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SATURDAY, NOV 10, 2018  |  277 comments  |  1 commentary
Scotland to embed LGBTI teaching across curriculum
Scotland will become the first country in the world to embed the teaching of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex rights in the school curriculum, in what campaigners have described as a historic moment.

State schools will be required to teach pupils about the history of LGBTI equalities and movements, as well as tackling homophobia and transphobia and exploring LGBTI identity, after ministers accepted in full the recommendations of a working group led by the Time for Inclusive Education (TIE) campaign. There will be no exemptions or opt-outs to the policy, which will embed LGBTI inclusive education across the curriculum and across subjects and which the Scottish government believes is a world first. ...


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News Item11/18/18 10:19 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
John UK wrote:
Why is it then, that so many Christians are quite unaware that God our God has withdrawn many of his blessings from his church, such that we are living in a very poor state and history would show that Christianity is at a low ebb at the current time?
And the answer is.............?
sc, I shall be interested when you have the time, in your answer.

But I have just been listening to a 64 and one half minute sermon by Alan Cairns concerning doing work in God's way, and if we do not, but try another way, he called it (Isaiah 31:1) going down to Egypt for help.

He concluded the message with a question such as, "Where did all the blessing of God go?"

And his answer was Jeremiah 2:13.

And the answer to Jeremiah 2:13 was Amos 5:4 and 2 Chronicles 7:14.

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News Item11/18/18 7:54 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
sc wrote:
Judgment begins at the house of the Lord.
I think that one would have to be blind to not see Judgment upon us.
Good morning sc, and how are you, sister?

It is true that judgment begins at the house of God, that is, his elect, his blood-bought ones, his redeemed. These are the ones he chastises, because they are his sons.

So for sure they are not blind, because Christ has given them light and opened their eyes, they are alive from the dead.

Why is it then, that so many Christians are quite unaware that God our God has withdrawn many of his blessings from his church, such that we are living in a very poor state and history would show that Christianity is at a low ebb at the current time?

And the answer is.............?

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News Item11/17/18 4:14 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
You would need to put her statement in light of all her previous posts to see that more clearly sc. just to let you know people aren’t being overly sensitive
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News Item11/17/18 2:14 PM
sc  Find all comments by sc
Thank you Christopher for your input.
Maybe I missed something...but I didn't see a holier than thou attitude in Susan's post.
Judgment begins at the house of the Lord.
I think that one would have to be blind to not see Judgment upon us.
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News Item11/17/18 2:02 PM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Sing unto the LORD a new song. All the ones in the Bible are at least ten centuries old.
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News Item11/17/18 1:48 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Great hymn with a great message Hal

However that’s a bold post in the midst of the Psalms only crowd

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News Item11/17/18 12:43 PM
Hal C. Ondays | Isles of Langerhans  Find all comments by Hal C. Ondays
This all reminds me of the old hymn, "My Faith Has Found a Resting Place" with the first verse:
My faith has found a resting place,
Not in device nor creed;
I trust the Ever-living One,
His wounds for me shall plead.
I need no other argument,
I need no other plea;
It is enough that Jesus died,
And that He died for me.
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News Item11/17/18 11:40 AM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Less than one. Susan, if you don’t want folks to take a belligerent attitude, maybe you should be a bit more humble yourself, and not act like Moses hurling the tables of the Law. If you had left out the first three paragraphs of your post, maybe the rest of it would have been better received. I am sure you and Erik mean well, but the holier-than-thou approach is a turnoff and can actually close people’s minds to the things you have to say. Sorry for my disrespectful attitude. I really will try to behave, although I admit I’m not very good at it.
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News Item11/16/18 11:45 PM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Actually, I’m feeling pretty righteous right now. I haven’t sinned in maybe four or five seconds. Okay two and a half...
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News Item11/16/18 10:36 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
But Susan came back!!!
Most people of her “spiritual “ stature would not deign to come to such a crowd of publicans and sinners as us and give their valuable time to such a demeaning task. But she came back!! Thanks for reminding us how, want to use your verbiage here thanks get it right, here it is, evil, sinful , and messed up we are. Our priorities are in the wrong place and our allegiances are way out of whack. No wonder we are under the judgment of God and the disdain of Susan

May God have mercy on us all

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News Item11/16/18 9:46 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Soooooooo, Susan

Just wondering

Do you feel very righteous now?

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News Item11/16/18 9:14 PM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
“I had work to do and it seemed to me that you all had your minds really made up so I left you to yourselves and see what you have done?”
Sorry, Mommy. We’ll try to behave.
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News Item11/16/18 6:42 PM
Susan Abel | Southeast Alaska  Contact via emailFind all comments by Susan Abel
Hello my dear brethren in Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior. All glory to God.

I had work to do and it seemed to me that you all had your minds really made up so I left you to yourselves and see what you have done?

Do you feel very righteous now?

The fact that the church is not upholding the law of God but following after laws made by men is the basic sin and reason for this judgment of God.

His judgment is to allow nations like Scotland to approve sodomy and then we ourselves are mired in the mess we have not risen up against.

We allowed this to happen because churches are so busy entertaining themselves and patting themselves on the back that we are not fighting against sin, either in ourselves or our neighbors.

"Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thine heart: thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour, and not suffer sin upon him."

Sodomy is against the law of God. Will we support a nation that supports evil? The civil magistrate is one described in Romans 13 as "a minister of God to thee for GOOD...he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doest EVIL."

We are not to follow after rulers that do evil. We are not to follow after Hitlers or Stalins. We are not to follow after sodomites.

But as he which hath called

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News Item11/16/18 4:55 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks SC...I hadn't even noticed the extra letter. I work off my smartphone, so didnt catch it on a smaller screen. Inter***...more ridiculousness, but society doesn't view it as such, do they. I know I sound like a broken record here, but just look at the repercussions of allowing the sodomites to legally wed...just consider the wide ranging, and far reaching snowball effect it's had since. Almost immediately, they began to infect the public school system with LGBTQ guest speakers...even speaking to kindergardners, around the same time, their books hit the classrooms, and working their way up to all we see going on right now. They never just wanted to be accepted, able to love and be loved...they had a sinister agenda.

A blessed nation? Maybe once upon a time, but our continued prosperity shouldn't be fooling anyone, and it's no spiritual gauge of approval, or a slap on the back for a job well done.

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News Item11/16/18 4:35 PM
sc  Find all comments by sc
1 Peter 3:21

“The like figure where unto even baptism doth also now save us (not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscience toward God,) by the resurrection of Jesus Christ:”

I see "lgbt" has added another letter, "i". Which letter of the alphabet will be next?

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News Item11/16/18 2:26 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Neil wrote:
I'm told that Anglicans immerse infants in their baptisteries, and E. Orthodox do as well, so it's not just a Baptist thing.
Neil, I have visited a few Anglican churches (in England, where they are called Church of England or CofE for short) and also a few in Wales, (where they are called Church in Wales), and I have noticed that the size of the font was quite sufficient for a baptism of babies by immersion, indeed I believe this was the original practice. Today though, I believe it is normal to dab water on the forehead three times, reciting, "in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost."

There seems to be less wailing that way.

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News Item11/16/18 10:56 AM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Baptism by immersion identifies the believer with the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. I’ve been to quite a few funerals, but I’ve yet to see a decedent buried by sprinkling or pouring dirt on his head. However, I’ve never been to a Presbyterian funeral, so maybe that’s how they do it.
Christopher, I’m appalled by your suggestion that I and my kinfolk take “monthly” baths. We would never consent to wasting that much water.
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News Item11/16/18 10:46 AM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
My people descended from Vikings. In fact, they descended quite a way...
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News Item11/16/18 10:18 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Christopher000 wrote:
... Or, a whole clan of mountain folk on bath month.
They're no worse than Elizabethans, who bathed infrequently, perhaps for lack of hot water or fear of getting sick from cold. This might explain the WCF waffling.

It has been said that the Vikings were the cleanest people in medieval Europe.

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News Item11/16/18 10:11 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Neil Wote"
A palmful of water won't wash anything larger than an insect.

Or, a whole clan of mountain folk on bath month.

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