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Bible Study / Re: Of Sin. - By R. A. Torrey
« Last post by Zant Law on October 17, 2017, 11:55:08 PM »
I have been asked to define sin in the past and I have come to the conclusion that it is more than violating Gods law.i believe that we directed by the Holy Ghost to preform tasks and I believe that turning you back on His guidance is no less a violation His command then violating one of the Ten Commandments.
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Sound doctrine / Re: Who teaches sound doctrine?
« Last post by fredjames on October 17, 2017, 01:29:59 AM »
Hello Fred, welcome.
This is a slow moving board hope you enjoy it.

Shalom
JB

Hi there 'JB Horn', thank you for the welcome, and sorry for the late reply.
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Audio Sermons / A Warning Against Hardness Of Heart - By C. H. Spurgeon
« Last post by Bob on October 17, 2017, 12:53:42 AM »
Sermon #620  A Warning Against Hardness Of Heart
Delivered On Sunday Morning, March 19, 1865,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“But Exhort One Another Daily, While It Is Called ‘Today,’ Lest Any Of You Be Hardened Through The Deceitfulness Of Sin.”
Hebrews 3:13.


<a href="http://inhisword.net/spur/mp3/no620.mp3" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://inhisword.net/spur/mp3/no620.mp3</a>
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Bible Study / Re: Luke 7:11-13
« Last post by fredjames on October 16, 2017, 01:40:30 AM »
Luke 7:11-13 King James Version (KJV)
11 And it came to pass the day after, that he went into a city called Nain; and many of his disciples went with him, and much people.
12 Now when he came nigh to the gate of the city, behold, there was a dead man carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow: and much people of the city was with her.
13 And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep not.

Luke 7:11-13 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)

11 The next day Yeshua, accompanied by his talmidim and a large crowd, went to a town called Na‘im. 12 As he approached the town gate, a dead man was being carried out for burial. His mother was a widow, this had been her only son, and a sizeable crowd from the town was with her. 13 When the Lord saw her, he felt compassion for her and said to her, “Don’t cry.”

Complete Jewish Bible (CJB) Copyright © 1998 by David H. Stern. All rights reserved.


These are my thoughts, please share yours.

11 At this point the crowds were going around with Jesus, they would end up leaving later because they didn’t like His hard teachings.

12 This would have been the son that would have cared her since her husband had died, she cant do anything now because she cant own her home or work, her last hope died. Often times Jesus acts when we have no where else to turn.

13 Jesus was there to fix things, it hurts Him for us to cry but sometimes we have to.

From admin: I corrected the title from 1 cor to Luke 👌

Thank you dear 'clark thompson', a legitimate incident for thought, Scripture for doctrine in regards faith.

In this incident, among many in the Gospel and in Acts, non individuals acted in faith for the sons life back to the mother. But the LORD's compassion moved towards the widow and her cry, prior to have already lost her husband once, and now her only son, who would have taken care of her after the father's death. And too mentioned there was a sizeable crowd with her who followed her to the burial place. But JESUS on His own moved with compassion for her, and brought the son back to life.   

JESUS did disciple His chosen disciples that to emphasis on orphans and widows and be compassionate to them. for their cries are heard by the FATHER.

In Israel that day according to the Gospel, JESUS did not go around healing and reviving everyone. Even in the incident of the Pool called 'Bethesda', there lay a great multitude of 'impotent folks'. But JESUS' compassion moved only towards 'one' man, who was impotent for 38 years.

But in regards to the 'widow' who wept for her son, and in another, where Martha and Mary wept for Lazarus, and where here He himself wept with them, whereby he moves in compassion towards them and give them 'comfort' in return.

For it is written and taught by CHRIST JESUS our LORD Himself, and as in quote;

"Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted."

May GOD the FATHER of our LORD JESUS CHRIST be praised, be thanked and be honored forever and ever. Amen.
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Video Sermons / The Complexity of Divine Love - John MacArthur
« Last post by Moss on October 15, 2017, 11:02:37 PM »
The Complexity of Divine Love - John MacArthur

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=U6XyXKc891k
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Bible Study / Of Sin. - By R. A. Torrey
« Last post by biblebuf on October 15, 2017, 04:27:24 PM »
Of Sin. By R. A. Torrey


1.      Is the transgression of the law. 1 John 3:4 .
2.      Is of the devil. 1 John 3:8 ; John 8:44 .
3.      All unrighteousness is. 1 John 5:17 .
4.      Omission of what we know to be good is. Jas 4:17 .
5.      Whatever is not of faith is. Rom 14:23 .
6.      The thought of foolishness is. Pr 24:9 .
7.      All the imaginations of the unrenewed heart are. Gen 6:5; 8:21 .
8.      Described as
a.      Coming from the heart. Mat 15:19 .
b.      The fruit of lust. Jas 1:15 .
c.      The sting of death. 1 Cor 15:56 .
d.      Rebellion against God. Deut 9:7; Jos 1:18 .
e.      Works of darkness. Eph 5:11 .
f.      Dead works. Heb 6:1; 9:14 .
g.      The abominable thing that God hates. Pr 15:9 ; Jer 44:4, 11 .
h.      Reproaching the Lord. Num 15:30; Ps 74:18 .
i.      Defiling. Pr 30:12; Isa 59:3 .
j.      Deceitful. Heb 3:13 .
k.      Disgraceful. Pr 14:34 .
l.      Often very great. Ex 32:20 ; 1 Sam 2:17 .
m.      Often mighty. Amos 5:12 .
n.      Often manifold. Amos 5:12 .
o.      Often presumptuous. Ps 19:13 .
p.      Sometimes open and manifest. 1 Tim 5:24 .
q.      Sometimes secret. Ps 90:8 ; 1 Tim 5:24 .
r.      Besetting. Heb 12:1 .
s.      Like scarlet and crimson. Isa 1:18 .
t.      Reaching to heaven. Rev 18:5 .
9.      Entered into the world by Adam. Gen 3:6 , 7 ; Rom 5:12 .
10.      All men are conceived and born in. Gen 5:3 ; Job 15:14 ; 25:4 ; Ps 51:5 .
11.      All men are shapen in. Ps 51:5 .
12.      Scripture concludes all under. Gal 3:22 .
13.      No man is without. 1 Kings 8:46 ; Eccl 7:20 .
14.      Christ alone was without. 2 Cor 5:21 ; Heb 4:15 ; 7:26 ; 1 John 3:5 .
15.      God
a.      Abominates. Deut 25:16 ; Pr 6:16-19 .
b.      Marks. Job 10:14 .
c.      Remembers. Rev 18:5 .
d.      Is provoked to jealousy by. 1 Kings 14:22 .
e.      Is provoked to anger by. 1 Kings 16:2 .
f.      Alone can forgive. Ex 34:7 ; Dan 9:9 ; Mic 7:18 ; Mark 2:7 .
g.      Recompenses. Jer 16:18 ; Rev 18:6 .
h.      Punishes. Isa 13:11 ; Amos 3:2 .
16.      The Law
a.      Is transgressed by every. Jas 2:10, 11 ; 1 John 3:4 .
b.      Gives knowledge of. Rom 3:20; 7:7 .
c.      Shows exceeding sinfulness of. Rom 7:13 .
d.      Made to restrain. 1 Tim 1:9, 10 .
e.      By its strictness stirs up. Rom 7:5, 8, 11 .
f.      Is the strength of. 1 Cor 15:56 .
g.      Curses those guilty of. Gal 3:10 .
17.      No man can cleanse himself from. Job 9:30, 31 ; Pr 20:9 ; Jer 2:22 .
18.      No man can atone for. Mic 6:7 .
19.      God has opened a fountain for. Zec 13:1 .
20.      Christ was manifested to take away. John 1:29 ; 1 John 3:5 .
21.      Christ’s blood redeems from. Eph 1:7 .
22.      Christ’s blood cleanses from. 1 John 1:7 .
23.      Saints
a.      Made free from. Rom 6:18 .
b.      Dead to. Rom 6:2, 11 ; 1 Pet 2:24 .
c.      Profess to have ceased from. 1 Pet 4:1 .
d.      Cannot live in. 1 John 3:9 ; 5:18 .
e.      Resolve against. Job 34:32 .
f.      Ashamed of having committed. Rom 6:21 .
g.      Abhor themselves on account of. Job 42:6 ; Eze 20:43 .
h.      Have yet the remains of, in them. Rom 7:17 , 23 ; Gal 5:17 .
24.      The fear of God restrains. Ex 20:20 ; Ps 4:4 ; Pr 16:6 .
25.      The word of God keeps from. Ps 17:4 ; 119:11 .
26.      The Holy Spirit convinces of. John 16:8 , 9 .
27.      If we say that we have no, we make God a liar. 1 John 1:10 .
28.      Confusion of face belongs to those guilty of. Dan 9:7, 8 .
29.      Should be
a.      Confessed. Job 33:27 ; Pr 28:13 .
b.      Mourned over. Ps 38:18 ; Jer 3:21 .
c.      Hated. Ps 97:10 ; Pr 8:13 ; Amos 5:15 .
d.      Abhorred. Rom 12:9 .
e.      Put away. Job 11:14 .
f.      Departed from. Ps 34:14 ; 2 Tim 2:19 .
g.      Avoided even in appearance. 1 Thes 5:22.
h.      Guarded against. Ps 4:4; 39:1 .
i.      Striven against. Heb 12:4 .
j.      Mortified. Rom 8:13; Col 3:5 .
k.      Wholly destroyed. Rom 6:6 .
30.      Specially strive against besetting. Heb 12:1 .
31.      Aggravated by neglecting advantages. Luke 12:47 ; John 15:22 .
32.      Guilt of concerning. Job 31:33 ; Pr 28:13 .
33.      We should pray to God
a.      To search for, in our hearts. Ps 139:23, 24 .
b.      To make us know our. Job 13:23 .
c.      To forgive our. Ex 34:9 ; Luke 11:4 .
d.      To keep us from. Ps 19:13 .
e.      To deliver us from. Mat 6:13 .
f.      To cleanse us from. Ps 51:2 .
34.      Prayer hindered by. Ps 66:18 ; Isa 59:2 .
35.      Blessings withheld on account of. Jer 5:25 .
36.      The wicked
a.      Servants to. John 8:34 ; Rom 6:16 .
b.      Dead in. Eph 2:1 .
c.      Guilty of, in everything they do. Pr 21:4 ; Eze 21:24 .
d.      Plead necessity for. 1 Sam 13:11, 12 .
e.      Excuse. Gen 3:12, 13 ; 1 Sam 15:13-15 .
f.      Encourage themselves in. Ps 64:5 .
g.      Defy God in committing. Isa 5:18, 19 .
h.      Boast of. Isa 3:9 .
i.      Make a mock at. Pr 14:9 .
j.      Expect impunity in. Ps 10:11; 50:21; 94:7 .
k.      Cannot cease from. 2 Pet 2:14 .
l.      Heap up. Ps 78:17; Isa 30:1 .
m.      Encouraged in, by prosperity. Job 21:7-15 ; Pr 10:16 .
n.      Led by despair to continue in. Jer 2:25; 18:12 .
o.      Try to conceal, from God. Gen 3:8, 10 ; Job 31:33 .
p.      Throw the blame of, on God. Gen 3:12 ; Jer 7:10 .
q.      Throw the blame of, on others. Gen 3:12, 13 ; Ex 32:22-24 .
r.      Tempt others to. Gen 3:6 ; 1 Kings 16:2; 21:25 ; Pr 1:10-14 .
s.      Delight in those who commit. Ps 10:3 ; Hos 7:3 ; Rom 1:32 .
t.      Shall bear the shame of. Eze 16:52 .
37.      Shall find out the wicked. Num 32:23 .
38.      Ministers should warn the wicked to forsake. Eze 33:9 ; Dan 4:27 .
39.      Leads to
a.      Shame. Rom 6:21 .
b.      Disquiet. Ps 38:3 .
c.      Disease. Job 20:11 .
40.      The ground was cursed on account of. Gen 3:17, 18 .
41.      Toil and sorrow originated in. Gen 3:16, 17, 19 ; Job 14:1 .
42.      Excludes from heaven. 1 Cor 6:9, 10 ; Gal 5:19-21 ; Eph 5:5 ; Rev 21:27 .
43.      When finished brings forth death. Jas 1:15 .
44.      Death, the wages of. Rom 6:23 .
45.      Death, the punishment of. Gen 2:17 ; Eze 18:4 .
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Video Sermons / Re: Forgiveness in the Age of Rage" - John MacArthur
« Last post by Zant Law on October 14, 2017, 12:29:00 PM »
Forgiveness is not the nature of the fallen man, hate and revenge is his nature.
ZLaw
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Political / Re: Trump: 'We are stopping cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values'
« Last post by Moss on October 14, 2017, 10:38:27 AM »
 What a difference in election makes.
👍🏿👍🏿
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Political / Trump: 'We are stopping cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values'
« Last post by Fat on October 13, 2017, 07:21:29 PM »
Trump, nine months into his presidency, has found it harder to get things done than the ease with which he made promises on the campaign trail, making speeches to adoring audiences like Friday's in Washington key to boosting the President's morale. And the audience at the Values Voter Summit, an annual socially conservative conference, didn't fail to deliver.
"We are stopping cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values," Trump said to applause, before slamming people who don't say "Merry Christmas."
"They don't use the word Christmas because it is not politically correct," Trump said, complaining that department stores will use red and Christmas decorations but say "Happy New Year." "We're saying Merry Christmas again."

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/13/politics/trump-values-voters-summit/index.html
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Christian Walk / Re: The golden rule
« Last post by Moss on October 13, 2017, 10:00:21 AM »
 Basically what he saying here that ‘love your neighbor,’ can be used or seen as a ‘work’ instead of a true heart felt reaction.

Christ teaches us to forgive others, can we truly do that as a work?
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