BroMatt

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About BroMatt

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    Big Stick Wielder
  • Birthday 07/30/1973

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  • Gender Male
  • Location: New England
  • Interests 1) Preaching and teaching from the King James Bible.
    2) Design HTML/PHP/CSS/XHTML/HTML5 Applications.
  • Are you IFB? Yes

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  1. BroMatt added a post in a topic: A glitch?   

    Okay, will do.
  2. BroMatt added a post in a topic: A glitch?   

    Everything seems to be working as intended. The Salvation forum is open to all since salvation is not limited to IFB. I may move that forum out of there. Let me know of another member and I will check it out. Thank you.
  3. BroMatt added a post in a topic: A glitch?   

    I'm in Boston with a bunch of teens today, I'll check it out tonight to see what is going on
  4. BroMatt added a post in a topic: New member   

    Welcome to Online Baptist. I'm curious, the username that you are using is WPE3BQL. Is that random, or does that have some sort of meaning?
  5. BroMatt added a post in a topic: tapatalk issues   

    Okay, new version of Tapatalk now installed. Hopefully that will fix all the Tapatalk bugs.
  6. BroMatt added a post in a topic: Posting and Reply   

    Notifications are going out. If you are not receiving them, your email client may be blocking them or sending them to spam.
  7. BroMatt added a post in a topic: tapatalk issues   

    It is still in Beta from Tapatalk. I'll update it when tapatalk updates.
  8. BroMatt added a post in a topic: Unable post on forums, reply, or even PM   

    Is it still that way for you? 
  9. BroMatt added a post in a topic: tapatalk issues   

    Tapatalk just released a version that supports the software version we are using. I'm going to have it installed soon.
  10. BroMatt added a post in a topic: Posting and Reply   

    I apologize about the inconvenience of not being able to post or reply since yesterday. That bug should be fixed now. 
  11. BroMatt added a post in a topic: Is it just me?   

    I'm cranky, but that could be because I am really, really tired.  
  12. BroMatt added a post in a topic: Notifications   

    I'm looking into this now. Nothing in the error logs so they going out. I'll let you know what I find.
  13. BroMatt added a post in a topic: hello to all   

    ​Welcome to Online Baptist.
  14. BroMatt added a post in a topic: Testing 'Copy-Paste' from my PC   

    Above is what I got when pasting the document.
  15. BroMatt added a post in a topic: Testing 'Copy-Paste' from my PC   

    Thank You


     
    Thank is an action word, primarily used with an object. Speaking the word ‘thank’ requires at minimum a verbal communication. In the case above, the object is a pronoun [you], so all together ‘thank you’ isn’t even a formal ascent toward the individual by their name.


     
    Today ‘thank you’ has become routine, a parlor token. Just saying ‘Thank You’ does not relieve indebtedness or obligation. Thank you, far too often, is used as a passport to continue on your way. Thank you has become a point of departure without any true regard for some expense provided for your benefit. In your unconscious, you may say, “I’ve performed the necessary and I’m free to move on.”


     
    When you say ‘Thank You’ you have made an unconscious ascent that you owe someone something. If you feel the need to say thank you, then you should ask yourself, “How may I demonstrate I’m thankful.” Is there action you could or should perform to demonstrate your thanks? How have you demonstrated you are thankful?


     
    Thank you, Lord, for saving my soul

    Thank you, Lord, for making me whole

    Thank you, Lord, for giving to me

    Thy great salvation so rich and free

    Seth Sykes


     
    Are the words above just a path to exit? Are you now at ease to continue your own way without change or demonstration of this thank?


     
    “In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.”