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Your new order of business now that you are a member of the Grand Army of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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Well I watched Heaven Is for Real, it was not really a Christian film at all. Of course... Hollywood.

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Discussing the validity of Genesis, and the non-compatibility of the evolution theory with Christianity. A response to 'Evolution and Christianity.'

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Discussing the theory of evolution and Christianity and why the two do not conflict.

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Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ
Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ Dec 6 2014, 1:18pm says:

True wisdom begins when we accept things the way they are. And when we try to hold on to a false perception of ourselves, we only deny what can free us. In essence, a healthy outlook on life could nullify the blurred line between atheism and religion. As in SW universe, there's dark and light, but what SW fans tend to overlook the fact that the Force itself is neutral. And let's assume that God exists. Would this all-powerful being choose sides?

And in the end God supposedly gave us free will, which obviously means we're free to make a choice. A choice is equivalent to actin, which subsequently leads to reaction or a repercussion. We create our own demons and angles. And it appears that prejudice is a wide-spread movement nowadays and it prevents people from seeing clearly.

I'm not here to patronize you or enlighten you. I'm not even a perfect person. I would describe myself as a "Gray Jedi. "The capacity for good or evil, like the Force itself, is in all living creatures. And belonging to the Jedi Order, or the Sith, or any group, won't change what you are at your core." --Jolee Bindo-- And it is said that we're all God's children and that's who we are at our core whether we like it or not.

I've been thinking about life for months now. And I'm inclined to accept this God's theory. And it makes more sense to believe in a benevolent being who'll save us all in the end.

And while science and religion attempt to find God or prove "its" existence, we might follow Jesus' teachings and find valuable lessons elsewhere. "It is important to draw wisdom from many different places.
If you take it from only one place it becomes rigid and stale." --Iroh--

Science has simplified our lives in various ways. Science is for everyone, it's not a label for individuals. And God is for everyone as well.

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Dec 6 2014, 9:20pm replied:

Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom I was taught.

The capacity for good or evil is really a strange thing to know. For the way we know it is through personal experience. God only knows it through his divine wisdom of all things.

The Lord defines what is righteous to do and what isn't. He set the standards with the Ten Commandments and the law. Commandments that all of us have broken whether it be one or all.

God gave us free will to teach us something. Instead of being a tyrant and programming us like bots he gave us the ability to choose to follow him or not. And through it we have learned the consequences of disobeying his Word. Look what has happened to this world.

Violence, death, destruction, pain, suffering, agony. Why would the Lord allow us to experience and go through these things? Because it's something humanity needed to learn. It's a lesson we needed to learn about why we must follow him. Otherwise we'd be nothing but droids.

The Bible lays it out that the Lord will bring humanity back up one day. But until then we must all do our part to show humanity why it is we should follow him. Spreading the Gospel, acts of goodwill, and just behavior set the standard.

Were not perfect, we mess up at times, and do things we shouldn't. But all that means is we get up one more time than we fall. Be penitent before God. But be bold in the face of the enemy.

We are all sons and daughters of God. But there are the fallen, and redeemed ones. And it is those that accept redemption that will be saved. And this redemption is for any and all who are willing. Not a select few.

All duty is sacrifice. Christ knows that better than anyone. Look what he did for us at Calvary. Same principle we should hold true.

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Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ
Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ Dec 7 2014, 12:50am replied:

I honestly think some people can identify themselves with Jesus, at least to some extent. Calvary portrays a wide spectrum of emotions and moral values. It's certainly a place that holds beneficial knowledge for those who are perceptive and willing to put it into effect.

People's perception and empathy are unrefined nowadays. Mainstream media and unjust economy have forced people to stray relatively far from a right path. Honestly, the lure of the dark side is hard to resist. It's hard enough to stay impartial, which is a quite demanding task at times. And there are people that devote their lives to helping others, which is a commendable act.

Jesus perished a long time ago. His teachings are immortal. And why would anyone wait for his return, while he left his lessons here for us? He's still here, but in a spiritual way.

Off the record. So, Jesus was/is God's son or the embodiment of God? Now really, it's a bit confusing sometimes? :D
I don't mean to be impolite, but does your girlfriend tell you something like that: "Commander Cody. Execute Order 69." ah-ha-ha! Just a humorous line to lighten up the mood. :D

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Dec 7 2014, 1:21am replied:

That it does. Calvary was a victory for humanity in many ways. And also means a variety of things to many different people. All of which would take more words to explain than this response would permit me... Guess I'm gonna have to right an article about it.

I know, this world has largely self destructed. There are massive riots and protests in many countries including mine. Wars going on left and right, economy's breaking down everywhere. People becoming more and more morally debased and corrupt. It's like what was prophesied in the Bible. That things would get worse and worse before the Second Coming of Christ. There are good people around still like you said. But they are hard to find these days...

The Christ was resurrected 3 days after his Crucifixion at Calvary. Just like the Prophets foretold in the Old testament. Therefore confirming to those who believed God that he was in fact the Christ. Even Roman records tell he was resurrected. Shortly after he returned to Glory after setting the Disciples straight. He awaits for his appointed time to return. In the spiritual though, we are in Christ, and he is in us.

Christ is actually God incarnate according to scriptures. Christ is part of the Trinity of what makes up God. God the Father (the ultimate authority). God the Son Jesus Christ (the redeemer of mankind and commander in chief of the Lord's army, every believer who has ever existed). God the Holy Spirit (the spirit of God that oversees the Lord's will done on Earth, he also resides in all believers).

Gabrielle has poked jokes at me for the usernames I use on sights before. When she finds out it's Commander Cody now she'll probably crack even more star wars jokes at me. Wouldn't be surprised...

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Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ
Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ Dec 6 2014, 1:39pm replied:

I honestly think the word spirituality more accurately describes people's faith and beliefs. And it even sounds better than religion, no offence.

Can you tell me what's the meaning of suffering? Moddb.com & Moddb.com

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Dec 6 2014, 9:32pm replied:

None taken. Religion is by definition a form of bondage.

What we have is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It's a day by day relationship. Much more productive than religious ceremonies too. You'd be amazed at how the Lord can change people from the worst of the worst to the best of the best.

By the way, the pics on your profile are set to private so we can't view them.

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Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ
Lara-Croft_69-♥-♫-ツ Dec 7 2014, 1:07am replied:

Well, I cannot edit my profile for some reason, so those links will be inaccessible for the time being. :/ A mod-db God rightfully punished me for something. I have to be patient and considerate. I have to admit that our digital mod-db gods are benevolent and cool. Long live Mod-db. :)

Here's a link that represents my pain in some way(to some extent) - Youtube.com
I cannot tell you what really happened to me. It's too painful, but this clip portrays my struggle somehow. Well, I've been hurt many times and so on. I just wanted to know if anyone has similar experience or if you could tell me why certain people have to endure so much pain? Is predestination real or the free will allows people to accidentally on purpose perform immoral acts.

Gandalf: "Saruman believes it is only great power that can hold evil in check, but that is not what I have found. I have found it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay... simple acts of kindness and love. Why Bilbo Baggins? Perhaps it is because I am afraid, and he gives me courage." - Youtube.com

Here's another link - Youtube.com :(

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Dec 7 2014, 1:36am replied:

It's alright. :-)
Fun thing for me about Moddb other than the mods is the html editing for my main page and articles. I love to have fun putting pictures and editing things on my pages and elsewhere when I get the chance.

I know the feeling. Ive been through hell and high water especially these last few years. I'd talk about it but this isn't the best place to do it. You could PM me if you like.

Way I figure it is this. The Lord puts his faithful through such tragedy and heartache to test their faith. It's like the military. They put you through hell and back to break you down and build you back up they way they want you to be. It's the same principle. The Lord breaks us down, and builds us back up into what he wants us to be. All that is required of us is to remain ever faithful. Semper Fidelis as a United States Marine would say. When the army is done with you, they've got a trained, tested, and fully ready soldier for service. Same with God, he puts us through hell to make the best of the best. And when it is done all that's left is solid gold.

Small deeds of goodwill, are worth more than all the fame and fortune in existence. Because they give hope to those who feel forgotten, and repair the lives of those who feel rejected.

I wish the entire world was like that, where everyone cares. And according to the Lord's word, it will be like that one day. But until then Troopers like me have got a job to do.

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Emperor of Mankind
Emperor of Mankind Dec 5 2014, 2:09pm says:

I just can't stand it when two different types of people who's viewpoints of religion are at each others throats. Looking at the atheist group here, they act as if they are at war with you all. Why??? They always say, "Sound the alarms!", and stuff. Yet, you all surely mean no type of harm, so why do some of them come here to intrude you guys negatively still? I'll never understand it. Is there no type of way how you ladies and gentlemen can get along with each other, or at least live amongst yourselves in peace? Where does fighting get people? Nowhere but trouble and that is what the atheists here pick; trouble with Christians. Also, I see that arguing with an atheist is like arguing with a two year-old over requesting his or her candy since they say no all of the time and deny pretty much everything you say to them.

Furthermore, atheists seem to try to persuade people into joining their clan and spreading their influence and also accuse you guys of using "futile attempts" to bring them down and decrease their "valuable work". Christians gladly welcome individuals and they have a somewhat gentle and negotiable character, which I find to my liking about them. *Sigh* If only there could be peace and harmony, this world would be a much better place for all of us, no matter our religious aspects. However, no need to spark a flame on a group like this. Atheists just wont accept anything different from them. After all, isn't this a group with peace and happiness? Those things are great to have. It would be a shame for that to go to waste because there would be no order nor justice for anyone if that was to occur. I mean, we all have to go somewhere in the afterlife when we die, right? Oh well, war does exist and is eternal so it seems, even between religions. That's quite sad...it really is.......

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Dec 5 2014, 7:52pm replied:

They are at war with us, but we are not at war with them.

The mission comes first in our line of work. Were here to seek out those who desire to come to know Truth. Those who are ready to receive the gift of the Lord, everlasting victory.

Were not here to change the world, were not here to save nations. Were here to save the individuals in them.

It's like the story of Joshua and the Battle of Jericho. The Lord had Joshua send in two spies to enter the city. There was no tactical reason for it, for knowing the Lord he could easily lead them to victory.

But the Lord sensed a soul that cried for a chance at redemption. A soul that cried for light in the sorrowful darkness that surrounded it. Her name was Rahab, she was a prostitute, yet resented her corrupt life.

Eventually the spies were on the verge of capture, but she helped them evade it. She talked much to them of the one she'd heard of, this "God" of the Israelites. She heard of how God had delivered them from Egypt, and countless other perils. How their God cared for them. She was ready to come to know Truth.

So the spies told her, place a scarlet cord at the window. And will know to stray from that part of the wall. Just as well, any of her family and loved ones that were in that part of the wall, would also be saved. And then the battle came for Jericho, and as promised, her and her family saved. And even better, joined the Israelites. In fact, Rahab is even part of the lineage of Christ. Quite the honor for her.

That scarlet cord represents the work Christ did for us. And whoever believes in that work and holds true to it will be saved.

As for us Believers, were like the spies, the seekers. Were here to find those ready to receive it, and help them come to know Truth.

This world awaits judgement, but there are still souls that cry for Redemption, do your duty soldiers. And do it well.

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Nov 28 2014, 12:54pm says:

Couldn't help but notice, what will it take to revive forums here?

I notice you guys haven't touched your forums in like 3 years. And forums can be pretty fun when a good topic comes up.

After all we can't have all the good conversations on the main page here. Because that's just...

Uncouth.

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Nov 7 2014, 4:48am says:

"Faith is all that matters"

Had that stuck in my head for about a week now.

It's true though, in the end, it's all that matters.

Same goes for the Marine Corps motto, "Semper Fi"

Means Always Faithful.

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λpone
λpone Nov 14 2014, 10:27pm replied:

I think you're worse than KnightofEquulei. I'm starting to like him now.

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Nov 15 2014, 6:27am replied:

Good. Than that means I'm doing my job.

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KnightofEquulei
KnightofEquulei Nov 29 2014, 10:00pm replied:

λpone is an anti-theist. Anti-theists get offended by religious verses and think a person's recitation of a religious verse is "opposition" to their right to be atheist. The anti-theist, in this particular circumstance, is actively coming into a religious group expecting no one to be talking about religion. I don't know whether to laugh about that or simply ponder about what's going on in λpone's head, whatever it is, it can't be logical.

Reminds me of an earlier comment I made about these anti-religionists who say that they are "free from religion" even though they obsess over it more than us religious people. I think their hatred stems from what religion did to them rather than what religious people say or do. Their own extremism ruined their minds, an extremism they still haven't broken free from.

Once, these people were religious extremists, now they are atheist extremists. The problem isn't their beliefs but their application of their beliefs and their extremist mindsets. They can convert or de-convert as much as they like but unless they deal with their mindset, the real problem that's keeping them as a mental slave will remain.

If λpone converted to theism or religion tomorrow, he's still not a person I'd want to hang around with because he's an extremist with intolerant views.

My views on atheism is always negative but I am not intolerant to atheists, I simply dislike all the internet ones who feel the need to constantly belittle religious people thinking that their juvenile behaviour is somehow making them "win" their imaginary war to "save the world from reLIEgon!!" lol. However, this reasoning is lost on these atheists as they think criticism equals oppression, persecution or someone forcing beliefs down their throats.

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λpone
λpone Dec 1 2014, 10:20pm replied:

I never said any of the things you painted me out to be. I just find your beliefs to be crazy and they are entertaining to make fun of; because then you write these ten paragraph essays about positions I andthe majority of atheists don't even hold.

I don't really hate anyone who hasn't done me wrong. I just find you frustrating and funny at the same time. I don't hate religious people, I just don't like your crazy cult that you're apart of.

I don't give a **** what you believe, you are free to believe whatever crazy things you want. I just like to make fun of people on the internet because it provokes responses like that one.

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KnightofEquulei
KnightofEquulei Dec 2 2014, 12:09am replied:

And what are my beliefs λpone? Go on, enlighten me because you keep claiming to know me better than myself. You say I make guesses up about what you believe but then you come out with crap about talking snakes, magical gay skydaddies with beards, flying monsters, superstition, magic and other things I don't hold to be true. I'm not a Bible literalist either so you're widely speculating about what I believe.

Also calling Christianity a "cult" is amusing to me especially when you belong to a small group that exists solely to "eradicate" religion. You're part of the cult here mate especially since you're not the normality and I hate to break it to you mate but your group will never be the normality :)

Also, you do hold the things I painted you out to believe in as true. (You believe Jesus didn't exist, religion caused dark ages, Hitler was Christian etc etc etc...)

If you want to continue the denial, I could easily and quickly grab all the content you've made since it only requires a quick Google search involving your name.

I make a few paragraphs of writing, so what? If you find that entertaining then you must really live a boring life. You haven't made me mad (although I know I make you mad and I enjoy doing it) as I enjoy writing, debates and banter as anyone could guess with all the articles and comments I've made for this group.

If this is you trolling then you're doing a terrible job. A troll is meant to anger their victim or provoke an emotional response. You "provoked" a speculation, that I've held for awhile, on the mental psyche of internet atheists who claim to be "free" from religion but spend all their time talking about it. You've now provoked my further evaluation on your mental well-being of which I am concerned for. My other half tells me that you're simply angry because of your inner sexual repressed feelings for me but we'll see how true this is based on how fast you respond this time...

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λpone
λpone Dec 3 2014, 5:43pm replied:

Again, making up a bunch of positions I don't even hold. Though I do have repressed sexual feelings for you.

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KnightofEquulei
KnightofEquulei Dec 10 2014, 10:31am replied:

"Again, making up a bunch of positions I don't even hold."

Except you do as your page is testament to with the groups you're apart of but lie away. You atheists know nothing else do you?

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Johnny Rico
Johnny Rico Nov 30 2014, 1:15am replied:

Perhaps he was scared by... "religion". This would explain much. Thank you for you input on this. I have come to notice that some of the most "anti" religious individuals usually have in some way been scared by religion at one point in there life.

Others don't care because it never did anything to them. Therefore they just ignore it.

It's a shame were all so corruptible. Even when the true gospel is preached we still mess up at times and wrong someone along the way that we did not intend to harm.

If it weren't for that, many if not all of our converts would be permanent.

The Lord has a way of straightening people out. If you know who I was and what I did before I knew Christ. You'd probably think the same of me as well.

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