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gotime hasn't been around for awhile.

He was a pretty nice guy. I haven't seen Laodicea in a while either. He was pretty nice too.

I argued with them about SDA false philosophies. But they were nice about it.
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It's very pleasant to meet people that don't get affected by taking a look about their beleifs!
 

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Do you believe the gospel? yes or no? did Jesus bare YOUR sins in His own body on the tree? that YOU being dead to sin might live unto righteousness?

If these things be true how can the law have any application to you?

Didn't you understand that Jesus who was no sinner died for YOU who is the great sinner ... Death is what the law decrees to the sinner, Jesus died [in your place] the law can have no further jurisdiction over you ... if these things have indeed happened to you, you are FREE.

WHY why would anybody wish to go back to that which condemned them and [by faith] killed them.

If you go back to the sin life, having once been saved from it then so far as the flesh is concerned you put yourself in jeopardy of the law. You may even die physically but your soul will be saved.
You avoided the question: Can the saved break the Ten Commandments if the Ten Commandments are only for sinners?

It's a Yes of No question.

If Yes, they we can worship Satan.
If No, then there's obligation on the part of the Christian (hint: Paul calls that "reasonable service".)
 

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You avoided the question: Can the saved break the Ten Commandments if the Ten Commandments are only for sinners?

It's a Yes of No question.

If Yes, they we can worship Satan.
If No, then there's obligation on the part of the Christian (hint: Paul calls that "reasonable service".)
You did not comprehend my reply, you do not understand the wonder of the cross. Our sins are borne away, buried with Christ and we are raised to walk in newness of life.

In old testament days once a year the people would bring a lamb, a lamb for each person. The lamb would be slain, it's blood shed and all sins for that year would be washed away.

But the cross is an eternal once for all sacrifice, never to be repeated. It serves the same purpose to wash away all our sins forever.

The Jews never had this newness of life, this new life in the Spirit of God is our power against sin ... the law does not come near it in effectiveness.

If the born again christian sins it is sinning against grace and is very serious ... God will deal with it, but it can never undo the new birth.
 

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You did not comprehend my reply, you do not understand the wonder of the cross. Our sins are borne away, buried with Christ and we are raised to walk in newness of life.

In old testament days once a year the people would bring a lamb, a lamb for each person. The lamb would be slain, it's blood shed and all sins for that year would be washed away.

But the cross is an eternal once for all sacrifice, never to be repeated. It serves the same purpose to wash away all our sins forever.

The Jews never had this newness of life, this new life in the Spirit of God is our power against sin ... the law does not come near it in effectiveness.

If the born again christian sins it is sinning against grace and is very serious ... God will deal with it, but it can never undo the new birth.
A simply yes or no will suffice. Yes or No?
 
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The biggest question I have for a Seventh Day Adventist is "Why do those people always seem to think that the world's biggest problem is the Roman Empire?" .
 

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The biggest question I have for a Seventh Day Adventist is "Why do those people always seem to think that the world's biggest problem is the Roman Empire?" .
It's simple: Because they're mired in the teachings of Ellen G. White.
 

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That was hilarious. I didn't know you were Seventh Day Adventist Phoneman.

I think the bigger question is, where did all the Protestants go? I can definitely sense that the Catholic Church is slowly taking over.

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Here's one, Ian Paisley, one of the last in Europe. He's dead and gone now but I hear they had to bury him in a shipping container to accommodate his ginormous titanium gonads LOL

 

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Here's one, Ian Paisley, one of the last in Europe. He's dead and gone now but I hear they had to bury him in a shipping container to accommodate his ginormous titanium gonads LOL


That guy was radical! I don't know who Ian Paisley is, but that guy might be related to Napoleon or something. lol

That was full out spiritual warfare, I did hear from the narrator that he was punched. If I was there I would of applaud and cheered, not from him being punched, but for his stand against bad religion.

Notice how the witch in white (John Paul?!?!) didn't say anything. I would love to hear a radical Protestant and the poop have a discussion on all time religion. It would never happen, but it would be worth a watch. How the vatican can walk around free and not be charged with war crimes is a crime against humanity.

Sinead O'Connor deserves some credit.


 

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"I DENOUNCE YOU AS CHRIST'S ENEMY AND ANTICHRIST!!!
AND ALL YOUR FALSE DOCTRINE!!!
I DENOUNCE YOU!!!
I DENOUNCE YOU AS CHRIST'S ENEMY!!!"

What courage to stand up against the leader of the entire satanic system that makes Christ's blood of none effect by claiming salvation is possible, not by Jesus' sacrifice, but by divine whim alone which resulted from the Father's pleasure in Jesus' good works, which He then placed in the hands of His priests to bestow or withhold as they see fit, and removing Christ as central of the Gospel and relegating Him to a pathetic, peripheral role as a producer of "merit" via good works, which supplies an inexhaustible well of merit intended to lessen the Christian's sentence in purgatory, which merit is less efficacious than His mother Mary's good works.

If "Christians" would pull their heads out of their butts and take a look at WHY the Protestant Reformation came about, WHY the Papacy has never changed their position on a single thing, and WHY our so called "Protestant" leaders are falling all over themselves to reach over the abyss and clasp the hands of Rome, instead of engaging in their endless rounds of defending Papal doctrines in their circle jerk echo chambers, they'd be as indignant and desirous of reform as was the great Ian Paisley and so many before him.
 

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"I DENOUNCE YOU AS CHRIST'S ENEMY AND ANTICHRIST!!!
AND ALL YOUR FALSE DOCTRINE!!!
I DENOUNCE YOU!!!
I DENOUNCE YOU AS CHRIST'S ENEMY!!!"

What courage to stand up against the leader of the entire satanic system that makes Christ's blood of none effect by claiming salvation is possible, not by Jesus' sacrifice, but by divine whim alone which resulted from the Father's pleasure in Jesus' good works, which He then placed in the hands of His priests to bestow or withhold as they see fit, and removing Christ as central of the Gospel and relegating Him to a pathetic, peripheral role as a producer of "merit" via good works, which supplies an inexhaustible well of merit intended to lessen the Christian's sentence in purgatory, which merit is less efficacious than His mother Mary's good works.

If "Christians" would pull their heads out of their butts and take a look at WHY the Protestant Reformation came about, WHY the Papacy has never changed their position on a single thing, and WHY our so called "Protestant" leaders are falling all over themselves to reach over the abyss and clasp the hands of Rome, instead of engaging in their endless rounds of defending Papal doctrines in their circle jerk echo chambers, they'd be as indignant and desirous of reform as was the great Ian Paisley and so many before him.

How can the leader of the Catholic Church repent? It's impossible, because he thinks he is always right, and doesn't do any wrong. He believes he has the power to change God's laws.

"Who is known as the Vicar of Christ?

noun Roman Catholic Church. the pope, with reference to his claim to stand in the place of Jesus Christ and possess His authority in the church."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prophecy_of_the_Popes

I have been following this writing for awhile, not sure how true it is, but according to what is written, the current leader of the Roman Catholic Church is Peter the Roman.

"In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit.In the Lignum Vitae, the line "In persecutione extrema S.R.E. sedebit." forms a separate sentence and paragraph of its own. While often read as part of the "Peter the Roman" prophecy, other interpreters view it as a separate, incomplete sentence explicitly referring to additional popes between "glory of the olive" and "Peter the Roman".[1] Petrus Romanus, qui paſcet oues in multis tribulationibus: quibus tranſactis ciuitas ſepticollis diruetur, & Iudex tremẽdus iudicabit populum ſuum.[e] Finis.112.Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [i.e. Rome] will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End.[17]Many analyses of the prophecy note that it is open to the interpretation that additional popes would come between the "glory of the olive" and Peter the Roman.[5][18] Popular speculation by proponents of the prophecy attach this prediction to Benedict XVI's successor.[1] Since Francis' election as Pope, proponents in internet forums have been striving to link him to the prophecy. Theories include a vague connection with Francis of Assisi, whose father was named Pietro (Peter).[3]"
 

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How can the leader of the Catholic Church repent? It's impossible, because he thinks he is always right, and doesn't do any wrong.
There claim of infallibility - "The church cannot err nor has ever erred" - is perhaps among their most blasphemous statements.
 

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There claim of infallibility - "The church cannot err nor has ever erred" - is perhaps among their most blasphemous statements.

You sound Seventh Day Adventist. lol In my experience, there are only two groups that are against the Catholic Church, Protestants, and Jews.

Have heard of the Concordat between Hitler and the Catholic Church? A Jewish Rabbi told me about it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reichskonkordat
 

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Joel Osteen and Charles Stanley would mess themselves if they stood anywhere near this guy LOL


 

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You sound Seventh Day Adventist. lol In my experience, there are only two groups that are against the Catholic Church, Protestants, and Jews.

Have heard of the Concordat between Hitler and the Catholic Church? A Jewish Rabbi told me about it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reichskonkordat
No, haven't but I'll check out the link. I do know that Hitler and the rest of the inner circle of his regime attended the RCC, according to the testimony of aged German citizenry. It's because these men were non-Christian esoterics keeping company with the most occult organization to ever grace the topside of the Earth, the Papacy. That's why Hislop titled his book, "The Two Babylons: Proof that Roman Catholicism's Practices and Beliefs Came From Pagan Babylonian Religion, Not From Christ or the Bible"
 

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Joel Osteen and Charles Stanley would mess themselves if they stood anywhere near this guy LOL


This is exactly how I feel now. It is some seriously dark times we live in, and I'm trusting God, since I'm not smart enough to know the future. I love how his message was said with conviction and brutal honesty.
 

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No, haven't but I'll check out the link. I do know that Hitler and the rest of the inner circle of his regime attended the RCC, according to the testimony of aged German citizenry. It's because these men were non-Christian esoterics keeping company with the most occult organization to ever grace the topside of the Earth, the Papacy. That's why Hislop titled his book, "The Two Babylons: Proof that Roman Catholicism's Practices and Beliefs Came From Pagan Babylonian Religion, Not From Christ or the Bible"

It's funny how many Christians will say, the Seventh Day Adventist Church is a cult, or have false teachings, but you rarely hear about the Roman Catholic Church's dark history, and failed religious dogma. To me Christians are attacking the wrong church generally.
 

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This is exactly how I feel now. It is some seriously dark times we live in, and I'm trusting God, since I'm not smart enough to know the future. I love how his message was said with conviction and brutal honesty.
So sad today we have the Get Along Gospel of which Satan takes full advantage, because he knows if he can discourage us from contending for
the faith once delivered to the saints", he can more easily corrupt slip in false ideas among the true.
 

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It's funny how many Christians will say, the Seventh Day Adventist Church is a cult, or have false teachings, but you rarely hear about the Roman Catholic Church's dark history, and failed religious dogma. To me Christians are attacking the wrong church generally.
Yep, the Pope can claim to be "Christ Himself, hidden under veil of flesh" and nobody bats an eye, but let someone ask, "Why are we not keeping the Fourth Commandment which Jesus Himself wrote with His own finger in stone before He came in the flesh and kept it as an example to us?" and everyone loses their minds.