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The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

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0e226c  No.773935[Reply]

I was watching this video by a reformed fellow on the net and heard this hymn in the background of this video. I was trying to find a source but failed to do so. I asked the owner of the account what the name of the hymn was but all he knew was that it was a hymn by M. Lloyd Jones but he couldn't give me much information since even he didn't know himself. Was wondering if there were any anons here who are family with the song who could hopefully find the source for me. Also, I am not the owner of the account and this is not a sly way of getting money but if you do decide to donate go ahead. I just wanted to the name of the hymn.


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80476b  No.773852[Reply]

what are christians thoughts on libach?

edcb92  No.773868

I used to listen to them when I was 16

80476b  No.773870


why you stop?

edcb92  No.773871


I don't have time to listen to silly industrial music, I'm 22 and if I do put on music anymore it's ambient electronic or classical.

80476b  No.773872


why you think laibach music is silly? it may rape your ears but i dont think its silly

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dd89c6  No.772263[Reply]

worth going to? dont really care about the minute theological details

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202064  No.772343


It’s not catholic, probably

bab63e  No.772347


>I don't like this

>I disagree with your post

<So I'll poison the well

4c973d  No.772356


varies I guess depending on where you live. I checked it out on my campus and it seemed like a normie youth group, not much to offer.

>what about fellowship

seemed cliquey like youth group 2.0 for kids who dont want to leave their high school days

maybe im just an pr1ck

03671e  No.772533


Literally this. CRU is theologically fast food. The one time I went, I was finding gross errors being presented as facts and I wasn't particularly God-fearing at the time or remotely trying to be Christian. When someone whose quite lapsed finds errors - that should tell you something.



I recommend OCF if you just have to interact with peers. Otherwise, find a Church and go be an adult. Put on a nice shirt, some khakis, a tie, and GO TO CHURCH. Campus ministries are nice for people who are literally secularist and just now getting over their Angstheism and open to the idea of something more.

But otherwise, go to Church. You're going to be going to Church anyways in your post-college days, so just get used to it now. You'll probably be interacting with potential employers and people who can help you out after you graduate, so it's not just more spiritually beneficial, but socially/economically beneficial too.

e8084c  No.773867


campus dynamic is different, esp if you live in a college town. for all their faults, collegiate ministries are great ways to meet solid people. if you just go cold-turkey and "muh go to church in khaki" than chances are you will be a loner. relationship,socializing,networking is an important part of college life. and no, i did actualy stem major with summa cum laude.

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0d6037  No.773811[Reply]

Do you view God as Yahweh or Jehovah? For me personally I've always viewed him as Yahweh

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008487  No.773826

He is the


You have to use the special font.

b36285  No.773832




That's a pretty weak special font.

48a29d  No.773843


The name Jehovah (יֲהֹוָה) it's a mistake made from the Hebrew text where it said YHWH (יהוה) and since the pronounciation for the word was lost people didn't want to mispronounce it so they put the niqqud of adonai(אֲדֹנָי), My Lords, so people would remember to say that instead of just guessing on how to pronounce YHWH

4b8bb6  No.773854


Dans mon langage, nous le nommons "Dieu".

7ff8e5  No.773862


Nice meme

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dda28f  No.746730[Reply]

>Be me

>25 years old, tall and not bad looking

>make over CAD$20,000 a month

>zero problems attracting secular women

>started going to church at 21

>work a lot, but still active in church life

>dont want to be known as a man whore so only ask about 6 women at 4 different churches in different cities over 3 years

>shut down each time

>often turn down secular women because they arent Christian

Should I even bother with church women anymore? It seems that the church women that arent married young would even turn down Jesus himself for a date.

Should i just convert a secular woman?

I'm not going to be unmarried at 28.

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5faeee  No.773753

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>Even if ((( ))) did coin the term, [pedo-phobia] is still real and I'm sure you've been on the internet long enough to know that.

No. The concept, as an attack mechanism against ethnic Europeans, exists in the same way Martians do. In the mind as a fiction not as a tangible or real thing. You can prescribe any concept, concrete or otherwise, with any term used in the past, in modified contemporary language, or anything in your head. It's just sounds n shit bruh. If people happen to like the way you word it then it falls into the popular zeitgeist but that doesn't make it an ounce more or less real than it already was. Consensus does not form reality. Democracy is one of the worst and unethical systems of human organization ever invented. People literally picked a thief over the creator of all things guy.

You may want to have a six figure job. But wanting a thing and then deluding yourself into thinking you have such a thing, when you do not, is absolutely not a good reason to go buy a yacht yes? Your perception is not your reality. Memetics only goes so far.

The concept of "racism" is on it's face dishonest and only ever used in bad faith. I think I know where you were headed but I would you like to define your terms with a sense of accuracy and care.

c44c34  No.773764


Not him, but you can deflect call your opponents pinko SJW crypto-jews all you want, but your exegisis is still retarded, and an interpretation no serious theologian has ever subscribed to.

947c1e  No.773777


>Every human on Earth is polluted by Angel blood

Where the winnie the pooh are my superpowers?

a3e449  No.773810


We have the superpower to do God's will on earth, that's what the Saints do. But most of us either don't believe it or prefer to do our own will.

8e9771  No.773861

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I haven't called him such. But I am going to let him know he's internalized more liberal horseshit than he's probably aware of. It's important that we learn what kind of dumb shits we've all become accustomed to here in the world if we're going to help it. Have to pray & take the initiative man.

Not sure where you thought I came into this discussion but I've not made any theological arguments about anything yet.

I started here: >>773368.

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7584e1  No.769986[Reply]

Is it ethical to seek employment in our wicked apostate government? If it IS acceptable, what would be the best department/agency to apply for?

I'm thinking immigration or the US postal service.

Thoughts on government jobs?

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7a0841  No.773245

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>Just ignore the teachings of the Old Testament

No thanks, satan.

c5f649  No.773357

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What if you have to sign a pro-israel oath to have a government job? Will the Lord forgive if you do?

f2d144  No.773385


The eternal Baptist strikes again.

caaae5  No.773685


I work for a company that does a lot of contract work. I am having mixed feelings from a moral stand point and will probably quit eventually. Most people who work for the government are winnie the pooh lazy. It's glorified welfare.

d13c2f  No.773840


That is explicitly wrong, individuals who manages tax collectors bid on lots of taxes to be collected then sent the individual collectors to go and gather more than they bought it for to make a profit thus making the profession viable

This resulted in tax collectors overtaxing as a necessary part of their profession and in fact the very reason they had a job to begin with

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2890ef  No.773315[Reply]

Your favorite icons.

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b7a1e5  No.773721

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Checked this beautiful response

c03918  No.773724


I wasn't aware we were still living under the Mosaic Law. I trust you've been a good Jew by also following the laws about putting homosexuals to death and not wearing mixed fabrics.

33b7d2  No.773728


Don't be ridiculous. The Law has not been abrogated, but it was imperfect because no one can fulfill God's will perfectly. Christ is the author of the Law and gives us its spirit, rather than its letter, and He gives us His Spirit to be able to fulfill His will perfectly this time.

The Law remains holy and edifying, and this is why the Ten Commandments are used so much, even if their interpretation changes with Christ ("do not kill" becomes "do not even hate", "do not commit adultery" becomes "do not even look at someone with lust", "remember the Sabbath" becomes "remember the Lord's Day", etc). You can't accuse someone of being a Judaizer for bringing up one of the ten commandments.

47d1e2  No.773828

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Not all of these are icons, but still


Anti-trads btfo! How will they ever recover?

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1274db  No.762321[Reply]

Given the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity just finished one or 2 days ago, and we haven't had a good old thread about this in a time, here's a place to celebrate what we have in common, so that "we may all be one"(John 17:21):




Common agreements:

Catholic-Eastern Orthodox:

Chieti Declaration:


Ravenna Document:


Other info:


Eastern Orthodox-Oriental Orthodox:

Collection of common declaration:


Pastoral Agreements between the Patriarchs of Alexandria recognizing some of the sacraments:

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e6fcf0  No.769699


Anglicans lost true apostolic succession a long time ago. We have an unbroken line, but our theological intention and rites are totally broken and heretical. The only way for Anglicans to get back into succession is to reconcile with Rome or Orthodoxy.

I vote we go Orthodox and become the English Orthodox Church. Anglican Communion won't last another 70 years in the protestant world.

T. Anglican

40a620  No.769727


>why those people aren't good and godly like us

they literally do not have the apostolic succession. this isn't some arbitrary thing the Catholic Church throws around, they still admit the Orthodox Church still maintains it.

if you do not have the apostolic succession, they are not an apostolic church.


ab9476  No.769783


God willing, that still can happen somehow. The Orthodox were willing to incorporate Anglicans/Episcopalians in the 19th/early 20th century. There was a wing of Anglicans still in love with tradition enough to see this as the right thing, but they weren't enough.. and now that wing of Anglicanism is even a smaller minority today. Anglicans/Episcopalians chose the other direction and seemingly got devoured by unbelief and indifference throughout the 20th century. The only choice now is just to flee completely.

I think the Orthodox are the only ones who benefited from any of these talks. From those times, it produced a service book (the Hapgood version) and had help translating the liturgy that was also intended for the hope of a Western/Anglican rite. The Antiochian parishes still rely on a lot of this KJV/Book of Common Prayer English… but it wasn't just intended for them.

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1c843b  No.773822

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b55ec6  No.773204[Reply]

Has anybody seen what's been happening on /pol/?

It seems something is happening.

Every Christian thread is getting blessed with redpills and insane digits.

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a02425  No.773382


^This. Viewing digits as a "sign from God" is in the realm of numerology and divination, and other such paganism and Satanic rebellion against God.

>"A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign.."

211e9f  No.773424


Brother, many of us started there, and are now here. How would this be possible unless God survives all possible attacks from all angles? /pol/ for me, and at a time when i needed it, was helpful and productive for me to be able to see that Christianity was strong on intellectual and philosophical grounds, as well as faith. The ways of the Lord are mysterious, and even some of the most flagrantly anti-Christian threads can have the opposite of their intended effect and push people toward the Lord (for example, probably the closest thing to unanimous support on /pol/ is the widespread agreement that the society is being destroyed by its degeneracy). There is debate about it’s caused , and complete chaos about how to fix it. But it does not take too many more steps from there to begin to see that the church offers a solution, people there are willing to accept that on purely intellectual grounds alone. And then it does not take too many steps from that realization to have the further realization that God is real, and that a solution is only possible through Christ. Something like the above was my own path.

Having said that, if you are not already on pol , I would not at all recommend you begin now. It also helped to push me much farther away from God then ever before before it helped to bring me back. And the black pill thing is I think very real, and dangerous to the psyche / soul. In short, I should have never left the church or abandoned God. I had done both, and /pol/ I was very helpful for bringing me back.

Stay strong , brother. It’s a sick world out there.

46ce73  No.773425


They are reacting. The average /pol/lack would have been as cucknat as ye olde boomer if they were born in a different era. They know not what they are doing, but they are acting on God-given instincts rather than attempting to suppress their human nature ala leftist trannies.

a56310  No.773684


/pol/ has too much anger and vanity. I just go to shitpost and call people out for saying stupid shit.

5102d0  No.773801


No its not. There will be no property in heaven, and Christians were called to shed personal trappings. Realistic? no. but the bible does NOT give rights, only commandments, and property is not one of them.

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a0556c  No.766575[Reply]

I'm curious about this topic because I have bipolar and Fr. Ripperger said he believes bipolar is a form of demonic oppression. How do you tell if an affliction is of demonic origin or not? How do you cure/prevent afflictions of demonic origin?

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4be3af  No.773079



I don't know where this came form but it needs to go back.

Otherwise good post, I guess.

39cb9c  No.773085


CINO = Christian In Name Only

It's used to describe people that claim to be Christians but are not. Like NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo who brags about his supposed catholic faith while he signs the late term abortion law. These are the people that use Christianity as a means to an end and not as a way to worship and love God.

ff3e0b  No.773228


That's not what he said. These issues can be biological too and he openly says that. If you suspect it might be demonic oppression talk to a priest or better yet a trained exorcist priest. Just know that if you ask a liberal priest he'll probably tell you it's not true, just accept he's wrong and find a more learned priest. God bless.

22b887  No.773351


It's always biological too. Demons can cause afflictions but they have to act within the bounds of nature. Hindering the means of the attack with medication might be slightly helpful but it's always best to expel the entity responsible.

161fc3  No.773775



Basically anyone who thinks you can be both Christian and liberal.

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70c865  No.773037[Reply]

North Korea:

>Barely anyone knows what is going on in there, but its known they have huge slavery camps

>People are very afraid that they'll be thrown into those

>Those that aren't are the elite and have access to things such as free internet

South Korea:

>Also barely anyone knows what is going on in there, but its known the feminism virus has spread there

>Women openly talk about how they'll abort the babies of any korean men because they're supposedly disgusting

Have you prayed to both Koreas this year, anons?

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e58f57  No.773552


Alright i'll bite.

What's going on in the .webm?

a942a9  No.773556


If I remember it correctly, Its either the .webm of korean women telling men to commit suicide, or a incident which happened in front of a school. Probably the former.

Either way, not something you'd want on your home country.

03afa0  No.773693

South Korea is supposed to be based. I thought their Presbyterian rate was 30-40% of the population.

67bbc6  No.773727

What is the source of those claims about NK?

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>How do we not know what's going on in South Korea?

According to this anon in the screencaps, some anecdotal reports, and the fact that the term 'Hell-Joseon (korea in Korean I think)' exists. South Korea is pretty much a lab for U.S. to do political experiments in and is currently a Huxley-esque dystopia. Lots of dangerous cults there as well, the strange things being that they are twisted and perverted forms of Christianity as if it is intended.

On top of my memory alone, Korea is in bad shape ever since the dawn of 20th century. Presidents assassinated, presidents committing suicides, major shift in political system from presidency to prime minister being at the top and back to presidency again. To top that, few years back in 2016 there was this Korean Rasputin thing where the female president got caught in a scandal involving some feminist cult (not cult as in tumblr-tier cult, but actual 'cult') which the cult leader had her hands in every cookie jar in the country including top corporations like Samsung and such. Fun fact, about a decades back. Some Korean posted about this everywhere he went, Asia's halfchan equivalent, even halfchan when it was still new; he warned everyone that this cult exists and pulling strings. He was mocked as a conspiracy theory nutjob and gone silent, some anon saved the screencap just in case (I think I also may have it tucked somewhere in my HDD).

Huge protests happened, media try to downplay it HARD. There is this term 'nation-saving celebrity scandals' where every time the Korean government got caught in scandal, a celebrity scandal has to happen all the time as if a well-placed distraction. Knowing that Korean government has absolute control on the countrys media (on the side note, Hangul, the Korean alphabet is also copyrighted by the government). If you think U.S. is bad, then Korea is far worse. The term I mention earlier was something of a joke, note the past-tense; it is proven real after its reveal after the scandal.

So in short, anything coming out of Korea came past the government eyes who heavily-censored and moderate tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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e0853b  No.773702[Reply]

What does /christian/ think about "The Final Pagan Generation" by Edward Watts?

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6e285e  No.773716


Romanticizing about pagans is useless tbh

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3400b1  No.773652[Reply]

morning, I am new to this board, first time user…I am very interested to find out the truth about Qprofit http://q-profit-d2.com/?ref=shuttleworth and what other Christians think about it?..is it a scam? is it real? does anyone know anything about it?…thanks

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1eec6d  No.773650[Reply]

morning, I am new to this board, first time user…I am very interested to find out the truth about Qprofit http://q-profit-d2.com/?ref=shuttleworth and what other Christians think about it?..is it a scam? is it real? does anyone know anything about it?…thanks

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d29650  No.773404[Reply]

>be me

>literature class

>teacher goes on and on how women weren't allowed to write nor read by the evil catholic church

>says women were submissive as if it were a bad thing

>described the social order of the middle ages as "the king in the top, clergy and then nobles" as if only a select few could become clergy

>describes the catholic church as a secret police death squad


>"the church sent crusades to kill, loot and pillage the middle east"

When does it all end? I can't take this anymore, virtually every class has a teacher talking about feminism, women's liberation and so on. Granted, this is a private course, but still, i think that the educated class of my country ( Brazil, a country with a catholic foundation!!) are infected with pozzed ideology and a hatred for the catholic church. How can we discredit those myths to the public? Honestly things just get worse for my country

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4add4f  No.773544

catholic church is half the reason why most people were literate in the west after rome's fall

4add4f  No.773545


well, among those who were literate I mean

ba7631  No.773557


>"Stay united!"

You're 500 years too late, bud.

042a15  No.773641

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I have given them thy word; and the world hath hated them, because they are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.

John 17:14

And we know that we are of God, and the whole world lieth in wickedness.

1 John 5:19

If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you. Remember the word that I said unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you; if they have kept my saying, they will keep yours also. John 15:19-20

606dfb  No.773643


What do you mean by this?

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