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Baptist Church in Richmond Moves to Open Membership to Homosexuals

Greene Hollowell 2012 150AGreene Hollowell

Recently the Pastor of a Richmond Baptist Church, in a sermon, opened the door for the church to consider allowing homosexuals (assume active) into their membership.

The Pastor stated marriage was changing from multiplying (having children) to being about love and commitment. He feels the need to open up membership with the decision of the Supreme Court legalizing homosexual marriages citing civil rights and his belief that homosexuals don’t choose their sexual orientation. In addition he said Jesus never spoke about homosexuality.

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How they Hate a Christian in Damascus

Bill Federer | American Minute

"How they hate a Christian in Damascus!..." Mark Twain wrote
"...and pretty much all over Turkeydom."

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, was born NOVEMBER 30, 1835.

His first popular story was "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County," written in 1865 while he was in San Francisco. In 1866, as a reporter for the Sacramento Union, Mark Twain traveled to the Sandwich Islands (present-day Hawaii). In 1867, a newspaper funded Mark Twain's voyage to the Mediterranean, which he recorded in his book, Innocents Abroad, 1869.

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Two ETERNAL Destinations Available

Greene Hollowell 2012 150A

We read in the HOLY BIBLE “The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it. The world and its entire people belong to Him.” God is our Creator and we were created in His image. He made us and we are His. He rules over everything.

He has given us many wonderful gifts; the most important (and dangerous) is the gift of deciding to give our life to Him. The choice we make now determines where we will spend eternity. The bottom line is that our relationship with our Creator is the most important thing in our earthly life.

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Thanksgiving

Tom Clark1Tom ClarkWe actually enjoy Thanksgiving
The history of Thanksgiving - how it came to be, and what it means:

In 1620 English settlers arrived in “Massachusetts” from England.
In the fall of 1621 they invited the Indians to join them in thanking God
for having carried them through a difficult first year.
The settlers observed Thanksgiving for many years in the interest of promoting faith in Christ.
Until 1682 Thanksgiving proclamations were made, primarily by church leaders,
and then by both government and church leaders until after the American Revolution.

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The Avoided Doorway to the Glory of God A Study in the Purpose of Brokenness Part IV

Rob FranzenRob FranzenEach young woman’s turn came to go in to King Ahasuerus after she had completed twelve month’s preparation, according to the regulations for the women, for thus were the days of their preparation [purification] apportioned: six months with oil of myrrh, and six months with perfumes [sweet spices] and preparations for beautifying women – (Esther 2:12 NKJV, emphasis mine).

You might be wondering why I would relate this verse (along with verse 17 and the whole story) with the profound and difficult subject of suffering and brokenness.  It has to do with illustrating the ultimate purpose in brokenness.  I have been casually mentioning it throughout these messages, now it’s time to emphasize how profound and prophetically powerful this really is!

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