Invicta

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  1. Invicta added a post in a topic: Comment On Current Debate   

    I take it you went to school and learnt to read?
     
     Luke 21:20 ¶  And when ye shall see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that the desolation thereof is nigh. 21  Then let them which are in Judaea flee to the mountains; and let them which are in the midst of it depart out; and let not them that are in the countries enter thereinto. 22  For these be the days of vengeance, that all things which are written may be fulfilled. 
    The Abomination of Desolation, Luke tells us, was the Roman armies surrounding Jerusalem.  The days of vengeance was the result of The Jews "filling up the measure of their fathers" and murdering their Messiah.  This is what the overspreading abominations were.  Part of the vengeance on the Jews.
  2. Invicta added a post in a topic: Opinions On Atheists?   

    Old soldiers used to say  "There were no atheists in the trenches,"
  3. Invicta added a post in a topic: Comment On Current Debate   

    I don't see how you work that one out.  
    Romans 15:8  Now I say that Jesus Christ was a minister of the circumcision for the truth of God, to confirm the promises made unto the fathers: What promises but the Covenants?  Also the new covenant was for many, that word again.  Matt 26:28  For this is my blood of the new testament,(covenant) which is shed for many for the remission of sins.  Here is the word 'many' again.
     Jesus ministry to the Jews began at His Baptism.  In the midst of the week he was cut off, and his ministry exclusively to the circumcision till the gentiles in he persons of Cornelius and his family were the first gentiles to be converted and after that the ministry was to many.
     
     
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  4. Invicta added a post in a topic: U.S and the Prophets   

    I think most people outside America wouldn't see it like that.  It seems more like bands of brigands committing genocide.
  5. Invicta added a post in a topic: The Stars and Bars   

    Over here in Europe car registration plates bear the EU Flag.  In most countries in the EU this flag is compulsory.  In the UK it is only optional.  Some people  put the St Georges flag on their registration plates. Some were told they would be prosecuted as only the EU flag was allowed.  This caused somewhat of an outrage and the ruling was soon reversed.   http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-352842/Fined-having-St-George-sticker-car.html  I refuse to have any flag on my registration plate.   
    http://www.demonplates.com/news/flag-number-plates.php
     


    The 12 Star EU flag is taken from a stained glass window in Strasbourg Cathedral.  The stars represent the stars around the head of images and statues of the RC 'Mary'.  These often seen on the continent have the stars around the head and a crescent moon and a serpent under the feet.  There's your serpent again.  RCs get this image from Revelation  12:1  And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:  This, they say is 'Mary.'
     
  6. Invicta added a post in a topic: The Stars and Bars   

    Interesting.  My brother in law worked in the hospital service in the Isle of Wight.  There was a man on the island who ran a snake form where he milked the snakes for their venom.  One day he went into a hospital and said he had been bitten by a rattle snake.  He was flown in a helicopter to a hospital on the mainland, but they said if it happened again he would be charged for the helicopter as they didn't believe he would not have taken the serum.  
  7. Invicta added a post in a topic: The Stars and Bars   

    Maybe, maybe not.  Hislop says Escapulus means "the life giving serpent."   In paganism the serpent was correct when he he got Eve to eat the fruit.  He gave men knowledge. 
  8. Invicta added a post in a topic: Suggested Sacred Music by David Cloud   

    Thanks Dennis.
    David Cloud distributed this some years ago.  It is well worth repeating.  I keep telling my church that if we have songs by people like Kenrick and Townend, then youngsters are likely to look them up online and follow some similar charismatic songs, then more extgreeme ones.
  9. Invicta added a post in a topic: Atheists and delusion   

    OK, but in one of the videos, the camera panned up fp;;owing the moon lander as it took off.  Who panned the camera and who brought the film back?
  10. Invicta added a post in a topic: Baptists that came out of the Reformation   

    Not worthy of a reply
  11. Invicta added a post in a topic: The Stars and Bars   

    Oh I thought there might be some deep significance like the serpent on a pharmacists sign and on ambulances which represents Esculapius, the Roman god of medicine.
  12. Invicta added a post in a topic: The Stars and Bars   

    What is the significance of the serpent?
  13. Invicta added a post in a topic: Comment On Current Debate   

    Alimantado
    It doesn't bother me when I am called names.  Sticks and stones may hurt my bones but names will never hurt me.  I have been called a liar, a false teacher and an heretic on this site.  It doesn't bother me.  The Jesuits consider me to be an heretic so it is no wonder that those who follow their teachings do also.  
    Luke 6:22  Blessed are ye, when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of man’s sake. 23  Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy: for, behold, your reward is great in heaven: for in the like manner did their fathers unto the prophets. 
     
  14. Invicta added a post in a topic: Prayer Walking   

    At the weekend we visited a relative who is planning to train for ministry in his Baptist Church. It is a very liberal church with a woman minister, and is part of the ecumenical movement.  He doesn't agree with either, they live in a very small village and cannot afford to travel out of the village and the only alternative is the C of E. which is even worse.  They sometimes have to rely on food banks and from time to time I have sent hem a gift to help with their food bill.  Not a great amount as we are on a fairly small pension.  He does listen to me and I recently warned him that some links he put on his face book page were unscriptural.  He thanked me for the advice and stopped posting them.
    One thing he said when I visited him and his family, was that he does prayer walking.  When I asked what that involved he said they walk along streets, in twos,  praying for the street   I felt somewhat uneasy about this as I know some charismatics do this.  They also use it to pray against "territorial spirits"
    My advice will probably be that I am not for it because 1).  It is not found in the scripture and 2). there is no need as you can pray just as effectively at home.    I will probably add that is likely to be more useful if you were to be leafleting a street, or doing door to door.
    Any advice or thoughts please.
  15. Invicta added a post in a topic: Atheists and delusion   

    I mostly agree with you,but from my recollection of watching CNN at the time.  The smaller building fell before the twin towers and fropm no apparent reason.