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    • How Donald Trump could become Speaker of the House
      By JustinM · Posted
      I like Trey Goudy, but as far as I know, he isn't being considered as a candidate for the speakership at this time.
    • Is it just me...
      By ladypeartree · Posted
      One will not agree to be any sort of vice ..... very naughty of you to suggest it !!!!!!   Logan is allowed to share last as he is a gentleman ..the rest of you need to go and learn to be such 
    • Derailing thread
      By *Zion* · Posted
    • To be a Christian
      By LogicallyNclinde · Posted
      My first post was about the rapture and I figured it would be a good starting point to see how many "Christians" were going to act in a Christian manner about the subject or get mad and say I am a unbeliever or call me an anti-Christ.  Well I had some Christians that acted in the way I would expect all Christians to act when confronted with a different point of view on a subject. But I also got some so called Christians who did the opposite.

      It's sad to see a self proclaimed "Christian" to not act like one when somebody does not agree with there beliefs. I was straightforward in what I was saying and in my comments to others. It was a discussion or you can call it a debate. One person even said I was being militant, and I have to say I laughed when I read that one because he didn't give his view on the discussion. 

      So here I am wondering how many people
      on the site say they are Christians but there actions and words say something else? That subject wasn't a salvation issue as one person commented on the post and that is the truth. I am not one to judge but the comments that I was getting on the post has me suspect about some people's meaning of what it is to be a Christian.

      I love my Lord Jesus and I try and walk the way he wants me to everyday. There is no anger in my life, I do not disown unbelievers but try and guide them in the right direction to salvation. I don't hate people with different views then my own or a different religion then my own. God says love thy neighbors and that doesn't mean literally, it means everyone. That is including homosexuals and even your enemies. Just because you don't like somebody's life style does not mean you have to hate them or call them names. A true Christian does not have hate in there heart.

      Jesus taught love and tolerance. So how can some, call there self Christian when they don't practice this in a simple post? If you can't act Christian like in a discussion online, I'm sure you don't live like a Christian in your daily lives.  There isn't a middle ground in being a Christian. You either are or your not. Even God says he would rather  you be hot or cold, beleive or not beleive.

      Revelation 3:16
      "So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth."

      May God open your minds and hearts.
      Peace be with you.

    • Jesus came to set the prisoners free
      By 7thseal · Posted
      All have sinned and will physically pass from this current body because of sin. But Jesus, who died aswell in His physical body for our sins overcame death and rose again in His glorified body which can no longer suffer death. He's offering everyone the same glorified body to live with him in his Kingdom forever. The wages of sin is death for our current bodies... even for Jesus when he came because He chose to take on our sins. But death has no effect on the glorified bodies. Hope this helps explain.
    • Do we belong in this world?
      By 7thseal · Posted
        No and Yes actually. We're born into it but in our sinful nature which is actually cursing this current world. God has offered a fix for our sinful nature and will later fix the curse on this world because of the results of our sinful nature. Those accepting the fix (Jesus Christ) for man's sinful nature will inherent the renewed world  for eternity. The kingdom of Jesus Christ will remain on this world forever, but he begins with the hearts of His creation through Jesus Christ.  
    • Rapture! False teaching.
      By Marilyn C · Posted
      Hi LogicallyNclinde, Now you said - `What better way to prove your faith in him then to lay down your life for his words. Wouldn't that be the ultimate test of your faith? Why would you even want to escape persecution when there will be so many lost souls you can bring into the armour of Jesus Christ in those days?` So....are you going over to Iraq & Syria to save people over there & lay down your life?   There was a young school girl among many others who was captured. She did not turn to Islam so they put her in a hole up to her neck & stoned her. (We know the Lord was with her) But alone, without family & friends she died. When her father heard he was so pleased that she never turned from the Lord. Many people today & through out history have been tortured, martyred for their belief in the Lord. Many lose family, friends, possessions, health etc. Many are showing what it is to trust God through cancer, & other difficulties. It is not some glory to lay down your life in the tribulation of God`s judgments upon the rebellious. It gives God glory when we are obedient to what He says... `...though I give my body to be burned, but have not love, it profits me nothing..` (1 Cor. 13: 3) The trying of our faith is in the everyday life, our attitudes, our actions.....Belief in the Lord ALWAYS cost us something.   Marilyn.          
    • Rapture! False teaching.
      By LogicallyNclinde · Posted
    • Rapture! False teaching.
      By Marilyn C · Posted
      Hi MorningGlory, Yes, not a salvation issue, but a faith issue in what God has said. Looking for His coming... (the big `when` & thus `why`) for the Body of Christ is paramount to hearing it in your spirit & being caught up. Blessings, Marilyn.
    • Did God Commission Solomon to Build the Temple?
      By Esther4:14 · Posted
      I agree with you.  Scripture clearly shows that God conceded to build the temple according to the desire that David had to build Him a temple when he became king.   "Then David said to Nathan the prophet, “Look, I am living in a palace made of cedar wood, but the Ark of God is in a tent!” 3 Nathan said to the king, “Go and do what you really want to do, because the Lord is with you.” (2 Samuel 7:2-3).  I think this was somewhat admirable of him to want to use his resources for the Lord as opposed to other ways he could have spent his fortunes.  Nonetheless, the Lord's agreement to have a temple built at the request of the man after His own heart (1 Samuel 13:14) could not be considered His own command to serve any other purpose than to show favor towards David at the time that the temple was built.   He did not consider David capable of building a temple because he has shed much blood, but He promised him that this would be accomplished through his son Solomon (1 Chronicles 22:9).   Therefore, it is clear that He did not command a temple to built, but conceded to give this opportunity to a man who became a camel trying to get through the eye of a needle overnight (Mark 10:25).   I think you make a good point here.    
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