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irishman

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  1. I would lkke to thank all who have prayed for me for a liver transplant. The Lord miraculously provide a liver for me, and I am doing well. I am out of the woods yet, completely, and now have a limited lifestyle, but thank God, I am still kicking!
  2. to everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven. A time ti be born, and a time to die;...

  3. I feel the same way Jerry does, and refuse to post anymore here, although I do the "what's on your mind" thing. (I guess I just did post!!)
  4. praise the Lord.

    1. EKSmith

      EKSmith

      Yes Praise Him for He is the Great and wonderful father whom loves us' Praise the Lord

  5. circumcision was for the O.T; Tattoo's were forbidden in the O.T., so why do we deny tihing which also began in the O.T.?

    1. John81

      John81

      Circumcision and tithing were both OT commands for the Jews. Neither were carried over into the NT for Christians.

    2. ASongOfDegrees

      ASongOfDegrees

      Tithing was practiced before the law by the "father of us all".

    3. John81

      John81

      That doesn't matter as far as commands for NT Christians go. NT Christians are commanded to give without compulsion. We are told to give cheerfully and abundantly. The NT examples shows Christians giving sacrificially.

  6. He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack hand: but the hand of the diligent maketh rich. Prov. 10:4

  7. A smile is the same in any language

  8. unbelief is not taking the Bible for what is says

    1. The Glory Land

      The Glory Land

      I believe, I believe, Lord help me with my unbelieveth.

  9. Now consider this ye that forget God, lest I tear you in pieces, and there be none to deliver. (Psa. 50:22 from memory, so may not be exact quote.

  10. Imust be color blind, but I see people as people, and all need the same Savior. With that said, I don't know any more than anyone else whether the races originated at Babel, but it sounds reasonable to me. The Bible makes it clear that God confounded the languages to separate them (so much for unions!) but it would take years for them to discover who spoke one language or another with so many people obviously present. The color and facial features would make it much easier to identify with those of like tongue. Just my thoughts on the matter. (I may not be available for replies, so have
  11. A womans long hair shows submission. Those women with short hair usually are the diminant one's in a marriage, or at least in thier own little group. Long hair on men is defined as Absolom was mentionrd to have, and he too was rebellious. Something to be said for the hairstyles.
  12. I would like to thank Bro. Matt for making this forum, I know it must have been a pain at times. I will be leaving because of my health, my MELD score went to 16, (15 puts me on the transplant list), and I have to be available 24/7 for calls. That means my internet has to go (dial-up) unless we decide to get high speed, which isn't likely. Anyway, I apologize to anyone that I may have offended, and I do pray for everyone on the forum. It was never my intention at first to offend anyone, but I did get in the flesh a few times. Again, thank you Bro. Matt, you have been a blessing to
  13. irishman

    The Tithe

    The Tithe (13 references in the Bible) Gen 14:18 And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. Gen 14:19 And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: Gen 14:20 And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he gave him tithes of all. I suppose, when it comes to discussing the tithe, that we must start at the beginning. In Gen 14, we see two things that should be of interest to us: 1. That Melchizedek initiated the “bread and
  14. lefton, search out the principles of the tithe, and not necessarily the word tithe. One man has been feeding you with his opinion on tithing--he definitely has a hang up on that doctrine. Don't allow yourself to be influenced by any of us, but let the Holy Spirit teach you what is truth, that's His job anyway. The Old Testament was an entirely different culture, but it is a "shadow (as explained in Col 2:17 and Heb. 10:1) There are other things that are obviously "shadows" of the New Testament (Tabernacle, Temple=church; storehouse=church, etc.) Please consider that though men change and
  15. Ukelelemike I do not agree. For one thing why change the KJB? Is it really the "thee's and thous" that bother people? no, it's the "thou shalt nots". Secondly, what right does man have to tamper with the Word after the men of old were inspired by God Himself? Even if the words have changed down through the years, who changed the language? Man did, not God. Does He have to keep up with mans idiosyncrasies? Cultures have changed to, but many are outlined in the Bible as a "shadow of things to come", yet the Word of God stands supreme for every generation, and every people throughout t
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