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No Nicolaitans

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  1. First, let me apologize for lying. I said that I was done here; however, I believe that it's more important to respond... Next, in response to what Bro. Scott said in the following... ...that is not why I'm leaving. I just chose this issue to make my final statement. Several things have gone on here over the years that have burdened my heart. For example, when I saw how totoosart (spelling ?) was attacked (when the attackers didn't take him nor his situation into account) rather than trying to help him or teach him...it literally broke my heart. Robycop has be
  2. Nevermind. I'll let you and everyone off the hook. Don't worry about answering. We IFBs claim we only stick to God's word...and we do...until our man-made doctrines take priority over what God's word actually teaches and says. Have any of us actually studied the tithe, or have we just been satisfied to accept what we've been told? That sounds good, but it's not biblical concerning the tithe whatsoever. I'm sorry, but don't we want the truth of God's word instead of what we "consider"? Here's a question for everyone... Which takes priority...tithing or pro
  3. First, I respect you deeply...I want you to know that. Secondly, God never put any stipulations nor commands regarding the air we breath that I'm aware of. Thirdly, since you responded after my post, would you be willing to answer the following questions that I posed? I'm not trying to stir up any controversy. I just want answers. I've been on both sides in my life as a believer...to tithe or not tithe (but give).
  4. With all due respect, that's not tithing. That's giving. ...which New Testament Christians are supposed to do.
  5. In other words, you're avoiding actually answering... That's fine. Carry on.
  6. Can anyone show from God's word where New Testament Christians are asked or commanded to tithe from their income? Can anyone show from God's word where God changed the who, what, where, why, and when of his description of the tithe.... 1. Who was to tithe? 2. What was to be tithed? 3. Where was the tithe taken? 4. Why they should tithe? 5. When were they to tithe? Each of these have been changed by someone, but it wasn't God who changed it.
  7. Seriously? Okay. Then I'll answer your one post with one answer... Why are you quoting non-prophetic verses, when (in your opinion) non-prophetic verses are not from God...and why do you trust prophetic verses when they were written down by the same men whom you claim made mistakes?
  8. No, it doesn't. No, there's not. That's not what that verse says. So...only the prophetic verses are from God? ...but weren't they also written down by the men whom you said made mistakes? No, it's not just the prophetic meaning. No, the Author uses his word to convey his word. Please use this in your own life. Wait... ...wasn't that also written by men who made mistakes? Wait...that's not prophetic either. Oh dear... ...and don't respond to this please. I've never seen such foolishness.
  9. There are more than two identifiers...
  10. Gal 1:6-9 KJV 6 I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ unto another gospel: 7 Which is not another; but there be some that trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ. 8 But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. 9 As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed. Sounds to me as though the gospel is kind of important and more than worthy to separate over.
  11. 1Ti 1:15 This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners; of whom I am chief. Sounds like true salvation (and the means thereof) is somewhat important...almost as though it's the whole reason for everything.
  12. Hi, and welcome to Online Baptist. Thank you for your stand upon the KJB. If I may, I would like to humbly ask for clarification on your beliefs. After looking at your profile, you state that you are..."Old Line Sovereign Grace Primitive Baptist". I have an understanding of what I know both "sovereign grace" and "Primitive Baptist" mean, but would you mind clarifying what those terms mean to you in relation to salvation? I would appreciate your answers so that I will better understand... 1. If I am correct in my understanding. 2. To let others here know your beliefs. R
  13. WWMS, I sincerely apologize for my part in this; please forgive me. I pray that the Lord will give you wisdom and understanding in how to handle your current situation.
  14. I never claimed to be one; however, my English Literature professor often used my papers as examples for the other students. Now... Which word is correctly interpreted?
  15. So... Which one is interpreted correctly? So... You're basically saying that God... ...who puts more importance on his word than his very name...and warns against adding to or taking away from his word... ...doesn't mind if his word is different in different versions. Why are you here?
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