User Profile: JGraham III

JGraham III

Member Since: September 22, 2010

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  • [4] June 28, 2016 at 8:51pm

    You understand nothing about prayer apparently. Why some live and some die after prayer is never cut and dried, but at least Tebow tried. When was the last time you put yourself in the public’s eye and prayed for someone?Never mind answering because we already know you wouldn’t. “Nothing fails like prayer”.. yeah right because you say so? I have seen many get healed, both instantaneously and over time because someone prayed. You haven’t because your unbelief blocks it, and you will never see or acknowledge a miracle because you don’t believe. I have prayed for the dead to rise, but have seen them stay dead. Did it hurt them? But at least I tried which is more than you have done. It is cheap and a cheap shot to sit and make snide comments about prayer when you have no understanding of how prayer works.

  • [-1] June 28, 2016 at 7:50pm

    Notyer:
    I fear our mutual friend is long on mouth and short on money. Don’t be holding yer breath.

  • [-1] June 28, 2016 at 7:48pm

    Jackson:
    Have you no shame??? Dragging a little kid into this vacuous argument you insist on propping up ad nauseam, ad infinitum? Or is she your assistant?
    It should be obvious to any with a modicum of intelligence that your positions are highly subjective and not necessarily bound by archaic beliefs such as honesty and integrity, but since your inclinations are disgustingly liberal, that comes as no surprise. Try again? At least let your assistant post the next go around?

  • [2] June 28, 2016 at 7:36pm

    Red:
    You mean to say that Sen. Reid’s brother has been posing as exercise equipment? That is downright weird, but then again we are talking about Democrats….

  • [1] June 27, 2016 at 7:53pm

    ultra:
    You are aware, are you not, that virtually all the fairy tales in Grimm’s and Hans Christian Andersen are morality tales but without Biblical influence? And not to burst your secular bubble, but secular humanism and the like are religions according to the Webster’s definition of religion. So, does your statement mean you wish to be free from yourself?

  • [-1] June 27, 2016 at 7:37pm

    Geets:
    Studies are going swimmingly, but I was wondering if there are Cliff Notes to complement the Church Fathers as they are as about as dull as dishwater to read thoroughly.
    I have taken a vacation from overt comments on this thread but have instead decided to sit back and enjoy them instead. It was overdue for a Catholic/Non Catholic story anyway and I was wondering what the editorial staff for the Blaze was up to….
    I did notice Freunlaven posted a rather lengthy one that far exceeds the 1500 character limit. Snooop1e does this as well…..what gives? Is there some special dispensation one can get in order to do this? You seem to be friends with them; can you get the low down?

  • [2] June 27, 2016 at 7:28pm

    ultra:
    Forgive me but in your claimed 80 years have you ever seen any evidence to the contrary? Please don’t cite the idiotic websites that claim to have found errors in the Scriptures; any and all of those supposed errors are due to the compiler’s lack of understanding. Intellectualizing has never proven one way or the other regarding the claim that the Bible is the Word of God. It is a matter of a person’s will (which is different than the intellect or the emotions). As the Bible claims it is the Word of God, it therefore remains for the individual to either accept (I will believe) or reject (I will not believe). It is clear what choice you have made and for an old guy (I am not that far behind you b.t.w.) I am surprised that you in so many decades of life the Good Lord has granted you, that you have failed to see His handiwork in either the Heavens or the Earth. Both are replete with evidence. “The Heavens declare the glory of God and the Firmament shows forth His handiwork.” But. oh dear that is from the “Bible”…. remember, “I will” or “I will not”…

  • [-1] June 27, 2016 at 7:09pm

    Jackson:
    Your assistant on vacation so you have to shift the blame to someone else for your absence? Its more blah blah blah from you; oh and don’t forget the ubiquitous insults as well. I guess that is what you are capable of and little else. My understanding of you goes far deeper than you may think, young middleschooler. Your view of history is skewed far more than you think mine is. Give it a rest chum and don’t you fret about whether or no I can handle your schoolboy insults.

  • June 27, 2016 at 10:30am

    Consider Jude 20 regarding prayer… When will Christians rediscover the gifts of the Spirit?

  • [-1] June 27, 2016 at 10:27am

    Geets!
    Good morning, sister! Haven’t seen you around for a while….

  • June 27, 2016 at 9:44am

    Blink:
    How would you know? In order to spot a counterfeit, one has to be intimately familiar with the genuine. You have no idea what the genuine is or even looks like, so who is demonstrating the rose colored glasses? Your insistence that Christians play by your rules and adhere to your definitions regarding spiritual matters is quite demonstration enough that you have no idea what you are talking about.

  • June 26, 2016 at 4:39pm

    INTHE:
    Any argument about whether or no Jesus would have cast a ballot is vacuous for two reasons: 1) the Word doesn’t say one way or the other, and, 2) He was not a Roman citizen and so would not have been issued a ballot, no matter how Rome handled elections. Participation in the affairs of a nation (at least this nation:) are voluntary any way, and so if you choose not to vote that is your prerogative, but I do vote and will continue to do so. Please be prepared to document any claim on “what would Jesus do?”

  • [2] June 26, 2016 at 4:22pm

    Hans:
    Far be it from me to say you don’t understand, but consider this scripture before you get to puffed up with your superior intellect: “and in them is fulfilled the prophecy of Isaiah which says: ‘by hearing you shall hear but not understand, and seeing you shall see but not perceive. For this people’s heart is waxed gross and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes they have closed, lest at any time they should see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their hearts, and should be converted and I should heal them.” (Mt 13:14 & 15).
    The trouble is the heart of many atheists, in that they do not want to hear or see or understand, but are content to find supposed error and so dismiss the Bible as being authoritative in their lives. Eyes wide shut.
    The ‘knowledge’ the atheist claims of the Bible is nothing to a Christian who may only know that “God is love” and lives it.

  • [1] June 26, 2016 at 11:57am

    The ability to quote scripture is no demonstration that the one doing the quoting understands what he is saying. The devil “quoted” scripture in one of the temptations of the Lord, but he did so out of context (intentionally) so as to deliberately mislead. So it is with many unbelievers who also quote scripture: they do so with the intention of misleading the unwary. Nikita Khrushchev allegedly could quote the entire gospel of John, but likely didn’t believe a word of it. He was an atheist, and of course had no axe to grind toward Christians….

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  • [2] June 26, 2016 at 10:33am

    I respectfully disagree with your statement regarding Christians being commanded not to vote. Commanded by whom? The Lord told us to render unto Caesar the things Caesar was due, but to render unto God His due as well. Whenever the laws of men are in conflict with those of God, we are to defer to God over men. “We ought to obey God rather than men” it says in Acts. Elsewhere Christians are to told honor the secular authorities whenever and wherever possible.
    When it came time to replace Judas Iscariot, the apostles ‘cast their lots’ that is to say they voted. Voting today for Christians has become in too many cases perhaps putting their trust in Man rather than God, and so voting with this in mind is folly, but Christians should keep their eye on the government and not go hide in a cloister somewhere and think the World will leave them alone.

  • [11] June 25, 2016 at 10:34am

    Perhaps we should put a cap on all the hot air pollution generated by the “Sky is Falling” School of Faux Atmospheric Sciences as well?

  • [32] June 25, 2016 at 10:32am

    There are a couple of sayings regarding the youth I think may apply to this ‘twerpus minorus’ and they are: “Hire a teenager while they still know everything”, and 2) “if person isn’t a liberal when they are 20, then they have no heart. But if by the age of 30, if that same person isn’t a conservative, then they have no brain” (attributed to Winston Churchill).

  • [5] June 25, 2016 at 12:21am

    “Unavailable birth control”….um…what does that look like exactly? You mean the dude couldn’t afford rubber? Or she couldn’t get cheap birth control pills? Most likely the callous attitude too many have for the sanctity of human life and the like is the reason too many resort to abortion, because contrary to the name “Planned Parenthood”, the majority of clientele don’t plan at all. And sex education that does not offer some sort of moral standard to live by, other than ‘if it feels good, do it” is only a ‘how to’ instruction session.

  • [-1] June 24, 2016 at 9:40pm

    Jackson:
    And, herein we see the basis for your baseless cheap shots and attacks on my sanity and intelligence, if you cannot see the shameful manner with which you have treated someone you don’t know from Adam’s housecat. Go bother someone else with your middle school word games.

  • June 23, 2016 at 6:20pm

    Jackson:
    You are really repeating yourself with the middle school insults. A little thing I have learned about people is that what comes out of a person’s mouth is a direct correlation of what is in that person’s heart. Insults and denigrating comments about my sanity are really a reflection on you my ‘friend’. Grow up.

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