Body of Christ: “The World’s Churches are open to The World and Closed To Jesus.” (CSA Sermon August 29, 2015)

The Church Meetings are for The Born Again Bible Believers, Not The World. 

The CSA doors are open to Jesus and Closed to The World.

The World’s Churches are open to The World and Closed To Jesus. ~Body of Christ Sermon by Jerry Martin Gibson CSA, August 29, 2015

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First Step To Destroy America, Destroy The Language ~ Websters 1828 Dictionary

Change The Language, Destroy America……

Still do not believe Language and Meaning Important? Shape Society? Hijacked by Tyrants? “Good” from Websters 1828 Dictionary:

Good
GOOD, adjective

1. Valid; legally firm; not weak or defective; having strength adequate to its support; as a good title; a good deed; a good claim.

2. Valid; sound; not weak, false or fallacious; as a good argument.

3. Complete or sufficiently perfect in its kind; having the physical qualities best adapted to its design and use; opposed to bad, imperfect, corrupted, impaired. We say, good timber, good cloth, a good soil, a good color.

And God saw every thing that he had made, and

behold, it was very good Genesis 1:4.

4. Having moral qualities best adapted to its design and use, or the qualities which God’s law requires; virtuous; pious; religious; applied to persons, and opposed to bad, vitious, wicked, evil.

Yet peradventure for a good man some would

even dare to die. Romans 5:7.

5. Conformable to the moral law; virtuous; applied to actions.

In all things showing thyself a pattern of good works.

Titus 2:3.

Noah Webster’s Preface

In the year 1783, just at the close of the revolution, I published an elementary book for facilitating the acquisition of our vernacular tongue, and for correcting a vicious pronunciation, which prevailed extensively among the common people of this country. Soon after the publication of that work, I believe in the following year, that learned and respectable scholar, the Rev. Dr. Goodrich of Durham, one of the trustees of Yale College, suggested to me, the propriety and expediency of my compiling a dictionary, which should complete a system for the instruction of the citizens of this country in the language. At that time, I could not indulge the thought, much less the hope, of undertaking such a work ; as I was neither qualified by research, nor had I the means of support, during the execution of the work, had I been disposed to undertake it. For many years therefore, though I considered such a work as very desirable, yet it appeared to me impracticable; as I was under the necessity of devoting my time to other occupations for obtaining subsistence.

About twenty seven years ago, I began to think of attempting the compilation of a Dictionary. I was induced to this undertaking, not more by the suggestion of friends, than by my own experience of the want of such a work, while reading modern books of science. In this pursuit, I found almost insuperable difficulties, from the want of a dictionary, for explaining many new words, which recent discoveries in the physical sciences had introduced into use. To remedy this defect in part, I published my Compendious Dictionary in 1806; and soon after made preparations for undertaking a larger work.

My original design did not extend to an investigation of the origin and progress of our language; much less of other languages. I limited my views to the correcting of certain errors in the best English Dictionaries, and to the supplying of words in which they are deficient. But after writing through two letters of the alphabet, I determined to change my plan. I found myself embarrassed, at every step, for want of a knowledge of the origin of words, which Johnson, Bailey, Junius, Skinner and some other authors do not afford the means of obtaining. Then laying aside my manuscripts, and all books treating of language, except lexicons and dictionaries, I endeavored, by a diligent comparison of words, having the same or cognate radical letters, in about twenty languages, to obtain a more correct knowledge of the primary sense of original words, of the affinities between the English and many other languages, and thus to enable myself to trace words to their source.

I had not pursued this course more than three or four years, before I discovered that I had to unlearn a great deal that I had spent years in learning, and that it was necessary for me to go back to the first rudiments of a branch of erudition, which I had before cultivated, as I had supposed, with success.

I spent ten years in this comparison of radical words, and in forming a synopsis of the principal words in twenty languages, arranged in classes, under their primary elements or letters. The result has been to open what are to me new views of language, and to unfold what appear to be the genuine principles on which these languages are constructed.

After completing this synopsis, I proceeded to correct what I had written of the Dictionary, and to complete the remaining part of the work. But before I had finished it, I determined on a voyage to Europe, with the view of obtaining some books and some assistance which I wanted; of learning the real state of the pronunciation of our language in England, as well as the general state of philology in that country; and of attempting to bring about some agreement or coincidence of opinions, in regard to unsettled points in pronunciation and grammatical construction. In some of these objects I failed; in others, my designs were answered.

It is not only important, but, in a degree necessary, that the people of this country, should have an American Dictionary of the English Language; for, although the body of the language is the same as in England, and it is desirable to perpetuate that sameness, yet some differences must exist. Language is the expression of ideas; and if the people of one country cannot preserve an identity of ideas, they cannot retain an identity of language. Now an identity of ideas depends materially upon a sameness of things or objects with which the people of the two countries are conversant. But in no two portions of the earth, remote from each other, can such identity be found. Even physical objects must be different. But the principal differences between the people of this country and of all others, arise from different forms of government, different laws, institutions and customs. Thus the practice of hawking and hunting, the institution of heraldry, and the feudal system of England originated terms which formed, and some of which now form, a necessary part of the language of that country; but, in the United States, many of these terms are no part of our present language, — and they cannot be, for the things which they express do not exist in this country. They can be known to us only as obsolete or as foreign words. On the other hand, the institutions in this country which are new and peculiar, give rise to new terms or to new applications of old terms, unknown to the people of England; which cannot be explained by them and which will not be inserted in their dictionaries, unless copied from ours. Thus the terms, land-office; land-warrant; location of land; consociation of churches ; regent of a university; intendant of a city ; plantation, selectmen, senate, congress, court, assembly, escheat, &c. are either words not belonging to the language of England, or they are applied to things in this country which do not exist in that. No person in this country will be satisfied with the English definitions of the words congress, senate and assembly, court, &c. for although these are words used in England, yet they are applied in this country to express ideas which they do not express in that country. With our present constitutions of government, escheat can never have its feudal sense in the United States.

But this is not all. In many cases, the nature of our governments, and of our civil institutions, requires an appropriate language in the definition of words, even when the words express the same thing, as in England. Thus the English Dictionaries inform us that a Justice is one deputed by the king to do right by way of judgment — he is a Lord by his office — Justices of the peace are appointed by the king’s commission — language which is inaccurate in respect to this officer in the United States. So constitutionally is defined by Todd or Chalmers, legally, but in this country the distinction between constitution and law requires a different definition. In the United States, aplantation is a very different thing from what it is in England. The wordmarshal, in this country, has one important application unknown in England or in Europe.

A great number of words in our language require to be defined in a phraseology accommodated to the condition and institutions of the people in these states, and the people of England must look to an American Dictionary for a correct understanding of such terms.

The necessity therefore of a Dictionary suited to the people of the United States is obvious; and I should suppose that this fact being admitted, there could be no difference of opinion as to the time, when such a work ought to be substituted for English Dictionaries.

There are many other considerations of a public nature, which serve to justify this attempt to furnish an American Work which shall be a guide to the youth of the United States. Most of these are too obvious to require illustration.

One consideration however which is dictated by my own feelings, but which I trust will meet with approbation in correspondent feelings in my fellow citizens, ought not to be passed in silence. It is this. “The chief glory of a nation,” says Dr. Johnson, “arises from its authors.” With this opinion deeply impressed on my mind, I have the same ambition which actuated that great man when he expressed a wish to give celebrity to Bacon, to Hooker, to Milton and to Boyle.

I do not indeed expect to add celebrity to the names of Franklin, Washington, Adams, Jay, Madison, Marshall, Ramsay, Dwight, Smith, Trumbull, Hamilton, Belknap, Ames, Mason, Kent, Hare, Silliman, Cleaveland, Walsh, Irving, and many other Americans distinguished by their writings or by their science ; but it is with pride and satisfaction, that I can place them, as authorities, on the same page with those of Boyle, Hooker, Milton, Dryden, Addison, Ray, Milner, Cowpcr, Davy, Thomson and Jameson.

A life devoted to reading and to an investigation of the origin and principles of our vernacular language, and especially a particular examination of the best English writers, with a view to a comparison of their style and phraseology, with those of the best American writers, and with our colloquial usage, enables me to affirm with confidence, that the genuine English idiom is as well preserved by the unmixed English of this country, as it is by the best English writers. Examples to prove this fact will be found in the Introduction to this work. It is true, that many of our writers have neglected to cultivate taste, and the embellishments of style; but even these have written the language in its genuine idiom. In this respect, Franklin and Washington, whose language is their hereditary mother tongue, unsophisticated by modern grammar, present as pure models of genuine English, as Addison or Swift. But I may go farther, and affirm, with truth, that our country has produced some of the best models of composition. The style of President Smith ; of the authors of the Federalist ; of Mr. Ames; of Dr. Mason ; of Mr. Harper; of Chancellor Kent; [the prose] of Mr. Barlow; of the legal decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States ; of the reports of legal decisions in some of the particular states ; and many other writings ; in purity, in elegance and in technical precision, is equaled only by that of the best British authors, and surpassed by that of no English compositions of a similar kind.

The United States commenced their existence under circumstances wholly novel and unexampled in the history of nations. They commenced with civilization, with learning, with science, with constitutions of free government, and with that best gift of God to man, the christian religion. Their population is now equal to that of England; in arts and sciences, our citizens are very little behind the most enlightened people on earth; in some respects, they have no superiors; and our language, within two centuries, will be spoken by more people in this country, than any other language on earth, except the Chinese, in Asia, and even that may not be an exception.

It has been my aim in this work, now offered to my fellow citizens, to ascertain the true principles of the language, in its orthography and structure ; to purify it from some palpable errors, and reduce the number of its anomalies, thus giving it more regularity and consistency in its forms, both of words and sentences ; and in this manner, to furnish a standard of our vernacular tongue, which we shall not be ashamed to bequeath to three hundred millions of people, who are destined to occupy, and I hope, to adorn the vast territory within our jurisdiction.

If the language can be improved in regularity, so as to be more easily acquired by our own citizens, and by foreigners, and thus be rendered a more useful instrument for the propagation of science, arts, civilization and Christianity ; if it can be rescued from the mischievous influence of sciolists and that dabbling spirit of innovation which is perpetually disturbing its settled usages and filling it with anomalies; if, in short, our vernacular language can be redeemed from corruptions, and our philology and literature from degradation ; it would be a source of great satisfaction to me to be one among the instruments of promoting these valuable objects. If this object cannot be effected, and my wishes and hopes are to be frustrated, my labor will be lost, and this work must sink into oblivion.

This Dictionary, like all others of the kind, must be left, in some degree, imperfect ; for what individual is competent to trace to their source, and define in all their various applications, popular, scientific and technical, sixtyor seventy thousand words! It satisfies my mind that I have done all that my health, my talents and my pecuniary means would enable me to accomplish. I present it to my fellow citizens, not with frigid indifference, but with my ardent wishes for their improvement and their happiness; and for the continued increase of the wealth, the learning, the moral and religious elevation of character, and the glory of my country.

To that great and benevolent Being, who, during the preparation of this work, has sustained a feeble constitution, amidst obstacles and toils, disappointments, infirmities and depression; who has twice borne me and my manuscripts in safety across the Atlantic, and given me strength and resolution to bring the work to a close, I would present the tribute of my most grateful acknowledgments. And if the talent which he entrusted to my care, has not been put to the most profitable use in his service, I hope it has not been “kept laid up in a napkin,” and that any misapplication of it may be graciously forgiven.

New Haven, 1828. – N.WEBSTER.

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Man Should Not Use Words he Does Not Understand: ‘Love’

Introduction: 

Anyone that claims to ‘Love’ perfectly [I Will be like God] just placed themselves on par, equal to and on The Throne of God.   Sound familiar?  (Isaiah Chapter 14: 12-14 KJV)

Those that call themselves ‘Christian’ as well as The Lost misuse words and scripture by means of pride, arrogance, presumption and ignorance.  ‘Love’ is just such that case.  Encouraged and rooted in the father of lies much as with ‘the brotherhood of man’.

16 For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. ~ 1 John Chapter 2 KJV

and

8 He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love. ~ 1 John Chapter 4 KJV

Oh, God, how then may man know you?

Is not the heart of man exceedingly wicked?

Even the best of mans mortal-fleshy heart boasts of ‘Love’ yet harbours hate.

Lord, what you hate man loves,

What you Love man hates,

Love is hate, hate is Love then?

God forbid!

16 These six things doth the LORD hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him:

17 A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,

18 An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief,

19 A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren. ~Proverbs 6 KJV

Man, you speak, write, sing of ‘Love’ a word whose meaning is lost on you [Fallen Man].

We cannot know ‘Love’ until the day The Lord is revealed to us fully, all His attributes, presently known and unknown, are made manifest, made known to us in His Presence, in Glory.

Lord, you take what little of you that remains in us, sinful man, and Love us. How is this?  The ‘christian?’ of modernity has lost all fear of you.  Like chickens in a cage (self-made)  they strut and peck at small dispersed grains, never coming to the fullness of wisdom, knowledge, of who you are, never coming to worship you in Spirit and in Truth.  Is it not written:

7 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction. ~ Proverbs 1 KJV

In Reverence, Awe Struck Wonder, Jesus, Your Name, The Word of God man was meant to be, without how can man claim any knowledge, understanding at all?  Claim any right, right to use the word ‘Love’ in any manner separate from you?  Your Word?

Man, in your folly you speak of ‘Love this, Love that’ never realizing that it is not ‘Love’ at all.  For if man truly knew, understood ‘Love’ he would abide in The Word of God, fall prostrate at the feet of Jesus without fail, but, alas, not till we are before The Lord in Heaven or separated from Jesus in Hell will man finally understand; LOVE.  Now, I must make this clear.  Understanding ‘Love’ is far different than Knowing ‘Love’.  In Heaven you will Know Love, Jesus IS Love.  In Hell you will not Know Love, there is no Love in Hell!

Lastly, consider the Mercy and Grace poured out upon the repentant, Born Again Believer, Remnant Faithful in these ‘Perilous Times’ when Jesus gave us the greatest commandment:

35 Then one of them, which was a lawyer, asked him a question, tempting him, and saying,

36 Master, which is the great commandment in the law?

37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

38 This is the first and great commandment.  ~Matthew 22 KJV

Knowing how pitiful any attempt of man to ‘Love’ God would be.  It is Truth to say he ‘Loves’ sin expertly.

Repent and Believe, You Are Runnin’ Outta Time!  

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Fear of Men Romans ‘Ate’ (Originally posted on Knights O’ Quill)

Originally posted on Knights O’ Quill:

35 Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?

36 As it is written, For thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.

37 Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.

38 For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,

39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.  ~ Romans 8:35-39 KJV

~

Before The Cross, Apostles fled

Fear of Man in their heads.

Resurrection! Jesus Lives! fills, their hearts ‘stead

Apostles Faith, they bled

Fear of Man His Love Ate,

Found…

Romans Eight!

Cry Heaven!!

Open Thy Gate!!!

In Stately games Christians participate

Lions jaws, flesh they tore

Human torches burned for gore

Flesh cut asunder by Roman Sword

insert here:

For Love of Jesus!

Their Cross!!

Unto Death!!!

They bore!!!!

What of today? 2000 years ago your Book is Old!

Ah, foolish man, Old?

The Story by ‘His’tory  Told:

“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.”

Anew each day, before your eyes, Prophecy, yet to be fulfilled, Book is Old?

Book of Old?  Modern Man, Father of Lies by this you are told.

Blinded Lost Man, Open Your Eyes…Today HIS Scrolls Unfold!

Look around you, what has your utopia has spun?

Under Islam’s Sword,

Christian’s!

Women!!

Children!!!

From Bone and Life their flesh cut asunder…

Of The Book modern-man dares call Old

Absolute Truth found, more precious than Gold

Fear of Man?

Jesus says not

His Resurrection,

Victory,

Absolute Truth

Romans did 8!

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i am finished, i am done (Originally posted on Knights O’ Quill)

Originally posted on Knights O’ Quill:

i am finished, i am done

Stiff necked people

Thru and thru,

Upon your Rock,

Rod of Moses struck.

“Nothing new under the sun.”

Prophets of Baal

Elijah cleaned your clocks

Embrace Jezebel,

Engine Redlines,

Highway to Hell  Amerika IS Lost,

“The asshole is holy” Satanic prophet (Ginsberg) proclaims

kings of Sodom,

queens of Gomorrha,

you worship your vile, filthy, fleshly idols of

anus~n~cock

By God Jeremiah preached The Truth

Then and Now, Pastors—

no leaders with an honest tooth

‘cept Boaz and Ruth!

Belly of my Whale

Gastro-acid, Hot and Putrid swells

I know Jonah all too well

Still better than Neo-Nineveh,

Its Sin-Rotted people, you can tell,

By Death’s UnHoly Smell.

Sin made “i am” so small, (how) can God see me at all?

Your words “I AM”

In Glory, They Stand Above All, Magnificent and Tall!

insignificant “i am”,  My pride always leads me to The Fall

as if i could even stand at all.

This last warning heed

As the sun goes down,

darkness swallows the earth—

Before the hearse

Jesus First!

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As the Ruin Falls By C.S. Lewis

As the Ruin Falls

By C.S. Lewis
All this is flashy rhetoric about loving you.
I never had a selfless thought since I was born.
I am mercenary and self-seeking through and through:
I want God, you, all friends, merely to serve my turn.

Peace, re-assurance, pleasure, are the goals I seek,
I cannot crawl one inch outside my proper skin:
I talk of love —a scholar’s parrot may talk Greek—
But, self-imprisoned, always end where I begin.

Only that now you have taught me (but how late) my lack.
I see the chasm. And everything you are was making
My heart into a bridge by which I might get back
From exile, and grow man. And now the bridge is breaking.

For this I bless you as the ruin falls. The pains
You give me are more precious than all other gains.

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