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    October 29, 2012 | 4 Comments

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    Dr. Brown tackles the latest news, shares this thoughts about storms and the question of divine judgment, and then lays out his vision for a third party whose citizenship is in heaven. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at  (866) 348 7884  with your questions and comments.

     

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    Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Yes, in times of storm, and hurricane, and disaster we should recognize the frailty of life.  We should recognize our need for God, and yes, we should call out to Him to have mercy on our land.

     

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    Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: To repeat yet once more, do not put all your passion in the upcoming election.  Yes vote, yet get involved, but put your passion into being a disciple and going out and making disciples.  That’s why we’re here.

     

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    4 Responses to “Dr. Brown’s Thoughts on a Viable Third Party”

    1. Ray
      October 29th, 2012 @ 8:02 pm

      I believe there is certainly opportunity for the work of a third party anytime there are two parties against one another who have not been able to resolve a matter between them, and so there is the call for the work of intercession, the ministry of intercessors, for wherever there is conflict, is there not a need for righteousness? And if all were righteous, where would be the opportunity for conflict?

      The Church can be that salt and light the world needs.

      Now an intercessor must not be taking sides of one party while ignoring righteousness from the other, but is to be for the sake of righteousness, fairness, justice, equity, kindness, forgiveness, gentleness, etc, for all parties involved, able to hear all matters pertaining to a particular matter where one party is contrary to another, and be willing to not hear anything that is not pertaining to the cause of any present distress or oppression by another.

      His interest should be to deliver the oppressed out of the hand of the one oppressing, or working unrighteousness toward another, being willing to do for one party as he will do for the other, willing to make a plea for righteousness, for mercy, for kindness, for justice, when it is due, after all the information has been heard and sorted out, after he has walked through a matter, finding out what is good, as well as what is not good.

      Choosing the good over any evil, choosing righteousness over any wickedness, choosing kindness over hatred, choosing light over darkness, being able to find something good on every page of scripture, able to find something good from God during any evil situation, for there is nothing but what is good from God, with God, as everything in the kingdom of heaven is good, right, just, and true.

      II Sam 6:10,11….Has this happened yet? If so, I suppose it has in part, till other things happened, and it may be time to get back to it again.

      May God set delivering judges in place to do the work of reconciliation, by the gospel, in Jesus’ name.

    2. Mark Phillips
      November 1st, 2012 @ 5:38 am

      http://www.voiceofrevolution.com/2008/12/13/the-gospel-of-martyrdom-vs-the-gospel-of-success/

      In that article you wrote,’This country boasts of fifty-seventy million born-again Christians. (Of course, that figure is preposterous.) But what if just ONE MILLION true believers here…’

      In your recent ‘third party’ piece you wrote ‘Dr. Martin Luther King spoke of this “third party” as well—although not in those terms—saying that it “must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state.” King was speaking of a group of multiplied MILLIONS of Americans whose ultimate “citizenship is in heaven…” ‘

      (Capitalized emphasis well and truly added !)

      If one uses Luke 14:25-35 as a guide,and even if America and Britain were put together,would there really be even close to one million who have truly left all to follow Him ? Not to mention healing the sick and raising the dead so that all in the locality LEARN and TURN (see Acts 9:32-42 expecially vs 35 and 42).

      I can’t remember the quote off-hand,but in your book on ‘What happened to the power of God’ I think you said (paraphrasing you here !) that if even only a few men (just 10 ?!) had true Second Covenant Holy Spirit power,they could wake up the USA overnight. So,where are they ?! (Cessationism is FALSE ; but,the absence of healings does rather play into their hands !!!)

      Something is very very wrong. If there were millions of cross-carrying Americans,I think things would not be as they are. The numbers do not stack up. The answer is to move back from Azuza to Acts.

      Time for a THIRD Person (true reception of the Holy Spirit) ; and,for scriptural coveting and usage of the nine gifts.

      I just throw those two cents in !

    3. Mark Phillips
      November 1st, 2012 @ 5:51 am

      I’ve not mentioned this book before ; but,given the show talks about hurricane Sandy,I just put a link here to David’s book ‘Why does God allow natural disasters?’

      http://www.amazon.com/DOES-ALLOW-NATURAL-DISASTERS-ebook/dp/B004R9Q76G/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1351766971&sr=8-2&keywords=disasters+pawson

    4. Dave
      November 4th, 2012 @ 8:18 am

      listened to the show about connection between sandy and new york and new jersey. Just read in mike huckabees book simple government that red states utah and mississpi abortion rates are 6 percent and that blue states new york and new jersey are 30 for new jersey and 33 for new york percent abortion rates. That could be a connection.

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