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Doc Flay

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  1. 2 Chronicles 7:14.... “IF” my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” i love this verse thanks for the reminder.
  2. Your podcast leaves no room for doubt, and all of the scripture references are upbeat and positive; although the old nature wants to not believe and doubt salvation. In this case can a person be save and still have moments of doubt? For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other: so that ye cannot do the things that ye would. Gal.5:17
  3. Psalm 29:2, “Give unto the LORD the glory due unto his name; worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness.”
  4. no other name! Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved. Acts 4:12
  5. as a scientist do you ever use scripture to prove any point of argument and if so what would you use.
  6. I was talking to a co-worker a few years back, who was a free mason; and we got on the subject of the mark of the beast, and he said he believes that the mark instead of being physical was more or less metaphoric; in that it is the thought of the mind and deeds of the hands. I thought his idea was interesting but not sound doctrine.
  7. Good sermon and an excellent lesson in sound doctrine. It is sad that liberal thinking is so easily acceptable and comfortable to receive and live by. Its no wonder that some churches fall so easily and the congregation is made weak. Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted. Gal.6:1 Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ: Eph. 4:13
  8. a bit of insensitive humor here on my part, but may be you could get a spare choir robe, hand it to her, and ask her to join the choir.
  9. It is just as Paul, whose heart went out to his brethren still under the law, the Catholic clings to his teachings rather than the truth of the Gospel. All of my family are under the bondage of these false doctrines and refuse to veer clear of them. They say they don't know if they are going to heaven or hell when they die; they say I hope that my good works out weigh the bad, but when given the gospel again, they say I was baptized a Catholic as a baby and that should be good enough. Satan has certainly capture them at his own will.
  10. I grew up in the Catholic religion, and I asked someone what there religion was and they said Christian and my response was "oh, that's all religions combined, right? When presented with the invitation at a baptist church that I was invited to, my response was, oh I don't need to do that, my thinking was receiving a wafer and not Christ himself. Perhaps, the Catholic parishioners are ignorant of the truth. I certainty was . A couple of years ago I reach out to a catholic in my family with the Gospel and his response to the notion of being born again was, my priest says that's a protestant doct
  11. What would be a indication of a false teacher, and or, how could I identify his or her, false doctrine.
  12. I personally believe that every word from the word In Gen.1:1, to amen Rev.22:21 is the Word of God! It has proven itself time and time again! I have no need to look for another. Matt.11:3
  13. I am so happy to be back with On Line Baptist, and thank you BroMatt for sending me an e-mail!

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      Doc Flay

      thank you and its good to be back!

       

  14. This kind of makes me think, and feel guilty, and it rings true and hits hard. It may be a good self examination before I ask for revival in my prayer time. Thanks for this post!
  15. ...only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way. 2Thess.2:7b I took this verse of scripture out of context on purpose in order to examine it, and to get a better understand who this verse is speaking of. The entire chapter seems to be focused mainly on events surrounding the anti-Christ: But this verse seems to be speaking of someone else altogether. "he who now letteth" doesn't seem to be the anti-Christ at all, but someone entirely different, because the next verse says "then shall that wicked be revealed" My conclusion in v.7 is that the one "who now letteth" is
  16. I agree, perhaps these sights and signs will be something that has never been seen or heard of before. It is fearful and great and coming from Heaven of which is said "the eye hath not seen nor the ear heard, neither hath it entered into the heart of man, the things that God has prepared for them that love him.
  17. Thank you John, that is a perfect balance to the controversy. I believe a lot of good can come out of Christmas' traditional activities. All the charities benefit at this time and I am not too sure but I think even our economy is valuated somewhat through the spending for Christmas gifts.
  18. Quite the contrary John, I think it's right on topic and may even prove somewhat of my argument for celebrating Christmas. I have been a fundamentalist ever since may of 1976; and I have never come across this controversy before. In the seventies at Christmas time all anyone was worried about was to much of the world in Christmas and not enough Christ, or being to much about the getting rather than the giving. When I first became a Christian there was no talk about a deception in Christmas or any connection with Baal. This is all relatively new to me even though I have heard it before it seams
  19. Neither is any apology necessary on your, I haven't taken any offence, I also find these discussions helpful and informative. Also I find your giving of the history of Santa Clause very interesting, it reminds of my first visit to Santa Clause when I was five. My conclusion of the whole experience was that he was just a man dress in a costume and playing a part like in a play or a story book. I understood at that age that the whole thing was only make-believe and not real. So to me it was just for fun and entertainment. I would like to continue in these discussions and perhaps learn s
  20. Doctrinally speaking it is understood especially in fundamental circles that offence or causing offence is prohibited. I feel that my way of looking at the subject as to whether or not that it is proper or improper to celebrate Christmas and my making light of your oppinion has become offensive, and for this please accept my apology, and forgive me this sin. I should be very careful and sensitive in addressing this matter in light of my ignorance of the history of Christmas. My daughters do not celebrate or observe Christmas for the very same reasons as have been posted here on this thread.
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    Psalm 19:1 Integrity

    very nice and inspiration, nothing is better that the old hymns of the faith! thank you
  22. Very good response, although I am not convinced of sin in the Observance of Christmas as it is. The sin of idolatry is what I am having a problem with in connection to general Christmas celebration today. I never think about Baal when I am singing "silent night".
  23. With all that said and done, I am going to give my Christmas tree a big hug, yes I am keeping it and no you have not convinced me of any wrong of holding to the traditions of Christmas that I have received from childhood! Merry Christmas!
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