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It is hard to imagine that this nation would go so far as codify that the emperor has no clothes, that is, to silence opposition to mental illness and serious delusions. Instead of covering up the problem, why can't we address the underlying issue of the aftermath of childhood sexual trauma and of mental illness. Instead we pay these poor people on the head, insisting that the sick be told they are well.

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It is hard to imagine that this nation would go so far as codify that the emperor has no clothes, that is, to silence opposition to mental illness and serious delusions. Instead of covering up the problem, why can't we address the underlying issue of the aftermath of childhood sexual trauma and of mental illness. Instead we pay these poor people on the head, insisting that the sick be told they are well.

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Sounds more like By-ends of Fair-speech to me, DF, referencing Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress at the Seventh Stage.

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My family and I know a family from Hong Kong that are Christians. They, of course, now reside in the US.

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Same here, Gay.

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Somehow, this is not surprising. There are a lot of factors, including Proposition 13's property tax implications, the sanctuary state of undocumented day workers, and the general destruction of the middle class.

People are truly suffering in California, and they groan under the impact of poor governance.


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Good summary of events posted here:

https://world.wng.org/2019/09/timeline_the_hong_kong_protests

Seems like it's becoming an outright cry for freedom and liberty, but there will always be those who stand against those concepts. My prayer is that Hong Kong would be protected and enabled to become a light for the Gospel not only to China, but to the watching world.


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Thanks, THBCC, for sharing that. What you related really seems to be the case Every time I run into someone deluded from how God finely crafted them, I am reminded that most of them are dealing with the aftermath of horrendous abuse. Now I haven't walked in their shoes nor do I understand what load they bear as a result. But I do know that going against the Lord's commandments doesn't make things any better. It is entirely more profitable to turn to the Lord with one's hurt and damage and ask His help in sorting it out, starting with saving faith in Jesus Christ.

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While this is seemingly good news, it is likely a political trick to spur voting for the Progressive candidates. Doesn't New York State ban this so-called "conversion therapy" anyway? They all but ban babies at the state level. How would they not have insistuted a ban on therapy/evangelism toward the LGBT+ community?

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While I can certainly understand the frustration of those who have been limited by commercial carriers of social media, is there really a requirement that they have to provide equal time or space to opposing viewpoints than those held by their own corporation?

Facebook and internet social media companies like Facebook are essentially private entities but want to be considered a broad public forum. You can't have it both ways, though. At some point, any provider of public forum will be stretched to provide a stump on which an opposing view will be touted.

Take SA, for instance. What if the BHO Administration or Congress had tried to force SA to post articles favorable to abortion, LGBT+ lifestyles, excessive drinking of alcohol, etc? It would be a travesty of justice.


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Thanks, Frank. Perhaps the Lord will remember and honor our plea for the poor fellow?

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Not a new problem:

tinysa.com/sermon/10314642133


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Last I checked, Jim, whatever you think about civil rights are not part of the Bible's qualifications for elder.

Not sure what President Trump has to do with one imposter who said she was Native American who is supporting a bunch of imposters who say they aren't a bunch of men but really are, biologically.


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Hope you guys are OK, YIA.

I agree that many churches in the US have already gone down this path. We recently met a man who is some sort of New Age Buddhist. My wife immediately began trying to figure out how to best witness to him. She learned that Buddhism has many behavioral aspects that attaempt to mimick how Christians ought to behave toward one another - with love, gentleness, and understanding. She found that many Buddhists look down on Christians for not living up to their standards.

What they lack, of course, is the internal change from faith in Christ & the indwelling of the Spirit. Their standard is an external attempt to reach harmony. Ours is a reflection of being remade into a truer image of God.

While it is fascinating that people over history have sought better behavior thru better manners, it is also fascinating that they missed the root cause...sin. They haven't dealt with that. Fortunately for us, the Lord dealt with our sin for us.


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My wife and I have had the experience of working thru our parents' houses after they passed away. I found many things dear to my mother just this past summer. There were so many Bibles in my in-laws' house. It tells a story of who our parents were.

But finding remains of people? I cannot even begin to imagine the horror.

What will we leave behind for our children that showed who we are? Will our effects point to life everlasting in Christ? Or will we point to death?


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I would not be so hard on this man. He is a work in progress just like all of us. While he has not arrived at the same place we have, he is getting there. Give the Holy Spirit time. He did not whip me into shape in a day. And I'm glad the Lord gently lead me along paths of righteousness for His own name sake.

I too was where is man is today once.

It really is wonderful how faith in our Lord makes the world suddenly make sense, and studying His creation shows His fine craftsmanship, artistry, and immense creativity.


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So what's the percentage of pedophiles at one of those gatherings?

Great opportunity to offer Christ to a gathering of hurting people.


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Glad to see someone is making this parallel in a public forum.

Seems to me that people who need to silence dissent have little trust in what they think they believe.

Our God reigns. Theirs feigns.


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Excellent history lesson, Chris G P. Were they not a refuge for non-conformists as they were banished from England/Scotland? Many Scot Reformers spent time there, a few running influential publishing houses and a university.

It is a reminder that the Lord does not need to maintain faith in our own lands, as if He owed us something, And we shall all soon follow without the Lord bringing another Great Awakening. Let it start in my heart today.


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Same old question about the meaning of life and finding meaning in one's sin tainted life on this broken post-Fall earth.

I appreciate how the Westminster Divines answered this same basic question --

What is man's chief end?

Man's chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.

That's Q&A #1 from their Shorter Catechism. The rest of the Q&A flesh out how that works and how it happens.

But Q&A #2 says that the Bible, not Instagram, is the only rule for how to go about that.

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