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Deathstar 80

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    Playing Basketball.<br />Playing Soccer.<br />Finding proof that there is a god.<br />Finding out prophecies from the bible.<br />Reading the bible.

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  1. I hope nobody here minds if I skip reading what others have put down already and post this. If anyone does have a problem with it, please pm me and I will stop. I have a comment about the proof given for "once saved, always saved". To my understanding, you have misinterpreted what Jesus said. He is not saying that believers will always have salvation or even that they will only lose salvation if they want to. John 10:28 says that believers shall live eternally because they believed. The last two verses says that nobody else can take away a person's salvation.
  2. I constantly feel impatient and when I'm tempted to sin, it seems I'm forced to sin (such as if I'm tempted to play video games when I know to work on homework, I feel like I have no choice) and I regret my decisions later on. Am I still saved? I've been going through a lot of trouble, not on the outside but on the inside with something, yet I can't recognize what the problem is. I typed topics earlier about certain problems I had, and it did seem that those problems were going to go away, but the seem to always come back. When I try to pray to become saved, I feel like I can't. I was thinking maybe this was because I committed blasphemy against the holy spirit, the one "unforgiving sin". When I did commit this sin, I wanted to purposely commit that sin because I was mad at god for my confusion (of course, I now know it was my fault for my confusion, but I am slightly mad at TBN because they were the ones that I listened to and I'm pretty sure they added to my confusion). Does this mean I have no hope to go to heaven? My family and me used to be good Christians, but it seems that my brother is just as confused as I am, and my parents seemed to go farther away from god.
  3. I have great news. I haven't talked to a doctor or anything, but my relationship with God is slowly being restored. I think all I needed to know was how much he really loved me (and how much he really loves everyone).
  4. I voted yes, but I feel bad for those who are on drugs.
  5. I'm a little confused right now in my life. For the last few years (about 3 or 4 years), I've been "out of reality". Every year it's been getting worse. At first when I started to go "out of reality", I was the closest to God as I have ever been, and I was persecuted. Because of that, I decided to become more part of the world by becoming prideful during our Summer break, and ever since, even though I've stopped my pride, I've still been going "out of reality". When I wasn't out of reality, I was smarter, more athletic, and more social than I am now. Today, I'm still known to be a great Christian, while other Christians seem that they're trying to prove I'm not a Christian. I'm expected to do a lot of great things by my parents and everybody, but where I'm out of touch with reality, I can't do anything. I know some people would say my self-esteem is the cause of the problem, but I know as a fact it's not my self-esteem. I literally am much worse than I used to be and I don't know what to do. I'm very shy, and just recently I've seen something called asperger syndrome (I looked on www.webmd.com for all of my symptoms, and right now it seems I have at least 5 out of 9 symptoms - 1) dislikes change in routine, 2) unusual face expressions, 3) difficulty learning new things, 4) socially withdrawn, 5) difficulty solving problems. There are other things I have in common of people with this syndrome, according to WebMD.com). The reason I want to post this is because I'm confused what to do. I've been embarrassing myself everyday, and it's hard for me not to get mad at God, knowing that he can instantly get rid of whatever problem I have. What do I do? What's wrong with me?
  6. MMMM . .I'm canadian but spent a summer in Maryland and wish we had grits up here!!! As for corn . .I love it. To be honest when I first saw the poll I was thinking of the band (thought it was really weird) .. but then read through and saw its the veggie Welcome, fellow corn lover! I'm a sort-of corn lover, why don't I get a hug? :24: (I just felt like putting the dancing smiley face in there...I couldn't resist!!)
  7. I usually don't read the replies that are about half of a page long (ironically, I have a habbit of doing that myself, sorry) or if there is already five pages to the topic, such as this one.
  8. CORN IS NO PLACE FOR A MIGHTY WARRIOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :57_57: :ph34r: :ph34r: :57_57:
  9. No, I will not be a corn fan. I will occasionally eat corn, but I prefer popcorn smothered with salt, butter, and fat.
  10. I've played a game of chess every year with one of my friends since sixth grade. I have 3 wins, and this year he won his 3rd game, so the score is 3-3. Next year is our senior year, so that'll probably be the last game.
  11. My friend is a 49ers fan too. I played Madden 2007 in one of the modes where I was the starting wide receiver for the 49ers. I was also a kick returner for the team. Of course, I got bored with it after maybe seven games (lol). I had scored I beleive maybe five receiving touchdowns, and two kick return touchdowns. I thought of myself as a good kick returner, with an average of 33.1 yards per return I beleive.
  12. I'm confused about this because I've met many people who calls themselves "christians", and then cuss, say the name of god in vain, etc., and I don't know what to do about it. And what about body language? If someone looks at you like they hate you, shouldn't you judge them as someone who might have a hard time, or maybe even does hate you? The following scripture is why I thought we can tell if someone is a christian or not by their works, or in other words, "fruits". Please understand, I don't want to condemn, spread rumors, complain, etc., to anyone at all!!! Instead, could I judge these christians by their works so I could maybe talk to them? Of course, I would have to find a way to talk to them without insulting them, because the thought just came to me that people would hate it if you judged them, and then you were talking about how they needed Jesus again. I would hate it. Tell you the truth, I would probably immediately become blinded with anger, and call the person a hypocrite. I don't know what to do, please help me with this question.
  13. But what about the "fruits they make", or their works? As I've said at the top of this topic, Jesus warns us of false prophets, that we should "look at the fruit they bear"
  14. No chance the 49ers are going to beat the AWESOME, DEDICATED TO WIN ST. LOUIS RAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Here's my prediction on the team's records. 49ers: 0-16 St. Louis RAMS: 16-0 Here's the score for the two times the 49ers will meet the St. Louis Rams. 1st game: 49ers - 0, The UNDEFEATED RAMS!!! - 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 2nd game: 49ers - (-1000) The UNDEFEATED RAMS!!! - 90000000000000 x 90000000000000000000000000000000000000000
  15. My high school has 99.99999999999999999999% running, and .00000000000000000001% passing. Our halfback usually gets maybe 200-300 yards a game. I beleive I seen on the stats one time (my dad takes the stats) that our halfback ran for 400 yards!! The halfback I talked about to you I heard turned down a bunch of decently big colleges, but instead he declined every one of them, and asked Ohio St.!!!! Of course, they turned him down as an option. A rumor spread around school saying that the reason he wasn't accepted was because Ohio St. said white people can't be running backs. Of course, it was a rumor. Now, he went to Morehead St., but next year, he's going to a christian college where they're just starting a football team.
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