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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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0f7904  No.520608[Reply]

Glory to God in the highest!

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2c003e  No.727729

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Hey I've seen some people are being banned for posting "divine counsel" content like Michael Heiser. I understand that it can appeal to mormons so its fine if we don't want it here. However I was thinking that something needs to be added to the rules about it if its going to be a ban-worthy offense.

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>>727438

Yeah like >>727483 said.

You should probably ask the mods if you want to make a separate petition thread for changes in moderation.




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bc249d  No.508486[Reply]

>What is this thread?

The designated political discussion thread. Christians from all parts of the political spectrum are encouraged to discuss relevant political topics and ideas, as well as ask questions and hopefully recieve answers from all points of view. Anything related to politics that doesn't actively involve the Catholic/Orthodox/Protestant churches should go here, so if a politics thread is deleted, this thread is the reason why.

As a reminder:

All board rules apply to this thread, so keep things civil.

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df9ed5  No.728151

>>727997

Should we plan for some apologetics/evangelism drives? It would help if we have a group of people and discuss some common responses and have some resources handy, so we don't get dog-piled all at once. Though it will fall on deaf ears for 95%, there might be 5% who might be interested.




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dfad1c  No.353817[Reply]

“But I have prayed for you, that your faith would not fail. And you, when you have turned back, strengthen your brethren.”

Luke 22:32

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your thoughts in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:6-7

Confess your offences to one another and pray for one another in order to be healed. The insistent prayer of a righteous person is powerfully effective!

James 5:16

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1fa20d  No.728063

>>727866

Thank you, brother. I truly need it. For every morning I see my shambled self in the mirror is like a knife to my heart.




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c6bd7f  No.727928[Reply]

Need some assurance, brethren.

I have anxiety, and I've been focused on the idea of my mortality, that one day I will die (unless judgment day comes before then)

But because I think about that, I also makes me worried about if its all a lie, that there is no God and we're only deluding ourselves to make us feel happy.

So please, fellow Christians, help me out here in the darkness and show me things to give me comfort. What are we promised? How can we get closer to God when we no longer hear His voice?

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c6bd7f  No.727949

>>727941

>>727942

is this some sort of test of faith, then? Taking away my faith so that I may have it again?


2be63f  No.727953

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>>727928

>we're only deluding ourselves to make us feel happy.

You think Christianity is the key to happiness in this day and age? If you take it seriously you basically become a pariah. It's much more easier to numb yourself in the comfort culture that is the 21st century and forget about death altogether (because once you're dead you just sleep) than restrictiong your base instinct in the hope you might go to heaven… A heaven that isn't even defined, we know nothing about it. We can't even fantasize like muslims about the virgins harems, the honey, the wine.

Christianity depiste its call of meekness it the way of the warrior.

Take up your cross and fight


d44098  No.727954

it sometimes happens that God will draw His hand away from us in order to purify our love for Him. after all, He does not want us to love security or afterlife or whatever else… He wants us to love Him for His own sake. St. Therese of Liseux experienced a total darkness of faith at the end of her life, and instead of worrying about it, she simply kept praying and trusting in God. the security is just a feeling… supernatural faith is not something we can detect or feel


280ce6  No.727962

>>727953

Based post. Saved


27996f  No.728181

>>727928

There are many things promised to us, but the most valuable things to me are:

> The presence of God (Psalms 145:18)

> Becoming children of God (Revelation 21:7)

> Being family of Jesus (Matthew 12:50)

> The friendship of Jesus (John 15:14)

> Fellowship with God and Jesus (1 John 1:3)

The God of the Bible is one that wants us to have a deep and personal relationship with Him. The two things that are vital in our relationship with God are faith and absolute surrender. Your walk with God starts upon your surrender, which is something you must do from your heart. Regarding faith.. I can only point you to Romans 10:17, John 6:63, and John 7:16-17. Read His words, implement His teachings in your life, and trust His promises (obedience and trust are also part of surrender).

And as stated in Psalms 145:18 and James 4:8, God will draw nigh to you, if you draw night to Him. So do that. Treat your walk with Him as a relationship (because that's what it is). Spend time with Him and pour out your heart to Him. Tell Him everything that is on your mind throughout the day. Get to know Him, through His words, and through experience.

As humans we do have many shortcomings, but don't let them discourage you. Know that we can ask God to help us with all of them (Psalms 51:10-12, Psalms 86:11, Mark 9:24, Matthew 7:7-11).




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c0e847  No.727570[Reply]

Let's see the representation here, so we know who we're talking with

https://www.strawpoll.me/16835722

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5357f1  No.728123

Wow. So I'm the only one who thinks the ideals of the restoration movements are a good thing on this board? Neat. Good to know.


5357f1  No.728124

>>728072

While the Mormon faith may agree that the Gospels are all divine, and tell of Jesus there is one thing and one thing only that makes them not Christian. They deny that Jesus is actually God. The triune nature of God is throughout Scripture, both in Old and New Testament writings and how they come to their conclusion is based mostly on a very, very, terrible translation of John 1:1 which they translate as "and the word was a god"

They beleive in a supreme God, Jehovah, but alo claim that there are lesser gods ala Jesus. They are in fact anti-Christs because they deny a fundamental truth about Christ.

Good people, very nice, but deeply flawed thelogy.


65f424  No.728158

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>results

pic related

Explains a lot about this place.


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>>728017

>I'm looking into [Mormon] texts as well)

DO NOT WANT … you to do that to yourself


a6b096  No.728180

>>728158

So that would be 75 Protestants, 82 Orthodox, 81 Catholics, and 48 non-church goers. Assuming that some of those who don't go to church are churchless Protestants, out of those who have a religious beief, it's about 1/3rd Catholic, 1/3rd Orthodox, 1/3rd Protestant.




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2e0963  No.727643[Reply]

What do you guys think of technology? Is it a threat to Christianity? As the world delves deeper and deeper into material luxury and comfort, men tend to forget God. The current globalized system is all about speed, efficiency, and status. There is less and less room for us as the use of machines continues to grow. Before anyone plays the card, technology is not neutral. Every new mass invention needs us to conform to it, not the other way around. Look at how people interact with their phones, computers, cars, etc. I can't say how many times I've felt like a complete outcast in public just because I wasn't on my phone. You look around and you see everyone's face glued to their screens, and it is sad. There is no community whatsoever. We're a symptom of it too. Because of the lack of real community, we bond with distant strangers on the web because of how atomized society has become. It seems it's only going to get worse. Give me your thoughts on the TQ and how it relates to Christianity.

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34b0d1  No.728147

>>728073

A broken clock has a good opinion twice per day.

The corollary of your style of genetic argument means you would support some heretic because of his "baste" opinions. Retard.


ad359c  No.728152

>>728073

Brb, burning all GNU software


fa0683  No.728156

>>727643

>quoting kaczynski

GTFO, seriously.

>>727643

>What do you guys think of technology? Is it a threat to Christianity?

Moreso to the world in general, but the devil will certainly be able to use it against us specifically … go on …

>As the world delves deeper and deeper into material luxury and comfort, men tend to forget God.

Already happened. Doesn't threaten us though.


34b0d1  No.728160

>>728152

To be honest, I am not a fan of the GNU coreutils, they are very bloated, are neither UNIX-philosophy nor LISP-philosophy. And the GCC is monolithic in a bad way.


fa0683  No.728179

>>728073

>A god that would allow so much suffering to occur — most of it not the result of anyone's free will — is clearly no guide to what anyone should do.

It's truly amazing just how many people these days are quite openly opposed to God on this basis alone.

Poor Theodicy kills souls.

Is it because of something the Church hasn't done?

Or is this the plan all along?




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791da1  No.728079[Reply]

Is MGTOW compatible with Christianity?

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791da1  No.728114

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Lots of (controversial) arguments for allow casual sex. There is no order of magnitude in how bad a sin is - people sin every day by lying or lusting - so it's not worse to pump and dump some women. Especially atheist women, they're beyond saving and would have sex with another man anyway if I weren't there

Sorry boys marriage is doomed, I've had multiple christian girls with long term boyfriends and husbands get way too flirty. Lots of stories about women cheating on their husbands with the pastors. I think a study stated that 20% of pastors have affairs. It's all doomed


79d903  No.728117

>>728114

It's only doomed when everyone stops fighting against it, my good man. Take heart, hope is with us.


791da1  No.728161

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e10c4f  No.728166

>>728079

If you're "going your own way" it means you're not going God's way. MGTOW is just Satanism rehashed.

>9 The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.


15193a  No.728178

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>>728114

>people sin every day by lying or lusting - so it's not worse to pump and dump some women. Especially atheist women, they're beyond saving and would have sex with another man anyway if I weren't there

That's like saying it's okay to steal from the crooked. It's just to prevent them from stealing, to punish for stealing, to help them 'from' stealing, but it's not okay to repay them in kind. Do not pay evil for evil, or wickedness for wickedness .

>Lots of stories about women cheating on their husbands with the pastors

In Orthodoxy, men who wish to be priests can marry, tough only before ordination.




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c3dedf  No.726263[Reply]

Mostly women on the street calling me ridiculous. Always the same words, "How ridiculous." In Portuguese. I'm Brazilian.

Sometimes I just hear it in my head and feel that it is coming from them. But sometimes I see they saying it. I see their lips moving. I see it very clearly, syllable by syllable. It's distressing how common this is becoming.

It's like I'm "broadcasting" it to them. I know many of you will think I'm just hallucinating this. But except for this voice-hearing phenomenon I'm a perfectly sane guy. And from what I have been reading about schizophrenia, well, I think there is a spiritual component to it. So I don't rule out the possibility that I'm somehow inducing people to have these negative thought about me. I think I have a negative aura.

I have basically become a walking triggerer of the words "How ridiculous!" in every woman I walk past on the street or the supermarket. Yeah, it's not very pleasant.

Lately I'm just sort of hearing it all the time, even at home. These faint half-whispers, "…iculous!", "How ridic…!", you get the idea. As if they were coming from right beside me, from different directions.

I'll go see a Catholic exorcist next week. I'm not Catholic, I'm not going to any church at the moment, but I know a Catholic exorcist. Anyway, if you have any suggestions feel free to share them.

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0a4cd3  No.727675

>>726973

"Mental Illness" is caused by demons.


0bd75a  No.727679

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Hold your horses faggot.

Do a blood test and see if there's anything out of the ordinary, then you'll go somewhere where tiggers can't arrest you for answering the voices.

Then you eat food without that Japanese contrast, for a few years and you'll be fine.


15afcb  No.727683

>>727675

What a coincidence. I just made a thread for that very topic >>727678


8c5227  No.727885

>>726263

The best suggestion I have is to make sure that you're right with God. If you haven't already, then: 1) Ask forgiveness for all your sins; 2) Ask the Lord to show you all the sins you haven't asked forgiveness for yet; and 3) Surrender yourself completely to Jesus Christ.

When I say "surrender completely", I really mean completely, don't underestimate the importance of it. Surrender your: money, possessions, family, friends, health, image, desires, plans, time, fears, worries, weaknesses, needs, control, security, understanding, and everything else you can come up with.

Also, I have a few books that might be of interest to you: https://mega.nz/#F!1WxngKha!4lzgajdT58QDeCw80PfPnQ

Specifically, the ones I'm thinking of are called "God's Medicine Bottle" and "They Shall Expel Demons" by Derek Prince.


0a4cd3  No.728177

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cfdaaa  No.727209[Reply]

Revelation 18

11 And the merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her; for no man buyeth their merchandise any more: 12 The merchandise of gold, and silver,

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675aed  No.727908

>>727702

Ok you are correct

The end of times did happen when Rome destroyed new Jerusalem and Jerusalem and the Roman Empire fell.

But we as Christians have test sent buy god.

The end of times is to get your attention.

The Bible has so many stories

There are many people that will mos guide others, as why Lucifer was upset with god and why the angels had to follow under the humans.

But when the messiah came and sacrificed his life for sin of the world.

The heavens United again

Putting all your savings into silver, gold and riches and not saving for your bills is foolish

Especially to make others rich

Faith

Not

Greed

Like Lucifer said to God see how destructive humans can be, putting the messiah on the cross. And God replying

Do see how the human sacrificed for your sins.

Now you can join Michael and be let in heavens

The adversary and anti crist will be your biggest battle anointed cherub.

Gods Destiny


675aed  No.727909

Matthew 15:22-28 A Canaanite woman from that vicinity came to him, crying out, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on me! My daughter is suffering terribly from demon-possession.” Jesus did not answer a word. So his disciples came to him and urged him, “Send her away, for she keeps crying out after us.” He answered, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel.” The woman came and knelt before him. “Lord, help me!” she said. He replied, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to their dogs.” “Yes, Lord,” she said, “but even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table.” Then Jesus answered, “Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted.” And her daughter was healed from that very hour.


675aed  No.727916

>>727462

Matthew 10:5 shows Jesus giving his disciples firm instructions to “go nowhere among the Gentiles.”


675aed  No.727944

You will be deceived by silver and gold

The anti crist will temp you, clamping it worth plenty and then it is worth less then you had before.

Be warned the anti crist is tempting you


2d3d9f  No.728176

>>727944

>The anti crist will temp you, clamping it worth plenty and then it is worth less then you had before.

Sounds just like cryptocurrencies to me :)




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da0612  No.727678[Reply]

Are all imaginary friends demons? Is schizophrenia just a form of demonic oppression? I've heard that there is no medical cure for schizophrenia but some people returned back to normal after a certain demon was exorcised from them.

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1fc9c2  No.728038

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895081  No.728041

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>>728038

Science are religion are much more interconnected than you think. Once you start seeing the truth, it is blinding


a04aa5  No.728054

>>728041

Go back to /x/, or lose your heatheness ways.


895081  No.728056

>>728054

>heatheness

What are you talking about?


1dda50  No.728175

>>728037

These all fit demonic activity, but you have to realize that you can put yourself in states that let demons access you easier. Being detatched from reality is disassociation, which happens as well in deep states of prayer, but can occur other ways. Even in Cloud of the Unknowing, it's written that demons appear and try and attack you more when you're pursing that form of contemplation, since it's a lot easier for them to interact with you when you're not paying attention to your corporal senses. Some people find it easier naturally to enter such states, and without the strong guidance of the Church and God, you can easily be deceived by demons, who also commonly appear as holy or good things.

Paranoia is the same thing, demons can insert loads of different thoughts into your head, and if you are more susceptible, you run with it.

Demons interact with you on a daily basis, it's not just being a totally possessed person.




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ec17cd  No.703403[Reply]

Does anyone listen to Christian music? I'm a catholic but I find it soothing and helpful spiritually. It focuses my mind on God.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XUKNSqS3C8&t=1276s

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d27922  No.723293

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Judee Still is really good.

The Lamb Ran Away With the Crown

Once I heard a serpent remark

"If you try to evoke the spark

You can fly through the dark

With a red midnight raven

To rule the battleground"

So I drew my sword and got ready

But the lamb ran away with the crown

So I drew my sword and got ready

but the lamb ran away with the crown

Tho' the beast within me's a liar

He made me glow with a strange desire

And I rode on the fire, with a blue sacred opal

to bless the battleground

But I turned to see its reflection

and the lamb ran away with the crown

Once a demon lived in my brow

I screamed and wailed and I cursed out loud

And I sailed through the clouds on ten crested cardinals

To guard my battleground

But I laughed so hard I cried

And the lamb ran away with the crown

But I laughed so hard I cried

And the lamb ran away with the crown


8cd2d0  No.728058

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I didn't know where else to post this autism

>Gabriel of Urantia was born into a working-class Italian family in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His father was a steelworker and a U.S. Marine. He was raised Roman Catholic and participated in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal at Duquesne University in the 1960s.

After the loss of his 7-year-old daughter in open-heart surgery in 1970, Gabriel began to feel more connected to "the other side." He began to explore spirituality outside of the Catholic Church and became a street minister to the poor and disenfranchised, working with ministries such as the Nicky Cruz Outreach and Youth With A Mission. In the late 1970s, Gabriel founded his own nonprofit organization and halfway-house, Son-Light Ministries, on 4th Avenue in Tucson, Arizona.

>In the 1980s, Gabriel explored the New Age movement and studied Eastern philosophy and religion, expanding his repertoire of truth while always maintaining his Christian roots. During this time of exploration, he was given The URANTIA Book, which he began to study religiously. In 1987, while on a wilderness retreat in the Superstition Mountains, Gabriel was contacted by an unseen being who asked to use Gabriel's body for communication purposes. After praying for safety, Gabriel reluctantly agreed and this was the beginning of his relationship with the celestial personalities working with him as he became a vessel for continuing revelation.

>Shortly after his first contact, Gabriel met his highest spiritual complement, Niánn Emerson Chase. In 1989, while raising a family with three beautiful starseed children, Gabriel and Niánn founded several nonprofit organizations that continue to grow and thrive today, including Global Community Communications Alliance and Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage.

>Gabriel of Urantia continues to act as an interdimensional receiver, but also uses his own words, writing from his heart, to appeal to the goodness in humanity. In the tradition of the world's sages and prophets, Gabriel uses language to encourage movement and growth. His writings are a call to the people of the planet to make the positive, inner changes in their personal lives that will bring about the positive outer changes needed in the world. This is a truePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


8cd2d0  No.728059

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>CosmoPop® is spiritually-hip vocal music that addresses the sufferings of our times and gives hope for a better world to come. It is TaliasVan's unique form of Global Change Music which he plays with the 12-piece Bright & Morning Star Band.

>CosmoPop®, spiritual-vocal music incorporates spiritual lyrics, mantra, sacred dance using rock, jazz, celtic, folk, world music, CosmoFolk™ and even CosmoCountry™ to create an interuniversal and interdimensional experience.

>The beating heart of CosmoPop® Music is TaliasVan's voice and guitar. His stylized vocals express the height and depth of emotional experience, while his lyrics reveal the poetry and wisdom of one who has lived lifetimes. His soul-prose expresses a spiritual sound that is visionary and hip, yet real and down to earth. TaliasVan believes that spiritual music does not have to be rote, churchy, or square and that a spiritual person can still be hip.

>City Officials,

If your city would like a Spiritualution Concert that would uplift the hopes and the hearts of the people for a new world to come and to have hope in the coming back to this planet of The Promised One, and if your city has been through tornadoes, or earthquakes, or storms, or hurricanes, and needs spiritual upliftment, please call Global Change Media at (520) 398-2542 and ask for Mycenay.


8cd2d0  No.728061

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>>728058

>>728059

>winnie the poohed up greentexting twice


e242a8  No.728173

>>723293

Found out she was an LGBT though




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ce072f  No.728077[Reply]

I've been browsing it for a few weeks and it's more like a left wing political hug box than a place to discuss Christianity. They actually downvote standard Christian doctrine like homosexuality being a sin

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fdee85  No.728102

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/r/catholicism is slightly better, but there seems to be an ongoing struggle there as one of the mods is…lost.

/r/traditionalcatholics is small but legit


657ed4  No.728107

Women


eb7c42  No.728108

>>728107

>>728097

Same thing, really.


1d7187  No.728170

>>728102

Which mod is it, and how are they lost? (Not that I disagree with you, it's too liberal there for me too, but at least it's okay.. but pretty bad at times). There are still unchecked comments of people promoting Islam, actually denigrating Catholicism (just to promote Islam), saying Mohammed did nothing wrong etc. I usually go all out on those threads, I have far too many references and knowledge about that idiotic cult to let it go unchecked. In fact one thread was brigaded by Mohammedans (apparently they lurk and brigade threads).

Who is the mod though, I'm curious. But yeah in general reddit is a cesspool, even the few "good" places. I try not to browse there too much, because you see soo much nonsense and I feel obligated to try and at least reply somewhat, but it's taxing. Lots of atheist trolls too, who pretend that they are Catholic, and make up posts saying "we should pray for this, God help us, mother church" blah blah, but are straight up atheists and concern trolls, and post in r/atheism saying they're so excited that the church is losing power and that no one is going for mass etc. Disgusting people and mods won't ban them.

Also on this note, I'm sick that left-wing commies will organize online and do a lot of work, but conservatives and traditionals will never do any work these days. This is a far cry from the Saints of past where they would not just pray but do actual real work to evangelize, fight heresy and so on. Now if you suggest people to do some work they're like, oh it's a lost cause, oh just pray, oh blah blah. I'm waiting to find a group of people who want to organize and do some actual work. We need to control parts of the internet, we can't just let fag LGBTLiberals take over everything. People are extremely impressionable. We look like total pushovers.


91dce2  No.728172

>>728077

>why is reddit so reddit




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def941  No.728076[Reply]

Is it sinful to become a bootlegger?

5365ed  No.728171

Best to cut out these things. Life is short and it's not useful. I'm trying my best to cut out all piracy etc too.




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d7792e  No.728154[Reply]

What's the deal with this world?

d7792e  No.728169

Tell me, /christian/




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cee400  No.727670[Reply]

What would be the most effective way to spread a word of God in modern society?

How to reach the youth generation before they become indoctrinated into the satanists/pop music agenda?

Satanists have under their belts so many resources, that it's impossible to reach the people at critical age/stage of their development. Their are being molded into theirs agenda before being able to make up a decision for them-self's.

I understand that life is unfair and we are the lucky ones to escape the gates of hell, but I want to help more. I wouldn't wish even to my worst enemies to end up there.

I believe many of you already thought about this before.

If you would be willing to share your ideas.

What do we do?

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75a0ba  No.728101

>>727670

Step 1: Become a man of good character

Step 2: Marry a woman of good character

Step 3: Have at least 4 children whom you raise to have strong and good character with the help of Jesus.

Step 4: Profit

Anything else is speculation.

If you have no children and don't want to have them, there is something wrong with you.

Fix it.

The gospel needn't adapt to modernity, it's the other way around.


4009de  No.728131

>>728101

>If you have no children and don't want to have them, there is something wrong with you.

I guess every priest and every monk who has ever lived had nothing to teach. Interdasting.


75a0ba  No.728132

>>728131

>you need to be celibate to be a priest

That takes care of that awful "argument".


b6039d  No.728167

>>728101

Oh yeah, that's what the greatest evangelist of all time, St. Paul, did right? He married a good woman and had lots of chi… wait. 🤔


b6039d  No.728168

>>728078

Honestly I'm with you on this one. Do you know any good artists that can do Christchans (I want some slight changes) and other memes? I'm willing to pay (for reasonable rates). If you know anyone or have resources of decent places to go for, let me know.




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