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In strings here you have posted messages in strings concerning the President, with his name in the title and the article's title and you have demanded the subject has nothing to do with President Trump, in spite of the truth of the title of the string and the News Article both listing the President being listed in both titles.
Apparently you left out the qualifier for my statement which is why you misunderstood me. This is precisely what I said with the qualifier in bold. "The headline isn't even about Trump in my view. It's about people who supported him who were now being deported."
As we all can comprehend, the headline would have to say Donald Trump's name in order to denote that these people had backed Donald Trump.
 
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But you have said, perhaps in this string, not checking, that instead of reading the Bible, the very Word of the Holy God, you study sermons. As a Believer, I, like Reba, Knotical and a few others here, Passionately Love God and want to know as much of the truth as possible, that is not found in the sermons of men, it is located in the Scriptures He left for us to read, it is a love letter from Genesis through The Revelation.
No I never said that. I've never studied sermons. I'm very sorry, but somewhere you have misunderstood me.

Mr. Taylor do you have family that you spend time with?
 
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CE, you said, as I recall that you are not angered by the Abortion of Babies and sir, no Christ follower can appease themselves to the act of literally pulling a human baby into pieces so that it will pass through the cervix that is not ready to give birth. And then there are those that are burned to death with salt solution, injected into the Womb tht God made a safe place for the infant to become strong enough for survival in this world. These are very small and their skin is so tender it is translucent.

And then there is the ¿horrible one? The infant is ready to be born and is delivered as far as the back of it's head before the doctor/butcher stop te Birthing process to stab the living infant in the back, just below the skull to facilitate sucking the brains out of the infant.

But then there are the survivers of a botched abortions that are placed in a trash can and put away into a closet at the rear of the Abortion Mill to be unheard as they die.

No follower of God can contend with these horrors without complaint at the very least. You have folks on these forums that stand with you, against God but except they have their hearts broken and they repent, they will not, ever, enter into Heaven for anything more that the judgment of the Eternally Dead.
 
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Apparently you left out the qualifier for my statement which is why you misunderstood me. This is precisely what I said with the qualifier in bold. "The headline isn't even about Trump in my view. It's about people who supported him who were now being deported."
As we all can comprehend, the headline would have to say Donald Trump's name in order to denote that these people had backed Donald Trump.
No, you're wrong again because as I recall it this discussion started because you do not see in infraction against President because you have closed your eyes to it.the Headline is sensationalist as is te structure of the article. You are free to ignore the tendencies of the beast, the Human Being if you choose but it will remain a fact that most people do not read past the first two paragraphs on any given article and I notice you vrefuse to address that.

It is natural you won't because Human Nature wrecks you point of view.
 
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No I never said that. I've never studied sermons. I'm very sorry, but somewhere you have misunderstood me.

Mr. Taylor do you have family that you spend time with?
Don't concern yourself, my wife and daughter take very good care of me.
 
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No I never said that. I've never studied sermons. I'm very sorry, but somewhere you have misunderstood me.

Mr. Taylor do you have family that you spend time with?
That can, easily, be true. So tell me how many chapters a day do you study trying to search God out?
 
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CE, you said, as I recall that you are not angered by the Abortion of Babies and sir, no Christ follower can appease themselves to the act of literally pulling a human baby into pieces so that it will pass through the cervix that is not ready to give birth.
This is off topic and the Mods are not going to like it.

Yes I have said I have no righteous indignation over abortions. But I also have said that the thought of abortion brings me great sorrow. Here's why I have sorrow but no righteous indignation. If God were to ask me if I think that I would have acted differently if given to be in the same person's shoes who had had an abortion, I believe it would be vanity to claim that somehow I would have acted differently. Therefore I have only great sorrow, but no righteous indignation.
 
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No, you're wrong again because as I recall it this discussion started because you do not see in infraction against President because you have closed your eyes to it. the Headline is sensationalist as is te structure of the article. You are free to ignore the tendencies of the beast, the Human Being if you choose but it will remain a fact that most people do not read past the first two paragraphs on any given article and I notice you vrefuse to address that.

It is natural you won't because Human Nature wrecks you point of view.
Mr. Taylor, to say that I don't see an infraction against President Trump because I close my eyes to it, is simply an assertion. I'm telling you that I see no cut down to Donald Trump and I'm not lying. I don't deny that the headline can be construed as sensationalist since here we are sensationalizing it. These people backed Donald Trump and are now being deported. That's sorta sensationalism. But that does not mean there need be negative inference to President Trump... Mr. Trump is just doing what he said he would do.
 
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So tell me how many chapters a day do you study trying to search God out?
I don't search out God in scripture anymore. I verify things the Holy Spirit says through scripture and He shows me how and where to look. It used to be long ago, that I'd study the bible intensely with concordance, Lexicon, bible cross reference, etc.... But nowadays I've pretty much run out of questions to ask and am at peace with what I know.
 

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I don't search out God in scripture anymore. I verify things the Holy Spirit says through scripture and He shows me how and where to look. It used to be long ago, that I'd study the bible intensely with concordance, Lexicon, bible cross reference, etc.... But nowadays I've pretty much run out of questions to ask and am at peace with what I know.
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I don't search out God in scripture anymore. I verify things the Holy Spirit says through scripture and He shows me how and where to look. It used to be long ago, that I'd study the bible intensely with concordance, Lexicon, bible cross reference, etc.... But nowadays I've pretty much run out of questions to ask and am at peace with what I know.
That tells me that you are in serious trouble because you have lost your first love and that is a shame. The love of communing with God is not replaceable. I forget where the scripture is but there is a scripture that teaches us to return to our first love. The common meaning is crystal clear and the Spiritual meaning here is that we should not seek to change what brought us here but to hold it dear, much the same as how I regard my spouse. It would never be good to worship the book, that belongs to God but to know how to worship, we find clues buried in all of it about that very thing if we do the reading with prayer and meditation on what we have read. I pray that God with restore the lust of your heart of your heart to know him closer and closer.
 
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That tells me that you are in serious trouble because you have lost your first love and that is a shame. The love of communing with God is not replaceable. I forget where the scripture is but there is a scripture that teaches us to return to our first love. The common meaning is crystal clear and the Spiritual meaning here is that we should not seek to change what brought us here but to hold it dear, much the same as how I regard my spouse. It would never be good to worship the book, that belongs to God but to know how to worship, we find clues buried in all of it about that very thing if we do the reading with prayer and meditation on what we have read. I pray that God with restore the lust of your heart of your heart to know him closer and closer.
Whispers ,return to thy first love, it's in Revelation, where Jesus is talking to laodicea.
 
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That tells me that you are in serious trouble because you have lost your first love and that is a shame. The love of communing with God is not replaceable.
No Mr. Taylor, I did not lose my first love. Please understand that my first love was for charity and I have no love of mammon. I still love my first love as I always have. I commune with God everyday and even all day and night. God is not a book but an Eternal Living Spirit. Here Jesus testifies to the same:
Matthew 22:37-40

37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

38 This is the first and great commandment.

39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.
 
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I don't search out God in scripture anymore. I verify things the Holy Spirit says through scripture and He shows me how and where to look. It used to be long ago, that I'd study the bible intensely with concordance, Lexicon, bible cross reference, etc.... But nowadays I've pretty much run out of questions to ask and am at peace with what I know.
That explanes a lot
 
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No Mr. Taylor, I did not lose my first love. Please understand that my first love was for charity and I have no love of mammon. I still love my first love as I always have. I commune with God everyday and even all day and night. God is not a book but an Eternal Living Spirit. Here Jesus testifies to the same:
Matthew 22:37-40

37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

38 This is the first and great commandment.

39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.
Right there is the perfect example of what I commented on in your response. you responded to the natural side and I, in no fashion was on the natural but was on tyhttps://mg.mail.yahoo.com/neo/launch?.partner=sbc&.rand=6esr883htveehe spiritual, God's side. Since the Holy Spirit. K pray is and has been quenched, I pray it's only that, what I alluded to was your study of God's Word, a.k.a. Revival of oneself.
 
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