Hi Carline - I thought you had gone away with TLatisha. But please read my thread entitled, "Don't Feed The Trolls." We all know that there's something not quite right when we read your posts - you write and act like a common internet troll. I've been at this a long time and I can see the signs from a hundred miles away.
If you are a real woman who cares about this issue and want to be considered as something other than a common internet troll, you need to get involved in other discussions in a behaving manner (wide latitude here), start using decent grammar, stop calling people "unsaved" and "sinners" and stop spawning alter-ego characters like TLatisha. And don't try to deny it, you haven't been all that clever at hiding the signs.
Also, I'm pretty sure your membership has not been revoked because the moderators are kind and wish to give you the benefit of the doubt.
I am deeply sorry, I should have said it to you long ago,
there are no excuses I realise that I upset you and it was not my intention,well do you forgive me?
Now you have answered concerning men wearing a hat indoors that it is disrespectful and that is just you. Now my point is where did you learn this uncomfortable or dis respectable idea that if a man wears his hat inside a church or house differently exactly from.
(Playing the advocate here) is it not therefore from the same line of scripture which you claim is Roman or Jewish culture, now if you will permit me to go further...
Paul was specifically assigned to teach the Gentiles .So what was Paul doing teaching Jewish customs to people who were not Jews? or were the churches full of Jews and he was teaching Gentile customs/ Paganism to the Jews?
Or Could he have been that he was actually teaching a church that had forgotten the ordinances that he had taught them?
which was it it would be interesting to know!
Hi Carline, if you are referring to my coments on hats indoors, that comes from my mum and dad , and the way they were taught to act - it was called good manners to take off your hat.Back in the 40's, 50's and 60's it was normal for men to wear hats ( fashion) but standard here in Australia to remove them when you go to someones home.
God's house was treated the same and a show of respect was to remove you hat. Thats the way I was taught and that would be the same as Paul was taught to do. It was the custom of the day to do that, where he was and where he had influence. Nowhere does it say God said that is what you should do nor that is a guide line from God - just respect. I think it comes from 1 Corth 11: 4-7 about covering the head and when not too.
It's like saying ..... since King David danced in his underwear along the street infront all to see, that we should do the same does it; or you are happy to do that? :)
just interested to know!