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Danielle
10-20-2006, 09:52 AM
Out of all the sig's on HCR, who has the most annoying one? Or the most creative one? or even the most positive one?

ctide
10-20-2006, 10:14 AM
Out of all the sig's on HCR, who has the most annoying one? Or the most creative one? or even the most positive one?

all the ones with woodcuts of the reformers

i might make mine read like this

http://snyders.ws/alan/images/finney.jpghttp://www.befilledwithspiritualpower.com/images/lake150.jpghttp://wwnet.fi/users/veijone/Seymour.jpghttp://pentecostalpioneers.org/images/Smith%20Wigglesworth-4.jpg

eternal
10-20-2006, 10:18 AM
All the sigs that are not sigs, but are mini books instead. Often times, some folks can write a paragraph in their post, and their "sig" is still longer!

savedbygracealone
10-20-2006, 10:24 AM
emerson... he always puts huge pics of himself, so that everytime he posts we see this 10" pic of him lol :p

J Hoyt
10-20-2006, 10:24 AM
Out of all the sig's on HCR, who has the most annoying one?

Nobody. I turned signatures off. Thank you to lj for the idea!

Quiet storm
10-20-2006, 10:29 AM
emerson... he always puts huge pics of himself, so that everytime he posts we see this 10" pic of him lol :p


My bad are my pics causing you to stumble I can remove them. :rolleyes:

savedbygracealone
10-20-2006, 10:34 AM
My bad are my pics causing you to stumble I can remove them. :rolleyes:
lol ya right

ctide
10-20-2006, 10:36 AM
My bad are my pics causing you to stumble I can remove them. :rolleyes:

they are causing me to stumble

Quiet storm
10-20-2006, 10:37 AM
they are causing me to stumble

I believe you :eek:

ctide
10-20-2006, 10:38 AM
I believe you :eek:

not the pictures of you, but the popcorn dude.. tempting me to gluttony

http://www.wdisneyw.com/forums/images/smilies05/popcorn.gif

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 11:05 AM
all the ones with woodcuts of the reformers

i might make mine read like this

http://snyders.ws/alan/images/finney.jpghttp://www.befilledwithspiritualpower.com/images/lake150.jpghttp://wwnet.fi/users/veijone/Seymour.jpghttp://pentecostalpioneers.org/images/Smith%20Wigglesworth-4.jpg

I'm gonna be good today....is that 3rd guy named William Seymour?

QuietSavedbySermonzfareal
10-20-2006, 11:05 AM
Nobody. I turned signatures off. Thank you to lj for the idea!
How do you do that my northern neighbor?

ctide
10-20-2006, 11:06 AM
I'm gonna be good today....is that 3rd guy named Charles Parham?

no seymour from azuza street

why you say "im gonna be good 2day?"

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 11:23 AM
no seymour from azuza street

why you say "im gonna be good 2day?"

Yeah, I just figured it out....

Why do I say I'm going to be good today? Because I have some personal opinions about the last two guys....but why fight about it on a msg board? :)

ctide
10-20-2006, 11:25 AM
Yeah, I just figured it out....

Why do I say I'm going to be good today? Because I have some personal opinions about the last two guys....but why fight about it on a msg board? :)

lol, same here with some of the reformers... thats why i did it

its all good though, last 2?... i would figure first 2 no doubt

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 11:29 AM
haha...I don't recognize the 1st two....

ctide
10-20-2006, 11:30 AM
haha...I don't recognize the 1st two....

lol

finney & john g lake

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 11:31 AM
lol

finney & john g lake

woah, you got an all-star cast, there....:D

LENZ_1
10-20-2006, 12:06 PM
Who are those guys? The only one I do recognize is Seymore.

J Hoyt
10-20-2006, 02:45 PM
How do you do that my northern neighbor?
Click on User CP up top, click on Edit Options, and there's an option on the bottom half of the the page.

jnorman888
10-20-2006, 02:48 PM
all the ones with woodcuts of the reformers

i might make mine read like this

http://snyders.ws/alan/images/finney.jpghttp://www.befilledwithspiritualpower.com/images/lake150.jpghttp://wwnet.fi/users/veijone/Seymour.jpghttp://pentecostalpioneers.org/images/Smith%20Wigglesworth-4.jpg



Ok the first one looks like Finney, the Third one looks like Seymor, and the last one looks like Smith Wigglesworth.


But uhm......who is the second one?

Danielle
10-20-2006, 02:55 PM
all the ones with woodcuts of the reformers

i might make mine read like this

http://snyders.ws/alan/images/finney.jpghttp://www.befilledwithspiritualpower.com/images/lake150.jpghttp://wwnet.fi/users/veijone/Seymour.jpghttp://pentecostalpioneers.org/images/Smith%20Wigglesworth-4.jpg


3 out of the 4 owned my people.............













































just playing, or I'm I?

Live@Baruch
10-20-2006, 02:57 PM
john g lake is serious

ctide
10-20-2006, 03:01 PM
3 out of the 4 owned my people.............

if you do some history, penticostals were unquestionably the forrunners in desegregation in the usa

Danielle
10-20-2006, 03:51 PM
if you do some history, penticostals were unquestionably the forrunners in segregation in the usa


what do you mean by the comment? did they own slaves? or am I wrong?

lisajames96
10-20-2006, 03:53 PM
what do you mean by the comment? did they own slaves? or am I wrong?

maybe he meant DE segregation?:confused:

StreetSermonz
10-20-2006, 03:55 PM
maybe he meant DE segregation?:confused:
lol that's what he meant, I sincerely doubt that Smith Wigglesworth owned slaves...

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 03:55 PM
if you do some history, penticostals were unquestionably the forrunners in segregation in the usa

Charles Parham surely wasn't....

ctide
10-20-2006, 03:59 PM
i actually meant to type "intergration"

Read up on "azusa street" & "camp koinonia"

not to bash, but didnt edwards own slaves?

didnt wesley have a nasty marrage and denounce his faith at the end of his life?

by there fruit right? not by there doctrine ;)

charles parham was an ******* who had some good doctrine... just like some fathers of the reformation

didnt luther say all jews should have there houses torn down and be kick outa society???

funny since his defenders will say it was in reference to the false religion of the jews, yet luther never talked bout catholics like that

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:10 PM
i say all that not to fight, but to say... not every person in any group was good... false prophets come from amoung us right???

this doesnt change the fact that penticostals largely led the way in intergration in the USA... if you dont think so, then you just not well informed

Parham's discusting life doesnt black ball the intergration at azuza street

Danielle
10-20-2006, 04:10 PM
i actually meant to type "intergration"

Read up on "azusa street" & "camp koinonia"

not to bash, but didnt edwards own slaves and didnt he have a nasty marrage? by there fruit right? not by there doctrine ;)

charles parham was an ******* who had some good doctrine... just like some fathers of the reformation

didnt luther say all jews should have there houses torn down and be kick outa society???

funny since his defenders will say it was in reference to the false religion of the jews, yet luther never talked bout catholics like that

totally agree, Edwards owned slaves, yet people still expect his theology:(

jeyjey34
10-20-2006, 04:13 PM
totally agree, Edwards owned slaves, yet people still expect his theology:(

I think you meant "respect" his theology. ;)

QuietSavedbySermonzfareal
10-20-2006, 04:14 PM
<------wonders if everything that Ctide is saying is true...

lisajames96
10-20-2006, 04:15 PM
totally agree, Edwards owned slaves, yet people still expect his theology:(

http://smilieshq.com/smilies/sign0078.gif uh uhn, don't do it Danielle...he aint worff it :D ...(she know what I am talking about...i hope)

lisajames96
10-20-2006, 04:16 PM
i say all that not to fight, but to say... not every person in any group was good... false prophets come from amoung us right???

this doesnt change the fact that penticostals largely led the way in intergration in the USA... if you dont think so, then you just not well informed

Parham's discusting life doesnt black ball the intergration at azuza street

disgusting?...hmmm, did he leave the toilet seat up and miss it all together too?...:D

Danielle
10-20-2006, 04:18 PM
i say all that not to fight, but to say... not every person in any group was good... false prophets come from amoung us right???

this doesnt change the fact that penticostals largely led the way in intergration in the USA... if you dont think so, then you just not well informed

Parham's discusting life doesnt black ball the intergration at azuza street


of course, but I still stated the obvious, and somethings just can't be ignored nor excepted, and the purchasing and trading of humans beings is something that cannot be tolerated. And furthermore Penticostals were not only made up of white americans but also african americans were at the for front of that denominations, so of course they would eventually have to gravitate towards persuing integration in America for African Americans.

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:19 PM
<------wonders if everything that Ctide is saying is true...

what do you have a problem with? please let me know instead of manipulation like that.

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:21 PM
of course, but I still stated the obvious, and somethings just can't be ignored nor excepted, and the purchasing and trading of humans beings is something that cannot be tolerated. And furthermore Penticostals were not only made up of white americans but also african americans were at the for front of that denominations, so of course they would eventually have to gravitate towards persuing integration in America for African Americans.

so are you saying that it wasnt anything nobel because eventually they would have to gravitate???

it wasnt an easy stand by any means

Danielle
10-20-2006, 04:26 PM
http://smilieshq.com/smilies/sign0078.gif uh uhn, don't do it Danielle...he aint worff it :D ...(she know what I am talking about...i hope)


lol, naw aint gonna do it.

MORE LOVE LESS EGO

Danielle
10-20-2006, 04:28 PM
so are you saying that it wasnt anything nobel because eventually they would have to gravitate???

it wasnt an easy stand by any means


It was easy for them to make slaves out of us, but I am dropping the subject. We have been here before on HCR with others on this topic and it doesn't bring anything good, but disagreement, so MORE LOVE LESS EGO

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:31 PM
as general rule, espectially on controvertial topics

if you think i am lying, please confront me on what you think i am lying about... dont taint my name by taking shots at my integrity, and therefore causing folks to second guess everything i write, as opposed to what you actually believe is not the truth.

unfortunatly, calvinists, penticostals, methodists, catholics, USA... all got ugly spots in there history... even by highly esteemed heros sometimes

to cover it up or act like it never happened is shameful, to investigate and see if allegations hold water is honest.

dont put your faith in man and you wont be let down by man

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 04:32 PM
i say all that not to fight, but to say... not every person in any group was good... false prophets come from amoung us right???

this doesnt change the fact that penticostals largely led the way in intergration in the USA... if you dont think so, then you just not well informed

Parham's discusting life doesnt black ball the intergration at azuza street

I'm going to be good today....I'm not gonna discuss Azusa Street :)

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:33 PM
It was easy for them to make slaves out of us, but I am dropping the subject. We have been here before on HCR with others on this topic and it doesn't bring anything good, but disagreement, so MORE LOVE LESS EGO

if they were baptists, would you be so quick to underplay the nobility of there intergration???

lets just be honest, even if you believe Azuza St was demonic, the fact of intergration and acceptance of a black leader is remarkable... especially given the critisism of the conservative christian world around them (including other penticostal leaders)

can i get a nonpennticostal to admit the nobility of the penticostal intergration in the turn of last cent? please?

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 04:36 PM
CTide.....

You'll be satisfied to know that I'm biting my tongue over here...I can almost taste the blood. :D

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:37 PM
CTide.....

You'll be satisfied to know that I'm biting my tongue over here...I can almost taste the blood. :D

lol, i dont want blood... i want to know what you think..... you are mad level headed, i repsect a good discussion without peeps taking it personal

let me know what you think, maybe i am wrong... im open

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 04:39 PM
wasn't this thread about signatures? :)

okay, what do you want cats to admit about the forefathers of pentacostalism?

StreetSermonz
10-20-2006, 04:40 PM
Asuza St. Demonic?? :confused:

How did this discussion go from the most annoying signature to digging dirt on preachers?

by the way, Ever Increasing Faith by Smith Wigglesworth is a must read.

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:40 PM
wasn't this thread about signatures? :)

okay, what do you want cats to admit about the forefathers of pentacostalism?

that azuza street was intergrated at the cost of respect and acceptance amoung the church at large (including other penticostals)

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:42 PM
Asuza St. Demonic?? :confused:

How did this discussion go from the most annoying signature to digging dirt on preachers?

by the way, Ever Increasing Faith by Smith Wigglesworth is a must read.

anyone that will never read wigglesworth, rather only about him will never know

4sight, you ever give wiggles a chance? or do just you accepted what you heard about him? a sincere question

StreetSermonz
10-20-2006, 04:44 PM
didnt wesley have a nasty marrage and denounce his faith at the end of his life?
hey C-tide, how do you know this?

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:47 PM
hey C-tide, how do you know this?

note: john wesley, not charles... look it up duke... i know it cause i try to read unbias sources like encylopidias and history books as opposed to only penticostal history books or only reformers history books

actually i learned it in my calvinist home school high school "church history" text books

StreetSermonz
10-20-2006, 04:50 PM
note: john wesley, not charles... look it up duke... i know it cause i try to read unbias sources like encylopidias and history books as opposed to only penticostal history books or only reformers history books

actually i learned it in my calvinist home school high school "church history" text books
I gotta dig deeper, I didn't even realize there were 2 wesley's! :o

montenell
10-20-2006, 04:51 PM
interesting part from wiki on wesley


He is described as below medium height, well proportioned, strong, with a bright eye, a clear complexion, and a saintly, intellectual face. He married very unhappily, at the age of forty-eight, a widow, Mary Vazeille, and had no children; she left him fifteen years later. He died peacefully, after a short illness, leaving as the result of his life-work 135,000 members, and 541 itinerant preachers under the name "Methodist." He is buried in a small graveyard behind Wesley's Chapel in City Road, London.

Despite his achievements he never quite overcame profound self-doubt. At the age of 63, he wrote to his brother, (possibly speaking in metaphors) "I do not love God. I never did. Therefore I never believed, in the Christian sense of the word." (Quoted, Tomkins John Wesley: A Biography (Eerdmans, 2003) 168.)





i'm sure the last statement was taken out of context of what he meant, but who knows

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 04:52 PM
Some say that Wesley was one of the people responsible for what eventually became pentacostalism....

I'm not big on discussing people. Usually I don't make references to Calvinism, Arminianism, etc....it just gets in the way of the point, and usually becomes the central theme when it should be the Word of God.

Sometimes it's necessary...but I think that most of the time, it makes the water cloudy.

So.... how about those sigs? :D

ctide
10-20-2006, 04:54 PM
I'm not big on discussing people. Usually I don't make references to Calvinism, Arminianism, etc....it just gets in the way of the point, and usually becomes the central theme when it should be the Word of God.

Sometimes it's necessary...but I think that most of the time, it makes the water cloudy.

So.... how about those sigs? :D

amen... thats why those signatures with faces on em are the most annoying!!!!!!!!!!

lol

i hope i made my point ;)

StreetSermonz
10-20-2006, 04:54 PM
So.... how about those sigs? :D
mine is the best!

4Sight Sounds
10-20-2006, 04:59 PM
mine is the best!

This thread is about annoying sigs....STAY ON TOPIC!! :D

montenell
10-20-2006, 05:02 PM
This thread is about annoying sigs....STAY ON TOPIC!! :D



actually it can be annoying, best or interesting,

for best i vote montenell

jnorman888
10-20-2006, 05:28 PM
interesting part from wiki on wesley


He is described as below medium height, well proportioned, strong, with a bright eye, a clear complexion, and a saintly, intellectual face. He married very unhappily, at the age of forty-eight, a widow, Mary Vazeille, and had no children; she left him fifteen years later. He died peacefully, after a short illness, leaving as the result of his life-work 135,000 members, and 541 itinerant preachers under the name "Methodist." He is buried in a small graveyard behind Wesley's Chapel in City Road, London.

Despite his achievements he never quite overcame profound self-doubt. At the age of 63, he wrote to his brother, (possibly speaking in metaphors) "I do not love God. I never did. Therefore I never believed, in the Christian sense of the word." (Quoted, Tomkins John Wesley: A Biography (Eerdmans, 2003) 168.)





i'm sure the last statement was taken out of context of what he meant, but who knows

Wesly had a hard time loving his earthly Father. Infact, he feared him, and this is why he stressed the fear of God, because he feared God just like he feared his earthly Father.