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DIVISIVE INERRANTIST

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  1. I have been on keto since January of this year with a minor hiccup here and there. I have lost just shy of 50 pounds so far. I'm also doing intermittent fasting at the same time with an eight hour window and 16 hours of fasting every day.
  2. Hello Christopher, I can symapthize with what you have been going through, having gone through much the same myself. The Bible says "Whom resist stedfast in the faith, knowing that the same afflictions are accomplished in your brethren that are in the world." (I Peter 5:9 [KJV]) I won't take the time here to share my testimony on this platform as I have put it in video form on my channel, but it is out there. If you have upwards of two hours to spare they are there on youtube under the same name as I use here on this forum.
  3. The older, per-incarceration stuff from Hovind is still in my mind the best out there. I would keep your sibling away from all the new stuff for sure, but the old stuff should be okay. If it comes to an issue of them wanting to see the new stuff then you would have a whole other issue.
  4. Thank you brother for making a "dark mode". My eyes are not what they used to be, that helps a lot.
  5. One of the surest signs we have as a witness of our salvation is the changed life. Then comes the fruits of the spirit, doing The Lords work, etc. The last two I mentioned are not immediate, they can take awhile to manifest. God has to get your life cleaned up first, though I will say some of the fruits can begin to manifest earlier on. If you are walking after the flesh instead of after the spirit that process of sanctification cannot take place and so you will not be meet for His work. I am experiencing this very thing and I can fully say with all assurance that this is so and I bear witness to it. If you walk after the flesh you WILL fulfill the lusts of the flesh. This will make you useless for The Lords work. It will destroy your joy. It will destroy your peace. It will destroy your fellowship with The Lord. As a result of fellowship with The Lord being broken you will begin to doubt your salvation as well. I have gone through all of this and The Lord is bringing me out now on the other side, PRAISE THE LORD, BUT, I had to stop walking after the flesh for this to happen. I was hindering this process by my unwillingness to mortify the flesh. In some instances I even forgot about the changed life and got really fearful in my doubt and then I would eventually remember that I did have the changed life and then I would feel a bit better. To my shame, this process took over four years, over four years of the new life wasted. What could I have done for The Lord in over four years had I been walking after the spirit? You have that witness in you that you are saved, remember it, pick up, walk after the spirit and get busy doing something for The Lord. 🙂
  6. Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. (II Corinthians 5:17 [KJV]) Have you become a new creature in Christ Jesus and your life has changed?
  7. Hello to those of you coming from the old forum, as well as to those of you who are joining us as totally new members. Welcome to the new and improved "King James Video Ministries" forums. We do not have a "rules" page as it were, but let it be known that any behavior unbecoming of a truly saved individual will not be tolerated. The first offense will result in a warning (depending upon the severity of the offense, more serious issues will result in immediate removal from this forum) The second offense will result in removal as well. As we draw ever closer to the resurrection it becomes more and more important to keep ourselves unspotted from such things. As the word says "Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another; "(Romans 12:10 [KJV]). We don't need any arguing, discussion is okay, but if that discussion begins to go south it would be best for the interested parties to step back for awhile to calm down. Remember that we should be "Endeavouring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." (Ephesians 4:3 [KJV]) This forum was set up for the express purpose of allowing the brethren to have a safe place away from the world to come together to learn, exhort, and have general discussions about the faith, and the word. It is my hope that all will pay heed to these things and that everyone conducts themselves as befits a child of God.
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