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FRONT PAGE  |  10/22/2019
THURSDAY, APR 25, 2019  |  53 comments
Nicole Kidman says she's 'teased' for her belief in God
Actress Nicole Kidman revealed she often gets teased by friends for passing her strong belief in God onto her children.

The 51-year-old actress shares two kids with country singer Keith Urban as well as her two other children from her previous marriage to Tom Cruise. The star revealed that her friends often comment on her faith and the way she has daughters Sunday Rose, 10, and Faith Margaret, 8, attend church as a family.

“A lot of my friends tease me,” Kidman revealed in a cover story for Vanity Fair. ...


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TrueHolyBibleChristianCatholic  Find all comments by TrueHolyBibleChristianCatholic
"In 1527, Ignatius of Loyola was let off with a warning by a [Romanist] court for having sympathy with the Alumbrados of Spain, also known as the Spanish Illuminati.

In 1534, Loyola became the founder of The Jesuit Order.

In 1773 the Pope ordered the Supression of the Jesuits and Adam Weishaupt became a professor of Canon Law at a Jesuit University.

Weishaupt founded his Order of the Illuminati in 1776.

Antony Kidman and his brother went to St. Aloysius College in Sydney, a Jesuit school. After graduating, Antony’s brother went on to pursue the ‘spiritual’ side of his education and decided to become a Jesuit.

While in training to become a member of the secret society, he developed schizophrenia and had to abandon his plans.

[Romanism] remained strong in the Kidman family. They attended the Star of The Sea Jesuit Church in North Sydney and Father Paul Coleman was their family priest. This was also the place chosen for the funeral of Antony in 2014, which only came a month after he was formally notified of FIONA BARNETT’S allegations. Coleman also officiated the marriage of NICOLE KIDMAN...in...2006. It is interesting that NICOLE maintains HER JESUIT LINKS while being connected with The Church of Scientology, a CIA/MKULTRA linked cult."-PEDOPHILES DOWN UNDER.com !

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News Item4/29/19 4:58 PM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
Dolores wrote:
So glad for you, John, because you have found the place God wants you to be and that’s so important. I have worshipped in different Churches at different times and found when I needed to leave, God had another place for me to serve. Prayers for your place of worship as well.
Thank you so much, Dolores, all prayer is so appreciated. Yes it was our weekly meeting today, and it was such a beautiful experience, the five hours flew by and we came away refreshed and more excited than ever about the Lord Jesus Christ. At last I feel at home, and am serving the Lord in perfect liberty of spirit, so I thank you for your kind wishes. And may the Lord bless you too in your own place of worship and may you be a blessing to others, as I'm sure you are being.
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News Item4/29/19 3:42 PM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
So glad for you, John, because you have found the place God wants you to be and that’s so important. I have worshipped in different Churches at different times and found when I needed to leave, God had another place for me to serve. Prayers for your place of worship as well.
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News Item4/29/19 3:20 PM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
Thanks Christropher and Dr Tim and Connor and Fred and all that post on here to not take myself so seriously. And I am learning some important lessons from all of you on here as well, God uses each of us even if we don’t realize it at times, even when it’s just a fun break that makes me laugh 🤭
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News Item4/29/19 3:17 PM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
Thanks Christropher and Dr Tim and Connor and Fred and all that post on here to not take myself so seriously. And I am learning some important lessons from all of you on here as well, God uses each of us even if we don’t realize it at times, even when it’s just a fun break that makes me laugh 🤭
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News Item4/27/19 1:05 PM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
Dolores wrote:
Well, are you at peace where you are now? Using gifts, God’s given you, serving Him where He places you. even on here. I know I am an irritant to most but still led to say what He has given me to give out. Will be praying for you and your ministry wherever it is and your migraines and don’t leave ever as I don’t have anyone to talk to and learn from.
Thanks for your prayers, Dolores, really appreciated, very much so, yes indeed. I am having the best time of my whole Christian life right now. Our meetings are on Mondays, and last for at least four hours. Sometimes we go on for seven hours and have to have meals during the meeting. They are so exciting, because the Lord is teaching us, and he is working and speaking through the various gifts, as you mentioned. Nothing is planned aforetime, and there is no stress for anyone. It is just a sheer joy to be there, and I wish we could have those meetings every day.

Dolores, if you ever feel the Lord is giving you something to give out on the forum, please, please do so. The Lord intends it for blessing, and you might be guilty of withholding blessing from someone. You have to leave results with the Lord, sister. Go for it.

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News Item4/27/19 11:58 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Dr Tim Wrote:
"What do you mean you don’t have anybody to learn from, Dolores? Christopher can teach you how to put all of your earthly belongings in a shopping cart. JAG can show you how to make a mint julep without booze. Country Boy can demonstrate how to barbecue a possum to a fare-thee-well. I can’t do much, but I can sure teach you how to spit and whittle. What more could you ask for?"

Well, it seems that Dr Tim is being a bit modest, because he has some knowledge he can offer up as well. He could teach you how to braid hair with your toes, how to eat corn on the cob with one tooth, or teach you financial independence by explaining how he then takes the empty cob, tapes it to a goat's forehead, and charges his kin three acorns and crabapple for unicorn rides.

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News Item4/27/19 11:25 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
So I said to him, "Do you realise how difficult this is for me? You have been told some lies about me, which obviously you've accepted, and now you won't receive me as a member of the church, yet you give me communion and are happy for me to evangelise and bring others along to the meetings. How confusing is that? All you need to do to get this sorted out, is to go through these accusations, so that I can make my reply, and then you will be in a better position to make a sound judgment about me, a Christian who earnestly desires to serve the Lord here under the authority of the church leaders, which thing I am very eager and willing to do."

He said to me, "I'm sorry John, I can't do that."

Eh?

So I said, "Well I cannot stick around with false accusations hanging around over me, I'll just have to leave."

And he said, "I'm really sorry, John."

"And I said, "So am I, brother."

And I turned to the elder and said, God bless bro."

And he said, "God bless, John."

And I walked out of there, and began planning what on earth I could do, or where I could go, to find a half decent church where I could serve the Lord under the authority of a church.

Amen Tim?

Amen Dolores?

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News Item4/27/19 10:42 AM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
What do you mean you don’t have anybody to learn from, Dolores? Christopher can teach you how to put all of your earthly belongings in a shopping cart. JAG can show you how to make a mint julep without booze. Country Boy can demonstrate how to barbecue a possum to a fare-thee-well. I can’t do much, but I can sure teach you how to spit and whittle. What more could you ask for?
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News Item4/27/19 10:26 AM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
Well, are you at peace where you are now? Using gifts, God’s given you, serving Him where He places you. even on here. I know I am an irritant to most but still led to say what He has given me to give out.Will be praying for you and your ministry wherever it is and your migraines and don’t leave ever as I don’t have anyone to talk to and learn from.
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News Item4/27/19 9:08 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
I'll just do one more. I'm trying my best to answer Tim's questions:

"John Lee, do you agree that the Bible describes churches as having bishops, deacons and saints? Are you a member of such a body? If not, are you seeking to become a member of such a body?
Do you agree that the Bible describes pastors as rulers? Are you currently under submission to a biblically ordained church ruler? If not, are you trying to get to the place of such submission?"

So, what happened next? I'd left the assembly in Sidmouth, which shortly after closed down and was taken over by an ecumenical prayer group.

I won't give details of the next church I attended, as I believe it is still going, but it was a 1689 Baptist church with closed communion and was just receiving a new pastor. I moved down there and rented another tiny apartment, and began attending the church. It was nice to hear the Doctrines of Grace again, and I felt this was mighty fine.

But in this church were some vindictive and malicious women, who loved tittle-tattle and behaving like feminists. One in particular did not like me at all, and she tried to make things difficult.

Now the pastor of the church was starting from scratch, and he decided to enroll members from scratch.

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News Item4/27/19 8:52 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
The Lord knows in depth, we entertain appearances, and this is why there are so many 'mysteries' and unresolved puzzles about.
The same applies to a forum as this.

USA and Britain may had had in the past common grounds. Not any longer. America's evangelical church has its own peculiar problems due to the sense of liberal Christianity that its *progressive* culture has applied and understood there. Britain's secularism on the other hand, on the wings of socialism and ecumenism, has exercised a death sentence to its church from different angles for near 60 years now.
The Lord knows

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News Item4/27/19 8:11 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
Thanks sister,

There's always a 'but' and why is that? Beats me.

But what happened? I was getting spiritually drained and physically exhausted through taking God's word out into a hostile environment (from adults, not the children) but I believed some good was going to come from it, and the Lord would add to the church such as should be saved.

One day, the Lord shocked me. He said, "There is no love in that fellowship; I cannot work there; I am not there."

I thought it might be the voice of another, but the Lord cemented his words with an event which proved it. Indeed, that very next Sunday, when I got up, I felt far too ill to attend because of migraine, and I could not go.

The following week, I heard some news which made me sick to my stomach. That previous Sunday morning, my autistic friend had plucked up the courage to attend the meeting. He was fearful of going in, and asked for me when he went in. But I was not there, and he sat down. The gypsy lady went over to him and sat with him and asked him a question or two, but the 'exclusive' lady beckoned to her friend to come away from him and she did. That made him feel ten times worse, and in a panic, he left the church and never went back. I also did the same.

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News Item4/27/19 8:09 AM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
Inspiring to hear others give testimony of how God has and still is. working in someone’s life. This reminds me of David Wilkerson and his street preaching winning Nicky Cruz out of his gang activity to serving God. God used street preaching to reach people that might never enter a church building. A.W Towzer on his way home from work was touched enough to find a church to attend and was saved. What happened next John?
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News Item4/27/19 7:44 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
Thanks, John
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News Item4/27/19 7:03 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
I had the utmost liberty, preaching the gospel. Occasionally a woman would support me, even though her pastor at Sidbury Chapel told her to never do any evangelism, as it was for the pastor to do it only. She would not submit to that nonsense, and sometimes came and gave tracts out while I was preaching, and she would talk to people about their souls.

Often, groups of schoolchildren would gather to listen to me, and afterwards I would give them some money to go buy some doughnuts or cakes, and we would sit on the wall eating them and talking about the things of the Lord. Even tiny tots would come and listen, and I would try to accommodate their level of understanding.

One day, a local busker (who suffered with autism) stood right in front of me and listened to a whole message till I finished. That is rare in the open air. I spoke to him afterwards and he wanted to know more. We had a good chat, and I also told him about the church meeting, where it was and what time. He said he would come some time, and thanked me.

The woman I mentioned, a couple of weeks later, was sat next to him in the doctor's surgery, and she also invited him to my church. It seemed like God was at work in this man's life.

But...

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News Item4/27/19 5:46 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
The tracts were very modern, and beautifully produced, great graphic design. But the content was so woolly, so weak. Not really trying to make sinners feel their guilt, that they are abiding under the wrath of God and in danger of hell fire. The CD I listened to was a woman talking about the Person of Jesus Christ from John's Gospel, to a soothing background of piano music. What?! It was the sort of thing you might find in a therapy unit to calm people down. The third thing was the Gospels of John, which were now in the New King James Version. I believed that to be a retrograde step, and was disappointed, especially as my new church, like the old one in Seaton, used the King James Bible exlusively. (Note, I have changed my mind somewhat concerning the KJV, and now prefer the Geneva Bible of 1599, which I use for daily reading, especially as the Tolle Lege Press in the States has published an updated version with modern spellings (2006) which can be seen on Bible Gateway, and which I use for my daily reading plan.)

Notwithstanding these problems, I decided to carry on, even if I didn't make use of the free literature. So every Saturday, I would preach alone, but with Christ at my side.

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News Item4/27/19 4:17 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
The day arrived, the two evangelists came, and we had some fellowship and prayer in the chapel, before I took them to a spot right in the centre of town, just 100 yards from my rented flat.

The evangelists preached, and then invited me to preach. I took Isaiah 55:6 as my text and preached the good news of the gospel. The elder was watching at a safe distance. I had been into Exeter to a music shop and bought a busker's amplifier, a mike, and some rechargeable batteries (D size). My voice is very weak, and it served to bring the volume up, so that I could be heard from 20 yards away. A man with a booming voice would be much louder without the amp.

All went well, and a few days later I heard from Andy Banton, the secretary of Open-Air Mission, who informed me that I was accepted as an associate evangelist, which meant I had covering and support, access to as many tracts, CD's and Gospels of John as I needed, and such like. I told the elder of the chapel, whose name was Bill Nethaway, and asked if it was okay for me to preach every Saturday on behalf of the church, and he gave me permission. Wa Hey! Things were looking up. But when the tracts arrived, and I saw the Gospels were not KJV, and the message on the CD was given by a woman....

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News Item4/27/19 2:33 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
Back to Holmdale Chapel. Now back in the day, when I lived in Rugby, we had Open-Air Missioners come to give us teaching on evangelism. And they invited us to write in to the office in London, if we ever wanted any Gospels of John to give out in our own street meetings. They were lovely Gospels, red cover, King James Bible.

I recalled this in Sidmouth, and wrote in to the office asking for help, because I had little money, but wanted to save a Gospel Hall from extinction through winning converts and seeing growth.

The Open-Air Mission at that time had just got a new Secretary, Andy Banton, and he wrote me a letter - yes, a real one, with an envelope and a stamp - in which he invited me to consider joining them as an associate evangelist. I prayed about it and decided to do just that. Andy said that he would send two of their full time evangelists to Sidmouth, and we could have an open-air meeting in the place of my choosing, and evaluate whether to accept me on the team. It was very exciting, as there was currently no Christian witness on the streets of Sidmouth.

At this point I told the elder all about this, and he said he would come along to witness this spectacle. We would meet up in the chapel for prayer and then launch out.

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News Item4/27/19 1:05 AM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
Fred, your comment is worth a lot to me.You see, I felt strongly that I do need to be on here to help someone that might not post but need some encouragement. I appreciate your posts as well. Thanks for the blessings I received from your comments.
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