America is a Christian Nation


Debray

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Tehy may have th same leader that Saul Alinsky's Rules For Radicals was dedicated to.

The 12 strategies of the New World Order, may have the same leader that Saul Alinsky's Rules For Radicals was dedicated to.

Several of us may fall into their list of Right Wing, Home Grown Domestic Terrorists?

Pro-Lifers
Veterans
Those that believe in the Constitution
Christians
Those that appose Obama's Amnesty
Last but not least those that believe in the right to defend ourselves.

At the 27 minute point it tells us what we need to do.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=xOrhCiK3bkM
 

Debray

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They may have th same leader that Saul Alinsky's Rules For Radicals was dedicated to.

The 12 strategies of the New World Order, may have the same leader that Saul Alinsky's Rules For Radicals was dedicated to.

Several of us may fall into their list of Right Wing, Home Grown Domestic Terrorists?

Pro-Lifers
Veterans
Those that believe in the Constitution
Christians
Those that appose Obama's Amnesty
Last but not least those that believe in the right to defend ourselves.

At the 27 minute point it tells us what we need to do.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=xOrhCiK3bkM
 

NotTwoShure

Active member
Church Statistics and Religious Affiliations - U.S. Religious Landscape Study - Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life


I may have posted this site before but this is a long thread so here goes.

If we were a Christian nation we are not now if we were now we have lost the sight of what Christ like is. The Old Testament "Minor" prophets tell of what happened to Israel when she left G-d, over and over again and even after "Never again", we, in the USA have followed after the Baal. Child sacrifice, homosexuals, the use of His name in every single negative form. If we are a Christian nation it is in name only.
 

SR9

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No doubt the how it will end, but the when, know one knows except God Himself. So that means I know 2 people that don't have the answer. You and me.
 

Ringo

A WATCHMAN
No doubt the how it will end, but the when, know one knows except God Himself. So that means I know 2 people that don't have the answer. You and me.
Wrong. "No one knows except God Himself" is in reference to the day & hour of the Rapture, not the End of the Age. Bible basics...prior to Christ's Second Coming, the RE-BIRTH of the nation of ISRAEL had to take place. That happened in 1948. It's clear that God didn't expect us to be ignorant or deceived about the End Times...Jesus chastises the Pharisees and Sadducees for being ignorant of His first coming ... “When evening comes, you say, ‘It will be fair weather, for the sky is red,’ and in the morning, ‘Today it will be stormy, for the sky is red and overcast.’ You know how to interpret the appearance of the sky, but you cannot interpret the signs of the times". Jesus doesn't want us ignorant of the timing of His Second Coming, therefore Jesus gave us the answer in Signs of the End of the Age, in all three Gospels (Matthew 24:34 - Mark 13:30 -Luke 21:32) Jesus says..."I tell you the truth, this generation will certainly not pass away until ALL these things have happened". Jesus makes it clear that the re-birth of the nation of Israel (1948) marks the beginning of the Last Generation. What are ALL of the things that will happen? The Rapture, the 7 years of Tribulation and His Second Coming. Knowing that God said that a man's years (generation) will be "Three Score & Ten (70 yrs) or Four Score (80 yrs) if by strength, and the countdown began in 1948, time is much shorter than we think.


Life Is Good. :dance3:



MARANATHA! :victory:
 

Stan45

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The Wedding of Messiah
The Jewish wedding tradition is linked to the Rapture (and by association to the Feast of Trumpets) via numerous passages of Scripture. In Ephesians 5, for instance, Paul likens the joining of the Lord to the church (which occurs at the Rapture) to a marriage: “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word, and to present her to himself as a radiant church, without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless” (Ephesians 5:25-27)
Another passage that links the Jewish wedding tradition to the Rapture is Matthew 25’s parable of the ten virgins. Here, the Bridegroom represents the Lord, while the virgins represent the believers who He comes to snatch away at the Rapture, or “marriage”: “And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him…and they [the virgins] that were ready went in with him to the marriage” (Matthew 25:6, 10).
Yet another rapture/Jewish-wedding correlation is found in the Book of John. In Jewish culture it was customary that after the bride accepted the groom’s proposal, the bridegroom would depart, going back to his father’s house to prepare the bridal chamber. (It was understood to be the man’s duty to go away to be with his father, build a house, and prepare for the eventual wedding.) Before the bridegroom departed, however, he would say something along these lines to the bride: “I am going to prepare a place for you. I will come back for you so that you may come be with me in that place.” This traditional vow echoes what Jesus said to the Disciples in John 14, just before leaving to return to His “Father’s house” in Heaven: “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am” (John 14:1-3).

The Question of Knowing
All of the above themes suggest that the Rapture will occur at the Feast of the Trumpets, beginning Tishrei 1, on the Hebrew Calendar. How is it possible to know the “day” of the Rapture when Jesus said that “no one knows the day or the hour?”
The Hidden Day
The Feast of the Trumpets is also known as Yom HaKeseh, or the “Hidden Day.” The term Keseh, or keceh, is derived from the Hebrew root kacah, which means to “conceal, cover, or hide.” Every day during the month of Elul (the month preceding Tishrei) a trumpet was blown to warn the people to turn back to God. The exception was the thirtieth, or last, day of the month (the day preceding the Feast of the Trumpets). On this day, the trumpet was not blown but all was silent. This was done to underscore the fact that much about the Feast of Trumpets is concealed, or shrouded in mystery. This somewhat mystical aspect is alluded to in the Psalms: “Sound the shofar on the new moon, in concealment of the day of our festival” (Psalms 81:3).
Adding to the mystery surround the Feast of Trumpets, the time of its commencement was uncertain, as it was uniquely dependent on the sighting of the New Moon. According to custom, the New Moon (a tiny sliver of the crescent) would have to be sighted by “two witnesses.” These witnesses were then required to go before the Sanhedrin (the Jewish religious court) and testify of its appearance before the feast could actually begin. Due to these two factors (the uncertain timing of the moon-sighting and the time required to have the sighting sanctified) the Feast of Trumpets was extended to a full forty eight hours; it therefore became the only two-day feast (Tishrei 1, 2) practiced in Israel. Because the Feast of Trumpets was two days long and no one knew what hour (depending on the moon) it would begin, it became the only feast of which it was said, “No one knows the day or hour” it will commence.
The Lord’s famous words in Matthew 24, “But of that day or hour no one knows,” are thus a reference to the Feast of Trumpets. This recalls the earlier acknowledged commonness of dual meanings in Scripture and the fact that a word or verse can have both a literal and a symbolic meaning. Here, in addition to making a true, literal statement, “No one can know the (exact) day or hour” of His coming, Jesus was alluding to the fact that this coming will occur at some point during the two-day Feast of Trumpets – the only feast that no one knew which “day or hour” it would begin.
 

Stan45

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. We can rest assured, however, that God, who does not change (Malachi 3:6), will fulfill these feasts to the very letter and to the very day, just as He did the spring feasts some two thousand years ago. This means, as odd as it sounds to Christians who have been told they cannot know the time of Jesus' return, that we already know the feast day and therefore the Hebrew calendar day (s) of the Rapture and Second Coming. Paul confirms this in 1 Thessalonians: "About times and dates ...you [already] know!" (5:1, 2) The Apostle was referring to the fact that, because his brothers and sisters in Christ (who were Jews) knew about the feasts, they already knew about the "times and dates" of the Lord's coming. It is only the year of this coming that is not revealed via the feasts.
 

XD40scinNC

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I was referring to the "Rapture". I could be tomorrow or a 100 years.

Could have been last week, but your god found no one worthy, just a bunch of self-proclaiming faux christians using the bible to justify their bias, bigotry and hate.
 

NotTwoShure

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A few gifts this year from us to the kids and grandkids has been "God's not Dead" , Kevin Sorbo and David White, great story. This past year we sent Doc David Jeremiah's study bibles. Lot of study notes. The only draw back the book is NKJ however the changes from the KJV were sent with them by me.
 

BC1

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This place just gets crazier and crazier.
Is the craziness from those who post about belief or the few lingerers who name call and tell everyone else they're stupid? One group praises God, the other strays attack them. Then to say the place is crazy? If you're not interested in religion why post to a thread of religious people praising God.
 

XD40scinNC

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Is the craziness from those who post about belief or the few lingerers who name call and tell everyone else they're stupid? One group praises God, the other strays attack them. Then to say the place is crazy? If you're not interested in religion why post to a thread of religious people praising God.

Why are you praising god in your posts here? Whom are you trying to impress, god? Doesn't christianity teach that your talks with your god are supposed to be private and that you should close your door and do it in private?
 

Farmhood

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Is the craziness from those who post about belief or the few lingerers who name call and tell everyone else they're stupid? One group praises God, the other strays attack them. Then to say the place is crazy? If you're not interested in religion why post to a thread of religious people praising God.

That's right BC. Sometimes folks get confused on which end of the crazy stick they are holding. You know this time of year enflames the athiest bigots. Next they will start telling you how you should act according to the Bible. Now that will be funny. I've said it before these guy's are very productive in advancing the Thruth of Jesus Christ! MERRY CHRISTMAS

sinful nature is always hostile to God....
 

XD40scinNC

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That's right BC. Sometimes folks get confused on which end of the crazy stick they are holding. You know this time of year enflames the athiest bigots. Next they will start telling you how you should act according to the Bible. Now that will be funny. I've said it before these guy's are very productive in advancing the Thruth of Jesus Christ! MERRY CHRISTMAS

sinful nature is always hostile to God....

Well someone has to tell you what is in your bible, because it is a fact that evangelical christians are the least knowledgeable about their own religion.

Atheists and agnostics, Jews and Mormons are among the highest-scoring groups on a new survey of religious knowledge, outperforming evangelical Protestants, mainline Protestants and Catholics on questions about the core teachings, history and leading figures of major world religions.
U.S. Religious Knowledge Survey | Pew Research Center's Religion & Public Life Project
 

NotTwoShure

Active member
Wait, the thread topic is about Christ so why would faith and bible quotes not be under this? If I am on a Christian site and if that site has an off topic thread concerning bullets/guns and carry I would expect that subject. If I go to the Chevy blogs and chat about my cooking while working in an underground copper mine on a gearhead site that would be off topic. If I go to a thread on MilDot sights and post on issues of my travel trailer that might not be right, so, I guess talk of Christ on a gun site on off topic is ok.
Not the ones I am on.
 

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