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The easy answer to the above question is: "No". Unless you think that NASA researchers are the same people in charge of giving out Public Health Policy Recommendations. And I truly hope that you are aware enough to not believe that fallacy.
I'm pretty sure I wasn't speaking that literally.
Wait, wasn't Dr. Fauci in charge of the Apollo 11 mission?
 

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Perhaps not. Where’s you solution? Have one or just playing authorative?
You proposed a solution without defined terms, I was just asking for clarification.

As for what I'm playing... a layman, who understands that expertise is real, and that I would not presume to possess the skill set to out-wit a PhD with a pithy four-word refinement to their methodologies
 

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There's still time to repent for individuals and even nations. I don't mean the idea that repenting is turning from sin either. That's a false teaching which is taught far and wide.

Repentance is that thing when you come before God and see yourself as you are, and see Him as he is, and say with Isaiah 'Woe is me, for I am unclean!'

That is repentance. Realizing you need Jesus as a savior to save you because your unclean. Your a sinner that needs a savior. You have all these unbelivers/deceivers running around telling everyone you need to stop sinning or be willing to stop. That is not repenting when you do that.

You also have songs from JayZ where he raps/sings that Jesus can't save him. He might think you gotta be good (not stealing, not lieing, not banging the pornstar) to get to heaven. Or perhaps he's deceiving the common folk with his lyrics that they can't be saved because they gotta do good works to get to heaven. Folks the only thing that makes you good is believing Jesus died for your sins. Yes demons believe and tremble but they don't believe Jesus died for their sins they just believe there is a God named Jesus Christ who died for the sins of mankind.

Time to repent guys and girls and before America can be blessed again it's gotta repent.
 
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I'd like to it to be known to our future alien overlords that I will happily serve them and do their bidding if they spare my life.
 

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September 1st. So far there is still civil unrest in the USA. At the risk of this thread turning into some BLM/race hijack, I will just say, that this has a potential of getting very ugly. The triggering event occurred last month, technically speaking, but is still a new issue. We will see if this escalates into an all out civil war, or if some new issue materializes this month. I'd say, it sounds like 60% chance whatever the original video prophecies are about are probably referring to this civil unrest leading to the election month.

Here in Canada, people are nervous about a second-wave of this covid19 thing.
 

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September 1st. So far there is still civil unrest in the USA.
There's no question the civil unrest is going to continue at least up until the election. After that, it may settle down, at least to some extent.
Or it may not. But at least there won't be as much continued political incentive to keep stirring the pot.
 

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Some people in church remind me of Cornelius in the bible who feared God but was unsaved until he met Peter and heard the gospel. Some in church are probably saved as well. You can't be saved because you forsake a sinful lifestyle. Your saved because of what Jesus Christ did for you on the cross dying for your sins. We are not saved by trying we are saved by trusting. Cornelius was trying until he got saved and started trusting. The thief next to Jesus on the cross was trusting. Lot was trusting. David was trusting.
 

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and Uriah was trusting...
Yes. And David was ensnared by the devil and due to lust slept in adultery with Bathsheba then having fear of facing Uriah, David deliberately sent Uriah into the most dangerous place in the battle where men were guaranteed to be killed. Uriah was killed. 2nd Samuel 11:17. Lust tempted king David to commit adultery, and then fear tempted David to commit murder and he committed both. People then threw rocks at David in disgust of his sin. People lost respect for him even his own children and he was driven from his own kingdom by his son Absalom.
 
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Some people in church remind me of Cornelius in the bible who feared God but was unsaved until he met Peter and heard the gospel. Some in church are probably saved as well. You can't be saved because you forsake a sinful lifestyle. Your saved because of what Jesus Christ did for you on the cross dying for your sins. We are not saved by trying we are saved by trusting. Cornelius was trying until he got saved and started trusting. The thief next to Jesus on the cross was trusting. Lot was trusting. David was trusting.
What you are talking about sounds like Easy Believism and is not scriptural because of Matt 7:23 and Gal 5:19-21 refute this. I've seen some of the other posts you've made and I'd caution you to read Gal 5:19-21 very carefully, and also Matt 5:28. I struggle with these issues in my faith-walk as well, so do many others (ie "lusting").

Cornelius - Acts 10:31 - His Alms (good deeds towards the poor), and prayers have been heard -- this is before he was saved. It may not have affected his direct salvation, but it was part of the journey leading to his salvation (ie Peter ministering to him). To the extent his Alms and prayers influenced God to send Peter his way to minister to him leading him to salvation, would be the extent that would be relevant enough to be mentioned in scripture. At least the idea here is that good people do not go to hell because God will notice them and send someone their way to minister salvation to them, and they will be saved. However, insincere people who say a sinner's prayer, or are looking for fire-insurance but want to live as they please and have one foot in the church and one foot in the world, have to beware. God looks at the heart. An example of an insincere conversion would be Simon the Sorcerer in Acts 8:17-24.
 
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What you are talking about sounds like Easy Believism and is not scriptural because of Matt 7:23 and Gal 5:19-21 refute this. I've seen some of the other posts you've made and I'd caution you to read Gal 5:19-21 very carefully, and also Matt 5:28. I struggle with these issues in my faith-walk as well, so do many others (ie "lusting").

Cornelius - Acts 10:31 - His Alms (good deeds towards the poor), and prayers have been heard -- this is before he was saved. It may not have affected his direct salvation, but it was part of the journey leading to his salvation (ie Peter ministering to him). To the extent his Alms and prayers influenced God to send Peter his way to minister to him leading him to salvation, would be the extent that would be relevant enough to be mentioned in scripture. At least the idea here is that good people do not go to hell because God will notice them and send someone their way to minister salvation to them, and they will be saved. However, insincere people who say a sinner's prayer, or are looking for fire-insurance but want to live as they please and have one foot in the church and one foot in the world, have to beware. God looks at the heart. An example of an insincere conversion would be Simon the Sorcerer in Acts 8:17-24.
You must include verse 21 in Matthew 7

“Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

What is “the will of the Father”? The answer is found in John 6:40..

“And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day.”

The group in Matthew 7:21-23 were unsaved because they refused to do God's will concerning salvation. It wasn't because they still had personal sins in their life. Every believer still has sin in their life! We all sin every day. That's not to say that we have God's approval to sin, God forbid (Romans 3:31). It just means that even the best of Christians are still sinners.

If you think that forsaking sins was necessary for you to be saved, then you have religion, but you have never been born again!
 

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You must include verse 21 in Matthew 7

“Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

What is “the will of the Father”? The answer is found in John 6:40..

“And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day.”

The group in Matthew 7:21-23 were unsaved because they refused to do God's will concerning salvation. It wasn't because they still had personal sins in their life. Every believer still has sin in their life! We all sin every day. That's not to say that we have God's approval to sin, God forbid (Romans 3:31). It just means that even the best of Christians are still sinners.

If you think that forsaking sins was necessary for you to be saved, then you have religion, but you have never been born again!
If you read on in Matthew 7:23 it says "...depart from Me, ye that work iniquity."

2 Tim 2:19 "Nevertheless, the foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, The Lord knows them that are his. Let every one that nameth the name of Christ depart from iniquity".

It also says in Eph 5:3 "But fornication, and all uncleanliness, or coveteousness, let it not be named ONCE among you as becometh saints;"
Eph 5:3 is more strongly worded compared to Gal 5:19-21 because here it's not even talking about a lifestyle, but even a single act or doing it once AFTER becoming a Christian.

2 Cor 12:21 "And lest, when I come again, my God will humble me among you, and that I shall bewail many which have sinned already, and have not repented of the uncleanliness and fornication and lasciviousness which they have committed".

The Apostle Paul, the biggest grace teacher has a very strong words concerning fornication. He is saying this is not to be committed once a person becomes a Christian (Eph 5:3). He is saying that Christians should depart from iniquity if they are saying they are Christians (1 Tim 2;19), and he is also crying over people in the Corinthian church who have not repented from fornication. For the same author that says Eph 2:9 "By grace you are saved, it is a gift of God", to also write these as well, means the evidence that you are saved or have made a serious commitment that reflects a true convert is that you depart from sin.

Otherwise, ask yourself, why would Paul bewail the unrepentant fornicators in the Christian church? Would he not celebrate and say they are saved by grace? What happened to Eph 2:9 there?
 

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Then Judas, which had betrayed him, when he saw that he was condemned, repented himself,
and brought again the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders.” —Matthew 27:3


Judas repented. The Greek word for “repented” here is metamellomai and means “to care afterwards, that is, regret. Still Judas went to hell.

Repentance” unto salvation in Mark 1:15 is the Greek word metanoeo, which simply means “a change of mind.

Mark 1:15, KJV: "And saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel.

Want to live as they please and have one foot in the church and one foot in the world, have to beware.


There's judgement for believers as well not for our salvation but for our works. So yes you should beware. Just about every church teaches salvation + works in order to be saved. Mormons, Catholics, Pentecostals, Some baptists.


"And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be." -- Revelation 22:12

"Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love His appearing." -- 2nd Timothy 4:8.

"Therefore judge nothing before the time, until the Lord come, who both will bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and will make manifest the counsels of the hearts: and then shall every man have praise of GOD." -- I Corinthians 4:5
I'm not going to think I need to stop sinning so I can be saved which teachers like ray comfort paul washer john MacArthur and host of others outright say which is lordship salvation. I'm going to think to stop sinning because I am saved and it may prolong life and a host of other benefits. Pleasing God is one of them. Lordship salvation is putting the cart before the horse. Easy B is the other way around horse before the cart. With Gal 5:19-21 and a host of other verses you gotta ask the question who does that apply to? Jesus did come to save us from our sins remember. And according to Jesus, many harlots and publicans will be in Heaven! Salvation is based upon faith, not works.

Matthew 21:31 Whether of them twain did the will of his father? They say unto him, The first. Jesus saith unto them, Verily I say unto you, That the publicans and the harlots go into the kingdom of God before you.

A harlot is a hooker if you don't know what that is.


Carefully notice that "works" is not mentioned in Matthew 7 concerning a good tree or corrupt tree...

Matthew 7:16-20, "Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them."


The Bible teaches us to "try" (test) the spirits, to see whether or not they preach the truth of Jesus Christ correctly...

1st John 4:1-3, "Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world. Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God: And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world."


Book of Matthew portrays Jesus as a KING; Mark as a SERVANT, Luke as a MAN; and John portrays Jesus as the SON OF GOD. So the Gospel of John is the book we ought to focus on for the plan of salvation. According to John 20:31, the Gospel of John was written to convince us that Jesus is the Son of God, and that by believing we can be saved. The Gospel of John is God's Gospel tract! SO anything that we read elsewhere in the Bible MUST coincide with the Gospel of John. Thus, we know that "fruit" in Matthew 7:16 cannot refer to "good works," but to doctrine. The only way that we can determine if someone is saved or not is by the direct word from their mouth. We CANNOT judge any person by watching their works. Cornelius in Acts 10 was a devoutly religious man, who prayed, loved God, gave alms to the poor and fasted; but HE WAS STILL UNSAVED. Thankfully, Cornelius was saved later in the chapter.
 
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Nobody says you have to be perfect at the time of conversion. However, after a true conversion, there will be an evidence that something has taken place to a point that your friends or other people should see a change in you. If there is no before or after then how would you know that salvation occurred and you are not deceived?
 

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Nobody says you have to be perfect at the time of conversion. However, after a true conversion, there will be an evidence that something has taken place to a point that your friends or other people should see a change in you. If there is no before or after then how would you know that salvation occurred and you are not deceived?
You just have to tell them you believe in God and you believe he died on the cross for your sins and they will look at you differently just from a few sentences. If you do good things which most of it should be done in secret like giving to the poor they won't even know. If your seen not sinning of course they are going ask you why you don't swear or get drunk or whatever. Some might hear the gospel that way when they see you living differently and you explain it to them. Most won't. Some will hate you for it.
 
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