“THE HEAT IS ON”

Since: Apr 12

Satan IS in "The Church"

#87 Nov 30, 2012
Romans Road wrote:
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I'm putting importance in honoring Christ. I backed up my views with scripture as I always do.
No, one does not honor Christ by apparel. They honor Him through Faith, Hope, and Love. He is honored through praise and prayer. He is honored by obeying His commandments and His Word. Not by what you wear.

“The Topix Legend of "GS"!”

Since: Sep 10

Yunited States, North America

#88 Nov 30, 2012
Anglo saxon 18 wrote:
Having had access to much TV coverage of the recent US election I was constantly noticing that the women attached to the tea party & Fundie religious sects in general were the ugliest examples of womanhood I've seen in a long time, what caused so many pig ugly females to gather under one banner?,
I agree and you should see some of the pictures that have been posted.

“Wear white at night.”

Since: Jun 09

Albuquerque

#89 Nov 30, 2012
NorCal Native wrote:
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I dated a woman once who's family made tamales for the Christmas weekend.......man, they were awesome......never much liked tamales as a kid, but I sure do love them as an adult:-)
Good luck and enjoy them....yummy!!!
I think if I'm going to eat them I'll have to buy them first, just like eveyone else. I don't know what project the tamale making marathon is intended to subsidize but we need a much larger church. That's a lot of tamales.

By the way, could I interest you in a raffle ticket for an automobile? Only twenty bucks.

“It is well with my soul”

Since: Feb 10

Whereabouts in Jersey

#90 Nov 30, 2012
Romans Road wrote:
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Jesus was a man's man that looked and acted like a man. He was also God manifested in the flesh and through His shed blood I am saved. He could have called upon the legions of angels to defeat His enemies, instead He went to the cross to wash away the sins of mankind.
Romans 10:9-10
9 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
10 For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.
Yes. I know. Jesus wore a dress like garment back in the day, as did all the men of that time.

Don't know the purpose of you posting those particular scriptures.

“It is well with my soul”

Since: Feb 10

Whereabouts in Jersey

#91 Nov 30, 2012
angelinaUK wrote:
<quoted text>But in bible times when those verses were written men and women all wore long robes. And in some cultures men still do wear flowing robes rather then the western idea of male clothing.
And what about men wearing kilts? Nothing feminine about that.
Women can wear trousers and be feminine. And long hair on some women just looks downright straggly and scruffy.
I like men in kilts.

Well, I like to see men in kilts.

:)
Romans Road

Indianapolis, IN

#92 Nov 30, 2012
NorCal Native wrote:
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Do ya mean Jesus Christ? I don't know of anyone named Christ Jesus!!!
So, when do you celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ?
His last name wasn't Christ, lol. Christ is from the Greek word Christos which means anointed. Jesus is the Messiah hence Christians call Him Jesus the Christ or Christ Jesus or Messiah Jesus or Jesus Christ as He is commonly known to the world.

Once again, Mary and Joseph's last name wasn't Christ.

“TAKIA AND TA TONKA”

Since: Aug 08

HAPPY TOGETHER!!!

#93 Nov 30, 2012
15th Dalai Lama wrote:
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I think if I'm going to eat them I'll have to buy them first, just like eveyone else. I don't know what project the tamale making marathon is intended to subsidize but we need a much larger church. That's a lot of tamales.
By the way, could I interest you in a raffle ticket for an automobile? Only twenty bucks.
Well, you might be able to.......lol!!!
Romans Road

Indianapolis, IN

#94 Nov 30, 2012
Hell Sucks wrote:
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No, one does not honor Christ by apparel. They honor Him through Faith, Hope, and Love. He is honored through praise and prayer. He is honored by obeying His commandments and His Word. Not by what you wear.
That's the point I made. A true Christian will want to praise Christ every day, every minute, every second. It doesn't honor Christ running around looking and acting like the world. Christians are supposed to be the light of the world, we lead by example.

“Howdy How”

Since: Jan 09

Hayward, CA

#95 Nov 30, 2012
Romans Road wrote:
Women who dress modestly are beautiful on the inside and out. God bless every woman who wears a dress to church and lives a holy life. There's so few real Godly women left in Christianity.
I know females that were dresses to "church" and let me say they are FAR from godly! The dress does not make the person. I have seen females that have worn pants that were more modestly dressed then some that wore a dress. The dress was very low cut, very short, clinging and left nothing to the imagination of what the dress was to do and yes this was in a church. So would you care to restate what you were saying?

“Howdy How”

Since: Jan 09

Hayward, CA

#96 Nov 30, 2012
were=wear
dognes

Pittsburgh, PA

#97 Nov 30, 2012
youtube.com/watch...
Beauty in a person is the personality,,,,,so if she nasty then your right
Romans Road

Indianapolis, IN

#98 Nov 30, 2012
I am Servant wrote:
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I know females that were dresses to "church" and let me say they are FAR from godly! The dress does not make the person. I have seen females that have worn pants that were more modestly dressed then some that wore a dress. The dress was very low cut, very short, clinging and left nothing to the imagination of what the dress was to do and yes this was in a church. So would you care to restate what you were saying?
I already answered this multiple times.

“TAKIA AND TA TONKA”

Since: Aug 08

HAPPY TOGETHER!!!

#99 Nov 30, 2012
Romans Road wrote:
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That's the point I made. A true Christian will want to praise Christ every day, every minute, every second. It doesn't honor Christ running around looking and acting like the world. Christians are supposed to be the light of the world, we lead by example.
That's not exactly what you posted in your first though........you did make it seem that a "GODLY" woman was one who wore her hair long and a dress to Church.

A "TRUE" Christian doesn't tell others how to believe, they accept that not all need to believe the same in order to have a relationship with God:-)

So, I ask again, do you follow ALL of the scriptures in the bible? or only the one's you feel need to be followed?

“THE HEAT IS ON”

Since: Apr 12

Satan IS in "The Church"

#100 Nov 30, 2012
Romans Road wrote:
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That's the point I made. A true Christian will want to praise Christ every day, every minute, every second. It doesn't honor Christ running around looking and acting like the world. Christians are supposed to be the light of the world, we lead by example.
You're right we do. I just don't agree with your examples. I present this often, and I believe it is fitting right here, right now:

God's Chosen Vessel

The Master was searching for a vessel to use;
On the shelf there were many - which one would He choose?
Take me, cried the gold one, I'm shiny and bright,
I'm of great value and I do things just right.
My beauty and luster will outshine the rest
And for someone like You, Master, gold would be the best!

The Master passed on with no word at all;
He looked at a silver urn, narrow and tall;
I'll serve You, dear Master, I'll pour out Your wine
And I'll be at Your table whenever You dine,
My lines are so graceful, my carvings so true,
And my silver will always compliment You.

Unheeding the Master passed on to the brass,
It was widemouthed and shallow, and polished like glass.
Here! Here! cried the vessel, I know I will do,
Place me on Your table for all men to view.

Look at me, called the goblet of crystal so clear,
My transparency shows my contents so dear,
Though fragile am I, I will serve You with pride,
And I'm sure I'll be happy in Your house to abide.

The Master came next to a vessel of wood,
Polished and carved, it solidly stood.
You may use me, dear Master, the wooden bowl said,
But I'd rather You used me for fruit, not for bread!

Then the Master looked down and saw a vessel of clay.
Empty and broken it helplessly lay.
No hope had the vessel that the Master might choose,
To cleanse and make whole, to fill and to use.

Ah! This is the vessel I've been hoping to find,
I will mend and use it and make it all Mine.
I need not the vessel with pride of its self;
Nor the one who is narrow to sit on the shelf;
Nor the one who is bigmouthed and shallow and loud;
Nor one who displays his contents so proud;
Not the one who thinks he can do all things just right;
But this plain earthy vessel filled with My power and might.

Then gently He lifted the vessel of clay.
Mended and cleansed it and filled it that day.
Spoke to it kindly. There's work you must do,
Just pour out to others as I pour into you.

By Beulah V. Cornwall

“Jesus is Lord”

Since: Aug 11

Greenwood, Indiana

#101 Nov 30, 2012
15th Dalai Lama wrote:
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What's today? Friday? I don't know thing one about making tamales but for reasons beyond my understanding my presence is requested.
Advent doesn't begin 'til Sunday but it looks like I'll be getting a head start.
Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to all men of good will.
15th I make the best Tamales, I can cook real will I do most of the cooking around here. Would you like for me to fix you some??

“Wear white at night.”

Since: Jun 09

Albuquerque

#102 Nov 30, 2012
ThePreacherman01 wrote:
<quoted text> 15th I make the best Tamales, I can cook real will I do most of the cooking around here. Would you like for me to fix you some??
Thanks, preacherman, but no thanks. I'm sure you make great tamales but best is a pretty tall order. I'll be learning from a bunch of Mexican women and though a few may give Mr. Potato Face a run for his money they're still beautiful. I think it would be in everyone's best interest if I volunteer to wash the pots and pans.

Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to men of good will.

“so tell me......”

Since: Aug 08

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#103 Nov 30, 2012
Ibborbi wrote:
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I like men in kilts.
Well, I like to see men in kilts.
:)
Oh! Me too.

“The Topix Legend of "GS"!”

Since: Sep 10

Yunited States, North America

#104 Nov 30, 2012
ThePreacherman01 wrote:
<quoted text> 15th I make the best Tamales, I can cook real will I do most of the cooking around here. Would you like for me to fix you some??
It would be nice to read your recipe.
Thinking

Andover, UK

#105 Nov 30, 2012
You wear kilts when seeing men? And why not.
Ibborbi wrote:
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I like men in kilts.
Well, I like to see men in kilts.
:)
Thinking

Andover, UK

#106 Nov 30, 2012
Fundamentalism is ugly, I don't want to drag gender into it.

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