Elect are Lost but Reprobates are Not…
Can you Solve this Riddle?
I assume you already know that the Reformed fraternity is celebrating the 500th anniversary of John Calvin’s birth on 10 July 1509 this year. You don’t? Well, then it’s about time you dust off the cobwebs from your history books. First off, I must warn you that this is a Calvinistic riddle and they are usually tougher than a genuine South African Boere-toffee. Those of you who do not know the real meaning of the words ‘world, whomsoever, and all men’, should not even try to solve the riddle and rather bow out right now. OK! Let’s set the scene with a few very potent quotes from the lips of some of the most famous and distinguished Calvinists.
Many professing a desire to defend the Deity from an invidious charge admit the doctrine of election, but deny that any one is reprobated (Bernard. in Die Ascensionis, Serm. 2). This they do ignorantly and childishly since there could be no election without its opposite, reprobation. God is said to set apart those whom he adopts for salvation. It were most absurd to say, that he admits others fortuitously, or that they by their industry acquire what election alone confers on a few. Those, therefore, whom God passes by he reprobates, and that for no other cause but because he is pleased to exclude them from the inheritance which he predestines to his children (John Calvin: Institutes of the Christian Religion Book 3, Chapter 23, Sec. 2226)
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It really upsets me when so called ‘Christian’ ministries lie. It upsets me even more when so called ‘Christian’ ministries charge for information. One such so called ‘Christian’ research group does both, they lie and they charge you.
Rhema Marketing (Global Watch Weekly) has been sending me emails about their research for a couple of years now. In the beginning they never charged for their information, it was free. Then things started to change. When you clicked on a report all of a sudden you were transferred to a page that said the following in BIG RED Lettering:
“The Evidence Provided Below on [this article] is Under a threat of Being Taken Offline. You Must Act Now to Receive it…Fast”
“WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you read below to know how to access the rest of the information before the Report is taken offline.”
“WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you order below Now, to access the report before we are forced to take it offline.”
This is called lying. It’s a marketing ploy to make you think that you need to buy their information QUICKLY because it’s going to be removed from the internet by the evil powers that be. What a load of nonsense. If ever there was a lie here is one.
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A Worldwide Initiation into the New World Order
It ‘s easy to see that Yoga is just another one of Satan’s devices to mimic Jesus Christ and his teaching.
The term yoga is derived from the literal meaning of “yoking together” a span of horses or oxen. Here’s what Jesus said:
Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. (Matthew 11:28-30).
The Hindu yoke (Yoga) is heavy to bear, false and demonic, and wil NEVER give you rest for your soul. And then there are those who dare to call themselves Christians and dare to practice so-called “Christian Yoga?”
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It has bothered me for sometime that Got Questions has taken over the internet with their so called answer to every question imaginable. Yes, the bible has the answer to every question imaginable, my worry is that Got Questions seems to have the ‘right’ answer for every question. If you type in the question: “Calvinism”, you get the following list:
92 results found.Search results for: calvinism
10 pages of results.
1. Who are the New Calvinists, and what are the beliefs of New Calvinism?
Who are the New Calvinists, and what are the beliefs of New Calvinism? How is New Calvinism different from traditional Calvinism?
2. Calvinism vs. Arminianism – which view is correct?
Calvinism vs. Arminianism – which view is correct? What are the five points of Calvinism vs. the five points of Arminianism?
Who were the Huguenots and what did they believe?
Fleeing religious persecution of Protestants in France after the 1685 revocation of the Edict of Nantes (which had guaranteed their rights), 200 000 French Huguenots emigrated to countries such as Switzerland. Germany, England, America, and South Africa.
Amongst the first Huguenots to come were Francois Villion (Viljoen) and the du Toit brothers, François and Guillaume. Actually, the very first was Maria de la Quellerie, Jan van Riebeeck’s wife. Between 1688 and 1689 a large-scale emigration programme of Huguenots who had fled to the Netherlands was organised to the Cape of Good Hope – then a colony of the Dutch East India Company, which needed more settlers to provide food for the passing fleets. It began on December 31, 1687, and in total some 180 Huguenots from France, and 18 Walloons from the present-day Belgium, eventually settled at the Cape of Good Hope, comprising about one sixth of the free burgher population. Individuals continued to arrive sporadically until the termination of the state subsidised emigration in 1707. By 1720 about 270 French refugees had settled in the Cape. 
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