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 No.6640[Reply]

Hello, this thread is for any suggestions or complaints about the moderation. You can also use this as a way to contact the moderation rather than posting elsewhere in the board and simply hoping I will see it.

We do not have an official Discord or IRC, but any user can feel free to make one and post its link.

If you need to contact me outside the board: LoveJesus@8chan.co

Thank you and may God bless.

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 No.19965

>>19963

Anyone who can't be bothered to scroll down shouldn't be on the internet in the first place. Phone posters don't count because phone posting is a sin.




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 No.15989[Reply]

Post your prayers for other Anons to pray for, if the mods could make this a cycling thread that would be great.

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 No.19966

>>19960

Mary would not endorse suicide. Something was lying to you.




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 No.19972[Reply]

Look at this ASS



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 No.19970[Reply]

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 No.19971

My body, my rules.




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 No.16273[Reply]

How do I find the aryan christian q.t. virgins that every one is talkin about? I'm day 55 of no FAP and I'm not sure I can do this the rest of my life. I checked out my campus christian group and it's full of sluts and lesbians…

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 No.16285

>>16278

Linking that board is redundant, regular Christianity is as white as it will ever be, there is not "whiter" version of it.


 No.16286

>>16284

I am black and jewish, stop bullying me bigot.


 No.16287

File: c7d3ab70ad51123⋯.jpg (16.71 KB, 256x352, 8:11, link.jpg)

>aryan

>christian

>q.t.

>virgin

In the five days that I've been here at /christ/, I've seen some preddy gud jokes. This is one of them. Keep on being jokesters, my good friends! Ha ha!


 No.19701

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>16287

its day 319 and still havent found any, ill keep submitting reports as the search continues.


 No.19969

>>16273

Deus Vult




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 No.19964[Reply]

JFK Jr Mount Rushmore connection. Coincidence? Pay attention to when JFK Jr. Went and what the photo shoot was "for"

https://www.yankton.net/news/article_2e742b2b-047f-5106-aaa7-36a017566208.html

 No.19967

>>19964

>1999

So what? Fucking Q-LARPers.




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 No.19883[Reply]

When you pray to him, I mean venerate his idol, I mean icon, he goes straight to Jesus and tells him to send you to hell for praying to him.

 No.19890

Steven Anderson is somewhat worshipped but I am just so grateful he got me into Christ.


 No.19958

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>>19890

I think he's silly but I like him.


 No.19959

>>19883

If I met him, I would punch him in the face in front of his wife and children and say, "Now turn the other cheek, bitch."




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 No.19506[Reply]

I apologize if this isn't the board for this, but I've been lurking for a little over a year now and wanted to make a post. I'm 23, college graduate from the University of Kansas, Christian and feel this overwhelming since of loneliness.

I'm lonely /Christ/. I understand this post might get made fun of but I have nowhere else to turn to. My parents think I'm a right wing extremist, my Church put the gilette ad on today and the pastor praised it, and I'm surrounded by a community of third wave feminists (Lawrence is the liberal spot in Kansas).

I believe in God. I consider myself a traditionalist right wing Christian and I've left my old church after the pastor started talking about "toxic masculinity". I long for a wife. My God, how I long to be able to call myself a husband… a father. To fulfill my spiritual roll as a man. My biological role as a man. But society has deemed such a role unneeded. "No future exists for the cis white boys in this classroom" so would say my professor.

I don't know what I expected from posting here. I guess to just see if anyone could relate or if I was just screaming into the void. I fear it's the latter. I brought this up awhile ago on halfchan /pol/ and it just felt like screaming into the void.

Lost 70 pounds, doing /fit/ness, NoFap, lift, decent paying job for somebody right out of college and ain't totally ugly. Still though, can't find a tradwife.

TLDR; I'm lonely and long for a trad wife. Just screaming into the void hoping somebody can relate.

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 No.19698

>>19691

Glad to see your still at it, still living in the van?


 No.19699

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>>19698

hell yah nigga , still trying to get closer to jesus and livin in my car. have you decided to stop living in the root control grid as well?


 No.19704

>>19699

>Muslim meme

wew lad


 No.19725

>>19699

The Lord's Father is EA


 No.19957

Pray, read scripture, and stand firm in Christ.

God has a plan for all of us even if we don't understand it.

Even in bad times, God is working through it all to build you up.

Trust in Jesus. God is our strength and our shield FOREVER!




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 No.19551[Reply]

https://youtu.be/ygZNVbBcJ4I

Who is using this thing? It has an app that lets you talk to God.

 No.19891

Rip terry


 No.19956

It's not an app. It's an operating system. RIP Terry.




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 No.15131[Reply]

>calling God "She"

My jimmies are in full on rustled mode.

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 No.19913

>>19907

>taking the creation story literally

I bet you believe Earth is flat, too.


 No.19914

>>19888

It's the oldest structured religion, yeah. Before that, most religions in the world were hodge-podges of various pagan religions, animism, sun worship, etc.


 No.19951

>>19913

>haha you actually believe in the words of the bible

>you believe Earth is flat!

You just said I take the bible literally, so I believe when it says the "circle of the earth" you dumb bible hating jew.


 No.19952

>>19951

Circles are flat. Earth is spherical.


 No.19953

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Enjoy.




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 No.19893[Reply]

Historic cathedral in massive fire

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47941794

A fire has broken out at the famous Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris and has spread rapidly across the building.

The cause is not yet clear, but officials say that it could be linked to renovation work.

A major operation to tackle the blaze is under way at the 850-year-old Gothic building, but the cathedral's spire and roof have collapsed.

Last year, the Catholic Church in France appealed for funds to save the building, which was crumbling.

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 No.19946

>>19944

Really?

>>19938

>I'm going to slap your shit

Just a little while ago.


 No.19947

>>19945

>You have literally never spoken to a Muslim in your life

Unfortunately that's not true. I live in a city which received a lot of refugees as a result of the Iraq War. The first encounter I had with a Muslim was coming across 4 arabic men arguing about which religion was "number one". It was 2 caldeans and 2 muslims arguing. I chuckled at this sight of 3rd world bickering brought into my life, and the Muslim quickly threatened me. This was the first of many encounters. They are a violent people.


 No.19948

>>19947

Sorry, kid, but I don't believe you. Your story is just too /pol/ to be real. I've known Muslims my whole life and none of them have ever been anything other than friendly and welcoming.


 No.19949

>>19947

I'm a Catholic who lives in Tripoli and you are an absolute liar. gb2 /pol/.


 No.19950

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>>19948

>>19949

Its true, that happened in high school. I also had a car of two Muslim men force my friend and I off the road when they saw us singing in the car. They thought we were mocking them or something. They blocked my car from exiting the parking lot. They got out and threw a lighter at my car and dented it. They just love to fight over basically nothing.

As I got older, I saw more and more instances of Muslim violence. Then when eventually discovered that its a universal feature, e.g. Memri TV. I mean, can you show me a single Christian shoe fight?




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 No.19915[Reply]

Saint John Wesley was an English cleric, theologian and evangelist who was a leader of a revival movement within the Church of England known as Methodism. The societies he founded became the dominant form of the independent Methodist movement that continues to present. He held that, in this life, Christians could achieve a state where the love of God "reigned supreme in their hearts", giving them outward holiness. His evangelicalism, firmly grounded in sacramental theology, maintained that means of grace were the manner by which God sanctifies and transforms the believer, encouraging people to experience Jesus Christ personally. His teachings are collectively known as Wesleyanism.

Some famous quotes of St. Wesley:

>Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.

>What one generation tolerates, the next generation will embrace.

>The church changes the world not by making converts but by making disciples.

>Give me one hundred preachers who fear nothing but sin and desire nothing but God, and I care not whether they be clergymen or laymen, they alone will shake the gates of Hell and set up the kingdom of Heaven upon Earth.



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 No.19911[Reply]

FINAL POST

You’ve heard rags-to-riches stories. Today, we celebrate the reverse.

James of Oldo was born into a well-to-do family near Milan in 1364. He married a woman who like him, appreciated the comforts that came with wealth. But an outbreak of the plague drove James, his wife, and their three children out of their home and into the countryside. Despite those precautions, two of his daughters died from the plague. James determined to use whatever time he had left to build up treasures in heaven and to build God’s realm on earth.

He and his wife became Secular Franciscans. James gave up his old lifestyle and did penance for his sins. He cared for a sick priest, who taught him Latin. Upon the death of his wife, James himself became a priest. His house was transformed into a chapel where small groups of people, many of them fellow Secular Franciscans, came for prayer and support. James focused on caring for the sick and for prisoners of war. He died in 1404 after contracting a disease from one of his patients.

James Oldo was beatified in 1933.

HAVE A BLESSED HOLY WEEKEND



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 No.19905[Reply]

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (19 June 1834[1] – 31 January 1892) was an English Particular Baptist preacher. Spurgeon remains highly influential among Christians of various denominations, among whom he is known as the "Prince of Preachers". He was a strong figure in the Reformed Baptist tradition, defending the Church in agreement with the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith understanding, and opposing the liberal and pragmatic theological tendencies in the Church of his day.

https://www.spurgeon.org/

 No.19909

Lmao




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 No.19903[Reply]

Benedict Joseph Labre was truly eccentric, one of God’s special little ones. Born in France and the eldest of 18 children, he studied under his uncle, a parish priest. Because of poor health and a lack of suitable academic preparation he was unsuccessful in his attempts to enter the religious life. Then, at age 16, a profound change took place. Benedict lost his desire to study and gave up all thoughts of the priesthood, much to the consternation of his relatives.

He became a pilgrim, traveling from one great shrine to another, living off alms. He wore the rags of a beggar and shared his food with the poor. Filled with the love of God and neighbor, Benedict had special devotion to the Blessed Mother and to the Blessed Sacrament. In Rome, where he lived in the Colosseum for a time, he was called “the poor man of the Forty Hours devotion” and “the beggar of Rome.” The people accepted his ragged appearance better than he did. His excuse to himself was that “our comfort is not in this world.”

On April 16, 1783, the last day of his life, Benedict dragged himself to a church in Rome and prayed there for two hours before he collapsed, dying peacefully in a nearby house. Immediately after his death, the people proclaimed him a saint.

Benedict Joseph Labre was canonized by Pope Leo XIII in 1881. His Liturgical Feast Day is April 16.



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