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P_Bear141 last won the day on September 11 2012

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  1. Hi all! I used to come around here more, but it's been a while. I have a question about head coverings. I've done ALOT of reading online about it and I've been praying and reading scripture, but I still have some questions. Anyway, here it goes: 1. I find that in 1 Cor 11:15 that it says a woman’s hair is given to her as a covering, but I’m confused about why it says then that she should cover her hair when praying... as if I could uncover it when I wasn't praying? My hair doesn't come off! Also, the same with the men. It says NOT to cover when praying, as if he could be covered at any
  2. I completely understand! T&P for you as you figure this all out!
  3. I know this isn't the same as you, but I was widowed at the ripe old age of 22. I was going to church (IFB) but my husband was mormon and rarely attended any services. I, myself, felt "incomplete" as you mentioned before. However, after making many friendships and getting involved, I started to feel more like I was at home. Then a friend pointed out the verse "He shall feed his flock like a shepherd: he shall gather the lambs with his arm, and carry them in his bosom, and shall gently lead those that are with young. (Isaiah 40:11)" and to me, this helped me to realize that the Lord loves e
  4. I would have to agree that it doesn't say anywhere that you have to "join" a church. imo, where it says that souls were "added", I believe that means that they were saved. Also, as far the comment "That's liberal thinking", it cracks me up because there seem to be alot of people on this site who are so worried about being liberal that they are very much legalistic. What happened to grace??
  5. btw, what is your reason for NOT being a member as a divorced person?
  6. Well first of all, I'm not sure what "office" you would want to hold. But at my church we have women sunday school teachers who are divorced. Personally, I don't see an issue with it. Maybe someone else will have a different opinion.
  7. At my church, we have alot of people that are divorced. God may hate divorce, but He still loves the divorced person. IMO, you have the right to come to church and worship just like anyone else.
  8. Thanks for everyone's help! After thinking about it more, I guess I just need one that better explains out-dated words. I don't necessarily need a commentary on the verses, as much as I would like a built in dictionary!! I don't know if one even exists...
  9. Hello. I'm not sure if this is a good place for this post to go, but I don't have access to the KJV thread... Anyway, I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good Study Bible? The few that I have looked into have some questionable helps in them. I know that of course they are just "man's opinion" but are there any that are better than others????
  10. What's funny to me is that any one of the male politicians could have talked about their own body parts without anyone blinking an eye...
  11. Thank you! I'm also excited because he's in daycare (a Christian one) and when he goes into the 1-year-old class, they begin doing Bible lessons for 20 minutes a day. I'm anxious to see what he learns in school! Right now he's in the infant room and they plan nursery rhymes and christian music throughout the day. I really love it there :)
  12. Hello. I'm a first time mom and I have an 11-month old son. I want to start him early with Bible reading, but I don't know when to begin. I don't think that he will be able to understand (or even focus his attention) for long enough to read anything to him. We have a few books that have Bible stories in them... should I just start there? I have a friend who actually plays an audio Bible for their children while they are sleeping, but I'm not sure how effective that actually is. Does anyone have any suggestions on this?
  13. I'm not sure... I think that if I were the one who was raped (or my daughter) that I would like to be able to go to trial, regardless if there were any witnesses. However, I do agree that there should be some type of evidence or something.
  14. Just a question... where in Ephesians1:3-7 does it say that "God chose to set His love on some sinners and save them through Jesus"? My Bible says "us", not some - Meaning that he made a way for "us" (me, you and everyone) to be saved through Christ.
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