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Thursday, 17 July 2014

Aberdeen in readiness for 44th Anniversary visit




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  1. Balmedie Meeting Hall. Cant miss it. Leave Aberdeen on the Peterhead Road, and turn right into Balmedie, at the first entrance. You will spot the building a mile away.

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    1. Probably nearer 200 metres in all honesty! Press and Journal have been primed.

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  2. Local press and TV alerted of the story opportunity?

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  3. Gosh, that's an awfy big white sheet this time, Madeline...

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  4. Looks like Beady will need more than a sheet if he's going to cuddle up with a naked woman in that tent. I thought most of Aberdeen threw in the towel in 1970 - why such a big 'room'?

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    1. It doubles up as a cardboard box factory during the day time.

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  5. Wow! Look at all those windows! They said as part of a larger rebuttal suite the other day that their churches have windows. That Hanger hasn't got one by the looks of it. Surely they wouldn't be lying would they? Not 'arf!

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  6. Why do they need marquees with a new building?

    Surely they could include catering facilities inside
    Is it part of the EB deception, that they are hiding something?

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    1. Yes. It's so they can cram the room full to the rafters, breaking fire regulations by blocking gangways and fire escapes with the adoring masses. The 'foyer' in the new rooms is easily and deceitfully convertible into part of the main hall. It is fairly evident from pictures they post on their blog. Why would you carpet under a partition wall????

      They must think we're all idiots.

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  7. The visit of bruce to the UK is - Sad, Interesting, Clear if you allow it

    In my experience of his visits there is tremendous activity, planning and thought
    This to a point is good. The EB blindly follow a faith, they care for their own FOC, they enjoy it and are happy, they dress tidily and keep to themselves

    But, Where is the Lord? Is there any place or time given to Him?

    In all the days leading to these visits, the conversation after their meetings and in their houses is totally about material things. The entertaining , the billeting, the security, the travel arrangements, who is invited . . . . .
    The same is true after, all the talk in meetings is about what a man has said
    All the conversation in car parks and breaks is fleshly

    There is no talk of Christ, nor of Heaven, Divine things, The Cross

    How God must feel it that Christ is displaced by earthly things and excitement

    Surely some EB members must realize their priorities are wrong

    Peter

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    1. "Surely some EB members must realize their priorities are wrong"

      I am sure you are right, especially some of the older ones. It is likely they have reached the stage of just keeping quiet, burying their conscience, and keeping out of the lime light. The cost to them of expulsion with loss of possible spouse and children as well as their dwelling would be too much to handle.

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  8. Looking at all the canvas, it would appear that a circus is coming to town! Well - there will be no lack of clowns !!

    Totally agree with Peter above.

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