No Nicolaitans

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  1. Nope... Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that isin the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:
  2. When I shuck corn, I make a mustache out of the silks. Show me that in the Bible!
  3. I don't know how funny you meant that...but I'm laughing like crazy at that!
  4. It's not about driving; it's about "how you drive". Hopefully, you don't drive like Jehu. 2 Kings 9:20 And the watchman told, saying, He came even unto them, and cometh not again: and the driving is like the driving of Jehu the son of Nimshi; for he driveth furiously. I like warming ice cream up for 10 seconds in the microwave before I eat it. Show me that in the Bible!
  5. My only experience with Avira is on my phone. I didn't like it. Nothing wrong with it...just a personal choice. I do know that it's one of the top-rated free antiviruses, and it has great reviews too. I've used Avast for years on our WIndows computers, smart phones, and the one tablet we used to have. It has several tools that aren't available on other free antiviruses. NEVER got a virus using it... It's still on 2 of our Windows computers, but I removed it from one to try out the Bitdefender Free version. Avast recently forced a web browser that they've developed on customers. They didn't ask customers if they wanted it; they just installed it with one of their updates. That may not bother some, but it angered a lot of folks. I still say that it's one of the very best free antivirus offerings out there...but I'm liking the Bitdefender. I also removed Avast from my phone, and I'm using Sophos on it. I like it a lot too. If you don't mind an occasional pop-up trying to get you to upgrade to a paid version...then Avast is still #1 in my book...HOWEVER...though I've only used the Bitdefender free version now for about a far, so good. It's a "hands off" antivirus. You basically just install it, and let it do its thing. It's low on resources too. I'm usually more hands-on with running scans (my wife calls me "Dan the Scan Man" LOL!), but so far, it's been great. I won't make my mind up on whether I prefer it over Avast until the computer gets a virus, or I'm satisfied with it over a period of at least 6 months.
  6. Perhaps I have a warped sense of humor, and I don't know if others will appreciate this or even participate. we go... First, let me say...I hope that those who know me will realize that I mean no disrespect whatsoever towards God's word. Next, let me say...I realize that there are times; in which, proof from God's word is needed. Therefore, I realize that "show me that in the Bible" is (and can be) a needed and valid argument. Finally, let me say...While I realize that it is a valid argument, I also know and realize that it is often...indeed...VERY often justify ridiculous things. So...with that said...let's see just how ridiculous we can be! I like blowing bubbles. Show me that in the BIble!
  7. You know...the more I've thought about this...there might be something to it. When I was around 5 or 6 years old, I used to love singing this song... On the road to Portazore...Hal-le-luuuuuujah... On the road to Portazore...Hal-le-lu-u-jah. It wasn't until several years later that I heard that it was... Michael row the boat ashore...Hal-le-luuuuujah. I absolutely KNOW that I was singing the right words when I was little...but...somehow...they had been changed. Does that give reason to be conCERNed? LOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!
  8. Same ol' same for the last two months... Salad with chicken breast, one slice of wheat bread, and an apple.
  9. Are they Australians? The name sounds familiar...perhaps from some videos I viewed a couple of years ago.
  10. Finally! My bottom number was 76 today! Perhaps the extra walking is doing the trick. Thank you Lord Jesus!
  11. Understand that I didn't watch much about it, but from what I gather, it's similar to your example of the Burnstane Bears (LOL...yes, I spelled it that way on purpose) that, people "remember" certain words from it, but it actually says something else. I guess it's like people saying that the Bible says that man will have to work by the sweat of his brow. However, that's not what it actually says. I think that's called "not knowing what the Bible says" instead of some whack-a-doodle Mandela Effect nonsense.
  12. Okay...I was perusing YouTube yesterday and saw a video having to do with the Mandela Effect. It looked interesting, so I clicked on it in order to watch it. Judging by similar videos listed, this is a major thing? Never heard of it. What little I watched was ludicrous, but apparently, this supposed "Mandela Effect" is being used as some type of "proof" against the King James Bible? Are people so opposed to the KJV, that they will grasp even the most nonsensical, pie-in-the-sky, fruit loop theory in order to the truth? I guess so. What a messed up world we live in...and the poor gullible people who buy into this kind of mess simply amazes me. Poor lost souls...willing to believe matter how outlandish...but they say the Bible is a myth.
  13. Our son is being released today! Thank and praise the Lord! He and my wife are both so much better. Thank you all for your prayers. If you will...if my family happens to ever cross your mind, please continue to pray for them. son wants to type something here on my what follows is from him... Llllllllll)loom ""yuan: gfhh
  14. Now, I think that you may have received your answer(s)...and others may still yet chime in. Even so, may I do a "turnabout is fair play"? I don't remember which copy of the Geneva Bible you use, but I know there were many...including one (somewhat recently) which uses modern language. I have the 1587 Geneva Bible on my Bible program...simply because that's the only one that was offered. Do the revisions of the Geneva Bible bother you; in that, they did make changes? IF my understanding is correct, the first Geneva was done in 1557 (a New Testament), and the full edition of 1560 (Old and New Testaments) had revisions even from the New Testament done only 3 years earlier. I further understand that there were over 100 revisions to the Geneva Bible. I don't know its history, nor do I claim to...but it has undergone many more revisions than the King James. Which do you use? It can't be the 1557, because that was just the New Testament. The New Testament was changed in subsequent editions (if I'm correct). Does that not bother you that you don't use the original from 1557? Isn't the 1599 version the most popular...and it came after many revisions. Those are serious questions and not meant to stir up strife.
  15. understanding is that the "jots and tittles" are referencing the small parts that make up some of the Hebrew alphabet's letters...not the punctuation. In fact, in my further understanding, the Hebrew (nor Greek) had punctuation marks. If I'm wrong, someone please correct me. correlate "jots and tittles" to our understanding and using English as the example, it would be like someone who wanted to ensure that their orders were carried out with no misunderstanding...they would say to make sure to dot every "i" and cross every "t". The dot of the "i" and cross of the "t" being the jots and tittles so to speak. Without them, they're not those letters.