Christian event fills City Park in Lu...

Christian event fills City Park in Lucedale

There are 25 comments on the The Mississippi Press story from Oct 11, 2009, titled Christian event fills City Park in Lucedale. In it, The Mississippi Press reports that:

LUCEDALE As the sunset streaked over City Park in Lucedale, more than 10,000 people spread across the hillsides Saturday, demonstrating their faith as some of the most popular Christian bands of the year performed on a massive stage.

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Scoop

United States

#1 Oct 14, 2009
I hope they didn't leave it like the last time. It was so littered you thought pigs had been there.
Blabbermouth

Tchula, MS

#2 Oct 15, 2009
Southern Christians.... pigs.... whats the difference?
what

Lumberton, MS

#3 Oct 15, 2009
Blabbermouth wrote:
Southern Christians.... pigs.... whats the difference?
what is the diffrence between a rattlesnake and you they bothare the same as far as i'm concerned the devels partner may god have mercy on your soul
Scoop

Pinola, MS

#4 Oct 15, 2009
Blabbermouth wrote:
Southern Christians.... pigs.... whats the difference?
The difference is we care. We tell you the facts and let you make the choice.
True dat

Ridgeland, MS

#5 Oct 15, 2009
No difference at all... Fat Baptist pigs that litter all over our park!!!
Scoop

Pinola, MS

#6 Oct 15, 2009
True dat wrote:
No difference at all... Fat Baptist pigs that litter all over our park!!!
Then what do you call the alcoholics that litter our roads? And the drug addicts that litter everywhere they go? What are you doing there? How do you know any were fat?
pearl

Hattiesburg, MS

#7 Oct 16, 2009
Scoop wrote:
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Then what do you call the alcoholics that litter our roads? And the drug addicts that litter everywhere they go? What are you doing there? How do you know any were fat?
amen amen amen and did i say men
_N0_N33D_T0_T33L _

United States

#8 Oct 16, 2009
True dat wrote:
No difference at all... Fat Baptist pigs that litter all over our park!!!
Now you know all these big church going people that runs to the line to load up on all the beer is gonna get pissed lmao these people are such a joke
True dat

Tchula, MS

#9 Oct 16, 2009
"Then what do you call the alcoholics that litter our roads? And the drug addicts that litter everywhere they go? What are you doing there? How do you know any were fat?" I call them George Co Christian hypocrites lol! Well, we are the fattest state in the union.
Praying_in_Luced ale

Haralson, GA

#10 Oct 16, 2009
_N0_N33D_T0_T33L_ wrote:
<quoted text> Now you know all these big church going people that runs to the line to load up on all the beer is gonna get pissed lmao these people are such a joke
dont worry those types of "SO CALLED" christans are not saved. They give us true, bible living, christans a bad name. God will do what needs to be done with them. The christan that goes to the bar is lower than those who have know Christ.
True dat

Tchula, MS

#11 Oct 16, 2009
You do realize that Jesus drank wine??? Pretty much every day...I guess he was a bad Christian too huh??
Scoop

Pinola, MS

#12 Oct 16, 2009
True dat wrote:
You do realize that Jesus drank wine??? Pretty much every day...I guess he was a bad Christian too huh??
He did not drink whiskey or beer or get drunk. It was grape juice that was drunk before it got fermented. And He didn't drink it on a daily basis. Wine was okay with food because it was natural and did not get you intoxicated like french wines. The wine made from water, by the way, was not alcoholic. This good wine had been miraculously created by the Creator and was brand new, with no time to ferment and become old, intoxicating wine. The Greek word oinos was used for the juice of grapes in general, the same word for both unfermented and fermented wine, with the context determining which. The decay process, utilizing leaven (always in Scripture representing corruption) to convert good fresh wine into old, intoxicating wine, could not have acted in this case because Christ Himself had created the wine in its originally intended form before sin and decay entered the world. In this form, it was certainly the best wine, having all the health-giving, joy-inspiring character it was created to exhibit in the beginning without the intoxication. It was probably the same wine which Christ will provide in "that day when I drink it new with you in my Father's kingdom" (Matthew 26:29), and it certainly will not induce drunkenness." (Dr. Henry M. Morris, The Defenders Bible - notes) So Jesus Christ is not on any drinkers’ side being the wine at the wedding was non-alcholic.
Scoop

Pinola, MS

#13 Oct 16, 2009
True dat wrote:
"Then what do you call the alcoholics that litter our roads? And the drug addicts that litter everywhere they go? What are you doing there? How do you know any were fat?" I call them George Co Christian hypocrites lol! Well, we are the fattest state in the union.
That includes your kind as well. Atheists, religious, christians, muslims, male, female, adult and young, can all be classified as fat or overweight. That has nothing to do with hypocrisy. Weight is a problem experienced by all people.
Scoop

Pinola, MS

#14 Oct 16, 2009
_N0_N33D_T0_T33L_ wrote:
<quoted text> Now you know all these big church going people that runs to the line to load up on all the beer is gonna get pissed lmao these people are such a joke
You have backsliders in all classes and religions. That does not reflect on the true and faithful ones. Remember that Jesus had hundreds of desciples and twelve representative ones. Many of those left after a while because of faithlessness and unwillingness to stay the path.
Scoop

Pinola, MS

#15 Oct 16, 2009
The "good wine" Jesus made at Cana (John 2:10) was "good" not because of its high alcoholic content, but because it was fresh, unfermented grape juice. This is indicated by external and internal considerations. Externally, contemporary authors, such as Pliny and Plutarch, attest that "good wines" were those which did not intoxicate, having had their alcoholic potency removed. Internally, moral consistency demands that Christ could not have miraculously produced between 120 to 160 gallons of intoxicating wine for the use of men, women and children gathered at the Cana’s wedding feast, without becoming morally responsible for prolonging and increasing their intoxication. Scriptural and moral consistency requires that "the good wine" produced by Christ was fresh, unfermented grape juice. This is supported by the very adjective used to describe it, namely kalos, which denotes that which is morally excellent, instead of agathos, which means simply good.
True dat

Ridgeland, MS

#16 Oct 18, 2009
Scoop wrote:
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He did not drink whiskey or beer or get drunk. It was grape juice that was drunk before it got fermented. And He didn't drink it on a daily basis. Wine was okay with food because it was natural and did not get you intoxicated like french wines. The wine made from water, by the way, was not alcoholic. This good wine had been miraculously created by the Creator and was brand new, with no time to ferment and become old, intoxicating wine. The Greek word oinos was used for the juice of grapes in general, the same word for both unfermented and fermented wine, with the context determining which. The decay process, utilizing leaven (always in Scripture representing corruption) to convert good fresh wine into old, intoxicating wine, could not have acted in this case because Christ Himself had created the wine in its originally intended form before sin and decay entered the world. In this form, it was certainly the best wine, having all the health-giving, joy-inspiring character it was created to exhibit in the beginning without the intoxication. It was probably the same wine which Christ will provide in "that day when I drink it new with you in my Father's kingdom" (Matthew 26:29), and it certainly will not induce drunkenness." (Dr. Henry M. Morris, The Defenders Bible - notes) So Jesus Christ is not on any drinkers’ side being the wine at the wedding was non-alcholic.
Whatever makes you feel better... But im sure it was some really good wine. Everyone drank wine, and beer. The water would kill you, or make you sick.. Im sure Jesus crushed fresh grapes every time he was thirsty. Yeah right.. You can believe what you want and interpret it as you, or King James would like..Yes he turned water into wine, and im sure it was non alcoholic, for all you back row baptists..........and it certainly will not induce drunkenness." (Dr. Henry M. Morris, The Defenders Bible - notes) Yea... ok...This is funny!
Scoop

United States

#17 Oct 18, 2009
True dat wrote:
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Whatever makes you feel better... But im sure it was some really good wine. Everyone drank wine, and beer. The water would kill you, or make you sick.. Im sure Jesus crushed fresh grapes every time he was thirsty. Yeah right.. You can believe what you want and interpret it as you, or King James would like..Yes he turned water into wine, and im sure it was non alcoholic, for all you back row baptists..........and it certainly will not induce drunkenness." (Dr. Henry M. Morris, The Defenders Bible - notes) Yea... ok...This is funny!
Sure, they made grape juice before Welches did. The evidence is there for you to follow. He didn't have to crush grapes, He just used plain water. His first miracle. Just plain fact.
CommonSense

Nicholson, MS

#18 Oct 19, 2009
Scoop wrote:
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Sure, they made grape juice before Welches did. The evidence is there for you to follow. He didn't have to crush grapes, He just used plain water. His first miracle. Just plain fact.
I don't think you understand the meanings of the words "evidence" and "fact". Folks like you are what make Christians, and fundamentalists in particular, the laughingstock of the nation.
True dat

Tchula, MS

#19 Oct 19, 2009
Yep, evidence-fact are much different than faith.
Scoop

Pinola, MS

#20 Oct 19, 2009
True dat wrote:
Yep, evidence-fact are much different than faith.
They are the same thing. Faith is proven fact. You can't tell because of your blind hatred.

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