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If the law says we should wear a mask when in public, then unless someone can come up with a biblical argument against that order, they should wear a mask.

So, what is the biblical argument against wearing a mask?


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Well let’s see.

Mormons – He was satan’s older brother and He became a god at his death like billions of others.

Muslims – They differ, but they all believe He was not God in the flesh. A prophet who is inferior to Mohammed.

Jehovah Witnesses – He wasn’t God.

Eastern religions – After millions of reincarnation, he had perfected himself and is now one of the spirit guides.

Catholics – Christ is the starting point, but then the RCC and its sacraments take over.

Chinese – He was a murderer and a sinner like all mankind.


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Brother JohnUK

Isn't it wonderful that we were both saved solely through our calling and Christ sacrifice for us on the cross.

Ephesians 2:8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:
9 Not of works, lest any man should boast.

I brought nothing with me to the cross except the understanding the "Holy Spirit" gave me. And now we try out best to obey Christ because He has given us born again spirits. Praise His holy name.

And when I "listened" to the gospel being explained to me, I have never considered the listening part to be a work.

We are on the same page brother.


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I didn’t read the article.

I don’t know what Trump said at the catholic prayer session, but if he gave them religious comfort in any way, then he will answer for that one day. There are over 70 million catholic voters and whoever wins the next election must cater to them.

Trump meets the name it claim it antinomian thoughts of some on this forum. In fact he is on record for saying he never has confessed any personal sin; just think about that.

I will vote for Trump over any democratic candidate, but I will not defend his religious viewpoints.


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The Quiet Christian wrote:
Good question, Brother Frank. I heard a missionary explain once that what drives a lot of these attacks are fear. If the whole village doesn't stay loyal to whatever idol, there is a lot of fear that bad things will start to happen. So if a handful come to saving faith in Christ, the whole village isn't loyal anymore. Those who left idolatry must be brought back or else. It's a sad situation.
Interesting brother, thanks! I have never studied hinduism. But, you might be right on. My guess is their gods are not gods of love.

Praise His holy name!

Philippians 2:10 That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;

11 And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.


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Well according to the internet, Hindus have up to 33 million gods. I wonder which one tells them to murder innocent loving people. Or perhaps they can pick and choose which one to serve on any particular day?

If this man was a Christian he is in heaven, so my prayer will be for his wife and children and those that looked to him for spiritual guidance. Amen.


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He has the gift of sowing lots of bad seed, hoping some of it will sprout. If he were a farmer out there in Nebraska, his place would be repossessed and auctioned off. He’d blame Trump or greedy pastors.
Thanks Mike. Come to think of it, I don't remember him blaming Obama, Biden or Hillary with any injustice.

I can't imagine how excited he must be to see all this social unrest aimed at Trump.


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I remember way back I used the term transgender to be synonymous with the homosexual movement and was chastised by one of our evangelical feminists. So, I am a little reluctant here. I am going to assume that transgender people will """normally""" dress like the gender they associate themselves with. So, the below verse only applies to cross dressers!

Deuteronomy 22:5 The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God.


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A large, prominent evangelical Capitol Hill church late Tuesday filed a legal challenge to the District, alleging the city government is violating the First Amendment by facilitating and tolerating massive anti-racism protests but forbidding worship services — indoor or outdoor — of more than 100 because of covid-19.

The above is from the article.

I would only change the above paragraph to say: “massive anti-American” protests. But the hypocrisy should be crystal clear to everyone. Racism was the excuse for these riots the same as women’s health is the excuse for murdering babies in the womb. I can’t believe how easy it is to manipulate the unsaved.

Or maybe manipulation is not necessary.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
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Isn't it a pity that some American pastors couldn't contain their greed and wait for a while when things settle down far as the virus was concerned? Also they should have been pushing the government to do something about the problem ❗ 👍
Jim, how do you know these or any other pastors were motivated by greed? Do you have some sort of gift that we are not aware of?

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Been there, Brother Frank. Yes, chaplains have been handcuffed and not permitted to do their jobs. Good ones have been cashiered. I've had my own run ins. I've also met some chaplains who were attempting to preach and teach Christ and seemed to be tolerated. They were also fairly junior.
But you are so right about the nature of this world. You are also very right about what our forebears in the faith went thru. Compared with what I've faced, no comparison.
Amen brother! And regardless of the life we have lived in Christ, all our sins have been forgiven and we will spend eternity with Him. We obey Him not because we have to, but because we want to.

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Interesting brother QC.

I spent 10 ½ years in the Army; 1964 to 1968 and from 1971 to 1977. I was in the Army Security Agency which has been disbanded as far as I know. I also was blessed to work at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany as a civilian from 2001 to 2003. I was on a military compound and also got to meet many of the wounded soldiers coming back from the Middle East.

During my military service I was unsaved, so Christian things were not important to me at all. But, when I was at Landstuhl, I got into it with chaplains and even the base commander over Christian issues. Do you know that chaplains cannot present
the gospel to fellow soldiers?

But brother, I fully and completely understand how our employment can conflict with our Christian walk. Christianity is the enemy of satan and he certainly makes that clear to all of us.

Can we even imagine what it must have been like during the inquisition where someone was getting ready be burned alive for speaking out against the RCC. I try to picture their wives and children watching this happen.


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It is a very difficult situation, Brother Frank, for our brothers and sisters who work in public schools. We need to pray for our Brother Wayfarer, for instance. I have heard that some school districts are better than others. We homeschool, so that's all beyond our personal knowledge.
Yes brother, life can be difficult especially in any public setting. I remember when I noticed the beginning of PC changes when I was working. I do pray that all of our brothers and sisters who are in the workforce will not compromise their testimony. If we truly trust and believe in our Lord and Savior, then we will not compromise.

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Kieron wrote:
Dear Jim, Do you pray for your government? I take it you’ll vote Democrat in November. You do know the hearts of men is the true problem? The SIN problem, which no government can solve. Isa. 31:1.
An excellent comment! Societies will seek what the Lord gives them, but not the Lord. We are seeing that throughout the world. Nothing has changed and your Isaiah verse was right on.

Isaiah 31:1 Woe to them that go down to Egypt for help; and stay on horses, and trust in chariots, because they are many; and in horsemen, because they are very strong; but they look not unto the Holy One of Israel, neither seek the Lord!

Matthew 6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.


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I’m sure most of us know that if someone is teaching in a public school in America and they mention Christ, salvation or any other biblical concept they will be fired. I don’t know of any exception to this, so if someone can enlighten me that would be great.

This is one reason why I believe that “if possible” all Christian families should home school.

Before the return of our Lord and Savior, there must be a worldwide falling away from the gospel. We are seeing the escalation of this in our lifetime - worldwide.

2 Timothy 3:13 But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
True, Frank. I'm happy to see though And many others actually Are more interested in protecting their congregation and setting a good example then lining their pockets❗👎
"Coronavirus has officially killed 200,000 Americans. For those left behind, there is grief, shock and rage"
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No Jim, husbands decide if their families go. And if there is no family, the men and women decide individually if they are going to attend. We have no way of knowing what the incentive for this pastor was.

Hillary was wrong; it doesn't take a village. It takes a father and mother.

That is what the individual priesthood means.


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Well since I am a believer in the individual priesthood of all believers these church members can either: stop going, worship outside or change churches.

No pastor is not the intermediary for any of his church members. It is the individual consciences of each believer to serve His Lord and Savior in spirit and in truth.


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Colin wrote:
Amen Quiet Christian. I am constantly reminded how easy my life is as a Christian in America. If true persecution comes may I act as boldly and courageous as this dear late brother.
Great comment! I think the Lord would give each of us the strength and faith to serve Him even in moments like this. Remember the inquisitions; there were only a few that denied Christ to save themselves from being martyred. And I cannot even imagine a more wonderful way to leave this God forsaken world.

True Islam believes that someone has to convert or sometimes pay the infidel tax, or die. I say true because there are millions who were simply born Muslim and practice it culturally just like millions of Christians.

Amen QC! I will pray for his loved ones right now!


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I wonder what the percentage of elderly Americans with underlying conditions would survive. So, my grandchild gets it and it is like a minor cold. He then gives it to me and my wife and I die. Sarcasm here; perhaps they should quarantine all elderly folks. I wonder what that would do to the mental state of the elderly, their children and grandchildren.

Or they could use this virus for population control. If millions of elderly who don't work were gone, would that help society.

For those of you who think this virus is simply a conspiracy,they would have to believe that the entire world was involved.


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All the Supreme Court is going to possibly do is regulate abortion the same as states do. Roe V. Wade has become precedent. But, if just one little life can be saved, then whatever they do is worth it and I would praise God. I try to remember that Christians don’t get abortions and there is no such thing as forced abortions in this country.

But here is something else the article noted. Trump has declared that he will nominate a woman. When Biden did the same thing with Harris there were lots of people who said he was catering to women just because they were women. IOW, skills were not the issue, but gender was. Feminists have hypocritically objected to being tokens. But, here we have the leader of the conservative party doing the same thing. I guess Trump doesn’t realize that the Supreme Court should have the best; aside from race or gender.

I remember when Megyn Kelly previously from FOX news was asked if she was a feminist. She said, “when it benefits me.”

Biden is on one side of the bookshelf and Trump is on the other side, but they are both on the same bookshelf.

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