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About Genevanpreacher

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    Seeker of God's wisdom.
  • Birthday 10/20/1964

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    Milan, IN
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    - Studying the scriptures in the 1560 edition of the Geneva Bible and other early versions before the KJB.
    - I am a Comic strip artist.
    - I love poetry, especially dialect poetry.
    - Collector of books, and reader of such books that may edify the mind of Christ or magnify my appreciation of others minds.
    - Loving my wife and children.
    - living the life the Lord has blessed me with.
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    Born in Cincy, OH. Moved from house to house most of my life. Went to multiple schools because of moving so much. Got saved at 22 years old - afterward getting a job and meeting the woman there who introduced me to my now wife of 28 years. Am happily married to her and we have 4 children. Surrendered to preach in 1990 and did until 2014. Now in a sabbatical situation right now.

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  1. Till the NH & NE - right? That makes it not really forever doesn't it? At least in our thinking - which makes it a limited time? Hmm? Interesting.
  2. And he's obviously "not concerned enough about accuracy to point out the faulty references" either David.
  3. Ok Dave. I read each verse David quoted and I agree with his assessment. Would you like to point out the inaccuracy for me? Maybe I am missing something - or maybe it's because it's after chapter 4:1 ?
  4. Or maybe Russ got sick and doesn't have a moment from all the coughing and gagging and clearing his head that he doesn't worry too much at the moment about someone I usually agree with and have the flexibility for knowing his meanings even when he says things that you think are in error DaveW. Remember DaveW - we all have other lives than our OB life. And David is a personal friend of mine off-line, as well as Ian, and we converse quite often about things, and do understand each other. So flexibility is a trait between real friends. We don't always agree, yet we are strong enough to let each be faithful to his own convictions and be respectful of their convictions. Friendship - I love it!
  5. "Catholic" is in the titles of James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, & Jude in my Beza 1598 Textus Receptus, which the KJB is based on, printed by the Trinitarian Bible Society.
  6. Me too.
  7. Life has many parallels with this statement.
  8. Many times! That's how I recognized it in your picture. I have a large white cover edition and the normal red pocket sized edition.
  9. Trail of Blood?
  10. Once again, reading the full article, I see useless conspiratorial attitude. STAR WARS MOVIES ARE MADE BY NON-CHRISTIANS. Lower your standards a bit folks! Just because people are watching a MADE FOR ENTERTAINING movie, that IS NOT a parallel to ANYTHING Christian, it doesn't mean they are ANTI-CHRISTIAN - they are lost, not masters of the dark forces out to get Christians from believing in the Lord or perverting childrens minds. They are just visualizing a story on a movie screen. NEVER expect worldly movies or stories to reflect anything Godly or sincerely - you will always be looking over your so-called spiritual shoulder and miss what is in front of you - and you will never be let down. I went to see the movie with my whole family, and we enjoyed it. And not one of us feels like worshiping Satan or following Buddha.
  11. What can't you see MC? That the scriptures speak of the church as a whole body? The word church can be used in the singular and be speaking to the whole body of churches at the same time. There are other words that do the same thing, speaking in the singular, but meaning plural. "Doctrine" is one - it may say it in the singular, yet is speaking of the plurality of teachings. Example: Acts 2:42 - "And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers." It is spoken in the singular yet means 'all they taught', which are plural teachings.
  12. False accusations? Where? Name one at least.
  13. The scriptures say otherwise DaveW. Ephesians 1: 22 And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the church, 23 Which is his body, the fulness of him that filleth all in all. Ephesians 5: 25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it; 26 That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word, 27 That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish. You cannot call me names and say this does not say the church in a singular term and still hold any type of weight when it comes to just what the scriptures teach DaveW. Is this highlighted verse not saying that Christ gave himself for the church as a whole? SURELY you aren't going to deny the word of God over a fear of what some Catholic doctrine states about a 'universal' church!! As was stated more than once in this thread - I am not referring to the Catholic type of universal church ideology - are you guys not listening?? No, you aren't, and this is why your postings on OB are so low - you don't really care about accuracy - you just want to 'hold' to the common so-called doctrines, without any real understanding of the scriptures you use to support that doctrine. Accuracy is the most important thing in the scriptures - without it we stand on man's doctrines and not the Lord's. And if the Lord is talking about the whole body of believers in the word 'church' then let God be true and every man a liar!!!
  14. Wow Jim. This is way above your normal criticism. If you would take a breath and reread what I posted, maybe you will see just how much you are over reacting. I hope as a brother in the Lord you take the time, for I have said nothing unscriptural. If it is non-IFB then so be it. T'would be a shame for me to lean away from scripture just to show how IFB I am. By the way - that is a great verse in support of how I perceive doctrine - NOT by the will of man.