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Quote# 49769

I'm only 30 years old and my husband is 37. We have so much to be thankful for, and we are. But we have both discussed that we are just ready to get out of this sinful, sad world. For years, I kept thinking things might get better. They just seem to keep getting worse.

cameobrio, RR 51 Comments [10/15/2008 7:35:56 AM]
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Quote# 49727

Please take this caution in the right way. I too have told my kids about the Rapture, especially when they would ask about their grandparents dying. I told them that I hoped we'd all go to see Jesus without dying.

Now, my story:

When my grandmother was a little girl (8?) she and her friend came home from school together to the farmhouse. No one was there, which was very unusual. They went out to the barn, all around the fields, and began to worry that the Rapture had happened and they'd been left.

They ran to Grandma's grandmother's house; it was empty. They ran to the friend's house; it was empty. They ran to Grandma's grown-up sister's house and found Naomi. Phew!

They were absolutely panicked! You may want to address that sort of thing.... My mother said her mother had bad dreams for the rest of her life about 'missing the rapture.'

BlessedAssurance, Rapture Ready 38 Comments [10/15/2008 5:07:01 AM]
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Quote# 49752

Personally I don't care how close the KJV of 1611 is to the actual Greek. The point is that those Godly men who compiled it were inspired by the Holy Spirit to do so in the way that they did. Indeed, Scripture itself prophecies that, in the years to come, a king will translate scripture perfectly (Ecclesiastes 8:4).

No other version will do, and I have a friend in the US who burns NIVs (many Christians believe the NIV is demon-inspired).

Garvan Ellison, http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbreligion 36 Comments [10/15/2008 2:49:55 AM]
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Submitted By: Peter
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Quote# 49583

Isn't the Nation of Israel a proof that God Is Real?
if you read the History of Israel, and the early patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob you will find that God has everything to do with Israel and the World.

So are you saying that all Israel, and millions of people are deluded just by believing in God?

Not Of This World, Y!A 49 Comments [10/15/2008 1:30:13 AM]
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Quote# 49686

(In a WoW thread)

In response to the popular argument that playing a character that uses spells or witchcraft or playing a demon character is not real, it's just a game, I ask this.

Would you play a game that one of the objects is to rape a teenager? Or would you play a game that you're a Roman guard beating Jesus Christ? Or would you play a game were you kill people unjustly to gain money?

It's all fake because its a game, but it condoning the act by participating in it fictitously.

[It's not pretending to do real witchcraft, it's something completely different ... thus, the analogy is fallacious.]

Uhh, no. Fake algorithm witchcraft or actual witchcraft, its still evil. Just because someone makes some algorithms to make witchcraft interesting doesn't make it ok. If you play a game were you are to rape a young girl, your not actually doing it. Its just algorithms to make it interesting. It's still wrong.

Bryan Cotton, CF 44 Comments [10/14/2008 10:38:58 PM]
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Quote# 49761

[About CT's decision to overturn ban on homosexuality]

This is tyranny! A 5-4 decision. Our courts are out of control. If Obama gets elected it's just going to get worse. Several supreme court justices will be running to the retirement line. If Obama gets elected, it will literally be the end of America!

mel018, Rapture Ready 46 Comments [10/14/2008 9:02:44 PM]
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Submitted By: Orlor
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Quote# 49808

[dicussing weather Obama would ban RR]

God wouldn't allow him or anyone else to shut this place down...I rely on this place...God wouldn't take that away from me...

cbressler1976, Rapture Ready 80 Comments [10/14/2008 8:57:28 PM]
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Submitted By: cc
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Quote# 49979

My son, who is 15, has a school friend (same age, I believe) which he talks to and invites over frequently, and I am just fine with this. But recently I found out (from a parent) that this friend is gay.

The last thing I want is my son to be corrupted into homosexuality. Now my son has never given me reason to believe that he is gay, but it saddens me that I had to go to another parent for this information, instead of my son telling me. Plus, lately it seems that he has been distancing himself from me, so you can never be too careful.

So the last time the friend came over (a few days ago), I kindly asked him to leave my home. The friend complied, but needless to say my son was very frustrated with me. I told him that it was just something he'll understand when he gets older, and that he'll appreciate me doing this eventually. But despite this he was still angry (stubborn teenagers), but he'll come around eventually I hope. It's been a few days now and he still seems a little upset.

Do you think I did the right thing? We go to Church regularly, so I thought by now he'd know that homosexuality is a sin. What should I do if my son stays upset?

(Thank you for taking the time to read this! Normally if I have questions I go to websites such as Yahoo Answers, but I often notice that Christians are constantly persecuted there. It feels much better posting on a website like this among other Christians that I can trust, so any responses will be appreciated!)

[Read: I'll post on a biased website so I can get the answer I'd like.]

-Julie
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bless&believe, Rapture Ready 76 Comments [10/14/2008 8:56:25 PM]
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Quote# 49696

Wake up America! When you put that muslim idiot in the white house this is all we will ever hear. You people are allowing this devil in and he will take over. Once a muslim always a muslim. women get ready for your vails and I hope all the men like wearing turbins and robes. America is going to hell in a hand basket. Don't let Obama in the white house...

bama fan, kjrh 45 Comments [10/14/2008 8:52:36 PM]
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Submitted By: worldsend
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Quote# 49912

True Christians join me in remembering the lives of the suffering in hell?

Let us talk about poor old Albert Einstein.

Poor old foolish Albert Einstein , suffering in the fire as I speak.
Poor old Albert Einstein , liked by the unwise athiest that are weak.
A Liberal so opposed to the spreading of the Truth so fare.
Oh how could he so truly dare.

A contributor to the Science that was so meek.
His theories made no sense , God could tell.
"Albert, please , intelligence will always be weak."
And with that, he himself was sent to HELL.

"Let this be a warning", God said.
Too much intelligence, and there a liberal paradise will you be lead.
For foolish liberals, humanism seemed so nice.
But in hell , the Devil saw they scurried like mice.

Now here is another piece of advise.
Reason, Science, and intellect belong to the lice.
Einstein, Newton, and Galileo could not tell.
But know, they will burn forever in hell.

And now let the atheists be pitied.
So they will know that there is a God that they need.
Let us hope the evil philosophies that Sagan had taught.
Will in the future , never be bought.

Jesus FREAK, Yahoo Answers 111 Comments [10/14/2008 8:45:04 PM]
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Submitted By: J Arcenas
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Quote# 49968

Christians: is it important to limit the kind of people your children associate with?
My son Martin is at a sensitive age, and he has a male friend who is on the feminine side. I know god disapproves of effeminite acts, am I wrong to stop them spending so much time together? I have stopped Martin going over to the boys house, and I only let them socialise in the living room where I can observe them. Hubby wants to stop the boy coming round altogether.

?Jayden's? ?Mommy? † Member since:, Yahoo Answers 42 Comments [10/14/2008 8:44:41 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores
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Quote# 49982

[transcript of a prayer at a McCain rally]

I'll also add, Lord, that your reputation is involved in all that happens between now and November, because there are billions of people around this world praying to their god, whether it's Hindu, Buddha, Allah..., that his opponent wins, for a variety of reasons, and Lord I pray that you would guard your own reputation, because they're gonna think that their god is bigger than you if that happens.

So I pray that you would step forward and honor your own name in all that happens between now and election day.

Rev, Arnold Conrad, YouTube video of CNN broadcast of McCain rally 48 Comments [10/14/2008 8:41:53 PM]
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Submitted By: Me
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Quote# 49794

Most gays and lesbians do not want to marry each other. That would entangle them in all sorts of legal constraints. Who needs a lifetime commitment to one person? The intention here is to destroy marriage altogether. With marriage as we know it gone, everyone would enjoy all the legal benefits of marriage (custody rights, tax-free inheritance, joint ownership of property, health care and spousal citizenship, etc.,) without limiting the number of partners or their gender. Nor would "couples" be bound to each other in the eyes of the law. This is clearly where the movement is headed.

Studies indicate that homosexual couples have higher rates of promiscuity than heterosexual couples. Allowing gays to marry would make gays seek more partners. In addition, studies report that homosexual couples have significantly higher incidences of violent behavior.

?Jayden's? ??Mommy?? †, Yahoo! Answers 45 Comments [10/14/2008 8:28:30 PM]
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Submitted By: Cameron Darlirace
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Quote# 49807

(Question is about a person asking if he should tell his parents he is an atheist)

why dont you keep your atheist crap to yourself and stop converting other people to it.

Jesus boy, Yahoo Answers 41 Comments [10/14/2008 8:21:20 PM]
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Submitted By: FundieFinder
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Quote# 49744

(Originally Posted by Repentant Heart
That's fine, but I don't limit my morals to abortion and gay marriage. I'm not seeking your approval on my vote (no matter who I decide upon) this November. I don't need it.)


My 2 cents: First, dont forget the spiritual driving force behind this election and its outcome. Thats all I will say on that.

Second: RepententHeart: No, you dont need anyone's approval for your vote except Jesus's. And no, abortion and gay marriage dont totally define morality.... but abortion (murder) and gay marriage (adultery) look to be pretty important to God since they are in the top 10 of His commandments. I think you may want to look at the big picture and see the harm it does to a society, especially throughout history. Love the Lord God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength (paraphrased) and love your neighbor as yourself is supposed to sum it up. Yes, logic can help you see things all sorts of ways, but there is only one way that God sees it and we are supposed to see it the same way. Pro choice is pro murder, there is no other way to look at it that is correct in God's eyes. Just pray and be sure you can stand in front of the Lord and explain your vote to Him and you'll be ok.

sunshine2777, RaptureReady 28 Comments [10/14/2008 4:21:18 PM]
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Quote# 49746

...whenever I watch a film which portrays magic of some description (ie The Lord of the Rings, also the excellent ''Shrek' films, esp part II) I have to stop watching because I experience a band of severe pain on my forehead.

I spoke to a Christian friend about this today, and she can watch ie 'The Return of the King' without experiencing any ill effects on her body at all.

I need to pray against witchcraft powers in order to get released from this pain.

I am intrigued about why I should get this pain, and others dont Could it be that I have some 'witchcraft' holds in my body already which are providing a sort of 'landing pad' for this heinous stuff? Could I be 'spiritually sensitive' - if such a condition exists?

godslass, Ministering Deliverance 59 Comments [10/14/2008 4:19:22 PM]
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Quote# 49711

When I was in High School, I had this teacher that hated Christians. In one of his classes, we had a test on evolution. Well, I didn't exactly answer the questions like the rest of the class. I included God into my answers and denied a lot of what was being taught.. instead basing myself on the Bible. I got pretty bad on the test, but ever since then Ive been known among the teachers as a Christian. And some have even asked me about it. It opened a lot of doors that wouldnt have been there otherwise!

blueroses27, Christian Forums 49 Comments [10/14/2008 2:11:45 PM]
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Submitted By: J Arcenas
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Quote# 49722

Earth: Billions of years?! Ha! You're off by a couple powers of ten! I'm really 6,000 years old, give or take a century!

Secular Scientist: 6,000?! NO WAY!!

Earth: Yes, way! So much for evolution, huh?

DBoyWheeler, DeviantART 75 Comments [10/14/2008 2:05:39 PM]
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Submitted By: spoonorca
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Quote# 49674

Did you know that 95% of americans are scientifically-illiterate?

Answer :From what I saw this very young girl thinks we are illiterate because we refuse evolution.

America became the most powerful nation in the world because of our literate Word of God, the Holy Bible. We are becoming illiterate because we refuse to read the Bible. Without the Holy Spirit who teaches us all things, we are becoming illiterate.

She's blaming religion and I'm blaming the lack of the Holy Spirit within Americans. Our churches are watered down, lukewarm and useless. Try a few different churches from your own and you will wonder where is the Lord in this church.
Satan has crept into our churches and the devil is preaching in the pulpits and America is confused.

The Word of God teaches that Judgment begins in the house of God.

This young girl has been hurt by an evil church group who became a stumbling block to her. How many Americans suffer from being hurt by church members? How many Americans have left churches before they joined thinking that all the church wants in their money? How many Americans have been to churches that never once gave an invitation to make a public profession of their faith in Christ Jesus? How many Americans have left churches wanting to know Jesus better but never once were they told how to learn more about Christ Jesus? Or how to be baptised? Or what it takes to be saved? Or what it takes to have a relationship with Christ? Or what is being born again? People walk in and walk out of churches without ever being taught about the cross of Jesus.

I wish 95% of Americans were Christian. If the little girl thinks science can teach her things. She has no idea what the Holy Spirit can teach her.

Jeancommunicates, Yahoo Answers 36 Comments [10/14/2008 2:05:35 PM]
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Submitted By: J Arcenas
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Quote# 49675

Why don't you do your own godamned reasearch? You do know that there are actual historical documents of Jesus that were not in the Bible, but instead held by it's own government or something. And also how about lost biblical text? There was a recently found book of judas found a couple years back.


[I'm aware of Jesus of Nazareth. That does not prove God's existence, however.]


So explain how Jesus was able to be raised from the dead for 40 days after spending 3 days in Hell.

[He wasn't. There's no proof of this. It's just a fairy tale in the Bible.]


You just contradicted yourself. You told me he did exist, and now your telling me he didn't do anything like that.

n00b_pwner, GameFAQs 36 Comments [10/14/2008 1:57:25 PM]
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Submitted By: Dick Longwanger
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Quote# 49649

A vote for Obama is a vote for pure evil

Don’t concern yourself over who is going to bomb who when the Lord Jesus Christ starts showing his power and brings his wrath down on America for voting for the devil himself (in men like Obama who murders babies by voting for late term abortion) first comes war---then famine.

Read Lamentatins in the O.T. on people dying from famine and wishing they had died by the sword.

Obama has no power, nor do any of the enimies of God, all we get to do with God is obey him

If you don’t want the famine which will surely follow if you vote for Obama, then don’t vote for Obama

"jeanie", Stupid Evil Bastard 38 Comments [10/14/2008 12:11:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Les
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Quote# 49543

The Prophet Muhammad said that there is no need to wash off the urine of the male infant.
Only the urine of the female infant should be washed.
In the case of the urine of the male infant, it is enough to sprinkle water lightly over it.
From this, the religious scholars have concluded that the urine of the male is less impure than the urine of the female.
This gives rise to many questions:
Why is there a distinction between the urine of the male and the female?
What is the wisdom in this?
Is this, as some Orientalists claim, discrimination against the female, even in infancy?
God forbid that this is true.

In order to prove the wisdom behind this, scientists from an Iraqi university have conducted a unique experiment.
Of course, this experiment was supervised by a professor from the International Commission on Scientific Signs in the Quran and the Sunna.

This experiment proved that a type of bacteria known as E. coli - and you can see a picture of this bacteria behind me...
We found this type of bacteria in the urine culture of both male and female infants.
What was strange, however, was that the urine of the male infant contained much fewer bacteria than that of the female.

This proves unequivocally that this is the true religion, and that this knowledge was conveyed to the prophet by Allah.

Dr. Ahmad Al-Muzain, YouTube 58 Comments [10/14/2008 11:57:48 AM]
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Submitted By: Tom S. Fox
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Quote# 49653

(Discussion regarding stem cell research)

I'm pretty much against it. Doesn't it find ways to cure illnesses? Either way I still think it's wrong. Not only those aborted babies weren't aloud a chance in life, their bodies then are put to 'Scientific Use'. Say a woman found out she was pregnant, and she was thinking of getting an abortion. One of the 'Pros' would be it'd make an addiction to scientific research. I'm not completley against it, I mean...at least it's for studies, if they just get rid of abortion all together then it'd be solved! That's just my opinion...sorry if everybody's pro choice, but I' m pro life biggrin.gif

Joy2TheWorld, http://www.christianteenforums.com 37 Comments [10/14/2008 11:02:21 AM]
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Submitted By: Fathawk
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Quote# 49756

Planetary orbits are the idea that planets go round the sun.

Yet this phenomenum has never been observed. Psalm 93 and Joshua 10 make clear that this is not the case, but any scientist who subscribes to the Biblical view is deemed to be some sort of nutcase.

Scientists will not be happy until they have silenced every born-again Christian on this earth. Ultimately, (and as this nonsense in Geneva is showing), their sense of self-importance will be their own undoing. Playing God is a dangerous game.

Garvan Ellison, http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbreligion/F2213235 45 Comments [10/14/2008 11:02:16 AM]
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Submitted By: Peter
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Quote# 49759

(discussing what will happen to America if Obama becomes president)

And yet we still don't know if Obama is an American citizen.

Priorities sure are messed up.

Girls.......you better start shopping for your Burkas now.

rrfan62, Rapture Ready 33 Comments [10/14/2008 10:53:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Redneck Bimbo Governor
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