Sandi Patty leaving Anderson

Dec 10, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Herald-Bulletin

Grammy-award winning gospel singer Sandi Patty will be leaving Anderson to move back to her birthplace: Oklahoma City, Okla.

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May 13, 2013
 
Hey! I'm surprised nobody else on this thread has seen my posts. Especially Erin, as she is quite religious.
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May 16, 2013
 
Paul wrote:
<quoted text> Sandi Patty although she admitted to her affair with Don before she wound up marrying him she is still living in sin. Adultery is wrong no matter how you look at it. David was wrong for having an affair with Bathsheba and having her husband Uriah murdered. David repented and God forgave him of his sins. It's one thing to sin and ask for forgiveness but its another thing to willfully think that because you repented that it's ok to go on like you never did anything wrong. Sandi's marriage to Don is wrong because they had affairs and cheated on their spouses while they were married to them. There is nothing morally right about that. I just feel that a character of a person has a lot to do with the judgment they us in situations. Sandi and Don both used bad judgment and their character is not that of people that is morally right. I think the churches these days is condoning people's wrongs too much and not calling things for what they are. We all have sinned and come short of the glory of God and there are no perfect Christians but we do learn from our mistakes and is supposed to fear God because he is watching over us and his love is unconditional.
many agree with you 100%
and yes, the churches are condoning sin, yes they are
they don't want to forfeit their large income.
it's always about the money isn't it.
and yes one cannot ask God's forgiveness & continue in sin, it don't work like that does it.
should the liar keep on lying, or should the thief keep on stealing etc. NO! NO! NO!
good to hear from you Paul
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May 16, 2013
 
buck wrote:
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many agree with you 100%
and yes, the churches are condoning sin, yes they are
they don't want to forfeit their large income.
it's always about the money isn't it.
and yes one cannot ask God's forgiveness & continue in sin, it don't work like that does it.
should the liar keep on lying, or should the thief keep on stealing etc. NO! NO! NO!
good to hear from you Paul
It takes a LOT MORE than refusal to continue in the same sin! After you are "born again" you need PERFECT OBEDIENCE to have ANY chance of EARNING eternal life! You need to pay your TITHES and OFFERINGS! You need to remain CELIBATE! You need to do PERFECT good works! You need to let ONLY YOUR DEATH erase your presence from your enemies, stop you from going to church EVERY SABBATH, stop you from paying your TITHES, and stop you from Earthly worshipping of God. Also, you need to follow every single one of the roughly 10.7 QUADRILLION commandments in God's entire law! And you are to follow them unto DEATH on a CROSS! Whoever is not PERFECT from the INSTANT of being born again, your name will be RIPPED right out of the Book of Life!(Exodus 32:33) And whoever is removed from the Book of Life will be thrown right into Hell!(Revelation 20:15)
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#172
May 16, 2013
 
In fact, failure to pay your tithes is the absolute quickest and surest way to end up in Hell!
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Jun 4, 2013
 
Erin wrote:
American evangelicals are brainwashed that it's a sin to "judge" -- meaning, it's a sin to competently tell the difference between truth and error, and right vs. wrong. "Grace" has been corrupted as a doctrine to mean a license for sin, and "love" is so unconditional that we are expected to say nothing against overt transgression.
The worst sin in our churches is to be "unloving", which means, to enforce Biblical standards of morality and personal ethics. When was the last time you heard a sermon about divorce and remarriage? When was the last time you heard that divorce and remarriage = sin, adultery and treachery?
The church is SICK and full of deception. The world is able to see the sickness and perversion of the church but the church walks in a veil of deception.
Marriage = A Covenant between One Man and One Woman...Until Death
Divorce + Remarriage = Adultery
Divorce + Remarriage = A sexual relationship with someone who is not your spouse in the eyes of God.
"A woman is bound to her husband as long as he is alive. But if her husband dies, she is free to marry anyone she wishes."
1 Corinthians 7:39
http://www.cadz.net/tony.html
If a man or woman is committing adultery, it is lawful to put them away. Through divorce. Then if they remarry, they shall have trouble in the flesh. Read up on all the scriptures about divorce, before you get on here and make a total axx of yourself.
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#174
Jun 5, 2013
 
Buck, and all other posters here;

You don't think man is a failure? You better take a good look at all of Genesis Chapter 3, and especially Romans 3:23!

And speaking of sprinklers and irrigation systems on farms, by the way, that technology pisses God off even more, as it causes MORE farmers to turn their BACKS on God, causing Him to have to resort to much more drastic measures such as hailstorms!

Leviticus 26:19 says; "I will break up your stubborn pride and make the skies above you like iron, and the ground beneath your feet like brass." Sprinklers and irrigation systems are an easy solution to that problem, as they draw water from rivers, lakes, oceans, and underground, and are often fed by city/county water mains and water lines that often carry fresh water for many miles. When that happens, pride remains, and more destructive measures must be taken, most notably hailstorms, which certainly really frighten farmers and make them complain and grumble as they know that a single hailstorm will easily reduce an entire field of wheat, corn, soybeans, or whatever is planted, to pounded, torn, crushed, and battered mush in a matter of minutes.
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Jun 28, 2013
 
I find it funny how some Christians find it necessary and justifiable to look at what is clearly a sin and make excuses. Yes, God does not need perfect people but He does need people, when they come to Him or return to Him, to look at their life and cross-check it with the word of God. As hard as it may be, we must identify sin in our life and through His power remove it. Will we be perfect? No. But should we continue in this sin? God forbid, right? We all have made choices in our lives and we must deal with the consequences. That has been the issue from day 1 with Adam and Eve. When we make mistakes God does not stop loving us, but He loves us so much that He allows us to deal with the consequences that we are encountering due to our decisions. And we can grow from these as hard as it may be.
Thank you Jesus!
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#176
Jun 30, 2013
 
Not to mention, hailstorms also often smash windows and windshields, badly dent automobiles, badly injure cows and horses, kill smaller animals such as chickens, turkeys, hens, and rabbits. If the hail is big enough, it can also damage/destroy roof tiles, causing roof leaks. Greenhouses are often reduced to shattered skeletal wrecks loaded with shredded plants and broken glass, especially when there is baseball/softball sized hail, and sometimes even as small as golf ball sized hail. Even fruit trees suffer badly, as hailstorms, especially those with large sized hail, can put holes in the fruits and knock them off the tree, not to mention even tear leaves and twigs from the tree.
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#177
Aug 18, 2013
 
Seriously. Have you not read her book where she stated she repented? Secondly, who are you to judge? Do you not recall Jesus said to the townspeople of the adulterous woman, "You who has no sin, cast the first stone". Every single person in this world has sin...but OUR GOD is full of grace, if we are willing to accept it. Sandi DID give up her relationship with Don. But because of her repentance and of her obedience, God allowed the relationship to continue. We are not to play "God" and rewrite the rules. We don't know the details and we certainly do not know her heart. But shame on us for pointing the finger at her. Shame. Our God loves us and forgives us. We shouldn't be holding grudges and condemning others. Show love towards others and stop judging.
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#178
Aug 19, 2013
 
JLH wrote:
I find it funny how some Christians find it necessary and justifiable to look at what is clearly a sin and make excuses. Yes, God does not need perfect people but He does need people, when they come to Him or return to Him, to look at their life and cross-check it with the word of God. As hard as it may be, we must identify sin in our life and through His power remove it. Will we be perfect? No. But should we continue in this sin? God forbid, right? We all have made choices in our lives and we must deal with the consequences. That has been the issue from day 1 with Adam and Eve. When we make mistakes God does not stop loving us, but He loves us so much that He allows us to deal with the consequences that we are encountering due to our decisions. And we can grow from these as hard as it may be.
Thank you Jesus!
Oh, yes God DOES need PERFECT people!!!

Matthew 5:48; "Be ye therefore PERFECT, just as your Heavenly Father is perfect."

Matthew 7:21-23; "Not everyone who calls me 'Lord' shall enter into the Kingdom of Heaven, but only those who have done my Father's will. Many will come saying 'Lord, have we not done miracles and things in your name?' And I will say to them; Away from me, you workers of iniquity!"

The Will of God is as follows;

-Faith in His son, Jesus

-Perfect obedience to the entire Law (Ten Commandments, Mosaic, ceremonial, dietary, Old and New Testament, all except for the animal sacrifical laws)

-Expectation of death in the hands of your ENEMIES, and a death worthy of a martyr

-Helping the planet's entire poor population

-Offering your body as a spotless sacrifice to God

-Having absolutely NO Earthly joy
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Aug 26, 2013
 
JJ loves Jesus wrote:
Seriously. Have you not read her book where she stated she repented? Secondly, who are you to judge? Do you not recall Jesus said to the townspeople of the adulterous woman, "You who has no sin, cast the first stone". Every single person in this world has sin...but OUR GOD is full of grace, if we are willing to accept it. Sandi DID give up her relationship with Don. But because of her repentance and of her obedience, God allowed the relationship to continue. We are not to play "God" and rewrite the rules. We don't know the details and we certainly do not know her heart. But shame on us for pointing the finger at her. Shame. Our God loves us and forgives us. We shouldn't be holding grudges and condemning others. Show love towards others and stop judging.
Who are you fooling? answer NOBODY!
Sandi never gave up her relationship with Don
they got married isn't that obvious enough duh on you
God does not allow anyone to continue in sin if they have truly repented. btw Sandi is living in adultery because her first husband is still alive!
now try to tell me and everyone else that God allows adultery or adulterers into heaven.
Sandi and Don made the choice to split up their first God given family and cause pain and heartache for all involved during the coarse of their affair,
divorces and remarriage.
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JJ loves Jesus wrote:
Seriously. Have you not read her book where she stated she repented? Secondly, who are you to judge? Do you not recall Jesus said to the townspeople of the adulterous woman, "You who has no sin, cast the first stone". Every single person in this world has sin...but OUR GOD is full of grace, if we are willing to accept it. Sandi DID give up her relationship with Don. But because of her repentance and of her obedience, God allowed the relationship to continue. We are not to play "God" and rewrite the rules. We don't know the details and we certainly do not know her heart. But shame on us for pointing the finger at her. Shame. Our God loves us and forgives us. We shouldn't be holding grudges and condemning others. Show love towards others and stop judging.
Sandi has not given up her relationship with Don. They are married and still are in a adulterous relationship. At this point Sandi can write all the books she wants, win all the awards for being a great singer because she is a great singer, but none of that will justify her wrongdoing. Hebrews 10:26-27 (KJV) "For if we sin willfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins, But a certain fearful looking for of judgment and fiery indignation, which shall devour the adversaries." God loves us all and we all have sinned and come short of the glory of God but there is no reason to act like we never did anything wrong and act like everything is just all right. Sandi and Don have been brainwashed into believing that their divorce from their spouses and marrying each other is pleasing to God. Mark 10:25 (KJV) "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God." Revelation 1:3 (KJV) "Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand." Sandi and Don believe they are doing the will of God but doing the will of God is doing what is pleasing to him. No one is judging Sandi but we as Christians can discern things. That's a big difference than judging someone.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
I imagine all of the people here with the judgmental, self-righteous comments do not know the facts. People rarely do, however, they are big on discussing or trashing others. The opinions only escalate gossip and drama. I doubt any of us are perfect and through our faith, we are God's Children. It is between them and God.
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Sep 16, 2013
 
JLH wrote:
I find it funny how some Christians find it necessary and justifiable to look at what is clearly a sin and make excuses. Yes, God does not need perfect people but He does need people, when they come to Him or return to Him, to look at their life and cross-check it with the word of God. As hard as it may be, we must identify sin in our life and through His power remove it. Will we be perfect? No. But should we continue in this sin? God forbid, right? We all have made choices in our lives and we must deal with the consequences. That has been the issue from day 1 with Adam and Eve. When we make mistakes God does not stop loving us, but He loves us so much that He allows us to deal with the consequences that we are encountering due to our decisions. And we can grow from these as hard as it may be.
Thank you Jesus!
hey JLH from down south USA, good to hear from you
your input is much appreciated, this preacher poster is dwelling too much on the negative and knows nothing about God's forgiveness wouldn't anyone agree. None of the 12 disciples were 100% perfect, but Jesus chose them DIDN'T HE! Yes, many fail to realize the consequences for actions of sin, but that doesn't mean that God discontinues loving us.
If God stopped loving mankind there would be reason to continue life on earth not.
and if God were only accepting the "perfect" man ain't none would be acceptable in his sight amen!
Noah was righteous in God's sight as Abraham, they were not 100% perfect, WE ARE BORN IN SIN!
It does not state anywhere that man must be perfect to enter heaven, if that be the case no one would be fit to enter heaven amen! read it and weep preacher poster.
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Sep 16, 2013
 
Hey Holly from Indiania, you're another one making excuses for sin and condoning it also. If a church condones sin, sooner or later the church is full of sin etc. What fellowship has light with darkness? Jesus is returning for a church without spot or blemish.
We are not to loverlook sin, God does not
overlook sin, if he does he never would have punished Adam & Eve not.
How true it is written, the spirt is willing but the FLESH IS WEAK! Amen!
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Sep 16, 2013
 
buck wrote:
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hey JLH from down south USA, good to hear from you
your input is much appreciated, this preacher poster is dwelling too much on the negative and knows nothing about God's forgiveness wouldn't anyone agree. None of the 12 disciples were 100% perfect, but Jesus chose them DIDN'T HE! Yes, many fail to realize the consequences for actions of sin, but that doesn't mean that God discontinues loving us.
If God stopped loving mankind there would be reason to continue life on earth not.
and if God were only accepting the "perfect" man ain't none would be acceptable in his sight amen!
Noah was righteous in God's sight as Abraham, they were not 100% perfect, WE ARE BORN IN SIN!
It does not state anywhere that man must be perfect to enter heaven, if that be the case no one would be fit to enter heaven amen! read it and weep preacher poster.
Well then, why in blazes did Jesus say to be perfect in Matthew 5:48? Jesus said, point blank in Matthew 5:48; "Be ye therefore PERFECT, even as your Heavenly Father is perfect."

And in fact, Reverend Park Yong Gyu even says, point blank, for every 1 soul that goes to Heaven, over 1,000+ souls go to Hell! So there you have it! Only a tenth of one percent of mankind will wake up in Heaven!
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Sep 17, 2013
 
so you're basing it all one man's opinion because he wears the name "Reverand"? It does not state that anywhere in the good book that only 10% of mankind make it to heaven that is a man made opinion. God is willing that none should perish, NONE!
we ARE in the last days, many false prophets and teachers shall arise" MANY!"
thanks for proving last day prophecies
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Nov 5, 2013
 
I have one thing to say, and that is, praise God, we are free from living under the "law".....we are blessed enough to live under "grace"! My sins were taken care of (past, present, and future) at the cross, where Jesus Christ paid for it all with his precious blood. It took ALL my sins upon himself, because HE knew I needed a SAVIOR! AMEN
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#187
Nov 6, 2013
 
Nanc S wrote:
I have one thing to say, and that is, praise God, we are free from living under the "law".....we are blessed enough to live under "grace"! My sins were taken care of (past, present, and future) at the cross, where Jesus Christ paid for it all with his precious blood. It took ALL my sins upon himself, because HE knew I needed a SAVIOR! AMEN
We are TOTALLY NOT free AT ALL from living under the Law! As long as humans are on the Earth, they are ALWAYS under the Law at ALL times!(Matthew 5:17-20)
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Nov 6, 2013
 
In order to have eternal life, you need God's grace AND you need PERFECT obedience to the Law! That includes but is NOT limited to;

the Ten Commandments

the Mosaic Law

the Law of the Prophets

the Dietary Laws

the Gospels of Christ

and the rules set by the apostle Paul.

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