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1  Welcome / About You! / Re:Want to just say - PRAISE THE LORD!! on: May 28, 2004, 01:48:24 AM
I pastored a church in 1991 in a small town in Oklahoma called Wainwright, population 128. I loved it reminded me of Little House on the Prairie. Did a revival in a small town of Wyandotte, Ok a few weeks ago. I'm heading back to Muldrow in a couple of months. Hot Springs is not bad, just getting to big for me.
2  Theology / General Theology / Re:DIVORCED PASTORS on: May 27, 2004, 01:14:02 AM
This is my opinion on this subject. I believe if a man or woman has been divorced while living in sin, before coming to the full knowledge of salvation. If they were to remarry and accept Christ as their Savior and either be called into the ministry, who are we to judge. Behold all things become new. Old things are past away.

Now if a couple which both are born again decide they cannot live together and decide to divorce. They remarry  and then should feel the call to ministry, I believe would be another matter. (Matthew 5:31,32). But again   God is the final judge, not I.
3  Theology / General Theology / Re:lost sheep on: May 27, 2004, 12:57:04 AM
Just a thought, As we all know from the earliest time man had to sacrifice an  animal without blemish once a year for the sins of the entire nation which rolled their sins ahead for another year. But when Christ came and died He, the Bible says set the captives free. What I believe is His blood the one and only true sacrifice paid the finally debt of sin for all those who put their total trust in God. We do know they were seen by men before they were all taken to heaven with the Lord.

Now concerning the remote areas of the world which I know nothing about I leave that in the hands of a just God.
4  Theology / General Theology / Re:Losing salvation? on: May 27, 2004, 12:45:16 AM
Unconditional securityies say, "A believer can never be lost. If anyone is lost he was never saved.

A man pulled out of a lake and saved from death can again fall  into the lake and be rescued again and again then finally be drowned. A man lost in the woods and who has been found can go back into the woods and be lost and found any number of times. One might as well argue that because a man was lost in the woods and died without being found, that he was never out of the woods in the first place, as to argue that a man who is finally lost in Hell was never once saved.

The law is, "if ye live after the flesh,ye shall die: but if ye through the Spirit, do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live" (Romans 8:13) and "the soul  that sinneth it shall die" (Ezekiel 18:4).

Eternal life is given to a man when he gets into Christ and it is his as long as he remains in Christ. He loses it when he is cut off from Christ.

No man   has to sin and be lost and he cannot be saved when he sins.
5  Theology / Bible Study / Re:What is your favorite book of the Bible and why? on: May 26, 2004, 11:46:32 PM
My favorite book of the Bible at this point in my life is Proverbs.

The wise sayings of a man that at a young age realized his dependence on God and yet inspite of all  God's blessings in his later years lost that dependence and yet much of his writing show us how we must never allow our blessings to remove us from His presence.

It speaks of the practical affairs of ones life and emphasises Righteousness and the Fear of God.
6  Welcome / About You! / Want to just say - PRAISE THE LORD!! on: May 26, 2004, 01:12:30 AM
I found this site on my computer and just had to get on board. I am an Assembly of God Evangelist and love God and all who worship His holy Name. I'm from Hot Springs, Arkansas and look froward to getting involved in the this. May God's blessing be on one and all.

God Bless,

AG Man Smiley  
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