The article at the link below my own commentary here, demonstrates just how fast the door is closing in America on freedom to give out the Gospel and live out our faith. It is from Lighthouse Trails, a ministry started in 2001 by David and Deborah Dombrowski as a response to learning that a mystical-type spirituality […]
…also known as “The Virtuous Woman.”
A humorous, but unique and thoughtful look at the Proverbs 31 Woman. It’s never too late to become one.
After I was born-again from above, I was approached by a Catholic woman who had heard about my conversion. Actually, I don’t call it a conversion. I am Jewish, and when the Lord saved me, I became a completed Jew. Anyway, to this Catholic woman–I was a convert.
The mission of the woman was to help me see the light–in other words; she wanted me to become a Catholic. We went round and round, mostly about “Mary.” It became so obvious that this woman was worshiping Mary!
She called Mary Queen of Heaven, Mother of God, Blessed Mother, Immaculate Mary and Virgin Mary. Everything the woman was saying to me came straight from the Roman Catholic Church. Everything that I said to her came from the Bible. She did not feel that the Bible was a good source of information about Mary or Jesus. I was STUNNED!
I used Scripture…
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“I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, [and] giving of thanks, be made for all men”
“Have I any pleasure at all that the wicked should die? saith the Lord GOD: and not that he should return from his ways, and live?”
Believers are to pray for the lost.
It makes no matter how wicked.
It makes no difference how rotten.
It matters not how unpleasant the lost may be, believers are to pray for the salvation of those who are deceived.
IF the believer does not pray for the lost, just exactly WHO will? Yes, the at least some of the lost do pray–and some of those who pray do pray for others who are lost.
BUT God hears the prayers of the believer.
Believers are not only…
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