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Your Brother In Christ

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  1. So, do we all and we always will. That is something that is truly amazing about God. Look at the angles in revelation, they're always in the Lord's presence, but still they discover something new about Him each time they look at Him and all they can say is holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty.
  2. I agree, it is not "nice" so many will not face the truth of it.
  3. "The Son of Man will send forth His angels, and they will gather out of His kingdom all stumbling blocks, and those who commit lawlessness, and will throw them into the furnace of fire; in that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth." Matthew 13:41-42 Weeping and gnashing of teeth sound like the reaction to torment.
  4. I have heard that many Christians do not believe that hell is real. I found this to be absurd, but I am open to hearing both sides of the argument. So that is what has lead me to proposing this question, is Hell real? If it is or is not please explain. P.S. I for one do believe it exist. Sorry for the pun in the poll but is just too much for me to resist.
  5. I do need to clarify what I mean by Church. I'm referring to the common American format. You have praise and worship, one pastor who preaches a sermon, and congregation that checks there good Christian card every Sunday. Is this what the Church was supposed to be?
  6. No, baptism is a public declaration of a decision you have already made in your heart. When you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and savior your name is written in the lamb's book of life. That being said, we are hybrids of the physical and the spiritual. A physical public declaration of our faith, although not required, is an import step of faith. "Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven. But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven." - Matthew 10:32-33 With my deepest affection, Your Brother in Chris
  7. No, I am saying, if God truly does not hold human life sacred, then He would have killed Adam and Eve in the garden, and then started over instead of paying the price of sin himself.
  8. God has respect for human life, yes there are times that God passed judgment the flood, Sodom, Gomorrah, and more. But even in those times Gods still held human life sacred, in the flood it was Noah and his family and in Sodom and Gomorrah it was Lot's family. If God Truly does not hold human life sacred then he would have killed Adam and Eve instead of going through the trouble of the Cross. It would have been easier to start over.
  9. Must not have been that famous I have never even heard of it. and are you trying to justify abortion, by saying that God sent a flood, really?
  10. OK, Merry Christmas. I have now make history.
  11. Honestly, I would like to see more presidents act like Trump, in the regard of fulfilling their campaign promises. If you are elected to a position, one of your top priority should be to look out for the Nation's best interest above others, and trump has done this vary well. He has not been afraid of speaking his mind that, and for the fist time in many years I have been wished a Marry Christmas, which was made taboo by the cancer that is called SJW. Now I know from talking with some Australians, that the SJW cancer has spread to Australia and has started to crippler the nation. Do you find this to be true, and would this be a root cause of this problem?
  12. My prayers are with the families. We seem to be having an epidemic of this problem. I live in the boondocks in a back water state, and I know that five of my relatives are struggling with drugs and an additional three friends of family members have OD. I know in larger cities it is worse. Why are we having this problem? I know in a lot of cases the victim is trying to escape reality. So, how as Christians can we battle this? 1. Support Groups for the family 2. Support Groups for the victims 3. find a Christian mentor of the same gender for the victim. (The victim should never feel alone. If the enemy can isolate us then they will have their way with us) 4. Getting the victims to join a ministry (This helped me when I was dealing with problems) These are a couple of ideas.
  13. Ashes Ashes, referred to the burning, the infected remains
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