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Zomok, steve posted a blog post
Off and on, over the years I have done research on the apocryphal books that are sometimes found between the Old and New Testaments.  Briefly stated these are generally rejected by Protestant churches but generally accepted by Catholics and Eastern Orthodox churches.  These books are rather borderline when it comes to doctrines and have been the subject of many debates.  Personally I feel that a small number of these are inspired and should be part of the OT.  One of these is the "Prayer of Azariah", which is an extension of the Book of Daniel and specifically chapter 3.  We have to think that these individual were under very harsh persecution and their thoughts and emotions must have been very much as the "Prayer of Azariah" indicates.I do not know if what is found in the text of "Azariah" is actual history or not but I find nothing wrong with it and it even has a good lesson within.  This would be to not deny God and to continue in praise regardless of ones situation.  This is somet…
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Zomok, steve posted a photo
With my old Canon camera I captured a good image of a humble moth on a common dandelion flower.  If you enlarge it is still clear with much detail.  This is one reason not to be too quick in cutting these down.  These small creatures expend much energy that they need nourishment from flowers.
5 hours ago
Dr. Derek P. Blake replied to Dr. Derek P. Blake's discussion Intercessory Prayer - Standing in the Gap in Bible Study
"Terry I really feel for you here, but your prayer was not rejected by God, despite anything your cousin says, the prayer was NOT aimed at her but to our Father who already knows the situation and whatever is wrong with the uncle.  The people we pray for do not need to know that we are praying for them, like in Voodoo, where the curse works by someone knowing about it.  If we pray to the Spirit He will guide us in what and how to pray, we don't even need to know what we, or who we are praying for, but the Spirit does.  People don't like pray because of fear, fear that the prayer will be answered and that would mean they would have to concede that God exists and all His laws remain in force, and therefore 'sin' exists.  That is the one thing that unbelievers are frightened of, for this reason when we call certain sexual perversions a 'sin' it's called a hate crime.  We do NOT need permission to pray, we have Christ's authority."
11 hours ago
Terry Stonebarger replied to Dr. Derek P. Blake's discussion Intercessory Prayer - Standing in the Gap in Bible Study
"Thank you Brother Derek for a good lesson.  As you know I went to my family reunion on Saturday and I offered up the blessing.  In dong so I had been told that 2 cousins were in the hospital, therefore, I offered up prayers of healing for them and comfort for their families.  Monday I wrote a small happy report on the reunion on the family FB page.  As a result I also once again mentioned the 2 cousins and asked everyone to pray for them.  Later I checked back in to see if there were any responses.  There was one with 2 (I felt hateful messages).  The first message the cousin rudely reminded me she had told me she wouldn't be there due to moving to another state.  The second message was telling very hatefully that her Uncle never wanted to be mentioned in any way shape or form on any internet program prayer or no prayer and she didn't know where I got my info from because her uncle wasn't in the hospital. I was needless to say very hurt and have considered writing another paragraph ex…"
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Dr. Derek P. Blake left a comment on Prayer Requests
"Amen, I agree and stand with Mary against whatever is afflicting Terry, in Jesus name."
13 hours ago
Dr. Derek P. Blake’s discussion was featured in Bible Study
N.B. This study also links in with Pastor Michael Burris' study of 'The Great Commission', also in the Groups Area.
Intercessory Prayer
Last week we took a look at The ACTS of Prayer and a in that study Intercessory Prayer was mentioned, so this week I felt it would be good to have a closer look at what that involved. It may be clear to some, but we should be clear on what 'intercessory prayer' is, the dictionary defines it as:

"act of interceding;" c. 1500, "intercessory prayer, a pleading on behalf of another," from Latin intercessionem (nominative intercessio) "a going between, coming between, mediation," noun of action from past participle stem of intercedere "intervene, come between, be between" (in Medieval Latin "to interpose on someone's behalf;" see intercede). The sense "pleading on behalf of another" developed in Christianity.”
So we see that an intercessor is someone who intercedes, a mediator or an agent, someone who pleads on behalf of someone. In our case someone who…
13 hours ago
Mary Osborn left a comment on Prayer Requests
"God, please soothe Terry's stomach. I ask for healing in Jesus Christ's name, Amen."
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Dr. Derek P. Blake left a comment for Paul Robertson
"Greetings in Jesus' name Paul., and welcome to Christians Like Me, a site that I believe is being blessed by the Spirit and making us into a real body for Christ. Check out the site and join the community by posting in the BLOGS area, or reading some of the excellent blogs already there, or join in any of the discussions in the FORUM, even start a discussion of your own.  There are also a wide range of GROUPS that hopefully will interest you, just take your pick, jump in and mke some friends.  Every blessing."
14 hours ago
Terry Stonebarger is now a member of The Great Commission
15 hours ago
Good Morning one and all! Welcome to our new members. May our LORD Bless us one and all. Please have a safe and enjoy GOD'S Miracles.
Pastor Rolf Anderson left a comment for Paul Robertson
"Hello, Brother Paul., and welcome to Christians Like Me, a web based community of committed Christians who come here to share their faith in Jesus Christ, support each other emotionally, Learn from each other, and have some fun! May I have you first review the top of the main Home page, where you will find a Newcomers Guide, which will help with navigating this large site. Next to that are some suggestions for getting involved here. Below that are some guidelines for using the site, and some simple rules to help us all get along here. Last, but not least, is a Paypal link where if you want to support the site, you can voluntarily and occasionally donate some money for it's server costs. Aside from these donations, the costs are completely covered by a very giving and generous webmaster, Cary Byrd. Lets help him out, if we can, here. I join all the other members here in praying you fit in well, and find a home here with all of us!"
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Paul Robertson is now a member of Bible Study
Terry Stonebarger left a comment on Prayer Requests
"Asking for prayers because I am not feeling well, I'm wondering if I ate something bad over the weekend."
ChristnMe posted a blog post
Be the Vanguard! The Vanguard of the Truth of Righteousness. All things work for those who are in Christ Jesus. For as John was Christ’s forerunner so is the Body for the Lion of Judah. As many look for signs for a decision, the Vanguard ought to be marching forward waving the banner of Christ. For His arrival will not be denied nor will His judgment be weakened.
Mary Osborn and Marcia Reynolds are now friends
The Church I go to is having a Revival Pastor Livingston Zete has been dropped at the Church door step By God to lead this revival He is from South Africa and is very large and has a very large heart after God.please pray for the Harvest to be large as well.

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"And you also were included in Christ when you heard the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation. When you believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit, who is a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance until the redemption of those who are God’s possession—to the praise of his glory."                                 

                                     - Ephesians 1:13-14