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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump clinches nomination
« Last post by Texas Conservative on Yesterday at 04:45:51 PM »
And he won't be the antichrist like you predicted.

Trump is not supernatural, but a frustrated electorate IS powerful!

All winners of every election parade like a peacock.

Of course, Trump is not the Antichrist. As I have often posted, there shall never be this evil Antichrist that the so-called "experts" on End Times prophecy have been foisting on the unsuspecting public.

I read the very same thing in my horoscope today.  Did you write it?
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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump clinches nomination
« Last post by Star of David on Yesterday at 04:39:13 PM »
And he won't be the antichrist like you predicted.

Trump is not supernatural, but a frustrated electorate IS powerful!

All winners of every election parade like a peacock.

Of course, Trump is not the Antichrist. As I have often posted, there shall never be this evil Antichrist that the so-called "experts" on End Times prophecy have been foisting on the unsuspecting public.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Hello Fal
« Last post by Willie T on Yesterday at 04:21:05 PM »
fla.....  Where'd ya go?
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I believe you...

and it makes me so sad how many in the Body of Christ major on such minor and silly things.  ugh.

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I vote.  I have voted for the GOP candidate in all previous Presidential General Elections in which I was of legal age.

I participated in Operation Chaos in the 2008 primary.  I voted for Ron Paul in the 2012 Primary, and Rand Paul in the 2016 Primary.
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Thanks for the replies.  I actually do believe that there's nothing wrong with saying "Jesus loves you".  Let me explain; the other day, a Christian acquaintance of mine was taking me to a small group that I attend weekly.  I heard someone on the radio (a pastor) say that "Jesus loves you" isn't biblical. I asked the guy who was driving about it, and he gave reasons as to why he believes that "Jesus loves you" isn't biblical.  I got frustrated, and started sharing my point of view, but he started to talk over me, and he tried to change my perspective.

A couple days after, I decided to make a topic about this issue in order to see whether or not people here disagreed or not, and I'm glad everyone did.  I just made this topic to see what everyone thought, but played Devil's Advocate first.  Some of you may not believe me, but that's the reasoning.
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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Trump hit the magic number
« Last post by Rella on Yesterday at 04:03:28 PM »


I wouldn't be so happy if I were you.  He has something going for him, almost something supernatural. I saw it one year ago.


I posted this months ago, but it bears posting once again.

You saw something supernatural regarding Trump a year ago?

This was posted about 10 months ago.

http://beholdthemanministries.com/prophesy-donald-trump-shall-become-the-trumpet/
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I would imagine the percentage of people here that don't vote is pretty high. And because they do not vote, they probably do not participate in polls either.

I bet you are right.

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Theology Forum / Re: Is it possible for us to keep God's. ........?
« Last post by doorknocker on Yesterday at 03:51:05 PM »
Jaime---

Understood. But when you get a chance read 1 Corinthians 5:5 and 11:32--and compare translations.  The MEANING is there----that God chastens His children
so they will not perish with the world.  But SwordMaster, in order to align with his theology MUST FOCUS on the word "may".  And the word "may" is
not being used in either verse to cast doubt on the person's salvation-----but to teach the extent the Lord will go to keep us from perishing.  The one verse is literally
saying to deliver the man to Satan. Why? To bring him back to the Lord of course.  This is extreme----but it is showing that Lord is willing to go to EXTREME lengths with
some of His children to keep them from everlasting harm.

But SwordMaster's theology that someone who is "no longer abiding" has lost eternal life can only be supported by taking the verses which clearly disprove this,
and ALTERING THEM.  He has done this times without number, using the "original Greek" as his excuse to do so.  I have never had to ALTER the wording
in a verse because it teaches what it teaches. It is very clear.


Chapter 11 of 1 Corinthians is not dealing with those that have fallen away, it deals with

those who partake in an unworthy manner.

Do you really think that someone that has turned his back on God, still partakes of the body and blood

of Christ?
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Theology Forum / Re: Is it possible for us to keep God's. ........?
« Last post by Jaime on Yesterday at 03:47:18 PM »
Not arguing this instance at all Fish. I just was struck by the two posts between you two. I have no opinion who is right or wrong on this, but I do think it is pre-mature to accuse anyone of manipulating scripture when a lot of translations have done that very thing in many instances. I can find a version to support almost any stance on arguments we have had here over the years, and so can you or anyone else. I DO think as a general precept, it is always best to try and determine what the original language intended to say in a hotly contended verse. SM's claims may be BS, but I think it's a little premature to claim BS based on one version of the Bible that may or may not have a bias.
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