How do I increase font size?

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February 14th, 2016, 2:59 am #1

I can attest that my message was not changed, only font size.

Thanks,
Dianna Howell





Ken, How do I increase font size? Hurting my eyes too.


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February 14th, 2016, 4:04 am #2

[color=#0000FF" size="4" face="times]Dianna,

I read your well-written message last night. [Admittedly I was wondering what was changed -- I couldn't tell if there was something deleted or modified.] So, I agree with you now: the intent was not to change the message, but to change the font size for easier reading.

What font type and size would you prefer? Let us know.

Meanwhile, I'm going to make a note that it's been edited to change the font size.

Thanks for your participation.

Donnie[/color]

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February 14th, 2016, 4:30 am #3

[color=#000000" size="4" face="times]Dianna,

Your message on page 7 has been changed for font size and face -- just like this text.[/color]

[color=#000000" size="4" face="times]Would you like the text bolded just like this sentence?[/color]
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February 14th, 2016, 6:56 am #4

I can attest that my message was not changed, only font size.

Thanks,
Dianna Howell





Ken, How do I increase font size? Hurting my eyes too.


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[color=#000000" size="4" face="times]Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:

1. A beginning tag precedes the text; it consists of:

-------- the less than symbol: <
-------- the tag: FONT SIZE=4 COLOR=BLUE FACE=TIMES
-------- the greater than symbol: >

2. Your text, such as: Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:

3. An ending tag following the text:

-------- the less than symbol: <
-------- the slash symbol: /
-------- the tag: FONT
-------- the greater than symbol: >

In the examples below, I'm using the beginning bracket symbol, instead of the less than symbol. I'm also using the ending bracket symbol, instead of the greater than symbol. The reason is that if I use both < and >, the HTML code will be executed, and you will not be able to see the format of the tags. In reality, you must use the < and > symbols intead of the [ and ].
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<blockquote>[font size=4 color=blue face=times]Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:[/font]
Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:
</blockquote>
[color=#000000" size="4" face="times]Other common tags: means BOLD; means ITALICIZE; means UNDERLINE.

Other colors: COLOR=BLACK, COLOR=RED, COLOR=GREEN.

Other fonts: FACE=ARIAL, FACE=COURIER, FACE=VERDANA[/color]
<blockquote>[font size=3 color=red face=times]Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:[/font]
Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:

[font size=4 color=blue face=times]Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:[/font]
Here are the basic rules for formatting your text message:
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February 14th, 2016, 5:12 pm #5

The larger and more colorful the texts the more it irritates people like the adorable praise singers do to disciples.

I have responded to your Nadab and Abihu comments under the "singing" thread because people mock God's Silence by claiming to lead you into the "holy place" which they claim is BEFORE God. Jay Guin features Jonathan Stormat who has NEW READINGS on music, the charismatic movement, continuation of miracles and homosexuals.

http://oneinjesus.info/2013/12/jonathan ... sationism/

Jay Guin says: Nadab and Abihu were sons of Aaron and priests when the Law of Moses was first instituted. They offered “strange fire” and God killed them.

Of course that's a lie.

They called it, “Strange Fire”

Which may not mean much to you, but it means a lot to me. Because growing up in the Restoration Movement, that is a reference to an obscure little story in Leviticus that no other branch in Christian tradition really paid attention to.


There are OTHER versions of this obscure event such as the end time religious craftsment as sorcerers being CAST ALIVE INTO THE LAKE OF FIRE.

It’s the story of Nadab and Abihu, some of the first priests in the Torah. It’s 10 little verses that end with God smiting Nadab and Abihu because they offered “Strange” or “Unauthorized Fire.”


This is another one of those passages to prove that people who sell their own learning CANNOT read. God didn't care whether people burned incense by the camel load with whatever fire they wished: the punch line was that they did it BEFORE THE LORD. God had already put the holy places of the Tabernacle (of witness) OFF LIMITS because they "rose up to play in instrumental-trinitarian idolatry." The Tabernacle or Temple was not a house of witness but had become a WITNESS once a year between the potentially estranged tribe.

Jay Guin: Remember, the argument against instrumental music, clapping, and many other things is based on a lack of authority–not a violation of an explicit command. No one argues that God permits Christians to intentionally violate a command. But additions that do not violate a command are a much different question.

If God commands something for Moses and Aaron He explicitely forbids it to others. God PROPHESIED that Jesus would be MOCKED with music and the concept of "burning outside the came" somehow applies to Jesus: he did not decay nor consumed. God did not FORBID it but intententionally PROPHESIED that it would happen:



<font face="arial" size="5">The same Levites as exorcists or soothsayers died in the fires of Jerusalem or were cast into Topheth (Tabret) and burned or consumed on a bed of maggots.

You can sell ignorance but you cannot give truth away.

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February 15th, 2016, 1:09 am #6

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February 15th, 2016, 1:21 am #7

The larger and more colorful the texts the more it irritates people like the adorable praise singers do to disciples.

I have responded to your Nadab and Abihu comments under the "singing" thread because people mock God's Silence by claiming to lead you into the "holy place" which they claim is BEFORE God. Jay Guin features Jonathan Stormat who has NEW READINGS on music, the charismatic movement, continuation of miracles and homosexuals.

http://oneinjesus.info/2013/12/jonathan ... sationism/

Jay Guin says: Nadab and Abihu were sons of Aaron and priests when the Law of Moses was first instituted. They offered “strange fire” and God killed them.

Of course that's a lie.

They called it, “Strange Fire”

Which may not mean much to you, but it means a lot to me. Because growing up in the Restoration Movement, that is a reference to an obscure little story in Leviticus that no other branch in Christian tradition really paid attention to.


There are OTHER versions of this obscure event such as the end time religious craftsment as sorcerers being CAST ALIVE INTO THE LAKE OF FIRE.

It’s the story of Nadab and Abihu, some of the first priests in the Torah. It’s 10 little verses that end with God smiting Nadab and Abihu because they offered “Strange” or “Unauthorized Fire.”


This is another one of those passages to prove that people who sell their own learning CANNOT read. God didn't care whether people burned incense by the camel load with whatever fire they wished: the punch line was that they did it BEFORE THE LORD. God had already put the holy places of the Tabernacle (of witness) OFF LIMITS because they "rose up to play in instrumental-trinitarian idolatry." The Tabernacle or Temple was not a house of witness but had become a WITNESS once a year between the potentially estranged tribe.

Jay Guin: Remember, the argument against instrumental music, clapping, and many other things is based on a lack of authority–not a violation of an explicit command. No one argues that God permits Christians to intentionally violate a command. But additions that do not violate a command are a much different question.

If God commands something for Moses and Aaron He explicitely forbids it to others. God PROPHESIED that Jesus would be MOCKED with music and the concept of "burning outside the came" somehow applies to Jesus: he did not decay nor consumed. God did not FORBID it but intententionally PROPHESIED that it would happen:



<font face="arial" size="5">The same Levites as exorcists or soothsayers died in the fires of Jerusalem or were cast into Topheth (Tabret) and burned or consumed on a bed of maggots.

You can sell ignorance but you cannot give truth away.

</font>
I am going to switch it to size=4:

The font size you used is fine. Im going to assume that you have increased it, unless you tell me otherwise. It still looks the same as I am typing this message,which is hard to see. I see reading glasses in my future. Will utilizing the instructions you provided increase the font on my end?

Glad you elaborated on the Nadab and Abihu verse. I used that verse for the purpose that you explained. I should have included the rest of the story, but thought the one verse would show God's not messing around.

Ken, you mentioned the sabbath is Gods day of rest, and we have a day of "rest", or that it had never been done away with(or the purposes behind it). There are numerous scriptures in the NT, which reference the sabbath, and I was wondering if you or Donnie would start a thread to discuss this further. If there is already a thread could you direct me to it. There is a verse (that I can't find), that led me to believe our first day of the week is like a sabbath, or we are to keep the sabbath. I've listed some of the verses from NT that could be what I'm talking about...Hopefully, this isn't too confusing. This verse could have applied before Christ was crucified. In the meantime, I will keep looking for the verse, and I will post should I find it.

But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day: (‭Matthew‬ ‭24‬:‭20‬ KJV)

For he spake in a certain place of the seventh day on this wise, And God did rest the seventh day from all his works. (‭Hebrews‬ ‭4‬:‭4‬ KJV)

Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days: (‭Colossians‬ ‭2‬:‭16‬ KJV)

Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. (‭Matthew‬ ‭5‬:‭17‬ KJV)

For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. (‭Matthew‬ ‭5‬:‭18‬ KJV)

There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God. (‭Hebrews‬ ‭4‬:‭9‬ KJV)
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February 15th, 2016, 2:06 am #8

It's true: Joshua never gave a day of rest because the civil-military-clergy complex--condemned in the prophets--proved that the people never escaped slavery including tithes and offerings to feed the levi tribe who operated the King's Shrine which was not a house of worship.

Heb. 4:8 For if Jesus [Joshua] had given them rest,
then would he not afterward have spoken of ANOTHER day.
Heb. 4:9 There remaineth therefore a REST to the people of God.


Allos is not totally different but includes — the next day, another, i. e. one besides what has been mentioned, 7. with Numerals, yet, still, further, It could never mean ANOTHER DAY as a restored SABBATH.

Another DAY is replaced by the new Priests and Levites as 24/7 with someone to supervise your rest.

Kata-Pauo 3. depose from power, k. tina tês archês, tês basilêïês, Hdt.4.1, 6.64; tous turannous Id.5.38 , cf. 2.144, 7.105; Mousas depose them from their honours, cease to worship them, E. HF685
.....Mousa singing, playing the lyre, Aiakō moisan pherein [BURDEN]” Pi.N.3.28;
STOP the: “molpan singing and dancing


But, NO CHANCE: Eur. Her. 685[680] Yes, still the aged singer lifts up his voice of bygone memories: still is my song of the triumphs of Heracles, whether Bromius the giver of wine is near, or the strains of the seven-stringed lyre and the Libyan pipe are rising; [685] not yet will I cease to sing the Muses' praise, my patrons in the dance.

Jesus invited us to come outside and rest with Him and "come learn of me." That was supposed to dispose of the clergy now new priests and levites who LADE BURDENS. The Greek word is Pauo which has less perhaps to do with a DAY as it defines WHAT is to be Paused or STOPPED.

The laded burden includes anything beyond what the Campbells tried to restore as a School of Christ or of the Word. The burden includes "a tax not in time of war."

That was defined inclusively and exclusively for the Church of Christ (the Rock) in the wilderness or synagogue or ekklesia.

We have posted, perhaps in vain, the fact that SABBATH also means SCHOOL. It cuts all strings to field bosses (ministries) and gives one freedom to refresh or be edified which means educated. To the greeks it meant freedom to attend any school as the day when education was possible.

Excludes: Rom. 15:3 For even Christ pleased not himself; but, as it is written, The reproaches of them that reproached thee fell on me.

The Greek and Latin word for self pleasure includes all of the performance arts and crafts which you have to silence if you are not prevented from....

Rom. 15:4 For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope.


I don't know anyone who can understand verse 4.

Maybe you should begin the Sabbath Rest thread: you have quoted a good beginning.
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February 15th, 2016, 5:34 am #9

I can attest that my message was not changed, only font size.

Thanks,
Dianna Howell





Ken, How do I increase font size? Hurting my eyes too.


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[color=#0000FF" size="4" face="times]This thread has remained untitled.

This thread includes instructions to change the font size; it appears to be a continuation of an ongoing discussion of the "Church Singing" thread; etc. (Dianna or Ken may want to initiate a thread on the Sabbath [day].)

Is there any suggestion as to how this thread should be titled? Since it now appears to be a continuing discussion? Let us know.[/color]

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February 15th, 2016, 10:15 am #10



May I suggest,

"Simple Simon Sez Sisters Sit"

Basic Training with Ken is a good start for them. JMHO.

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