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La Moldavia e' piena di belle donne,ma non mi pare che,al di fuori di un ristretto numero c he praticano la prostituzione,si possa parlare di un paese di puttane. Certo,io che sono italiano,devo riscontrare un diverso approccio co n i problemi del sesso.Non bisogna pero' dimenticare che,da quando esiste il mondo,esiste questa forma di commercio,che attraverso i secoli era mascherata da necessita' reali.
24.07.2014 13:52
Mark 10:5-6 It was because your hearts were hard that Moses wrote this law, Jesus replied. But at the beginning of creation God made them male and female. 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 Do you not know that the wicked will not inherit the kingdom of God? DO NOT BE DECEIVED; Neither the sexual immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor male prostitutes nor homosexual offenders nor thieves nor the greedy nor drunkards nor slanderers nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God. Matthew 4:17 From that time began to preach, "Repent for the kingdom of heaven is near." 1 Corinthians 6:11 And that is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.
22.06.2014 03:10
Thank you Vasile for explaining God's word. God bless you. From Savio in India
01.06.2014 09:10
The bible wasn't written by a pagan king, but was written by Pagans.
20.04.2014 18:34
it is the reading, meditating on and application of gods word in our lives that provides the opportunity for finding purpose, truth and salvation. Not merely reading it. The history of the bible shows it is the most printed book in the last 600 years but not the most widely read, sadly. Religious dogma has replaced truth of gods word, ritual and tradition. So obtain a good translation, read and seek to understand by letting the bible explain itself. Review key things because you will begin to understand who we are, why we need help and the consequences of not reaching out for that help now. Read, listen to gods word, obey and apply his principles then you will be blessed
30.03.2014 11:39
I wonder, if we can see signs of the Apocalypse coming, not only in social turmoil but in the natural world's decadence, Why is the church still encouraging women to have children? If we see millions of children without homes, How can it be good to encourage people to reproduce instead of adopting?
17.01.2014 18:46
If she is repulsed, there is no love. I guarantee that.
09.11.2013 20:36
IS PRAYING TO DEAD PEOPLE A SIN? Is it a sin to pray to the Virgin Mary and other dead saints? Matthew 4:10 Then Jesus said to him, "Go Satan! For it is written,' "You shall worship the Lord your God, and serve Him only.' " Praying to any person or anything is worship. WORSHIP DEFINED: To revere, stressing the feeling of awe or devotion. Adoring reverence or regard. Any worship of anyone or anything other than God is sin. The Virgin Mary is not God nor does she have the power to grant petitions of prayer. If men could pray to dead saints and get them answered, then why not pray to saint Moses, saint John The Baptist, saint Abraham, saint Job, saint Enoch, saint The Thief on The Cross or any other dead saint? Dead people cannot hear your prayers and if they could they would not have the power to answer them. Prayer is worship and only God deserves our worship. God knows our every thought. God is aware of every sin we commit. God knows our every move. God is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent. Those are the attributes of God and what you would need in order to answer prayer. Neither the Virgin Mary, Moses, John The Baptist nor any other dead saint has the attributes of God. They cannot hear you nor can they answer YOUR PRAYERS. YES, TO PRAY TO ANYONE OTHER THAN GOD IS A SIN! YOU ARE INVITED TO FOLLOW MY CHRISTIAN BLOG. http:/steve-finnell.blogspot.com
22.10.2013 02:53
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How far should Christians go in opposing the homosexual agenda?

30 mai 2012 | ora 07.10 | Priest Vasile Filat

Question:

I have some doubt about a subject and need some explanation. I understand the reasoning for opposing the “anti-discrimination” by Christians because homosexuality is an abomination (something disgusting). I also believe in individual freedoms, allowing a person to choose the way he wants to live, no matter his religion. A person has the right to be an atheist if he desires. How far should we as Christians go in opposing the homosexual agenda? This law promotes individual rights and freedoms of homosexuals over religious freedoms. According to this law, if a minister speaks out against icon worship, which would be an offense against the Orthodox Church, then there would be no legal repercussions but if the same minister speaks out against the sin of homosexuality, and homosexuals are offended, then there can be legal repercussions. I do not understand this logic because it seems like one group is favored over another.

Anyone who has been following the legal elements of the homosexual agenda in our country of Moldova and the world as a whole will know that they (homosexuals and their promoters) have a clear agenda in their activities.  They want to make immorality the norm so that the public in general will be open to accepting the sin of homosexuality as a normal, alternative lifestyle. We must admit that they have already gained much ground in this battle. Some long standing democratic countries have found themselves and their government under the control of almost dictatorial like pressure from the homosexual agenda. England is a good example of this. I would recommend that you read the following cases told by the lawyer, Alex Spak. He visited Moldova a few years ago and warned us (our society) of the dangers of adopting the anti-discrimination law.

The problem with the anti-discrimination law (reworded now as “equal rights and protection”) is that according to this law, the homosexuals are able to attack the fundamental rights of the country’s other citizens to disagree with their lifestyle choice. They will be able to mock the citizens who do not agree with their lifestyle and then hide behind their law in order to oppress the rebuttals (stifling open debate).

When Pastor Ake Green in Sweden preached about the sin of homosexuality in the church that leads, he was sentenced to three months in prison because the homosexuals appealed to anti-discrimination law in their country. Your rights end where my rights begin, as the saying goes. If you follow the homosexual movement you realize that homosexuals do not tolerate any opinion other than their own and when they are protected by this law, they begin to discriminate against others, openly.

We already feel the effects of this law within our country. One blogger was taken to court because he called out other citizens who openly promote the homosexual agenda. We see the dictatorial tendencies of the homosexual agenda at work, just a few days after the anti-discrimination law is passed. A television station was taken to court because of the text messages that scrolled across the screen while a report on a homosexual press conference was in progress. Again we see the dictatorial tendencies of the homosexual agenda at work. Just recently, I published a book, “What does the Bible say about homosexuality?” and from what I know, this is the first time that such a book has ever been published in Moldova, explaining homosexuality from a Biblical perspective. Guess what happened? When I wanted to offer this book in the city’s bookstores, I was refused. Why? The owners of the bookstores fear the repercussions of the homosexual agenda. Am I not being discriminated against even though I am a legal citizen of the country with freedom of expression? Christians do not oppose the anti-discrimination law because we are against homosexuals. We oppose this law because we are for freedom of expression, the right of conscious. As believers, we must stand for the rights and freedoms of our country’s citizens.

What should we do (as believers) in view of the homosexuals in our country? First of all, we need to pray for the homosexuals, that they will repent of their sinful way of life. Next, we need to share the Holy Scriptures with them, about the power of God which can set them free from their slavery to immorality and its lusts. Also, as believers and citizens, we must oppose this law for the good of the homosexuals and society as a whole. We must be ready to suffer persecution by the hands of the homosexuals as well as the government which is being manipulated by the homosexual agenda. Jesus Christ proclaimed that He would build His church and the gates of Hades would not overcome the Church so we must not fear. From the very beginning, the Church has suffered persecution and today, the Church is being persecuted in some countries because of the dictatorial tendencies of the homosexual agenda. We are called to stand firm on the Holy Scriptures and proclaim the Gospel with great zeal and courage no matter what persecution we face. May the Lord help us.

Translation by: Erik Brewer

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I pastor the ”Good News” Church in Chisinau, Moldova, I teach God's Word at the Inductive Bible Study Institute of Eurasia, and I also lead the "Precept Ministries in Moldova” Association. With God's help I founded the Taekwon-Do club " Stolas Leukas ""English for a New Life" School, the Computer School "ScripTehInfo", the International Sports Coaching School and the International Media School. I am married to Anastasia, and we have three children. Since April 2007 we have provided answers from the Bible on this website to 1174 questions submitted by readers. To learn more about me, please read here.
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