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anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11747 Dec 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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That is amazing. You show a lot of patience, wisdom, and insight. I would have guessed you to be much older based on your ability to see through what people are saying and what they are avoiding and at spotting inconsistencies. You are an asset to these discussions and also a voice of reason.
Wow that is so nice. But you and I seem to agree that children can "confound the 'wise'"

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11748 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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God is the father of all peoples. I John 5 "Everyone who believes that Jesus is the Christ is God's child..." And I think the Bible implies many times that God loves the whole world. This includes all races.
And good use of scripture in context. I think it was in Timothy where it talks about rightly dividing the word of truth and studying to show yourself approved.
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11749 Dec 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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That is amazing. You show a lot of patience, wisdom, and insight. I would have guessed you to be much older based on your ability to see through what people are saying and what they are avoiding and at spotting inconsistencies. You are an asset to these discussions and also a voice of reason.
I think that it is partly because I am more interested in people as individuals, and not just interested in what they are saying, or in disproving things or defeating arguments to gain credit
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11750 Dec 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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Doctrine of hate? How is calling people stupid and idiots not a doctrine of hate? Did you cut off your WWJD bracelet so you could claim to be his follower while you act nothing like Him?
WWJD?
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11751 Dec 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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And good use of scripture in context. I think it was in Timothy where it talks about rightly dividing the word of truth and studying to show yourself approved.
thank you

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11752 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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WWJD?
Years ago when the bracelet for a cause thing started there was a WWJD bracelet that meant What Would Jesus Do. People wore them all the time.

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11753 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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Wow that is so nice. But you and I seem to agree that children can "confound the 'wise'"
Jesus said to let the little children come to him. The Bible also teaches that children have angels who's faces are constantly before God and that it will be horrific for anyone who hurts or leads them astray. He also said woe to the shepherd who scatters his flock.
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11754 Dec 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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Jesus said to let the little children come to him. The Bible also teaches that children have angels who's faces are constantly before God and that it will be horrific for anyone who hurts or leads them astray. He also said woe to the shepherd who scatters his flock.
what do you define as a child? Also, at what age is a child no longer a "little" child, but a big kid or a young adult?

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11755 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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I think that it is partly because I am more interested in people as individuals, and not just interested in what they are saying, or in disproving things or defeating arguments to gain credit
I definitely believe that you are telling the truth. You do not seem to be driven by any personal agenda. You are very reasonable on a topic that, as you see, can drive people to be horrible because they so passionately have to defend and justify their personal interpretation. I figure God can defend Himself when He sees fit, and I am sure He understands scripture without my input. I think one of the greatest things to have experienced is after Jesus resurrection when he walked with his disciple, and they didn't know who He was, and as they walked He explained things to them. I cant imagine having that much understanding. Whatever it was that they personally experienced with Jesus was so strong that many of His disciples were later martyred. There was one, maybe Peter, who insisted to be crucified upside down because he wasn't worthy to die as Christ did. That is real in a way I cant begin to understand. One other thing, though, is that even though the disciples walked and talked and followed Jesus first hand, they still had their doubts, questions, squabbles, and times He needed to correct them.

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11756 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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what do you define as a child? Also, at what age is a child no longer a "little" child, but a big kid or a young adult?
I dont have any hard and fast answers. There seems to be some nebulous point in time where an awareness of right and wrong dawns on a child, and my personal opinion, not based on any scripture, is that it can be different for each person. I know He said that to come to Him we must become as little children. I think that means we have to make ourselves vulnerable to and open with Him and to Him just like little kids are when they are still innocent before that idea of intentionally doing wrong kicks in. I dont have anything to back that up. Someone else may.
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11757 Dec 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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I definitely believe that you are telling the truth. You do not seem to be driven by any personal agenda. You are very reasonable on a topic that, as you see, can drive people to be horrible because they so passionately have to defend and justify their personal interpretation. I figure God can defend Himself when He sees fit, and I am sure He understands scripture without my input. I think one of the greatest things to have experienced is after Jesus resurrection when he walked with his disciple, and they didn't know who He was, and as they walked He explained things to them. I cant imagine having that much understanding. Whatever it was that they personally experienced with Jesus was so strong that many of His disciples were later martyred. There was one, maybe Peter, who insisted to be crucified upside down because he wasn't worthy to die as Christ did. That is real in a way I cant begin to understand. One other thing, though, is that even though the disciples walked and talked and followed Jesus first hand, they still had their doubts, questions, squabbles, and times He needed to correct them.
my friend told me that God said he would talk with me and answer my questions. I don't know when that's supposed to happen
Texan

Wichita, KS

#11758 Dec 2, 2012
ALL RIGHT! Damn invasion is back and the Three Stooges are reunited. Di, Fed, and Notheeng yuk yuk yuk yuk. A racist, a false prophet, and a common idiot. You guys were busy last night, and Fed was showing his true colors, ranting, raving, and acting the fool in general. Theeng with a friend like Fed you sure don't need any enemies, same goes for Fed if you are indeed his friend. Damn invasion, what can I say? You still can't get it right, even after a few days off to get a poison refill. You and Theeng should hit your knees befroe your false prophet The Heavy Fed.
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11759 Dec 2, 2012
Texan wrote:
ALL RIGHT! Damn invasion is back and the Three Stooges are reunited. Di, Fed, and Notheeng yuk yuk yuk yuk. A racist, a false prophet, and a common idiot. You guys were busy last night, and Fed was showing his true colors, ranting, raving, and acting the fool in general. Theeng with a friend like Fed you sure don't need any enemies, same goes for Fed if you are indeed his friend. Damn invasion, what can I say? You still can't get it right, even after a few days off to get a poison refill. You and Theeng should hit your knees befroe your false prophet The Heavy Fed.
hit your knees?

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11760 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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my friend told me that God said he would talk with me and answer my questions. I don't know when that's supposed to happen
I dont either, but sometimes it just happens where you understand something you didn't before. I dont know if He answers all our questions or some or how He decides. I think I have always been better off when I was absolutely honest with Him about what was really going on deep inside, whether it was anger or doubt. Just remember there were long periods where God was silent. Even his greatest prophets had their times of misery in the desert. I learned a great lesson one time. Everything was going wrong. There were terrible, horrible people surrounding me. Chaos. Unbelievable chaos and discord. In the midst of that my worst thoughts and wishes for harm on these people came rushing out to God. It became clear to me that He didn't test me so He could see what was inside of me but so that i could see what i really was. I dont know what He has for you or how it will come about. Seek to truly find Him, know Him, and be known by Him. know if He doesnt answer a question you can ask it again, wait for an answer, or change the subject. Just dont give up.
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11761 Dec 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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I dont either, but sometimes it just happens where you understand something you didn't before. I dont know if He answers all our questions or some or how He decides. I think I have always been better off when I was absolutely honest with Him about what was really going on deep inside, whether it was anger or doubt. Just remember there were long periods where God was silent. Even his greatest prophets had their times of misery in the desert. I learned a great lesson one time. Everything was going wrong. There were terrible, horrible people surrounding me. Chaos. Unbelievable chaos and discord. In the midst of that my worst thoughts and wishes for harm on these people came rushing out to God. It became clear to me that He didn't test me so He could see what was inside of me but so that i could see what i really was. I dont know what He has for you or how it will come about. Seek to truly find Him, know Him, and be known by Him. know if He doesnt answer a question you can ask it again, wait for an answer, or change the subject. Just dont give up.
thank you.

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11762 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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my friend told me that God said he would talk with me and answer my questions. I don't know when that's supposed to happen
Also, remember its a learning process. You dont go to school and sit in class while teachers from all subjects surround you and all teach at once. I know when I was a kid, and my mom wanted me to know or do or answer her or whatever, she made it for darn sure I knew, and she didn't go around smacking me randomly and without warning for stuff I didn't know. Likewise, God says He disciplines those He loves. Just like if you get in trouble with your parents you darn well know what for, if God wants you to know something He definitely has the ability to ket you know. So, dont walk around in fear of what you dont know.

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#11763 Dec 2, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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thank you.
But dont take my word's or anyone else's. In the book of Acts or says they were daily in the temple searching to see if things were true. Learn the truth and only the truth, and you will recognize a lie.

Since: Jan 09

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#11765 Dec 2, 2012
damn invasion wrote:
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If someone today does relate to the truth of God's word, why are we so quick to label him insane?
They did the same thing to Jesus.
I talk about God with Christians all the time... they are almost always quick to anger... and usually I know the Bible better than they do.

It's a shame the number of people who consider themselves Christians... yet they have never read the Bible.

I was so upset with the church when I was a child... I refused to go anymore.

I have not stepped foot in church in over 20 years... but that not keep me from finding God.

I knew of God even as a small child... felt him moving in my life.

I had several incidents happen to me in church then... that changed my life... well maybe not changed because I think it was God's plan all along... but they opened my eyes.

Since: Jan 09

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#11766 Dec 2, 2012
Texan wrote:
ALL RIGHT! Damn invasion is back and the Three Stooges are reunited. Di, Fed, and Notheeng yuk yuk yuk yuk. A racist, a false prophet, and a common idiot. You guys were busy last night, and Fed was showing his true colors, ranting, raving, and acting the fool in general. Theeng with a friend like Fed you sure don't need any enemies, same goes for Fed if you are indeed his friend. Damn invasion, what can I say? You still can't get it right, even after a few days off to get a poison refill. You and Theeng should hit your knees befroe your false prophet The Heavy Fed.
You don't get it do you?

The three of us are completely different people... with completely different ideas.

You and I share more similar beliefs than DI and I... but you choose to make an enemy out of me.

You just can't seem to have a rational conversation without being nasty.
anonymous

Arlington, TX

#11767 Dec 2, 2012
Heavy Fed wrote:
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You don't get it do you?
The three of us are completely different people... with completely different ideas.
You and I share more similar beliefs than DI and I... but you choose to make an enemy out of me.
You just can't seem to have a rational conversation without being nasty.
"You just can't seem to have a rational conversation without being nasty." It is obvious when someone makes a joke at your expense, but telling him what's wrong with him in your eyes is not the point you want to make, I think. You could have stated all the above without saying the last part.

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