politics November 4, 2016 Pope Forbids the Hillary Vote Terry Wiles | PentecostalTheology.com Interesting…. Guilty of Formal Cooperation in Evil! PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleSynod of Anglican Church in North America this weekend Next articlePrayer needed after the Cleveland Republican National Convention 29 Comments Reply November 1, 2016 Bulgarian Bible Pope makes Stan Wayne happy Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson And just when you think we’ve heard it all we wake up to the news from Charisma MAG that If Donald Trump Wins, He Will Be 70 Years, 7 Months And 7 Days Old on His First Full Day in Office http://www.charismanews.com/opinion/60976-if-donald-trump-wins-he-will-be-70-years-7-months-and-7-days-old-on-his-first-full-day-in-office Reply November 4, 2016 Joseph D. Absher Wow I’m glad they got that kind of time. I don’t Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson At least he will not be 60 Years, 6 Months And 6 Days right? Reply November 4, 2016 Joseph D. Absher God willing I will be. And I still be preaching forget the mark of the beast you better get a mark from God. Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson Wonder if Charisma magazine would do a piece on Charles Page who will be 70 on the first full day after these elections? Jan Dixon Sykes Reply November 4, 2016 Joseph D. Absher Who shall ascend to the hill of the Lord…. I’m going, how many of you peasants will go with me??? Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson Robert Borders What’s your take on that? Did Branham ever predicted presidential elections or would any of his last prophecies relate? Reply November 4, 2016 Robert Borders I don’t know about Branham and politics but I do know that he has predicted massive earthquakes and tidal waves to wipe out much of the western US. Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson Karen Lucas David Lewayne Porter Would you relay on Holy Spirit prophecy to pick which candidate you wish to serve for the NC Supreme Court Associate Justice? What about in SC Ed Brewer Reply November 4, 2016 Joseph D. Absher Jesus shed his blood for us to have access to God. Signs and fleeces or any external influences must bow before God, His Word, and the sweet fellowship we enjoy with Christ. That’s the beauty of the New Testament we don’t have to go to California and seek a prophet or New York to see a priest. No we have a priest and a prophet in Jesus Christ. He got no “maybe” this or that I you take time to seek God and read your Bible you will know the will of God for your lonesome self!!! Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson Joseph D. Absher Are you in NC or SC? Reply November 4, 2016 David Lewayne Porter Holy Spirit direction, yes. Not someone’s off the wall “thus saith the Lord” and they only communicate with the (l)ord when they need (h)im. Reply November 4, 2016 Ed Brewer Depends on the circumstances. In general, no – mainly because that’s not a biblically presented specific role of the gift of prophecy. IMHO prophecy is profoundly weaker than revelation because it relies on at least 2 infinitely fallible vessels (prophet and receiver) instead of just one. It’s not that God can’t speak that way (in spite of scriptural ambiguity), but that it is contrary to the spirit of new covenant liberty to blindly depend on another’s gift rather than discern for oneself – especially in such mundane matters as human government. This appears to be one of those “…SEEMETH good to us and the Holy Ghost” areas with which we are prayerfully entrusted. Reply November 4, 2016 Ed Brewer ..speaking in theological comparison to issues of salvation, it’s a secular concern with spiritual impact and therefore less than crucial and by comparison mundane – not unimportant by any stretch, but next to the great commission….mundane Reply November 4, 2016 Joseph D. Absher In Puerto Rico 90 days living a men’s home sharing my faith in Christ with men struggling to be free!!! I’m leaving Nov. 5th to stand and vote with you. I’m also praying the vans that came up to Milwaukee from Chicago last election get impounded. Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson leaving on a jet plane ? Reply November 4, 2016 Robert Borders Don’t know when I’ll be back again! Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson Do you know about Trumps 70 times 7? Reply November 4, 2016 Anthony Gool Wow ,really Reply November 4, 2016 Tim Renneberg I wish people would research before clicking send…. Reply November 4, 2016 Joseph D. Absher Hey I always do but this one caught me!!! LOL I didn’t resend though. Still thats funnyl I like it lies and alll Reply November 4, 2016 Tim Renneberg http://www.snopes.com/pope-forbids-catholics-from-voting-for-hillary-clinton/ Reply November 4, 2016 Karen Lucas I actually agree with the premise of the former Pope’s letter even though it’s over a decade old. I’m bit a Hillary supporter but the problem comes when you’re having to weigh one sin against another in politics. There is more than one way to take another life. And 40+ years of lip service from the Republican party on this issue hadn’t gotten pro- lifers anywhere except entangled with the party…regardless of what else they stand for out against that may or may not align with Christian ideology. Reply November 4, 2016 Karen Lucas The word “bit” above should read, “not”. Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson Karen Lucas Latest AskDrBrown poll puts these 3 Trump categories @ ~30% each Enthusiasm, Reluctance, Can’t vote for him https://twitter.com/DrMichaelLBrown/status/794391115847925760 Reply November 4, 2016 Karen Lucas I was never planning to vote for him anyway…. Evan McMullin is my candidate. I’m glad he had come along. Reply November 4, 2016 Varnel Watson 3%? Reply November 4, 2016 Karen Lucas Not worried about trying to win. I’m more interested in voting for what I can agree with and support and having a clean conscience. After all, I am a person of faith. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.