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  1. Bliss

    Inequality

    It seems to me that it's only the people in the world who don't seem to be doing very well cry inequality as well as people who are jealous that other people earn more than they do or do a role that they want but isn't practical for them to do play the inequality card. it's all materialistic & pathetic in my opinion.
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    Inequality

    Mental illness never fails to entertain me.. What does she want out of her argument? For everyone in the world to earn the same pay rate for each different job role. While I acknowledge movie stars and football players and the like earn well more than they should, this woman needs a reality check.
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    Was remarriage a mistake?

    I always have had the view that people rush into relationships.. Mainly due to them having a feeling of having something missing, a void that they feel needs filling.. But it's not always healthy, my mother is into her third marriage now, I can't answer you're question as I've not read the whole of the old testament yet, but I hold a view that you should only get married once in you're lifetime.. Even though I know that's not biblical, as if a partner dies you are allowed to re-marry but I personally hold a view that I wouldn't ever do that.. As a never married single male I can not predict my future, however I see a marriage vow as a life long pact to one partner.. I see it as if a partner dies and you re-marry you are sharing you're life with 2 people or more if you marry anymore times.. I personally believe you should have one soul mate, not multiple people even if it's biblical.. I do hold strong controversial beliefs though so it's probably not what you wanted to hear.
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    The doctrine of Hell and my faith

    I understand completely,.. Although many of us think about what god does and where passed are residing, I would also suggest it's a possibility that god can change his plans and situations accordingly to him. What was the situation what's written in scripture may or may not be the circumstances now. Unless a new revelation comes to us and let's us all know, we won't truly know until it's the time for us to go ourselves, I don't think it's wise to spend too much time thinking about what is.. What if, or what's not, to be trusting and faithful is the priority here.
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    The doctrine of Hell and my faith

    Hi, welcome.. Thank you for joining us, I also have a fear, but it's about the passing over bit more so than just the possibility of going to hell part, although that is a worry. It's a constant battle sometimes isn't it? Thinking whether we have been good enough to go to heaven or if we have sinned one too many times & deserve hellfire. all you will get here is personal opinions.. Nobody knows our fate on here so you will unlikely find an answer to that. but my advice would be do the best you can in this life, be the best person you can possibly be and repent when sinned, as we all do sin most certainly. What could you possibly do more than this?.. So the main question would be is our best good enough? There is only one judge of that.. And so be it the outcome is totally out of our hands. I certainly don't think that's any sort of justifiable reason to become an opposite & live an evil lifestyle.. I suggest that if doing you're utter best in life & being the best person you can be gives you a clearer conscience then that has to be a positive issue.
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    The doctrine of Hell and my faith

    Hi, welcome.. Thank you for joining us, I also have a fear, but it's about the passing over bit more so than just the possibility of going to hell part, although that is a worry. It's a constant battle sometimes isn't it? Thinking whether we have been good enough to go to heaven or if we have sinned one too many times & deserve hellfire. all you will get here is personal opinions.. Nobody knows our fate on here so you will unlikely find an answer to that. but my advice would be do the best you can in this life, be the best person you can possibly be and repent when sinned, as we all do sin most certainly. What could you possibly do more than this?.. So the main question would be is our best good enough? There is only one judge of that.. And so be it the outcome is totally out of our hands.
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    A Schism coming in the Church?

    Certainly.. while defining the commands of scripture to fit the liberal agenda, is certainly tyranny to the Christian people of this country. The CoE are a shambles..
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    Was I being unreasonable?

    By you're standards of the 7th commandment would put nearly everybody to hell.
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    Was I being unreasonable?

    No, I did not suggest that sexual immorality isn't a problem, actually I think it's the biggest problem & I was once a fornicator, but not during my time I was born again so to speak. being sexually immoral during marriage or before marriage, do you class it as the same class of sin? I can't see how being a fornicator before coming to Christ is anyway in the same stance as being an adulterer during god's vow of marriage as a Christian.
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    Was I being unreasonable?

    I have many sins.. Many undesirable thoughts, sexually immoral behavior isn't one of them. Although I have lost my virginity it was long before I fully became a Christian, sex before marriage isn't something I desire.. although I do believe sexually immoral behavior pre marriage isn't as sinful as being an adulterer during marriage. Marriage should be a commitment to a sole partner till death, and I view it as a promise to god. Which I view my mother broke.. And I am positive 500 years ago she would have been stoned to death for her behavior.
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    Was I being unreasonable?

    It's to my understanding that while in marriage you shouldn't be having lustful relationships with other men.. Which she was having, with one man in particular which she married last month, hence my reason for not attending. I think loyalty during marriage is not only morally important but also biblicaly, while I know scriptures of forgiveness are important, her not being loyal to my father during her marriage with another man I couldn't condone her new marriage as I see it as adulterous according to [h=3]Matthew [/h] But I say to you that everyone who looks at a woman with lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart. while I respect your opinion I am still unsure of my guilty conscience, I am not sure I could have forgiven myself if I attended, it's also biblical for a mother to hold certain behaviours towards me which I feel she's failed on. It's not a fact that I'm unhappy that she's married to another man that isn't my father, not correct.. I would have been happy & attended if she was morally pure and started a new relationship after my father died, which wasn't the case.. She started a new relationship while still married to my father, I am a little shocked you condone this if I am completely honest but you're opinion is wanted. adulteress or not.. She is a fornicator, having sexual activity with all men before marriage, I was born a year before her marriage to my father.. So yes I was doomed from the very start.
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    Please Pray for My Marriage

    I'm no expert, but don't you have the right to not agree to a divorce? it was my understanding that there needs to be a valid reason for divorce, I'm guessing different places in the world have different rules. You're wife should be making an effort to make the marriage work out, it isn't you're fault here.. Prayers to you.
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    Was I being unreasonable?

    By biblical doctrine she shouldn't have married the 2nd husband which was my father, wouldn't that make her an adulteress based on biblical divorce laws?.. I hear you, I may have not worded correctly as I use my phone, I fully 100% understand that vows end when a partner dies, that is doctrine basics and I am aware of this isn't an issue here.. By biblical rights she shouldn't have married my dad due to her first marriage reason for divorce isn't biblical in my understanding please correct me if wrong Matthew 19:9 And I say to you: whoever divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another, commits adultery.” this wasn't a reason for my mother divorcing her first husband, Regarding her marriage with my father she broke this biblical understanding in my opinion. Matthew 5:27-28 “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ But I say to you that everyone who looks at a woman with lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart. please bare in mind that this was & happened before my dads death & while she was still married under vow, her having lustful relations elsewhere.. My dad died a year after this happened. This is my argument.
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    Was I being unreasonable?

    A quick intro- This is concerning my mother, she has just recently got married again for the third time. I did not attend her wedding as her only child. my reasons for not attending- I see my mother as an adulteress, my mothers first marriage ended in divorce because they had a car crash & he left her for dead, (so I've been told anyway) I don't see this as a biblical reason for divorce.. anyway her second marriage was to my father, 25 years of marriage.. Ended when my dad died of cancer, so they never divorced.. My main issue for not attending her latest wedding is due to her seeing a new man which now her husband while she was still married to my dad, all going on while my dad was dying which I'm finding it very hard to get over.. And has tore me apart psychologically. my mother stole my dads possessions he left me, and I had various other issues with her over the last few years not being there for me etc etc lying about me etc. whether my mother had sexual intercourse with the new man while still with my dad I am not sure of.. But it's 100% true there was a lustful relationship going on, which I find difficult to come to terms with. Hence why I refused to attend her latest wedding. my mother regards herself as a godly Christian woman which is the most shocking part of it all. so my question is do you think I was unreasonable to not go to her wedding? Should I forgive her for having a lustful relationship with another man while still married to her husband (my dad) ? I feel guilty, I feel guilty that I have abandoned her in my life due to her repeated utmost sinful nature, but she's unwilling it seems to change her behavior. I would like personal & biblical opinions. Thanks.
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    Why so many viewers & so few post's?

    we are living in a day of age where freedom of expression & opinions have be forced to be reined back, similarly democracy also.. The catalyst being liberals, only wanting democracy & freedom of expression when it suits their agenda.. When something doesn't suit their agenda it is to be classed as offensive.. not only have liberals bullied their way into changing hate crimes to suit their agenda and want to silence anyone but their own, they also want to change our religion as it doesn't include their LGBT friends and degrades women according to them. These people are far more of a danger to our religion than Muslim's are.. Christianity will be the first religion to be banned if they get their way. this is where I get back to topic, some people are able to hold a conversation/debate regarding differences of opinions in a mature & adult way, while others will be blatantly ignorant of another person's views and religion disregarding any facts and would belittle, bully and want to silence anyone who holds any opinion that isn't their own, my issue isn't with people who disagree with viewpoints of mine, my issue is with people who want to silence me, get me arrested for absolutely any opinion of mine, this has happened on a few Christian forums regarding differences of scripture. unfortunately liberalism has it's foot in the door of Christianity wanting to change scripture or twist meanings of scripture to suit their worldly views.. in my opinion I think Christians should fit political views around our religion & not the other way round.
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