Dr. Brown Takes Your Calls and Answers Your Questions

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When the New Testament talks about believers keeping the commandments of God, what commandments does that mean? And what’s wrong with a One State solution for Israel and the Palestinians rather than a Two State solution? Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: I do not expect things to calm down much in the world in the coming days, but I expect constant peace in God’s presence.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Expect increasing pressure from every side; expect more grace from a consistent, loving God.

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9 Comments
  1. I think the solution to Israel and the Palestinians, is for everyone to remember that God gave the promised land to those that were of Sarah, and the land that has so many oil wells to those who were of Hagar.

    I’ve heard that said on TBN, and I believe that therein is the solution.

  2. The Coexist Mantra does not understand that Holy cannot coexist with filth. Sin is death, God is life. These are days in where there will be a seperation from what is Holy and good, to what is evil and utter destruction. This is a time for the final curtain.

  3. Israel is tolerant. I have not heard of Jewish suicide bombers ever since I became an adult. They may co-exist but the Palestinians with their extremist inclinations declare Jihad on all infidels. Israel’s flag has been burned everytime there are jihadists assembling in Palestine.

    And definitely, Israel is labelled an foreign occupier. But Palestine never was a nation like Israel, Iran, Iraq. Sure there were kings in times past but they were not a nation.

  4. Jon,

    >>These are days in where there will be a seperation from what is Holy and good, to what is evil and utter destruction. This is a time for the final curtain.

    “The final curtain”? That sounds like “the final solution.”

    Jon! You are scaring me!

    What about “Blessed are the peacemakers?”

    Rather than abandoning the verses about loving our enemies in dark times like these, I think we need to heed those verses more than ever.

  5. Greg, no one suggested anything about abandoning verses. I believe the Lord is separating the sheep from the goats and will continue to do so in these end times.

    I believe the peace makers Jesus talked about will still be blessed just as he said, and they will not be all about compromise, or mixing clean with unclean, or pure with impure.

  6. Ray,

    >>Greg, no one suggested anything about abandoning verses.

    When Christians say things like “war is the only way to peace” I heard that as abandoning the peace teachings of Jesus.

    Turning the to other cheek, blessing your enemy, doing good to your enemy… remain a way to peace, even in times of war.

    Especially in times of war!

    But I don’t here any Christians apply those verses to the current conflict with Hamas.

    So, yes, it seems like the church is abandoning some verses in the bible.

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