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    • The beast that goes into Perdition
      Thank you Thallasa - I did not expect anyone to say anything like that.  I am truly happy it was helpful to you.
    • Short Post
      choice and election stand together in Biblical format and standing on one more than another will
      make your theology skewed... there exist a logical tension where no man has had any answers to
      date that I am aware of!  Love, Steven
    • What Obama really said at the Mosque in Maryland
      I think what shocks me Ezra and old school is  that a lot of the church and I mean the body of Christ voted for him knowing where he stood on abortion and gay marriage.  Even after the first term knowing what a liar he was they still voted for him.  I don't understand it.  I can't and won't vote for anyone who stand behind these two issues.  If the continually like as he has why would even those who are not believers vote for him again.  I remember when Clinton was in office.  Someone asked a woman why she voted for him, her answer, " Because he's hot!"   I look at my husband and apologized on behalf of every woman on the planet.   On Obama's first run for the White House I voted for a man named Alan Keys.  He too is a black man, one who is a firm believer in Jesus, and follows the Lord to the letter.  His only problem he didn't have the money and was to honest.  He was outspoken about his faith and I loved that.   We have a Muslim, and Muslin loving person in the White House who has taken the laws of this land into his own hands.  We can only pray for the day he leaves and hope that this country is not in complete tatters when he does leave, then pray for someone who will follow the laws and loves Jesus.
    • fulfilled feasts
      In Judaism today, it is not called sects. It is called branches of Judaism. The only group which refers to the place for 'services' as Temple is Reform Judaism. The post destruction of the Temple time period is an entirely different issue. But, the main function in the Temple was sacrifices, and there are no sacrifices in synagogues. In Synagogues, are prayers, reading from the scriptures, and a short teaching on the scriptures. There is also different classes for youth and adults. Weddings, and Bar Mitzvahs take place in the synagogue. There is nothing uniquely taken from the Temple. Judaism is different then Christianity, and the services are different also. First of all, some Christian churches teach that it is a sin to fail to attend services which are considered gathering. In Judaism, it is not a sin to miss services or not attend services. It is considered a good deed to attend services. In Orthodox synagogues/shuls, the 'sanctuary' is open long hours, and people will come at varying times. The standard prayers can and are said independently. Enter into a shul, and you will find men all praying, and at differing places of the prayer as they started at a different time. When the prayers are done, men leave the 'sanctuary' and go out into other areas to chat/visit with each other. At a certain time, the Cantor will lead those who want a leader to say the prayers, and if it is a day for the Torah reading, most people will return for the Torah reading.  Because the prayers can be done individually, many will do the prayers at home. 
    • The beast that goes into Perdition
      "Even a SECULAR ENGLISH TEACHER - twisting of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE."     This is your FIRST mistake.   The scriptures were not written in English.   They were written in Hebrew and Greek.   Hebrew and Greek are in a completely different Language Family than English.   As such it is impossible to carry every sense of many words from Hebrew and Greek over into English.   I am using English translations because that is what we read, BUT I do not limit my understanding to what the ENGLISH translations say.  I look at what it means in the Hebrew or Greek, what idioms they used, figures of speech, etc.   You have wrongly limited yourself to the English language.
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