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THURSDAY, APR 2, 2015  |  112 comments
NJ Megachurch to Hide 100,000 Easter Eggs

One of New Jersey's fastest growing Christian churches will be hosting the state's largest Easter egg hunt ever by hiding more than 100,000 eggs in its campuses in four counties for children and families on Easter Weekend.

Liquid Church, which has four congregations in Morristown, Mountainside, New Brunswick and Nutley, has 14 different Jersey Egg Hunt experiences planned in those locations for April 4 and 5, the church says in a statement.

"At Liquid, one of our core values is that Church can be FUN. We hope families joining us for the Jersey Egg Hunt will have a chance to experience church in a refreshing way," said Tim Lucas, founding and lead pastor. ...


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News Item4/6/15 10:34 AM
pennnned  Find all comments by pennnned
Amen!
Christ the Lord is risen today, Alleluia
Sons of men and angels say, Alleluia
Raise your joys triumphs high Alleluia
Sing ye heavens and earth reply, Alleluia

Lives again our glorious King, Alleluia
Where, o death is now thy sting, Alleluia
Once he died our souls to save, Alleluia
Where thy victory O grave? Alleluia

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News Item4/5/15 11:59 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
pennned wrote:
Christ the Lord is risen! Amen.
Christ The Lord Is Risen Today

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWbpsmBbZMg

Royal Choral Society: 'Hallelujah Chorus' from Handel's Messiah

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUZEtVbJT5c

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News Item4/5/15 11:36 PM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
Christ the Lord is risen! Amen.
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News Item4/5/15 10:29 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
US,
All is well brother.
My apologies for misunderstanding your intent.
Have a restful evening.
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News Item4/5/15 10:02 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Thanks Michael for your kind words.

Thank you, Dorcas, I pray you have had a blessed Lord's day. Again, I did not say those who espoused the truth or exposed the error were sanctimonious, only those who disdain others who see Easter as a celebration of our Lord's resurrection but do not know the truths presented here about Easter. Seeing I named no one in my post, I was certainly not calling you or your exposing error and defending the faith sanctimonious or pharisaical, my apologies that I was not clear there.

sc, you said you have seen people come under attack for rejecting Easter, and I have no doubt that is true, but other than SteveR attacks on people here and John Yurich's post, (btw, you won't hear any surprise surprise surprise from Jim Nabors that that happened) there are none in this thread.

I am sorry I misunderstood that when you addressed a response to me and then said "You compromise truth..." that you had switched at the time from the specific (me) to the general (anybody celebrating Easter)

You and others were warning about Easter, I was warning about having an attitude of spiritual superiority for understanding a truth of which many genuine believers are ignorant. As I said to sister Dorcas, if the shoe doesn't fit, don't wear it.

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News Item4/5/15 4:58 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Dear Precious Servant in Georgia
I appreciate your post

In my words here, I think you were simply posting along the line of: 'Let's be careful that we don't make something good, ugly to others.'

Or continuing in my words, we may find we are "uprooting", weak, uninformed, immature believers in an attempt to uproot all the tares among us.

Yes, ago my brother underwent a serious surgery; and it took a team of doctors, with the insite of much medical investigation to know what was good tissue and what (and exactly where) the bad tissue was, after much planning it took multiple hours to carefully remove the thing that was killing my brother ... without killing him in the process

Imho this is the kind of exhortation you are giving us, be careful lest in removing the speck in someones eye we carelessly rip their eye clean out of their face

Now I am probably in trouble too

Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Today is the day called Easter. There will be hundreds if not thousands of brothers and sisters in Christ, the ones who will be with you in heaven, that are going to go to Easter Services (maybe even sunrise services because the Mary's went to the tomb at the dawn of the day) to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord. They know nothing of
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News Item4/5/15 4:34 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
US,I'll repeat, "...consider that their motives may not be as you deem them."
Their motives is in reference to whomever you deem "sanctimonious" by taking issue. I,by the way, haven't seen any posts that convey that attitude. I have seen people come under attack for rejecting Easter,however.
No nerve hit here and I understand that you do not endorse easter. Where did you get that I was suggesting otherwise in regards to you?
I was merely trying to correct your erroneous judgment of the "sanctimonious". Of course,we pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ who may be well meaning but in error.
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News Item4/5/15 3:28 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
US,
I will continue to expose error and contend for the faith as long as the Lord wills.
If it is viewed as 'sanctimonious', pharisaical or whatever one chooses to call it. So be it.
Have a blessed Lords Day.
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News Item4/5/15 3:24 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Unprofitable Servant, I found your comments interesting, but I don't agree entirely with everything you said. True many holy days were invented by the Romish Church, because, well, too many Christians were having a more interesting time with observing Jewish holidays. Now, there's nothing particularly wrong with noting some of the Jewish holidays. [URL=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_observances_of_Jewish_holidays]]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_observances_of_Jewish_holidays (Christian observances of Jewish holidays)[/URL]. I have also pointed out perhaps this is the third thread?

Colossians 2:16 Therefore let no one act as your judge in regard to food or drink or in respect to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath day-- ---[URL=http://www.lockman.org/nasb/nasbcmp.php]]]NASB[/URL]

While I find Jewish holidays interesting I don't observe them, well except in the years that Passover falls on good Friday, so one might say I give a nod to the the Passover Seder, but the above verse really applies to either observing or not observing holidays.

While holidays can give cohension and "fun" to religion, we really don't need the onerous load of saint days that the Romish Church does. Resurrection Sunday help Christians focus -- as long as bunnies,eggs are excl

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News Item4/5/15 3:04 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
First, to sister Dorcas, I did not in my post condemn the postulating of truth or the exposing of error. So, honestly if the shoe doesn't fit don't wear it.

To sister/brother s.c. looks like I hit a nerve. You like to be known as a purveyor of truth on this board so let me help you out. I said in the post to which you are responding and in a previous one that we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord daily, you will find me nowhere advocating a special day of observance for it. You will also search in vain for me posting in favor of so called holy days, extra Biblical ideas or vain traditions. You seem to have missed in my post where I stated that I was not endorsing the stuff the surrounds Easter and that it was great that error was exposed.

What I said was that not all share in the knowlege that was imparted. There are plenty of born again believers who don't come and benefit from the SA site. They got up to do one thing, honor their Lord and His resurrection. Take time to read my admonition, I did not say we hope they will stay blinded to the truth. These are our brothers and sisters in Christ they don't deserve our condemnation but our faithful prayers. We rejoice with them that He is risen, we pray they will come to the truth about Easter.

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News Item4/5/15 2:57 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
Dorcas,thank you,I appreciate your witness. You are one of those babes in Christ that grew in His grace and knowledge and now is instrumental at redirecting others who are under the grip of the RCC.
John Y, if the RCC had appointed this day to be "chr__mass",you would be celebrating it because Christ was incarnated in the Bible.
Mourner and ladybug,always well poised in your communications.God bless you,Mourner,today especially as one who has lost loved ones.
Hoping that my brothers and sisters in Christ are blessed in their communion with Him today and everyday.
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News Item4/5/15 12:58 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
here's a sad example of how the world does Easter - http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2015/04/04/chaos-at-sacramentos-world-record-egg-hunt-attempt/

This reminds me of Black Friday, you know, that 'holiday' that comes around Christmas....

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News Item4/5/15 11:39 AM
Mourner  Find all comments by Mourner
Since God alone knows the hearts of all men it is best not to presume that we have any idea of the motives of others. We barely understand our own.

The 9th Commandment comes to mind here and it helps me a great deal to consider its exposition by the ministry in The Westminster confessions Larger Catechism

Question 144: What are the duties required in the ninth commandment?

Answer: The duties required in the ninth commandment are, the preserving and promoting of truth between man and man, and the good name of our neighbor, as well as our own; appearing and standing for the truth; and from the heart, sincerely, freely, clearly, and fully, speaking the truth, and only the truth, in matters of judgment and justice, and in all other things: Whatsoever; a charitable esteem of our neighbors; loving, desiring, and rejoicing in their good name; sorrowing for, and covering of their infirmities; freely acknowledging of their gifts and graces, defending their innocency; a ready receiving of a good report, and unwillingness to admit of an evil report, concerning them; discouraging talebearers, flatterers, and slanderers; love and care of our own good name, and defending it when need requires; keeping of lawful promises; studying and practicing of: Whatsoever things are true, honest,

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News Item4/5/15 11:34 AM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
s c,
I agree with your response to Unprofitable.
His post lost credibility with me when he poorly chose to use the word sanctimonious.
I was pondering how to respond to it, you answered well. : thumbsup:
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News Item4/5/15 11:04 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
s c wrote:
Unprofitable, before you accuse others of "...(looking)down their sanctimonious noses,"
you may want to get off your high horse and consider that their motives may not be as you deem them.
Christians have no holy days and we ought not to mislead the world and those who might be born again even today into thinking that it's Biblical. You compromise truth when you follow along with extra Biblical ideas.
Again,observance on 1 day a year,automatically diminishes the importance on the other 364. You may think that you are honoring God in making a bigger to do over His Resurrection today but unless you make such a to do the rest of the year,you diminish it.
We should follow God's Word and not vain traditions.
His Word is sufficient!
And may babes in Christ benefit in learning of false doctrine/traditions and rituals (including those of the RC) as they grow in His Grace so they may become better witnesses to those who are caught up in counterfeit religions.
Nobody in their right mind cares for your nonsense. The celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus today on Resurrection Sunday is not pagan as the New Testament Gospels mention the Resurrection of Jesus.
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News Item4/5/15 10:58 AM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
Unprofitable, before you accuse others of "...(looking)down their sanctimonious noses,"
you may want to get off your high horse and consider that their motives may not be as you deem them.
Christians have no holy days and we ought not to mislead the world and those who might be born again even today into thinking that it's Biblical. You compromise truth when you follow along with extra Biblical ideas.
Again,observance on 1 day a year,automatically diminishes the importance on the other 364. You may think that you are honoring God in making a bigger to do over His Resurrection today but unless you make such a to do the rest of the year,you diminish it.
We should follow God's Word and not vain traditions.
His Word is sufficient!
And may babes in Christ benefit in learning of false doctrine/traditions and rituals (including those of the RC) as they grow in His Grace so they may become better witnesses to those who are caught up in counterfeit religions.
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News Item4/5/15 10:00 AM
Nosey | USA  Find all comments by Nosey
Its a yolk wrote:
Just ignore the crazy nutter.. Ladybug.
Giving up chocolate for lent has sent him over the top.
And a YOKE.
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News Item4/5/15 5:18 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
"At Liquid, one of our core values is that Church can be FUN. We hope families joining us for the Jersey Egg Hunt will have a chance to experience church in a refreshing way," said Tim Lucas, founding and lead pastor. ...

This is the heart of the problem, a misunderstanding of what "church" actually is.

Are we to get joy from "things" or "from the Lord"?

Romans 14:17 KJV For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.

When the "church" has got "righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost", these people that make up the "church" are capable of enduring the most intense sufferings and persecutions, even death for the Lord's sake. What makes the difference? It is the Holy Ghost who makes the difference.

But where does this "fun" thing come from? Oh, I should think it comes from the devil.

Did our Lord Jesus Christ consider it "fun" when he prayed in the garden a few hours before his crucifixion?

Did Steven consider it "fun" when he was pelted with rocks until he lost consciousness and died?

Did Paul consider it "fun" when the Jews gave him 39 lashes five times over?

There is a world of difference between "fun" and spiritual "joy".

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News Item4/5/15 1:23 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Today is the day called Easter. There will be hundreds if not thousands of brothers and sisters in Christ, the ones who will be with you in heaven, that are going to go to Easter Services (maybe even sunrise services because the Mary's went to the tomb at the dawn of the day) to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord. They know nothing of Ishtar and would be stunned if you advised them they were promoting Catholicism. They don't view themselves as worshippers of the sun but of the Son.(remember now I am only speaking of those who have been redeemed) Before you look down your sanctimonious nose at them, remember the Bible says what do you have that you have not received and if you have received it why do you glory as if you hadn't. In the same letter Paul reminds us that knowledge puffs up. This is not an endorsement of all the stuff that surrounds Easter, I have stated several times we celebrate the resurrection daily. This is an admonition to rejoice with those who rejoice and to humbly pray that God will open their eyes to the truths about which they are uninformed. It is great that error has been exposed in this thread, but let us not think that that knowledge makes us more spiritual or closer to God if it is not mixed with humility and compassion. (James 4:6)

thanks jpw

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News Item4/4/15 11:11 PM
pennnd  Find all comments by pennnd
for the brethren....

"When I Survey the Wondrous Cross" - Ortega

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tkx8WAycYAc

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