Pain cured on a limb and a prayer

Beth Borrett can exercise again without pain after her Achilles was ‘miraculously cured’ at a prayer meeting

Beth Borrett can exercise again without pain after her Achilles was ‘miraculously cured’ at a prayer meeting

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A fitness fanatic’s aching Achilles was “miraculously cured” at a prayer session.

Beth Borrett suffered from the constant ache of Achilles tendinitis after a cheerleading stunt went wrong.

But she claims she has been given a new lease of life after a “tingling sensation” during a church ceremony removed the pain which had plagued her for five years.

The 25-year-old, from Horsham, severely injured her right ankle when she was dropped during a stunt by her university cheerleading team. The pain was so bad, Beth gave up running. She said conventional medicine only dulled the pain for a couple of weeks before it returned again.

But she claimed that the pain finally subsided at a prayer meeting at St Peter’s Church in Brighton about six weeks ago.

She said: “I had been to the church when they had prayer meetings before but although I felt I should go up, I had never wanted to.

“On this particular occasion they wanted anybody who had a word for God to start their healing and people went up and said different words and somebody said ‘tendon’.

“I already felt a nudge that I should go up but was still resisting until I heard that. I went up and somebody came over to pray for me and I just felt a tingling sensation from my ankle and up my leg as she was praying.

“I started to move my ankle around and there wasn’t a dull ache any more after learning to live with it for five years.”

Beth has now resumed her running, taking on 5km runs, and has also felt empowered enough to start praying for other people now.

She said: “I think for me, maybe, I asked for healing before but the moment wasn’t right. I didn’t want it enough.

“But now I was in quite a vulnerable place and I think I really wanted God to show me he was still there and that he does still care for me.

“I had accepted that I would always have this problem with my ankle and he has shown he is still watching over me.”

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8:38am Wed 27 Aug 14

tulgy99 says...

obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle tulgy99
  • Score: -33

9:04am Wed 27 Aug 14

Libertarian Patriot says...

It is a sad thing when someone of faith is healed and another sees fit to respond in an agressive and rude manner (tulgy99) as we see in the comment above. Why is this woman "moron?"

The state of our country suggests that it might not be a bad thing if there were more people like Beth who is willing to relate some good news. Jesus healed many people out of his love and compassion for them as well as giving a horribly messed up world a sign of a better way.

The message of Jesus is love not judging another because they have been healed. To be a citizen of the Kingdomn of God is to put aside selfish ambition, hatred, rudeness to our fellow human beings, pride (yes, that too), anger, malice. To be willing to be transformed from where you are today to someone better tomorrow. We have all been born into one bad state or another but we do not have to remain there.

But it takes too many people to reach rockbottom before they turn to God for help. Jesus said the road to transformation and eternal life is a narrow one and it is often hard for many to accept that this man of love was not an "anything goes" kinda guy. It takes discipline and a willingness to change to understand what the faith is all about. As the Apostle said, it will all seem like foolishness to those who want to remain on the outside.

I am pleased for Beth. Her testimony is not uncommon but I find it astounding that it has been reported in the Argus. Such a story demonstrates balance--a rare thing in today's Orwellian PC media!
It is a sad thing when someone of faith is healed and another sees fit to respond in an agressive and rude manner (tulgy99) as we see in the comment above. Why is this woman "moron?" The state of our country suggests that it might not be a bad thing if there were more people like Beth who is willing to relate some good news. Jesus healed many people out of his love and compassion for them as well as giving a horribly messed up world a sign of a better way. The message of Jesus is love not judging another because they have been healed. To be a citizen of the Kingdomn of God is to put aside selfish ambition, hatred, rudeness to our fellow human beings, pride (yes, that too), anger, malice. To be willing to be transformed from where you are today to someone better tomorrow. We have all been born into one bad state or another but we do not have to remain there. But it takes too many people to reach rockbottom before they turn to God for help. Jesus said the road to transformation and eternal life is a narrow one and it is often hard for many to accept that this man of love was not an "anything goes" kinda guy. It takes discipline and a willingness to change to understand what the faith is all about. As the Apostle said, it will all seem like foolishness to those who want to remain on the outside. I am pleased for Beth. Her testimony is not uncommon but I find it astounding that it has been reported in the Argus. Such a story demonstrates balance--a rare thing in today's Orwellian PC media! Libertarian Patriot
  • Score: 11

9:07am Wed 27 Aug 14

nissancars says...

tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
[quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone nissancars
  • Score: 9

9:07am Wed 27 Aug 14

nissancars says...

tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
[quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone nissancars
  • Score: -5

9:07am Wed 27 Aug 14

nissancars says...

tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
[quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone nissancars
  • Score: -12

9:10am Wed 27 Aug 14

Libertarian Patriot says...

nissancars wrote:
tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
What opinion do you feel is wrong?

Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed.
[quote][p][bold]nissancars[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone[/p][/quote]What opinion do you feel is wrong? Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed. Libertarian Patriot
  • Score: 3

9:18am Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Who cares how she was cured?
Who cares how she was cured? ok,jared
  • Score: -66

9:22am Wed 27 Aug 14

gazzamagoo says...

Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles... gazzamagoo
  • Score: -2

9:27am Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
" you women and kids in Syria"

Different god, sorry.

Ours is benign and loving.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]" you women and kids in Syria" Different god, sorry. Ours is benign and loving. HTH ok,jared
  • Score: -81

9:30am Wed 27 Aug 14

nissancars says...

gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
amen to that
[quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]amen to that nissancars
  • Score: 14

9:30am Wed 27 Aug 14

nissancars says...

gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
amen to that
[quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]amen to that nissancars
  • Score: 7

9:30am Wed 27 Aug 14

nissancars says...

gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
amen to that
[quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]amen to that nissancars
  • Score: -4

9:31am Wed 27 Aug 14

Craig_Futurists says...

Can't explain it - must be god
Can't explain it - must be god Craig_Futurists
  • Score: 6

9:42am Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Libertarian Patriot wrote:
nissancars wrote:
tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
What opinion do you feel is wrong?

Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed.
I see the question was avoided.

It's because he cannot prove that God didn't heal her.
[quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nissancars[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone[/p][/quote]What opinion do you feel is wrong? Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed.[/p][/quote]I see the question was avoided. It's because he cannot prove that God didn't heal her. ok,jared
  • Score: -108

10:05am Wed 27 Aug 14

tykemison says...

Beth,is there any chance you can persuade the locals to accompany you into Gods house to relieve them of their ills? Hopefully,word of this miracle will spread and will boost the local coffee and processed food outlets profits,kerching.
Beth,is there any chance you can persuade the locals to accompany you into Gods house to relieve them of their ills? Hopefully,word of this miracle will spread and will boost the local coffee and processed food outlets profits,kerching. tykemison
  • Score: -3

10:07am Wed 27 Aug 14

Morpheus says...

Glory be to God, He moves in mysterious ways.
Glory be to God, He moves in mysterious ways. Morpheus
  • Score: 1

10:08am Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

nissancars wrote:
tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
So tell us why you think her opinion was 'wrong'.
[quote][p][bold]nissancars[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone[/p][/quote]So tell us why you think her opinion was 'wrong'. ok,jared
  • Score: -100

10:49am Wed 27 Aug 14

nissancars says...

ok,jared wrote:
Libertarian Patriot wrote:
nissancars wrote:
tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
What opinion do you feel is wrong?

Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed.
I see the question was avoided.

It's because he cannot prove that God didn't heal her.
i cant prove god never healed her.but can you prove he did ?.its her opinion he did and my opinion we all want to believe in some god when were suffering a traumatic thing in our personal lives.im not very religious but when a loved one dies,i pray that they will be alright on their journey to wherever they go if anywhere
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nissancars[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone[/p][/quote]What opinion do you feel is wrong? Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed.[/p][/quote]I see the question was avoided. It's because he cannot prove that God didn't heal her.[/p][/quote]i cant prove god never healed her.but can you prove he did ?.its her opinion he did and my opinion we all want to believe in some god when were suffering a traumatic thing in our personal lives.im not very religious but when a loved one dies,i pray that they will be alright on their journey to wherever they go if anywhere nissancars
  • Score: 6

11:15am Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

nissancars wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
Libertarian Patriot wrote:
nissancars wrote:
tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone
What opinion do you feel is wrong?

Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed.
I see the question was avoided.

It's because he cannot prove that God didn't heal her.
i cant prove god never healed her.but can you prove he did ?.its her opinion he did and my opinion we all want to believe in some god when were suffering a traumatic thing in our personal lives.im not very religious but when a loved one dies,i pray that they will be alright on their journey to wherever they go if anywhere
That doesn't explain why you think that God didn't heal her.
[quote][p][bold]nissancars[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nissancars[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]shes not a moron. she believes and although i think her opinion is wrong.we all want to believe in some higher power being at the end of our prayers. the main thing is the womans pain and suffering has gone[/p][/quote]What opinion do you feel is wrong? Agree with your bottom line: she has been healed.[/p][/quote]I see the question was avoided. It's because he cannot prove that God didn't heal her.[/p][/quote]i cant prove god never healed her.but can you prove he did ?.its her opinion he did and my opinion we all want to believe in some god when were suffering a traumatic thing in our personal lives.im not very religious but when a loved one dies,i pray that they will be alright on their journey to wherever they go if anywhere[/p][/quote]That doesn't explain why you think that God didn't heal her. ok,jared
  • Score: -84

12:02pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Levent says...

tulgy99 wrote:
obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle
If you must insult, at least learn how to use a capital and an apostrophe...MORON!
[quote][p][bold]tulgy99[/bold] wrote: obviously God didn't have better things to do than cure this morons ankle[/p][/quote]If you must insult, at least learn how to use a capital and an apostrophe...MORON! Levent
  • Score: 3

12:05pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nikski says...

ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo

What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again.
There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.
ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again. There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are. Nikski
  • Score: 68

12:22pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Nikski wrote:
ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo

What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again.
There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.
Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written:

https://www.google.c
o.uk/search?q=nikski
+argus&ie=utf-8&oe=u
tf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mo
zilla:en-US:official
&client=firefox-a&ch
annel=sb&gfe_rd=cr&e
i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI
DACg
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again. There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.[/p][/quote]Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written: https://www.google.c o.uk/search?q=nikski +argus&ie=utf-8&oe=u tf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mo zilla:en-US:official &client=firefox-a&ch annel=sb&gfe_rd=cr&e i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI DACg ok,jared
  • Score: -38

12:33pm Wed 27 Aug 14

asterixobelix says...

ok,jared wrote:
Nikski wrote:
ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo

What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again.
There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.
Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written:

https://www.google.c

o.uk/search?q=nikski

+argus&ie=utf-8&
amp;oe=u
tf-8&aq=t&rl
s=org.mo
zilla:en-US:official

&client=firefox-
a&ch
annel=sb&gfe_rd=
cr&e
i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI

DACg
What this post has sadly shown is the sheer intolerance of religious belief. Brighton supposedly is meant to be a town of great tolerance...in terms of gender, race, sexuality but clearly this tolerance doesn't extend to religion. This girl has her beliefs...they don't hurt anyone, she's not insulting nor trying to convert anyone. Yet people feel the need to attack her. My question to those of you who have insulted her or her beliefs is....why? What has she done to so annoy or upset you?
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again. There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.[/p][/quote]Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written: https://www.google.c o.uk/search?q=nikski +argus&ie=utf-8& amp;oe=u tf-8&aq=t&rl s=org.mo zilla:en-US:official &client=firefox- a&ch annel=sb&gfe_rd= cr&e i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI DACg[/p][/quote]What this post has sadly shown is the sheer intolerance of religious belief. Brighton supposedly is meant to be a town of great tolerance...in terms of gender, race, sexuality but clearly this tolerance doesn't extend to religion. This girl has her beliefs...they don't hurt anyone, she's not insulting nor trying to convert anyone. Yet people feel the need to attack her. My question to those of you who have insulted her or her beliefs is....why? What has she done to so annoy or upset you? asterixobelix
  • Score: 25

12:39pm Wed 27 Aug 14

notaconspiracy says...

I recognise one of our regular keyboard warriors, I think, but with a new name?
I recognise one of our regular keyboard warriors, I think, but with a new name? notaconspiracy
  • Score: 20

12:41pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

notaconspiracy wrote:
I recognise one of our regular keyboard warriors, I think, but with a new name?
Do you mean someone who can argue the facts and point out the flaws in the arguments of others?

That isn't what a keyboard warrior is.
[quote][p][bold]notaconspiracy[/bold] wrote: I recognise one of our regular keyboard warriors, I think, but with a new name?[/p][/quote]Do you mean someone who can argue the facts and point out the flaws in the arguments of others? That isn't what a keyboard warrior is. ok,jared
  • Score: -15

12:42pm Wed 27 Aug 14

earloflucan says...

I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah! earloflucan
  • Score: 13

12:45pm Wed 27 Aug 14

earloflucan says...

Hallelujah!
Hallelujah! earloflucan
  • Score: 2

12:47pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
[quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god. ok,jared
  • Score: -24

12:51pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Cave Johnson says...

The implication is that those praying for a dying child dont really want it enough, or dont deserve it. Tell me, how many prayers are needed to grow back a missing limb?
The implication is that those praying for a dying child dont really want it enough, or dont deserve it. Tell me, how many prayers are needed to grow back a missing limb? Cave Johnson
  • Score: 6

12:53pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Cave Johnson wrote:
The implication is that those praying for a dying child dont really want it enough, or dont deserve it. Tell me, how many prayers are needed to grow back a missing limb?
Try it, and let us know.
[quote][p][bold]Cave Johnson[/bold] wrote: The implication is that those praying for a dying child dont really want it enough, or dont deserve it. Tell me, how many prayers are needed to grow back a missing limb?[/p][/quote]Try it, and let us know. ok,jared
  • Score: -11

1:00pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

Libertarian Patriot wrote:
It is a sad thing when someone of faith is healed and another sees fit to respond in an agressive and rude manner (tulgy99) as we see in the comment above. Why is this woman "moron?"

The state of our country suggests that it might not be a bad thing if there were more people like Beth who is willing to relate some good news. Jesus healed many people out of his love and compassion for them as well as giving a horribly messed up world a sign of a better way.

The message of Jesus is love not judging another because they have been healed. To be a citizen of the Kingdomn of God is to put aside selfish ambition, hatred, rudeness to our fellow human beings, pride (yes, that too), anger, malice. To be willing to be transformed from where you are today to someone better tomorrow. We have all been born into one bad state or another but we do not have to remain there.

But it takes too many people to reach rockbottom before they turn to God for help. Jesus said the road to transformation and eternal life is a narrow one and it is often hard for many to accept that this man of love was not an "anything goes" kinda guy. It takes discipline and a willingness to change to understand what the faith is all about. As the Apostle said, it will all seem like foolishness to those who want to remain on the outside.

I am pleased for Beth. Her testimony is not uncommon but I find it astounding that it has been reported in the Argus. Such a story demonstrates balance--a rare thing in today's Orwellian PC media!
'Orwellian' ? ISIS have faith, I suspect that religion has caused more misery in the last 2000 years than anything else.
I have 'Christian values' but don't believe in 'Miracles'.
[quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: It is a sad thing when someone of faith is healed and another sees fit to respond in an agressive and rude manner (tulgy99) as we see in the comment above. Why is this woman "moron?" The state of our country suggests that it might not be a bad thing if there were more people like Beth who is willing to relate some good news. Jesus healed many people out of his love and compassion for them as well as giving a horribly messed up world a sign of a better way. The message of Jesus is love not judging another because they have been healed. To be a citizen of the Kingdomn of God is to put aside selfish ambition, hatred, rudeness to our fellow human beings, pride (yes, that too), anger, malice. To be willing to be transformed from where you are today to someone better tomorrow. We have all been born into one bad state or another but we do not have to remain there. But it takes too many people to reach rockbottom before they turn to God for help. Jesus said the road to transformation and eternal life is a narrow one and it is often hard for many to accept that this man of love was not an "anything goes" kinda guy. It takes discipline and a willingness to change to understand what the faith is all about. As the Apostle said, it will all seem like foolishness to those who want to remain on the outside. I am pleased for Beth. Her testimony is not uncommon but I find it astounding that it has been reported in the Argus. Such a story demonstrates balance--a rare thing in today's Orwellian PC media![/p][/quote]'Orwellian' ? ISIS have faith, I suspect that religion has caused more misery in the last 2000 years than anything else. I have 'Christian values' but don't believe in 'Miracles'. Nosfaratu
  • Score: 12

1:04pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

Morpheus wrote:
Glory be to God, He moves in mysterious ways.
Like you in the 'Matrix'.
[quote][p][bold]Morpheus[/bold] wrote: Glory be to God, He moves in mysterious ways.[/p][/quote]Like you in the 'Matrix'. Nosfaratu
  • Score: 1

1:10pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

ok,jared wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god.[/p][/quote]I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'. Nosfaratu
  • Score: 3

1:13pm Wed 27 Aug 14

mhaiti says...

earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
Same god i'm afraid, just different books...
[quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]Same god i'm afraid, just different books... mhaiti
  • Score: 10

1:14pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Nosfaratu wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.
No, there are no such verses from the Christian God, sorry.

I wasn't surprised to see you ignore what the qoran says.
[quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god.[/p][/quote]I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.[/p][/quote]No, there are no such verses from the Christian God, sorry. I wasn't surprised to see you ignore what the qoran says. ok,jared
  • Score: -6

1:15pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

mhaiti wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
Same god i'm afraid, just different books...
And different interpretations and attitudes.

Islam was founded and sustained on violence, right up to the present day.
[quote][p][bold]mhaiti[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]Same god i'm afraid, just different books...[/p][/quote]And different interpretations and attitudes. Islam was founded and sustained on violence, right up to the present day. ok,jared
  • Score: -12

1:56pm Wed 27 Aug 14

tinker111 says...

Morpheus wrote:
Glory be to God, He moves in mysterious ways.
Yes all the wars and killing across the world in his name ??? been going on for a long time . Leafy area of Hove plastered with Muslim leaflets on day a guy got his head hacked off in the name off ????? , Think this country has gone to pot
[quote][p][bold]Morpheus[/bold] wrote: Glory be to God, He moves in mysterious ways.[/p][/quote]Yes all the wars and killing across the world in his name ??? been going on for a long time . Leafy area of Hove plastered with Muslim leaflets on day a guy got his head hacked off in the name off ????? , Think this country has gone to pot tinker111
  • Score: -1

1:59pm Wed 27 Aug 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

ok,jared wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
" you women and kids in Syria"

Different god, sorry.

Ours is benign and loving.

HTH
Perhaps you could ask him to cure you of your islamophobia.
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]" you women and kids in Syria" Different god, sorry. Ours is benign and loving. HTH[/p][/quote]Perhaps you could ask him to cure you of your islamophobia. thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 6

1:59pm Wed 27 Aug 14

tinker111 says...

Nosfaratu wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.
IRELAND
[quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god.[/p][/quote]I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.[/p][/quote]IRELAND tinker111
  • Score: 6

2:11pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

tinker111 wrote:
Nosfaratu wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.
IRELAND
No connection to religion.

The situation there related to politics.
[quote][p][bold]tinker111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god.[/p][/quote]I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.[/p][/quote]IRELAND[/p][/quote]No connection to religion. The situation there related to politics. ok,jared
  • Score: -18

2:12pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
" you women and kids in Syria"

Different god, sorry.

Ours is benign and loving.

HTH
Perhaps you could ask him to cure you of your islamophobia.
It isn't 'islamophobic' to point out what adherents to that faith do and are taught.
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]" you women and kids in Syria" Different god, sorry. Ours is benign and loving. HTH[/p][/quote]Perhaps you could ask him to cure you of your islamophobia.[/p][/quote]It isn't 'islamophobic' to point out what adherents to that faith do and are taught. ok,jared
  • Score: -8

2:14pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

tinker111 wrote:
Nosfaratu wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.
IRELAND
Well yes the Irish seem to have the ability to kill and maim indiscriminately.
[quote][p][bold]tinker111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god.[/p][/quote]I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.[/p][/quote]IRELAND[/p][/quote]Well yes the Irish seem to have the ability to kill and maim indiscriminately. Nosfaratu
  • Score: 2

2:16pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

ok,jared wrote:
Nikski wrote:
ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo

What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again.
There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.
Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written:

https://www.google.c

o.uk/search?q=nikski

+argus&ie=utf-8&
amp;oe=u
tf-8&aq=t&rl
s=org.mo
zilla:en-US:official

&client=firefox-
a&ch
annel=sb&gfe_rd=
cr&e
i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI

DACg
Ooops!
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again. There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.[/p][/quote]Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written: https://www.google.c o.uk/search?q=nikski +argus&ie=utf-8& amp;oe=u tf-8&aq=t&rl s=org.mo zilla:en-US:official &client=firefox- a&ch annel=sb&gfe_rd= cr&e i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI DACg[/p][/quote]Ooops! Nosfaratu
  • Score: -2

2:19pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

ok,jared wrote:
Nosfaratu wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.
No, there are no such verses from the Christian God, sorry.

I wasn't surprised to see you ignore what the qoran says.
Haven't read it since 1690. Maybe its the interpretation. Must have a word with Allah and see what he thinks
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god.[/p][/quote]I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.[/p][/quote]No, there are no such verses from the Christian God, sorry. I wasn't surprised to see you ignore what the qoran says.[/p][/quote]Haven't read it since 1690. Maybe its the interpretation. Must have a word with Allah and see what he thinks Nosfaratu
  • Score: 1

2:24pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

"Haven't read it since 1690."

You quoted a post which contained a section of the qoran in which its god exhorts believers to kill non-believers.

You chose (as is your right) to ignore that section.
"Haven't read it since 1690." You quoted a post which contained a section of the qoran in which its god exhorts believers to kill non-believers. You chose (as is your right) to ignore that section. ok,jared
  • Score: -9

3:17pm Wed 27 Aug 14

gazzamagoo says...

ok,jared wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
" you women and kids in Syria"

Different god, sorry.

Ours is benign and loving.

HTH
So assuming you're Christian/Catholic you acknowledge the existance of other Gods?
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]" you women and kids in Syria" Different god, sorry. Ours is benign and loving. HTH[/p][/quote]So assuming you're Christian/Catholic you acknowledge the existance of other Gods? gazzamagoo
  • Score: 1

3:19pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

gazzamagoo wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
" you women and kids in Syria"

Different god, sorry.

Ours is benign and loving.

HTH
So assuming you're Christian/Catholic you acknowledge the existance of other Gods?
I cannot disprove the existence of other gods.
[quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]" you women and kids in Syria" Different god, sorry. Ours is benign and loving. HTH[/p][/quote]So assuming you're Christian/Catholic you acknowledge the existance of other Gods?[/p][/quote]I cannot disprove the existence of other gods. ok,jared
  • Score: -12

5:12pm Wed 27 Aug 14

NickBrt says...

great news but she should have used cannabis, ask the green politicians, they claim it cures absolutely everything.
great news but she should have used cannabis, ask the green politicians, they claim it cures absolutely everything. NickBrt
  • Score: 4

6:37pm Wed 27 Aug 14

NathanAdler says...

The Lord truly works in mysterious ways!!
The Lord truly works in mysterious ways!! NathanAdler
  • Score: 3

7:51pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Valentinian says...

The belief that a cosmic Jewish zombie who was his own father can make you live forever if you symbolically eat his flesh and telepathically tell him you accept him as your master, so he can remove an evil force from your soul that is present in humanity because a rib-woman was convinced by a talking snake to eat from a magical tree...
The belief that a cosmic Jewish zombie who was his own father can make you live forever if you symbolically eat his flesh and telepathically tell him you accept him as your master, so he can remove an evil force from your soul that is present in humanity because a rib-woman was convinced by a talking snake to eat from a magical tree... Valentinian
  • Score: 0

9:12pm Wed 27 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

NickBrt wrote:
great news but she should have used cannabis, ask the green politicians, they claim it cures absolutely everything.
Said NickBrt (labour)
[quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: great news but she should have used cannabis, ask the green politicians, they claim it cures absolutely everything.[/p][/quote]Said NickBrt (labour) HJarrs
  • Score: 0

9:14pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nikski says...

NickBrt wrote:
great news but she should have used cannabis, ask the green politicians, they claim it cures absolutely everything.
My word you are tedious, you never fail to get in a dig at the greens however tenuous the link....move on son nothing to see here!
[quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: great news but she should have used cannabis, ask the green politicians, they claim it cures absolutely everything.[/p][/quote]My word you are tedious, you never fail to get in a dig at the greens however tenuous the link....move on son nothing to see here! Nikski
  • Score: 0

9:17pm Wed 27 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

What if it was another deity that did the curing?
What if it was another deity that did the curing? HJarrs
  • Score: -3

9:17pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nikski says...

ok,jared wrote:
tinker111 wrote:
Nosfaratu wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed.

It contains this gem:

""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them".

Those are the words of islam's god.
I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.
IRELAND
No connection to religion.

The situation there related to politics.
Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete
ly inseparable from religion you buffoon as are the politics there!
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tinker111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]The qoran is the words of their god as dictated to Mohammed. It contains this gem: ""I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them". Those are the words of islam's god.[/p][/quote]I am sure that the Bible 'Part 1 or 2 has some statement like this but Christians/Catholics haven't done this sort of thing since the 'Inquisition'.[/p][/quote]IRELAND[/p][/quote]No connection to religion. The situation there related to politics.[/p][/quote]Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete ly inseparable from religion you buffoon as are the politics there! Nikski
  • Score: 0

9:19pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Nikski says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...
" you women and kids in Syria"

Different god, sorry.

Ours is benign and loving.

HTH
Perhaps you could ask him to cure you of your islamophobia.
And homophobia whilst at it!
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gazzamagoo[/bold] wrote: Sorry you lot with ebola, sorry you women and kids in Syria being murdered and raped, I've just got to heal this middle, class white womans achilles...[/p][/quote]" you women and kids in Syria" Different god, sorry. Ours is benign and loving. HTH[/p][/quote]Perhaps you could ask him to cure you of your islamophobia.[/p][/quote]And homophobia whilst at it! Nikski
  • Score: 1

9:54pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

"Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete

ly inseparable from religion"

The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster.

Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.
"Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete ly inseparable from religion" The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster. Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one. ok,jared
  • Score: -1

9:55pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Nikski wrote:
ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo

What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again.
There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.
Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written:

https://www.google.c

o.uk/search?q=nikski

+argus&ie=utf-8&oe=u

tf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mo

zilla:en-US:official

&client=firefox-a&ch

annel=sb&gfe_rd=cr&e

i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI

DACg
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: ok,jared = notslimjim = stevo What an uplifting story this is anyway. Although I am not a believer myself, I am very pleased that this young woman is no longer in pain and is able to exercise again. There is no need for the nastiness displayed by some of you on here it just shows what deeply unpleasant people you are.[/p][/quote]Talking of deeply unpleasant people on here, here's what you've written: https://www.google.c o.uk/search?q=nikski +argus&ie=utf-8&oe=u tf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mo zilla:en-US:official &client=firefox-a&ch annel=sb&gfe_rd=cr&e i=S7_9U4XvGI6K4AafsI DACg ok,jared
  • Score: 0

10:54pm Wed 27 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

HJarrs wrote:
What if it was another deity that did the curing?
She won't believe in another deity, so that plainly hasn't happened.
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: What if it was another deity that did the curing?[/p][/quote]She won't believe in another deity, so that plainly hasn't happened. ok,jared
  • Score: 0

10:56pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Valentinian says...

Science makes allows you to FLY...Religion makes you fly into buildings....
Science makes allows you to FLY...Religion makes you fly into buildings.... Valentinian
  • Score: -3

11:20pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Motorcyclist says...

ok,jared wrote:
"Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete


ly inseparable from religion"

The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster.

Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.
Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity.

The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites.

Religion and politics don't mix well.

Maybe you could go to night school.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: "Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete ly inseparable from religion" The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster. Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.[/p][/quote]Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity. The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites. Religion and politics don't mix well. Maybe you could go to night school. HTH Motorcyclist
  • Score: 1

12:07am Thu 28 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Motorcyclist wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
"Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete



ly inseparable from religion"

The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster.

Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.
Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity.

The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites.

Religion and politics don't mix well.

Maybe you could go to night school.

HTH
Can't even get usernames right?

Then my hopes weren't high for the rest of your post:

" The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists."

They happened to be largely divided by religious lines, but religion played no part in the IRA's struggle.
[quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: "Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete ly inseparable from religion" The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster. Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.[/p][/quote]Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity. The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites. Religion and politics don't mix well. Maybe you could go to night school. HTH[/p][/quote]Can't even get usernames right? Then my hopes weren't high for the rest of your post: " The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists." They happened to be largely divided by religious lines, but religion played no part in the IRA's struggle. ok,jared
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12:12am Thu 28 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Motorcyclist wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
"Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete



ly inseparable from religion"

The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster.

Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.
Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity.

The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites.

Religion and politics don't mix well.

Maybe you could go to night school.

HTH
No connection to religion:

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/history/troubles

"The goal of the unionist and overwhelmingly Protestant majority was to remain part of the United Kingdom. The goal of the nationalist and republican, almost exclusively Catholic, minority was to become part of the Republic of Ireland.

This was a territorial conflict, not a religious one."

I trust you feel as stupid as you now look.
[quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: "Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete ly inseparable from religion" The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster. Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.[/p][/quote]Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity. The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites. Religion and politics don't mix well. Maybe you could go to night school. HTH[/p][/quote]No connection to religion: http://www.bbc.co.uk /history/troubles "The goal of the unionist and overwhelmingly Protestant majority was to remain part of the United Kingdom. The goal of the nationalist and republican, almost exclusively Catholic, minority was to become part of the Republic of Ireland. This was a territorial conflict, not a religious one." I trust you feel as stupid as you now look. ok,jared
  • Score: -1

12:19am Thu 28 Aug 14

Motorcyclist says...

ok,jared wrote:
Motorcyclist wrote:
ok,jared wrote:
"Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete




ly inseparable from religion"

The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster.

Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.
Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity.

The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites.

Religion and politics don't mix well.

Maybe you could go to night school.

HTH
No connection to religion:

http://www.bbc.co.uk

/history/troubles

"The goal of the unionist and overwhelmingly Protestant majority was to remain part of the United Kingdom. The goal of the nationalist and republican, almost exclusively Catholic, minority was to become part of the Republic of Ireland.

This was a territorial conflict, not a religious one."

I trust you feel as stupid as you now look.
Yes Stevo... nothing to do with religious hatred.

Holy wars can be barbaric.

Happy to educate you.
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: "Are you kidding???? No connection to religion....complete ly inseparable from religion" The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster. Sorry, what was that about a buffoon? Anyone who doesn't know that The Troubles were about is plainly one.[/p][/quote]Despite your numerous user names Stevo, you still fail to conceal your blatant stupidity. The protestant loyalists versus the catholic nationalists. No less political than the Sunnis versus the Shi-ites. Religion and politics don't mix well. Maybe you could go to night school. HTH[/p][/quote]No connection to religion: http://www.bbc.co.uk /history/troubles "The goal of the unionist and overwhelmingly Protestant majority was to remain part of the United Kingdom. The goal of the nationalist and republican, almost exclusively Catholic, minority was to become part of the Republic of Ireland. This was a territorial conflict, not a religious one." I trust you feel as stupid as you now look.[/p][/quote]Yes Stevo... nothing to do with religious hatred. Holy wars can be barbaric. Happy to educate you. Motorcyclist
  • Score: 0

12:22am Thu 28 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

"nothing to do with religious hatred."

Correct.

It's a real shame that the BBC had to correct your earlier comment, but those who are stupid will be corrected by those with intelligence.
"nothing to do with religious hatred." Correct. It's a real shame that the BBC had to correct your earlier comment, but those who are stupid will be corrected by those with intelligence. ok,jared
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12:30am Thu 28 Aug 14

Motorcyclist says...

ok,jared wrote:
"nothing to do with religious hatred."

Correct.

It's a real shame that the BBC had to correct your earlier comment, but those who are stupid will be corrected by those with intelligence.
Was not aware that the BBC were reading my comments. Unlike you, I have no inflated and narcissistic feelings of self-importance.

Consider yourself corrected. You are welcome.

Get a another hobby Stevo, for everyone's sake.
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: "nothing to do with religious hatred." Correct. It's a real shame that the BBC had to correct your earlier comment, but those who are stupid will be corrected by those with intelligence.[/p][/quote]Was not aware that the BBC were reading my comments. Unlike you, I have no inflated and narcissistic feelings of self-importance. Consider yourself corrected. You are welcome. Get a another hobby Stevo, for everyone's sake. Motorcyclist
  • Score: 2

12:33am Thu 28 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

"Was not aware that the BBC were reading my comments. Unlike you, I have no inflated and narcissistic feelings of self-importance.

Consider yourself corrected."

Who said the BBC reading your posts?

You didn't correct me on anything, and your:

"nothing to do with religious hatred"

was an admission that my :

"The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster."

was factually correct.

Feel free to argue with your own admission (to the general amusement of any observers).
"Was not aware that the BBC were reading my comments. Unlike you, I have no inflated and narcissistic feelings of self-importance. Consider yourself corrected." Who said the BBC reading your posts? You didn't correct me on anything, and your: "nothing to do with religious hatred" was an admission that my : "The Northern Ireland situation was based on politics ie the removal of the British from Ulster." was factually correct. Feel free to argue with your own admission (to the general amusement of any observers). ok,jared
  • Score: -1

10:31am Fri 29 Aug 14

JamPal32 says...

Hi God, yeah..long time no speak.. thanks for answering.. Yeah.. Yeah. Well I have been calling quite a bit recently... it's erm all of the Christians with cancer here.. Yeah.. erm.. Oh a sore ankle? hek! Well that sure puts things in perspective.. ok. Well we'll just hold out.. Yeah, nice to er.... Hello? hello.. He hung up!
Hi God, yeah..long time no speak.. thanks for answering.. Yeah.. Yeah. Well I have been calling quite a bit recently... it's erm all of the Christians with cancer here.. Yeah.. erm.. Oh a sore ankle? hek! Well that sure puts things in perspective.. ok. Well we'll just hold out.. Yeah, nice to er.... Hello? hello.. He hung up! JamPal32
  • Score: -2

12:39pm Fri 29 Aug 14

PortsladePaul says...

ok,jared wrote:
mhaiti wrote:
earloflucan wrote:
I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah!
Same god i'm afraid, just different books...
And different interpretations and attitudes.

Islam was founded and sustained on violence, right up to the present day.
ok.jared wrote:

And different interpretations and attitudes.

Islam was founded and sustained on violence, right up to the present day.

I think you'll find that applies to *all* Judeo/Christian type religions.
All of the 'western' religions are just based on merchant stories from the Silk Road trade route. Why do you think the same stories appear in the Talmud/Bible/Quran?
[quote][p][bold]ok,jared[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mhaiti[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earloflucan[/bold] wrote: I am a Atheist thank God! however from where i am standing it looks like the Christian God appears to be compassionate and caring whereas in Syria and Iraq there god allows for pain suffering death maiming and torture in the name of Allah![/p][/quote]Same god i'm afraid, just different books...[/p][/quote]And different interpretations and attitudes. Islam was founded and sustained on violence, right up to the present day.[/p][/quote][QUOTE][P][BOLD]ok.jared[/bold] wrote: And different interpretations and attitudes. Islam was founded and sustained on violence, right up to the present day. I think you'll find that applies to *all* Judeo/Christian type religions. All of the 'western' religions are just based on merchant stories from the Silk Road trade route. Why do you think the same stories appear in the Talmud/Bible/Quran? PortsladePaul
  • Score: -1

12:03pm Sat 30 Aug 14

Isthereanybodyoutthere says...

Amazing to see and read this story on the front page of newspaper. I am going through my own challenges in life and have felt at the end of my tether many times. I don't think my faith has ever really been that strong although I have tried to believe in a higher power especially when circumstances seemed to go very wrong and life didn't make sense anymore. I have hoped that there is a higher power to lift us all up out of our circumstances but I am a logical thinker so keep questioning when, how and why things appear the way they do. Just recently I have been close to giving up all hope because circumstances do not seem to be improving for me despite my efforts. It's times like this when I wonder if there is a higher power and if so, why people still experience suffering. Perhaps in a way, it would be better to 'know' that there is a God or 'know' that there isn't. Not knowing either way can keep us holding on to a glimmer of hope in an otherwise devastating circumstance when perhaps it is better to give up all hope and surrender to the circumstance. I read quite a few spiritual books which talk about various practices to surrender and find inner peace whatever the outer circumstances. However, they also promise that the outer circumstances improve but I'm yet to see it. It is heartening to read this story in the newspaper. I know others who have had faith and their lives are equally miraculous. I wonder what I need to do.
Amazing to see and read this story on the front page of newspaper. I am going through my own challenges in life and have felt at the end of my tether many times. I don't think my faith has ever really been that strong although I have tried to believe in a higher power especially when circumstances seemed to go very wrong and life didn't make sense anymore. I have hoped that there is a higher power to lift us all up out of our circumstances but I am a logical thinker so keep questioning when, how and why things appear the way they do. Just recently I have been close to giving up all hope because circumstances do not seem to be improving for me despite my efforts. It's times like this when I wonder if there is a higher power and if so, why people still experience suffering. Perhaps in a way, it would be better to 'know' that there is a God or 'know' that there isn't. Not knowing either way can keep us holding on to a glimmer of hope in an otherwise devastating circumstance when perhaps it is better to give up all hope and surrender to the circumstance. I read quite a few spiritual books which talk about various practices to surrender and find inner peace whatever the outer circumstances. However, they also promise that the outer circumstances improve but I'm yet to see it. It is heartening to read this story in the newspaper. I know others who have had faith and their lives are equally miraculous. I wonder what I need to do. Isthereanybodyoutthere
  • Score: 1

1:18pm Sat 30 Aug 14

PR2222 says...

Isthereanybodyoutthe
re
wrote:
Amazing to see and read this story on the front page of newspaper. I am going through my own challenges in life and have felt at the end of my tether many times. I don't think my faith has ever really been that strong although I have tried to believe in a higher power especially when circumstances seemed to go very wrong and life didn't make sense anymore. I have hoped that there is a higher power to lift us all up out of our circumstances but I am a logical thinker so keep questioning when, how and why things appear the way they do. Just recently I have been close to giving up all hope because circumstances do not seem to be improving for me despite my efforts. It's times like this when I wonder if there is a higher power and if so, why people still experience suffering. Perhaps in a way, it would be better to 'know' that there is a God or 'know' that there isn't. Not knowing either way can keep us holding on to a glimmer of hope in an otherwise devastating circumstance when perhaps it is better to give up all hope and surrender to the circumstance. I read quite a few spiritual books which talk about various practices to surrender and find inner peace whatever the outer circumstances. However, they also promise that the outer circumstances improve but I'm yet to see it. It is heartening to read this story in the newspaper. I know others who have had faith and their lives are equally miraculous. I wonder what I need to do.
You need to seek and find the Lord Jesus Christ and all your answers will fall into place. He is best found in the Holy Bible in the New Testament. Before you start reading you need to pray that he will speak to you. It might not be immediate, but he does promise that "all who seek me will find me".
[quote][p][bold]Isthereanybodyoutthe re[/bold] wrote: Amazing to see and read this story on the front page of newspaper. I am going through my own challenges in life and have felt at the end of my tether many times. I don't think my faith has ever really been that strong although I have tried to believe in a higher power especially when circumstances seemed to go very wrong and life didn't make sense anymore. I have hoped that there is a higher power to lift us all up out of our circumstances but I am a logical thinker so keep questioning when, how and why things appear the way they do. Just recently I have been close to giving up all hope because circumstances do not seem to be improving for me despite my efforts. It's times like this when I wonder if there is a higher power and if so, why people still experience suffering. Perhaps in a way, it would be better to 'know' that there is a God or 'know' that there isn't. Not knowing either way can keep us holding on to a glimmer of hope in an otherwise devastating circumstance when perhaps it is better to give up all hope and surrender to the circumstance. I read quite a few spiritual books which talk about various practices to surrender and find inner peace whatever the outer circumstances. However, they also promise that the outer circumstances improve but I'm yet to see it. It is heartening to read this story in the newspaper. I know others who have had faith and their lives are equally miraculous. I wonder what I need to do.[/p][/quote]You need to seek and find the Lord Jesus Christ and all your answers will fall into place. He is best found in the Holy Bible in the New Testament. Before you start reading you need to pray that he will speak to you. It might not be immediate, but he does promise that "all who seek me will find me". PR2222
  • Score: 0
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