Airman Punished for Objecting to Gay Marriage in Military Chapel

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  1. Janine says:

    FYI: ‘Evolution vs. God’ Movie So Popular It Crashes Evangelical Leader’s Website: ‘It’s Going to Take Down Evolution’

  2. Janine says:


    “Rabbi Shmuel Boteach, Chairman of the Oxford University L’Chaim Society and author, uses a wider perspective in his interpretation of the passages in the Bible regarding homosexuality. Boteach has developed a more humane interpretation of God’s mandate for heterosexual acts and prohibition of homosexual acts.
    According to Boteach, homosexual acts are wrong simply because the Torah/Law/Instructions says they are wrong, and not because they are an aberration or sickness.
    According to the Bible, homosexual acts are “to’evah,” an abomination.
    In Leviticus 18:22, it is written: “And you shall not cohabit with a male as one cohabits with a woman; it is an abomination.”
    Sexuality as a whole is instinctive, and both heterosexuality and homosexuality are natural. Then why does God say that heterosexual love is holy and homosexual love is an abomination? Heterosexual love is the way the human race propagates itself. God demands that we regulate our sexual activity so that we will lead happier lives and fulfill our commitments to our communities. The Torah is against homosexual acts, not homosexual people.God & Judaism loves all people.
    Furthermore, the Torah condemns the homosexual act, not homosexual love or the homosexual urge. “Judaism does not prohibit or in any way look down upon homosexual love. In the eyes of Judaism the love between two men or two women can be as natural as the love between a man and a woman. What it does prohibit is homosexual intercourse.”

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      I am astonished at this post. What are you trying to do with it?
      Homosexual “love” is a burning lust and is in no way in any fashion connected to real love.
      This teaching is bizarre.

  3. Melany says:

    This article is disturbing and reinforces a thought that occurs to me at times ~ how close are we to censorship of spreading the Gospel via the internet? Since we are not as fortunate as Kenya to have a leader who is not ashamed to say “We believe in God”, and refuses to recognize sin as a right and a ‘passion’. Satan has pulled the wool over many eyes & has hardened as many hearts. Hardened hearts can be very cruel, as we are seeing.
    Anything I do anymore, I investigate fully. I want to make sure my value system is not compromised. The most important thing in this life is to follow God. Things are getting rougher, but that means we’re getting closer to Yeshua’s return. This can be such a relief, giving up on this world, and putting my faith in Yeshua alone.

  4. dan .w says:

    I’ve been using Psalm 2 and Psalm 9;17 alot these days…because we are almost there.We issue a wake up call to the church,and to the lost world at large.The King is coming soon…Is He coming as your lawyer,…or judge?Now is the appointed time of Salvation..No matter your past,all can be made new and right when we come to Christ,asking Him to forgive us wash us clean,and save us from the Hell that awaits all who reject/neglect Him.There are one of two futures that await every one…Both are eternal,one is pleasant,the other so horrible,words are not enough to convey it’s magnitude….Don’t make the mistake of waiting or blowing off what is the most important choice you will ever make.Heaven is only free if you accept it…but you will pay,and pay,and pay……..if you don’t.I’ve told you the Truth…What will you do with it???

  5. Byron says:

    Wait until Satan’s sodomite spirit leaves (by that time it’ll be too late) them!

  6. Catherine says:

    Lord Jesus, Help us!!!

  7. Jenny says:

    This could be a beneficial resource for someone…

  8. Loretta says:

    Thank you Jenny, this is good to know.
    Our faith in God and our Lord Jesus Christ is our strength.
    II Corint 1:9 ….that we should not trust in ourselves, but in God which raiseth the dead:

  9. inhisservice says:

    As the BO administration once again stabs Isreal in the back. This is what BO means when he says he has their back….

    US to media: Israel struck Latakia arsenal last week.

    Keep looking up, the king is coming soon… 🙂

  10. B. Ross says:

    Hi Janine, most times I enjoy your comments, however this one, I am saddened. Listening to and believing a rabbi’s comment on this matter over the Bible, the Word of God, is heart breaking. My thoughts immediately went to Psalm 56:4, “In God will I praise his word, in God I have put my trust;…” Many well-meaning Christians make this same mistake; they rely on man who attempts to explain what ‘they believe’ God was actually saying, i.e.: Strong’s and Vine Concordances, study material from the likes of Zondervan, et al (whom are all corrupt). We, as Bible believing Christians, need NOTHING more than the King James Bible and the leading of the Holy Spirit to learn, study, and know the truth. There is a great question that I use often when confronted by others who attempt to rely on man’s teachings. It was asked by a man whom I consider to be a great man of God, and one who teaches sound doctrine, Brother/Pastor/Dr. Sam Gipp. The question is, and please think on this question with great thought, “Do you accept the [King James] Bible as your ‘final authority’ in ALL matters of faith and practice?”

    If you said ‘yes’, and I’m sure that you have, then why are you relying on what some rabbi had said? If you accpet the Bible as your ‘FINAL AUTHORITY’, then you need nothing, or no one else, to teach you God’s Word. All Christians MUST accept the Bible as their ‘final authority’ IN ALL MATTERS OF FAITH AND PRACTICE! (and practice).

    I pray that God will give you a discerning spirit to remove from you all things contrary to him (i.e.: false teachings). May God bless you greatly!

    PS: I don’t know who this rabbi is but he sounds like a Kabbalists, of whom are of the cult. (Forgive me if I’m wrong).

  11. B. Ross says:

    Here is a little history on rabbi Boteach. (After this I will comment no more on this man for it is not edifying for the Church)…

    Boteach has espoused a somewhat accepting view of homosexuality: “Homosexuality is akin to the prohibition against lighting fire on the Sabbath or eating bread during Passover; there is nothing immoral about it, but it violates the divine will…. I am in favor of gay civil unions rather than marriage,” he wrote in an op-ed column in the Wall Street Journal His books often discuss sex and sexual practices, to the chagrin of more conservative elements in the Orthodox community.

    Boteach has opened a dialogue with Christians, and specifically with Messianic Jews, who are considered by many orthodox Jews as apostates. In 2008 he debated with Michael Brown, a leader of the Messianic Jews, on whether belief in Jesus is compatible with Judaism, and in his book Kosher Jesus he depicts Jesus as “a Jewish patriot murdered by Rome for his struggle on behalf of his people…”. His openness and attempts at dialogue have ired many in the ultra-orthodox establishment. Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet, a leading British rabbi and a personal rival of Boteach’s, called Boteach’s attempts to reach out to Messianic Jews “self-delusional”, and Rabbi Immanuel Schochet of Toronto, Ytzchak Schochet’s father, banned the book to orthodox readers. “It is forbidden for anyone to buy or read this book,” he was quoted as saying in an interview.

    Boteach is known for his flamboyance and self-promotion. In a comment he later described as only having been sarcastic, he was reported as saying “God gave 10 commandments at Sinai, and the 11th commandment, which they expunged but which has come down orally, is ‘Thou shalt do anything for publicity and recognition.'”

    Please avoid this man and his teachings!

  12. Gary says:

    did anyone else notice the tropical storm that formed in the Caribbean and then John Kerry’s wife was struck with a seizure from an unknown origin when John Kerry was supposed to go to Israel, and after he postponed his trip to Israel, the tropical storm dissipated, and his wife started improving her condition. why, what an unbelievable set of circumstances.

  13. Mrs. CJB says:

    re.#1 Rabbi Boteach was well known for being a close friend and advisor to the late Michael Jackson.

  14. Mrs. CJB says:

    Please correct my comment (#10) to refer to comment #2. Thanks Brother John.

  15. Janine says:

    JOHN & B ROSS! Thanks B Ross. That clears it up. Just because I post something doesn’t mean I am ‘BELIEVING’ it. How can you just assume I am believing it B Ross! ! To believe is to trust. No Way! I am trying to do NOTHING with it John, that’s why I said ‘mmmmm’ in the comment which means Bizarre! Sorry for not being clearer. Blessings.

  16. Janine says:

    Thanks John.
    This is incredible! Looks like the end times game is approaching much faster than people think. This is not happening in Iran or Saudi Arabia, this is America! Sad.

  17. Joni says:

    It may just be my own opinion, but it’s John and The Lord’s blog, and he posts so much already for us to digest, and I try to focus on what he has already reviewed and or censored. And I realize he cannot possibly censor every link that is put up here by the readers, but to be real honest, I find others posting of links sort of rude and distracting on John’s blog.
    I am not trying to start anything here, really, I just like to FOCUS only on what John posts, and COMMENT only on what John posts, as this saves me much time and confusion.
    John has already done the sorting, and to me, thats what his blog is all about anyways, what HE wants to post.
    I am sure all might not agree, but am just saying.
    God Bless us all,

  18. dan .w says:

    I love my KJV,and the more I read,the more I believe.It is fully accurate and trustworthy.When it was translated into english..great pains were taken to preserve it from it’s original languages,and not make it some mans opinion…unlike other translations.Even the NKJV is suspect…The KJV is public domain and you could quote it or write it in it’s entirety,and not be waiting for a lawsuit…The other ‘versions’are copyrighted,and you can only print so much of it,as it is ‘owned’ by universities,or publishers.Those who would usurp the KJV..i.e.Wescott,Hort and others used funding from the sales of the KJV to launch the defiled ESV versions and others.These characters were spiritualists,occultists,necromancers,broadchurchmen types who embraced unitarianism,denied the value of the blood sacrifice of Christ,..Ect,ect.I could go on but I won’t do the research the Lord might want you to do.Look up New age Bible versions by G.A.Ripplinger to help you in you studies.It’s an eye opener.God Bless you brother John for your blog/updates..and for just plain being there with the Truth,every day.You are appreciated,Dan.w

  19. B. Ross says:

    @dan.w – Gail Ripliger is an amazing person when it comes to the knowledge of God’s Word. I have studied six or seven of her books over the last several years to include “In Awe of Thy Word” and “Hazardous Materials”. Excellent studies and a must read for anyone who wants to know the truth in God’s Word. Because of the many things I have learned by studying her books I have been able, by the grace of God, to bring others to the knowledge of the KJB and warn them about the corrupt New Age per-Versions. For some it was very trying since all they know is, for instance, the NIV. And as for some of the arguements I had to endure, all I can say is that I could not have done so without the help of God.

    Also, have you read “Final Authority” by Dr. William P. Grady? Another MUST read! And since we’re on the topic, another must read is A.W.Tozer’s book titled, “The Crucified Life”. You will not be disappointed. It is life changing! I usually buy this book to give to others like one would a tract. It has been a blessing to every one that I have given it to. It truly is an amazing thing to literally see ones life changed.

    God Bless!

  20. B. Ross says:

    @Janine, I apologize for misunderstanding what you where trying to convey. It’s just that your posting completely caught me off guard and without reading it the second time, I quickly responded to what you had posted. (My fault, I know better). As your brother in Christ, please accept my apology. God Bless! (Sorry for not replying earlier, I just got home from work and noticed your response).

  21. Norman Page says:

    I too love the KJV! Despite what its critics say, in the latter years of my walk I’ve found it to be anointed, and the most accurate on key doctrinal points. I find the Spirit interprets the old words and forms; and there’s a wonderful precision about 16th century English, which I think was a divine preparation of grace for what was to follow in history – an outworking of the prayers of hidden saints across Europe, many of them wickedly persecuted by the spirit of ‘that woman, Jezebel’, operating through the establishment. There was such a hunger, after centuries of darkness. The English Martyrs, culminating in the reign of Mary in 1555, included many ordinary folk (even a young blind girl) who’d come to a saving faith. According to Foxe, they went to the stake as heretics, singing psalms, and crying for mercy upon all, even as they died (Cf. Stephen, the first martyr). Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress is also a wonderful companion to the KJV lover. This ‘light from old times’ helps us keep today’s momentous events in perspective. In Britain, the copyright for the KJV is still officially owned by the Crown. Even so, I love those two words: ‘cum privilegio’ (with privilege). If ever there was an outworking of 1 Tim 2, this was it! Sadly though, there is now a famine, not of bread, but of HEARING the words of the Lord. We should direct our prayers accordingly.

  22. Jackie says:

    B Ross to Janine
    This is what it is all about repentance and forgiveness. It is what separates Christians from others! Standing together, edifying one another and holding tight to the hand of our Father.
    Love in Christ to all of my brothers & sisters

  23. Barbara in VA says:

    Hi: Just had to add to things said about Gail Riplinger. It was years ago when she was first interviewed on SWRC that I became aware of the many changes that had been made in the newer Bible translations, changes that she showed also changed the meaning of the verses. She even mentioned on a more recent interview the omission of “Jesus came to heal the brokenhearted”, the omission of “only begotten” from John 3:16, plus many others. I bought her first book after that SWRC interview and was convinced right away of the problem. I have not followed her through the years, but will definitely consider getting some of her other books. (Thanks B. Ross for your comment about Gail Riplinger.) She took a huge amount of criticism from the “bible experts” of that time and actually is still under-fire. However, she makes the problem very, very clear and I thank God for her witness!


  24. Jenny says:

    I just feel an urgency to pray for you – for clarity – to KNOW where it is The Spirit is leading (and in turn leading us). May He give you an abundance of love for His Word and His people.

    In the awesome Name of Him who was, who is, and is to come!


  25. Mary E. says:

    I spend countless hours every week searching the internet for news that pertains to prophecy. I’ve been doing it for years, but I can’t catch everything and that is why this blog, and John’s tireless work, is so valuable to me. I also rely on the bother’s and sister’s on this comment section to relay news items that they deem important for other’s to view. That’s part of what being a watchman is all about. We come here together to fellowship, share and comfort each other, as the days are growing darker. Thank you John, for allowing us to participate in the ministry, giving us a feeling of belonging…not isolation.

  26. dan .w says:

    This is my church home.Each and every one of you are greatly used in God’s work and Kingdom…Thanks for being my family,and my friends.God bless you all.If I named all of you,I’d run out of room,but I’m glad your in the family,Dan.w

  27. Joni says:

    I have heard really good things about Gail R. and her work.
    If I recall we had some naysayers on here a long while back, that wanted to put John and others down for believing her findings.
    I cant remember what their beef with her was, but I know when someone shines the truth, such as her or John McT, the enemies come out of the crevices to attack, and funny thing, its educational and sort of solidifies it for me.
    I think I mentioned a long while back, how new I was to the Word of God, and the deception, and prophecy, and how easily it is to get confused, or go on info overload, as I do often.
    More so after the cancer treatment sadly.
    And if it happens to me on the blog, it surely happens to others too, who may not even post, but just read.
    Its a fine line when one is somewhat new, to not be misguided by all the info available at the touch of our keyboard, and I think what I wanted to relay mostly was that if John McT verifies it, then I believe it, as I am sure others do.
    Although the KJB is my final authority.
    BUT, if people post random links to stuff, and its not verified by John, and if it was written by someone who has different leanings that would change the meaning, then I think it does more damage than good.
    Please keep in mind, some of you here have had the benefit of a lifetime of learning, and living in the Word. And some of us not so long, and it makes a HUGE difference to read what can be trusted and was posted by the owner of the blog.
    I sort of knew I would be misunderstood.
    But it needed said.
    Some links have actually led us to sites that are even anti-Israel!!!, and I think that a newcomer could see that and become dissilusioned and discredit John, and thats the last thing I would want to happen, being so new myself to the TRUTH.
    John has always been verifiable and transparent, authors of things on those links, such as that crazy rabbi, not so.

    God Bless us all,

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      I try and look at the links before I post them.
      If I know the prison posting I may trust them and post it.
      What I found happens, if the link is not good some tells me and I go back and delete it.
      This does not often happen.

  28. dan .w says:

    B.Ross…I do have G.A.Riplingers other works…second to none.She covers more ground running,than just about anyone out there…Another one who loves the Truth.God Bless her,.and Brother Norman,thanks for the information.The English language perfectly encapsulates what the Lord says in all His fulness and Glory with nothing lacking.It is the only Bible[KJV],I know of that interprets itself so we would not miss what God would have us know/hear with complete confidence that it is Him speaking,and not a mere man.God bless you both,Dan.w

  29. Christina says:

    A friend of mine asked me to come to her Bible study class last week at a church I have never been to before. The pastor joined us that night and asked us how we view God. I responded that I see him like a father in the sense that (just like any good earthly father), God is loving and kind, but also disciplines his children (or mankind as a whole) when needed. The pastor looked at me and stated in front of the entire class “that I must not have a good relationship with my earthly father since I view God as a strict God who punishes humans, when God’s role is only to show love.” Needless to say, I was absolutely shocked by the pastor’s response. I thought for sure that he would agree with me, since the Bible itself points out many occasions when God allows humans to go through suffering or be punished for their wickedness. Apparently, though this pastor doesn’t see it that way. He seemed to believe that I had a distorted view of God. Very discouraging… I don’t think I’ll be going back to that church now…

  30. Mary E. says:

    @ Christina
    The first thing I will say is, welcome to the small group of believers who actually believe ALL of Gods word. We are in the minority, a fact that is becoming increasingly more obvious everyday. I won’t go into all the details, but I have been in the same situation many, many times. I was literally run out of several churches because of my passion for prophecy, or my refusal to accept a psychology-mixed gospel. At the time it was very heartbreaking for me and to be honest, I didn’t understand what I was doing to receive so much rejection. It took awhile for me to understand that it wasn’t me they rejected, it was the Spirit of Jesus, in me. Jesus, as well as the Apostles, warn us that we will be rejected and that we will be called a “peculiar people”. The hard part is we don’t expect that rejection within the confines of a church. So Christina, expect more of the same as you allow the Lord to direct your path. Where you are accepted, give the Lords blessing…where you are rejected, shake the dust off of your shoes and move on. The Lord will bless you for your faithfulness.

  31. Joni says:

    @ Christina,
    Sounds like that Pastor was from Seattle! (sorry, couldnt help myself)
    Many of the churches there hardly resemble church anymore, but more of a Sunday social hour.
    WOW, I am shocked at the way he responded to you.
    No wonder.
    No wonder all the disillusionment with church even from the non church goers too. Such wishy washy attitudes, and downright lies.
    I guess they do that for a paycheck now?
    Ugg, I long for the olden days really.
    But we all know they aren’t coming back.

    Also, Thanks John, I know you try to look at the links people post first, but you are managing a ton of stuff right now, along with multiple blogs, and you shouldnt have to, and that was my point.
    I turn a lot of people onto the blog, and a few Pastors also, and your blog has always stood out from the others as totally above board and without the junk that most of the others have. Every now and then it seemed it was no longer about your choice of what to post, but things that anyone can find if they look on the web anyways.
    I know the amount of work you put in each new page you post, and I wish we could stay on topic, thats all.
    There are so many crazies in the world, writing so much crazy stuff anymore that its almost enough to make God loving people give up their computers, like they have given up their TV’s anymore, to stop the onslaught.
    Thanks for the good show tonight John, and the Brothers, as always.

    God Bless us all,

  32. Janine says:

    Good point about posting Joni. Sometimes I just think John may be interested. If not, that’s ok. Understandable. All good and forgiven B Ross. You have a good heart. Blessings to you both from Australia!

  33. Melany says:

    Christina~ I once joined a Bible study, and during the initial meeting, the pastor told us how we would study all the books of the Bible EXCEPT Revelation, because ‘it was not meant for us to understand it.’ (!!!!) SERIOUSLY!! I left and never went back, and I’ve been studying Revelation ever since and am always blessed by it (Rev. 1:3). Sometimes you just have to leave!! Take care, everyone.

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      Nice testimony and that pastor lost all the blessings of Revelation.
      The blessing is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.

  34. Joni says:

    @Janine, I have ran across many things I thought John would like to post, so I just email it direct to him, so as not to take away from a posting he has worked hard for days on. He always will read his email, and then if he likes it, he will verify it and then he will post it along with other things that pertain.
    Or he may even make a special post just about that.
    Emailing him direct with it saves people like me mass confusion.
    Plus it actually helps him as he is working on a new blog posting.
    That way he has time to do the investigative work himself THEN he posts it.
    That way his blog is always reputable, to me anyways, and probably to others.
    When blogs first began, that really was the proper “blog ettiguite” but maybe things have changed.
    Years ago, I would tell John, “I get so confused” (this was when he had exposed the different beliefs of different denominations, and caught a lot of flack for it). The arguments pro and con confused someone new to The Word. He says, ‘If I am confused, just ask him, and I have asked many times, but I still try to respect the enormous amount of time he spends at this, so I try to do my homework first.
    I never meant harm, I hope you know that, PLUS, my email was NOT directed solely at your postings. Your last one was just the one being spoke about, so I chimed in. God Bless you Janine.

    @Christina, I had also heard that in Seattle about Revelation, more than once.
    They use the same line as they do with the KJB, its too hard.
    And as the world tries to dummy us down, we fall for it.
    I think the reason the Catholics are stuck in bondage so bad is because the Priests have always said, “we will read the Bible for you” “It’s too hard”

    I THOUGHT I had found “the church” again where I live, I thought I did.
    His preaching seemed right on, his beliefs lined up with what John has taught me, and wham, I think he is on his way down.
    He had the BEST worship music director.
    An acoustic guitar soloist.
    The Pastor caved to a few, who had some problem with the acoustics in the repourposed theater, and thought the soloist was too loud. (was not loud)
    He didnt let the majority speak, and now we have lost the most wonderful heart for The Lord I had seen in a church here yet.
    I feel if he didnt right that wrong, how can I trust him?
    PLUS, he states he doesn’t know why we fast?
    So, another one bites the dust.
    I wonder what The Lord has in store for me now.
    Maybe the blog, and the radio show will be the only place to find the truth soon?
    God Bless us all,

  35. Joni says:

    @Mary E. I was prompted to leave the luke warm churches in Seattle a few years ago. I was so fortunate that I had found John’s blog, as then I was educated to the truth, and knew when I was in the wrong church.
    My husband at the time, was furious with me. He didnt understand. My son thought I had an “inability” to get along with people, even “Pastors” as he told me!!!!They thought I was being difficult and demanding.
    It caused a LOT of problems in my family.
    My family also thought if a book says “Holy Bible” on the spine, than it is!!!
    Wow, do you think they understood when I threw my Turqouise leather, gift from Christmas, with my name engraved on it and silver leaf pages, NIV, in the kitchen trash can one day????Oh my.
    We are a peculiar people, and I am thankful.
    I wouldnt want it any other way.

    God Bless us all.

  36. Barbara in VA says:

    Joni: It’s a jungle out there when trying to find a church that fills all our expectations–at least those of us who love prophecy, truth, and especially the WHOLE WORD! I still will shed a tear for the pastor whose church I left about 4 years ago when I found out he was into replacement theology and also did not believe in a literal earthly reign of Jesus on His throne in Jerusalem during the millennium! When God moved me almost two years ago, I was sure I had found the perfect little church in my new location–KJV only, loved the sermons; but after a few visits I just felt like something was missing! The pastor visited me in my home after I had visited a few times and he very frankly told me what was going on. He said about half the congregation wanted to get rid of him. I thanked him for being so truthful and he said he did not want me to be uninformed (my wording). I went back a time or two and then no more. What was missing was the power of The Holy Spirit a and possibly brotherly love–not in the pastor, but in the congregation!

    Basically, I have quit looking. Years ago, I heard of John McTernan through SWRC and have more or less kept up with him over the years. I was so excited to find his blog about 3 years ago and have praised God for it, for what I’ve learned these past 3 years,and for the interaction of those who comment here. We are indeed “a peculiar people” and something more. That pastor who visited me preached a sermon that made such an impression on me. His text was:

    Malachi 3:16-17
    King James Version (KJV)

    16 Then they that feared the Lord spake often one to another: and the Lord hearkened, and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before him for them that feared the Lord, and that thought upon his name.

    17 And they shall be mine, saith the Lord of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son that serveth him.

    What a wonderful promise and as far as I am concerned, it is here that we can openly speak often of our Lord, understand what the “fear of the Lord’ really is, and show love, kindness, and even when necessary forgiveness for each other. God bless all who come to this “church”.


  37. Sarah says:

    Isn’t it amazing that the Toronto floods and Toronto having a gay pride parade were all about the same time..

    God is not a respecter of persons..

  38. Lori says:

    I find the talk about the King James bible so interesting! I’m almost 56 years old and KJB is really all I’ve ever read. That I owe to my dear mother, it was the only bible she would ever consider reading….Lord bless her!

  39. Joni says:

    @ Barbara, Thank you for sharing.
    Isn’t it crazy? One only wants a church that is teaching all of the Bible, in truth, and it cannot be found?
    Thats shows the times we live in, for sure.
    I have always heard, “The devil knew he could not stop the church, so he infiltrated it”
    Makes perfect sense to me.Thank you for Malachi, you know by now my favorite thing here besides the teachings and the people is the scripture quotes.
    I depend on it!
    I know a lot of the people are way further ahead than I am, and they may not understand my confusion, but if I get confused, I know others do.
    It was also interesting on the blogtalk radio last night, what Willie said.
    (I think it was Willie, I get them mixed up also)
    People should know more than they seem to, and then John played “people ought to know” that was divine for sure.
    I know you have seen more in your life than you would like, me too.
    I am grateful for this site, and John, as I do not know where I would be were it not for all of you during those awful times.
    The dissapointment at the most recent Pastor is such a let down.
    The one before that did not believe Jesus was our sabbath!!!! Yes, I was so excited after John taught that, I shared, wow, did I ever try to share with the wrong people.
    Fundamental Baptist too! How dare I try to teach him something.
    I mean, he should have known before me!!
    Its very sad indeed.
    God Bless us all,

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