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Just the beginning of sorrows. Matthew 24:7, Luke 21:11

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I agree with Franklin Graham on this.

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I visited in Israel about 25 years ago. Back then, orthodox boys would throw rocks at passing cars and buses. This is nothing new but seems to have grown in intensity.

One of the things I noted in Israel back then was its strong secular nature. The keeping of the Sabbath is one of those things that always seems like the first to go. Then society picks up speed heading toward the abyss.

My mother would relate how Raleigh had only one drug store open on Sunday, which rotated between businesses, to assist the sick back when she was growing up. I remember watching changes to Sunday blue laws happen as a child. Today, there are a number of businesses that never seem to close ever but few overall do not open on Sunday. In many regards, Sunday has become another Saturday instead of a Sabbath-like day of rest from labors.


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Might want to check the definition of "pharisee" before you start throwing that term around, Jim. One of the key components is hypocrisy. Prohibition was championed as a means of solving what was considered a social ill - drunkenness and the impact drunkenness caused to the offender and his or her family. The illicit manufacture, transportation, and sale of alcohol did occur. But ultimately, the nation as a whole decided it liked alcohol better than not having it. Now we deal with the consequences of that national decision.

I disagree with Norm to some extent. The criminal code section of the law is designed to discourage criminal acts through the promise of punishment. Those who do those acts anyway don't think they will be caught and punished, or perhaps don't care.


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Amen, BDF. They have a word for that kind of delusion - psychosis. Biggest question is whether or not it's demonic or simply a malfunction.

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I too support legal immigration. People who want to legally come and settle, join in with our economy, get an opportunity to hear the Gospel...that's all good.

Most of the backlash, I believe, comes from the reverbertions from the past Obama Administration and the acceptance of Muslim refugees. And there is a general understanding that Progressives want those here illegally to be granted citizenship and be permitted to vote. In their minds, they are gaining a proletariet to stand behind them and demand Socialism.

There are concerns that an increased Islamic presence will mean an increased call for Sharia law as well as harrassement of Christians and others who are not Muslim, which is opposed to the Lord and His precepts contained in His word. Marxism in whatever form it presents itself is opposed to the Lord and His precepts contained in His word.

This is not about feeding the hungry, etc. This is not about racism and anti-racism. This is about remaking the United States of America in their own political image - Marxist. That's not an America I want to live in.


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Oh, but wait...Jesus is going to see to that as well. Something about a lake of fire...

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Ridiculous.

I am absolutely convinced that sinful behavior has harmed someone else since the Fall. However, it will require Someone sinless to judge appropriately who will receive what from whom. For all have sinned, both toward God and toward other people. Instead, that Sinless One...the Second Person of the Godhead, the Lord Jesus...took on flesh to pay back the One to whom was owed the most: the Triune God.

While it is interesting to watch the supposed sorrow for mistreating others and saying that some restoration is due, the only way to truly fix it is to go back to the Garden of Eden and hogtie that serpent upon his wiley appearance.


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It's actually a difficult tight-rope walk. Immigration laws are federal laws and can only be enforced by federal agencies with appropriate legal authorities found in federal laws passed by Congress. Traditionally, state and local authorities have not been overly helpful in these kinds of cases because they lack legal authority to assist. But at the same time, there is a general concept that warrants from other jurisdictions can and will be honored. Enforcing those warrants means expending resources that an agency may not be funded to do. So if Chicago helps round up however many illegal aliens facing deportation, they may be on the hook for at least a portion of the costs for operations for which they have no authority to conduct.

It seems tougher to stand up and say that they will oppose a federal enforcement mission than to quibble about legal authorities and funding levels and plays to their political base. In effect, they're lying about why they aren't being more helpful.


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Interesting statistics. 49 percent identify as "pro-life" but 50 percent think abortion is immoral. Why the one percent difference?

Of course, as Dr. Tim often reminds us, the only opinion that truly matters is the Lord's, and He calls this murder.


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YIA, I hear you regarding the content and also understand that you are in no position to speak freely. I think you are stating that Communism is not a Christian issue or a spiritual issue. The problem you have mentioned in the past about Early Rain is that they seek to overthrow the government.

Being in the US, I don't have the same fetters you must, sadly, endure. Therefore, I note that Communism and all other forms of Marxism are incomparable with a solid understanding of work and economic activity described in the Bible. Secondly, the elders of Early Rain and other like minded churches signed a statement that seemed very consistent with Scripture to my understanding, at least, and specifically wrote that they were not seeking to overthrow the government.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Gentleman:
https://tinyurl.com/yapvm8uy (The Deadly Dangers of Morality)
The sermon / article above by John MacArthur more than adequately explains why forcing morality even God's morality, on a society is God's business and not man's ❗
from "Political/Social Activism"👎
https://tinyurl.com/yb6rzhm2
If you want a society to have Christian values, the society has to be Christian.
The problem, Jim, is that we have this "precious message in earthen vessels." In other words, the Lord has every ability to work without us but, for some reason, chooses to very often work through human effort. We are to be salt and light in this world. To be salt and light, we must be in the world but not of the world.

And because the Lord has placed us Americans within a democratic republic, He has given us the authority to speak against and work against such things through the government.

Dr. MacArthur is a respected gentlemen, but I wouldn't take everything he says as Gospel truth. He probably doesn't. I don't even do that with everything I say!


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Now that's just it, Dr. Tim! There is only one opinion that matters anyway...and that's the Lord's!

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Jim Lincoln aside, DF has a good point. The results of a poll are often predicated by the survery instrument that is used to collect the data. And no one can necessarily trust those who want to forward a particular Progressive agenda, as they will do ANYTHING to forward that agenda. The minimum includes lying. In their minds, the ends justify the means.

However, the Lord Himself is in charge of the ends and holds us responsible for the means. So they are doubly guilty -- advocating and committing murder while doing anything possible ensure they can continue.


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Attempting to compare the attempts to prohibit abortion with the attempts to prohibit alcoholic beverages is like trying to compare apples with oranges. Just because Prohibition was considered a failur doesn't make it a bad idea.

The US legislated the use of seat belts in cars, many states require helmets while on motorcycles, children are required by law to be educated, and many more laws and regulations are in place to protect and enhance life. Every state and the federal government has laws prohibiting murder of the post-born, in most cases, and providing for strict penalties. Even mistreating pets or livestock is punishable in many places under the criminal code. It's also against the law to steal and provide false witness in a court case, showing that morality has long been codefied and considered necessary for an orderly society.

But, abortion ends life and is even being encouraged in some states. It's oxymoronic.

Jim, you are a zealot, but as Dr. Tim said, not for the Lord. You are advocating a liberaterian approach to life - live and let live. Or in this case, "live and let die."

Life is worth protecting, even through the criminal code for pre-born and post-born people.


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If I recall the reasons for declaring the United States as a nation independent from GB, one of them had to do with the power of Parlament and the Crown to impose whatever kind of rules they so chose without regard tomthe people living here. There was great concern that the Church of England could be imposed as the official church based on how Quebec was handled after the Seven Years War, for instance, in which RC was codified as the official religion there. 243 years later...not much change.

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I have been in many churches. None of them were racist. Not all of them were "integrated." So what is being proposed by the gentleman from Lincoln is that to be truly non-racist, churches have to ensure that they are integrated to a certain, yet unspecified percentage. Which I find preposterous.

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I believe public assistance covers these costs already. There is also charity care available. Spurious argument.

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No one follows Christ 100% of the time as a result of the sin still remaining (1 John 1:8-10), so we can only follow their example when their example actually follows Christ. Same goes for anyone.

Sometimes, Christians get enamored with particiular leaders without considering that those leaders had sin, with the exception of Jesus. They need to look beyond those leaders to see Jesus and follow Him.


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No one follows Christ 100% of the time as a result of the sin still remaining (1 John 1:8-10), so we can only follow their example when their example actually follows Christ. Same goes for anyone.

Sometimes, Christians get enamored with particiular leaders without considering that those leaders had sin, with the exception of Jesus. They need to look beyond those leaders to see Jesus and follow Him.

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