Musician4God1611

*Independent Fundamental Baptist
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About Musician4God1611

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    I Am What I Am By The Grace Of God
  • Birthday 02/26/1989

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  • Website URL http://www.bbcdodgecity.org

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  • Gender Male
  • Location: Dodge City, Ks
  • Interests The Bible and Music
  • Are you IFB? Yes

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  • Bio When I look back and see where God has brought me from, and I look around and see where He has brought me to, and I look forward and see where He is bringing me, all I can say is Honour and Glory and Power, Praise, Adoration, and Thanks be unto my God, FOREVER!!!

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  1. A Forum Bible Study On 2 & 3 John

    I would like to point out that these are exhortations to Christians about how they should look to themselves. This is not something that we use to "be preachy" to others, this is not something we use as a spring board to exalt ourselves. This is, in a sense, a mirror. Let's keep that in mind as we examine ourselves in light of the truth.
  2. Coffee addiction

    Yes, but we all know you are strange!
  3. A Forum Bible Study On 2 & 3 John

    I'm just happy to be part of the study. And Bro Markle, My name is Joshua Middlebrooks, but everyone at my church calls me Bro. M
  4. A Forum Bible Study On 2 & 3 John

        II John I.                    Walking in Truth – II John 1:1-4, 6 V. 1 – To whom the epistle is intended (all they that have known the truth). V. 2 – The duration of truth (for ever). V. 3 – The blessing of truth (grace, mercy, peace). V. 4 – The evidence of truth (walking in truth). V. 4 – The command of truth (from Christ). V. 6 – The motive behind truth (love). V. 6 – The unchanging truth (as ye have heard from the beginning). II.                 Walking in Godly Love – II John 1:1-3, 5-6 V. 1 – The criteria of love (love in truth). V. 2-3 – The blessing of love (grace, mercy, peace). V. 5 – Love, the unchanging command (not a new commandment). V. 5 – Who we are to love (one another). V. 6 – Love explained (this is love…). V. 6 – Walk in love (this is the commandment…ye should walk in it). III.               Separating from Falsehood – II John 1:7-11 V. 7 – The abundance of deceivers. V. 7 – The identity of deceivers (antichrist). V. 8 – How we ought to respond (look to yourselves). V. 8 – What is at stake (those things which we have wrought, a full reward). V. 9 – The test of falsehood (whosoever transgresseth, abideth not in the doctrine). V. 9 – The authority of truth (he that abideth…hath both the Father and the Son). V. 10 – Keeping company with deceivers (Don’t receive him, don’t bid him God speed). V. 11 – The results of keeping company with deceivers (guilty by association).
  5. A Forum Bible Study On 2 & 3 John

    Same here! I've just been extremely busy On the plus side, I got the opportunity to lead a man and his wife to the Lord this Sunday Morning!
  6. A Forum Bible Study On 2 & 3 John

    Though I agree with NN, I would say it is specifically this: II John - "Walking in truth" (II John 1:6) I make this distinction because he makes it clear that some walk in truth and some do not, some have true doctrine and some do not, then he commands her that she should walk in it. III John - "Faithful to the Truth" (III John 1:5) They were faithful in charity and love. They were faithful to walk in truth. Diotrephes, however was only faithful to himself. In contrast, Demitrius was faithful to the truth and had good report of all men. 
  7. Hammered Dulcimer

    Just be glad it's not a piano!
  8. Conclusion to my post on other thread

    If you will look at Galatians 2:11-13 you will see that this has absolutely nothing to do with Salvation, whatsoever. Paul was telling Peter that he was wrong for fearing the circumcision and withdrawing himself from the Gentiles. And then Paul goes on to say that those "we who are Jews by nature", specifically he and Peter, know that a man is not justified by the works of the law. If Peter taught a different Gospel, Paul didn't know that.
  9. Conclusion to my post on other thread

    Yes, I have studied this particular subject in depth. You see, I lived in Pensacola, FL and worked in the construction crew. As a result, I had a lot of contact with students from Pensacola Bible Institute (Dr. Ruckmond's school). Seeing as he takes this same stand, I have had this position proposed to me several times. As a result, I had to take my Bible and find out what God says about it. Let me ask you a question, what is a dispensation?  
  10. Hammered Dulcimer

    What kind of price are you looking at Ukulelemike? I found some reasonable stuff at http://manufacturing.dustystrings.com/ and they handle everything hammered dulcimer and harp, so you can get your tuning wrench and everything.
  11. Conclusion to my post on other thread

    Sister Ronda, If you are unwilling to consider being wrong, then you are putting yourself on a level above all other humans, because all humans can be wrong. I caution you to stop and pay close attention to what has been presented, especially since a good portion of it has been presented to you by Preachers. And remember that "there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek", and "there is neither Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision, Barbarian, Scythian, bond nor free: but Christ is all, and in all." Remember, "if by grace, then is it no more of works: otherwise grace is no more grace.  But if it be of works, then is it no more grace: otherwise work is no more work." And most of all, remember, "I am the Lord, I change not". 
  12. Hammered Dulcimer

    Hey UKMike do you have a picture of it. It's been awhile since I played one. Hammered Dulcimers come in both Chromatic and Diatonic Scales. I'm guessing yours is diatonic if you got it for that price. I'll look around and see if I can find some hammers, but don't rule out Ebay.
  13. christmas blessings

    I second what OFP said. I do play fingerstyle and I flat pic. I recommend D'Addario EJ16. They are 12s and a good balanced tone that makes them perfect for fingerstyle, but if he wants to use a pic, they transition well for that. You can get them at musiciansfriend.com and right now they have some on sale for $5 dollars (they're normally $14). My recommendation, he shouldn't settle on one set style. Every style he learns can add to the others. Even if he doesn't "love" a particular style, there is merit in learning it. The file I added is a arrangement of Jesus Loves Me that I threw together one day. Bro._M_-_Jesus_Loves_Me.wav
  14. Conclusion to my post on other thread

    Ah yes. Sorry, I meant that I believe that the Bible always uses it in this way. Though I would not say that emphatically, for I have not studied every instance.
  15. Any Interest in a Forum Bible Study

    I would like to contribute Pastor Markle. I will commit to the reading schedule.