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CBCP: Nothing wrong with 'Team Patay' poster in Bacolod

There are 101 comments on the Weekend Balita story from Mar 2, 2013, titled CBCP: Nothing wrong with 'Team Patay' poster in Bacolod. In it, Weekend Balita reports that:

President Benigno S. Aquino III answers questions directed to him during the media briefing after spearheading the ceremonial groundbreaking of the Jalaur River Multi-Purpose Project II at the Iloilo Provincial Capitol along Bonifacio Drive in Iloilo City on Thursday .

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Anonymous

Quezon City, Philippines

#46 Apr 8, 2013
Nena Blanconegra wrote:
PLEASE SOMEBODY OUT THERE WHO REALLY LOVES OUR COUNTRY, HELP COMPOSE A SONG THAT WILL COMPEL EVEN THOSE WHO ARE ASLEEP to wake up and join in. A song to stir our hearts to do what is right and to fight evil where it is present. Say it in Visayan, Tagalog or English, but sing it forcefully and loud enough to be heard by all including the deaf and the blind out there.

Free our country from dirty Politicians who look up to money as their God. God will do the rest !
Dear Nena:

try to search MAHIYA NAMAN KAYO by PETER PARKHER!!!(BEST Anti-Corrupt SONG)

Dear NENA,
Free our country from dirty Politicians who look up to money as their God. God will do the rest...

Please READ THIS;
The rise of the cults parallels the rise of liberalism within the Christian religion.

Both liberalism and the cults were made possible by the lessening of governmental controls
on religious beliefs and practices.

The roots of the cults in the Philippines, where religious liberty was absolutized and
people were free not only to reinterpret Christianity from within but to establish a new form of unity within their sector
and religious at will that may affect the country.

The rise of Iglesia ni cristo Occultism in the Philippines on 1914 shown by its numerous chapels all over the land that were built after elections."

The winning candidate who invested on INC Chapels will definitely reimburse his/her expenses to the Public fund.

The lossing candidate will try his luck next election but eventually reimburse his expenses in his private business magical tax computation.

IGLESIA NI CRISTO bloc voting FEEDS the HUNGRY Crocodile!!!

1998,2001,2004,2007,2010, May 2013 and the presidential derby on 2016.

iglesia ni cristo = WIN
while poor Philippines open bid for Sale!!!
ELIAS IBARRA

Guam

#47 Apr 21, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
<quoted text>
Dear Nena:
try to search MAHIYA NAMAN KAYO by PETER PARKHER!!!(BEST Anti-Corrupt SONG)
Dear NENA,
Free our country from dirty Politicians who look up to money as their God. God will do the rest...
Please READ THIS;
The rise of the cults parallels the rise of liberalism within the Christian religion.
Both liberalism and the cults were made possible by the lessening of governmental controls
on religious beliefs and practices.
The roots of the cults in the Philippines, where religious liberty was absolutized and
people were free not only to reinterpret Christianity from within but to establish a new form of unity within their sector
and religious at will that may affect the country.
IsraelNOTpinas,

Here are the corrupt for they are faking miracles!!! And the public is hereby warned of possible "colossal scams" that these pariahs may commit such as what is stated by a Catholic writer in his book which says:

"It might be as well for the sake of completeness to add just a word about the miracles which throughout the centuries have been witnesses of the holiness of the Church...It is a certain historical fact that holy people within the Catholic Church have, right until the present day, worked miracles of many different kinds. In fact, proof that miracles have been obtained through the intercession of the candidate, is a necessary condition of canonization. That these miracles do occur so regularly within the Catholic Church and only within the Church, is surely a clear proof that the Holy Spirit is within the Catholic Church in a very special way. It is also noteworthy that the Church appears to have a monopoly when the special intevention of heaven by visions and revelations is in question, as at Lourdes and Fatima."

Reference: Ripley, Francis J. This is the Faith, p. 136. England: Birchley Hall Press, 1960.

A Protestant author in his book says:

"Startling things are happening among Christians today. Amazing claims abound that God is doing signs, wonders, and miracles. These claims are being broadcast by word of mouth, the printed page, television, and radio at a rate so prolific that they can hardly be catalogued, let alone verified.

"Fantastic encounters with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit are reported as common place. Healings of all kinds are reported. It is not unusual to hear of striking testimonies about how God has corrected spinal injuries, lengthened legs and removed cancerous tissues in response to faith."

Reference: MacArthur, John F., Jr. The Charismatics: A Doctrinal Perspective, p. 11. Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1978.

WATCH OUT FOR THE COMING "COLOSSAL RACKETS" OF THE SPURIOUS RELIGIONS!!! DRIVE THEM AWAY FROM YOUR HOMES!!!

WORKINGMEN OF ALL COUNTRIES UNITE!!! PEASANTS AND PROFESSIONALS UNITE!!! SMASH TO IGNOMINY AND DEFEAT THE EVILS OF THESE SPURIOUS RELIGIONS:

Roman Catholics, United Church of Christ in the Philippines, Philippine General Council of Assemblies of God, Philippines For Jesus Movement, Atheists, United Methodist Church Philippines, General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in the Philippines, Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches, Protestants, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Bereans, "Ang Dating Tumbong Doon" K.Y.J. Eli Fernando Soriano, Baptists, Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches, Seventh-day Adventists, Evangelicals, Charismatics, Spurious Born-again, Presbyterians, Orthodox, Aglipayans, 700 Bar Club members, Episcopalians, Methodists, Branch Davidians, members of European and American cults, Skeptics, Agnostics, and those outside of the true Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo).

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Guam

#48 Apr 21, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
<quoted text>
Dear Nena:
try to search MAHIYA NAMAN KAYO by PETER PARKHER!!!(BEST Anti-Corrupt SONG)
Dear NENA,
Free our country from dirty Politicians who look up to money as their God. God will do the rest...
Please READ THIS;
The rise of the cults parallels the rise of liberalism within the Christian religion.
Both liberalism and the cults were made possible by the lessening of governmental controls
on religious beliefs and practices.
The roots of the cults in the Philippines, where religious liberty was absolutized and
people were free not only to reinterpret Christianity from within but to establish a new form of unity within their sector
and religious at will that may affect the country.
IsraelNOTpinas,

These are the cults which came to the Philippines and causing corruption all over:

Roman Catholics, United Church of Christ in the Philippines, Philippine General Council of Assemblies of God, Philippines For Jesus Movement, Atheists, United Methodist Church Philippines, General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in the Philippines, Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches, Protestants, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Bereans, "Ang Dating Tumbong Doon" K.Y.J. Eli Fernando Soriano, Baptists, Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches, Seventh-day Adventists, Evangelicals, Charismatics, Spurious Born-again, Presbyterians, Orthodox, Aglipayans, 700 Bar Club members, Episcopalians, Methodists, Branch Davidians, members of European and American cults, Skeptics, Agnostics, and those outside of the true Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo).

These cults fabricated miracles and the public is hereby warned of possible "colossal scams" that these pariahs may commit such as what is stated by a Catholic writer in his book which says:

"It might be as well for the sake of completeness to add just a word about the miracles which throughout the centuries have been witnesses of the holiness of the Church...It is a certain historical fact that holy people within the Catholic Church have, right until the present day, worked miracles of many different kinds. In fact, proof that miracles have been obtained through the intercession of the candidate, is a necessary condition of canonization. That these miracles do occur so regularly within the Catholic Church and only within the Church, is surely a clear proof that the Holy Spirit is within the Catholic Church in a very special way. It is also noteworthy that the Church appears to have a monopoly when the special intevention of heaven by visions and revelations is in question, as at Lourdes and Fatima."

Reference: Ripley, Francis J. This is the Faith, p. 136. England: Birchley Hall Press, 1960.

A Protestant author in his book says:

"Startling things are happening among Christians today. Amazing claims abound that God is doing signs, wonders, and miracles. These claims are being broadcast by word of mouth, the printed page, television, and radio at a rate so prolific that they can hardly be catalogued, let alone verified.

"Fantastic encounters with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit are reported as common place. Healings of all kinds are reported. It is not unusual to hear of striking testimonies about how God has corrected spinal injuries, lengthened legs and removed cancerous tissues in response to faith."

Reference: MacArthur, John F., Jr. The Charismatics: A Doctrinal Perspective, p. 11. Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1978.

WATCH OUT FOR THE COMING "COLOSSAL RACKETS" OF THE SPURIOUS RELIGIONS!!! DRIVE THEM AWAY FROM YOUR HOMES!!!

WORKINGMEN OF ALL COUNTRIES UNITE!!! PEASANTS AND PROFESSIONALS UNITE!!! SMASH TO IGNOMINY AND DEFEAT THE EVILS OF THESE SPURIOUS RELIGIONS!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

ELIAS IBARRA

Guam

#49 Apr 21, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
<quoted text>
The rise of Iglesia ni cristo Occultism in the Philippines on 1914 shown by its numerous chapels all over the land that were built after elections."
The winning candidate who invested on INC Chapels will definitely reimburse his/her expenses to the Public fund.
The lossing candidate will try his luck next election but eventually reimburse his expenses in his private business magical tax computation.
IGLESIA NI CRISTO bloc voting FEEDS the HUNGRY Crocodile!!!
1998,2001,2004,2007,2010, May 2013 and the presidential derby on 2016.
iglesia ni cristo = WIN
while poor Philippines open bid for Sale!!!
IsraelNOTpinas,

With or without election, the true Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo) would continue to bring glory to the Almighty God by building and buying grandiose and beautiful chapels!!! For the first quarter of 2013, more than 30 were already dedicated to God:

1. Locale of San Francisco, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon South.
2. Locale of San Jose, Ecclesiastical District of Cotabato Southeast.
3. Locale of Gulod, Calatagan, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.
4. Locale of Aguila, Ecclesiastical District of Antique.
5. Locale of Ajuy, Ecclesiastical District of Iloilo North.
6. Locale of Hinobaan, Ecclesiastical District of Negros del Sur.
7. Locale of Lipa City, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.
8. Locale of Jomalig, Jomalig Island, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon North.
9. Locale of Talagutong, Don Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Sur.
10. Locale of Pili, San Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South.
11. Locale of Camiling, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac North.
12. Locale of Sugcong, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.
13. Locale of Agoo, Ecclesiastical District of La Union.
14. Locale of Halimutoc, Lamut, Ifugao, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Vizcaya.
15. Locale of Bagong Silang, Ilagan, Ecclesiastical District of Isabela West.
16. Locale of Salvacion, Guimaras, Ecclesiastical District of Iloilo South.
17. Locale of Sta, Ana, Ecclesiastical District of Agusan del Norte.
18. Locale of Sablayan, Ecclesiastical District of Mindoro Occidental.
19. Locale of Manticao, Ecclesiastical District of Misamis Oriental.
20. Locale of Catbalogan, Ecclesiastical District of Samar South.
21. Locale of San Juan, Ecclesiastical District of Cagayan South.
22. Locale of Cabayawasan, Mangatarem, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.
23. Locale of Macrohon, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte East.
24. Locale of Ramon, Lamut, Ifugao, Ecclesiastical District of Isabela South.
25. Locale of Motiong, Ecclesiastical District of Samar South.
26. Locale of Bombon, Ecclesiastical District of Camarines Sur.
27. Locale of San Isidro, Tagum City, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Norte.
28. Locale of Libacao, Ecclesiastical District of Aklan.
29. Locale of Magallanes, Ecclesiastical District of Sorsogon.
30. Locale of Talus, Malungon, Ecclesiastical District of Cotabato South.
31. Locale of Pasay, Ecclesiastical District of Metro Manila South .

Do the spurious "Born-again" Protestant cults have what we have??? A BIG NO!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Ozzy

Catskill, NY

#50 Apr 22, 2013
A non denominational Christian author says....

"Iglesia ni Manalo is an evil cult..."
Anonymous

Quezon City, Philippines

#51 Apr 22, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>

Do the "Born-again" Protestant cults have what we have??? A BIG NO!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Yes Elias we don't have the back-up from the Corrupt Politician.

Because Bird of Prey of the Same Feather Flock together...

Why are we INC members ill mannered…?
April 1 2001 at 7:31 AM
Dr. Lucia Teen

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Rude, unjust, irresponsible, immature and ill mannered, these are the real characters of most of us INC members. In addition, we are conceited. We say that those outside of the church are evil, sinful and the like. We brag a lot about our being INC members, as if membership means righteousness. We're good, they're bad. Have we examined ourselves lately?

Last Wednesday morning, March 28, 2001, I was having a lively conversation with our locale minister. I was being offered to head the KADIWA but our conversation later included a variety of subjects. I asked him "Isn't it frustrating that despite of our "kapatiran" or love between brethren doctrine, we really don't experience it?"

I have served as officer of the church for almost more than 20 years now. My being active has brought me to locales after locales, to church districts and to the central office -- from all over Metro Manila to some far provinces in the Philippines, including Visayas. I have been an officer since childhood at the Pagsamba ng Kabataan (PNK, Children's Worship Service), the choir, then Binhi and KADIWA. I have reached a high level of faith in the INC. But I noticed that despite of our constant bragging of our "kapatiran", it really is non-existent.

There are widespread acts of injustice in the church and us officers are not only ignoring it but we ourselves are often the perpetrators. We always leave it to God to exact justice. Are we irresponsible or simply lazy? Is this what our complacency has taught us? Complacent that our salvation is near and that we don't care about anything else. We don't care about our surroundings, our fellow human beings, our society.

Speaking of society…how is our united vote lately? For the last decade, we have been throwing our support on the most notorious candidates in the Philippines. We voted for Marcos and Enrile despite of the fact that they were responsible for some of our brethrens' deaths during Martial Law. What qualifications do we really look for our candidates? Equal treatment on all religions? We voted for Estrada. On his inauguration, Mike Velarde of El Shaddai lead the prayer and followed only by other religions including ours (through Bro. Adriel Meimban). Estrada's Presidential anti-Organized Crime Task Force (PAOCTF) shot and chased 2 of our brothers after the worship service at the Central Temple. The PAOCTF operatives lost their real suspects and picked on our brethrens' instead.

I wish the church administration would share us information on how they came about on their decision on our candidates so we can defend our vote. Are we intentionally voting candidates like Estrada so the prophecy on widespread poverty will come true?

I have written these to stimulate conversations on a variety of subjects on the church. My intention is to solicit everyone's views on these subjects. I do not mean to offend anyone, but like you I am here in this church because of the truth. Now it's time to liberate ourselves.

There is one more character about us INC members that is worth noting….We are very sensitive to criticism, despite of the fact that we strongly criticize other religions. Maybe it's time to shut up and clean our ranks and try to act as the Christians we profess we are.
Anonymous

Quezon City, Philippines

#52 Apr 22, 2013
IGLESIADDAI= Iglesia and El Shaddai Combined... whahaha

GREED Enters to both Manalo and Velarde

in order to become a super power SOLO Group...

On ERAP inauguration,

Mike Velarde of El Shaddai lead the prayer and followed only by other religions including ours (through Bro. Adriel Meimban).
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#53 Apr 24, 2013
Ozzy wrote:
A non denominational Christian author says....
"Iglesia ni Manalo is an evil cult..."
Ozzy,

You mean the non-denominational who had been present in the Philippines for a very long time, and yet, their chapels are replete with empty pews???

The spurious religions are hurting because the Iglesia ni Cristo triumphs over them in all aspects because She has moved into the vacuum left by the anti-poor Catholic and Protestant cults:

“In practice, both Catholics and Protestants neglect poor of our land. The group that has significantly moved into this vacuum is the Iglesia ni Cristo…

By passing the enigma of how many members they really have, we must acknowledge that the Iglesia ni Cristo provides much that the common tao needs; a sense of belonging, of community, of being part or a successful enterprise”.

Reference: A. Leonard Tuggy & Ralph Toliver. Seeing the church in the Philippines, 1972, p.140.

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Ozzy

Catskill, NY

#54 Apr 25, 2013
Another person says about Iglesia ni Cristo...

"Iglesia ni Cristo is as insignificant as a pimple on a mosquito's ass"
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#55 Apr 25, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes Elias we don't have the back-up from the Corrupt Politician.
Because Bird of Prey of the Same Feather Flock together...
Why are we INC members ill mannered…?
April 1 2001 at 7:31 AM
Dr. Lucia Teen
----------
Rude, unjust, irresponsible, immature and ill mannered, these are the real characters of most of us INC members. In addition, we are conceited. We say that those outside of the church are evil, sinful and the like. We brag a lot about our being INC members, as if membership means righteousness. We're good, they're bad. Have we examined ourselves lately?
Last Wednesday morning, March 28, 2001, I was having a lively conversation with our locale minister. I was being offered to head the KADIWA but our conversation later included a variety of subjects. I asked him "Isn't it frustrating that despite of our "kapatiran" or love between brethren doctrine, we really don't experience it?"
I have served as officer of the church for almost more than 20 years now. My being active has brought me to locales after locales, to church districts and to the central office -- from all over Metro Manila to some far provinces in the Philippines, including Visayas. I have been an officer since childhood at the Pagsamba ng Kabataan (PNK, Children's Worship Service), the choir, then Binhi and KADIWA. I have reached a high level of faith in the INC. But I noticed that despite of our constant bragging of our "kapatiran", it really is non-existent.
There are widespread acts of injustice in the church and us officers are not only ignoring it but we ourselves are often the perpetrators. We always leave it to God to exact justice. Are we irresponsible or simply lazy? Is this what our complacency has taught us? Complacent that our salvation is near and that we don't care about anything else. We don't care about our surroundings, our fellow human beings, our society.
Speaking of society…how is our united vote lately? For the last decade, we have been throwing our support on the most notorious candidates in the Philippines. We voted for Marcos and Enrile despite of the fact that they were responsible for some of our brethrens' deaths during Martial Law. What qualifications do we really look for our candidates? Equal treatment on all religions? We voted for Estrada. On his inauguration, Mike Velarde of El Shaddai lead the prayer and followed only by other religions including ours (through Bro. Adriel Meimban). Estrada's Presidential anti-Organized Crime Task Force (PAOCTF) shot and chased 2 of our brothers after the worship service at the Central Temple. The PAOCTF operatives lost their real suspects and picked on our brethrens' instead.
I
IsraelNOTpinas,

It is very easy to tell that the alleged person is not an Iglesia ni Cristo but a fabricated personality!!! She is alleged to be a doctor and yet she claims to had been offered the office of KADIWA president!!! She declared that she served as an officer of the Church for 20 years!!! So more or less, she is 45 years old!!! What a strange KADIWA president!!! Inaamag na!!!

Nice try but has no effect at all to the Iglesia ni Cristo:
“How is it that the INC has so many palatial-churches and we see them all over the country, while ours… well, sometimes we can't even tell UCCP churches from dilapidated, wooden residential houses.”
"Worse, when we try to find models for church growth, models for church management, models for church planning, we could hardly look at our own, but turn our eyes elsewhere--to the INC."
"Perhaps, there is something about the INC,... that we are missing. Could it be that their leaders and more important, their members believe--and more than just believing, live out their faith?"
Reference: Bodegon, Joel L. The Isaiah Paradigm: Recapturing the Role of Laity, p.116)

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#56 Apr 25, 2013
Were there elections in 2011 and 2012??? A BIG NO!!! Yet, the Iglesia ni Cristo built hundreds of chapels all over the world during these years!!! No politician is needed!!! Here are some as reported for the months of September-December 2012:

1. In the Nueva Era Resettlement Project of the Iglesia ni Cristo in Veruela, Agusan del Sur, three were decicated to God.
2. Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo South.
3. Libertad, Romblon.
4. Rajal, Pangasinan East.
5. Acharon, Cotabato South.
6. Mahayahay, Misamis Occidental.
7. Liskeb, Bacnotan, La Union.
8. Pila, Laguna.
9. Bataraza, Palawan South.
10. Tiposu, Urdaneta City, Pangasinan East.
11. Bebeladan, El Nido, Palawan.
12. San Alejandro, Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecija South and
13. Payatas, Metro Manila Central.
14. Locale of Mararigue, San Manuel, Isabela West.
15. Locale of San Isidro, Rosario, Batangas.
16. Locale of Pinaod, Bulacan North.
17. Locale of Alamada, Maguindanao.
18. Locale of Mulanay, Quezon South.
19. Locale of Canda, Quezon West.
20. Locale of Sipit, Butuan, Agusan del Sur.
21. Locale of Borlan, Zamboanga Central.
22. Locale of Longa-og, Sto. Tomas, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Norte.
23. Locale of Inaban, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Vizcaya.
24. Locale of Malonoy, Dau, Ecclesiastical District of Capiz.
25. Locale of Boalan, Ecclesiastical District of Zamboanga Central.
26. Locale of Tuao, Ecclesiastical District of Cagayan South.
27. Locale of Paniqui, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac North.
28. Locale of Andres Bonifacio, Llaneras, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Ecija North.
29. Locale of Kabatuhan, Labo, Ecclesiastical District of Camarines Norte.
30. Locale of Natividad, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan.
31. Locale of Taculing, Bacolod City, Ecclesiastical District of Negros Occidental.
32. Locale of Mayngaway, San Andres, Ecclesiastical District of Catanduanes.
33. Locale of Carigara, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte East.
34. Locale of Isabel, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte West.
35. Locale of Real, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon North.
36. Locale of Jolo, Sulu, Ecclesiastical District of Zamboanga Central.
37. Locale of Tenan, Ipil, Ecclesiastical District of Zamboanga Central.
38. Locale of Washington D.C., Ecclesiastical District of Northeastern Seaboard.
39. Locale of Miami, Florida, Ecclesiastical District of Southeastern Seaboard.
40. Locale of Bamban, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac South.
41. Locale of Tangkaran, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac North.
42. Locale of Ondoy, Ibajay, Ecclesiastical District of Aklan.
43. Locale of Veruela, Ecclesiastical District of Agusan del Sur.
44. Locale of Pili, Ecclesiastical District of Camarines Sur.
45. Locale of Yumbing, Camiguin, Ecclesiastical District of Misamis Oriental.
46. Locale of San Sebastian, San Luis, Ecclesiastical District of Pampanga.
47. Locale of Dolores, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac South.
48. Locale of Pinaod, San Ildefonso, Ecclesiastical District of Bulacan North.
49. Locale of Lipa City, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas (Enlarged and renovated to accomodate new converts).
50. Locale of Bascaran, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Vizcaya.

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#57 Apr 25, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
IGLESIADDAI= Iglesia and El Shaddai Combined... whahaha
GREED Enters to both Manalo and Velarde
in order to become a super power SOLO Group...
On ERAP inauguration,
Mike Velarde of El Shaddai lead the prayer and followed only by other religions including ours (through Bro. Adriel Meimban).
IsraelNOTpinas,

You were not an Iglesia ni Cristo member!!! Have shame for you can't even answer a simple biblical question!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#58 Apr 25, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes Elias we don't have the back-up from the Corrupt Politician.
Because Bird of Prey of the Same Feather Flock together...
Why are we INC members ill mannered…?
April 1 2001 at 7:31 AM
Dr. Lucia Teen
----------
IsraelNOTpinas,

A fabricated person!!! Nice try!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#59 Apr 25, 2013
The spurious and paganistic religions from Europe and America are into deep trouble!!! No more takers of their falsities!!! Their members would rather go to the malls instead of attending their worship services and the real estate market is awash with "For Sale" signs of chapels and churches owned by them but with empty pews!!!

What did these fakes do that made them collapse at will??? First of all, only one true Church was established by Christ and not many!!! Second, our Almighty God has authorized preachers but the pseudo-preachers of the false religions just arrogate unto themselves the right to preach without commissioning from God!!!

The result is now becoming obvious!!! The Iglesia ni Cristo buys their chapels with empty pews and is expanding all over the world in a crescendo beyond imagination!!!

While the false religions become "spent candles at the bottom":

"The first decade of the 21st century is characterized by a "Great Religious Recession". Making matters worse, the economic recession in 2007 "did not drive people to religion; instead, it drove religion farther into irrelevance." (p. 82)

"In the United States for example, the Willow Creek Community Church---one of America's famous megachurches---"has suffered membership stagnation and a lack of enthusiasm among the faithful".(Ibid. p.73.)

"Even the Catholic Church has barely maintained its share of the population, mostly because immigrant Catholics offset the massive loss of U.S.-born members".(Ibid. p.20)
Reference:(Christianity After Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of New Spiritual Awakening, pp. 82, 73, 20.)

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
israelNOTpinas

Quezon City, Philippines

#60 Apr 25, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
IsraelNOTpinas,
You were not an Iglesia ni Cristo member!!! Have shame for you can't even answer a simple biblical question!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
whahaha...

My Uncle an INC deacon is 55 years old now
my Aunt, her wife is 53 years old

For 3 decades they are members of INC yet they don't know a single bible verse. either quote, either memorize.

My Daughter a 7 year old Sunday school attendee use to memorized 32 bible verse to be exact.

im glad i raised my daughter in a born-again group because compare to me when I was on her age even at the age of 30 all i know is acts 20:28Lamsa.

Being well versed in the bible doesn't mean you memorize more bible verse but it shows that you meditate the Word of God and Claim God's promises.

When my wife is sick. My daughter will quote;

Isaiah 5:5
But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.

My INC Uncle and Aunt threaten my daughter about ghost and dwarfs but my daughter doesn't believe on this evil spirits.

My daughter will quote;

James 4:7
Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.
Ozzy

Catskill, NY

#61 Apr 25, 2013
Another person says about Iglesia ni Cristo....

"Iglesia ni Cristo has brainwashed drones for followers."

And then another person says about Iglesia ni Cristo....

"Iglesia ni Cristo is a cult of lies and deceit and control. They are evil."
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#62 May 6, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
<quoted text>
whahaha...
My Uncle an INC deacon is 55 years old now
my Aunt, her wife is 53 years old
For 3 decades they are members of INC yet they don't know a single bible verse. either quote, either memorize.
My Daughter a 7 year old Sunday school attendee use to memorized 32 bible verse to be exact.
im glad i raised my daughter in a born-again group because compare to me when I was on her age even at the age of 30 all i know is acts 20:28Lamsa.
Being well versed in the bible doesn't mean you memorize more bible verse but it shows that you meditate the Word of God and Claim God's promises.
When my wife is sick. My daughter will quote;
Isaiah 5:5
But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.
My INC Uncle and Aunt threaten my daughter about ghost and dwarfs but my daughter doesn't believe on this evil spirits.
My daughter will quote;
James 4:7
Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.
IsraelNOtpinas,

Does your daughter know the meaning of being "born again in water and spirit"??? I don't think so for she is just like you, a spurious "Born-again" minister with low I.Q.!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#63 May 6, 2013
Ozzy wrote:
Another person says about Iglesia ni Cristo....
"Iglesia ni Cristo has brainwashed drones for followers."
And then another person says about Iglesia ni Cristo....
"Iglesia ni Cristo is a cult of lies and deceit and control. They are evil."
Ozzy,

It is very easy for you to fabricate and therefore, a clear case of gossipmongering!!! But mine has reference:

"That all priests do not practice all the virtues, that some have fallen into the grave and scandalous error, is a fact which no serious person could deny. From the earliest days priests have been guilty even of heresy, indeed, all the heresies of Christendom have been started and promoted by priests..."

Reference:(Whereon To Stand: What Catholics Believe And Why, pp. 240-241)

It is clear from the Catholic book that priests do not practice virtues but grave and scandalous immoralities including heresy, and all the heresies of Christendom have been started and promoted by priests!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#64 May 6, 2013
With or without election, the true Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo) would continue to bring glory to the Almighty God by building and buying grandiose and beautiful chapels!!! For the first quarter of 2013, more than 30 were already dedicated to God:

1. Locale of San Francisco, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon South.
2. Locale of San Jose, Ecclesiastical District of Cotabato Southeast.
3. Locale of Gulod, Calatagan, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.
4. Locale of Aguila, Ecclesiastical District of Antique.
5. Locale of Ajuy, Ecclesiastical District of Iloilo North.
6. Locale of Hinobaan, Ecclesiastical District of Negros del Sur.
7. Locale of Lipa City, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.
8. Locale of Jomalig, Jomalig Island, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon North.
9. Locale of Talagutong, Don Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Sur.
10. Locale of Pili, San Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South.
11. Locale of Camiling, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac North.
12. Locale of Sugcong, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.
13. Locale of Agoo, Ecclesiastical District of La Union.
14. Locale of Halimutoc, Lamut, Ifugao, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Vizcaya.
15. Locale of Bagong Silang, Ilagan, Ecclesiastical District of Isabela West.
16. Locale of Salvacion, Guimaras, Ecclesiastical District of Iloilo South.
17. Locale of Sta, Ana, Ecclesiastical District of Agusan del Norte.
18. Locale of Sablayan, Ecclesiastical District of Mindoro Occidental.
19. Locale of Manticao, Ecclesiastical District of Misamis Oriental.
20. Locale of Catbalogan, Ecclesiastical District of Samar South.
21. Locale of San Juan, Ecclesiastical District of Cagayan South.
22. Locale of Cabayawasan, Mangatarem, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.
23. Locale of Macrohon, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte East.
24. Locale of Ramon, Lamut, Ifugao, Ecclesiastical District of Isabela South.
25. Locale of Motiong, Ecclesiastical District of Samar South.
26. Locale of Bombon, Ecclesiastical District of Camarines Sur.
27. Locale of San Isidro, Tagum City, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Norte.
28. Locale of Libacao, Ecclesiastical District of Aklan.
29. Locale of Magallanes, Ecclesiastical District of Sorsogon.
30. Locale of Talus, Malungon, Ecclesiastical District of Cotabato South.
31. Locale of Pasay, Ecclesiastical District of Metro Manila South .

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#65 May 6, 2013
Grandiose and beautiful chapels built by the Iglesia ni Cristo for the month of April 2013:
1. Locale of Macatbong, Cabanatuan City, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Ecija East.
2. Locale of San Jose, Ecclesiastical District of Cagayan East.
3. Locale of Bongtodbod, Clarin, Ecclesiastical District of Bohol.
4. Locale of Malinao, Ecclesiastical District of Bukidnon.
5. Locale of Tabakuhan, Castillejos, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South.
6. Locale of Buted, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Ecija North.
7. Locale of Sibagat, Ecclesiastical District of Agusan del Sur.
8. Locale of Peñafrancia, Antipolo City, Ecclesiastical District of Rizal.
9. Locale of Naungan, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte West.
10. Locale of Bacong, Ecclesiastical District of Negros Oriental.
11. Locale of San Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.
12. Locale of Laoac, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.
13. Locale of Santa Barbara, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South.
14. Locale of Looc, Ecclesiastical District of Bohol.

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

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