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    • I have a problem with my thoughts well ahead of the ability for my old stiff fingers to write those thoughts down.  I meant to say, there are no GENERAL resurrections until the seven year tribulation has ended, as recorded in Rev.19:11-21.   Quasar93
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    • Hi all, "The Defense of Calvinism"  a sermon by Charles Spurgeon  contains this  excerpt (It is my story too- for I actively rejected the call of the Holy spirit well into mature adulthood: ..." I remember the manner in which I learned the doctrines of grace in a single instant. Born, as all of us are by nature, an Arminian, I still believed the old things I had heard continually from the pulpit, and did not see the grace of God. When I was coming to Christ, I thought I was doing it all myself, and though I sought the Lord earnestly, I had no idea the Lord was seeking me. I do not think the young convert is at first aware of this. I can recall the very day and hour when first I received those truths in my own soul—when they were, as John Bunyan says, burnt into my heart as with a hot iron, and I can recollect how I felt that I had grown on a sudden from a babe into a man—that I had made progress in Scriptural knowledge, through having found, once for all, the clue to the truth of God. One week-night, when I was sitting in the house of God, I was not thinking much about the preacher's sermon, for I did not believe it. The thought struck me, How did you come to be a Christian? I sought the Lord. But how did you come to seek the Lord? The truth flashed across my mind in a moment—I should not have sought Him unless there had been some previous influence in my mind to make me seek Him. I prayed, thought I, but then I asked myself, How came I to pray? I was induced to pray by reading the Scriptures. How came I to read the Scriptures? I did read them, but what led me to do so? Then, in a moment, I saw that God was at the bottom of it all, and that He was the Author of my faith, and so the whole doctrine of grace opened up to me, and from that doctrine I have not departed to this day, and I desire to make this my constant confession, "I ascribe my change wholly to God."   When I ( Neighbor) was turned about it was in a personally dramatic fashion, one that made me very aware of what I was up against.  My freewill was exercised while I was under the demand that I choose now, no more lifelong debate. Now or done. Given that I did say aloud, "If that is true I want it!" to no one present, for I was alone except for the presence of God the Holy Spirit.  Being in the presence of God (The Holy Spirit is God) makes one particularly humble and submissive, and if one is sane  I suspect they no longer deny God. To exercise my freewill to deny the call of the Holy Spirit would have required that I be insane. Perhaps I had the freewill to do so, but really.... how could I? I instantly was born again. Didn't know doctrine one. Didn't know Calvin,  from any other cat. I knew an instant change within me, and  received a personal reminder gift. I had been a very heavy smoker, some five and a half packs a day. And yet I was no longer a smoker, I couldn't even be around tobacco. I had no cough, no withdrawals, nothing. It was personal, has nothing to do with whether one is Christian or not, but it is the daily reminder to me, and has been for some 37 years now. Over the years I have found myself living the very facets of faith of Jesus that Jacob Arminius objected to in his revolt of 1560 against the church expressed at the Synod of Dort, and have moved ever more closely to  what Calvin embraced and later Charles Spurgeon preached with mighty power. Knowing  nothing of any controversy-  I was fully saved, even while not even knowing the deep meaning of the term itself. Certainly before having a clue about what brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus debate ad nauseum, I was saved by God's specific call to me personally to repent, to turn about abruptly, to embrace the gift of eternal life the redemption paid by Jesus- all the things I did not even know at the time. Yes I am a Calvinist I suppose, but what I really am is a soldier of my Lord Jesus, serving at the post where I have been placed. I do my duty as a bond-servant. I really have no other sane choice. And I love that my God first called me, even when I had no perceived need, no appreciation of him, no want of Him whatsoever, and  while I had thought I had insulated myself from any appeal from any witness giving testimony of Him.    At this point in my journey as a bond-servant I find that  God is sovereign, sovereign over all nations, all kings, all persons, all things.  He has told the saints in Christ Jesus to go into all the world to share of Jesus' gospel so that many may be presented  mature in the faith of Jesus. It is in Him alone via His grace and mercy alone that the elect are saved, and He does not lose a one that  His Father has granted Him. And not by the works of any man are any saved.  All that said I embrace my brothers and sisters in Christ, no matter their understanding, or their support  of any doctrines, of any group, denomination, or persuasion,  or academia presentation, as long as they love our Lord Jesus and proclaim Him as Lord God and savior. For then  we have solid common ground under us.   Praise Jesus  
    • Yes, the seven year tribulation will be a nightmare.
    • That does not automatically translate into "superstitious".  Bible Christianity is supernatural but paganism is superstitious.
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      I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life. 

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    • Remnantrob

      The soldiers of Alexander were reckoned invincible. Why? Was it because they were naturally stronger and more courageous than all their enemies? No, but because they were led by Alexander. Their strength was in his leadership. Under another leader they would often have been defeated. When the Union army was fleeing panic- stricken before the enemy at Winchester, the presence of Sheridan turned their defeat into victory. Without him the men were a quaking mob. With him at their head they were an invincible army. If you had listened to the remarks after the battle of the soldiers who served under those and similar leaders, you would have heard the praises of their general mingled with all their rejoicing. They were strong because he was; they were inspired by the same spirit that he had. Well, our Captain is the Lord of hosts. He has met the chiefest foe of all and has vanquished him single-handed. Those who follow Him invariably go forth conquering and to conquer. Oh, that those who profess to be His followers would put their trust in Him and then, by the repeated victories that they would gain, they would show forth the praises of Him who has called them out of darkness into His marvelous light. John says that he that is born of God overcomes the world, through faith. Faith lays hold of the arm of God and His mighty power does the work. How the power of God can work in a man, accomplishing that which he could not possibly do for himself, no one can tell. It would be as easy to tell how God can give life to the dead Lessons on Faith.  E.J. Waggoner
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      John 13:33-35
       
      33 Little children, yet a little while I am with you. Ye shall seek me: and as I said unto the Jews, Whither I go, ye cannot come; so now I say to you.
      34 A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.
      35 By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.

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    • Abby-Joy

      1 John 4:7-11
      7 Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God.
      8 He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.
      9 In this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through him.
      10 Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins.
      11 Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another.

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