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Sword of Geddon wrote:If you don't know someone..you can't love them.
Sword of Geddon wrote:If you don't know someone..you can't love them. This is merely sickening sweet propaganda.
If Israel values its existence they will strike and dispense with the barney and friends talk. Makes me want to vomit.
6 You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come.
For all (1st Timothy 2:6; Isaiah 53:6)
For every man (Heb. 2:9)
For the world (John 3:16)
For the sins of the whole world (1 John 2:2)
For the ungodly (Rom. 5:6)
For false teachers (2 Peter 2:1)
For many (Matthew 20:28)
For Israel (John 11:50-51)
For the Church (Eph. 5:25)
For "me" (Gal. 2:20)
WalkingWithJesus wrote:Sword of Geddon wrote:If you don't know someone..you can't love them.
I disagree with this statement.
Sword of Geddon wrote:Its simple logic. If you don't know someone, how can you have any sort of feelings for them? Saying otherwise is merely unrealistic idealism.
Sword of Geddon wrote:I understand what your saying. I meant not having a face-to-face or communication level relationship though.
If we focus on their sin, and not on their need to be free of it, and out of love for them in their lost state, we won't be able to play a part in winning them over to Christ.
GodsStudent wrote:Sometimes a thing really resonates with you, and Sword, your thoughts and posts sometimes remind me of my own at an different time in my walk as a Christian. It's not that I have "graduated"....I have just worked through those issues and am now seeing other sin in my life.
I think the greatest part of this is something I haven't said. On July 4th, I was around a large number of non christian family friends and in the midst of such shallow entertainment, I started praying for the Lord to give me an opportunity to witness. I was holding on to the Lord in the moment and all I could think about was witnessing, which I knew wouldn't be possible in the environment I was in (gotta love get togethers with family and friends sometimes!).....I have already witnessed to these people and they are hostile to it. I am left only to pray for them and continue on in the "family" as it pleases my earthly mother and father that I do so.
Well, the very next morning when I got on FP and read new posts on this thread, the Lord gently tugged at my heart to give my own testimony. He gave me a chance to witness.
I don't know if what I wrote is for any one person, or who it may benefit, I am just jubilant about the fact that I have a witness. It reminds me of all that the Lord has brought me through, taught me, and I know His Word promises that He will complete a good work....and that means I am His.....for that, I am eternally grateful and satisfied to my core.
lamb7 wrote:Always, always reminds me of the little "Man On George Street" video and how he witnessed. Sometimes we will never know how what we've said or done has affected other people.
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