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    That we BAPTIST CHRISTIANS don't already have IN FULL? Nuttin, of course. . .
    God's Word (Scripture) will convince me. YOUR argument is your own.

    I want to be so full of Jesus that if a mosquito bites me, he will fly away singing 'there's power in the blood. . .' (author unknown)

  • #2
    Originally posted by Morefish View Post
    That we BAPTIST CHRISTIANS don't already have IN FULL? Nuttin, of course. . .
    Good - so got out and join us, and get folks saved.

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    • #3
      Bob Carabbio replied
      12-15-18, 12:11 AM
      Originally posted by Morefish View Post
      That we BAPTIST CHRISTIANS don't already have IN FULL? Nuttin, of course. . .
      Good - so got out and join us, and get folks saved.
      We BAPTISTS have been doing that for almost a hundred years in my own congregation. So what 'new' thing do YOU have to offer?
      God's Word (Scripture) will convince me. YOUR argument is your own.

      I want to be so full of Jesus that if a mosquito bites me, he will fly away singing 'there's power in the blood. . .' (author unknown)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Morefish View Post
        That we BAPTIST CHRISTIANS don't already have IN FULL? Nuttin, of course. . .
        Well...actually fellowship unstinted...When you build a wall or a fence, you're not offering much along those lines.
        Pete

        ~(8-[)}<><===> (flames of new anointing, béret, non-prescription glasses to help critics and their ilk feel more secure, mustache, beard...and tie.) I serve a God who walked this earth for thirty years before He did a single miracle.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Morefish View Post
          That we BAPTIST CHRISTIANS don't already have IN FULL? Nuttin, of course. . .

          when one says, "I am of Baptist." “I am of Paul,”
          and another, “I am of Apollos,” are you not carnal?
          (1 Co 3:4).


          That carnality is conformed
          by the superiority of this Baptist over Pentecostals.

          Carry on with the abuse for that has been proven
          to be a sin for which the answer hasn't been understood.




          Every post this superior Baptist makes is a testament
          of not being able to overcome persistent sin.

          Sir, I don't want to be a part of that BAD NEWS.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Morefish View Post

            We BAPTISTS have been doing that for almost a hundred years in my own congregation. So what 'new' thing do YOU have to offer?
            Sigh...Fishy, the only "new" thing anyone has to offer is themselves to His service...and we come to Him according to His teaching which he faithfully provided by His Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Truth Who has taught us according to His promise...this is what all Christians have everywhere in common.

            BTW...congratulations for your extraordinary assembly that has been so faithful for so long. That is indeed remarkable.
            Pete

            ~(8-[)}<><===> (flames of new anointing, béret, non-prescription glasses to help critics and their ilk feel more secure, mustache, beard...and tie.) I serve a God who walked this earth for thirty years before He did a single miracle.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Morefish View Post

              We BAPTISTS have been doing that for almost a hundred years in my own congregation. So what 'new' thing do YOU have to offer?
              I thank God for the Baptists. It was a Baptist pastor who went door-to-door on Saturdays seeking the lost who wound up getting a man and wife saved. She later received the baptism of the Holy Spirit in a tent revival, and he receive it during a prayer service in that Baptist church. Several years later God directed them to a AoG church where he became a pastor. While there, God told him to go to Pastor Hagin's Rhema Bible Training College. After that he was directed to start a church at its current location, of which I'm a member.
              Allen (Unless noted otherwise, Bible quotations are from the 1984 edition of the NIV)

              Faith--Sees the invisible, believes the incredible, and receives the impossible.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by tbeachhead View Post



                BTW...congratulations for your extraordinary assembly that has been so faithful for so long. That is indeed remarkable.
                Westboro Baptists are known for their inflammatory hate speech.

                Morefish

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Conqueror View Post

                  Westboro Baptists are known for their inflammatory hate speech.

                  Morefish
                  I'm not thinking Fishy is talking Wesboro...they haven't claims to 100 year old faithfulness...Fishy's church is making waves and bringing them in! It's an amazing claim. One hundred years.
                  Pete

                  ~(8-[)}<><===> (flames of new anointing, béret, non-prescription glasses to help critics and their ilk feel more secure, mustache, beard...and tie.) I serve a God who walked this earth for thirty years before He did a single miracle.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post


                    Westboro Baptists are known for their inflammatory hate speech.

                    Morefish
                    Originally posted by tbeachhead View Post

                    I'm not thinking Fishy is talking Wesboro...they haven't claims to 100 year old faithfulness...Fishy's church is making waves and bringing them in! It's an amazing claim. One hundred years.
                    Their inflammatory hate speech is the same.



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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by tbeachhead View Post

                      Sigh...Fishy, the only "new" thing anyone has to offer is themselves to His service...and we come to Him according to His teaching which he faithfully provided by His Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Truth Who has taught us according to His promise...this is what all Christians have everywhere in common.

                      BTW...congratulations for your extraordinary assembly that has been so faithful for so long. That is indeed remarkable.
                      No, that is GOD at work
                      God's Word (Scripture) will convince me. YOUR argument is your own.

                      I want to be so full of Jesus that if a mosquito bites me, he will fly away singing 'there's power in the blood. . .' (author unknown)

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Morefish View Post

                        No, that is GOD at work
                        Huh? So it's not remarkable? I think God's work is remarkable...imagine a fellowship that has lasted one hundred years in faithful proclamation of a gospel like this one...free from hypocrisy and pride, and drawing all other churches to their historic light and consistency!

                        You must have a huge building!
                        Pete

                        ~(8-[)}<><===> (flames of new anointing, béret, non-prescription glasses to help critics and their ilk feel more secure, mustache, beard...and tie.) I serve a God who walked this earth for thirty years before He did a single miracle.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by tbeachhead View Post

                          Huh? So it's not remarkable? I think God's work is remarkable...imagine a fellowship that has lasted one hundred years in faithful proclamation of a gospel like this one...free from hypocrisy and pride, and drawing all other churches to their historic light and consistency!

                          You must have a huge building!
                          YOU claim that it is not remarkable. I have never made such a claim. Not one word ever said anything about hypocrisy or pride, or anything of the sort. You are talking nonsense.
                          God's Word (Scripture) will convince me. YOUR argument is your own.

                          I want to be so full of Jesus that if a mosquito bites me, he will fly away singing 'there's power in the blood. . .' (author unknown)

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Morefish View Post

                            YOU claim that it is not remarkable. I have never made such a claim. Not one word ever said anything about hypocrisy or pride, or anything of the sort. You are talking nonsense.
                            I said, "That is remarkable."

                            You said, "No...it is just God at work."

                            And I would hope I'm not talking nonsense. Your claim is that your century old fellowship has been "doing that for almost 100 years..." and the antecedent for 'that' was "...go out and get folks saved..."

                            If you've been doing just that alone, without stint or kerfuffle, you're to be congratulated.

                            Go ahead and insult me, my friend. It seems to be part of your religion as well...here's hoping that y'all haven't been doing that for one hundred years.
                            Pete

                            ~(8-[)}<><===> (flames of new anointing, béret, non-prescription glasses to help critics and their ilk feel more secure, mustache, beard...and tie.) I serve a God who walked this earth for thirty years before He did a single miracle.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by tbeachhead View Post
                              ........... lasted one hundred years in faithful proclamation of a gospel like this one...
                              How presumptuous, when no scriptural principles were used
                              in the compilation of their imported Roman Canon.


                              the inhabitants of the earth were made drunk
                              with the wine of
                              the harlot's fornication (Rev 17:2).






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