them for office as if somehow that makes a difference.

Trump is an immoral buffoon the same as all our previous presidents. Total depravity does have meaning.

I believe in imprecatory prayers, but God never answers mine.

Come quickly Lord Jesus, come quickly!


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John UK wrote:
I thought it was quite common in America to use language like that in war situations, if war depictions in films are to be believed.
Yes brother, it is extremely common to hear bad language in my country. Go out on the streets or in most establishments and you will hear it. The ones that don’t do it publicly are normally simply trying to not offend someone or to pretend they are moral. In times past, most didn’t curse around women, children or in front of people they knew it would offend.

So, what is surprising and sort of new here, is a president or anyone else of prominence doing it publicly. I think Trump does it simply to get a rise out of people, IOW, shock them? Much of his political base like him because he does the unexpected, like cursing.

I remember when Clinton was running and it became known that he had committed adultery. I told my wife it was impossible for someone to have done that and be elected president. I was naĂŻve and stupid.

Our hypocrisy is none curse in a church, but wait until they leave.

James 1:26 - If any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man's religion [is] vain.


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Christopher000 wrote:
I have a completely different take on this, but I guess I'll pass on posting my own thoughts. I guess I really can't argue that, for the deputy, it came down to a matter of conscience, I suppose.
I like your conscience thought and the below could easily apply.

James 4:17 Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.

If this fellow felt it would cause him to lust or even that it would give a bad impression, then he should have done what he did.

My guess is if he sues over this, he will lose.


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Lady_Virtue wrote:
Greetings, Brother Frank. Yes, the real war on women is against them marrying, bearing children, guiding the house, being keepers at home, submissive to their own husbands, the aged women teaching the young women the things they are to teach them in Titus 2:3-5, etc. In other words, everything that is Biblical.
Feminists are perfectly fine with women choosing to do anything and everything--except submitting themselves to God and obeying Scripture.
Amen sister! And thanks for giving such excellent examples. They simply seek liberation from their God given roles.

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Yes, I have always said that the real war against women is when society seeks to make them relevant in ways that God didn't intend for them.

And as most know, the beginning was when Eve ate the apple.


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Christopher000 wrote:
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"Yes Chris, your comment was right on. Pornography devalues women to the extent that they are deemed objects. If women truly understood the evil this causes, they would fight against those women participating in and promoting it. For some strange reason, the feminist movement doesn’t normally discourage it, but they hate the men that become addicted to it; and they should.
It is an addiction the same as alcohol and drug addiction."
Hi Frank...I never considered how it's really never discouraged, like you said. I wonder if they view it as a "My body, my choice", a woman's right, sort of thing. The imbalance is a strange thing though. Hate the men who view it, but remain silent on the women who violate themselves to make it all possible. Hmmm.
Interesting! We had a women's march here a couple of years ago and they were chanting things like, "my body my choice" and something like if I want to be "ugly, I can be ugly".

I don't think they don't hate the men who watch porno, but they hate those that become addicted to it and the consequences of that addiction.

I would say more, but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be taken well.


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Christopher000 wrote:
Pornography is disgusting, at any level. Given today's, free-for-all, almost, anything goes, atmosphere, People become callous to things so quickly, so I'm guessing that the already, super vile, has digressed to a new level of low, when it comes to what's now available for people to view. I don't even like thinking about it, because the wickedness is probably so shocking these days.
I've never been into any sort of pornography, but I have looked a few times, here and there, long, long ago. I very clearly remember how incredibly dirty and disgusting it all made me feel, and it took a while to shake those feelings off. I remember the feelings of pure evil, and I knew, even back then, that I had no business peeking into that vile world.
Yes Chris, your comment was right on. Pornography devalues women to the extent that they are deemed objects. If women truly understood the evil this causes, they would fight against those women participating in and promoting it. For some strange reason, the feminist movement doesn’t normally discourage it, but they hate the men that become addicted to it; and they should.

It is an addiction the same as alcohol and drug addiction.


News Item8/7/19 2:46 PM
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John UK wrote:
Acts 2:36-39 KJV
(36) Therefore let all the house of Israel know assuredly, that God hath made that same Jesus, whom ye have crucified, both Lord and Christ.
(37) Now when they heard this, they were pricked in their heart, and said unto Peter and to the rest of the apostles, Men and brethren, what shall we do?
(38) Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.
(39) For the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call.
My point is that it did not take months of night school to convince these Jews that Jesus was the Christ. In fact within the space of a few minutes, God had turned them around so that they repented, they received Christ as Messiah and were baptised and filled with the Spirit.
Today we leave God outside the door.
Hey brother. I have just a moment, but I want to say great post and I couldn't agree more. My example is always the thief on the cross. I doubt very seriously if he could withstand one of my theology attacks, but he is with Christ.

Salvation is of the Holy Spirit - period.


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“New laws taking aim at Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court ruling that established federal protection for legal abortion, have passed in nine states. Some would limit abortions to as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, or when a fetal heartbeat is detected. Alabama’s legislation would effectively prohibit the procedure, except in health emergencies.”

Well, 6 weeks is better than 36 weeks! There are no health emergencies that would necessitate targeting the unborn. The below refutes Jim’s concept of the life of the mother.

http://prolifephysicians.org/app/?page_id=2

"When the life of the mother is truly threatened by her pregnancy, if both lives cannot simultaneously be saved, then saving the mother’s life must be the primary aim. If through our careful treatment of the mother’s illness the pre-born patient inadvertently dies or is injured, this is tragic and, if unintentional, is not unethical and is consistent with the pro-life ethic. But the intentional killing of an unborn baby by abortion is never necessary."

And, nothing can ever undo Roe V. Wade. It is considered precedent and is for all practical purposes permanent law. All we can do is regulate this murdering.

Besides, women vote.


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John UK wrote:
Frank, when you talk about these RV's, are they shot RV's which are just parked up and never move again? Or fully working vehicles which are driven about? And if so, where do they park up to have electric, water and so on?
Both! Most of the places where they allow RV to park and stay overnight, have electricity that they pay a small amount for. Some park their RVs there permanently. Not sure about water though?

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John UK wrote:
I would love to live in an RV, but I cannot afford to, and the guv makes it impossible in the UK anyway.
Good morning brother and fellow pilgrim on the narrow road!

In Fla. where I live, living in RVs is very common. My guess is there are 10s of thousands doing it. Also, mobile homes are extremely common here. I have never seen a mobile home park in Europe and don't remember any RV parks. I wonder why?

Anyway, I do know they are well equipped and lot rent is very cheap.

Have a blessed day.


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Christopher000 wrote:
Frank Wrote:
"The key issue is this person is evil and mentally deranged. Society needs to blame something in culture that makes them commit mass murder. They simply cannot resolve themselves to truly believe there is in fact a devil and that devil is in fact a murderer.
Trump is an easy target and to believe his thoughts regardless of what they are is the cause of these things is simply Trump Derangement Syndrome."
Thanks Frank!
"Trump derangement syndrome"...ha-ha...don't think Ive heard that one. So true though. The liberals have gone mad, and their derangement is a strange thing to see as its all unfolded, and the catalyst is a pure hatred for a man, and their loss of control a few years ago. The really infuriating part is that mainstream media, and Hollywood, etc., are colluding with them to fill the American public to overflowing with outrageous lies, and few do their due diligence to vet the things they hear.
I just started giving credence to the Trump Derangement syndrome, but I have heard the term for a while now. It means, he can do no right and he is responsible for everything that goes wrong. That is how bad people hate him.

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John UK wrote:
Thanks brother and fellow pilgrim on the narrow road which leads to life. Can I ask you a couple of questions?
Tell me bro, do you have any idea what "take the mark" means"? I do not have an answer to this.
And do you also think that "forsaketh not all that he hath" means "putteth all that he hath at the disposal of the Lord Jesus Christ, to be used as He seeth fit"?
Thanks bro.
Pilgrim,

Just a quick answer. I don't know what the mark is, but I believe it will be some type of computer chip implant. It is something that means we desire to worship the antichrist and have pledged allegiance to him.

I think a disciple simply desires and knows that everything they have belongs to the Lord and "He" can do what He will with us or what we possess. It is not something that I decide.


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Thanks for the info, sister. Yes it is unfortunate there seems to be a severe lack of teaching on taking up a cross. Maybe the current generation love their life too much? I don't know. How about if every church was to do a big series on counting the cost of being a Christian? Or on receiving Christ as Lord as well as Saviour? Or on preparing to die for Jesus? Or on realising that through much tribulation we must enter the kingdom of God? Things like that, in preference to patting the church on the head and saying, "There, there."
Old books on missions seem full of sacrifices and hardships and God's blessings and spiritual warfare and revivals.
Yes brother well said and your points were outstanding. How someone can say they belong to Christ, but are not one of His disciples is something that confuses me.

During the tribulation, those that are found by the antichrist will either die for the sake of the gospel or take the mark that means they will worship the false Christ.

Luke 14:33 So likewise, whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that he hath, he cannot be my disciple.


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Christopher000 wrote:
Hey Mike, my guess is that this guy got all of his news, like so many others, from the mainstream outlets, instead of balancing the sources. Say I'm right...then, as far as this guy knew, Trump was in fact a raging bigot, and hated Hispanics, etc. Bottomline though, is that it takes much more than anything like that to get a mentally healthy human being to murder, so there's a much bigger picture than a murderous response to mere words. The guy was a psychological mess...
Well said Chris! The key issue is this person is evil and mentally deranged. Society needs to blame something in culture that makes them commit mass murder. They simply cannot resolve themselves to truly believe there is in fact a devil and that devil is in fact a murderer.

Trump is an easy target and to believe his thoughts regardless of what they are is the cause of these things is simply Trump Derangement Syndrome.


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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
read your own article, they had no clue who wrote the "manifesto". Plus you are saying that the cause of this man's actions was some how related to his skin color. That is blatant racism. You must believe that blacks are half the prison population despite being 13% of the general population because they are of a darker skin.
The blackness is found is in the heart, not the pigmentation of the skin. I hope SA removes your racist remark
I agree brother, good comment. Jim would say that even though 95% of blacks voted for Obama, that wasn't racism. Jim admits he voted for him, but my guess is he would put a different spin on his motives.

I remember when I was working, we had a public reception room that had a TV. When they announced the O.J. Simpson verdict; all the blacks had gathered to hear it and they all left raising their hands and literally saying "praise the Lord". No racism there either.

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