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Pastor Ezekiel 01-02-2012 04:15 AM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
This is the only verse anyone needs to refute such nonsense:

Quote:

John 10:30 I and my Father are one.
Yes friends, Jesus IS God, and God is Jesus. :rtfm:

Everything He said, He agrees with. :thumbsup:

Pastor Isaac Peters 04-20-2012 08:55 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
If it doesn't harm anyone else, it's not a sin.

I keep hearing liberal false Christian space cadets say that, but that just goes to show how far they have drifted from anything resembling Biblical truth. The harm principle, as it's called, came from the feminazi-enabler John Stuart Mill and was later popularized by the drug-addled, fetus-murdering atheist harlot Ayn Rand as well as by the Wickedan playgans. Lots of things that the Bible declares sinful cause no harm to others, including one that's an unforgivable sin (Matt. 12:31).

handmaiden 04-20-2012 10:32 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
Other little platitudes that are NOT in the Bible:


"When God closes a door, He opens a window."


"Cleanliness is next to Godliness."


"All men are created equal."


"God made Eve out of Adam's rib which is on his side so that they could be equal."


Pastors are always spinning little homily-strewn sermons using phrases like the ones listed above. None of those expresses come from the Bible and in fact, said expressions are often used to preach messages that are completely in contradiction to what the Bible REALLY says.


Literally Yours,

Handmaiden

Pastor Isaac Peters 03-20-2013 01:12 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
This too shall pass.

While often attributed to the Bible, that quote apparently originated with mooselimb mystics. In fact, some things, like damnation (Rev. 14:11), won't pass.

husbandslover 03-20-2013 04:56 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
Wow! This is the first post I have read that has made sense! I cried as I read it, then fell down on my face crying and repenting to God for my sins.

BelieverInGod 03-20-2013 09:38 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
This may be a repeat, but.....

When the Bible says feet, it really means genitalia.

Well there's two reasons this isn't true.

1) The Bible has no problem mentioning genetalia

Genesis 17:10 This is my covenant, which ye shall keep, between me and you and thy seed after thee; Every man child among you shall be circumcised.

Deuteronomy 23:1 He that is wounded in the stones, or hath his privy member cut off, shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD

2) The number of times that washing feet is mentioned in the Bible as a way to treat guests in your home. I won't bother with the references, but you'd think that one of the other nations (Egyptians, Babylonians, etc) that we have writings from would have mentioned SOMEWHERE....

"You know I went to Israel/Judea and you wouldn't believe what they wanted to do to me!" :fear2: So either washing someones "stones" was a common practice (in which case why hide it with the word "feet") or it just didn't happen.



Pastor Isaac Peters 04-09-2013 10:24 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
God has done everything that He can do to save you; now it's your turn.

Liberal false Christians like to say so, but that statement denies both God's omnipotence (Matthew 19:26) and His sovereignty (John 6:44). The fact is that God has done everything that He will do to save you. Sometimes, He even keeps people from being saved:

John 12:39-40: Therefore they could not believe, because that Esaias said again, He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; that they should not see with [their] eyes, nor understand with [their] heart, and be converted, and I should heal them.

2 Thess. 2:11-12: And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

Pim Pendergast 07-28-2013 03:05 AM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
Even if you were the only person in the world, Jesus would have died for you.

The Bible makes it clear that the vast majority of people will go to hell.

Mat 7:13-14 Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.

And Jesus died specifically for His people (Jn 10:15, 28), His church.

Eph 5:25b Even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it;

So if you were the only person in the world, chances are you would be damned and Jesus would not have bothered suffering for six hours on the cross and dying for three days just for you. See also this thread.

MitzaLizalor 07-28-2013 03:45 AM

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http://u8353.direct.atpic.com/39024/0/2119388/0.jpg Pastor Rune Enoe
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"Seven sacraments". The Seven roads to HELL is more like it:
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. . . . .Satan must be licking his lips.

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No wonder Madonna joined the kabbalah centre :joo:

Pastor Isaac Peters 04-14-2014 12:30 AM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
The devil is in charge of tormenting the damned in hell.

It isn't the devil, especially since the devil will be tormented along with them:

[Matthew 13:41-42 KJV] 41 The Son of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them which do iniquity; 42 And shall cast them into a furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.

[Matthew 25:41 KJV] 41 Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels:

[Revelation 20:10 KJV] 10 And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet [are], and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever.

MitzaLizalor 04-14-2014 02:40 AM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
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Originally Posted by Pastor Isaac Peters (Post 1081147)
The devil is in charge of tormenting the damned in hell.

It isn't the devil, especially since the devil will be tormented along with them

I have often wondered about this. Satan presumably THINKS he will Madam Zzaj in bondage drag with a red hot poker and minions busy sharpening the chains.

But he will himself be on the receiving end. Could it be that his particular form of torment is to torture everyone, more or less as envisaged, but to not enjoy it? I mean to really really really not enjoy it, for each day to be more horrific than the one before and for him to be obliged to continue with the red hot pokers or what ever he uses forever and ever and ever?

Any Pastoral guidance appreciated.

Mary Etheldreda 12-22-2014 06:30 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
God will not give you more than you can handle
This is often assumed to include everyone. There is nothing even remotely Biblical about that idea. Think about it, how would being tossed into a Lake of Never Ending Fire be punishment if a person could handle it? That’s like tossing a sinner into a Lake of Never Ending Marshmallows. The sticky sweetness may give you an uncomfortable stomach, but you could handle it. Where’s the punishment in that? Where’s the Justice in a punishment that doesn’t inflict any kind of penalty for the offense?

Could the population of the earth handle the unrelenting rainfall when Noah and his family were safe on the Ark? How could they have? God gave the rains to them and they all died.

In reality, the Holy Bible says God is faithful and will not allow True Christians™ to be tempted beyond what we are able to handle, for surely God will make it easy for us (1 Corinthians 10:13). Paul is talking to the Saved here, obviously. God is faithful to True Christians™ because we meet His Divine and Perfect conditions for love and mercy (John 14:15; 23). In turn, we are not tempted beyond what we are able, as the LORD conveniently created True Christians™ to be impervious to the temptations of Satan (1st John 3:6-9; 5:18).




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God gave sinners more rain than they could handle.


Moderation in all things
This phrase comes from “Aristotle's Doctrine of the Mean,” an unbiblical, homosexual perspective from an unsaved homosexual. The idea is that every virtue of character lies between two extreme faults or vices, consisting of excess and deficiency. The virtuous road, according to Aristotle, is to be found in moderation.

I don’t know about you, but I will not stand at the Judgement Seat (2 Corinthians 5:10) and explain why I failed to love the LORD my God with *all* my heart, mind, and soul as commanded (Deuteronomy 6:5), but did so with a moderate heart only. I will not stand there and explain why I judged my neighbor, not as commissioned (Leviticus 19:15 ), but only with moderate righteousness (John 7:24).

In reality, the Holy Bible says everyone who competes in sports goes into strict training. They do it to get a prize that will not last, but we will (1 Corinthians 9:25) . Read in context, it means True Christians(™) will be awarded an imperishable prize - immortality and absolute rule (1 Corinthians 15:42-44; Revelation 5:10). So make your faith count. Do it all the way or don’t bother at all (Revelation 3:16).


To thine ownself be true
This comes not from the Bible, but from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Polonius's last piece of advice to his son Laertes, who is in a hurry to get on the next boat to Paris, this phrase is as anti-Biblical as any.
By Polonius’ reckoning, to be false to the self is to pursue those things that don’t serve one’s own best interests. Polonius warned his son against such habits as borrowing or loaning money, carousing with women of dubious character, and other sinful pursuits. By being true one’s self, he means to pursue those things that serve not only one’s own best interests, but conforms to the identity one desires to be his own. If one desires be identified as honest, for example, he won’t don’t do dishonest things, no matter how he might rationalize them at the time. Of course Polonius was as deviant as they come, no small surprise from a Roman cultist, and was really trying to make sure his son didn’t embarrass him on his trip.

In reality, the Holy Bible says to ignore what your heart desires, for it is deceitful and unreliable (Jeremiah 17:9; ). Instead, put your trust in the LORD (Proverbs 3:5) by putting your trust in His Word. Read it, believe it, trust it, do it. All of it. Without reservation. Without condition.


All men are created equal
This one may be confusing, as the phrase comes from the Constitution of the United States of America, inspired by Moses and the Holy Ghost, but it’s a human document nonetheless, and therefore not impervious to Satan’s lies. This equality idea is, when one thinks about it seriously for even a moment, as dangerous a proposition as it is false.

In reality, the Holy Bible says only two humans were created, and one was created to be subordinate to the other (Genesis 2:18). All others were born, in sin (Psalm 51:5), and continue living slaves to sin unless one becomes a willing slave to Christ (Romans 6:16). This is the genesis of mankind, a fundamental truth about humanity - we are born neither equal nor free. We are born for one purpose, and that is to glorify God (Isaiah 43:7). Furthermore, God Almighty Himself will decide how to use His creation to HIs Glory. One scripture that reflects this idea so eloquently is the imagery of God as the potter to our clay vessels, Romans 9:20-23. Anyone who rejects being God’s special tool, who demands equality, defies the LORD’s sovereignty. He willingly serves Satan.


All good things come to those who wait
That’s silly, and it’s nowhere to be found in the Bible. All humanity waited for the rains to stop when the LORD flooded the earth. Nothing good came to them (Genesis 6:17). The Jews waited in the desert after Moses led them out of Egypt. Every last one of them who offended the LORD in Egypt died in the desert, waiting (Joshua 5:6). Elijah waited in the desert, feeling sorry for himself, and for his reward, he got to eat food the birds vomited at his feet (1 Kings 17:4). No, good things come to those who love Jesus (Luke 6:38 ).

In reality, the Holy Bible says God turns His countenance upon those who first love Him and show due gratitude (John 14:21). God rewards those who put their faith in Him (Joshua 1:8; 2 Corinthians 9:6; Psalm 1:1-3)

Pastor Isaac Peters 12-27-2014 04:36 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
To be a Christian, it's enough to follow your conscience.

Actually, the Bible says the opposite:

[Jeremiah 17:9 KJV] 9 The heart [is] deceitful above all [things], and desperately wicked: who can know it?

Boy-raping Catholic priests follow their consciences.

handmaiden 12-29-2014 08:14 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 

"God helps those who help themselves."

That's not actually in the Bible . . . is it? It seems too practical and worldly, really. But I would welcome instruction from any of the Brothers, who, of course, know more than me.

Inqueriously yours,

Handmaiden

Marko Loimaan-Aho 01-25-2015 10:32 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Mary Etheldreda (Post 1126296)
God will not give you more than you can handle
This is often assumed to include everyone. There is nothing even remotely Biblical about that idea. Think about it, how would being tossed into a Lake of Never Ending Fire be punishment if a person could handle it? That’s like tossing a sinner into a Lake of Never Ending Marshmallows. The sticky sweetness may give you an uncomfortable stomach, but you could handle it. Where’s the punishment in that? Where’s the Justice in a punishment that doesn’t inflict any kind of penalty for the offense?

Could the population of the earth handle the unrelenting rainfall when Noah and his family were safe on the Ark? How could they have? God gave the rains to them and they all died.

In reality, the Holy Bible says God is faithful and will not allow True Christians™ to be tempted beyond what we are able to handle, for surely God will make it easy for us (1 Corinthians 10:13). Paul is talking to the Saved here, obviously. God is faithful to True Christians™ because we meet His Divine and Perfect conditions for love and mercy (John 14:15; 23). In turn, we are not tempted beyond what we are able, as the LORD conveniently created True Christians™ to be impervious to the temptations of Satan (1st John 3:6-9; 5:18).




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God gave sinners more rain than they could handle.

Actually, sister Mary - there is something even worse in that sentence.
It is not in the Bible - it is in the mooslim book!!!
Because that book is from satan, i don't write here where it can be found there.
And some people who think they are Christians use this!

REPENT, SINNERS!!!

MitzaLizalor 01-26-2015 02:21 AM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Marko Loimaan-Aho (Post 1131233)
Actually, sister Mary - there is something even worse in that sentence.
It is not in the Bible - it is in the mooslim book!!!
Because that book is from satan, i don't write here where it can be found there.
And some people who think they are Christians use this!

REPENT, SINNERS!!!

The passage you're referring to comes at the end of an excessively verbose 286 verse rant and the context is particularly significant. Worshipping the created—as they do in the form of a moon idol—rather than the creator, God has abandoned these wretches to unreason:
ISAIAH 1:18-20a Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the land: But if ye refuse and rebel, ye shall be devoured with the sword:
ROMANS 1:22-23a Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image KJV
EVIDENCE
According to Mohammed, and notice the contrast here, souls are tasked according to their deserts. It's necessary to grovel in the hope of being pardoned and there is a blatant attempt to obligate the Creator so that victory against "disbelieving folk" [us] may be achieved. It is also clear that souls in the past were taxed beyond what they could bear, beyond—if the first part of this verse is anything to go by—their just deserts. This presupposition of injustice demonstrates unreason on the part of the author and anyone who believes what he declaimed.
KORAN 2:286 al-Baqarah: The Cow Allah tasketh not a soul beyond its scope. For it is only that which it hath earned, and against it only that which it hath deserved. Our Lord! Condemn us not if we forget, or miss the mark! Our Lord! Lay not on us such a burden as thou didst lay on those before us! Our Lord! Impose not on us that which we have not the strength to bear! Pardon us, absolve us and have mercy on us, Thou, our Protector, and give us victory over the disbelieving folk. Pickthall
By what expedient that victory might be attained requires no imagination where barbaric sensitivities are concerned. Anyone rejecting barbarism, its butchery and injustices and vile subjugations, would also reject its literature. They would cease to be muslims.
I CORINTHIANS 10:13-14 There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it. Wherefore, my dearly beloved, flee from idolatry. KJV
Koran references to idolators are negative in the extreme. When I see a image of the moon, as it seems to me, that contravenes Moses' Law about making images regardless of whether anyone bows down to the thing. Muslims will say either that the crescent they use is not an idol or that it is not an image of the moon. In which case the question needs to be asked: If it is not an image of the moon, what is it? For over a thousand years the Roman (and other orthodox) branches of Christendom venerated statues also claiming that they weren't idols. Wherever those false and superstitious beliefs were abandoned many benefits followed. There is no "magic" in a statue whether of Mary or of Jesus or of the Sun or Moon and men who claim to speak on their behalf are doing no such thing. By actually reading the source material it becomes easier to see The Truth of their lies.

Pastor Isaac Peters 03-17-2016 01:22 AM

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The life of Jesus tells you everything you need to know about being a Christian.

Liberal false Christians are spreading nonsense like this on social media to make Christianity look politically correct:


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That would have been news to Jesus Himself (the real one, not the one who lives only in the imaginations of cafeteria Christians):

Matthew 4:4 KJV: 4 But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

If everything in the Bible but Christ's earthly ministry were just filler and pull quotes, why would He have said that, and why would the rest of the Bible have been revealed at all?

There's also the minor issue that "killing" and "murder" are not synonymous.

Basilissa 03-17-2016 01:31 AM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pastor Isaac Peters (Post 1176453)
The life of Jesus tells you everything you need to know about being a Christian.

Liberal false Christians are spreading nonsense like this on social media to make Christianity look politically correct:


That would have been news to Jesus Himself (the real one, not the one who lives only in the imaginations of cafeteria Christians):

Matthew 4:4 KJV: 4 But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

If everything in the Bible but Christ's earthly ministry were just filler and pull quotes, why would He have said that, and why would the rest of the Bible have been revealed at all?

Good points, Pastor. If I may also add, that if we sticked to living like Jesus did then we'd have all have to move to an Amish area and spend the rest of our lives roaming the land on foot (only occasionally riding an ass), in celibate - because this is how Jesus lived. If that were what Jesus wanted for all of us, then Christianity as a religion would have ended within one generation - just look at the Shakers. :rofl3:

uncool dude 05-26-2016 06:19 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
Can u help me understand Psalm 82:1It has really confused me.

Ezekiel Bathfire 05-26-2016 06:50 PM

Re: Things that the Bible doesn't say
 
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Originally Posted by uncool dude (Post 1182368)
Can u help me understand Psalm 82:1It has really confused me.

How could it possibly confuse you? Is not God's Word like silver has been refined seven times? (Psalms:12:6: The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.)

I don't really know much about you and I can't be bothered reading thing written in "text-speak", so if you are beset by demons of unintelligence, please reply with an "X".

Anyway, this thread is entitled "Things that the Bible doesn't say" not "Things that the Bible does say"


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