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You know them, in the Greek of the New Testament they are Simeon/Petros, Andreas, Iakōbos, Ioannes, Philippos Bartholomaíos, Thomas/Didymos, Matthaios, Iakōbos, Thaddaios, Simon o Zelotos, Ioudas Iskarion, Paulos. We know the...
I'm not a big fan of David Stewart, however raking somebody over the coals and shredding him to pieces is not a good example for not only believers, but non believers as well. Then when you get so angry at people who respond to that, it's so self defensive. What do you expect? People to lie so you can "feel good" or tell you the truth positive or negative. Apparently, your responses haven't been very affirmative about what you wrote. Next you have this automatic statement on that site, where you refuse people that get "personal" I'm not sure what you get angry about, considering your the writer of Stewart's very "personal" evaluation and there is no doubt that it's personal. At one point you say something to the effect of his web page looks like a grade School level, So you can write "personal attacks" but nobody else can if it's about you because, it's too "personal." The Apostle Paul actually praised the people who didn't agree with his teaching and told them "to check the scriptures to make sure he was right." The majority of Christians I watch are too busy pitting themselves against each other and completely dismiss the very notion of actually sharing "the good news" to non believers. This is the #1 reason people hate Christians. They don't hate them because of Christ, they hate them because of the way they act I don't agree with you regarding "turning from sin" first off can you define "sin"? because we sin in minds, we sin in our hearts, we sin even when we don't know we're sinning. If you think you can "turn from sin" then you might as well lock yourself in your house and get a daily log and log every single sinful thought, because it's impossible to turn from Sin. "If you say you have no sin, then there is no truth in you" Again this not a grey area. Either you are saved by faith or works. You cannot add to or take away from Christ has already done. If you add to, you put the focus back on self and take away from his "FREE" gift. If you're trying to take away through "works" then your taking away from Christ sacrifice again. When Christ was on that cross and the thief next to him asked him to be with him in paradise. Jesus responded yes. Legalistic Christian just don't want to believe that "they" have to share "their" heavenly space with a sinner like me. Who am I to judge? However, if hell is for sinners then who is heaven for? Jesus said "I have not come for the righteous, but rather the unrighteous." You can be dangling over the flames of hell and call out to him and you will be saved. It's like the prodical son. "You I have always had with me, but rejoice because your brother was lost and now he's found." Legalistic Christians are very stingy when it comes to heaven. They don't want to dare tell the truth of how simple salvation is. Christ referred to them and legalists today when he said something to the effect of "Woe unto you hypocrites all, you slam the gates of heaven shut to all but yourselves. Mercy, justice, kindness you have none. You are full of dead men's bones. Blind guides, the blind leading the blind" I would seriously reconsider evaluating people on a world wide web. Everybody becomes your "flock" and as such you will be held accountable for all those you turn off and away. Pastors don't understand the magnitude of that responsibility.
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I gave Apria one star because there's no lower rating. Getting the right size refillable tanks took four attempts and they never did deliver the 4 that were requested. Getting a proper CPAP mask was even worse, their mask fitting appointments are rushed, the "therapist" just eyes you up and hands you a mask and says "That will work" and rushes you out the door. The utter worst part of Apria is their phone system. Once you get past their convoluted menu getting someone on the line that's not incompetent or rude is indeed a rare thing. Switching oxygen providers to Aerocare was the best thing I did all year.• • •
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