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Record: 3925
Date: Thursday, December 7, 2017, 4:32 01 Sec. AM
Name: Kevin G. Conner
City: Houston     State: Texas
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Friend

Comments:
    We continue to be blessed by your faithfulness and rejoice to see you reaching so many hungry souls in need of REAL fellowship in Christ. The sheep are truly scattered in these troubled and confusing times so we are blessed by such resources that provide the truth in its entirety. Thanks for honesty in dealing with the doctrine of Dispensationalism, which is one of the more sinister teachings in Christianity that plays havoc with interpreting Revelation. Thanks be to the Lord for raising up one of the few ministers that proclaims these doctrinal truths without mixture.

In His Grace and For His Glory,
Kevin and Jean Conner


 
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Record: 3924
Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2017, 7:02 02 Sec. AM
Subject: Divorce
Name: Terry Thompson
City: Sacramento     State: California
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Just Surfed In

Comments:
    I take it you accept opposing points of view? Many churches today embrace legislation that allows for what is called a 'no fault divorce.' This is a divorce in which neither party of a marriage is judged to be at fault. You have to have compassion and realize that sometimes it is simply a matter of emotional incompatibility, or of irreconcilable differences. This doesn't mean we are disobeying god, because the times have changed and the reformed churches must change with it or be left behind. My minister says that divorce is permissible in these situations, and so I don't think your article expresses the majority opinion of church ministers. If these scholars have reached this conclusion, who are you to say they are wrong? I will only encourage you to have some compassion for those who have married the wrong person, and ask for a little sympathy.


 
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Record: 3923
Date: Sunday, October 1, 2017, 1:04 03 Sec. AM
Subject: The Last of the Faithful
Name: David Mckean
City: Sacramento     State: California
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Word of Mouth

Comments:
    I am a former Roman Catholic, and my feedback is short and sweet. In a world almost devoid of teachings of critical thinking, responsibility, conscience, charity and consequences, this site is a wellspring of real Christian edification, teaching and righteousness. May God bless the Mountain Retreat. How you have managed to remain faithful to faithful historical Christian doctrines like divorce being wrong, God's sovereignty, morality and correction in the midst of a changing world, I do not know but am eternally grateful.


 
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Record: 3922
Date: Sunday, May 28, 2017, 9:34 34 Sec. AM
Subject: What is the Purpose of Fasting?
Name: L Brunson   Emailbrunsonl@hotmail.com
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    You really missed it on this one, as if you've never experienced the spiritual benefits of physical fasting. Contrary to your article Jesus did teach regular physical fasting. It's in the Sermon on the Mount, the keeping of which guarantees one will stand when the rain descends. It has nothing to do with "starving" as your article seemed to mock. I guarantee that fasting twice a week (for example), will not starve the body. One of the spiritual benefits is that it helps one to articulate necessary revelation the articulation of which is necessary to bring the Church to maturity. I think the underlying issue is that the suffering of physical fasting can lead to making the heart better (Ecc 7:3). The number one need for the Church is members who are moving forward in changing their hearts toward Christ's (Rom 8:29).

 
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    Reference: http://mountainretreatorg.net/bible/fast.html


 
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Record: 3921
Date: Sunday, May 28, 2017, 9:30 01 Sec. AM
Name: L Brunson   Emailbrunsonl@hotmail.com
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    Yesterday I found your article "Is Divorce and Remarriage Biblical". I found it to be remarkably helpful. I've been studying this topic for 40 years and was surprised to see "new" things that are actually in the Bible. Thanks for posting it.


 
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Record: 3920
Date: Friday, May 12, 2017, 1:52 AM
Subject: A Wellspring of Sound Theology
Name: Ekkehard Hoefig
State: Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony)
Country: Germany
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    I was fascinated visiting your website. Clearly, you gentlemen (and or ladies) have a rich and interesting resource that is highly informative and sound theologically. I would just like to thank you for the genuine spirit of Christ in your generosity in supplying these free valuable resources without commercial ads, annoying popups, begging for money or hawking books and CDs. Your preaching and knowledge of Christ is being powerfully communicated. Freely you have received, freely you give. I can tell you that here in Germany, it's so hard to find totally free Christian resource sites like this anymore. Nearly all have given up the ghost in favor of Conferences, Christian book stores and church blogs. Thank you so much brother and please keep up the excellent work you are doing here, and "know" that it is appreciated.


 
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Record: 3919
Date: Sunday, March 11, 2017, 2:51 AM
Subject: Faith Alone
Name: Billy
City: Newark     State: NJ
Country: United States
Found Site by: Word of Mouth

Comments:
    Some questions about your site. The Bible never says we are saved by faith alone and the phrase 'faith alone' occurs only once in James where it says that we are not saved by faith alone. So why do the Reformed Christians say we are justified by faith alone and not by works?

 
Reply:
    This is a well oiled myth, but certainly it is not true. There are plenty of Scriptures detailing how we are not justified or saved by works, but by faith. Justification and salvation by works or by keeping the law is constantly contrasted with faith apart or separated from works. That's why God's word says we are made righteous with God by faith without our own works. That means faith alone, not faith mixed with works.

Romans 3:28

  • "Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law."

Romans 4:4-5
  • "Now to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt.

  • But to him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness."

Romans 11:6
  • "And if by grace, then is it no more of works: otherwise grace is no more grace. But if it be of works, then is it no more grace: otherwise work is no more work.

Galatians 2:16
  • "nevertheless knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the Law but through faith in Christ Jesus, even we have believed in Christ Jesus, that we may be justified by faith in Christ, and not by the works of the Law; since by the works of the Law shall no flesh be justified."

Ephesians 2:8-9
  • "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:

  • Not of works, lest any man should boast."

The answer to your question of why Reformed Christians say we are justified by faith alone and not by works, is that this is what God's word clearly says.


 
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Record: 3918
Date: Sunday, March 5, 2017, 6:28 30 Sec. AM
Subject: Feedback
Name: Emil Johnson
City: Columbus     State: Ohio
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    Hello Pastor Warren, Thank you for your precious Bible study ministry. I would love to keep studying your teaching on Revelation and to apply it to my own Bible study group. You have enlightened my understanding of his subject greatly. I believe your studies will give me a correct Christian foundation, and guide me to a better understanding. I'm now on your 2nd Thessalonians study.
Praise God for Jesus and the hope of salvation,
Amen.


 
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Record: 3917
Date: Tuesday, January 31, 2017, 8:33 16 Sec. PM
Subject: Appreciation
Name: Pete Holifield
City: Pleasant Prairie     State: Wi
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    Gracious Brother,
I have been reading your articles with much interest and truly appreciate what you have written, but even more what you have thoroughly supported with Scripture. You have opened up a new way of Bible study for me. Sola Scriptura! Thanks so much.


 
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Record: 3916
Date: Monday, January 9, 2017, 7:08 52 Sec. PM
Subject: Just Surfed in
Name: Hellen G.
City: London     Country: England
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    What an education in what is true Christianity. May you and everyone who comes to you be blessed with Gods love.


 
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