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Happy Thanksgiving to All of You Here

I have posted a special Thanksgiving Day Message here for you all.

We live one of the greatest countries in all of the world and we have so much to be thankful for. I hope this message reminds you of what we have here to be grateful unto our Lord for this week and each day of our lives here in this blessed land.

I figured this message might be an encouragement to many of you as we give thanks unto God for us being in a country where the gospel and liberty go together as a hand in a glove. God has done great things and by faith and hope even greater days are ahead.

Grace to you all and Happy Thanksgiving.


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Hi from Vermont

Hi to all here, and thanks to those who have made me feel welcome!
I have been a believer in polygyny for several years now. Has been a long journey: from being raised Roman Catholic, to believing in nothing, to marrying a seminarian (later a pastor) who divorced me after 23 years.

I am an older (66) woman and wonder if there is any hope for me to find a husband?

Also, I am helping in the Biblical Families. org room on Paltalk. We are open Saturdays from noon til 4 pm EDT, and Wednesday evenings 8-10ish EDT. The room is usually open early and we have had some lively discussions. I had hoped to meet more of you there. I hope that you will take some time to join us. Sometimes we get questions that only those living the lifestyle can really answer. Also I hope that we can be an encouragement for you.. :D


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Greetings in Yeshua/Jesus our hope and King,

I wanted to introduce myself to the group. I live in western Canada. I have been a Christian for most of my life. What i mean by that is that I started reading my Bible at 13 and have never really stopped.

We are expecting our first child and hoping another lady will join our family very soon. (We talk to her daily). These events are very exciting.

In other news, I am working on a book entitled "Morality and Marriage: What Does the Bible Say?" I have written about 162 pages and hope to share it with the group in the near future.

Thats all for now
Blessings in Him


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The Second Fundamental of the Faith: Hope

There she was, laying there on the bed with her teenager friends gathered around her. Thousands upon thousands had been praying for her yet the disease had never been healed. The medical staff had done all they could do for her. Many were very upset, especially her parents.

Yet then the young girl, full of faith and love turned to her people in the room and told them all: "Why do you look as if you have no hope. In a few minutes I shall be healed and with the Savior. Take the love among us and go share with the world."

Her words inspired many of her friends to go forth for missions, for other work in the cause of the gospel, and to walk in a spirit of hope with great anticipation that the best is not past but still to come in the future.

I am amazed at the times that saints walk around in despair. One theologian wisely said: "Those who live in depression are often failing to see that God’s providence is at work in their life."

The word hope comes from the word elpizo. The ultimate meaning of this term means to have confidence for the future. This young lady I spoke of above had a solid, deep, unwavering hope that she spread and lavished upon her friends as she departed this world to go home to see the Savior face to face.

Yet the ole enemy hates for believers to walk in hope. He wants everyone to be gloomy, downcast, bitter, angry, biting at one another, nit-picking, fault-finding, and even in utter despair.

But, Romans 8:1 teaches us that there is "now no condemntation for those in Christ Jesus. For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death" (Rom. 8:1-2). The ultimate freedom has been bought, applied, and revealed to us.

Sure, that is easy to see on the pages of Scripture. It is another thing to live in that spirit of hope, that spirit of anticipation for either Christ’s return or our death and reunion with him.
The stress of life often gets us down, the pressures of life drain us, and…


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