BioSaved at age of 17. 4 years U.S. Marine Corps. 2 years of Bible college at Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College San Dimas, CA. (now Heartland Baptist College in Oklahoma City) 4 children, one deceased. Unmarried for the last 19 years. Active in ministry as sound/video man, door-to-door soul winning, janitorial, and youth ministry aid.
Location: Roseburg, OR
InterestsBible study/discussion, fishing, hunting, hiking, playing games (cards, board, online, or console), and reading.
Celebrating an A on my MTH 243 Probabilities and Statistics mid-term with 14 oz Rib Eye (rare), large baker potato loaded, fresh from home garden yellow neck squash, sliced beefsteak tomatoes from garden, and a spinach/banana/strawberry/coconut milk smoothie (don't knock it till you have tried it!).
This is a direct quote from the video Beth Moore's "Vision" concerning the Roman Catholic Church. Doesn't sound very embracing to me. I know that the true church of God is made up of people of every race and tongue, (Revelation 5:9) but I also know that God is a God of truth and holiness and he would not include a “church” which preaches a false gospel. In fact we have a Bible in our hands because of the faithful Christian martyrs that stood against the Roman Catholic church. The Roman Catholic church preaches a false and soul damning gospel, and it is still the very same gospel which the Protestant reformers fought against in the Middle ages. I have always said that the teaching of the Catholic Mass would be enough for it to qualify it as a false gospel. Why? Because they teach as their official doctrine that their Catholic Mass satisfies the justice of God for sins committed against him. That false teaching totally undermines the truth that Jesus Christ already justified the believer by his own blood. That is the very center and heart of the gospel (good news) about Jesus Christ. If you replace that Biblical truth with the LIE of the Catholic Mass you have another gospel, which is NOT a gospel (good news) at all.
When I have been in this condition (more often than I would like to admit as a bachelor) I have found the best ways to pull me out of it is: 1. Visit members or people in the hospital or nursing homes. Seeing their struggles first hand makes me so thankful for my own petty issues that I come away blessed because of them. 2. Lead someone to the Lord. Nothing re-energizes your soul better than that! Bro. Garry
Hello. I have a close acquaintance who loves Beth Moore's studies. I have never heard of her. Can anyone who has actually read/heard her studies give me a review. I would like to hear first hand from someone who has actually read her book/books not 2nd hand from what others may have said. Thanks! Bro. Garry
I guess to me after 40 years of bible reading and study I consider pretty much anything about the life of David to be 'baby christian' stuff, and the incongruity of having a young and beautiful virgin prescribed to treat David's lack of body heat in his old age made that name stick with me. Good job Ukulelemike! Please ask another trivia question! If Ukulelemike doesn't ask one by the end of the week could you ask one Rebecca?
Good answers, but not what I was looking for. This person's purpose was literally to keep a person warm at night while they slept because they were too cold, just like an electric blanket. Care to try again Rebecca?
Country style pork ribs for the barbecue tonight, with sweet corn and a walla walla sweet onion also grilled on the barbecue, fresh picked Swiss chard from my garden, watermelon, and sun tea (unsweetened). Peach cobbler from fresh local u-pick Alberta peaches.