Why Should Jesus Love Me?

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

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#475800 Jan 11, 2013
Grace Walker wrote:
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Then There are people who are not willing to let you live your life before God as you believe He is leading you. They have all the issues buttoned down and have cast-iron opinions about all of them. These people only know black and white. There are no gray areas to them. They insist you live your Christian life according to their rules and their opinions. If you insist on being free to live as God wants you to live, they will try to intimidate you and manipulate you one way or another. We must not allow them to subvert the freedom we have in Christ. Just saying :)
While I agree with you somewhat (though you do make a good point), I wonder if you see who are being harsh and agressive separate and apart from those who are not and on the defense?

Another thing that I will add is that oft times laxness and anarchy are mistaken for Freedoms. Rules are not only put in place to protect the system, but to protect us from ourselves, like the 10 Commandments. While we show that we are sinful and therefore find it difficult to keep consistently, when we sin, we turn to the Savior (Yshua Ha-Mashiach). People should bare in mind that if sin exists, the Law exists for Sin is the breaking of the Law, but the Law can't forgive us, but the Savior can.

Everyone has teh right to hear the truth. If the truth is not taught/heard, then we won't know who will accept or reject. One can disagree with civility and discuss if they choose in disagreement, so we can agree to disagree or, they may teach something vital. However there is no need for hostility and name calling. I am sometimes guilty of this yet what I don't understand is, if Christianity calls itself an Abrahamic Religion, then why does it have a problem with hebrew names? Melchezidek is in the bible, the name is Hebrew, so that would lead me to ask since we speak English, if that's the excuse, then why didn't we translate every Hebrew name in the "English bible" into the English language?

Can't get more straight forward than that.

Shalom!

Andrew (CS).

Since: Sep 12

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#475801 Jan 11, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
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I know I addressed this already but man am I disappointed with the way you have decided to portray yourself. I once thought that you had a clear mind, one who could think for himself and weight things in the balances rather than be rigidly dogmatic and pharisaical.
I really hope I'm wrong about you, but if you're just joking with me, I ask you to just cut it out RA. It isn't funny. Trust me, it is rather getting old and thin.
Andrew (CS).
WOW!!! Is this a little condemning, judgemental, highminded and vain???? RA DOES think for himself. CS, You sound like a Pharisee in this response to Red. Trust YOU????? a mere man? hahahaha..please!! You are getting a bit high and mighty for your own good. Sorry, just calling you out on your errors as well as you do others..Good day

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

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#475802 Jan 11, 2013
Dr Shrink wrote:
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God for sure is not God of confussion or you zionistic remarks
GOD OWN YOU,NOT YOU ARE GODS OWNER
Those last words of your post,is just deceiving words,and deceiving accusations
excluded are JW from any ecumenial table and work together by one table,table of argues,spirital viomits,and worship zionistic ideas and 1300 dreams of Messiah who will come to restore greedy global power from Jerusalem(leaders of own genocidal pure people)
your deceptions and lies are revealed each day in each post of yours
just humble yourselves, instead rebuking others,or correcting others
just try to ask your rabbee to help you and rebuke you properly according to New Spiritual Gods Law
Which God/god are you talking about sir? Please be specific if you don't mind for there are so many of them. I don't want to assume which god/gods you may or may not worship.

Counter_Strike.

“Become Love!”

Since: Jan 09

Nowhere/Now here

#475803 Jan 11, 2013
Seraphine wrote:
Bonsoir mon ami, my soulmate and I have asked ourselves this same question. The simple reason I believe is arrogance many Christians I feel believe they are better than other people or more superior, observe this thread for instance. How can we proclaim to stand for Christ when we blacken His name with our actions? Waht do you believe the problem is mon ami?
E bom dia para voce, meu amigo.

I believe, for starters, that what you believe is only a portion of the problem, but one of the major parts, as well. I believe the first and foremost problem is lack of love, and what you believe, indeed, coincides with what I believe, to a great extent. Let me explain, please and if you will.

I don't believe the issue is that love doesn't exists, at all. No. Rather, I believe the problem is that people have opted to live by their own definition of love rather than the definition provided us in the bible. Before I continue, allow me to share with you what I believe to be the greatest definition of love to have ever been provided us.

John 15:13
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

To continue, each and every individual has their own definition of love, whether it coincides with the dictionary's definition, or not. But, this creates problems. What's considered love by one person doesn't necessarily mean that this perception is shared by the next, or anyone else for that matter. What one person considers love, another might consider child abuse. What one calls love might be called arrogance by the next. What one deems as love might easily be construed as hatred. And this brings me to the verse I quoted.

John 15:13, as I believe, is the answer to the problem. But, like I said, many, if not most, would rather live by their own definition of love instead of what's prescribed by our anointed Savior. As I believe, if we were all to adopt this perception of love, then all our problems would, finally, come to an end. But, this perception of love involves self-sacrifice, and this is where arrogance, as you've asserted, rears its ugly head.

People claim to love others all the time and for almost no reason, so much so that the term and definition has, for the most part, lost its luster. We've become almost desensitized to the actual, pure definition. We use the term to express our feelings toward the most mediocre of subjects. But, for many, any expression of love must be profitable for self. Case in point...

When we desire to be in a relationship, this is not because it's a must we share the love we have for others, but because we must be loved. When we offer ourselves to others, in any way, this is not to profit the recipient, but to appease our need to be appreciated. Many, if not most, of us refuse to express any type of love and/or respect before we feel love and/or respect first. And the problems continue...

Above, I mentioned how love is sometimes perceived as arrogance. In this, I'm referring to correction, whether mild or sharp. One might correct another in love, but the corrected may not receive it that way. To the corrected, the corrector is arrogant and self-righteous, and it's demanded that the corrector mind their business, or desist from judging them. The corrected, in this, is more concerned about protecting their ego and/or feelings than they are the true intentions of the corrector. In the corrected's mind, the corrector exceeded the definition of love when, in fact, they haven't. And this is just one example of many.

I hate to cut this short, but I have to go. Hopefully, I can pick up where I left off, later on. Until then, I hope I've encouraged thought. Thank you for your time and consideration, nonetheless.

Until next time...

Shalowm.

Since: Sep 12

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#475804 Jan 11, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
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While I agree with you somewhat (though you do make a good point), I wonder if you see who are being harsh and agressive separate and apart from those who are not and on the defense?
Another thing that I will add is that oft times laxness and anarchy are mistaken for Freedoms. Rules are not only put in place to protect the system, but to protect us from ourselves, like the 10 Commandments. While we show that we are sinful and therefore find it difficult to keep consistently, when we sin, we turn to the Savior (Yshua Ha-Mashiach). People should bare in mind that if sin exists, the Law exists for Sin is the breaking of the Law, but the Law can't forgive us, but the Savior can.
Everyone has teh right to hear the truth. If the truth is not taught/heard, then we won't know who will accept or reject. One can disagree with civility and discuss if they choose in disagreement, so we can agree to disagree or, they may teach something vital. However there is no need for hostility and name calling. I am sometimes guilty of this yet what I don't understand is, if Christianity calls itself an Abrahamic Religion, then why does it have a problem with hebrew names? Melchezidek is in the bible, the name is Hebrew, so that would lead me to ask since we speak English, if that's the excuse, then why didn't we translate every Hebrew name in the "English bible" into the English language?
Can't get more straight forward than that.
Shalom!
Andrew (CS).
Andrew, Its not that I have a problem with Hebrew names. Its the way you accuse others of worshipping false gods if we dont call GOD/ Jesus by their hebrew names. I feel that is nonsense because God knows and see's the heart of people. It seems that something like that could be a stumbling block for others. Bibical Scholors has translated the Hebrew and Greek Words into English so we all can understand Gods Word and I personally feel that we believers should spread the love of God to unbelievers...Tell them about Jesus Christ..If you feel uncomfortable about calling JESUS by the english name them why not simply call Him Our Lord..Our Saviour...Christ...Son of God???????? I believe it was Dr. Shrink that said it best..God is NOT the author of confusion so WHY add confusion?? Jesus is the Good News of Salvation..Why cant we do what God said to do..Spread The Gospel..Not our version of it?? This applies to me also..I admit that I am just as guilty. I can admit to being wrong when I see myself causing confusion. Not everyone is going to understand The Gospel of Grace..God said He would have mercy on whom He wants to have Mercy..Not everyone will understand..We all have different paths to take and different walks to walk but what we all have is BELIEF in The Son of God..We should share that.

Since: Sep 12

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#475805 Jan 11, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
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What "LORD" is it that you love and which demonation do you attend?
I mean denomination.
CS.
demonation??? what Lord?? This is the point that I was trying to make. Dr. Shrink clearly loves GOD. Thats clear and God knows his heart..You don't. We cant judge his heart. Heaven will be full of all different DENOMINATIONS..Its called CHRISTIANITY...NOT CHURCHianity..Lets simply brag on Gods love for mankind and pray that someone will see His Love through us..Peace and Grace to you

“Runner John Green disqualified”

Since: Aug 12

4 Bible Scripture on headband

#475806 Jan 11, 2013
Good Morning everyone... how is everyone doing this morning? I will be in and out of the thread 2day as I have a lot to do.

:)

“Romans 8:1.”

Since: Aug 09

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#475807 Jan 11, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
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I know I addressed this already but man am I disappointed with the way you have decided to portray yourself. I once thought that you had a clear mind, one who could think for himself and weight things in the balances rather than be rigidly dogmatic and pharisaical.
I really hope I'm wrong about you, but if you're just joking with me, I ask you to just cut it out RA. It isn't funny. Trust me, it is rather getting old and thin.
Andrew (CS).
Wow, could you be any more self righteous and egotistically driven, believing that you're right and everyone else is wrong?

I can assure you Andrew there is nothing wrong with me and I'm not joking at all. What I said and posted I meant. Sadly you can't see in yourself what several others are seeing.

And trust me Andrew. It indeed isn't funny at all. And the one without a clear mind sure isn't me, it's you.

I'm not the one preaching to anyone that will listen telling them I have the truth and they don't, and that everyone should be listening to me, accept it, and acknowledging me for it. And I'm not the one who so self righteously pumps up his own ego by saying things like quote: "I seek the Kingdom of the Most High rather than sit on my rump waiting for it to be taught to me in church."

Here's a newsflash Andrew. You're not the only one seeking the Kingdom of God (which by the way myself and countless others have already attained through Jesus Christ).

Why not try climbing down from your self made pulpit that you're preaching your "I have the truth while everyone else is just sitting on their rump being taught lies because their church doesn't have the truth that I do" ego driven message from and try a little humility Andrew!!!

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#475808 Jan 11, 2013
Brother Lee Love wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you, Counter_Strike.
And to add to something you said to Brother Skombolis...
You've hit the nail on the head, and I've been trying, relentlessly, to expose this most troubling issue for years now!
The deceit and lies that plague Christendom began while the apostles and disciples were alive and well, in the first century! John, as recorded at 1John 5, was already attacking the heresy that our anointed Savior wasn't the son of the most High. And that's why it mentions Father, the Word, the Spirit, blood, and water, at 1John 5:7-8. John was explaining that if man's testimony isn't proof enough, then his baptism (1John 5:7) and his crucifixion (1John 5:8) should be, being two events that prove, beyond the shadow of any doubt, that he is, indeed, the son of "God!" And this wasn't the only heresy, lie, and false teaching. Just from a most erroneous and severe misunderstanding of 1John 5:7, we have the infamous doctrine of the so-called "trinity," to further prove my point.
Indeed; you're on the mark with this. the only problem is 1 John 5 is oen of the scriptures that is often called into question by scholars and based on dating, they believe it is highly dubious that it was written by John. I will have to research that more but it does seem to give one a starter-kit in trinitarianism. Not just that, but teh writing style differs from the Gospel of John. I didn't make this up. Anyone can research it for themselves and see if it makes sense or not.
Brother Lee Love wrote:
The issue is, that after time, any lie not can, but will appear as truth! In one simple example, imagine if the Church adopted the belief that 1+1+1=1. Then, they taught this belief to the next generation. Then, the next. Then, the next. Then, the next. Then, imagine almost 2,000 years later and trying to explain that 1+1+1 actually equals 3! Who are we that anyone should believe us? Are we standing at their podiums? Are we heading their services? Are we well-known, like so many other televangelists?
Televangelists are strange creatures. i witnessed one on a local channel the other day asking for contributions of faith valued at $1000. Knowing the struggles of people and seeing the ailing economy, why couldn't he ask for $5 or $10? I also understand about the 1+1+1=1 principle you just mentioned. I makes a lot of sense but I'm afraid it will purposefully escape many and just reward you with more of their harsh words.
Brother Lee Love wrote:
The other issues that couples with this one is fear and pride. People fear change. Change seems uncertain. Change, well, means change. And pride? Before any person even considers anything, at all, they must first consider the mere possibility that they're in error. This means that they'll have no other choice but to admit that they've been deceived. And not only that, but such a consideration might cause them to wonder about their own levels of intelligence, so forth and so on. Am I that gullible? Am I that easily led? Is it possible that my religious leader have been deceived, as well? And their religious leaders? And theirs?
No one would like to know they've been taken on a merry-go-round ride to hell. Many people have the utmost respect and faith in their pastor/bishop/priest. Many people enjoy their pancake socials at church, fellowship meetings, harvest, Palm Sundays and Easter celebrations. for some people, not only would this be too much to give up but they also fear being alienated by their families and friends and end up being excommunicated by their church. It's a tall ask, but it is like giving away all your possessions and following The Savior.
Brother Lee Love wrote:
There's much this goes into, but I'll stop there. I'm sure you get the gist of my point.
Until next time...
Shalowm.
100%. Thanks for sharing this BLL.

Shalom!

Andrew (CS).

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#475809 Jan 11, 2013
Brother Lee Love wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you, Counter_Strike.
And to add to something you said to Brother Skombolis...
You've hit the nail on the head, and I've been trying, relentlessly, to expose this most troubling issue for years now!
The deceit and lies that plague Christendom began while the apostles and disciples were alive and well, in the first century! John, as recorded at 1John 5, was already attacking the heresy that our anointed Savior wasn't the son of the most High. And that's why it mentions Father, the Word, the Spirit, blood, and water, at 1John 5:7-8. John was explaining that if man's testimony isn't proof enough, then his baptism (1John 5:7) and his crucifixion (1John 5:8) should be, being two events that prove, beyond the shadow of any doubt, that he is, indeed, the son of "God!" And this wasn't the only heresy, lie, and false teaching. Just from a most erroneous and severe misunderstanding of 1John 5:7, we have the infamous doctrine of the so-called "trinity," to further prove my point.
Indeed; you're on the mark with this. the only problem is 1 John 5 is oen of the scriptures that is often called into question by scholars and based on dating, they believe it is highly dubious that it was written by John. I will have to research that more but it does seem to give one a starter-kit in trinitarianism. Not just that, but the writing style differs from the Gospel of John based on my understanding of it.
Brother Lee Love wrote:
The issue is, that after time, any lie not can, but will appear as truth! In one simple example, imagine if the Church adopted the belief that 1+1+1=1. Then, they taught this belief to the next generation. Then, the next. Then, the next. Then, the next. Then, imagine almost 2,000 years later and trying to explain that 1+1+1 actually equals 3! Who are we that anyone should believe us? Are we standing at their podiums? Are we heading their services? Are we well-known, like so many other televangelists?
Televangelists are strange creatures. i witnessed one on a local channel the other day asking for contributions of faith valued at $1000. Knowing the struggles of people and seeing the ailing economy, why couldn't he ask for $5 or $10? I also understand about the 1+1+1=1 principle you just mentioned. I makes a lot of sense but I'm afraid it will purposefully escape many and just reward you with more of their harsh words.
Brother Lee Love wrote:
The other issues that couples with this one is fear and pride. People fear change. Change seems uncertain. Change, well, means change. And pride? Before any person even considers anything, at all, they must first consider the mere possibility that they're in error. This means that they'll have no other choice but to admit that they've been deceived. And not only that, but such a consideration might cause them to wonder about their own levels of intelligence, so forth and so on. Am I that gullible? Am I that easily led? Is it possible that my religious leader have been deceived, as well? And their religious leaders? And theirs?
No one would like to know they've been taken on a merry-go-round ride to the lake of fire. Many people have the utmost respect and faith in their pastor/bishop/priest. Many people enjoy their pancake socials at church, fellowship meetings, harvest, Palm Sundays and Easter celebrations. for some people, not only would this be too much to give up but they also fear being alienated by their families and friends and end up being excommunicated by their church. It's a tall ask, but it is like giving away all your possessions and following The Savior.
Brother Lee Love wrote:
There's much this goes into, but I'll stop there. I'm sure you get the gist of my point.
Until next time...
Shalowm.
100%. Thanks for sharing this BLL.

Shalom!

Andrew (CS).

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#475810 Jan 11, 2013
Seraphine wrote:
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Bonsoir mon ami, I agree with this as well, however I would like to point out that yes there are pharisees but do we as children of God observe their conduct and follow their example? Or do we follow the example of Yeshua/Iesus/Jesus? Sora and I have traveled to Yisrael/Israel many times and it is one of the most beautiful places we have seen. In regards to the hostility my advice would be to negate its influences in your life. Anger and hatred are poison to the human soul. Shalom!
I try my best to follow the example of Yashua Ha-Mashiach (barack be He) but it is a rocky, very narrow, very winding road so it isn't easy, but He told us that His path wouldn't be easy.

Also, it is not easy to negate the negative influences in my life but I would love to. We are surrounded by negative people and negative circumstances all the time, even in this thread. People will be people and each person must play their part. Many can't help being who they are unfortunately.

Shalom Seraphine.

Andrew (CS).
Dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#475811 Jan 11, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
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What "LORD" is it that you love and which demonation do you attend?
I mean denomination.
CS.
seems to me,you don't read any of my posts,only run your mouth aand your own made truth,trying to convince others of your rights not GODS BIBLE TRUTH

anyway you are fully right about christianity as worlwide churches,denominations, and sects

exist only one way and one the truth and the life through Yesus Christ
any churches on this earth or sects or denominations lead all members today to the dark ditch Mat 15;14

you are not my spiritual or divine confessor to invastibate me to what denomination I belong,

exist not need to explain you,esspecialy like yours zionistic beliefs trying rewrite Bible and having nothing to do with True Gospel

have very nice day mister CS

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#475812 Jan 11, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
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Indeed; you're on the mark with this. the only problem is 1 John 5 is oen of the scriptures that is often called into question by scholars and based on dating, they believe it is highly dubious that it was written by John. I will have to research that more but it does seem to give one a starter-kit in trinitarianism. Not just that, but the writing style differs from the Gospel of John based on my understanding of it.
<quoted text>
Televangelists are strange creatures. i witnessed one on a local channel the other day asking for contributions of faith valued at $1000. Knowing the struggles of people and seeing the ailing economy, why couldn't he ask for $5 or $10? I also understand about the 1+1+1=1 principle you just mentioned. I makes a lot of sense but I'm afraid it will purposefully escape many and just reward you with more of their harsh words.
<quoted text>
No one would like to know they've been taken on a merry-go-round ride to the lake of fire. Many people have the utmost respect and faith in their pastor/bishop/priest. Many people enjoy their pancake socials at church, fellowship meetings, harvest, Palm Sundays and Easter celebrations. for some people, not only would this be too much to give up but they also fear being alienated by their families and friends and end up being excommunicated by their church. It's a tall ask, but it is like giving away all your possessions and following The Savior.
<quoted text>
100%. Thanks for sharing this BLL.
Shalom!
Andrew (CS).
Or Like giving up their ego, pride and know it all attitude and become humble, gentle in Spirit and admit that they will never be able to do anything to earn their salvation and place ALL their trust in The Saviour of the world??? That is WHY He is called the Saviour..right? IF we could EVER be capable of earning our salvation, then Christ never would have humbled Himself and die for all mankind but somehow this doesnt seem to be enough for some people. they feel that they STILL have to finsih what Jesus Himself has finished and then there are some people who struggle with admitting that and THAT is NOT trusting nor Obeying God. They want to obey everything but this..The obedience of faith. Following the Saviour is Believing WHAT HE FINISHED on the Cross and trusting Him..not themselves and their abilities.
Dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#475813 Jan 11, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
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Which God/god are you talking about sir? Please be specific if you don't mind for there are so many of them. I don't want to assume which god/gods you may or may not worship.
Counter_Strike.
Bible God
One God YEHOVA(hebrew language G-D YHVH and One first begotten Son Yesu Christi(hebrew language Yehsu ah Ha Massiah)

Maybe inside of your head is so many,
I don't believe any, or many gods of your imagination,or trinities or gods of your claims

I told you earlier,you horibly contradict Bible and Bible truth

you mad eyour own truth and follow sermons of your faken zionistic rabbes that is all

you can worship according to your own choice, and be happy,at end you will learn true lesson whom you really worship and worshiped

have nice day

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#475814 Jan 11, 2013
Grace Walker wrote:
<quoted text>
"There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made me free from the law of sin and death.
Ms. Walker, you are correct, once you are forgiven you are free from teh Law of sin and death until you break the Commandments again and again must ask for forgiveness. Unless you're saying that once you're in "Christ" that you cannot sin. As we all know by now, the "SIN" is the Transgression of the "LAW". people sin daily, christian or otherwise.

The scripture that you quoted explained the Law of the Spirit of Life but does it say the Commandments are voided? Remember James 2:14-26 explains that faith without works is dead. Works are deeds as it Thou Shalt and Thou Shalt Not as seen in the Commandments.

Matthew 5:17-19 (KJV)

17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil.

18 For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.

19 Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.
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Fulfill is clearly not destroyed. The Law is Fulfilled (fully accomplished) when salvation is complete. That is, when His people are in His Kingdom. heaven and Earth still exists so His Law hasn't passed away.

In Revelation 22:14-15 (KJV) the Last chapter in the Bible, it says specifically:

14 Blessed are they that do his Commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.

15 For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie.
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Verse 14 is key but take not of what verse 15 says. How does it prophet anyone to say that the Commandments are done away with unless they are rebellious?

Not because we have Grace mean we also have Lawlessness, for we are all sinners who have fallen short of His glory. Imagine your city without Laws and the school your children attend without rules? What utter chaos that would be.

Shalom!

Andrew (CS).
Dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#475815 Jan 11, 2013
Grace Walker wrote:
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Andrew, Its not that I have a problem with Hebrew names. Its the way you accuse others of worshipping false gods if we dont call GOD/ Jesus by their hebrew names. I feel that is nonsense because God knows and see's the heart of people. It seems that something like that could be a stumbling block for others. Bibical Scholors has translated the Hebrew and Greek Words into English so we all can understand Gods Word and I personally feel that we believers should spread the love of God to unbelievers...Tell them about Jesus Christ..If you feel uncomfortable about calling JESUS by the english name them why not simply call Him Our Lord..Our Saviour...Christ...Son of God???????? I believe it was Dr. Shrink that said it best..God is NOT the author of confusion so WHY add confusion?? Jesus is the Good News of Salvation..Why cant we do what God said to do..Spread The Gospel..Not our version of it?? This applies to me also..I admit that I am just as guilty. I can admit to being wrong when I see myself causing confusion. Not everyone is going to understand The Gospel of Grace..God said He would have mercy on whom He wants to have Mercy..Not everyone will understand..We all have different paths to take and different walks to walk but what we all have is BELIEF in The Son of God..We should share that.
CS
is radical zionistic believer and LIAR
demanding from others to worship hebrew name of God

God names are so many how many exist humankind dna heart languages

my german heritage language of my heart is name Yesu Christi,
or Yesus Chrystus

there is no way to plant inside of my heart CS hebrew name of God,because I am born not as hebrew

CS is deceiver,and Liar,accusing others of false worship,sugesting hates agins tothers, and bambling sick nonsense

CS send rockets against own neghbor,and after damaging them he wish to them his faken shalom

CS IS TYPICAL ZIONISTIC BELIEVER AND HATER OF OTHERS RELIGIOUS
VIEWS

GW be careful this deceiver and faken rabbee
Dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#475816 Jan 11, 2013
Red Apples wrote:
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Wow, could you be any more self righteous and egotistically driven, believing that you're right and everyone else is wrong?
I can assure you Andrew there is nothing wrong with me and I'm not joking at all. What I said and posted I meant. Sadly you can't see in yourself what several others are seeing.
And trust me Andrew. It indeed isn't funny at all. And the one without a clear mind sure isn't me, it's you.
I'm not the one preaching to anyone that will listen telling them I have the truth and they don't, and that everyone should be listening to me, accept it, and acknowledging me for it. And I'm not the one who so self righteously pumps up his own ego by saying things like quote: "I seek the Kingdom of the Most High rather than sit on my rump waiting for it to be taught to me in church."
Here's a newsflash Andrew. You're not the only one seeking the Kingdom of God (which by the way myself and countless others have already attained through Jesus Christ).
Why not try climbing down from your self made pulpit that you're preaching your "I have the truth while everyone else is just sitting on their rump being taught lies because their church doesn't have the truth that I do" ego driven message from and try a little humility Andrew!!!
100% I agree with your spiritual sense

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#475817 Jan 11, 2013
Brother Lee Love wrote:
<quoted text>We've been over this before, Doctor REALITY. Do you think my answer will be different?
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Matthew 27:28
Then were there two thieves crucified with him, one on the right hand, and another on the left.
Luke 23:39-43
And one of the [thieves] which were hanged railed on him, saying, If thou be Christ, save thyself and us.
But the other answering rebuked him, saying, Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation?
And we indeed justly; for we receive the due reward of our deeds: but this man hath done nothing amiss.
And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.
And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise.
What do you know about this thief that the scriptures don't reveal? Do you know the type of life this thief lived before he got arrested? Do you know his heart? First, it's written...
Proverbs 6:30
Men do not despise a thief, if he steal to satisfy his soul when he is hungry.
Do you know why this thief stole? Do you know of his other sins, or if he had other sins?
Considering his rebuke toward the other thief, we can, at least, assume that he had some belief toward "God," even if only a little. Again, he asked and said, "Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation? And we indeed justly; for we receive the due reward of our deeds: but this man hath done nothing amiss." And just after this, he pleaded, "Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom."
Now, from what I know, it's written...
Matthew 10:32-33
Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven.
But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven.
Based on the thief's comments and plea alone, it would seem that even without our knowing how this thief lived, or what was in his heart, that our anointed Savior deemed him worthy enough to be allowed entrance into the kingdom of Glory. However, there's nothing that says that his comment and plea was enough. We know nothing else of this thief other than what's been provided us.
We've no other history of this thief other than this one incident. Nothing you say, or even opt to believe, proves that his rebuke and plea were enough to be saved.
LOL
Dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#475818 Jan 11, 2013
trifecta1 wrote:
<quoted text>iaya!..you writing worse than me, I address one writer here
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0N0LOR...
but you bring another writer in, that very confusuing. but I going to try and address you post writer.
When I say fight, I not mean jehovah's witnesses fight with fist and kick and gun, I mean fight over teachings and doctrine.
when the baptist argue with the teachings of the jehovah witness, or argument between catholic and protestans, or argument between baptist and pentecost, that not of Jesus.
that what I was telling that writer.
you not need anyone to teach you anything. Read the bible for yourself. It not matter if you think I know the bible. I read the bible for me, not you.
why you defending jehovah witness?? defend Jesus.
Jehovahs witness is just a religion. Religion is a fraud, Jesus is real.
sir
when I write about Bible and sects fights with each otehr,
I mean spiritual wars,fights with words, doctrines,and their rights,

not with knife,weapons,or axes-YOU ARE MORE DUMB BUTT AS I THOUGHT ABOUT YOU

Real Jesus doesn't exist for people living in this earthly deadly sinful realm, you sound like earthly carnal usaved human,
real Jesus exist not for you,like He doesn't exist in whole worldwide religions and christianity

“Quo Vadis”

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#475819 Jan 11, 2013
Grace Walker wrote:
<quoted text>
This isnt a game..I am not oppressed. I am a Child of God :)
Ms. Walker. Don't mean to be cynacal with you or anything, but you never really know, so one must ask; what God/god are you talking about?

Just wanna be sure.

Andrew (CS).

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