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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikos View Post
    Canadian Charismatics! They're Wild!!!




    The only thing missing are a few banners flying in the wind.
    Canadian Charismatics do it BEST!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LionHeart View Post
    Attachment 201Charismatics !
    That's not a full charismatic, there is still room on that bumper for a few more stickers.

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    And that's just the front of their cars!

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    I love that Charismatics can worship with abandon and enthusiasm.

    Flags, banners, ribbons, dancing, shouting, jumping, drums, keyboards, strings, horns......

    Nothing is more joyful for me than to be in a gathering where no one is judged for the way they worship.

    Sitting quietly, standing calmly, hands raised, kneeling, dancing, flagging.

    I was in such a place a couple weekends ago and the conference founder doesn't believe in ending the worship till there's breakthrough.

    A half hour, an hour, two, two and a half... and the people just press through. Amazing to be part of something like that.

    I heard Rick Joyner recently talk about a presence and manifestation of God that happened at Morning Star at about the 8 hour point of a worship session they were in.

    AND THAT'S WHERE I LONG TO BE.

    I hate denominational labels, other than maybe being IN Jesus or Child of the Most High God. It truly doesn't matter to me as long as we all want to and LONG to worship the Lord together and don't get upset by or judge the the people who choose to worship in a more, or less, exuberant way than the next guy or gal.

    Just worship HIM.







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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    Looks more like Pentecostal to me!!!



    Or........ maybeeee........ it's one of those wild and crazy main line denominations Femme was talking about!!!








    J/K, Femme.... couldn't resist! ;-)
    wouldn't surprise me in the least..

    then again, we've got quite a few Charismatic & Pentecostal churches around.. so might be difficult to tell..

    heh..

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    Something interesting about the labels..

    Years ago, when we were involved in cult evangelism, we learned quite quickly, I might add, to never, EVER let them know what church you were in. As soon as that happened, they had a template and you were *THAT*..they couldn't hear anything past it.

    Ever since then, i don't self identify unless I'm with people I love and trust. I may make my declaration a bit more than I'm a Christian.. like I believe in the One True and Living God, That Jesus is Who He said He was… …. etc. But not with any group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme* View Post
    wouldn't surprise me in the least..

    then again, we've got quite a few Charismatic & Pentecostal churches around.. so might be difficult to tell..

    heh..
    IMHO, it SHOULD be difficult to tell.


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    (meant it might be difficult between ALL the groups! LOL)

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    I am not ashamed of who I am. I have no problem with labels as long as they describe who I am. I realize that charismatics do not like labels because they want no accountability but free free free to be any ole thing they want to be. I like to be accountable and if I am not in line with the Word, I want to know it. I am not squeamish like the Charismatics. That is why I love the denominations. They are the only ones getting anything done today. Most Charismatics, though they are saved, they are interested in having a good time and they love the " want to feel good" service. If they don't feel good they get very depressed. Why? Because they go by their feelings and not by the Word of God. Many of them are sippers. However, the Word is my guide and I am willing to come under it recognizing the leadership of whatever fellowship I am in. Of course I would not be in any denom or Fellowship unless they are committed to the Word of God.

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    That is not a fair assessment. you're making an assumption of why some people don't want labels and it's not fair.

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