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I went to a youth weekend camp to day and what i found suprised me,i think it is the reason why christ has not come to colect his people because he can not identify them,i mean look at christians today they do not defer from worldly people.They dress the same clothes they talk the same things they dance and sing they same,and most christian website have almost the same things as the worldly websites it's just that the are put in a bibilical way.Do you think christ can come with this kind of things hapening

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As the times of Noah ... so shall the end times be.

Jesus fulfilled his promise then. I suppose he will fulfill it again.
So, basically, it's all everyone else's fault?

You honestly can't see the difference between Christians and the world? Participating in the culture does not mean that they are slaves to it. Throughout history what Christians have done is take the redeemable parts of the culture and use them to glorify God (e.g. music, clothing, and, now, internet).
Of course he will fufil his prophecy but remember in the times of noah it was only noah and the family they were pecular and at a far range you could identify them.But now it is the vice vesa
not be afraid!good job bro!

isa 58:1

"The greatest want of the world is the want of men,--men who will not be bought or sold; men who in their inmost souls are true and honest; men who do not fear to call sin by its right name; men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole; men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall.--Education, p. 57.
maybe evebody not agree,but I said some days ago,that I have not my own words,cos I am merged in SOP,and I do "plagiarism" from there!
praise LORD!
testemonies vol 5 pg 136:

"Already the judgments of God are abroad in the land, as seen in storms, in floods, in tempests, in earthquakes, in peril by land and by sea. The great I AM is speaking to those who make void His law. When God's wrath is poured out upon the earth, who will then be able to stand? Now is the time for God's people to show themselves true to principle. When the religion of Christ is most held in contempt, when His law is most despised, then should our zeal be the warmest and our courage and firmness the most unflinching. To stand in defence of truth and righteousness when the majority forsake us, to fight the battles of the Lord when champions are few--this will be our test. At this time we must gather warmth from the coldness of others, courage from their cowardice, and loyalty from their treason. The nation will be on the side of the great rebel leader.
Saturday, 23 August 2008 20:54

At the Conference at Battle Creek, May 27, 1856, I was shown in vision some things that concern the church generally. The glory and majesty of God were made to pass before me. Said the angel: "He is terrible in His majesty, yet ye realise it not; terrible in His anger, yet ye offend Him daily. 'Strive to enter in at the strait gate;' 'for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.'" These roads are distinct, separate, in opposite directions. One leads to eternal life, the other to eternal death. I saw the distinction between these roads, also the distinction between the companies travelling them. The roads are opposite; one is broad and smooth, the other narrow and rugged. So the parties that travel them are opposite in character, in life, in dress, and in conversation.
Those who travel in the narrow way are talking of the joy and happiness they will have at the end of the journey. Their countenances are often sad, yet often beam with holy, sacred joy. They do not dress like the company in the broad road, nor talk like them, nor act like them. A pattern has been given them. A man of sorrows and acquainted with grief opened that road for them, and travelled it Himself. His followers see His footsteps, and are comforted and cheered. He went through safely; so can they, if they follow in His footsteps.

In the broad road all are occupied with their persons, their dress, and the pleasures in the way. They indulge freely in hilarity and glee, and think not of their journey's end, of the certain destruction at the end of the path. Every day they approach nearer their destruction; yet they madly rush on faster and faster. Oh, how dreadful this looked to me!

I saw many travelling in this broad road who had the words written upon them: "Dead to the world. The end of all things is at hand. Be ye also ready." They looked just like all the vain ones around them, except a shade of sadness which I noticed upon their countenances. Their conversation was just like that of the gay, thoughtless ones around them; but they would occasionally point with great satisfaction to the letters on their garments, calling for the others to have the same upon theirs. They were in the broad way, yet they professed to be of the number who were travelling the narrow way. Those around them would say: "There is no distinction between us. We are alike; we dress, and talk, and act alike."

be careful!
"Do you think christ can come with this kind of things hapening"

Yep. I'm counting on it. For we sure do need him now. My Lord ... We sure do need Him now.

Lord come quickly. Take us home.
I think it is important to not look to closely at the sins of people. This can be dangerous.

"The love that suffers long and is kind will not magnify an indiscretion into an unpardonable offense, neither will it make capital of others' misdoings. The Scriptures plainly teach that the erring are to be treated with forbearance and consideration. If the right course is followed, the apparently obdurate heart may be won to Christ." CT 267

"The love of Jesus covers a multitude of sins. His grace never leads to the exposing of another's wrongs unless it is a positive necessity. " {CT 267.2}

I think our future is secured in Jesus. We need fear not.
Yes but we should do as scripture says we should do:

"If iniquity be in thine hand, put it far away, and let not wickedness dwell in thy tabernacles." Job 11:14
Yes. But our future is in the hands of Jesus ... not by our own works. :)
1 John 3:1 "Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God: therefore the world knoweth us not, because it knew him not."
from one post above
"The love of Jesus covers a multitude of sins. His grace never leads to the exposing of another's wrongs unless it is a positive necessity. " {CT 267.2}
but god still limited at my wish! he not force me! and I need know from someone what I m missing advise and help!cheapest grace,vulgar from mouth ,and stand missing in the heart,not can work!
today must to be show the truly way ,where you can see darkness!
I am not coming here like judge ,but to share some quote hidden too deep from somebody!

bible ISA 58;1



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