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SpecFictionGuy

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  1. Welcome to you!!
  2. Happy Birthday!!🎂🎉🎁🎊🎈
  3. My wife said she researched that drug before going on an Africa missions trip. It doesn’t say it in the article I read, but my wife’s research said it gives nightmares. That’s why she decided against it. (my wife’s a Registered Nurse)
  4. I know a pastor who prays through that Ephesians passage to put his armor on as one of his spiritual disciplines in his devotional time each day.
  5. I’ve got about 10 pages on my novel written but I think I have too many scenes in such a little space. Also I already have several changes I’ve noted for these first pages. I’m chomping at the bit to edit them, but I know I should keep at my draft to get it all down. Has any of you found way to suppress your inner editor so you can finish your story first?
  6. This...is...your...birthday song. It isn’t very long. 😁 (Taken from a improv comedy group in my hometown)
  7. Welcome to you!
  8. @lynnmosher you have to click on that link to find out the person whose “prophecies” I’m challenging
  9. 1 Peter 1:3 says, “His divine power has given us everything we need pertaining to life and godliness through our knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and goodness.” The Scriptures we have in the Bible (Genesis to Revelation) has given us everything we need for what God wants of us in this life. The words “has given” in the above verse are perfect passive tense in the Greek. Perfect tense signifies a completed action with ongoing effects. That means just as God gave his followers everything they needed for life and godliness then, it is enough for us now and even in the future when everyone now on this website are dead and gone. I find it ironic when the author comes down on “self appointed prophets” of the mega churches He also prophesied that God will debase all the mega church pastors. Deut. 18:21-22 says, “You may say to yourselves, ‘How can we know when a message has not been spoken of by the Lord?’ If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the Lord does not take place or come true. That is a message the Lord has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously. Do not be afraid of him.” If his prophecy does not come true, then he has not spoken the Word of God. Finally, if God is against mega churches, then why were 3,000 believers added to the Jerusalem church on the Day of Pentecost? Wouldn’t Peter and the other apostles have been deposed?
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