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Marvin Haffner
Bible speaks of how women are to conduct themselves in worship. In 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 we read, "Let your women keep silent in the churches, for they are not permitted to speak; but they are to be submissive, as the law also says. And if they want to learn something, let them ask their own husbands at home; for it is shameful for women to speak in church." The Bible says that women are not permitted to speak during the worship service of the church. If a church allows women to speak or take a leading role during their worship service, they are ignoring what God's word forbids. They are telling God, "we don't care what You say we are going to do things our way".
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Bro Steve Winter DD

Learn some truth that so many preachers are just making too much money to share with you.

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Don't be too hard on your preacher, though, he probably wants to tell you but his master won't let him.

Bro Steve Winter DD

If you know anyone in the Mormon cult please share this with them.


Bro. Winter

Bro Steve Winter DD

I have a few catholic questions.

1. Which one of the statues has more power, and are they specialized? IE Would you bother the Mary statue for a minor car repair problem, or would a lesser idol work?

2. Do they kiss on the other bigger idols, like they do the little cross idol? And does the "call no man father" guy wipe the bigger idols between kisses like the cross idol?

3. Can the priests turn other food items into god, or does it just work on cookies?

4. When the priests turn cookies into god, does it act as a preservative? (possible uses in the food industry, much money could be made for the poor)....

5. If a shrine has more than one Mary idol, will they function simultaneously?

6. If the Mary idol is more powerful, and they will function simultaneously, why not just use bunches of Mary idols?

7. Do bigger idols have more power than the little bitty ones?

8. Do ceramic idols have more "oomph" and "whammy" than plastic ones?

9. Do the Mary idols have more "zing", "oomph" and "whammy"  than the other idols?

10. Since your priests can turn wine into blood, can that blood be used for transfusions?   Think of the lives that could be saved!  Or for cloning?

Thanks for sharing with us regarding the intimate details of your devout faith and worship of little thingies and grand ceramic creations. 

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Ruth Thompson

Why Some Believe These ‘End Times’ Bible Verses Could Hold the Key To The Syrian Crisis

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As the United States debates what, if anything, should be done in response to allegations that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on its own people, there’s a theological debate brewing, too.

Bible experts aren’t just sparring over whether the U.S. military should attack; they’re also going back-and-forth over theories surrounding the End Times (events surrounding Jesus Christ’s return).

Earlier this summer, TheBlaze began dissecting the subject, speaking with experts about what role, if any, they believe Syria will play in this theoretical occurrence. Numerous outlets have jumped into the fray, noting that many faithful are wondering just how important Damascus and Syria might be in this debate.

For starters, there’s one particular Bible passage that’s rekindling the entire discussion of how Syria fits into End Times theology: Isaiah 17:1-3.

The verse reads, “’See, Damascus will no longer be a city but will become a heap of ruins. The cities of Aroer will be deserted and left to flocks, which will lie down, with no one to make them afraid. The fortified city will disappear from Ephraim, and royal power from Damascus; the remnant of Aram will be ike the glory of the Israelites,’ declares the Lord Almighty.”

The first portion about a “heap of ruins” has some wondering if the present Syria crisis was prophesied in the Bible. But as The Huffington Post recently noted, some scholars believe that Damascus was already destroyed and that this particular Scripture refers to an attack by the Assyrians that unfolded in 732 B.C.

Some Believe Damascus Could Be Key to End Times Prophecy

Joel C. Rosenberg, a communications specialist and author, has become known for his fascinating insights into both the Bible and End Times. Specifically noting Isaiah 17:1-3 and Jeremiah 49:23-27, Rosenberg explained on his blog earlier this summer that Damascus’ destruction has not yet happened (the latter verse also promises this same destruction).

“These prophecies have not yet been fulfilled. Damascus is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities on earth. It has been attacked, besieged, and conquered. But Damascus has never been completely destroyed and left uninhabited,” he writes. 

“Yet that is exactly what the Bible says will happen. The context of Isaiah 17 and Jeremiah 49 are a series of End Times prophecies dealing with God’s judgments on Israel’s neighbors and enemies leading up to — and through — the Tribulation.”

While Rosenberg is definitive in this sense, he does note that the Bible is not specific, in his view, about how the city will be destroyed or what the event will look like. Additionally, he notes that the implications of this destruction are not known either, as the holy book does not go into detail on the matter.

During a phone interview with TheBlaze earlier this summer, Rosenberg also explained Syria’s significance in the Bible, again bringing up both Isaiah 17 and Jeremiah 49. 

Charging that these alleged predictions get “very little attention,” the author explained that both speak specifically about the future of Damascus, the capital of Syria and one of the oldest cities in the Middle East.

“The Bible indicates clearly that Damascus will be utterly and completely destroyed at some point in the future — it will be a great cataclysmal [event] and it will be part of God’s judgment,” he explained.

The Bible expert said at the time that he didn’t see “clean hands in the fight” in Syria today and wonders if it’s possible “that the judgment of Damascus is not only coming” but that it could also be coming in our lifetime.

As The Christian Post noted last year, Rosenberg isn’t alone. Many biblical experts and theologians share a similar view. Jack Kinsella, another biblical expert, gives a particularly striking recap, especially given the fact that it was written in July 2012, but seemingly references events currently unfolding:

Olive Tree Ministries shared a commentary on its website earlier this week from prophecy author Jack Kinsella, who expresses the opinion that, based on Scripture, it is quite possible that Syria might look to engage neighboring countries, such as Israel, Iran or Turkey, in the conflict.

Kinsella believes that if Syria uses chemical or biological weapons in an ethnic cleansing campaign, foreign governments would be forced to take military action against Damascus. 

Such action would prompt Syria to retaliate with military strikes against its northern neighbor Israel. That could eventually lead to a domino effect, with counter-strikes from Hezbollah, Iran, Turkey and perhaps even Jordan, the “The Omega Letter” editor conjectures.

Some of these elements are certainly coming into play on both national and international stages. Whether as a result of prophesy or just by chance, critics on both sides are likely to spar over the matter.

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