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Catholic Forum / Re: Purgatory - Again!
« Last post by kensington on Today at 12:08:39 AM »
It's really a shame when true Born Again Spirit filled Christians need a list to tell them what is sin, and how to behave to his fellow man or their marriage.  That we would even need to check such a list is ridiculous. 

Truly Spirit filled people would know in an instant in their heart and mind if such things as these were sin or not.  I guess this is where the term... "Keeping a list and checking it twice" came from.  Oh... No... wait... that was Santa.



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Theology Forum / Re: The Rising of the Transgender Party
« Last post by AVZ on Yesterday at 10:51:28 PM »
I wonder if after this transgender issue someone will come up with a trans-species agenda.
I don't really feel human, my body tells me I am a dolphin.
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This is horrible. 

"Whatever will shake, will shake"...  We must believe.
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Catholic Forum / Re: Purgatory - Again!
« Last post by AVZ on Yesterday at 10:43:31 PM »
First y'all ask for a list and then when you get one you mock Catholics for having a list.

There are also lists in scripture. I wouldn't mock this list if I were you.

Its not like Catholics carry this list with them. But for those who want to form their consciences it is quite useful.

Notice also that this is a list of venal sins or imperfections.  This is a list of those sins which will not kill the life in Jesus in the soul. People who commit these sins will still be saved.

I am with you on this one. There is nothing wrong with having a list that can be applied to things in life we take as common.
However, I do think it is hilarious that voting for a Communist Party is a mortal sin, or having excessive tattoos.

Personally I don't think any list would need to be crossed off.
We are all guilty of all the mortal sins. Venal sins and imperfections are just oil on the fire.
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Theology Forum / Re: Greater works than these......
« Last post by AVZ on Yesterday at 10:32:12 PM »
Ah, so now it all depends on the amount of belief a person has that determines whether or not miracles happen.

So why does none of us step into a hospital and starts healing people left and right?
It is easy to blame doubt or lack of faith as an obstacle for healing, but if that's really true why is it that none here actually performs healings and miracles?

If you have "real" faith and if you have no doubt, where are your miracles?
Should you not be in the mission field and in the churches to help people? Or does the fact that you are not there say something about your own faith and doubts?

If you talk the talk you should also walk the walk.


I am in the mission field, and speak of what is happening by faith in Christ.

Maybe some day God will send me to the States as missionary, who knows.

And how many miracles do you perform? How many blind people were miraculously given sight through you?
How many lame people started walking in an instant? How many limbs grew back?
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Theology Forum / Re: Greater works than these......
« Last post by doorknocker on Yesterday at 09:09:44 PM »
Ah, so now it all depends on the amount of belief a person has that determines whether or not miracles happen.

So why does none of us step into a hospital and starts healing people left and right?
It is easy to blame doubt or lack of faith as an obstacle for healing, but if that's really true why is it that none here actually performs healings and miracles?

If you have "real" faith and if you have no doubt, where are your miracles?
Should you not be in the mission field and in the churches to help people? Or does the fact that you are not there say something about your own faith and doubts?

If you talk the talk you should also walk the walk.


I am in the mission field, and speak of what is happening by faith in Christ.

Maybe some day God will send me to the States as missionary, who knows.
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Theology Forum / Re: Greater works than these......
« Last post by AVZ on Yesterday at 08:56:54 PM »
Ah, so now it all depends on the amount of belief a person has that determines whether or not miracles happen.

So why does none of us step into a hospital and starts healing people left and right?
It is easy to blame doubt or lack of faith as an obstacle for healing, but if that's really true why is it that none here actually performs healings and miracles?

If you have "real" faith and if you have no doubt, where are your miracles?
Should you not be in the mission field and in the churches to help people? Or does the fact that you are not there say something about your own faith and doubts?

If you talk the talk you should also walk the walk.
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Oh Lord, have mercy. I just heard on TV that the death toll in Nepal is over 4000 now.
 A worthy prayer subject.
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Theology Forum / Re: The Rising of the Transgender Party
« Last post by skeeter on Yesterday at 08:02:04 PM »
Jenner told (now ex) wife about identifying as a woman

I picture myself in my marriage and my wife coming to me saying that deep inside she had a man dying to get out.  ::eek::
yikes! bleach your eyeballs out!
More like pinch myself hoping I wake up from that nightmare.
lol! your way sounds a lot safer for you, easier on the eyeballs.
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