https://thebountifulpen.wordpress.com/2019/05/08/the-versatile-blogger-award/

Thank you,The Scribbler!

Rules

  1. Thank the person who gave you the award.
  2. Include a link to their blog.
  3. Select 7 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly.
  4. Nominate those bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award.
  5. Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.

7 Facts:

  1. Zodiac: Pisces.
  2. Born in the year of the Goat.
  3. Last gotten sick in September 2016
  4. Manipulates people easily.
  5. Loves eating raw garlic cloves.
  6. Sushi and…
  7. Steak I like.

People I nominate:

  1. https://quintin.home.blog/
  2. https://www.farmgirladventures.com/
  3. https://iamblessed1234.wordpress.com/
  4. https://xlightningtailx.wordpress.com/
  5. https://andromedacom.home.blog/
  6. https://elizabethshomeschoolingblog.wordpress.com/
  7. https://makelikeaturtleandfly.wordpress.com/
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188 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award

  1. Cliff Kid, is going to kill you for nominating him again!
    No, wonder you don’t get sick. Eating raw garlic is a natural antibiotic.

    ~Roselynn

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    1. I’ll do it but there’s something you should know, it probably going to be a month before I get them done. There’s no hard feelings, YET!!!

      ~Cliff boy

      PS. Roslyn you just called me Cliff kid.

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      1. I DID 0_0!
        Sorry, everyone keeps calling you that, so it just automatically popped in my mind! My mind is slipping today. Please forgive my slip up! (XD)

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      1. Oh, you poor thing! You are really sick, but because of those vaccines they are preventing your body from telling you that you’re sick.

        P.S. Right away Captain!

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        1. ? Debating with someone who does not know how the immune system works about vaccines and getting sick is pointless. So… I’ll just do this:

          *mumbles*

          p.s. still mumbling!

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          1. I don’t understand the immune system? I thought it was you who didn’t? You’re right this would be a pointless debate.

            P.S. Walking away shaking my head and letting out a loooooooooooooooong *sigh*.

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                  1. I agree with that statement, so why don’t you admit that you don’t understand the immune system?
                    (Lol)

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                    1. Hey, I do understand. System is a close friend of mine, he shares all of his problems with me. We talk, laugh, and suffer together. We are BFFs!

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                    2. Well, I’ll be I do the same things with my best Friends. We talk about all our problems, and I help them and they help me, xD.

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                    3. No no. You and System has a different relationship. You guys are like rivaling siblings. You both live together but never really understand each other. So sorry 😦

                      P.s. you only have one Immune System, why did you call it “them”. Hmm…

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                    4. Lol, my friends as in real people NOT the ONE and only Immune system.

                      P.S. This is Ridiculous, xD.

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                    5. What?!

                      We were talking about the immune system. I was talking about the immune system. You were talking about the immune system. And you say talking about your friends is not out of context. Wow.

                      Here is your lollipop! xD

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                    6. I was SERIOUSLY talking about my friends! Not the immune system, honestly.

                      P.S. I don’t like Lollipops.

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                  1. It never says not to sue, but by looking at the verses in the bible you can see that it wouldn’t be a brotherly act to do.
                    There are several other places but here is just a few 1 Corinthians 7:1-8
                    Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law before the unjust, and not before the saints?

                    2 Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? and if the world shall be judged by you, are ye unworthy to judge the smallest matters?

                    3 Know ye not that we shall judge angels? how much more things that pertain to this life?

                    4 If then ye have judgments of things pertaining to this life, set them to judge who are least esteemed in the church.

                    5 I speak to your shame. Is it so, that there is not a wise man among you? no, not one that shall be able to judge between his brethren?

                    6 But brother goeth to law with brother, and that before the unbelievers.

                    7 Now therefore there is utterly a fault among you, because ye go to law one with another. Why do ye not rather take wrong? why do ye not rather suffer yourselves to be defrauded?

                    8 Nay, ye do wrong, and defraud, and that your brethren.

                    ~Roselynn

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                    1. Matthew 5: 40-44
                      And if any man will sue thee at the law, and take away thy coat, let him have thy cloke also.

                      41 And whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile, go with him twain.

                      42 Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away.

                      43 Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy.

                      44 But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;

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                    2. Um, I would say no. We are supposed to be kind to Our enemies. Now if it’s God’s enemies that’s something different. I’m not sure if we can sue God’s enemies. I don’t know a verse in the bible that says we can’t, but like I said I don’t know.

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                    3. “Where does it say we are not suppose to be kind to God’s enemies? Who are God’s enemies anyway?”

                      You only answered the second question. Please answer both.

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                    4. Okay where in Romans 1 does it say it? verse?

                      Aren’t all people reprobates? The Bible says so. So what is keeping us from not sueing God’s enemies (all of humanity)?

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                    5. Romans 3:9-20

                      All People Are Sinners
                      9 Well then, should we conclude that we Jews are better than others? No, not at all, for we have already shown that all people, whether Jews or Gentiles,[a] are under the power of sin. 10 As the Scriptures say,
                      “No one is righteous—
                      not even one.
                      11
                      No one is truly wise;
                      no one is seeking God.
                      12
                      All have turned away;
                      all have become useless.
                      No one does good,
                      not a single one.”[b]
                      13
                      “Their talk is foul, like the stench from an open grave.
                      Their tongues are filled with lies.”
                      “Snake venom drips from their lips.”[c]
                      14
                      “Their mouths are full of cursing and bitterness.”[d]
                      15
                      “They rush to commit murder.
                      16
                      Destruction and misery always follow them.
                      17
                      They don’t know where to find peace.”[e]
                      18
                      “They have no fear of God at all.”[f]
                      19 Obviously, the law applies to those to whom it was given, for its purpose is to keep people from having excuses, and to show that the entire world is guilty before God. 20 For no one can ever be made right with God by doing what the law commands. The law simply shows us how sinful we are.

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                    6. You show me that verse and I’ll show you mine, but please don’t say that I am saying to treat everyone badly because I’m not.

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                    7. Romans 5:10 10For if, while we were God’s enemies, we were reconciled to him through the death of his Son, how much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved through his life!

                      God is holy, that means he hates sin and people who sin. That is why God created hell, to destroy sinners who he is enemies to.

                      Your turn.

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                    8. Oopps, let me rephrase that. Not all sinners are reprobates. We should try to treat everyone kindly. I never said not to.

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                    9. I nkow you didn’t. That is why it was a question. Cause from the facts and reasons you have given to me, that is a logical possibility.

                      Try? I taught it was a command? We must!

                      What is a reprobate? and we are talking about enemies of God, including reprobates and sinners.

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                    10. Here is my verses.
                      Romans 1: 18-25, 28
                      For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;

                      19 Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.

                      20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

                      21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

                      22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

                      23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.

                      24 Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves:

                      Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.

                      And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient;

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                    11. Reprobates are sinners, but they are people who have rejected the word of God, and so God rejected them. Normal everyday sinners that make up most of the world haven’t rejected Christ.

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                    12. Says who? That is not Biblical.

                      Here is the thing, sinners, the Bible says, are against and enemies to God. Reprobate or not, their still sinners and are against God.

                      Agree?

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                    13. I don’t agree with you on that every sinner is a Reprobate.
                      With the verse in Romans, I’ll have to think about it. I’ll get back to you 😉

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                    14. Okay okay, but that is beside the point, here is the thing we were talking about in the beginning, who is considered an enemy of God?

                      So, I will ask again who is, biblically, considered an enemy of God? The Bible says that sinners are enemies to God, right?

                      If you answer yes, then we can move on to being kind to enemies and stuff.

                      But if you answer No, sinners are not enemies to God. I would like you to prove it by disagreeing with the old testament prophets and the Apostles and Jesus himself.

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                    15. Okay, it’ll be hard going against the prophets, the Apostles, and Jesus himself. Just sayin.

                      But if you want to find a way around them, good luck. xD

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                    16. Lol, no I wasn’t thinking of a way around them. Just sometimes we can interpret the scriptures wrong. Have you ever thought of that possibility?

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                    17. Yes I have. But it’s hard to say sinners are not enemies of God. You know knowing that hell exist just for these allies of God. Just sounds off and also goes against the prohpets, apostle, and Jesus himself.

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                    18. I said I agree. The people who aren’t saved are God’s enemies, but he still loved them enough to die for them.

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                    19. Sorry my mistake. Ok, then yes they are God’s enemies like we once were.

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                    20. So you say, the bible says, that we need to be kind and love our enemies, right?

                      So obviously suing is not loving xD insted of suing we should forgive them even if they hurted us enough to have the right to sue them.

                      Agree?

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                    21. So we are commanded to also forgive God’s enemies who now are also ours, right?

                      Like how Jesus forgave the people nailing him on the cross and mocking him from below.

                      Agree?

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                    22. Oh yes! What for? I can’t be use for doing harm. Why? Because peter later in the story chops of an ear from a servant who was sent to capture Jesus. You know what Jesus said about the incident? You wanna know. It will shock you. And make you have no reason for breaking God’s commandments. Wanna know what he said?

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                    23. I know exactly what he said.
                      John 18:11
                      Then said Jesus unto Peter, Put up thy sword into the sheath: the cup which my Father hath given me, shall I not drink it?
                      Jesus, was telling Peter that he has to do the will of the Father, and that Peter must not interfere.

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                    24. Is that all that he said? Hmm…

                      Cmon dont take scripture out of context to fit it to what you want it ti say. C’mon what did he say about the sword. Cmon you can do it xD

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                    25. Here is where Christ said to buy a sword:
                      Luke 22: 36, 38
                      Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.
                      And they said, Lord, behold, here are two swords. And he said unto them, It is enough.

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                    26. So this was in the garden of getsamane? Hmm i don’t remeber thus one. Oh wait it isn’t xD Cmon Rose you can do it.

                      But anyway I see your not going to do anytime soon, so it’s good you gave this so I can tell you right here and now what he said.

                      He basically said anyone who lives by the sword will die by the sword. That’s what he said.

                      And why did he tell them to buy swords but not use them for violence I do not know. He knows. But they were surely not for violence, EXCEPT Jesus tottaly contradicts himslelf. Yeah that not happenin!

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                    27. When he said if you live by the sword you will die by it. He didn’t say it was wrong to use it for self-defense. Let me guess you don’t own a gun or believe we should have them do you?
                      In Deuteronomy 23:13
                      And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee:

                      God’s telling them to put a paddle by their weapon. They carried weapons and God never said to take away their weapons he said to ADD TO IT!

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                    28. “When he said if you live by the sword you will die by it. He didn’t say it was wrong to use it for self-defense.”

                      Yeah, he only said that it is wrong to cut a servants ear who was trying to catch the whole group. Wait that sounds like self defense! And plus, he said in his sermon that you should love those who persecute and are unkind to you. Tell me how killing someone trying to kill you is showing love and kindness to them.

                      “Let me guess you don’t own a gun or believe we should have them do you?”

                      This is just unrelevant and add nothing to the debate. I am 16 it us illegal to own a gun in 16 years of age. But my elder members to the family own guns.

                      “In Deuteronomy 23:13
                      And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee:
                      God’s telling them to put a paddle by their weapon. They carried weapons and God never said to take away their weapons he said to ADD TO IT!”

                      First of all, this is a commandment given to the israelites who were also commanded not to eat bacon, which is allowed for the Christian, and allowed to have divorces, which is not allowed for the Christian.

                      I am saying that God commanded the israelites to do something is not meant fir you, IT’S MEANT FOR THE ISRAELITES!

                      For us we follow Christ teachings, LIKE LOVING your enemies and BEING KIND to those who persecute you and do bad things to you.

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                    29. Also with that logic basically you saying that when Jesus said bless thise who persecute you is absurd and has no meaning.

                      Cause you say you can be unloving to your persecutor IF your PERSECUTOR persecutes you. XD

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                    30. Ok, what if you are being attacked (I’m not meaning being persecuted for Christ’s sake) are you going to just let them do that or are you going to fight back?
                      Ecc 3:1-3
                      To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

                      2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

                      3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

                      There is a time for everything. Why would Jesus tell you to buy a sword just to never use it?

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                    31. Wait before I answer you. What did he say to Peter concerning the usage of the sword? Yes I believe you have forgoton I asked. Cmon you got this xD

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                    32. He said to put it into his sheath.
                      I feel for some reason like a child being encouraged by another child to use my brain, Lol.

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                    33. No, it’s a fact. You might take it as one. But don’t, please.

                      P.S. You did try to insult me by saying I was a kid, which is true, but still I could’ve taken it as one.

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                    34. About what if you were being attacked or let’s say your family, would you defend them or just let the attackers attack them?

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                    35. Wow. I did not see that one.

                      What does this question have to do with God’s commandment to be loving to those who persecute you? If I did decide to attack the attackers it does not change the fact that God commanded not to. What I do does not change what God commanded. Sometimes being obedient to God is costly and hard.

                      For the personal answer that does not have anything to do or change God’s commandment, I don’t know what i will do.

                      I might obey God and put my life and my family’s life in God’s hand and trust.

                      Or I might just go killing people who I know from what they were going to do to me and my familywill go to hell if I killed the right there and then. Which goes against plan to save as much people and reconcile with them in heaven.

                      As for now I will follow what evey early christian in through the years of persecution have done: put their lives in God’s hand and trust he’s will is the best. If that means I would die, so be it, I would be in heaven HEAVEN! and if he delivers me from death, I’ll thank him.

                      I have a question, what is so bad from dying by being murdered, when you now you’ll go to heaven? Do you doubt ypur salvation? Or do you love this world more than heaven?

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                    36. Wow, that is long reply!
                      So even if an intruder comes into your house, you’re not going to stand up to him and protect your family?
                      I mean I see where you are coming from, but I think God would be ok with you protecting your family.
                      Exodus 22:2
                      If a thief be found breaking up, and be smitten that he die, there shall no blood be shed for him.
                      I’m not saying to go around killing people because God said not to. I think it’s ok, though, to use a gun or a sword in self-defense. I would try my best not to use them, and just hurt the intruder to prevent him from hurting my family, but sometimes you can’t do that.
                      Do you see what I mean?

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                    37. Again your using a command for the israelites.

                      By killing in self defense your doing a. Knowingly sending someone to hell b. Putting matters in your hand instead of God’s c. You are assuming God’s plan for you and your family that you do not know, only he knows. Come to thinking about it, it’s blasphemous.

                      After you respond to the above, answer thus: Is sending someone to hell by killing them loving?

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                    38. No, it’s not and I wouldn’t ever want to do that.
                      I just wouldn’t got too far to say that it’s wrong to defend yourself.

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                    39. It is if you had to kill someone who is now in hell suffering eternal punishment and fire and saying you are a christian who loves those who persecute you!

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                    40. I mean I see what your saying, but I still wouldn’t go so far to say NEVER defend yourself.
                      Your trying to point to Christians being persecuted for Christ’s sake. That has nothing to do with self-defense. I would die for Christ!
                      I’m saying to defend yourselves against robbers, thieves, ect.
                      Those verses in the old testament can be still used for us. The whole BIBLE is for us! Why are you saying other wise?
                      You even said you don’t know why Jesus told us to go out and buy a sword. Well, obviously he wants us to protect ourselves.

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                    41. “I mean I see what your saying, but I still wouldn’t go so far to say NEVER defend yourself.
                      Your trying to point to Christians being persecuted for Christ’s sake. That has nothing to do with self-defense. I would die for Christ!
                      I’m saying to defend yourselves against robbers, thieves, ect.”

                      I agree in self defense as long as you don’t kill in the process.

                      “Those verses in the old testament can be still used for us. The whole BIBLE is for us! Why are you saying other wise?”

                      I agree that the whole Bible is for us. But it contains commandments that are not for us but for the israelites, like not eating pork.

                      “You even said you don’t know why Jesus told us to go out and buy a sword. Well, obviously he wants us to protect ourselves.”

                      Where did he say that? Hmm?

                      I might not know why he told his disciples that. But I do kniw he said to love your enemies and those who take advantage of you and treat you badly. And killing people who are trying to rob you or hurt you is not loving. Tell me how it is?

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                    42. Alright, I see your point, but I’m not sure If I agree with you 100%. I agree with about 90%.
                      Are we done debating about this? (XD) Maybe?

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                    43. You don’t love your family if you don’t defend them.
                      I do too love my enemy.
                      God never says it’s wrong to defend yourself. Never! Show me a verse where he says not too.
                      And number two, yes, love your enemies, and I do. But that doesn’t mean I can’t defend myself.

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                    44. First, he does not say to defend yourselves either, he only says if you are treated wrong love those who do it to you.

                      God said when you become a Christian you must put God before your wife, mother, father, kids, and self. God commanded to love your enemies if that means giving up your family, you must obey God. It’s hard, that is why being a Christian is no joke. People, mostly families, hate you for similar reasons as this. Obeying God even if it goes against the wants of your family. People get killed by their families in Pakistan because being a Christian brings your family shame.

                      Finally, tell me how is it love to send someone to hell, ETERNAL MISERY! Defend yourself – sure, but senfing them to hell over your safety is not love, it’s evil.

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                    45. First: God in way does too say to defend yourself
                      Two: I don’t think it’s Loving to let your family DIE when you could have saved them.
                      Three: The person who killed you is not going to get saved. Why? Because your dead, and now since you are dead who is going to witness to people to get them saved? Answer me that. How is you dying going to help people get saved?

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                    46. That first one is just awful, you said in a way he says so, but in literal words, he says to love those who hurt you and repay evil with good.

                      Two: I already gave you the reason, God above family, career, money, self, ANYTHING! Other than him is called idolatry.

                      “Three: The person who killed you is not going to get saved. Why? Because your dead, and now since you are dead who is going to witness to people to get them saved? Answer me that. How is you dying going to help people get saved?”

                      This is just sad. Are you the only Christian in the world! Do you know the plan God will use? How is dying help with that person being saved? When you show Christ in your final moments and die humble and meek as Christ did, you think that will not at least tell the person you loved them so much that you gave your life so easily, LIKE CHRIST DID FOR US! There are many stories like this, the story behind the song “I will follow Jesus” is one. The story about the missionaries that got killed, SPEARED AND HACKED WITH MACHETES TO DEATH, even when they had firearms with them. You know what happened to the murderers after that. They became Christians! Why? They said because the missionaries did not fight back and died saying they loved them and God also did.

                      And even if you died and nothing changed in the person. Who cares? at least you obeyed your God and died as an enemy loving Christian!

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                    47. First: Yes, God said to love your enemy but he also said to defend yourself what is wrong with that?
                      Second: I’m not talking about dying for Christ!
                      Third: I think God would be totally ok with defending yourself. You still haven’t given me a verse that shows me other wise. Yes, love your enemies, BUT I don’t think it’s wrong to defend yourself.
                      Does defending myself all of a sudden mean I don’t love people? I go soul-winning every week trying to get people saved, so how can you possibly say I don’t love people?

                      P.S. I don’t want to kill in self-defense and will do all that I can not too.
                      P.S. I have to go now. You have a good night!

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                    48. “First: Yes, God said to love your enemy but he also said to defend yourself what is wrong with that?”

                      He did not say that. But just because he did not say it does not make it wrong. What is wrong is doing something he said not to do, like not loving your enemies.

                      “Second: I’m not talking about dying for Christ!”

                      I know. What I am saying is a Christian is not like the non Christian. They live, and die differently. They are Christ-minded.

                      “Third: I think God would be totally ok with defending yourself. You still haven’t given me a verse that shows me other wise.”

                      I self defense is okay, but breaking a commandment to do so is wrong.

                      “Yes, love your enemies, BUT I don’t think it’s wrong to defend yourself.”

                      Again there is nothing wrong in defending yourself, but breaking a commandment in the process is wrong.

                      “Does defending myself all of a sudden mean I don’t love people? I go soul-winning every week trying to get people saved, so how can you possibly say I don’t love people?”

                      Never said defending is wrong, just said breaking God’s commandment is wrong. I said if you send someone to hell by killing them that is not love, and doing it because of your safety is evil why? because you are already safe! You have salvation! While your attacker does not.

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                    49. Just because other Christians didn’t defend themselves doesn’t mean it’s wrong for us to.
                      Jesus didn’t defend himself because he loved us and wanted to take our punishment for us, so we wouldn’t have to go to hell.

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                    50. “Just because other Christians didn’t defend themselves doesn’t mean it’s wrong for us to.”

                      Agree.

                      “Jesus didn’t defend himself because he loved us and wanted to take our punishment for us, so we wouldn’t have to go to hell.”

                      Yes, exactly! We give ourselves up and not kill so they have can have a chance of repenting and finding Christ. How can they do so if they are dead and in hell?

                      Again, what are we trying to defend?

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                    51. Iman, I’m sorry If I said anything rude or mean. Please forgive if I did.
                      I do hope you have a good night! 🙂

                      ~Roselynn

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                    52. Right now I am watching an awesome lightning storm. I mean the length of the lightning bolts are huge!

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                    53. I just don’t believe it’s right not to defend yourself. I mean God gave us weapons for a reason.

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                    54. First, defending yourself is okay, but taking a life for your safety is not right.

                      Second, what are you trying to defend?

                      Finally, God did not give us weapons, sin did. God made a perfect world, weapons not needed. But then sin came and murder and war, people made weapons.

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                    55. I’ll wrestle them or get them hurt but not kill them.

                      It’s interesting how the early church would not even HURT their attackers.

                      I mean that would take a lot of courage and faith and love, knowing how they would be tortured and executed.

                      I mean some of them did not even bothered to run away. Some even asked their attackers to come in their house for food and rest before executing them. Nerves of steel!

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                    56. Of course. We don’t want to kill them – just try to prevent them from hurting our family.
                      The reason we got into this discussion is because you asked if there is ever a time where we have to hurt our enemies?

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                    57. And you said yes, if they came attacking you and your family. Which is nit supported by the Bible. Besides, it does not reflect on how a Christian should be. We should be humble and meek as lambs to the slaughter. Giving the other cheek for another blow.

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                    58. Lambs to slaughter that is for when we are persecuted for Christ’s sake.
                      Turn the other cheek is figurative. Read the rest of the chapter.
                      Matthew 5: 39-42
                      but I say unto you, That ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also.

                      40 And if any man will sue thee at the law, and take away thy coat, let him have thy cloke also.

                      41 And whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile, go with him twain.

                      42 Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away.

                      I guess what I want to know is why did Christ tell us to buy a sword if we will never use it?

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                    59. “Lambs to slaughter that is for when we are persecuted for Christ’s sake.”

                      So you are a non christian if you get persecuted for something not related to your religion, but become a chriatian just if you are persecuted for christ. Hmm? I don’t remember him saying Love those who persecute you for my sake only! He did not give a specific reason why you were persecuted. But he did promise that you will be persecuted for his sake.

                      “Turn the other cheek is figurative. Read the rest of the chapter.”

                      Yes i know. But what it was representing is that instead of fighting back you give all of you for the blow. You can see this because the rest says like if someone sues you give him your coat too and etc.

                      “I guess what I want to know is why did Christ tell us to buy a sword if we will never use it?”

                      Many Christians through the ages said that it was a symbol of the spirit. How you must sell everything and buy it is like how you must give up this world and receive the spirit.

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                    60. Alright the top one I’ll have to agree with. I put that wrong, my fault.
                      I have never heard of the bottom one, but I know my Pastor would never agree to that, Lol.

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                    61. Yes, that’s probably because Christianity in America has been mixed up with the American values. I am not saying he is not a Christian, but I am saying that he is going against God’s children through the years, great men who died burning, and entrails ripped of them before their eyes. And Americans now have hot baths, homes, beds and say killing is alright in defense just is disgustingly embarassing.

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                    62. Yes, they are. I thought you were meaning like if you had a grudge against someone and you wanted to sue them. They aren’t God’s enemy, but they’re yours. Does that make sense?

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  2. YOU HAVE NOT GOTTEN SICK SINCE 2016!!! Lucky…..
    vaccinated 22 times? that is a LoT.
    You LIKE eating raw garlic cloves???? I only eat it when I’m sick and I HAVE to and even then it is in a honey paste thing (#havingproblemswithwords…) XD

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