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Scold your friends as you did DD, or apologize to DD.

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Tell us US, where was your outrage when 'BmC' said this in response to me, "Some things never change in this forum, in fact they come in predictable cycles of practice and behaviour.
Such are, the entrenching into groups of shut-minded buddy condescension, the mushroom-like turned up of new monikers under cover, the mantra of pride, the dismantling of texts to accommodate a fixed position, and the adhominem propaganda when arguments cannot be refuted.
There is a hint of "Leave them alone" in Scripture"...where was your scolding to her US? It's okay to be rude if you are BmC?

Where was your outrage when John UK deemed Darren 'unsaved'?
It was crickets from you US.
It seems the double standard continues here doesn't it?

I read DD's response, you deem it a 'needless attack', warning DD not to question her character, intelligence or state of redemption. Yet, you allow others to do that VERY THING. Before you point your finger at DD, check out the 'patterns' of your 'friends' US. Hypocrisy continues as well.

Good comment DD

Still waiting for the universalist crowd to respond to why 'all' aren't saved. What prevents the salvation of the whole world IF Christ made it 'possible' for them to be saved?


News Item6/18/19 8:45 PM
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Context determines meaning Mike, along with cross referencing. When Christ said He laid down His life for His sheep, who was He referring to? A particular group.

Many be dead - aren't all dead in trespasses and sin? Yes
So, does 'hath abounded unto many' mean all? What do other verses say? Some have already been given. The 'abounded unto many' refers back to what in that text? The gift by grace, what gift? Salvation, 'for by grace are ye saved, through faith, and that not of yourselves, it is a gift of God, not of works lest any man boast'. Who receives grace and the gift? Those God saves, not all mankind.

Go to verse 18, 'therefore as by the offence of one judgment came to all men to condemnation; even so by the righteousness of one the free gift came upon all men unto justification of life.'
So, are ALL men condemned? Are ALL men justified? No and No.


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Scripture was given to show 'all men' doesn't mean every single person born, looking around you shows most do NOT come to Christ. Scripture was given to show the correct meaning of 2 Cor. 5:19,'world' later referred to in that same text as 'their' and 'them'. When this argument cannot be proven to be in error, personal attacks and slanderous accusations follow.

PA- so, all means all right? Answer this, Christ said He laid down his life for his sheep, he gave his life as a ransom for many, he saves 'his people' from their sins - how does that line up with your definition of all?

It's strange how the universal crowd never addresses those texts that show they may be in error.
Christ says Himself He gave himself as a ransom for 'many' - what does many mean? Why would He say that IF he made salvation 'possible' for all? What prevents all from being saved if that were so?
What do you do with John 17:9 'I pray for them: I pray not for the world, but for them which thou hast given me; for they are thine.'?


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Christopher,

Good points in your posts. Yes, we all suffer from the sin of pride. However, when one fails to recognize and acknowledge that sin, it grows like a cancer.

2 Cor. 5:19 doesn't imply God's plan to save made it possible for all to be saved. The 'world' in that text is the same group of folks that God doesn't count, or charge, with sin. God has 'reconciled' - i.e.,changed them- the 'world' referred to as 'their' and 'them later in that same text. This same group are the ones whose sins are NOT charged against them- if they are now free from sins penalty, how is it many are under condemnation and perish?


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" if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me."
Christ states that the fruit of his resurrection would make possible to draw all unto him, yet it is a fact that not all are."

That is not what the text says or teaches. Nowhere in that text does Christ imply He makes possible the drawing of all sinners. If that were true, then what prevents them from coming?

Does Christ 'draw', or 'drag' in the Greek ALL men to himself? Of course not. He 'draws' all kinds of men, not every man. No one can come unless the Father draws, those that are drawn DO come.
Quoting a text and putting your own spin on it is not rightly dividing. "all" from Pas - the whole, every kind of. It should be easy to determine the correct meaning - look around. Is all of mankind being drawn to Christ? No.


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If Christ is the Savior of the 'world', why aren't all saved?
2 Cor. 5:19, 'To wit, that God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not counting their trespasses against them'---Does this verse mean the entire world will be reconciled to God, Him not counting their trespasses against them?
"They tell us that Christ redeemed all men; when the scriptures declare that God redeemed his elect from among men. If God redeemed some from among others, then those that the elect were redeemed from, were not redeemed. When God gave Egypt for Israel's ransom he gave no ransom for Egypt. If the wicked are a ransom for the righteous, and transgressors for the upright, Prov. xxi. 18, then those wicked transgressors had no ransom paid for them, however the doctrine of universal redemption is earnestly insisted upon But I defy the world ever to get one text of Scripture to prove it. Christ says," I lay down my life for the sheep," But all are not sheep. They that are the chosen flock of God are redeemed; "I lay down my life for the sheep." As many as were 'ordained unto eternal life believed.Acts, xiii. 48. William Hunington -http://www.williamhuntington.net/Works/Volume02/02001.htm

News Item6/17/19 11:02 PM
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What does the bible say? That is all that matters.

(For the children being not yet born, neither having done any good or evil, that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of him that calleth

For he saith to Moses, I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion. So then it is not of him that willeth, nor of him that runneth, but of God that sheweth mercy. For the scripture saith unto Pharaoh, Even for this same purpose have I raised thee up, that I might shew my power in thee, and that my name might be declared throughout all the earth. Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will have mercy, and whom he will he hardeneth.

"God wills nothing in time, but what he willed before time; that this grace and mercy are shown only to some persons, and that the only reason of this is his sovereign will and pleasure, and not the works and merits of men; wherefore since this grace and mercy rise out of his own free good will and pleasure" John Gill
Romans 9


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Tim,

Notice I used the plural form 'comments', I was referring to many of your prior comments, not just your most recent.

The reason why you malign me is because I do not go along with free will doctrine. Others do the same; I won't 'make nice'
and be quiet, I won't sing kumbaya with others while they promote error and heresy. I will point out double mindedness, double standards, false accusations, hypocrisy, etc.

God does not leave His elect in error. Those who do not hear {understand} prove they are not of Christ' sheep, His words, not mine. Romans 9:11 is an excellent verse to think on. I am a vile sinner God elected unto life. I am proud at times, I have hateful thoughts and speech at times. The things I shouldn't do, I do. The things I should do, I don't. O wretched woman that I am...…
As Need Him rightly stated, I am what I am because of Another


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Thank you 'pay attention'.

Tim, I pray God will grant you true biblical wisdom. Your sarcastic comments and misguided attacks prove the shallowness of your beliefs.

You like to belittle others, you are not the only one who resorts to such immature tactics.
Immaturity and ignorance are the main staple of 'religion' in America. But God never leaves His elect in ignorance for long. Receiving correction should never, ever be a reason to call others names like you have displayed here Tim.
It's telling when professing believers care little for truth and correction, then turn around and tell others they have 'pre-conceived' thinking.
Praise God He opens the understanding of His elect, He teaches correctly, and He chastens accordingly.

You can show me where I've failed to display gentleness and humility, and make sure the situation fits the charge. I am more than willing to own up to any charges that are legitimately proven, backed, and clarified by God's word.


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As for the 'humor' that is attempted here, "Neither filthiness, nor foolish talking - meaning silly talk, buffoonery, senseless, stupid talk',nor jesting, which are not convenient; but rather give thanks' Ephesians 5:4
Such should not be named among God's elect, as verse 3 states.

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Tim,

It's strange you commend Dolores, where were you when she lashed out at some here? She gets a free pass because you both hold to the same erroneous theology.
Double standard is the theme isn't it?

As for your innuendo " those who claim to have a revelation from God in these areas and who accuse others of ignorance and heresy because they disagree are little more than spiritual snobs whose rampant pride is a stench in the nostrils of the One who rightly described Himself as meek and lowly", again, who are you addressing? Are your words an example of a 'meek and lowly spirit'? Hypocrisy is rampant.
You rip on others who prove your 'theology' to be in error, you call us 'white washed sepulchres'. You claim God is not clear in His word on how He saves, even though a multitude of verses have been given to show you otherwise.

Your behavior is similar to that of a child who doesn't get their way, back door innuendos and false accusations that are 'generalized' so you can avoid direct confrontation.
When Arminians have nothing left in their arsenal, they resort to childish personal attacks. Remember this Tim, God will hold you accountable for every accusation you make. IF you want to call someone out, use the bible to prove your accusation.


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Amen Trying. I agree with you. He is everything to us, we desire none but Him and are zealous for His truth. Listening to the boundary series, thank you.
Good night friend

Need Him, yes - Like you, I am what I am because of Another-ALL glory to God! I enjoyed the quote from Spurgeon, thank you for sharing.

I just read this …

Professors and Posessors
by J.C. Philpot
The religious professor receives doctrines because he sees them in the Bible. The believer not only sees them in the Book, but he feels them in his heart, put there by the Holy Spirit. The believer gets at truth through trouble. He arrives at the banquet of mercy through sharp pangs of hunger. He lays hold of the robe of righteousness, chilled by nakedness. He comes to the cross because he is guilty and there is nowhere else to go. Thus the religionist and the believer (however they may resemble one another) have an eternal distinction which the hand of God has drawn between the living and the dead."

His truth is precious to those He saves


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Trying,

"I can thank and praise God that I have at length found a company who want that Christ be all in their midst - for surely this is our hope for all necessary wisdom, righteousness, sanctification, redemption." - again, yes and amen.
It is all about Christ and should always point to Him. Our desire should be to know Him, to press on in this race, to desire His truth to go down deep in our inner man. To grab hold of this love He has for us- His bride -His elect. This is something I pray for a lot. I want to KNOW Him more deeply.

You will be a refreshing change to this forum!


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Thanks for your response and honesty trying.

Not looking for a fight, just expressing my thoughts on doctrine interpretation.

I do appreciate this from you, " when my 'knowledge ' is tempting me beyond charitable peaceableness, and other good fruits of the Spirit; it's time to 'halt and pray'. yes and amen
We know God's word says knowledge puffs up, our prayer should always be to remain humble...and teachable.

Again, thank you for your honesty and your thoughts.


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Trying,
Could you answer this, do you also go by the moniker 'JohnUK'? Have you other monikers here you go by?

You said this, "There are secrets that are known to Him alone, so we should not expect to have a perfect interpretation of His doctrines - they drop as the dew, but we are often too busy shouting to hear!"
That is not true. God doesn't muddle His truth concerning soteriology. There are conflicting views on eschatology, but there shouldn't be any trouble understanding how God saves sinners and who God saves.
I will agree that truth may be withheld because some are not open to it,i.e., 'too busy shouting'.


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It only sounds good IF right doctrine means nothing to you. We are not called to hold hands with and sing kumbaya with those who hold to and promote heresy. This is exactly what brings about lukewarmness, compromise, and ecumenism.
The remnant will stand firm on His truth, we will speak out against error and heresy.

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Enjoying your posts Need Him.

Darren, this is relevant, again, from Spurgeon..
Others are shifty because they are so desperately fond of "good fellowship." "Hail fellow, well met," is their cry, be it traveller or highwayman. They are so good-natured that they must needs agree with everybody. They are cousins of Mr Anything. Their brains are in other people's heads. If they were at Rome they would kiss the pope's toe, but when they are at home they make themselves hoarse with shouting "No Popery."
Beware of those who come from the town of Deceit – Mr. Facing-both-ways, Mr. Fair-speech and Mr. Two-tongues are neighbours who are best at a distance. Though they look one way, as boatmen do, they are pulling the other. They are false as the devil's promises, and as cruel as death and the grave.

Hypocrites of all sorts are abominable, and he who deals with them will rue it. He who tries to cheat the Lord will be quite ready to cheat his fellow men. Great cry generally means little wool.

Surely when the devil sees hypocrites at their little game, it must be as good as a play to him. He tempts genuine Christians, but he lets hypocrites alone, because he is sure of them. He need not shoot at lame ducks; his dog can pick them up any day."-w.wicketgate.co.uk/issue67/e67_4.html


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Darren.....

John UK says:
The other thing Dolores, is to keep scriptural balance. So we see that:
1 Timothy 2:3-6 KJV
(3) For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;
(4) Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
If we accept all of scripture, we will never get into an extreme, cultish position."
"God's general love for all does not guarantee salvation for all; but one thing is for sure, all are invited to the feast, and if some refuse, they perish."
"John 3:17 KJV
(17) For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.
There are three worlds in this text, and I do not believe anyone can stick "all kinds of men" instead of "world" or "Gentiles as well as Jews" instead of "world". So it is perfectly okay to say that world means the world, that is, all men."
John UK wrote:
....for whom Christ died particularly...
the very words of John UK

To say one holds to the d.o.g. yet spew out all the above proves one thing - double mindedness, a fence straddler, a hypocrite. Such should be avoided by God's elect.


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The doctrines of grace do NOT include universal love and salvation for all, to claim to hold to these doctrines yet uphold universalism is the height of hypocrisy. It's also an indication of a 'double minded' man.
If you don't even have the foundations right, you would be better off staying home rather than proclaim an accursed gospel or half truths, which is no truth and saves no one.

" None of God’s sheep will continue to believe the lie of universal love and redemption, they will rejoice that Christ “love US and gave Himself for US.” If God loved all men without exception, and Christ died for all of them and the Holy Spirit was trying to save them..they would ALL be saved or He would be an unloving, unjust and weak being!

Do you worship the god of universal love? If so, you do not worship the God of the Bible and you will die in your sins! Don’t believe me? Open the Bible and read for yourself!! I pray that you will! The love of God is in the TRUE Christ, not these many antichrists!" - Gary Shepard-https://www.pristinegrace.org/media.php?id=1304

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