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John81

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#391962 “How Stupid Can You Be?”

Posted by John81 on Yesterday, 11:23 AM

The liberal false equality crowd which hates traditional America and Christianity, and also traditional 'Christian' Europe, has largely succeeded in reforming our nations and peoples to what we have today.

 

This was their main purpose in taking over the schools and promoting mandatory public education. Real history isn't taught so our people are ignorant of the past and therefore are incapable of looking at the whole picture. With the public education system used to indoctrinate the population, our own people have been taught whites, Europeans, traditional America and Christianity are all evil, racist, bigoted, intolerant, deserving of being cast down and put away. At the same time, Islam, various other religions, and third world people groups and past "primitives" are built up as being models to follow, of having been oppressed by evil white Christians and deserving to have their day at our expense.

 

The secularization of Christianity in the West has made it easy for our people to believe that religion, including Islam, isn't that important or that big a deal. Western Christians tend to separate their religion into a separate category having little or nothing to do with the rest of their lives. The idea that Muslims actually live according to their religion as a matter of impacting their entire lives is a totally foreign concept to them. Our people don't bother reading the Bible, they certainly don't try to live by the Bible and they can't grasp that Muslims are taught their Koran at home, in their schools, in their virtually mandatory religious services attendance, and it rules their entire lives.

 

It was only a little over 70 years ago that an American president, in response to America being attacked and the potential threat of internal attack, ordered all Japanese, including Japanese who were American citizens, rounded up and placed in concentration camps. While that action today is condemned loudly by many, at the time it was considered a reasonable safety measure.

 

In our current war with Islam, the last two presidents have bent over backwards to declare America not to be a Christian nation, to downplay her European past, to declare Islam a religion of peace (if it were, there would be no reason to try and convince anyone) while constantly telling us only a tiny few Muslims are a threat and all the rest are "moderate".

 

While Canada was quick to announce the recent attacks against them were terrorist attacks, America works overtime to avoid using such terms. A "radical" Islamist in the army shoots his fellow soldiers, killing and wounding many, Obama declares this an act of workplace violence, not terrorism, and announces the attack had nothing to do with Islam.

 

America spends billions of dollars every year to fight "bullying" (typically not what most of us would consider harmful bullying) rather than teaching the bullied how to fight back using either brain or brawn. America spends some of those billions policing playgrounds so children don't get too rough, don't hold their fingers in the shape of a gun, don't play cops 'n robbers, don't play on "dangerous" toys like teeter totters or slides. More is spent on trying to prevent children from watching shows with violence and putting forth warnings even upon nature programs that might show a lion actually kills a gazelle for dinner so as not to harm fragile children's minds. Then more money is spent promoting children remaining immature, avoiding responsibility, playing all the time and always expecting others to cater to them.

 

Meanwhile, our enemies raise their children (much like our ancestors once did) to grow up, take in responsibilities, to learn of and face the realities of the world and potentials for violence, to fight their own battles, to be prepared to fight their enemies at any cost, to take their religion, nation and family seriously and be prepared to defend and fight for them.

 

We are giving away what our ancestors fought so hard for. Europe has been fighting Muslim invasion for several centuries but now are losing the battle due to allowing mass immigration of Muslims into their countries where they breed like rabbits take over whole communities with the goal of taking over the countries.

 

America is doing similar and stands to lose herself to Mexicans, Islamists, and others.

 

We are reaping what we've been sowing for several decades now and without what would be considered a radical shift to reclaiming our past views and ways, our harvest will spell the loss of our nations and a cruel future for our progeny.




#391948 Last one to post in this thread wins

Posted by John81 on Yesterday, 07:36 AM

Each new year in Christ is such a blessing! I'm thankful for all my brothers and sisters in Christ here!!




#391947 Understanding Hebrews - 3

Posted by John81 on Yesterday, 07:34 AM

Can't we stick to the topic in a Christian manner and actually have a discussion?




#391940 New Ebola Patient Found In Nyc

Posted by John81 on Yesterday, 06:46 AM

This is a doctor who handled ebola patients and was then allowed to roam around as he pleased. Wouldn't it make sense that those who treat ebola patience restrict their movements until they know if they caught the disease themselves?

 

The world is laughing and mocking our "great" healthcare system and CDC.




#391824 Hillsong’S Brian Houston Won’T Give Position On Same-Sex ‘Marriage': ‘We’...

Posted by John81 on 21 October 2014 - 05:49 PM

For this segment of christianity this is nothing new. We've seen the same sort of thing with regards to women pastors, pre-marital sex, adultery, living together unwed, and even in matters of abortion and homosexuality.

 

Really, considering how many churches today not only accept open homosexuals but even ordain open homosexuals, the fact this guy doesn't want to address the subject isn't really even news. Hillsong, Osteen and these sorts have long avoided the "tough" portions of Scripture.




#391668 Prayer For My Daughter

Posted by John81 on 18 October 2014 - 06:40 AM

Praise God for His wonderful workings! I rejoice with you for this great news.

 

My prayers continue for your daughter. May she have ears to hear and a heart to obey the calling of the Lord.




#391576 Way Of Life - Friday Church News Notes, Volume 15, Issue 42

Posted by John81 on 17 October 2014 - 07:01 AM

One of the points even well-meaning Christians often miss with regards to the unity issue is that Scripture speaks specifically of unity among born again followers of Christ. Scripture never says that followers of Christ should be in unity with the lost, or in unity with secular Christians, or in unity with Christians who are not following Christ, or in unity with unrepentant backsliding Christians.

 

Most of the calls for unity do not involve ways actual followers of Christ can be in unity. Instead, most calls for unity involve trying to get followers of Christ to yoke with the lost, with false religionists, with secular christians, and others Scripture not only doesn't tell us to be in unity with but actually tells us to separate from.

 

As with all things, we need to look first to Christ when it comes to the matter of unity. The very first question we should ask in considering matters of unity is "are they born again followers of Christ". If the answer is "no", then that should end the matter as there can be no true unity between the saved and unsaved, between light and darkness. If the answer would happen to be "yes", then there would be need to consider a few more key questions before deciding what the next step should be.

 

The main point being, for the vast majority of cases where unity is being called for, it's clearly unbiblical from the start because it involves the lost, in various forms, and therefore the idea should be readily rejected by born again followers of Christ.




#391446 Prayer For Healing

Posted by John81 on 15 October 2014 - 06:19 PM

Praying...




#391445 Last one to post in this thread wins

Posted by John81 on 15 October 2014 - 06:18 PM

This turned out to be a pretty good and peaceful day. I had a great time in prayer after dinner. Then I enjoyed some good reading time and even managed a small nap in there.




#391228 Last one to post in this thread wins

Posted by John81 on 14 October 2014 - 06:52 AM

That's a pretty big thing, calling for our Heavenly Father to help those in need.




#391214 Walking In The Spirit

Posted by John81 on 14 October 2014 - 06:46 AM

It takes decided intention, diligent effort, life long perseverance and a reliance upon the Lord to walk in the Spirit.

 

Many professing Christians choose to coast in their walk with the Lord, but the truth is, there is no coasting in this life. Either we are walking in the Spirit or we are walking in the flesh, there is no middle ground to coast upon.

 

Those who want to be "saved just enough to get to heaven but not enough to be different from others" are deceiving themselves.

 

Walking in the flesh is easy. Make no effort to walk in the Spirit and we automatically walk in the flesh. Sad to say but many Christians are content with spending most of their time walking in the flesh. The get spiritual minded for Sunday morning church but step right back into their flesh walk by the time football starts after church.

 

God calls us to a very high calling which takes diligence and perseverance which most are unwilling to put forth. We are called to be holy, for He is holy. We are called to be perfect even as He is perfect. While we can't attain perfect holiness in this life, that's the mark we are to aim for. We must walk in the Spirit before we can head for that mark.




#391171 Last one to post in this thread wins

Posted by John81 on 13 October 2014 - 06:58 PM

1 John 5:13!

1 John 5:13 King James Version

 

13 These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God.




#391169 Can we count to 50 before a Mod posts?

Posted by John81 on 13 October 2014 - 06:56 PM

Caught the Mods sleeping!!! Woo-hoo!!! :woohoo:

 

John 3:16 King James Version

 

16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.




#391129 I Am Out Of Here! Goodbye!

Posted by John81 on 13 October 2014 - 06:40 PM

John 3:16 King James Version

 

16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.




#391124 Last one to post in this thread wins

Posted by John81 on 13 October 2014 - 06:39 PM

John 3:16






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