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  1. No, because in over 35 year not one prayer has ever changed a thing nor been answered in the affirmative;    II Corinthians 1:20

    1. PastorMatt

      PastorMatt

      I hear ya, but I'm curious as to what promises did God give you that He did not provide?

  2. Thanks for the kind replies. No need anymore, as I am sure it won’t do any good. My pray life is making me, an atheist.
  3. In latter half of Romans 5, we read where the Grace of Christ abounds when the offense of sin comes against us. I find myself in so much need of that Grace but it seems that somehow my sins happen to be to much for Christ Grace! If someone were to tell me this, I would say this isn’t possible, but when my prayers seem to go uncared for; my faith seems to be tested beyond measure. What can I do when the Grace of Christ seems to be absence? For without God forgiving my sins thru the Son or me standing in Christ’s righteousness why pray?
  4. Been looking for full time work for nearly 2 months. Thought I found it twice just to get laid off both times. Please pray for me in Jesus Grace I might find work. Beginning to think I will never find a job again.
  5. While i am by no means a KJVO, I will have to disagree with your view that the KJV is not the perfect Word of God. I find it rather hard to see any modern translations from the Westcott and Hort family being anything but corrupt with their dealing of the Word of God, II Corinthians 2:17. You stated that no one believed in the KJVO position before Wilkinson which I believe to be true. But at least two men believed in the superiority of the Textus Receptus to the Westcott-Hort Revised Text. John Burgon who wrote a great defense for Mark16:9-20 and Herman Huskier. This in the early days of the Revised Version. If you wish you can call me a TRO. But while I could never advise anyone to read from Nestle-Åland Texts, if one prefers strongly to read an NIV or NAS I wouldn’t argue with them. One things I do agree with KJVO on, is God did preserve His Word for all. And while many KJVO will disagree with me here but I see the Geneva Bible, NKJV, Jubilee Bible just to mention a few to also be the complete perfect Word as they have TR connection. I admire greatly KJVO because they dare to take God at His Word in that He would preserve it for us, Psalms 12:6-7; Matthew 24:35. When I see comments like those modern translations make about passages like Mark 16:9-20; and John 7:53-8:11; I John 5:7 it makes think of this statement of the devil; “Yea, hath God said.” Genesis 3:1. Not to mention with John 7:53-8:11 pretty sure it was fulfilling Jeremiah 17:13. At very least the KJVO can rest in the fact that they drink, because of their desire the sincere milk of the Word, I Peter 2:2.
  6. 24). Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith. 25) But after that faith is come, we are no longer under a schoolmaster. 26) For ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus. Galatians 3:24-26 So this makes it clear we are saved by faith in Jesus Christ
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