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It’s indeed a sad day for Australia in that 61 percent of Australians have now voted to allow same-sex “marriage”. As 69.5 percent of the population voted in this non-compulsory plebiscite it means that the vast majority of Australians have failed to support the institution of the family.
been having blasphpous thoughts the last few days am trying to ignore them but its hard their there all the time i try to pray but its hard because the thoughts and the words get mixed up
the thoughts are of putting to me praying but am keeping praying find it hard to even think right
its like my mind is attacking Jesus and me i dont want my mind to attack Jesus dont want me mind making things like this in my head
i'll keep praying no matter what trying to listen to christian music at the moment seeing if that will help
i'll keep praying not matter what
Jesus I love you please help me
Three out of four college-educated Democrats seem to believe that a man can be a woman if he just says so, regardless of his biology, genetics, and genitalia, according to a skewed survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. source
I kid you not.
At least it seems like a dilemma to me.
Since I started working as an EMT last year, I have found it hard to read my bible. Especially on the days that I work because of my long hours. I can work as much as 17 - 18 hours a day. I come home and all I want to do is sleep because I have to be back in work in about 6 hours or less most days. That alone doesn't give me time to read my bible as I need to sleep to be as well rested as I can be for safety at my job.
This has bled into every day that I don't work not reading my bible. Either I am catching up on sleep that I have missed or I am busy doing stuff that I couldn't do during the week while working, such as taking my kids out to do something fun since I only get them three days a...
Matthew 25:31-46 clearly teaches at the "Second Advent" the Final Judgment and Eternal Kingdom will take place.
"These Shall Go Away Into Everlasting Punishment: But The Righteous Into Life Eternal."
Verses 31-32 Jesus returns in glory with the Holy Angels, the Nations are gathered before the throne. The Final Judgment is seen in verse 46, wicked "Eternal Punishment" righteous "Eternal Life"
Verse 34 The kingdom presented is the "Eternal Life Kingdom"
31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:
32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from...
Newsweek reported that 40% of evangelicals in Alabama are more likely to vote for an accused child molester now that he's been accused than they were before the accusations were made.
Normally voting "moral values" means voting against immoral practises, laws, and candidates but now it appears that a good proportion of evangelicals see it differently. After five women have claimed that a candidate for the US Senate had dealings with them when they were between 14 and 18 years old (two of them were under 15, three 16 17 and 18) and two say they were molested by the candidate when they were 14 years old. The candidate denies their claims. Now it seems that evangelical Christians in Alabama intend vote for him more so now than before the...
Oxford teacher faces action over 'misgendering' pupil - BBC News
Oxford teacher faces action over 'misgendering' pupil
Joshua Sutcliffe, a Christian pastor from Oxford, admitted he said "Well done girls" when addressing a group including the student.
He described it as a "slip of the tongue", but said he believed biological sex was defined at birth
First of all, in Gen.1:1, God created the heavens and the earth, but nowhere in the six day creation narrative do you find when they were created. The term create is not found again, until the fifth and sixth days, providing a possible clue as to the earth having been restored from an earlier age than our own that suffered destruction before Adam.
When reading Pr.8:24 [NIV], and you will find the earth stood at one time without oceans or water of any kind. But God set the boundaries of the oceans, so they would not overstep His command, by constantly over running the landfall coastlines, in vs 29. [A good look at the creation facts can be found in Pr.8:22-36]. Yet, in Gen,1:2, the earth stood completely in a flood of water, which...
This passage has been the subject of much controversy, as to whether this speaks of a period of great "apostasy", or whether it refers to the "departure", or "Rapture" of the Church.
I believe the KJV phrase "falling away", in 2 Thess. 2:3, refers to the "departure", or "Rapture" of the Church.
The KJV English phrase "falling away", in 2 Thess. 2:3, is the one Greek word "apostasia", and its basic meaning is to "depart from" or "go away".
The Greek word "Apostasia" is a compound of two Greek words: "Apo" = "to move away", "stasis" means "standing or state", or "to stand".
Literally, from its basic definition, "apostasia" means "to go away from", or "depart", or "change state or standing from one state to another".