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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump in New Hampshire
« Last post by mommydi on Today at 08:18:09 AM »
We need most of the other repubs to drop out.  With just Cruz, Rubio, and Trump, ol Trump would lose.

This is why Mark Levin was hysterically calling for the others to drop out last night. After about 15 minutes of his high-pitched, nasally, hysterical rant, those of us at my little watch party turned his screeching off.  ::smile::
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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump in New Hampshire
« Last post by Texas Conservative on Today at 08:11:26 AM »
We need most of the other repubs to drop out.  With just Cruz, Rubio, and Trump, ol Trump would lose.
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Theology Forum / Re: The greatest unused power in the world today....
« Last post by grace on Today at 08:09:05 AM »
An example of prophecy in the New Testament:
Acts 21- Philip had four daughters that did prophesy.

An example of a prophet in the New Testament.:
Acts 21:10,11 Agabus had a message in it that had some revelation with it...Word of Wisdom.

The gift of prophecy would benefit the body of Christ if they would allow the Holy Spirit to manifest.

All the gifts have been misused in the past and present, but it does not nullify the truth in His Word.

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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump in New Hampshire
« Last post by crowcamp on Today at 08:06:22 AM »
Although far from a done deal, I fear Trump will be the nominee. A certain Dem victory is disaster for our country.

Cheer up, crowcamp! All is not lost!

As you giggle inside. Mommydi. Lol. .Crow you shouldn't fear Trump. He is the only one that can beat a Dem.  Once he gets the nominee and the rest of the republican party gets behind him there will be no stopping the Trump train. Bernie or Hillary will get steamed rolled.

The point I am making (along with many others)  is the rest of the Repubs will not get behind Trump. His support is capped at that approximately one third of the Repub vote. He has his fanatical base, but nothing more. Repub voters that do not support Trump now would not support him in the general election. Your premise that he is the only one that can beat a Dem is wrong. And don't go on what I have to say, research the opinion of nearly all conservative pundits. You will find the same thinking. Trump as the Repub candidate assures a Dem victory.

Compounding that dire reality, even if I and many others are wrong, Trump as president is nothing more than another lib in the White House. Yes, he does have a conservative tax plan, but that is immediately offset by his protectionist trade policies and even bigger government than we have now. This is not a matter of having an "R" or a "D", it's a matter of continuing liberal policies or turning to conservative policies. Trump is a lib. And a lib is a lib, is a lib. Suicide for our nation.
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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump in New Hampshire
« Last post by Tyler on Today at 08:02:56 AM »
"Although far from a done deal, I fear Trump will be the nominee. A certain Dem victory is disaster for our country."

"To those who say they won't vote," don't let the door hit you in the ass on your way out! I hope to survive 8 years of Obama. Trump is a breath of fresh air---and after all, as a "Presbyterian," is he not "predestine" in the will of God?
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Theology Forum / Re: The greatest unused power in the world today....
« Last post by grace on Today at 07:57:51 AM »
There is a difference between a prophet and the gift of prophecy.

The gift of prophecy has no revelation in it.  It speaks to men to edification, exhortation and comfort.

Paul tells us to desire spiritual gifts...but rather that ye may prophesy.  He also says that not all are prophets. If they were the same then Paul is contradicting himself, right? Just because the Holy Spirit manifest Himself through someone in the gift of prophecy does not make him a prophet.

A prophet is one that is called into the ministry Eph. 4:11,12.

We can all have the gift of prophecy because God wouldn't tell us to covet something we can not have.
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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump in New Hampshire
« Last post by mommydi on Today at 07:54:53 AM »
http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/election-2016/primary-forecast/south-carolina-republican/


That is hogwash.  They weighted the polls that gave Trump the biggest least to give an even bigger projected win.  Must be a Trump Campaign website.

Oh wait...it's  blog.  Nevermind.


Does this suit you better?

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/sc/south_carolina_republican_presidential_primary-4151.html
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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump in New Hampshire
« Last post by BondServant on Today at 07:40:17 AM »
http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/election-2016/primary-forecast/south-carolina-republican/


That is hogwash.  They weighted the polls that gave Trump the biggest least to give an even bigger projected win.  Must be a Trump Campaign website.

Oh wait...it's  blog.  Nevermind.
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Theology Forum / Re: The greatest unused power in the world today....
« Last post by grace on Today at 07:36:53 AM »
Prophecy is not foretelling the future.
Revelation is not mentioned in 1 Corinthians 14:3.
In 1 Cor. 14:6 ".....I shall speak to you either by revelation, or by knowledge, or by prophesying or by doctrine?" Here revelation and prophecy are given as separate and distinct from each other.


Are you a prophet or do you have the gift of prophecy?
No, Just sharing what I have learned from the Word.
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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump in New Hampshire
« Last post by Jd34 on Today at 07:33:30 AM »
Although far from a done deal, I fear Trump will be the nominee. A certain Dem victory is disaster for our country.

Cheer up, crowcamp! All is not lost!

As you giggle inside. Mommydi. Lol. .Crow you shouldn't fear Trump. He is the only one that can beat a Dem.  Once he gets the nominee and the rest of the republican party gets behind him there will be no stopping the Trump train. Bernie or Hillary will get steamed rolled.



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