Others who dont agree with me are unbiblical while I am always biblical.
The original Greek/Hebrew is never pulled out to support other peoples point, but always my own.
Others who come to different conclusions than me while reading the same Bible are twisting scripture, while I always know and speak the untwisted version.
Satan has blinded the minds of others when they do not see things they way I see them. My mind is never blinded.
If anyone strongly disagrees with what I believe then they are a Heretic.
Any verbal Christian who disagrees with what I think scripture says is a wolf in sheeps clothing.
The gospel that I preach is always the same gospel that Paul preached. Anyone who differs from what I preach is preaching a different gospel than Paul and is therefore an anathema and cursed.
If I can use more words (the bigger the better) than others in a comment thread, I win.
If anyone sways from the penal substitution theory of atonement, then they do not believe in the Jesus or God of the Bible.
Orthodox belief is always what I believe.
Others are on slippery slopes, not me.
I have a pure reading and understanding of scripture; my opinion, preferences, culture, personal beliefs and upbringing have absolutely no influence in my biblical understanding.
I am always part of Gods in-crowd.
There is an absolute Truth, and I know it. Anyone who disagrees with me is believing and speaking lies. Satan has deceived them.
In the end, me and my God will win. Youll see.
her little victory dance at the end of the skit....
May 7 2012, 3:16 PM
....says it all.
It's funny because I've met church ladies - and men - just like this, likely we all have. But then, I've met Christians just as devout, just as certain of their convictions, who are totally the opposite - completely loving and non-judgmental, loving, accepting, humble...like my husband's grandmother. She has unshakeable faith in God, but I think she is the kindest, most gentle and loving person I have ever met. Now, THAT'S the kind of church lady I'd like to be. =)
A very beautiful understanding of the human experience, sis.
Constant self vigilance can keep us in harmony with The Spirit Path within, imo. I AM the epitome of highs and lows as far as expressing emotions go but I am also pretty nifty at quick grounding! After all, we are spirit experiencing the human adventure.
(I am only joshing Tim as I do from time to time. Smile.)
- a proposition that implies its own negation is necessarily false a proposition that is implied by its own negation is necessarily true -
rejected and denied by many, accepted and embraced by few : falsifiability - it is not what we (think we) know that matters, it is what we can show true that does as the maxim demands; truth is demonstrably fact and fact is demonstrably true everything else ... mere BS -
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This message has been edited by JVH on May 8, 2012 4:15 AM This message has been edited by JVH on May 7, 2012 3:32 AM
As I understand it, applicants for membership in one of the churches in Jesus' time after having completed successfully all entrance requirements were admitted to baptism, giving God a chance to drown those not acceptable to God. All others were forgiven their past repented sins, and they then were therefore CHOSEN by God and got their membership as requested. For a partial description of the lifestyle of Christians in Jesus' time and beyond read ACTS 244-47 and ACTS 4:32-37. Churches in Jesus' time were artificial "families" that modern churches should be too, but aren't.