"Bishop" Gene Robinson to give inauguration "prayer"...

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  1. Alive in Christ

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    This is just breathtaking. Stunning.

    Gene Robinson of course is the openly practicing homosexual who was tragically ordained a Bishop in the Episcopal group.

    Get a load of this quote from the New York Times...

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    This man is of course...unfortunetly...a complete reprobate, but of course he could be a candidate for salvation if he would come to his senses.

    What trying times we are in, and its only going to get worse imo.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/13/us/13prayer.html


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    Bah! VGR, those who elected him and those who consecrated him should have been chucked out of the Anglican Communion in 2004. God's mills grind exceedingly slowly, it seems; one can only hope that they grind exceedingly fine...
     
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    This is only the beginning of what we will get with Barack Hussein (we can say that now) Obama. Barack is perverted in a large way. Between homosexuals and abortion this country will take a turn for the worst.
     
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    ==I'm not at all surprised. Obama got a lot of "heat" for his choice of Rick Warren. This choice is no doubt an attempt to off-set the Warren choice. Gene Robinson is an apostate (2Pet 2:1-22) who has turned "away from the holy commandment handed on to" him (vs21). No doubt his "eyes are full of adultery" (vs14) and that "the black darkness has been reserved" for the likes of Robinson (vs17). It is sad that any "church" would ordain such an apostate.
     
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    Where's that puking smiley when you need it? :tear:

    Rick Warren needs to disengage himself from this folly.
     
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    Interesting thought. Do you think he will do it? I don't know much about Rick Warren, so I don't have a personal opinion of him or his beliefs.

    But, I wonder if the same rules will be applied to him as is applied to the Obama supporters here. It is often said that if one supports Obama he is guilt of being in favor of abortion and guilty of murder (in some poster's eyes).

    If Warren goes through with this engagement, does that mean that he is in favor of the gay lifestyle and that he is guilty of fornication?
     
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    I have heard that as well, and I think its just plain silly.

    Of course not.


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    Why? Is that what we are called to do...disengage from the world?
     
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    I think if anything needs prayer, it is Barak Obama's presidency and this country. I think Rick Warren should stay and give a prayer that will move heaven and earth.
     
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    Depends on how Rick Warren uses the opportunity.

    It would be nice if he were to offer a prayer that our government begin to protect the "least among us" rather than to continue to support harming them.
     
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    Indeed, and pray in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: This is an opportunity to pray his convictions, a prayer for our new President, a prayer for our country, a prayer to the glory of God.....if he chooses. RW needs our support and prayers on his behalf that God will use him and speak through him at a time when, hopefully, all the nation and the President Elect is listening.:godisgood:
     
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    What is Rick Warren's role again? I forget. And why a second man offering prayer?

    Cheers,

    Jim

    Sorry I am so dumb on this one.
     
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    Which one would you like:


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  14. Marcia

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    Bishop Robinson's prayer is a different day than when Rick Warren prays - I think it's this Sunday at the opening of the inaugural "festivities."

    RW is going to pray the opening prayer on Tuesday before the Inauguration, and another minister (I've forgotten now who it is but I think he's liberal) is going to do the closing prayer on Tuesday.
     
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    Thanks Marcia,,I lose track of these things.

    Cheers,

    Jim
     
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    It's easy to do! The Inauguration is not just Inauguration Day, but a whole week of balls, parties, gatherings, etc. The papers here are full of stuff about these things. In fact, one can still purchase a ticket to one of the unofficical balls. Some of the balls are unofficial (Obama not scheduled to appear) and others are where he will appear.

    It's getting very cold this weekend so it looks like it might be quite chilly on Tuesday. I hope people who plan to be at the Inauguration wear a lot of warm clothes!

    I also read somewhere that Jews for Jesus are planning to hand out stuff and witness.
     
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    I can only image how busy it is in Washington, DC just now.

    When Mr. Obama comes to Canada, we will have RCMP, regular police and undercover police all over the place.

    We didn't have this much security for when the Queen comes to Canada. Shucks, the late Queen Mum used to break ranks and wander all over he place talking to people in the crowd, and especially with kiddies.

    I trust all goes well.

    Cheers,

    Jim
     

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