Teditis

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  10. I agree with the notion that many Christians (especially on forums) think that it's an imperative to police other Christians. When asked they'll say something like Paul and Jesus rebuked others... Like they're at that level of Christian maturity! Ha. Most are actually too immature spiritually and rather inept socially to raise a legitimate argument about anything. "You hypocrite, first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother’s eye". People should truly take this Scripture to heart and allow it to be a significant rule-of-thumb for them to live by in all matters pertaining to something that they disagree about... they should really be staying out of things and remain quiet whenever their thoughts lean towards wanting to correct an error in someone else or to defend the Scriptures. Love is supposed to be the Way of a Christian... we should set examples to the world over for how generous and understanding Christians can be in conversations.. but unfortunately, it seems that Christians are seen as just the opposite... why is that?
  11. Actually, Yowm the OP makes no such mention on this thread being centered around worship, perhaps you should re-read it. Also, Paul seems to say that Love is the greatest of the gifts of the Holy Spirit and that's repeated in other Scripture. So your rebut to my post seems to not be in accordance with fair conversation and somewhat contrived. You're making stuff up as you go along. Regardless, how people are to worship isn't nailed down in Scripture and therefore does not exclude how we are to breathe, lol. Trying to force sole scriptura as the only place we get method of practice doesn't seem to apply either. Many legalists try to do this and say that if it isn't directly in Scripture, it's forbidden... but I don't hold to that man-made nonsense. As John wrote: John 21:25 25Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written. I've provided Scripture that shows there's freedom in Christ and how we go about worshipping Him. You've yet to provide any Scripture that supports the notion that God looks on this practice as displeasing
  12. I agree with Aristotle, this whole mindset of abstaining from practices not specifically listed in the Bible is a form of foolishness, naivety. and legalism (bound to men's rules, not God's). It's trying to find Satan under every rock out there. Breathing and learning breathing techniques is not relegated to Eastern Religions or New-Age as some have said, there's been some serious medical research into the subject and it's been proven to be most beneficial in several areas. I find it absurd to be quibbling about such things... just let ppl worship God the way they see fit. [Luk 9:49-50 KJV] 49 And John answered and said, Master, we saw one casting out devils in thy name; and we forbad him, because he followeth not with us. 50 And Jesus said unto him, Forbid [him] not: for he that is not against us is for us.
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