Hi Mike, friendly answer.ūüôā. We both know that an rc prays to the queen of heaven, their mediator, who will coerce her son a helpless god who still hangs on a cross and has to be sacrificed daily for their sins. Not my God or Savior.
You can bet that the catholic gov, will be sprinkling his ‚Äėprayers‚Äô with plenty of hail mary‚Äôs to the god that they truly trust and worship. Don‚Äôt be fooled like most of the ecumenist‚Äôs who are going to join him in this religious farce. Spot on, sister ladybug.
Wearing a cloth mask in hopes of not catching or transmitting this ‚Äėdreaded‚Äô virus is about as helpful as putting up a chain link fence to keep out mosquitoes. Mandated mask wearing today...forced vaccinations next.‚ė†ÔłŹ
Sister lb- meant to say religious quotes out of J.I. Packers own lips, concerning his mish mash theology and his established ecumenical ties with the papacy.He was ignorant of God‚Äôs gospel of free and sovereign grace, instead he aligned himself with the religion of the evil one. Hope that clarifies a little better.ūüôā As for me, I‚Äôm ‚úÖ Time to shake the dust off, from this thread.
Ladybug wrote: "Whatever feeling is entailed in repentance, it must lead one to ūüĎČforsake all former ways of disobedience.ūüĎą (He is promoting sinless perfection here) To acknowledge one‚Äôs guilt before God is one thing; to abandon those actions that incurred such guilt is anotherJ.I.Packer https://www.crossway.org/articles/j-i-packers-thoughts-on-holiness/ conditionalism always points the sinner to 'self' and away from Christ and His finished work. The holiness of the believer is Christ's holiness, 'be ye holy for I am holy' better rendered in the interlinear, 'holy you shall be because holy I am'. To insist a sinner be holy is ludicrous, God requires sinless perfection, no sinner can meet that requirement. 'oh wretched man that I am, who will deliver me from the body of this death?!?'Christ and Christ alone! "If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed." There must be justice for sin, Christ's shed blood, His death is that justice, but only for the elect, that's the righteousness of God
Well sister, I appreciate the religious quotes that you posted up concerning J.I. Packers mish mash theology. It has been established out of his own mouth that he was an ecumenical churchman...time to shake the dust off.
Ladybug wrote: Sister MS, be careful with that one, from their website-To declare God‚Äôs Law, God‚Äôs Salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ-http://mercyseat.net/mscc/
Thanks sister,I know all about his doctrine and would never listen to or recommend his teaching concerning the Gospel. But on matters of murder of the preborn and governmental issues he is worth a listen.
In Gods‚Äôs Providence, He led me to this very sermon this afternoon.ūüôā.Found it on my Gospel of Grace podcast. Thank you for posting it up.brother Scott preached absolute truth.So many are deceived by a false self-righteous imitation of the gospel.
Dr. Tim wrote: The difference between Catholics and Anglicans is hardly noticeable to an outsider. When men in dresses, referred to as ‚ÄúFather,‚ÄĚ administer rites known as ‚Äúsacraments‚ÄĚ in both, it looks pretty much the same to me.
That‚Äôs why most in ‚Äėdenominational religion‚Äô don‚Äôt know the Gospel from a goose and can align with every heretic and cult in religious la la land. Confusion abounds because most have not been born from above.