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Old 05-03-2007, 09:10 AM
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The Trinitarian Appreciation Thread - We Thank You.

We, as Oneness Pentecostals, owe a great debt of gratitude to our Trinitarian brethren for many things we take for granted today ... among these things are:

1. Multiple translations of the Bible [including the beloved KJV]
2. Hymnals and other worship resources
3. Countless books and literature that have blessed and inspired our lives
4. Worship songs and hymns that we sing and listen to ...
5. Models of ministry
6. Christian Radio and TV

Perhaps my grateful Oneness brethren can add to this list ....
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Old 05-03-2007, 09:18 AM
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how about example of benevolence ministries! We are dead last on that one for sure!
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how about example of benevolence ministries! We are dead last on that one for sure!
Absolutely ... the Salvation Army and other ministries ... like Angel Food Ministries are making a difference in communities.
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Old 05-03-2007, 09:30 AM
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We, as Oneness Pentecostals, owe a great debt of gratitude to our Trinitarian brethren for many things we take for granted today ... among these things are:

1. Multiple translations of the Bible [including the beloved KJV]
2. Hymnals and other worship resources
3. Countless books and literature that have blessed and inspired our lives
4. Worship songs and hymns that we sing and listen to ...
5. Models of ministry
6. Christian Radio and TV

Perhaps my grateful Oneness brethren can add to this list ....
This is true and nobody can deny it.
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I received a majority of my healing spiritually and emotionally while attending an Assembly Of God Church. The mercy, love, and compassion ministered to me. It was there I learned about God's grace...I was raised in a works based church and littel mention of grace was used nor was the concept taught on.

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Old 05-03-2007, 09:32 AM
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Thanks to Trinitarians for providing false doctrine so that the light of truth can shine even brighter.


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and who can forget the Azusa Street Revival ...
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Great thread.
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and who can forget the Azusa Street Revival ...
And here I thought that one was from God.
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And here I thought that one was from God.
you know what I meant RR ...
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