by brenda7 on 2016/7/28 11:19:22There is no coming judgement of the Lord towards believers. It is already here and has always been, towards those that are carnal and are still sinning.They are hanging over the gates of hell, held by a thread.If they have not heard this message before now and repented, then fear for their lives is not an acceptable reason for acceptance.
Yes Julius, those who are in Christ have no fear of judgement but most are not in Christ though they think they are. JeffTurning to Christ for fear of death is not the same thing as reaching the end of oneself where death is often desired. There is no true repentance in fearing for ones life. I am speaking about those who think they are in Christ but have ignored the scriptures and teaching that warns them that he who sins is not in the kingdom.
Bear- a first strike option has always been on the table for both Russia and the US. As you know the 50s were very unstable times and we came very close during the Cuban missile crisis. Russia has always rattled its sabre. Not saying at some point they may not mean it but like I said Russia has always been a serious and credible threat.
Interesting because the apostles didn't need to reiterate what Jesus already said in warning (arguments & reason from silence is not solid) . They were preaching evangelistically because that is what Jesus sent them to do. Surely you're not implying the apostles preaching "trumps" or nullifies Jesus' words? And Jesus rebuked the Pharisees for understanding the weather but not discerning the signs of the times & even clearly laid out things to watch for & said "when you see All of these things", etc. And yes, we are not "appointed to wrath", but wrath as opposed to tribulation in context are two different things and "the rain falls on the just and the unjust". Based on the way you are attempting to appropriate application of "we are not appointed into wrath", then the believers during the great tribulation (or RIGHT NOW in Syria, Iraq, Iran, Nigeria, Eritrea, etc.) must not be the Lord's or something? Context and application of scripture is SO important. If scripture is used to "make my point" or win my argument" it will always be misapplied. If it is applied responsibly & in its context, it makes a world of difference!"Satan's Fury, God's (Corrective) Judgement, & God's wrath are not all synonymous terms and concepts in scripture & you're using them (incorrectly) as totally interchangeable
Steve had some new videos of military hardware on the move to Crimea and also in Eastern Ukraine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLpGqGDDADdlnDI9ZQY0Fs0sd_hwpEQBhP&v=kTaQHQSsmpA
_________________James R Barnes
Who taught these people that they should hate one another and kill one another? https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLpGqGDDADdlnDI9ZQY0Fs0sd_hwpEQBhP&time_continue=5&v=YmMDFNMwC2MAnd shooting beginshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLpGqGDDADdlnDI9ZQY0Fs0sd_hwpEQBhP&v=Ifxraeq0v2k
Oh wow. That could be big and lead to much bigger implications