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Peter Bellone

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  1. Introduction Most modern-day Christians are not aware of the Feast of Trumpets, nor have any idea what it is all about! This is also true for the other six holy days that God has ordained to be feasts and Sabbaths. If you were to go to any posting on the web you will find most references to this feast as a 'Feast of the Jew'. Saying that the Feast of Trumpets is a Jewish holiday makes the Feast of Trumpets part of the Jewish religion. Now the definition of religion is this: The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods. Religion
  2. Dennis, Thanks for the reply, and not going off on me! I have replied to other, though not on CW.com, but mostly on FaceBook, and I get back some nasty replies, therefore your reply was like a breath of fresh air. I can see where your not certain of the law of God as opposed to the Law of Moses, which in actuality is kind of a misnomer. Be like your boss giving you something to pass on to other employees and then that becoming known as the Denny's law God has Laws, commands, ordinances, and statues that I suppose stack up with the law on top and the rest falling below in order of impor
  3. Denny, there are many people who believe that all one has to do to be saved, is mouth some form of allegiance to The Christ and presto magic they are saved for all eternity, however, for God to do this negates A great deal of teaching that He gave to the Israelites after taking them out of the bondage of Egypt. As for the law of Moses, it was a temporary measure given to the people after the fiasco with the golden calf. However, the law of God (ten commandments) was never abrogated nor abolished but made stronger in the sacrifice of Jesus because he obey these laws so as to qualify for the sac
  4. Peter Bellone

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    This blog is about the most pernicious teachings of Sunday keeping Christianity, which is 'Once saved, always saved' or Eternal security. The following information was taken off the internet at allaboutgod.com: "Once Saved, Always Saved – is there biblical evidence - The Bible teaches “once saved, always saved” -- that we can be saved once and for all only through a repentant, saving faith in Jesus Christ. Once a person has accepted Christ as Savior, they may wonder if it is possible to lose that salvation. What if they commit a sin? What if they commit a lot of sins? What if they do something
  5. Think I am over the worse of it! Beginning to see the forest now!

  6. Been sick for the last four days, but taking anti-biotics to get over what ever is troubling me.

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