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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchyUsername View Post
    The point I was making was very simple. Everyone has people that minister to them, and by the same token, the same minister may not do a THING for others. You like Avanzini and I have never gotten anything from him. That's the point.
    Thats fine but when you say stuff like "and to be truthful and honest whicha, I'm glad I havn't seen him around in quite a few years" as you did above It goes from a simple passive point akin to what you made above to an active effort towards discrediting the person .

    A whole different pot of fish if you ask me.

    It's all good though ..

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    Well, I am glad I havn't seen him around.

    Quote Originally Posted by BAP View Post
    Thats fine but when you say stuff like "and to be truthful and honest whicha, I'm glad I havn't seen him around in quite a few years" as you did above It goes from a simple passive point akin to what you made above to an active effort towards discrediting the person .

    A whole different pot of fish if you ask me.

    It's all good though ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchyUsername View Post
    Well, I am glad I havn't seen him around.
    Well I just hope you and all his critics are out of debt and financial bondage as the bible enjoins .

    Living a debt free life is indeed a biblical mandate and if that portion of the bible doesn't hold true then there is no reason to believe that any of the Bible holds true

    The proof of a persons biblical integrity lies not in rhetoric but in achievement

    Again it is well

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    I don't have any debt and havn't used a credit card for years, now. We don't have a car payment, a mortgage, credit card/dept store debt, nothing. My husband drives an older car, but that's ok. Technically we could have afforded a car payment, but we didn't want any debt since the economy is gonna collapse. I didn't learn that from Avanzini. I learned that from Victor Torres. Avanzini isn't the only one with the "debt free living" revelation, BAP.

    Quote Originally Posted by BAP View Post
    Well I just hope you and all his critics are out of debt and financial bondage as the bible enjoins .

    Living a debt free life is indeed a biblical mandate and if that portion of the bible doesn't hold true then there is no reason to believe that any of the Bible holds true

    The proof of a persons biblical integrity lies not in rhetoric but in achievement

    Again it is well

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    I doubt that any of the doctrines involved originated from Avanzini.

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    We use our credit card all the time. But the money to pay it is always in the bank when we use it, and we pay it off entirely at least a couple times a month. We just use it for convenience and protection. I consider it safer to use the credit card than the debit card in stores. It is easier to deal with it if a credit card gets compromised than if a debit card does.

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    I'm not necessarily against credit cards at all, we just don't use them. We have recently considered getting one, though, but aren't in any hurry.

    I have had a couple of fraudulent charges appear on my debit card, and it was replaced the second we called the bank. The only time it might be a problem is if your entire account is wiped out due to an overdraft or something. But generally speaking, the bank is very quick to replace a questionable purchase.

    We had someone hack our bank account and move money from savings into checking and do some high-ticket purchases. The second we called the bank, the money was replaced immediately. We did have a bunch of stuff we had to do (close the account and whatnot), so in that sense, it's a pain to deal with.

    A credit card is easier to deal with, but you still have to close your account and all of that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightsky View Post
    We use our credit card all the time. But the money to pay it is always in the bank when we use it, and we pay it off entirely at least a couple times a month. We just use it for convenience and protection. I consider it safer to use the credit card than the debit card in stores. It is easier to deal with it if a credit card gets compromised than if a debit card does.

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    We use the credit card for all purchases except for eating out. We pay in full every month. For us it is what works best. Our card has been replaced 3 times this year due different data bases being hacked. Prior to this year we only had our credit card compromised once. We did have to pay out a bill for a root canal and crown this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchyUsername View Post
    Glad it worked out for you, BAP. Never been any sort of fan of Avanzini, and to be truthful and honest whicha, I'm glad I havn't seen him around in quite a few years. Never did a thing for me, but then again, Copeland never did a thing for me, either. I have always enjoyed Hagin Sr (Jr never did anything for me at all!), Dollar, Casey Treat, and some other WOF ministers. But Avanzini always rubbed me wrong. Like a used car salesman or something.
    I actually grew a lot under the teaching of KC..still admire his faith and faithfulness...

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly sue View Post
    We use the credit card for all purchases except for eating out. We pay in full every month. For us it is what works best. Our card has been replaced 3 times this year due different data bases being hacked. Prior to this year we only had our credit card compromised once. We did have to pay out a bill for a root canal and crown this year.
    Mine only once..when the Home Depot thing occurred..twice actually cause the second time they upgraded the card to a chip card.

    We use ours for everything to get the points and use them at Christmas...we don't 'shop' unless we are looking for something specific and already know we can afford it...I know some can't manage it that way but I really like it...all my expenses come to me on my statement..

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