Why Should Jesus Love Me?

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#488279 Feb 14, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
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hi happy! you're like my favorite lesbo:)
.. and, you're still my favorite married, Christian rogue ..
Knowledge

United States

#488280 Feb 14, 2013
lil whispers wrote:
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When this first came on the news channel my first throught was prearranged program and as the announcement came all the holes become clear in this case.I expect it all been closed and sealed and will soon disappear or be lost.With as big as la is for all we know could have been a unclaimed body from the morgue out there cause I keep wonder why just that one cabin was not cleared and all the rest were.What ever the story I figure no one will really know.They only going to feed wondering minds what they think they want to hear.
As my dear old grandmother use to say, " it will all come out in the wash". LOL

“Runner John Green disqualified”

Since: Aug 12

4 Bible Scripture on headband

#488281 Feb 14, 2013
NoStress4me wrote:
You do not see much of that taking place here in the States, and divorce almost seems like it has become a norm. Should I sit and point out repeatedly to all of the couples that I personally know whom are remarried, that they are daily choosing to live a life of sin because they are remarried?
You know, this is another subject but I just heard that Virginia is set to strike down a 100 something year old law banning two heterosexuals from shacking up.
We believe that the Virginia law is archaic and insane but some people took marriages more seriously back then as far as it being a true commitment. The reason why there are so many divorces is because is because we let ourselves become comfortable with sin and rebellion... we are so free that we don't even know where the boundary lines end and start anymore. We've crossed over too much boundaries that the street directions are pointing all over the place... "broad is the way that lead to destruction..." not just to one's soul but to one's marriage and other things also.

dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#488282 Feb 14, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
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Agreed.
Might get back into this thread in the spring, if the tide goes out. LOL
Will be putting in 15 hour days for the next two months so I don;t have time for much.
your earthly time is almost end,
deal with it, you are not able to avoid to die like skunk

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#488283 Feb 14, 2013
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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1. scientists know we haven't got "it all figured out." Your caricature of people who understand biology and therefore accept evolution is ridiculous.
2. your statements about your religious belief are simply that: statements about religious belief. They have no evidence based value to them and therefore do not contribute to a discussion of biology.
Your understanding suffers much. The last time I checked this was not a Science Thread.

All you did here was evade my questions because you have no answers, yet you are bold enough to attempt to place science above the Most High who created it for our use.

When you stop proclaiming yourself to be smarter than the average bear, then I may feel kind enough to give you my picnic basket.

CS.

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

Since: Oct 10

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#488284 Feb 14, 2013
Juicylu wrote:
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Brilliant!
I Know JL, I Know. I fully expected that there would be thousands lining up and crowding around my ramparts to revel in such wisdom, but alas none, even not one has yet to arrive.
They must'a all wrote the address down wrong. Either that or that satana fella went an changed the street signs again.
But that's all OK. ole' Jibber an the 5 chiwawas is gonna be "highly" edgamakated.
Jibber was tell'n me he thinks it's all a government conspiracy ta try ta stop me from "light'n up" the world.
He may be right.
I may be crazy.
But it jist might be a lunatic folks is look'n for.
dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#488285 Feb 14, 2013
Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. and, you're still my favorite married, Christian rogue ..
fart
very loud

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#488286 Feb 14, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Are you going to ask me to forgive you?
At least act like a man on the internet. If you can't even pull that off I don't know how you manage real life. You come here day in and day out and insult people, making sweeping bigoted statements, lie, and act the hypocrite while calling others out for not being able to handle other people's comments and then you are going to keep whining someone not only owes you an apology but should solicit your forgiveness when you were wrong?

I was somewhat kidding when you spoke about prescribing an addictive unnecessary medication to an adult as you definitely didn't seem aware it has the adverse effect on adults. And I have seen you complain about your malpractice insurance rates and how you get rid of patients who don't follow your instructions yet have never seen you make a post indicating you personally care about your patients. It seems like you seem them as a means to an end (money) and nothing more than an annoyance and potential liability. But it is hard to know whether someone may just be venting about the negative and there is a positive. After reading you now for some time I can't imagine people having to put their health in your hands. A self-blind, hypocrite egotist with a god-complex who thinks he can judge millions of people but can't bring himself to admit when he is wrong even when it is so obvious. And not only won't admit it but will blame the other person and demand an apology.

I think I remember you saying you retired. I hope I read that anyway. I don't even want to think about how far you would go or take a medical decision instead of admitting you misdiagnosed someone or put them on the wrong path. I think you would help put someone in the ground before admitting you were wrong.

What are your faults anyway? I mean according to you? Lemme guess, sometimes you aren't patient enough with people you don't feel are as smart as you?(Skom rolls eyes)

Get a grip. Nobody owes you an apology because you lied. And you must think people are blind not to see how you try to tist things like slamming Christians for not having empathy to painting as you were simply portraying doctrine and that technically amends aren't required. Your pride and your dishonesty is quite the combination
dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#488287 Feb 14, 2013
wilderide wrote:
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I didn't say anything about "objective trust". I was asking whether faith could not be grounded on some objective evidence. Which is something any rational person would do every day. When you buy a car, would you do so based on faith alone? Or would you expect some objective evidence that, say, the seller was the legal owner of the car? Why would you expect less evidence for a life-encompassing ideology?
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Just as the spiritual experiences of every other religion strengthen their trust in faith in entirely different gods. That's exactly why objective evidence is so important. Otherwise, religion becomes an arbitrary choice, strengthened by confirmation bias.
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On the contrary, many sects of Buddhism have many gods. But why are you making an assumption that any god exists in the first place? Rationally, it's a big mistake to start off with such an a priori assumption.
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Yet doesn't Christianity assert that their God is beyond human understanding?
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Huh? They revere Jesus as an important messenger of God.
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Christianity is at war with every other religion. Indeed, Christianity is also at war with itself.
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No, it's because each religion asserts that they are right and everyone else is a heretic. Again, that is why objective evidence is essential to a pursuit of truth.
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Well, just about every ex-Christian proves that isn't true.
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Why do you assume that non-Christians pursue sinful lifestyles? For that matter, why do you seem to assume that Christians therefore do not? The are quite a large number of examples on both sides that disprove that claim.
like usual post from you is only worthy
FARTS

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#488288 Feb 14, 2013
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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/hug
Hmm.. we'll see how that goes Ms. From-you. By the way, is your name Chinese?

LOL x 10

CS.

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#488289 Feb 14, 2013
Juicylu wrote:
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Are you being serious?
Serious as 8 heart attacks, sis.

“I.Spirit.Son.God”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#488290 Feb 14, 2013
wilderide wrote:
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I didn't say anything about "objective trust". I was asking whether faith could not be grounded on some objective evidence. Which is something any rational person would do every day. When you buy a car, would you do so based on faith alone? Or would you expect some objective evidence that, say, the seller was the legal owner of the car? Why would you expect less evidence for a life-encompassing ideology?
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Just as the spiritual experiences of every other religion strengthen their trust in faith in entirely different gods. That's exactly why objective evidence is so important. Otherwise, religion becomes an arbitrary choice, strengthened by confirmation bias.
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On the contrary, many sects of Buddhism have many gods. But why are you making an assumption that any god exists in the first place? Rationally, it's a big mistake to start off with such an a priori assumption.
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Yet doesn't Christianity assert that their God is beyond human understanding?
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Huh? They revere Jesus as an important messenger of God.
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Christianity is at war with every other religion. Indeed, Christianity is also at war with itself.
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No, it's because each religion asserts that they are right and everyone else is a heretic. Again, that is why objective evidence is essential to a pursuit of truth.
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Well, just about every ex-Christian proves that isn't true.
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Why do you assume that non-Christians pursue sinful lifestyles? For that matter, why do you seem to assume that Christians therefore do not? The are quite a large number of examples on both sides that disprove that claim.
Christians will still sin, but if they really trust Jesus they will do they best not to sin. instead of running to sin, they will try and avoid sin.

An ex Christian obviously had religion, and not Jesus Christ.

Religions are always wrong, even Christianity is wrong. Jesus Christ is right.

Islam don't see needing to go through Jesus to get to Allah. But Jesus say no one can get to God except through Him. So the god muslims experience is not YHWH God, but Jesus enemy.

Jesus Christ is not beyond understanding. The bible put out a lot of God characteristics and attitudes. But the bible is only a tiny window. Humans will never fully understand a God that invent time itself and has no end or beginning.

In Buddhism it became irrational to me to think all things happen by chance. I no know what sects of buddhism you talking about that have gods, but when I was into buddhism they never teach no god.

With all the discoveries of science it just seem more and more irrational to me that some gas explode into rocks then universe came and earth then fish turn into human''''that irrational to me. you can think that rational but that no make any sense to me.

Again, no need for trust and faith if the objective exist. Only objective you have is Jesus Christ the Gospels and what Jesus promised.
You give Jesus a chance, then Jesus give you YHWH Spirit that he promise to those that believe. then you get closer to God daily.

That it. Jesus Christ is Trust and Faith. What you talking about is [objective trust and faith] which is an oxymoron. Maybe you never say objective faith and trust, but that what you looking for, and objective faith and trust is a fallacy.
dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#488291 Feb 14, 2013
wilderide wrote:
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Oh, I thought you were a Christian. So you are just an unhappy crazy person then?
BUT more happy from infected by AIDS loser like you,
I pee on your jesus(angrl of light 2 Cor 11;13-15) and your f.....by man ass happiness

“Runner John Green disqualified”

Since: Aug 12

4 Bible Scripture on headband

#488292 Feb 14, 2013
NoStress4me wrote:
Should I sit and point out repeatedly to all of the couples that I personally know whom are remarried, that they are daily choosing to live a life of sin because they are remarried? When it comes to the people that I grew up with, most of us married, yet I only have one friend that is still married to her original spouse. This is staggering and shocking to me. The interesting part is thatÂ…Her parents and my parents are the only two couples out of all of our families, that have not divorced. I personally think many place to little of value on truly living the life that Christ asked of us, as a living testimony of our faith.
I think if ones heart and mind are in the right place, then one will be directed in the appropriate way to witness against sin. But if we are not in the right place when it comes to our own lives, I find that others can tell (Christian or not) that something is off, simply in the way that we present ourselves. There is dispute on what the Bible actually says about divorce, yet Jesus himself was very clear on the subject.
ContinuedÂ….
Hopefully my previous posts responded to this part of part 1 of your original post... did you know that God is a divorcee'? Isaiah 50:1

God hates divorce... because of hardheadness, adultery, sin, children are affected... that sort of thing... but sometimes it is necessary because of marital unfaithfulness. In Israel's case, they were worshipping others gods and goddesses. The gods/goddesses they were worshipping in defiance of God... the rituals allowed them to practice homosexuality, sacrificing of babies (in our case abortions) and other types of sexual immorality. History repeats itself. This is why when you read Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations especially... you see a lot of God's judgement and vengeance going on.
Knowledge

United States

#488293 Feb 14, 2013
Juicylu wrote:
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What are the 4 movies called? Also, I agree.
They were based on the New York Times best selling book series that they made movies. You can get them on dvd Left Behind one two and three and four. I am sure that if you have access to Net Flix you could watch them. Kirk Cameron plays in the first two movies. I hope you will enjoy them. They certainly gives one something to think about, especially after reading the Bible.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#488294 Feb 14, 2013
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text>I Know JL, I Know. I fully expected that there would be thousands lining up and crowding around my ramparts to revel in such wisdom, but alas none, even not one has yet to arrive.
They must'a all wrote the address down wrong. Either that or that satana fella went an changed the street signs again.
But that's all OK. ole' Jibber an the 5 chiwawas is gonna be "highly" edgamakated.
Jibber was tell'n me he thinks it's all a government conspiracy ta try ta stop me from "light'n up" the world.
He may be right.
I may be crazy.
But it jist might be a lunatic folks is look'n for.
LOL

I hear ya. It definitely must be a problem with their Onstar system or something! I am shocked their aren't people lined up around my block waiting to hear my advice!

My sponsor used to always tell me "nobody cares about your opinion. You wanna think about something, think about staying sober"

In retrospect he wasn't a lot of fun! lOL. Although I picked him cause he was a no nonsense kind of guy. But still, to stifle my genius insights? That's criminal! I feel your pain on people having the wrong directions!

BTw, I have been seeing a lot of Billy Joel references lately!

All right, wasted all my time..gotta run

Have a good one BT and everyone else

(T) Peace

“Quo Vadis”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#488295 Feb 14, 2013
Seraphine wrote:
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Bonsoir mon ami, if no person will apologize to you for the way you have been treated then I will. I am sorry for the way you are being treated, my heart and my soul take no joy in this. It is wrong for any person to be attacked or vilified for their belief system. We have spoken in the past, I hope you remember me. We spoke of music. When an injustice is done the wronged person must be forgiven as I have said numerous time our actions are defined by our words, again I am sorry for this and if you need to vent then I am here to listen.
Huh? What the.....
What.....!

This fellow IANS believed he could just come in here and scattle people like they are lost sheep in a pasture. They when he throw blows and realized he was not willingly given the other cheek, he started to come apart at the seems.

I considered giving him and olive branch but realized I only had a sword to over, so I offered him nothing... but it depends on him. I'm willing to treat him fairly if he decides to play nice.

I've always said he was smart, but always overzealous and there is much fear in his words. That's not good and can make for volatile interaction with others....especially a supposed sheep like me with big horns.

I will accept his humble apology and offer mine as well.

:)

Shalom Seraphine.

Andrew (CS).
Knowledge

United States

#488296 Feb 14, 2013
Epiphany2 wrote:
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Thanks for sharing your Out of body experience...My Mother in law had one. She had a massive heart attack...And said she went down this long tunnel and her Dad was waiting for her...She was so happy and hugged him...but he had a envelope in his hand and gave it to her. She opened it and it was her day of death. She told me "What is today?"...I told her...Then she said "I won't die today...but I will tomorrow"....And the next Morning she did pass on...We have always treasured that story to share with our family.
God Bless You....
I believe all things happen for a reason. Experiences like that are to share with others for hope, and makes our faith stronger....God bless.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#488297 Feb 14, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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They do it to atheists, too.
And in both cases, it's worse than just depersonalization. It's demonization.
Gays and atheists are abnormal, immoral, dangerous, corrupt abominations - threats to wholesome family and community life, and fit to be cast into hell to suffer forever with literal demons.
And look at how many of the Christians are outraged that we might resist that.
.. it's fanatic, prejudiced believers like C_S, Dr. Shrink & Trifecta that want free-thinkers like yourself, Catcher, Aero and Oscar to become invisible ..

.. sadly, they make it difficult for moral Christians to speak out because radical believers are schoolyard bullies who resort to unethical behavior. By turning the other cheek to avoid a confrontation, they encourage the likes of Dr. Shrink ..

.. if mankind wants a safer, better world, gays and atheists must clasp hands with moral believers who endorse human rights. We are not the enemy ..

.. we must encourage the moral believers to speak out against injustices. That's what Jesus would have done ..

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#488298 Feb 14, 2013
DOES THE BIBLE TEACH TO MAKE AMENDS TO THOSE WE HAVE HURT?

YES

Proverbs 14:9
Fools mock at making amends for sin, but goodwill is found among the upright.

I don't have time to do a whole study and obviously saying we don't need to make amends because we can just ask the sky for forgiveness is not simply stating doctrine but implying Christians lack empathy. And it wouldn't even be stating doctrine correct

Plus nobody can read the teachings of Christ and walk away thinking we shouldn't care about the other person so long as we are forgiven by God. However loving someone doesn't require us to turn a blind eye to what's right

I will post more on this later

(T) Peace

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