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It worked for Elizabeth Warren, too bad it didn't work for this lady:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/mum-falsely-claimed-white-son-154018071.html

if white people are so privileged, why would she claim minority status?
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Owner's Issues / Re: Tesla Solar Rental - No removal cost in Sept
« Last post by eyephone on Today at 03:49:09 PM »
I know many people are jumping on that monthly deal.
It’s one of those things. Get on the train before it’s too late.

It's October... is the no removal cost still in effect? I think so.

Si, message wood for referral code. $100 each way (new buyer and owner)
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Water Cooler / Re: God?
« Last post by Mety on Today at 03:44:53 PM »
Jesus and Father are ONE. They never disagree on ANYTHING. If you're going to say what about that time Jesus' prayer of "Remove this cup from me" was denied, then you don't really get the full story there and I would be glad to explain that correctly for you if you need.

If you say Jesus said this, but God the Father said that, then you should seriously ask yourself if you're Christian. That would be more like a Jewish perspective since they believe in God but don't believe Jesus is the Son of God.

You are missing my point. Not once did I say Jesus was lying or that he and God disagreed. What I did say is that it's possible that when it comes to final judgement, God may change his mind, and Jesus would agree with him.

That's neither a Christian or Jewish perspective... that's a "love all people" one.

God may change his mind? Wow, that's certainly not a Christian theology nor a love. Love is real when it's being kept. What Jesus said is what God said. What God said is never going to change. That is the REAL LOVE that His promise is being kept. Seriously, how did you come to such conclusion?


Why not? Anyone can change their mind. Or maybe we don't understand him enough to know what he will truly do when it comes down to it. Why are you so absolute? If God says something contrary to what he said previously, will you tell him he can't do that? Will your head explode?

So you believe that every person who does not believe in Jesus will not be saved. Does that include infants, mentally ill, or anyone who was never taught about Jesus?

You are very judgy.. that's not Christian-like either. :)

Here is one of the definitions of God:
God is not man, that he should lie, or a son of man, that he should change his mind. Has he said, and will he not do it? Or has he spoken, and will he not fulfill it? - Numbers 23:19

I already have covered previously of those infants, mentally ill and people who never heard about Jesus. But assuming you don't remember, here you go.

Infants who die early are saved. It is mentioned in the Bible when David's infant died. God also defends those who are weak. Someone who never heard about Jesus but are exposed to the goodness and those who admit their sinful nature before the Creator are also most likely saved. Job is one example in the Bible.

As I've mentioned before, there are many people who do "good" things like donating large sums of money to the poor and dedicate their lives for others and etc. while they don't believe in God or Jesus at all. These people are NOT saved UNLESS they admit their goodness comes from God alone and not themselves. Those who admit so, God will surely expose Jesus to them somewhere sometime in their life. Remember, God does not forsake those who seek Him. It's always the heart issue, my friend.

As for the Judge example I was asking, it's really referencing God. God is God not only because He keeps His words but also because He is perfectly holy. Perfectly holy means He has the perfect standard to bear with anyone. Since He is the loving Judge, He does want to forgive everyone. So He gave His Son for everyone. Now if you don't believe even after seeing His Son getting everyone's due judgment by dying in place of you, God has to bring due judgment everyone deserves eventually. BUT He is still waiting and waiting and waiting all these 2019+ years. 
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Recommendations: 1.6M-1.7M
« Last post by Happiness on Today at 03:41:59 PM »

I may be the only one here who feels like this, but I do not like the OH area. It's warmer and closer to fire hazard area.


No offense to IHO, but if he tells you not to buy somewhere, history says (Lagua Altura, La Vita) you should IMMEDIATELY BUY THERE.

But I do agree with IHO that QH is a lovely place.
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It worked for Elizabeth Warren, too bad it didn't work for this lady:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/mum-falsely-claimed-white-son-154018071.html

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Water Cooler / Re: God?
« Last post by Mety on Today at 03:25:37 PM »
That's not the same scenario. Try again and I'll answer if it's comparable.
It is.
But you don't want to admit it is.
Or you don't know it really is.
I really wish it's the latter.
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Owner's Issues / Re: Tesla Solar Rental - No removal cost in Sept
« Last post by jamesKirk on Today at 03:25:04 PM »
I’d need to see what my consumption is before considering solar. We may not even use as much energy as I think we do.

But if we did, a subscription wouldn’t be bad if it covered my entire bill every month so that I knew exactly what my electric bill would be every single month.

How much is your avg electric bill besides summer months?

No idea. Just moved. May make sense, may not for me.
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Water Cooler / Re: God?
« Last post by irvinehomeowner on Today at 03:16:58 PM »
That's not the same scenario. Try again and I'll answer if it's comparable.
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Water Cooler / Re: God?
« Last post by Mety on Today at 03:14:38 PM »
Jesus and Father are ONE. They never disagree on ANYTHING. If you're going to say what about that time Jesus' prayer of "Remove this cup from me" was denied, then you don't really get the full story there and I would be glad to explain that correctly for you if you need.

If you say Jesus said this, but God the Father said that, then you should seriously ask yourself if you're Christian. That would be more like a Jewish perspective since they believe in God but don't believe Jesus is the Son of God.

You are missing my point. Not once did I say Jesus was lying or that he and God disagreed. What I did say is that it's possible that when it comes to final judgement, God may change his mind, and Jesus would agree with him.

That's neither a Christian or Jewish perspective... that's a "love all people" one.

God may change his mind? Wow, that's certainly not a Christian theology nor a love. Love is real when it's being kept. What Jesus said is what God said. What God said is never going to change. That is the REAL LOVE that His promise is being kept. Seriously, how did you come to such conclusion?


Why not? Anyone can change their mind. Or maybe we don't understand him enough to know what he will truly do when it comes down to it. Why are you so absolute? If God says something contrary to what he said previously, will you tell him he can't do that? Will your head explode?

So you believe that every person who does not believe in Jesus will not be saved. Does that include infants, mentally ill, or anyone who was never taught about Jesus?

You are very judgy.. that's not Christian-like either. :)

Before I get into all details, let me ask you this question which might refresh your thoughts.

If there was a Judge who pardons everyone who committed murders and lets them go free, would you think of that Judge as a forgiving and loving judge? Or would you say he/she is more like someone who can’t do the job right?
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I know many people are jumping on that monthly deal.
It’s one of those things. Get on the train before it’s too late.

It's October... is the no removal cost still in effect? I think so.
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