Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Learn Jurisdiction and the Power of Christ
- You are not alone in that assessment, Chris. I am beginning to think
CLC Member, Free Church (Continuing) Visitor
--- In email@example.com, "Chris Coldwell"
> While I have rejected the term in the past, this is sounding more
> more like a cult.the
> Chris Coldwell
> Naphtali Press http://www.naphtali.com
> The Confessional Presbyterian journal http://www.cpjournal.com
> Member Lakewood Presbyterian Church (PCA), Dallas, Texas
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jerry
> <ragingcalvinist@> wrote:
> > Dee Dee,
> > PLEASE, please, tell me you're kidding. Please?
> > gmw.
> > nocost2great wrote:
> > >
> > > --- In email@example.com
> > > <mailto:covenantedreformationclub%40yahoogroups.com>, Tony
> > > <amenendez78@> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > What sayest thou of me, dear brother? I was not involved with
> > > Commonincluded
> > > > Concern paper and I was still excommunicated.
> > >
> > > Ah, and neither was I. My 'sin' was to say that I thought the
> > > questions (in the CI) were good ones, and I wanted to be
> > > when answers were given. According to the elders, this wasfamiliar
> > > fellowship (though I had not communicated withof
> > > the 'excommunicated'.) I was given less than 24 hours to repent
> > > my 'sin' - and was served the oath. (The oath that requires oneto
> > > vow that they have no questions... when I had already publiclyof
> > > expressed that I had questions.)I was even verbally told by one
> > > the elders that it would not be lying to swear the oath, eventhough
> > > I had questions! Actually, I think God used the treatment Ireceived
> > > to open my eyes even wider so that I might see.
> > >
> > > For His Glory,
> > >
> > > Dee Dee
> > >
> > >
- Susan, thank you as well for forgiving me. I have learned a good
lesson from this situation and will endeavor to keep my words closely
guarded in the future. It indeed is a learned skill and will come
from the practice of less talking and more listening. May the Lord be
with you, Walt.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Susan Wilkinson"
> I forgive you, Walt. Thank you for clearing the air.
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
> Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2007 1:51 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: Walt
> Thanks for this witness testimony against me as I've heard it very
> clear and also apologise to you and others who were offended. It
> was obviously my mistake, and making them so often helps me keep a
> grip on the weaknesses I have in adequately defending my actions.
> This has been another good lesson for me to see and confess my sin.
> I hope you, and others offended, will too forgive me. This will be
> my final post so not to make these type mistakes again on this forum.
> I'm flying to another part of Africa early in the morning and then
> back home to Michigan by Thursday. I will not be able to read your
> or others comments, but will trust in the Lord that He will soften
> your and Jerry's heart toward my mistake, and allow you both to
> forgive me. Lord willing, should I make it back to Michigan as
> planned, I will see your posts in response to my request.
> Your brother in Christ,
> --- In covenantedreformati
> "Susan Wilkinson"
> <gpyp@> wrote:
> > Walt,
> > I am weary of both your overt and implied accusations against
> Jerry that
> > your posts aren't going through. You are not helping your cause in
> > because everyone here knows Jerry to be honest, forthright and
> fair in his
> > moderation. Please stop falsely accusing him or else bring proof
> that you
> > have been wronged by him. If it's true that one or more of your
> > haven't made it through there are a few other logical
> possibilities as to
> > why; you might want to consider that before you make assumptions
> and public
> > accusations.
> > Also as far as I'm concerned you've done a fabulous job of
> demonstrating the
> > veracity of the point of view of those you seek to refute.
> > Susan