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Rindy 
Posted: 07-Jan-2005, 07:30 PM
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jpmoore, please don't apologize or go away. Everyones intitled to a opinion! I like hearing everyones views of things. It is what makes the world go around.!! smile.gif
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Posted: 08-Jan-2005, 10:07 AM
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QUOTE (Rindy1202 @ 07-Jan-2005, 07:30 PM)
jpmoore, please don't apologize or go away. Everyones intitled to a opinion! I like hearing everyones views of things. It is what makes the world go around.!! smile.gif

Thanks Rindy!
This past election had such an emotional and spiritual effect on me. I truly am okay with our president. Its just that I don't appreciate being looked down on because of politics. We are all one in Christ!

(I won't leave. I wa away from this board for many months though. I think I'll stick around awhile biggrin.gif )
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Posted: 08-Jan-2005, 12:07 PM
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Gald to hear it jp! And Ridny is right! Your opinion is just as valid as everyone elses! I did vote for Bush, but I was so sick of all of the campaigning and posturing on both sides that I almost didn't vote at all! And religion did play such a big part in this election. I'm just glad its over and we can all get back down to the business of serving God and living!


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Thank you for hanging around jpmoore, the forums have so many different subjects. I haven't been here that long but I have not found anyone that is mean. You are part of the family, and we are glad you are hear and speak your opinion.

Have a great weekend no matter what!! smile.gif
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Posted: 08-Jan-2005, 06:58 PM
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jpmoore! Glad to have you back. I am sorry you had to go through that with your church and Christian brothers and sisters questioning you because of the election. That is a very personal decision and no one has the right to judge your opinions and choices. I, too, am very glad the election process is all over! rolleyes.gif


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Posted: 08-Jan-2005, 07:20 PM
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I'm non-denominational, but I go to a congregation that has a Jewish flavor. A lot of people in the congregation were raised in the Jewish faith and became born again Christians, and they choose to tie in Jewish tradion and show how it points to the coming of the Messiah (Jesus).
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One of my friends goes to a Messianic Jewish/Christian church and she loves it! She is not Jewish, but just wanted something different. She met her future husband there too!
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I was raised in a roman catholic village as a lutheran (even though not baptized).

I was baptized in the Lutheran Church when I was 16 but wasn't really happy with it.

I changed over to Latter Day Saints (Mormons) when I was 21 and even though I am inactiv right now - I live very close to the standards of their teachings, and even read in the bible and Book of Mormon.

That I am inactiv right is has partly to do with my husband being roman catholic. He thinks they are a bit weird - even though he lives more to their standards and teachings than he knows lol.


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Posted: 09-Jan-2005, 07:51 AM
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Rindy, CelticRose, and Wizardofowls,
Thank you for your support. I truly appreciate it! thumbs_up.gif
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Posted: 09-Jan-2005, 06:28 PM
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That's what were here for, JP! wink.gif smile.gif
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Posted: 09-Jan-2005, 07:31 PM
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QUOTE (gwenlee @ 08-Jan-2005, 08:20 PM)
I'm non-denominational, but I go to a congregation that has a Jewish flavor. A lot of people in the congregation were raised in the Jewish faith and became born again Christians, and they choose to tie in Jewish tradion and show how it points to the coming of the Messiah (Jesus).

Oh gwenlee! That sounds so very interesting! I am so intereseted in the Jewish faith and how it impacted Christian beliefs! I wish I had some Jewish friends becauseI have so many questions!
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QUOTE (jpmoore @ 09-Jan-2005, 08:51 AM)
Rindy, CelticRose, and Wizardofowls,
Thank you for your support. I truly appreciate it! thumbsup.gif

You are very welcome jp! I'm so glad you decided to join us here!
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Hey WizardofOwls the Jewish faith is very interesting, but traditional Jew don't tend to see a connection between judaism and christianity beyond the Old Testament. So if you would like to know more about the impact of judaism on Christianity I suggest you go to the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America web site.
People who choose to live a Messianic Jewish life style will tell you they follow Biblical judaism not Rabbinical judaism. Any way I think that site will answer some of your questions.
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There's something quite awesome about a Jewish Christian! How wonderful to see someone of the chosen nation claiming alliegance to Jesus Christ, the ultimate Jew... I love the book of Hebrews, where it pointedly shows how Christ is the ultimate rabbi, the ultimate sacrifice, the ultimate fulfillment of all the old prophecies...

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Posted: 19-Jan-2005, 03:43 PM
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I too like the book of Hebrews. People think that there is a different plan of salvation for Jew and Gentile but there isn't. The only way to salvation is through Yeshua (Jesus Christ)
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