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No Nicolaitans

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  1. No Nicolaitans

    The Epistles of Peter & Jude compared.

    Sir, may I ask what your purpose is in bringing out this correlation?
  2. Well, to be honest, I had forgotten about him too. Then it popped into my mind the other day...
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    Farewell, friends

    I use ublock origin. I've tried several ad blockers, and it's the best (in my opinion). I never see ads on any site with it. How you get it depends on your web browser since browsers use different methods for installing add-ons. https://www.ublock.org/ If you're not sure how to install add-ons through your browser's native method, that site should help you get it installed on your browser.
  4. Well, September 21st came and went without the signing of the covenant by the 10 nations as foretold by Mr. Jordan. I hope this will be a lesson to him and anyone else who sets dates. No man knows.
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    Legalization of Marijuana

    Among professed "believers" that I'm familiar with, there is a general consensus that since marijuana is natural, then God created it; therefore, there's actually nothing wrong with it. Do people still not understand that after Adam sinned, it also affected what was grown from the ground? I would dare say that the effects of this so-called naturally growing plant are due to the results of sin rather than God's original creation. ...but that's me.
  6. 25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it; 26 That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word, 27 That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish. 28 So ought men to love their wives as their own bodies. He that loveth his wife loveth himself. When we married, my wife tried to change me, and I tried to change her. To make a long story short, the truth of those verses finally dawned on me. After I gave up my own desires and accepted her for who she was, life was much better. Take it as you will. 😉
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    A Father and Son Moment

    When my wife was pregnant with our son, she had to go to a specialist for "problem births". The reason being...her age. Every time we went...in the waiting room...every one of the "fathers" (who were there) had their heads buried in their phones while the "mothers" sat there with concern on their faces. I never saw one moment of conversation between any of them, nor did I see even one of the "fathers" offering comfort and/or support during their time in the waiting room...but at least they had their smart phone.
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    What would you do?

    I could be wrong, but I don't think the word "discretion" in that verse is referring specifically to a woman's clothing (or lack thereof). The word "discretion" as defined in the 1600s... From Robert Cawdrey's "A Table Alphabeticall"... https://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/iemls/work/etexts/caw1604w_removed.htm#d
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    Youstrianity

    Hmmm...I don't know. Kinda sounds like one'a them fancy Calvinistic terms. Nope...nevermind. You're good to go! If you had come up with suprayoustrianityism, then I would be concerned. :)
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    What would you do?

    Please forgive me for what I'm about to say... Folks here know my stance (I think). I see nothing wrong with women wearing pants...if they are modest. Same with dresses. Sometimes, I feel that I'm the only one who draws a parallel between modern-day IFB "rules and regulations" and the Pharisees who placed the emphasis on outward appearance. Whitewashed tombs? Clean the outside of the cup? Christ certainly wasn't in favor of those who "made proselytes". I've said it before. I'm saying it now...and I'll continue saying it... Allow the Holy Spirit to change a person as they grow in the knowledge and admonition of the Lord. When the change comes from him (and within), the change is real. When the change is forced by others...it's not real. It's done to please man. All of this emphasis on forcing a change on the outward appearance usurps what Christ is doing on the inside. Often more than not, it forces people to seek to please man...and often more than not, it leads to man-worship. I would much rather see a lady (who wears pants to church) yearning to know more of Christ...than to see a woman (who wears dresses only) that gives those who don't "measure up" looks of disgust and disdain, because they wear pants ...and the same for men. Preach standards...yes! However, don't force them on people. Allow the Holy Spirit to change them through the preaching of his word. Please?
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    Judas' Father

    I believe that his father was Simon.
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    The Ebonics Bible

    ...oh dear...so much for not letting corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth...
  13. Not to beat a dead horse now that Davidjayjordan has been banned, but I want to say one last thing... To Davidjayjordan (if you return here to see what has happened since you've been banned...and I know you will), You need to repent, Repent, REPENT!!! You didn't like my usage of the word "repent"; in fact, you asked me not to use that word. I wondered, "Why would someone who claims to be a believer be offended at the use of a biblical term?" Pride? Perhaps... So I asked if this was more palatable to you... ...which is what "repent" means when enacted. However, you didn't respond to that. I don't claim to be right all of the time. In fact, I'm always glad when I'm shown that I'm wrong about things. I will say this as humbly as I can... You need to take some time to figure out if you're wrong about many things concerning God's word. From what you have personally shared here (and on your website), I have VERY strong reservations about anything you have to say concerning God's word and its interpretation. When I see the things that you say...and the things that you believe...I fear for you. I admire your boldness, yet your boldness is misplaced. God doesn't speak to us audibly today (as you have asserted in your testimony). We live by faith...faith in his word...the written word of God...the Bible. If you are trusting in an experience or signs (audible voices), then your faith is in the wrong thing. Yes, I said "thing". (Romans 10:17) So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by...what? THE WORD OF GOD!!! Not voices. The written word of God is what gives us our faith...anything apart from that is false and to be shunned and avoided. I adjure you...look in retrospect at all that you have placed your faith in. Is it solely based on the written word of God?
  14. No Nicolaitans

    Is all of the BIble the Bible?

    Okay...just for further clarification. Here are the quotes showing that he was the first to say anything about mistranslations. Please notice the dates and times of each quote. Post 1: His original post about it. I have enlarged the font on the particular sections to make it easier to find. Post 2: My response to his assertions. This quote may not make sense, because it only quoted me and doesn't include what I quoted from him. Post 3: My post asking him how he could trust Revelation 11. This is the one that he claims was the first to mention mistranslations in God's word. How he got that, I don't know. Post 4: His "shock" that I said there are mistranslations in God's word. Also, I didn't take the time to find his other posts; in which, he again said that the portions of scripture stating that "no man knows" are mistranslated.
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    Is all of the BIble the Bible?

    Oh...so this is still the day of Pentecost? Please notice the verse that YOU quoted. It says "this"... ...and why did you stop at verse 18?
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