No Nicolaitans

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  1. Thank you; we're in Georgia.
  2. I've debated on whether to post this, but it has come to the point that we need God's people to pray. We are in a dire situation in our area. I'll spare the details of everything...what has gone wrong and the neglect of our local government. Our local water source is a river, and it has basically dried up. I took our son (a few days ago) to look at the river, and in one section, it's basically only an arm's length in width with just a trickle flowing though that particular section. Our family is buying bottled water to use for cooking and drinking since there are major bans on usage. Please pray for rain for our area. Though I don't work in our local water treatment facility, my job is in water treatment, so I realize how dire the situation is. It's truly a bad situation. Thank you to all who may pray for this.
  3. Yes, it says that Christ will execute judgment. There's nothing denoting whether it's a singular one-time judgment or if he judges more than one just says that he will execute judgment.
  4. Well, the way I see it in regard to the scripture that you've referred to is this...there's nothing denoting that these are separate judgments with different time-frames, nor is there anything denoting that these judgments happen at the same time.
  5. Revelation 21:4 And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.
  6. Well, if the signal is poor, I would guess that it probably won't make a difference if you use a different phone...other than getting out of a contract. Also...just to clarify...some trafones are made to work with Verizon, and some are made to work with AT&T. There's usually a coverage map on the tracfone box telling which one it works with.
  7. No sir...not at all. It was just a silly topic with no intended direction. I will say though...I had dual intentions with the topic. 1. Just to be silly and hopefully bring a smile to someone's face. 2. On a more serious side, as I mentioned earlier...our curiosity in things can often lead to trouble.
  8. Though I personally don't like "text-talk", it does enable the one talking to convey their meaning behind what they are saying. Unfortunately, since our emoticons (here on the forum) are no longer working, I feel that I must resort to drastic measures in order to convey my intentions in what I've said so that others don't misinterpret what I"m saying. So order to show the reader that I'm "kidding", I use the "LOL" text-talk so that they don't get the wrong idea from what I'm trying to say. I don't like it, but I guess I'm just a compromiser. LOLOLOL!
  9. I use tracfone, and my wife's phone and our home phone are both with StraightTalk...which again is the same company as tracfone. I love tracfone. They recently gave me a year of free service for being with them so long. One thing to realize Rosie, is that you should try to find out which MAJOR cell phone carrier works best in your area; such as, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, etc...then choose a tracfone (or other brand) that works with that carrier's towers. In other words, different tracfones work best on different towers. I only use LG tracfones, because they use Verizon towers...which are best in our area I know it's confusing...sorry.
  10. Yes ma'am...though it pains me, that's also why I'm using text-laughs. LOLOLOL!
  11. Who? Me? LOL! Alas...human curiosity is a dangerous thing at times... You bunch of heretics!!! Tee hee...
  12. Oh no! I was so "shocked" when I saw the first one...I didn't continue reading the rest of the articles!
  13. Pastor Markle is featured in one section of today's "Friday Church News Notes". David Cloud had very nice words to say about his book. A HAPPY HOME AND A DEVOTED HUSBAND (Friday Church News Notes, October 14, 2016,,, 866-295-4143) - “Let thy fountain be blessed: and rejoice with the wife of thy youth” (Proverbs 5:18). “Live joyfully with the wife whom thou lovest all the days of the life of thy vanity which he hath given thee under the sun, all the days of thy vanity: for that is thy portion in this life, and in thy labour which thou takest under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 9:9). “In all of the realms of their marriage relationship, the husband is to rejoice and find joy with, in, through, and concerning his wife. He must not be filled with annoyance over her troublesome attributes, but must be filled with joy over her endearing qualities. He must not be regularly complaining about her faults and failures, but must be ever rejoicing over her efforts and accomplishments. He must not seek to avoid her company as much as possible, but must choose to enjoy her company. Yea, the husband must seek to make their time together upon this earth as happy and enjoyable as possible. He must live joyfully with his wife all the days of their life together. He must seek, as much as he is able, to create a happy, joyful, and enjoyable atmosphere within their marriage relationship, that he may find joy in and with his wife and that she may find joy in and with him. Let the husband then seek for ways to put a smile on his wife’s face, a bounce in her step, and a song in her heart” (Scott Markle, God’s Wisdom for Marriage and the Home, pp. 119, 120; this excellent book is available by contacting 810-378-5323 or
  14. Heretic... H - happily E - embraces R - rotten E - eccentric T - theology I - instead (of) C - Christ
  15. AH HA! You're reading this? So now the truth comes out!