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  • linda75
    Thankyou Mr Seiglie for this excellent refresher on the coming beast powers. This is vital truth God revealed through Mr Armstrong and we all need to get it fresh in our minds as prophetic events start to come together. Much appreciated.
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    Excellent article Scott. I would just add that there’s a lot of common sense conservative people who don’t want this radical agenda - but they’re busy raising families, running businesses and aren’t “organised” like the left because they believe in individual freedom and liberty - not imposing their views on others. I’m just praying it’s these people who with God’s help take a stand and are counted. Thank you for including all the wonderful scriptures that show God’s desire for our nations to repent and receive His blessings - that there’s still hope in His eyes.

  • linda75

    Excellent article Michael - finally some common sense truth without all the politics. God bless our law enforcement who risk their lives for us everyday.

  • linda75
    Mr Ashley, thankyou for this sermon. But Im not sure why you state that Jesus Christ was not dead before the soldier pierced him and that it was this piercing that caused him to die from loss of blood. John states very clearly that He had already given up the spirit (John 19:30) prior to the piercing, which aligns perfectly with all the other gospels, and that He was already dead (John 19:33). There is no confusion here and then he says he was witness to all of this. Yes Christ must have died from loss of blood but I imagine this is from the grotesque scorging that teared His flesh from His bones, then the point of a spear. Can you please clarify? Thanks, Linda
  • linda75
    Thankyou Mr Petty for this sermon. An observation on your comments re: the inquisition. History tells us their motivation was not to save these peoples souls from hellfire but to 1) identify heretics and 2) put fear into the local population and ensure their nations remained catholic. Please dont give this horrific part of history any credit for good intentions. Regards, Linda
  • linda75
    Apologies Steve, for some reason your comments didn't come up earlier when I was reading through. Can I ask you to also reply to my last comments made too pls. Further, we know that God used Moses and Aaron as a model of how God and the Word operate. The Word was God's spokesman as Aaron was Moses'. I think the concern for several of us here, is that God the Father seems to be diminished as if he was not known by Ancient Israel when clearly they did know Him and the Word as separate beings. There are a multitude of scriptures where God is speaking and refers to His Angel, or His Presence separately. So unless the Word was speaking on behalf of God the Father, and referring to Himself, your proposal that God the Father never spoke is very confusing. I genuinely would appreciate your indepth clarification of alot of these questions. Linda
  • linda75
    I really appreciate this sermon by Steve Meyers and all the wonderful verses. But I too feel its inconclusive based on Bible scriptures and I think the best person to resolve all these questions is Mr Meyers himself - ultimately in a follow up sermon. I do believe that it was Jesus Christ (or the Word at the time) that physically interacted with people in the old testament, but to say that ancient Israel had no awareness or relationship with God the Father can't be true. Yes Acts 3:13 reinforces God's direct relationship, but also why does King David say in Psalm 110:1 "The LORD said to my Lord..." ? Christ can't talk to Himself. In Exo 23:20 The LORD is saying He will send an Angel (capital A) before Israel to keep them in the way... "Beware of Him and obey His voice... for My name is in Him". Clearly God the Father is talking about Jesus Christ (or the Word). And this follows on from the giving of the Commandments on Mt Sinai. There are many scriptures that question limiting Israel's relationship to the Word only. Is it possible that God the Father spoke to Israel in His own words on Mt Sinai but interacted physically through Jesus Christ? Please Mr Meyers can you respond.
  • linda75
    Mr Webber, why didn't you just say Mr Herbert W Armstrong when you referred to "that gentleman" and "that voice"? Were John's disciples ashamed to say his name after his death? Paul warns us not to act like we didn't receive the knowledge we have, as if we always knew God's truth. Saying Mr Amstrong's name is a sign of respect not worship. I will always be thankful for his sacrifice and obedience that enabled God and Jesus Christ to use him so powerfully.
  • linda75
    I agree with the initial comments here. To eat out on the sabbath requires a business to operate, just like the markets mentioned in Nehemiah, and someone to work for me. I don't think you can distinguish between the marketplace and a restaurant. I can't justify causing someone else to break God's Sabbath and its also hard to come out of the world when you're still out in it. The Sabbath day is so short - for me eating out our time of rest just flues by. God gave us His Preparation Day to get ready for His Sabbath. But I do believe its all about our conscience and attitude, so for the holy days and the Feast, its often difficult to eat in our rooms and entertain people with dining in our rooms, so we make an exception. I stay in hotel rooms if needed over a weekend, but I try to keep to a minimum dining out on the Sabbath and ask the cleaners not to clean. I believe its our attitude - we do our best not to cause other people to work for us. So for weekly Sabbath, I do my best to prepare ahead so we don't impact negatively on others.
  • linda75
    I agree with the initial comments here. To eat out on the sabbath requires a business to operate, just like the markets mentioned in Nehemiah, and someone to work for me. I don't think you can distinguish between the marketplace and a restaurant. I can't justify causing someone else to break God's Sabbath and its also hard to come out of the world when you're still out in it. The Sabbath day is so short - for me eating out our time of rest just flues by. God gave us His Preparation Day to get ready for His Sabbath. But I do believe its all about our conscience and attitude, so for the holy days and the Feast, its often difficult to eat in our rooms and entertain people with dining in our rooms, so we make an exception. I stay in hotel rooms if needed over a weekend, but I try to keep to a minimum dining out on the Sabbath and ask the cleaners not to clean. I believe its our attitude - we do our best not to cause other people to work for us. So for weekly Sabbath, I do my best to prepare ahead so we don't impact negatively on others.