Masturbastion – Sin, or a Matter of Conscience?

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INTRODUCTION:

I am not a psychologist, medical doctor, theologian or pastor. However, I have walked in the Lord Jesus Christ since 1975, earned a B.S. in General Science, an A.S. in Chemistry, and I am an author in numerous Christian articles and books on doctrines. However, I will tackle this subject because it came up last year and there exists a vacuum in most Christian Churches to examine this human activity.

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Is love all we need?

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The British song group, The Beatles, created the song, “All Ya Need Is Love.”  That song theme has exploded over the years, sending inclusion groups for sustainable global peace, parading into the streets with banners – hawking, “Love People / Don’t Hate.” The idea is what politicians report as, “Keep it simple stupid.”  After all, who can walk out into the public main stream and say that he or she is against loving others?

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Binding and loosing – Matthew 16:19 and 18:18

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Many Charismatic and Pentecostal churches like to present Christ’s statement in Mt.16 and 18 as a personal reward card for claiming mammon while on this earth.  They will promulgate the idea that if one loses, or unties their faith, to receive a blessing of mammon, it will come back to the “releaser.”  Speak to it, they say.  If the disciple lacks the faith he then binds up, or ties up, his blessing of mammon.  Therefore, name it and claim it!

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Isaiah 56 – A promise of hope for the socially shunned, the unmarried, and the disliked

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The Lame Man is Healed by Saints Peter and John by: Gaspard Poussin (1615-1675)

“Let no foreigner who has bound himself to the LORD say, ‘The LORD will surely exclude me from his people.’  And let not any eunuch complain, ‘I am only a dry tree’” [Is.56:3].

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Book review: Bill O’Reilly’s “Killing of Jesus” should be renamed “God is dead”

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Bill O’Reilly’s book is patently a disaster, when evaluated for Biblical or historical research.  His claim to Roman Catholicism is exaggerated, for his Christian testimony is nowhere to be found.  His work reads like the effort of a high school sophomore.  It is riddled with hyperboles, and personal beliefs that present themselves as manufactured history.

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The 144,000 twelve dozen of revelation – chapters 7 and 14

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  A Hollywood movie depicted the exploits of “The Three Hundred” – a group of blood thirsty Spartan soldiers who held off the armies of Persia.   And of recent origin is the “Three Hundred, of British Commonwealth fame, who mingled their financial resources for reorganizing the World Empire of Britain [1920].

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