“let's do this thang!”

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#426619 Dec 13, 2012
love_spell wrote:
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what you fundies mean when you say "never were a christian...." you mean not a christurd like you.
those of us who no longer believe the myth, take this as a compliment.
'sucks to be you.......' typical christurd attitude. ya think you are going to win souls to your god?
LMAO!!!!!!!!!
this is not you, friend, you're better than this. BUT - "you can't take fire in your bossom and not get burned", as Solomon said. so be careful or you'll eventually become what you're saying and who you're agreeing with.

why won't you talk to me THIS TIME?:)

“Selected Marksman”

Since: Aug 08

Northern Virginia

#426620 Dec 13, 2012
love_spell wrote:
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calling Mr. W an 'assh_le'(who you foolin leaving the O out, your pocket god?) is judging and bearing false witness. both no-nos from your pocket god.
seeing what a crappy example of christerdom you are........why would anyone want to join the ranks!
It's OK LS...at least he didn't call me a fundie or a christer!!!

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#426621 Dec 13, 2012
water_nymph wrote:
<quoted text> I see. You're just making sh*t up again.
You're a fake. You're a pretender. You'll be treated as the idiot you are.
"making shit up"???

before there was socialism/communism & atheism there were still power mongers who used the influences that were available in order to control and murder the masses who wouldn't conform. today, we call them "liberal" of all things! how ironic!

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426622 Dec 13, 2012
waaasssuuup wrote:
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"Very few take the time to make something..."
can anyone say "EL CHEAPO!!!"
just kidding; not my style, but i couldn't resist:)
Of course you can not resist a chance to be nasty to WN. Your Jesus told you to...right???

If it is not your style...then you must have given in to the flesh...abandoned your relationship with God...I suppose. No need to repent though...your under grace...anything goes.

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#426623 Dec 13, 2012
waaasssuuup wrote:
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dude - i reject your idea of truth; we're through.....now please get over it and move on; i have:)
Dude - of course you do, because you can't justify yours, but when it comes to justifying my belief, I have.

Sounds like you are just running away, because you can't support your blatant lies.

Carry on.

“IMAGINE no religion!”

Since: Feb 09

usa

#426624 Dec 13, 2012
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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Don't put words in my mouth you dishonest asshole."God was evil" came from YOUR lip not mine...And you wonder why I have contempt for assholes for god!---YOU happen to be one of those despicable pieces of trash...by your own works, so don't point your ugly finger at me scum.
You can believe all those fairytales if you want. It just shows how out of touch you are with reality, and your posts prove what a detriment and danger you are to yourself and society.
Backbone?...YOU are the one who needs a pocket god just to survive in your mental delusion. It is YOU who has no backbone scum...so why don't you quit trying to project your miserable existence onto everyone else and grow a set of balls and face up to reality for a change...instead of being the JOKE that you are.
^5

well said!!!!!!!!!!

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426625 Dec 13, 2012
I ran across these and found them to be so true...thought I would share them and see what others think...maybe add some of our own.

Ten Cliches Christians Should Never Use
July 6, 2012 By Christian Piatt

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/christianpiatt/2...

We Christians have a remarkable talent for sticking our feet in our mouths. When searching the words most commonly associated with “Christian,” the list ain’t pretty. I think part of this can be attributed to a handful of phrases that, if stricken from our vocabulary, might make us a little more tolerable. Yes, these things may mean something to you, but trust me, non-Christians don’t share your love for these tried-and-true cliches.

So in no particular order, here are ten phrases Christians should lose with a quickness:

1.“Everything happens for a reason.” I’ve heard this said more times than I care to. I’m not sure where it came from either, but it’s definitely not in the Bible. The closest thing I can come up with is “To everything, there is a season,” but that’s not exactly the same. The fact is that faith, by definition, is not reasonable. If it could be empirically verified with facts or by using the scientific method, it wouldn’t be faith. It would be a theory. Also, consider how such a pithy phrase sounds to someone who was raped. Do you really mean to tell them there’s a reason that happened? Better to be quiet, listen and if appropriate, mourn alongside them. But don’t dismiss grief or tragedy with such a meaningless phrase.

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426626 Dec 13, 2012
2.“If you died today, do you know where you’d spend the rest of eternity?” No, I don’t, and neither do you. So stop asking such a presumptuous question as this that implies you have some insider knowledge that the rest of us don’t. And seriously, if your faith is entirely founded upon the notion of eternal fire insurance, you’re not sharing testimony; you’re peddling propaganda.

“Live Love Laugh”

Since: Aug 07

Rings of Saturn Emporium

#426627 Dec 13, 2012
waaasssuuup wrote:
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no - i was responding to w_n who was answering for you. is she allowing you to speak for yourself now or should i continue to speak to you through her?
I didn't answer 'for' him. I made a comment 'about' him.

You poor persecuted man, you.

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426628 Dec 13, 2012
3. “He/she is in a better place.” This may or may not be true. Again, we have no real way of knowing. We may believe it, but to speak with such authority about something we don’t actually know is arrogant. Plus, focusing on the passing of a loved one minimizes the grief of the people they left behind.
Huh

Dallas, TX

#426629 Dec 13, 2012
Protester wrote:
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After reading your story, it’s clear to me that you were NEVER a Christian. Here’s how I know, and it should be obvious to you too, since you stated from the beginning that you didn’t get it, that you believed different from what Christians believed. I condensed your remarks to the few that showed why (above).
While others feel guilt over their sins, and humbly seek forgiveness, you didn‘t.
You don’t seem to be a sociopath, although you never mention loving anybody but yourself, which you did admit. You don’t mention ever putting anybody else’s welfare before yours, so you’re definitely lacking something, and you do clearly admit admiring yourself from an early age. Maybe your mother drank during pregnancy, or nobody ever showed you love during your early years. I don’t think you’re hopeless, but you have to stop being arrogant, worshipping your own ego, and look at how evil you’ve been to others before you can humble yourself and see that you really NEED forgiveness.
People: If you are fooled by everybody who claims to be a Christian, you should worry about yourself, and question what else you fall for.
I believe most people who think they’re Christians aren’t, but they don’t care enough about their own future to find out.
That’s why this is NOT a Christian country, and why the younger generations are not mentally healthy and surviving.
Christians are sorry they sin, and work to change and live a Godly life. They know that Christ paid for their sins when He died on the cross.
What else are you falling for? Ministers who deceive and mislead others just enough so that they miss the truth too?
(next post)
No True Scotsman and a cut and paste!

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426630 Dec 13, 2012
4.“Can I share a little bit about my faith with you?” Too often, Christians presume we have something everyone else needs, without even knowing them first. Ask someone about their story, but maybe not the second you meet them. Christian evangelism often is the equivalent of a randy young teenager trying to get in good with his new girlfriend. When your personal agenda is more important than the humanity of the person you’re talking to, most people can sense the opportunism from a mile a way.

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426632 Dec 13, 2012
5.“You should come to church with me on Sunday.” It’s not that we should never invite people to church, but too much of the time, it’s the first thing we do when we encounter someone new. My wife, Amy, and I started a new church eight years ago, founded on the principle of “earning the right to invite.” Invest in people first. Listen to their stories. Learn their passions, their longings, and share the same about yourself. Then, after you’ve actually invested in each other, try suggesting something not related to church to help you connect on a spiritual level. If the person really gets to know you and wants to know more about why you live your life the way you do, they’ll make a point to find out. Then again, if you come off as just another opinionated, opportunistic Christian, why should they honor your predatory approach with a visit to the church that taught you how to act that way in the first place?

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426633 Dec 13, 2012
6.“Have you asked Jesus into your heart?” As many times as I’ve heard this, I still don’t really know what it means. why my heart? Why not my liver or kidneys? This also makes Christianity sound like a purely emotional experience, rather than a lifelong practice that can never entirely be realized. But yeah, asking someone if they’re engaged in a lifelong discipline to orient their lives toward Christlike compassion, love and mercy doesn’t exactly have the same ring to it.

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426634 Dec 13, 2012
7.“Do you accept Jesus as your personal lord and savior?” Again, this is not in the Bible. Anywhere. And for me, it goes against the whole Christlike notion of the suffering servant. People tried to elevate Jesus to the status of Lord, but he rejected it. So why do we keep trying? Plus, the whole idea of a lord is so antiquated, it has no real relevance to our lives today. Be more mindful of your words, and really mean what you say.

“Live Love Laugh”

Since: Aug 07

Rings of Saturn Emporium

#426635 Dec 13, 2012
waaasssuuup wrote:
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"Very few take the time to make something..."
can anyone say "EL CHEAPO!!!"
just kidding; not my style, but i couldn't resist:)
Actually, I could buy really nice scented candles for much less than I spend on supplies. But I don't give my time & energy to make gifts for unappreciative people. The people for whom I make gifts are those who know that loving hands making something special for them is a much more thoughtful gift than something that can be purchased at the mall.

When has someone made homemade jelly for you? When has someone made homemade bread for you? I do that on a fairly regular basis for the people I love and care for. It's not quite the same as buying a jar of jelly and a loaf of bread at the store, which I presume is what you'd rather have.
Huh

Dallas, TX

#426636 Dec 13, 2012
waaasssuuup wrote:
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no - i was responding to w_n who was answering for you. is she allowing you to speak for yourself now or should i continue to speak to you through her?
You must have been born on a highway because that's where most accidents happen.

“IMAGINE no religion!”

Since: Feb 09

usa

#426637 Dec 13, 2012
Nevaeh wrote:
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LOL Don't be so naive... I could tell you things about Satan that would have you running back to mommy. You wouldn't believe me anyway, so I don't... Just know... He is very real... N
it's amazing how many fundies believe in satan. how scared fundies are of him.

if one doesn't believe in your man made god being, one doesn't believe in your satan either.

are you also afraid of the easter bunny, santa, and bigfoot????

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#426638 Dec 13, 2012
8.“This could be the end of days.” This is one of my favorites. We Christians love to look for signs of the end of the world; we practically have an apocalyptic fetish. It’s like we can’t wait until everything comes to a smoldering halt so we can stand tall with that “I told you so” look on our faces, while the nonbelievers beg for mercy. Yeah, that sounds like an awesome religion you’ve got going there. Sign me up!
Huh

Dallas, TX

#426639 Dec 13, 2012
waaasssuuup wrote:
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"making shit up"???
before there was socialism/communism & atheism there were still power mongers who used the influences that were available in order to control and murder the masses who wouldn't conform. today, we call them "liberal" of all things! how ironic!
Your birth certificate is an apology letter from the condom factory.

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