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    • I requested one of those free KJV bibles. This time it went through, unlike the Spanish bibles I ordered and that are still to this day held in customs which impose a ludicrous bureucratic process I'm in no position to satisfy for a number of reasons, much less pay for it.
      But now the mail service wants to make it difficult for me to get the new parcel.

      So, I went to my mail box (in an apartment building), and found the arrival notification, but nobody came to my door for a delivery. And the mail man (probably mail lady), had the nerve to write down that she didn't deliver it because it didn't fit the mailbox... Well, why don't you take it to my door and ring!? Too afraid of the scam-virus, I guess.

      Now I'll have to go to the post office myself and deal with all the mask nonsense. I don't know what to do. Please Lord, see me through this.

      Edited by radorn
    • 2 on jami. I'll go with the flow, because I'm busy I'll most likely try to connect Saturday if anyone else is in. Skype or Jami.

    • The LORD taught me today about renting one's clothes is a cry out to the LORD for HIM to act upon the situation according to the man that rented his clothes. As I always thought it was for various reasons, for instance to communicate to others displeasure.

    • On 12/30/2020 at 4:14 PM, radorn said:

      Well, given my dire situation, unable to pay rent and having nowhere to go, I'm also sorrowful about that. Is that worldly sorrow?

      No that's pity. Worldly sorrow would be you feeling sorry for bad things you've done to the world (whatever is in it), you may have been sorry because it grieves you or because you've felt others pain, even because you've been ousted. But none of that is toward GOD, because you'd have to be sorry for what you've done to HIM for it to be godly sorrow (because you've/we've killed HIM). Making us filthy.

    • It's a little deeper then that. Remember Abraham had his own righteousness through the faith he had in the LORD, no one teaching him, not one example; hence blind faith of a pure heart. Remember the old testament, was by faith and your works. That's why you read accounted to him.

      Galatians 3: 6Even as Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness. 7Know ye therefore that they which are of faith, the same are the children of Abraham. 8And the scripture, foreseeing that God would justify the heathen through faith, preached before the gospel unto Abraham, saying, In thee shall all nations be blessed. 9So then they which be of faith are blessed with faithful Abraham.

      So then this isn't a subtle difference in meaning. In your heart you are broken (contrite), because you know you're going to hell. And because of this you've had godly sorrow to repent, amd all this has brought you to believe in something you can't see but hope for (faith in CHRIST), and it's called baptism. It's righteousness because as Abraham you believed blindly with a pure heart what is right the gospel vs the law as in the past. See  reference verses 3 and 4 of the same changer 10.

      And to give you more of a wonder to think of, the first paradise was called Abrahams bosom for this reason. 

      Your question is an awesome one because it has so much in it, you could right a book on it alone.

      Hope this helps, praise our FATHER: JESUS CHRIST the ALMIGHTY!

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    1. I've been busy working on the test server, preparing to update kingjamesvideoministries.org to the latest version of Invision Community. Quite a bit has changed with this release (Release Notes) and the theming system as well. So I went ahead and rewrote all the CSS we were using and have been working out a few kinks before I do the upgrade. Hopefully, sometime within the next week, I should have everything done.

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