User Profile: abwehragent

abwehragent

Member Since: February 24, 2011

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  • [38] June 10, 2016 at 5:23pm

    This sort of action takes place far too often across the country. Officers in a hurry to make a collar get sloppy in their police work, and an innocent senior citizen loses his life. Whatever the outcome will never bring this man back to the wife who loves him. Expect the thin blue line to close ranks if at all possible.

    Mind you, I have a deep respect for the law, enforcement types and the judicial system. Yet it is past time to expect more of those pledged to protect and serve.

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  • January 5, 2016 at 10:17am

    Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

  • January 5, 2016 at 10:17am

    Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

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  • [-3] January 5, 2016 at 10:17am

    Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

  • [-3] January 5, 2016 at 10:16am

    If poverty is a blessing and wealth is a curse, then in seeking to have anything in your personal life you are working counter to the will of God. Can you not see how phony and hypocritical that is? Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

  • [6] January 5, 2016 at 10:15am

    And business is somehow a dirty word, simply because a follower of Christ uses it? How hypocritical can a person be? Did you not know that I must be about My Father’s business
    Luke 2:49 (NKJV) Our “business” simply happens to be souls, and the world’s assets should be used toward that end.

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  • January 5, 2016 at 10:13am

    Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

  • [-1] January 5, 2016 at 10:12am

    Spoken like a genuine expert on Scripture. Your hypocrisy is clearly visible.

  • [3] January 5, 2016 at 10:12am

    Any person believing a Christian should be impoverished is foolish at best. A man who is broke cannot help out another man who is broke. Our pastor’s ministry gives above 10% to other ministries beyond what goes for our own churches. The church gives 10% plus as well. Full accountability. Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

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  • January 5, 2016 at 10:09am

    Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. Anything less than an intercontinental will get you halfway across the ocean only– we want our pastor back. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

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  • [-2] January 5, 2016 at 10:08am

    There were no boat lines back then, so the post is preposterous on the face of it. Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

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  • [-3] January 5, 2016 at 10:07am

    Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here. And to your comment: have you ever waited in an airport, missed a flight or had one canceled? If you have hundreds of people waiting to have you speak/teach in person, that is not a good thing.

  • [6] January 5, 2016 at 10:04am

    Jesus was able to reach only those folk within walking distance. Our pastor gets requests from all over the world to preach and to train local preachers. The need is great and the workers are too few. Yet the same ones who protest such tools for ministry to the most critical needs any person will ever have, think nothing of a corporate executive having a corporate jet. Skewed priorities are at work here.

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  • [3] December 25, 2015 at 11:21am

    To say such nonsense concerning Jesus: a real man (proven) who walked the earth (proven) and did what He did (proven) and is the Son of the living God merely marks the sender as the fool she is. Might as well claim that Abraham Lincoln was a kangaroo!

  • [1] April 23, 2015 at 4:32pm

    Those who claim the Bible calls upon believers to embrace poverty clearly have not bothered to read the Word for themselves with intellectual honesty, studying the Scriptures in context and going with the preponderance of verses on a topic. Space here will not permit me to properly educate others. I am disgusted at the hypocrisy of those who believe the Church should be poor, yet should give to others and do so much for society. With what, may I ask? Our pastor has invitations from all over the world to share the Word, yet we need him here as well. Since church property is precisely that — our property collectively, we are glad to provide an intercontinental to get our evangelistic team where they need to be and back in a timely fashion. As for the detractors: what of any value are YOU doing for the world? We’re working to provide men with assurance of their eternal destination.

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  • [145] March 23, 2015 at 10:26am

    It is amazing the irrational venom that is shooting from fangs around the nation over what is a short, accurate piece of advice. A Facebook post or tweet is by its very nature insufficient space to elaborate on every aspect of the issue. Graham’s counsel is sound and will save lives if followed. Teamommy is correct: the believers who openly attacked Graham have violated the very Scriptures they are required to follow. You approach a brother in private. If he will not listen, then you take one or two witnesses along to hear both sides. If that does not do it, then you take it before the Church — NOT the public. We cannot cherry-pick which portions of the Word we will follow.

  • [1] February 17, 2015 at 9:35am

    If true justice were served, both of the miscreants would be vacationing in Club Fed. I hope their eyes are opened and they turn away from their current pathway while there remains time. Otherwise the price they will pay is too severe to contemplate.

  • [11] February 17, 2015 at 9:32am

    This kind of meaningful, lasting help is something governments are not by their very design able to do. True loving, living charity has to be a one-on-one proposition. That is a function of individuals, churches and charitable organizations who can get in there and see what is truly needed. Give a man a fish and you feed him a meal. Teach him how to fish and help him with the equipment and you feed him for life.

  • February 17, 2015 at 9:21am

    Ironic, isn’t it? And all the while working hard to destroy our own government and society. But then it does require intelligence, understanding, wisdom and effort to build something worthwhile. All it takes is a messed-up heart and head to destroy.

  • [2] February 17, 2015 at 9:18am

    For years I kult not evin spel hy skool gradeate, and now I are wun.

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