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    • who is God?
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    • We talked about gaming how it is popular , what about watching T.V .?
      This is a personal thing like eating food sacrificed to idols or observing feasts and days.  People must listen to the conviction and guidance of the Holy Spirit.   I turned off soap operas 40 years ago when I found myself praying for the characters being portrayed.  It suddenly occurred to me that real people needed my prayers, not fictional ones.  So I rarely find much worth watching anymore.  I still like Duck Dynasty, some shows on the weather station and old movies from before the 60s.  Our son who majored in criminal justice always teases me because I also watch "Murder She Wrote".  And I love to watch NRL rugby. Sometimes I watch horse racing just because they are beautiful to watch.  We never even think of gambling or get too attached to a team so that we take it all too seriously.  Hubby watches Fox News but I end up getting too upset.  News can be just another form of gossip and doesn't often fulfill the "whatsoevers" of Philippeans 4:8 that we are supposed to meditate on to find God's peace..  But we are retired so we have plenty of time to devote to God and rarely turn on the TV before 5 PM.   I also remember the legalistic preachers who condemned healthy family games involving cards or dice, square dancing or going to movies.  Most of these people were very self righteous and condemning of others over the list of don'ts, but were filled with spiritual pride and needed to get the planks out of their own eyes.  I grieve for them because most were miserable.  I once had a pastor condemn me for partaking of wine in the Lord's Supper, and another for listening to Tchaikovsky because it was secular music.   Personal holiness involves the heart.  It involves compassion, tender mercies, forgiveness, kindness, humility, meekness, longsuffering and Godly love.  But those who have a weakness in an area such as lust should by all means avoid adding to the problem with TV, internet or magazines.  And those who have a problem with filthy language should avoid programs and best friends who use these things.  Alcoholics should avoid bars and people and situations where drinking occurs.  When we are working in the world we cannot avoid these entirely, but when we have a choice we can choose to avoid the areas in which we have a weakness.
    • fulfilled feasts
      William, they THREW the goat off the cliff.  It didn't just die "naturally."  And it did not "remain" alive in the wilderness.  It was thrown off the cliff to cause it to become so injured, it would die.  It was watched and when it died, the High Priest was told.   The scapegoat was to make atonement. Satan does not make atonement. And you're right, it is blasphemous to teach that satan makes atonement, and it is heresy to say Jesus is satan,  but that is what your position ends up doing.      
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