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  • December 22, 2014 at 4:03am

    Have you notified Abraham, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Elijah, Moses, Noah, King David, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Peter or Paul? Just sayin……..

  • December 22, 2014 at 3:53am


    To all the catholic haters, study the catholic church in detail, learn EVERTHING that you possibly can about what the catholic church actually teaches so that you can shine a bright light on all of the false teachings and lead naive catholics out of the
    catholic church and get them saved. The best most accurate source for all of the catholic churches false doctrines is the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

    If you really want to become an expert go under cover (pose as someone who is considering converting) and attend the RCIA program.

    Once you do so, exposing the catholic church and all of her unbiblical satanic lies should be very easy. It’ll be like shooting ducks in a barrel. You just cite a false catholic teaching and then utterly dismantle it using scripture and the documented historical writings of the early christian martyrs.

    What could be easier or more satisfying? What are you waiting for? Become an expert today and start getting catholics saved. Isn’t that your duty as a truly born again Christian?

    Thats what Cardinal John Henry Newman did. Thats what I did……..what are you waiting for? What’s holding you back? Do it today, don’t put it off one more second, learn the truth so you can utterly destroy all of the false, unbiblical catholic

    You will feel so much better once you do and, your relationship with Jesus will grow even stronger for leading people out of the darkness and into the light.

    God Bless

  • December 22, 2014 at 3:27am

    The Baptist church approved of abortion for a while but then reverted back to their original teaching.

    Calvary Chapel allows abortion

    (Google “Pastor Chuck Smith tells woman to abort”)

    You can listen to the full audio on his show “Pastors Perspective” at

    I also personally know many Evangelicals who sincerely believe that abortion has no effect on a man or womans salvation if they are already “saved” which (IMHO) is
    essentially approval of abortion.

    God Bless

  • [1] December 22, 2014 at 3:03am

    Protestants are very accustomed to attacking the catholic church because Protestant doctrines are impossible to defend using the Bible Alone (especially using the ORIGINAL 1611 King James version that contains ALL of the books of the original Bible.)

    The reason I am no longer a Protestant is because the doctrines are not found
    anywhere in scripture or the writings of the early (100 -700 AD) Christian martyrs.

    Instead of simply claiming that the catholic church is false why dont you use
    scripture verses and historical writings of the early church martyrs (Ambrose,
    Augustine, Clement, Cyprian, Ignatius, Irenaeus, Justin Martyr, Polycarp etc) to
    prove that the early Christians believed and taught what you believe?

    For example regarding the Eucharist, Paul wrote;

    1 Cor 11:27-30

    Please prove to me that what YOU believe is biblical and was taught by the early church for 1500 years prior to Martin Luther.

    If you can do so convincingly I will enthusiastically accept your beliefs/doctrines
    and join your church.

    Tell me precisely what is necessary for salvation and where this is explicitly stated
    in scripture and proven by the historical records of the christian martyrs prior to Martin Luther?

    God Bless

  • December 18, 2014 at 1:04pm

    “The 10 commandments,etc. were a learning tool for man. A simple standard that we would see was beyond our ability to meet”

    Your statement is unbiblical and ridiculous. God is perfectly just. Giving us Commands/standards that are beyond our ability to meet is not perfect justice and makes God an unfair task master. Satan wants you to believe that God is unjust and has burdened us with “standards that are beyond our ability to meet”

    The Bible tells us that ALL things are possible through Christ who strengthens us and stronger is who is in us than he who is in the world.

    Paul wrote -no temptation has befallen you that is uncommon to man and when you are tempted God is faithful and will not let you be tempted beyond your ability
    to resist and will always provide an escape. (1 Cor 10:13)

    You should learn the scriptures and stop perpetuating myths. Gods grace is more powerful than any temptation on earth. Satan wants you to believe that temptation and sin are more powerful than Christ who is in you.

    Ecc 12:13

    God Bless

  • December 16, 2014 at 8:55pm

    Jesus said that the road to heaven is narrow and the road to destruction is wide and many are on it.

    Scripture tells us that ALL things are possible with Christ who strengthens us (“all things” includes obeying God)

    Scripture also tells us stronger is He who is IN us than he who is in the world


    No temptation that has befallen you is uncommon to man and God is faithful and when you are tempted He will ALWAYS provide a way out and will never let you be tempted beyond your means to resist.

    Jesus said “if you love me keep my commands” and “not everyone who says to me Lord, Lord will enter the kingdom of heaven but ONLY those who do the will of my Father who is in Heaven” and “why do you call me Lord but not do the things I tell you?”

    Paul warned in (Rom 2:13) that ONLY those who OBEY the law will be declared righteous.

    In Jesus parable of the sheep and goats the difference between the sheep and goats wasn’t their faith it was their behavior. We know that Jesus is refering to believers because works alone cannot save.

    Luthers manmade doctrines are a stumbling block for many.

    1 John 3:6-9
    1 Cor 6:9-13
    Eph 5:5

  • December 16, 2014 at 5:33pm


  • December 16, 2014 at 5:15pm

    Part of the problem is that our culture (and even many Christians) believe that sexual attraction is the cornerstone of marriage.

    Our children are being inundated with sexual images and are being taught (in school on TV , Radio and the Internet that SEX is what life is all about. Virtually every magazine at the checkout counter at the grocery store has women dressed like prostitutes and glorifies almighty sex. Our culture serves/worships at the altar of sex and HATES anything or anyone who doesnt worship the god of sex.

    Lord Have Mercy.

  • December 16, 2014 at 5:00pm

    Well said. SEX has become an idol in our culture (and in the world)

    Terrorists use our obsession/addiction to sex as a very effective recruiting tool. If we truly want to defeat terrorism we first have to overcome our addiction to sex and start living according to Gods will. Until that happens we wll continue to be vulnerable to our enemies.

    You are correct sex is not something a person NEEDS to survive, the world (and even many Christians) have drank the kool aid and believe that people NEED sex, that is a lie.

    Both Paul and Jesus were celibate and explicitly stated that celibacy was a holier state. Paul even preached that married couples should behave as if they were single, scripture says if your left hand causes you to sin cut it off, if your eye causes you to sin pluck it out, better to enter heaven mamed than be thrown into the fire.

    God Bless

  • December 16, 2014 at 4:44pm

    We must be careful not to confuse/equate “homosexuality” (same sex attraction) with “homosexual acts” (having sex with the same gender)

    Many in this forum are doing just that. Following Jesus doesnt mean we will no longer desire sinful things it means we will no longer desire to ACT out those desires. Paul himself admitted/lamented that the flesh and the spirit are ALWAYS at war. Which is precisely why we must pick up our cross DAILY, deny ourselves and FOLLOW Jesus.

    Paul said he WANTED to do what was right but found himself giving in to temptation, was Paul not “truly a Christian”?

    This law is in effect as long as we are in the flesh, the flesh desires what is contraryto the spirit, the flesh and the spirit are at war.

    Luthers false doctrine of salvation by thought (faith) alone is a stumbling block to many. Your flesh will ALWAYS esire sinful things because your flesh is at war with your spirit, you may wnder if you are “truly saved” because you still desire sinful things.

    Salvation is NOT by thought (faith) alone (James 2:24) (Rom 2:13) (Matt 7:21)

    A good tree does not produce bad fruit and a bad tree does not produce good fruit. We cannot serve sin and say we are IN Christ. Any tree that does not produce good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire.

    Jesus said the difference between the sheep and goats is what we DO (not what our flesh desires)

    Repent and FOLLOW Jesus Christ, the kingdom is at hand.

    God Bless

  • December 16, 2014 at 3:45pm

    Respectfully, you are wrong.

    Jesus tells us to pick up our cross and DENY ourselves DAILY. Jesus would not have said this if there was nothing to deny.

    Luthers false doctrine that salvation/justification is effected by THOUGHT ALONE apart from deeds/actions/behavior is a stumbling block.

    Salvation is NOT by faith (thought) alone (James 2:24)

    It’s not possible to have Jesus Christ as your Savior without first having Jesus Christ as LORD. It’s precisely by accepting Jesus as Lord that He becomes our Savior. It’s LORD first THEN Savior (Lord AND Savior) not Lord OR Savior.

    You can experience the joy and peace of FOLLOWING Jesus Christ , becoming a new creation
    in Christ and loving Him with all of your heart, mind and strength, stronger is He who is IN you than he who is in the world. All things are possible with God who strengthens you. Dont just say Lord, Lord and worship Him with your lips.

    Make Jesus your LORD and Savior TODAY, pick up your cross , deny yourself and truly
    FOLLOW Him. If you LOVE Him, keep His commands. If you LOVE Him, do what He says. Dont just call Him Lord and not do what He says. Be a sheep not a goat. The kingdom is at hand, REPENT and turn from sin, turn from the liar and SERVE Jesus Christ. You cannot live according to the flesh and have eternal life. You cannot serve 2 masters, you will love one and hate the other.

    God Bless

  • [-1] December 16, 2014 at 3:10pm

    Your principle is self defeating. All Christians are sinners and the first step to repentance is admitting that you are a sinner. Addicts and Alcoholics for example take this first step in AA meetings, they admit to their condition or illness.

    All human beings are BORN with broken/disordered sinful desires.

    Even the Apostle Paul lamented about a “thorn in his side” (same sex attraction?) that was not removed even after earnest prayer.

    Your post while sincere shows a fundamental lack of understanding between the condition we are all BORN with (being a sinner) and committing sin.

    “Sin” is an act or behavior not a desire. Until the day we die every one of us will DESIRE sinful things, what we DO with that desire is what separates the sheep from the goats.

    Because some Christians believe that salvation/justification is a result of mere thought (mentally accepting Christ as Savior) and not at all related to behavior they assume that having sinful desires makes a person not truly saved or that a person being attracted to the same sex cannot be a Christian but the Bible does not say this.

    Disordered/sinful desires do not separate us from God (we are born this way) sinful ACTS separate us from God.

    Salvation is NOTby “faith alone” (James 2:24) What we DO matters to God.

    Jesus tells us to DENY our sinful desires DAILY.

  • [2] December 16, 2014 at 2:38pm

    That there is a Chingadero, you see them alot down in Mexico to keep out the Chupacabra. They must be working their way North, elusive little buggers.

  • [8] December 16, 2014 at 12:55pm

    This made me laugh outloud

    “Job is [probably] an ancient epic poem [that may not have really occurred.] But the
    books Genesis to Esther [are definitely presented as historical and meant to be

    If the Bible ALONE is the ONLY rule of faith for Christians and some things written in the Bible didnt actually happen and/or are not “factual” then Christianity is no different than any other man made religion.

    You may have meant to say say “literal” instead of factual but scholars smarter than us do not question whether Job actually existed as Job is mentioned in the Epistle of James (James 5:11) and also in Ezekiel (Ez 14:14-20)

    If you apply your principle consistently then James and Ezekiel are also suspect to speculation as well as any books which mention them.

    Fortunately we have the benefit of the historical writings of the early church martyrs (Cyprian, Ambrose, Clement, Ignatius, Irenaeus, Augustine, etc) who actually learned from the Apostles and their successors so that we are not reading the Bible in a vacuum left to personal speculation and our own private interpretations.

    Then again there are many who choose to completely ignore over 2000 years of
    church history and rely solely (souly) on their personal interpretations or what their Pastor tells them.

    I encourage you to study the writings of the early Christian martyrs dont just rely on what others have told you, they are just repeating what they were taught.

    God Bless

  • December 14, 2014 at 11:51am

    Rom 2:13
    For it is not those who hear the law who are righteous in God’s sight, but it is those who obey the law who will be declared righteous.

    Sorry about that.

    God Bless

  • December 14, 2014 at 12:57am

    Sorry, “door tittle” should say “dot or tittle”. Also, please ignore all of the garble after “God Bless” once again the Blaze hates my tablet.

  • December 14, 2014 at 12:42am

    4-given is (partially) correct,
    Evangelicals/Protestants do not believe that it is necessary to obey the Ten Commandments that God gave to Moses in the Old Testament.

    Evangelicals/Protestants consider the Ten Commandments to be part of the “Mosaic” law.

    The problem is the “Mosaic” law was written by Moses not by God. The
    Ten Commandments were written by God. For example Moses law
    allowed divorce and remarriage whereas Gods law does not.

    Jesus (Gods) commands/laws are actually stricter than Moses laws were. Jesus said if you even look at a woman lustfully you have
    committed adultery and if you hate your brother you have committed

    Jesus (The Word) tells us that He did not come to abolish The Law but to
    fulfill it and not one dot or tittle of The Law will pass away until heaven
    and earth pass away (in other words never)

    God (Jesus) is immutable (unchanging) so Evangelicals/Protestants
    have it wrong when they say that we no longer have to obey Gods law ( the Ten Commandments) because Jesus (God) did away with them

    Paul issues a stark warning in (Rom 2:13) that only those who obey the law will be declared “righteous” Paul is talking about Gods moral law not the works of the Mosaic law. Jesus sacrfice fulfilled the Mosaic law it didn’t abolish Gods moral laws.
    God Bless
    Jesus death on the cross did away with the Mosaic works of the law law not Gods moral law. the
    given to Moses by God in the OT

  • December 13, 2014 at 4:57pm

    “Band” on gay marriage that made me laugh.

    He’s right though, if you can’t discriminate when it comes to marriage then anything goes. Who can tell someone they do not have the right to marry their horse or their dog or any pet for that matter, discrimination is discrimination. Why should a guys dog be denied healthcare just because he’s not married to his dog?

    We are already seeing poly couples (mmf, ffm, mfm, fmf etc) saying they should be able to marry.

    It wont be long before we see churches marrying poly couples. After all if they are already
    “saved” and all of their past, present and FUTURE sins are already forgiven and no matter what they do God MUST admit them into heaven then it really is irrelevant.

    Lord Have mercy

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  • [3] December 12, 2014 at 5:51pm


    “In religion, it is just a “sacred” contract between two people with witnesses,”

    Not exactly.

    In some Christian denominations it is a covenant between the couple and God. In the Catholic church it is actually a Sacrament.

    God Bless

  • December 12, 2014 at 2:14am


    It is a fact that Jesus “met people where they were” (lving in sin) HOWEVER Jesus NEVER EVER Told anyone that they could continue to live in sin.

    Jesus ALWAYS told them to sell everything they owned, pick up their cross daily
    (not just one time) deny themselves and FOLLOW him.

    True worship is actually FOLLOWING JESUS Christ DAILY (makng Him Lord of your life) not intentionally sinning and going to church and calling Jesus “Lord” of your life. Thats not biblical.

    God Bless

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