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Annette McEndarfer left a comment on GRIEF
"Terry, I enjoy my own company and sure understand being comfortable on your own but consider what you said at the end.... deep set feeling of inferiority, that is NOT from the Lord and one of the benefits of avoiding isolation is the encouragement in truth that you could receive."
1 hour ago
Amanda Shannon commented on Amanda Shannon's blog post Hurting With Words
"Jesus was mocked, scorned, hurt with words and endured this kind of pain. I pray that I become only an encouragement to others. "
2 hours ago
Amanda Shannon commented on Amanda Shannon's blog post Hurting With Words
"Yes. Only in surrendering each moment to God’s will can we overcome causing this kind of pain. "
2 hours ago
Loreda Libby posted photos
2 hours ago
I ran across this but have no idea of the author. I felt it worthy of sharing. At my lowest: GOD is my Hope, At my darkest: GOD is my Light, At my weakest: GOD is my Strength, At my saddest: GOD is my Comforter.
GOD IS MY EVERYTHING!!
Terry Stonebarger left a comment on GRIEF
"Annette, isolation is one thing, believe it or not, I do have a problem with. I get so bad with it I even isolate from my husband or anyone else who happens to be around. But, I don't think it is totally due to my grief because I have been this way since I was in my teens. I'm just more often than not more comfortable on my own. My middle name must surely be "Alone". LOL My attempt a humor there sorry. My isolationist feelings though come a lot from a deep set feeling of inferiority, not grief. Or so I believe at this time in my life."
3 hours ago
Terry Stonebarger left a comment on GRIEF
"I found some papers that I had copied off of facebook a year after my mom passed and this one I particularly wanted to share. It is from a man named Tom Zuba, grief guide, author and speaker. He says, "There are no quick fixes to grief, No easy answers. Every expression of grief that wants to be felt and honored and given its space, must be allowed...in order to heal.""
3 hours ago
Loreda Libby posted a photo
3 hours ago
Robert Hall replied to Robert Hall's discussion Ascended Affection
"Hi and thank you for your instructional reply! Concerning “sanctification,” I’ve never seen it used in Scripture in the sense of something progressing and I understand it to be similar to holiness, righteousness, justification, etc. which do not admit in degrees or change, like the change in the strength of our faith, which is ever increasing through trialing exercises.
What we see is changes in the “walk” (lifestyle), which more all the time shows what we possess. It’s been wisely said that “Christians are always becoming more in their walk of what they already are in the Lord Jesus,” and I see our position in Christ as a fully completed work of unchangeable redemption, which includes all the above godly attributes of Christ, imparted to the believer at rebirth.
I would say living in what the Cross provides (repentance, etc.) is necessarily returning to its application but rather always walking in applying of it. The Cross prepares for what the resurrection provides, so we can go on…"
6 hours ago
Annette McEndarfer commented on Amanda Shannon's blog post Hurting With Words
"Good reminder to all of us. James 3 speaks about the power of the tongue. "
6 hours ago
Pastor Rolf Anderson commented on Amanda Shannon's blog post Hurting With Words
"Words, and the pain of words that hurt, are very strong. Over and over in Scripture it admonishes us to "tame our tongues". We all have times where we wish we could call back or redo something we blurted out carelessly. Tame your tongue for Jesus!"
7 hours ago
Good Spear and Pastor Rolf Anderson are now friends
7 hours ago
Yvonne Sorviel Siilo, prabhu edwin, Good Spear and 2 more joined Join the #1 Christian Social Network - ChristiansLikeMe.net
7 hours ago
A message from Dr. Derek Blake (please continue praying for him!).

"It is great sadness, that I share this news. I was admitted to hospital last Monday, because of extreme difficulty breathing. They did a bank of tests and on Wednesday the specialist came to us to tell us that the the Lymphoma had returned and it was in a more advanced form. I have no prognosis as to how long I have, but I already I have difficulty thinking and typing, I am struggling to type this. walking, so we are both on oxygn now. So I woll not be around much on the dys/weeks to come, although I will try.

If you would't mind, can you share this news with all of my brothrts and sisters"
  • Amanda Shannon Please know that I care, Dr. Blake. Your faith is so strong. You are such a bright light here. You are loved!
    2 hours ago
prabhu edwin updated their profile
8 hours ago
Mary Osborn left a comment on Prayer Requests
"God, please bless CLM. I ask for new members and revival. That new members can receive Your Word and accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior. I ask that people's hearts are won for You. In Jesus Christ's name, Amen."
13 hours ago
Mary Osborn posted a blog post
This is from Worthy News Brief 3/25/19. Don't Dilute the Word!2 Peter 2:8-9  (For that righteous man dwelling among them, in seeing and hearing, vexed his righteous soul from day to day with their unlawful deeds;)  The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptations, and to reserve the unjust unto the day of judgment to be punished: When Yeshua (Jesus) was attacked by Satan during His temptation in the wilderness, He countered every attack with the Word of God.  But notice in Satan’s second attack – the enemy himself quoted the Scriptures, saying, “If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down, for it is written, 'He shall give his angels charge over thee, and in their hands they shall bear thee up, lest at any time thou dash thy foot against a stone.'” (Matthew 4:6 was a quote from Psalm 91:11, but the phrase, “to keep thee in all thy ways” was absent from Satan's quote).If we learn anything from this, we will realize that Satan has knowledge and some understanding of Script…
13 hours ago
Annette McEndarfer left a comment on Prayer Requests
"Praying that each of you would be strong and courageous that your faith would be strong and your hope sure."
16 hours ago
Tess Linton replied to Amanda Shannon's discussion How should the church treat beggars and begging?
"What's the one place we are all supposed to be able to go without fear of judgment when we need help? A church! If someone comes asking for food I'm going to feed them, it's not even a thought not to. As for what the church should go - feed them, both physically and spiritually. My church runs a food bank, all are welcome in times of need. They get referrals from social services, police, schools, etc. They give out hundreds of food parcels, preventing people from having to beg in the first place - and I livein a supposedly affluent area! As someone else said, in Matthew 25:40 it says "And the King will say, 'I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it to me!'. "
19 hours ago
Tess Linton and Terry Stonebarger are now friends
20 hours ago
Vern Wall replied to Zomok, steve's discussion How did Satan appear in Eden?
"Science is anything that can be measured. Spirit is anything that can not be measured. Satan is a spirit, so he does not appear. He can inspire people, and that is one meaning of "light". In English we call that "aha," or "eureka", but it has nothing to do with any appearance.
We are tipped off to a figure of speech because it is impossible for a snake to speak. Calling Satan a serpent is the figure hypocatastasis. This is described in my post here: 
https://christianslikeme.net/forum/topics/figures-of-speech-in-the-..."
21 hours ago
Mary Osborn left a comment on Prayer Requests
"God, Shari is not feeling well. She is having trouble with a medication. It's making her sick. I ask for her continued healing that the bone continues to grow back. Please calm her stomach. Please keep her in Your perfect peace. In Jesus Christ's name, Amen."
23 hours ago
Terry Stonebarger left a comment on Prayer Requests
"LORD above, please take care of Helen for Mary. Please make the rains stop and the rivers recede and the earth hit her norm and be ready for planting no later than next May. In YOUR Good Time though LORD but keep every one safe from harm. This be my prayer LORD, in JESUS' High and Holy Name......AMEN"
yesterday
Amanda Shannon posted a blog post
All of us are guilty at times of hurting people with our words and there are many ways of doing it -- slander, deceit, lies, gossip, boasting, murmuring, beguilement, flattery, exaggeration, and contention. I readily admit and know that my own heart needs working on daily.In my view, whatever is stored in our hearts is what comes out of our mouths. That truth, in my view, is why Holy Spirit says through the human author of Psalm 119:11, “I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against you” (ESV).Additionally, Jesus says in Matthew 15:18, “But what comes out of the mouth proceeds from the heart, and this defiles a person” (ESV). It’s good to hide His word in our hearts, that we might not sin against Him or against others.I've felt the weight of the negative words of others many times but know I’m not guiltless, either. I’m thankful for His mercy.
yesterday
Annalyn Cruz posted a video
God. People have been trying to describe Him paint Him and define Him from the very beginning but who is He? Can all the different concepts of God be right? ...
yesterday
Mary Osborn left a comment on Prayer Requests
"God, please bless Helen and keep her safe. She said it's raining again. The water has breached a levee and several roads and bridges have been washed out. God, please dry out the water so that help can get through. In Jesus Christ's name, Amen."
yesterday
Laporsha Walker is now friends with Noah Walsh and Pastor Rolf Anderson
yesterday
Welcome to ALL of our newcomers! You have come in and jumped righjt into the fray with fresh questions and ideas.
Connie Owen, Christine N, Jason Roberts and 1 more joined Join the #1 Christian Social Network - ChristiansLikeMe.net
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linda f favorite commented on linda f favorite's blog post Is Pope Francis leading the Catholic church to the wrong direction?
"Sadly, many folks have turned to that one 'religion' of self-worship and materialism, As far as Christians and Muslims working together, that would be nice if it's for peace. Sad to say, it being unlikely because their beliefs conflict with ours. "
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“‘And in the last days it shall be, God declares, that I will pour out my Spirit on all flesh, and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams;                              

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