Jim, there were no deaths in the measles cases. mary lou did have to bury her daughter. and Hil. is a politician. All will have their eyes opened, but the day of Judgment will be too late to repent. Today is the day of salvation.
there's a reason why elites have been buying water reserves.... many have said it is the next oil. so many oil-banker wars, when water is short there is going to be pushing and shoving. you all hear about the gent, I think in Oregon, put in jail for 30 days for saving rain water off his roof?
Unprofitable Servant wrote: Actually it looks just like tax code and does not mention corporations.
well, I'll have to look that court case up that you mentioned. rule of law is a funny thing these days. targeting Christians in the IRS is actually still illegal even though some have done it, and I don't even think this form of taxation was ever even passed by Congress... ironically, I find that most draconian measures are in a way a rebellion against good law, like erasing all state criminal law and a few judges making up new law making killing the unborn legal. such as it is, in politics it seems Darwinian, the biggest fish makes his own rules. (insert green face)
you cannot centralize and move people away from the land, regulate free commerce to pieces and deindustrialize a country without expecting a loss of work! "believe in yourself" they tell em, then they beat themselves up because there's no work. everytime ocare gets furthered more shuts down. left with services, if anyone has enough food stamps to pay for them.
Passerby, You know, I had an acquaintance that happened to be of the lighter colored skin who is not a Christian. She was friends with a gentleman who happened to have darker colored skin. Now he knew she was not a believer and they were friends quite awhile and one day she asked him, hey, how come you don't invite me to your church? (realizing that most Christians are into sharing their faith) She asked him, is it because I'm white? and he said "yes".
that bothered her. it bothered me too. is that what you were speaking of Passerby? that people sometimes self congregate, do not take on nor understand the burdens of the other? you know if we did, we might find our unity in Christ and ways to overcome the suppression americans are under. divide and conquer should not succeed in the body of CHrist, lest we devour one another under false assumptions that the "other" is living it up and owes us something.
this and ISIS,marxist strategy to weaken the strong man, the indigenous man.
grand leader is forcing both sharia and "sodomy rhgts" to buy/sell with US.
those who are caught in this movement will see firsthand that these things come from the pits. May the witness they hear against Christ by the abusers draw them to the Holy Scriptures! There are no shadows with Christ, Christ sets the sinner free unto righteousness!
s c wrote: Just because I agree with a particular pastor in regards to a specific issue does not mean that I accept 100% of what they teach.
sc, why wouldn't I care? I'm not breaking fellowship over this issue, I understand the "coming out of Babylon" and not participating with one's tribe and their pagan practices and starting over in Christ. The days are dark and called out believers need each other.
JMac may approach the whole thing in a different way than you do.... yes, he does rail against the RCC, doesn't he? He's not celebrating the Paschal Lamb as an ecumenicalist?!
and yes, we all have errors and we are continually being sanctified if we belong to Him. that is what its all about!
You mention "holy days". Which reminds me of the RCC communion. They worship the actual bread and wine as Christ's body. I do not, nor will I not have communion with the brethren because they make an idol of it. All days are holy, but I do believe in celebrations!
s c wrote: pennnned,the Bible states that we should not forsake the assembling of one another and we should encourage one another.I'm all for corporate worship when it's done properly and the truth is rightly divided and the object of worship is Christ.
huh?? that's what I was doing yesterday!? So you are not against the Lord's Day as a weekly time of corporate rest to gather for worship?
1517 wrote: The quicker this escalates the better. God will weed out the fakes and the remnant will go underground to watch the spectacle. No more sermonizing on SermonAudio about religious freedom, the RCC being our biggest threat, and candy coated "love" over holiness and proper doctrine.
great points, although I do not look forward to Christians not being able to buy and sell without giving their allegiance to it, can't help noticing its happening right before our eyes, eh? To God be the glory.
great comments! this is one way Christ purifies His church, through persecution, the goats flee at the taste of inconvenience. maybe we all will eventually be moving to home churches?, athough many home churches are also faddish and imitating the larger mainstream. But God is good and has a plan for the continuing of the gospel! Until the last that belong to Him are brought in. Not a one will be missing when He's done. This is why I'm careful in asking for Christ's return. There are still more to be brought in. Each has a place at the table.