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  1. I can't personally speak for anyone else on this topic but, I know exactly what you mean and it happens to me now and again. Out of the blue memories will return of things I did bad [sin's] I did long ago and feel guilty and ashamed. I had confessed those sins in prayer and asked forgiveness previously. I know I am forgiven of those sins and they will be remembered no more by the Lord; those confessed sins are separated from me as far as the East is from the West, and covered by the blood of the Lamb. Yet Satan and his minions will keep throwing those back into your face [spiritual warfare] and accuse you, and try to make your life miserable and for you to doubt, stumble and fall. Many, most or all of us struggle in the flesh with the exact things you are bringing up. The Devil works hard trying to separate us from walking in the foot steps of Christ, living a righteous life and following Christ. The dark side knows our weaknesses and vulnerabilities better than we do. That's why it's imperative to put on the 'whole' armor of God: Ephesians 6:13 (KJV) Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Notice we stand and resist, using the tools available to each of us the Lord has given. I have to personally admit in my own life, I have failed at times to put on the armor of God and paid the price for not doing so.
  2. When pondering Bible stories and the creation account, has your mind ever drifted and wondered about things [Selah]. We all know by whom and when the lie and deception of evolution took place. The first man Adam: We are told Adam lived to be 930 years old and his genealogy [Seth, Enos, Cainan, Mahalaleel, Jared, Enoch, Methuselah, Lamech]. Using Ussher’s and other fine scholars calculations of when creation occurred [approximately 4004 B.C.] and the biblical listed genealogies and life spans; we conclude a migration throughout the world didn’t occur until Babel, some 1,700 years after the creation of Adam. To my thoughts and point: From the preceding; all were closely related during this period, they must have lived in close proximity to one another in the same geographic region. If all of the descendants of Adam at this time didn’t personally meet him or know him, they certainly must have heard of him and known he was the first created man out of the dust of the ground. Would it not stand to reason that all these descendants, especially with the passage of centuries; would have sought out Adam to ask many questions nagging them? For instance: Adam, what was your first memory? Adam, were you instantly created with knowledge or were you taught and learned? Adam, what was it like to walk with God in the Garden? Please tell me what was the Garden of Eden like? Before God made you an animal skin to wear for clothing because you were naked, what were you clothed with [light?]? If the Lord had created and placed you there and then during Adam’s life time; would you have any questions you would like to have answered from the first man? Given the opportunity to ask one question, what would it be? Or, would there be a reason why there would be no curiosity or wondering, and we [they] should not seek Adam for any answers to questions?
  3. To fatty? May I offer a low fat solution for those whom don't like Spam or find it too fatty? Take the can of 'Spam' between two small pieces of plywood, coat the "outside" of the plywood with wet mud. Take all the proceeding and tightly wrap it with aluminum foil and put on a charcoal grill for :30 minutes, turning once. Remove from grill, toss away the Spam for the wildlife critters, the mud and plywood should be seasoned to perfection
  4. Don't guess you're a drag racer or Christmas 'tree' putter upper
  5. You're exactly correct dhchristian. The easiest and most simple example to refute a preterist view is what Jesus said to John in his day at that specific time period John was told to write. Revelation 1:19 (KJV) Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter; [past-present-future] It's pretty clear Revelation Chapter 1: are things John had seen (past - history). Chapters 2: & 3: is the things that are in John's day [present]. Chapters 4: through 22: is the chronological order of events [with parenthetical chapters inserted], that will take place in the future, that have not occurred as of yet. There are so many things outlined in Revelation that have never occurred before. Many relate Antiochus Epiphanes to have been the Antichrist, but he was just a shadow / type of the one to come and shares many of the traits of the yet future one. This could turn into a lot of cyber ink I best get me a spare cyber ink cartridge...
  6. I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed, nor the brightest light on the tree, but... With all the lies & fake news, liberal lying media and entertainment industry, millennial's brought up in a liberal God-less public educational system, violent and sexual music and movies, data mining and spying electronically on citizens, calling evil good and good evil, etc. etc. I almost get the idea there's an agenda behind the madness
  7. Fried Spam and eggs over easy! I can't handle a study diet of it, but it's O.K. on occasion. Have a few cans of it tucked away for emergencies, like in 2005 when wide spread severe thunderstorms and tornado's swept through and the electricity was out for two weeks, in July's 98 degree heat. Thought I had all my bases covered for such an emergency; 5,000 watt generator, 7 days of gasoline for it, plenty of bottled water, satellite TV, lanterns, plenty of food, etc. A 115v. portable room air conditioner for sleeping never crossed my mind until the very first night.
  8. Prophetically speaking: 1. Pope Francis 2. Tayyip Erdogan 3. Vladimir Putin 4. Ali Khamenei My arithmetic teacher didn't do a very good job...
  9. You're exactly right, they're people just like you and I that are being lead astray, they need to hear the saving Grace and free gift of Salvation through Christ alone. I don't want to spend a lot of time on this subject but, currently Catholicism is the worlds largest religion with 1.6 billion followers, closely followed by Islam with 1.4 billion. Have you noticed everything that is prophetically lining up for a one world religious system as described in the book of Revelation? With the current Pope Francis (a Jesuit) and the Vatican taking charge at full steam? A one world government (political system) and one world religious system (church / state) is lining up and taking shape as we speak; just as in the days of what Constantine did in the third century. The RCC has always called itself 'the one true church'. You know the definition of the word 'ecumenicism' and its role for a one world religion. The universal church (Catholicism) has drawn back some of the protester (Protestant) denominations back under its umbrella. Pope Francis and the Vatican has been fervently at work with a movement for better cooperation and understanding between all the worlds religions. He has made many bizarre statements such as; we all worship the same god with different names and so much more. He has signed 'covenant' agreements with sects of Islam for better cooperation, unity and understanding. I'm not going to write a book on it, but I see the handwriting on the wall and the pieces falling into place, and it's speeding up. If the False Profit or his precursor were alive and well today, what would they be doing preparing the way? Just my personal thoughts... P.S. This Pope is a socialist to the core, only concerned with ecumenicism, global warming and the disparity between the have's and have not's. Of all I've heard coming out of his mouth, not one peep about soul saving or Salvation.
  10. I sure don't understand who and where you're getting your theology from? I have the printed writings of our early church fathers; and they all agree with the 1,000 year millennium. Just to name a few and the date they quoted it: Papias, Eusebius (c. 120), Justin Martyr (c. 160), Irenaeus (a disciple of Polycarp c. 180), Tertullian (c. 222), Hippolytus (c. 205), Origen (c. 225). I do agree with one thing though... someone is lacking in understanding.
  11. Quid pro quo... Answer the first question.
  12. And those fellows names are??
  13. I stopped reading right here. I take it you believe in "replacement theology"?
  14. You raised a very interesting point! I'm not going into a lot of detail but, would you think the few things I'm going to mention of many; are coincidence or conspiracy theory? The street layout of Washington D.C. is a nightmare and inefficient. Looking at the street layout from the air, it's a pentagram. The capitol building is symbolic with a dome. What does the dome represent? At the Capitol Building corner stone ceremony, whom was there and what were they wearing? The Washington monument is a phallus, you can't get around all the 6's in it height, width and dimensions. The cryptic symbolism of the pyramid and all seeing eye on our currency. When you count the number of things in those symbols and do some association, it's interesting. The designers of the Capitol Building, Washington Monument, dollar bill and many other symbols were Masons. I'm not implying anything, other than there was careful intentional planning that went into all the above. It's all very interesting...
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