Yes Greg, I appreciate your observation. Yes, sometime God may use the "exception" to accomplish a goal. However He does not want it to become the "rule".
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
I have heard a few women comment that she even acts and sounds masculine in her delivery.
...have you considered?
_________________Christopher Joel Dandrow
I still greatly appreciate humble ministries of christian women.
kdbutton, no one is comparing her to "men around here." Thats not the point. Anyhow I will be offline for a few days.However I think for now I have said enough on this issue.God bless, John
Dorcas and Diane, Thank you for your gracious responses.God bless, John
kdbutton, no one is comparing her to "men around here." Thats not the point.
sermonindex wrote:Quote:but judge righteous judgmentJoyce Meyer took many into Rwanda and visited [b]every[/b] jail in the country that holds over 70,000 inmates mostly from the genocide's that happened in 100 days were 1 million people were killed mostly with axes, knifes and clubs.After ministering to the 70,000 for 4 days 14,000 comitted their lifes to Christ. Hearing from a minister that is in Rwanda (pentecostal) preaching the word of God in truth, he states that the country has never been so impacted by Joyce Meyer's ministry coming there.Now brothers and sisters, I desire to see true apostolic Christianity amongst the masses but we have to rejoice and understand that God's will is being done through many means and ways. God used Joyce Meyer's ministry to touch Rwanda! did we go? no. It is very easy to defend the faith and jump on every heresy but Christ did not die so we could defend him. He died so people could LIVE! and proclaim forgiveness and freedom from Sin through the Cross and Ressurection.
but judge righteous judgment
kdbutton, Sorry that I didn't catch the humor. Your smiley that you chose and what you said conveyed a little different meaning to me. No harm done.God bless, John