Listen to God\’s Voice

Words of wisdom for today

Romney a Christian?

Romney is not a Christian. This is the end of the argument. Look at what both the Nicean Creed and the Athanasian Creed for what it takes to be considered a Christian. Being a good person does not make one a Christian, but the content of your faith in Christ does. His content is in error.

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October 28, 2011 at 1:05 pm

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Hate or Love

These two qualities are exact opposites. Is it possible though to hate some one or some thing and at the same time love them? Love is defined as: “To dislike intensely; to feel strong hostility towards”. I have an intense dislike towards liberals and maybe even a hostility to them. I think we need to resist their attempts to destroy this nation that I love so much. We are being forced to accept that which we find to be “sin” and start to accept them as being just the same as we are, this even though they are not even in the same class as we are. Should those who violate God’s Holy Word in commandments be treated as though they have not done so? The commandment that says do not commit any kind of an abomination mean that suddenly we are to treat homosexuals as though they have God’s acceptance? If God says they have deserved His wrath and eternal damnation, then that is what they deserve. It does not mean that I am to put feet to it and do something that only God can do.

I feel the same way about those who take the lives of the unborn. It is just plain murder to do so. However, to do wrong just because they have is just as wrong. It is never right to do do wrong that good may come of it. We are being forced to accept things as being OK even when God has said it is not OK.

I hate injustice and Sinful acts, while at the same time loving those who have earned God’s wrath. God does accept repentence and certainly this is a day to preach repentence and forgiveness of sins. Like the prophets of old, please repent before it is too late.

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November 13, 2010 at 2:10 pm

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Christian or Not

Our president says he is a Christian, but does that mean he really is one? In fact does he know what a Christian really is or even understand what it means to be a Christian? I think the truth is that by his own admition and by his words he is just the opposite. He is what I would term an anti christian. He is the anti thesis of what it means to be a Christian. Christians do not begrudge what Christians believe just for political reasons. If he was really a Christian he would drop the whole idea of a womans right to choose and be as strong an anti abortion person as he could possibly be. He would also take as strong a position pro family as he could possibly be, this means he would not try and see just how hard he could support the homosexual agenda as he is doing. This also means a whole host of things that he is doing. Why try and see how man Christians you can antagonize just so you can support a liberal agenda if you really are a Christians. By their actions you shall know them, his actions tell me he is not a Christian, the feeling I get listening and watching him is that he is not a believer in Christ at all.

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November 13, 2010 at 2:08 pm

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Remember the Boston Tea Party?

They dressed up like native americans and then boarded a ship in Boston Harbor to have the biggest tea party of all time. Dumping the tea that they were being taxed for into Boston Harbor and thus they had there party. Among those in this elite group were men like John Adams. These men had a lot to loose for this demonstration against the King of England. What do you think have we lost the significants of this in modern America? Are we now so wrapped up in being dutiful Americans that we no longer are willing to stand up and be counted? Every generation must do its time in standing up for liberty. Well our time is now, stand up and be counted but do with as much respect as you can master.

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September 14, 2010 at 1:26 am

Inspiriation

A. C. Dixon, Pastor of Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, England commented about the Scriptures as the inspirid Word of God when he said:

“2. A BIBLICAL USE OF THE BIBLE
It is four-fold: “Profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness? “Doctrine” is the teaching, not of the man as he may express his opinion in social converse, but of the ambassador who carries with him the weight of his government’s authority; and in the Bible we find God’s official proclamation of love, pardon, cleansing, righteousness and peace.
The word “reproof” comes after doctrine, because it has to do with the character which doctrine makes. The Bible is profitable not only for the doctrine which we get out of it, but it is the standard by which we try our doctrines. It proves and reproves. It is the plumb-line that we drop by the wall to see if it is straight. It is the yard-stick by which we measure every creed.
The word “correction” means restoration, and gives a thought in advance of doctrine and reproof. It has in it the thought of making right what we have found to be wrong. The plumb-line may show that the wall leans, but it cannot straighten it. The yard-stick may reveal that the cloth is too short, but it cannot lengthen it. The Bible, however, not only shows us wherein we are wrong, but it can right us. When Canova saw the piece of marble which, at great expense, had been secured for a celebrated statue; his practiced eye discovered a little piece of black running through it, and he rejected it. He could discover the black, but he could not make the black white. The Bible discovers the black and makes it white.
The fourth word, “instruction,” means literally “child-culture,” and has in it all that the parent needs for the growth, development and maturing of the child. The Bible is a training school in righteousness. Other books give training in music, rhetoric, oratory, but the specialty of the Bible is training in righteousness.”(http://fundamentalists.whybaptist.com/chaptereight-two.aspx)

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June 18, 2010 at 10:10 am

Cave or Home

  taken from Biblical Archeology

This article was reproduced in the Fall 2007 issue of Bible and Spade.

Why would Joseph, “of the lineage of David,” in the city of his family’s origin have to seek shelter in an inn and be turned out into a stable? Recently this question was put to me here in Beirut. This paper presents an answer. In this brief study I will attempt to demonstrate that Jesus was born in a private home and that the “inn” of Luke 2:7 is best understood as the guest room of the family in whose house the birth took place. Recent studies have primarily focused on Luke’s theological interests.1 The concern here is the Palestinian cultural background of verses 6–7 which we understand to be traditional material. Indeed, a more precise analysis of that background is critical for both a clearer understanding of the original tradition as well as any interpretation of its use within the Lucan framework.

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December 28, 2009 at 8:48 pm

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Jesus or Allah

There is only one eternal God, who is co existent in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The muslim so called god is actually an idol. The Lord God that we Christians worship is the only and the Great or Greatest if you would God. There is none other that even can be counted on as God. I am counting on all Christians to stand up to what the muslim is trying to say in these days. This means even my Catholic friends that I have had disagreements here before, this is why I quoted from the Nicaean creed as opposed to Scripture. All of this can also be supported from Scripture as well

I believe in one God,
the Father Almighty,
maker of heaven and earth,
and of all things visible and invisible;

And in one Lord Jesus Christ,
the only begotten Son of God,
begotten of his Father before all worlds,
God of God, Light of Light,
very God of very God,
begotten, not made,
being of one substance with the Father;
by whom all things were made;
who for us men and for our salvation
came down from heaven,
and was incarnate by the Holy Ghost
of the Virgin Mary,
and was made man;
and was crucified also for us under Pontius Pilate;
he suffered and was buried;
and the third day he rose again
according to the Scriptures,
and ascended into heaven,
and sitteth on the right hand of the Father;
and he shall come again, with glory,
to judge both the quick and the dead;
whose kingdom shall have no end.

And I believe in the Holy Ghost the Lord, and Giver of Life,
who proceedeth from the Father [and the Son];
who with the Father and the Son together
is worshipped and glorified;
who spake by the Prophets.
And I believe one holy Catholic and Apostolic Church;
I acknowledge one baptism for the remission of sins;
and I look for the resurrection of the dead,
and the life of the world to come. AMEN.

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November 28, 2009 at 2:32 pm

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