Loading...

Saturday, 16 November 2013

Were you in the top ten last month?


5 comments:

  1. Unbelievable! So the business posing as a simple mainstream Christian religion strikes again and once again shows the world that they are nothing more than a business. WHAT ON EARTH DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH RELIGION?

    ReplyDelete
  2. And what on earth does it have to do with Christian charitableness? Or truth and honesty?

    1Tim6:10 should be resounding in HEB ears: "For the love of money is [the] root of every evil; which some having aspired after, have wandered from the faith, and pierced themselves with many sorrows." (Darby version)

    You sorry yet, HEB, that some Charity Commissioners saw through your duplicitousness and greed? If not, you should be.

    ReplyDelete
  3. People who are reading this who don’t know about the Exclusive Brethren aka Plymouth Brethren Christian Church, may wonder at the rather odd choice of language contained in it. So I thought I better explain a particular quote

    “see below the top ten localities for ChoiceCard usage”

    Explanation, when Exclusive Brethren use the term “localities” is it not some odd idiosyncratic use of language, this is the word used to describe the location of their “Meeting Rooms” aka Gospel Halls, Churches etc.

    It is an historically internally used word used to describe where their Churches are.

    “Localities” are where persons who are members of the Brethren live. It is where there is a “testimony” aka where there is an Exclusive Brethren presence

    However, the Exclusive Brethren claim that their Business Interests, Operations & Profits are separate and distinct from the Church or Religion side of the group

    I think not !!

    It is quite clear from this letter dated June 2013, that the Business Interests, Operations and Profits are integrally linked and intrinsic to the Church and Religion side of the Exclusive Brethren

    ReplyDelete
  4. Cool clothes?? Have you ever seen an HEB wearing cool clothes? I haven't. Tottering round the supermarket in a tight skirt, heels and a fascinator is hardly cool, in fact it looks like they're on the game.

    As for the men, they just look very old fashioned. Even the MP at the open hour was wearing a tee shirt!

    ReplyDelete
  5. What is a Choice Card? Can anybody have one? Do they include non-peebs in this bit of commercial stimulation?

    ReplyDelete