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Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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BWS wrote:
Time to choose.
Fortune 500 companies and professional sports and media organisations are all in full agreement and are opposed to Christians Who oppose homosexual Behavior
I agree we should stand against evil. But using your standard you run into a huge problem. According to the Corporate Equality Index which gives out scores for how companies favor LGBTQ policies (100% being a top score) you soon realize you live in a secular world. They say that 89% of employers they rated provide employment protections of the basis of sexual orientation and 87% on gender identity. High scores go out to almost everyone of the medical insurance providers (probably includes the one you use); your car manufacturer; your supermarket (it also includes almost all the companies that provide the products they sell); more than likely it includes your internet provider; your cellphone manufacturer and provider; the stores where you buy your clothing; your drugstore; where you buy your gas (not Exxon); the search engine you use; any hotel at which you stay; your credit card company; your bank; most government agencies with which you deal;your utility company; etc, etc, etc.

The realization is this world is not our home but we do live in it.


News Item7/24/16 4:37 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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http://tinyurl.com/hlrweqa (Europe eyes Israeli technology for spotting lone-wolf terrorists online).

Dave wrote:
Cold air compresses more volume than hot,
That's why I can only talk in short bursts, full of hot air
So, that's the problem Dave?

News Item7/24/16 4:28 PM
KK | USA  Find all comments by KK
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Dolores
Just as we live our lives for Christ –– in our every day discourse, when the opportunity presents itself, each of us should offer–up for consideration REAL FACTS to combat the Hillary Clinton farce/lies ––– there's so much people do not know about Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill Clinton –––– And you know the mainstream media will not report the "FACTUAL" News because they are complicit with the left wing radicals that are trying to bring this country down –––– Most of the talking–heads on national news networks are merely "SPINNING" their own twisted interpretations in accordance with the way "they feel" regarding the subject matter at hand, (*or the narrative they have been instructed to "SPIN"*), rather than presenting the facts so that the citizenry might be equipped to make an "EDUCATED" assessment based on factual information...

Today the majority of people are worshiping at the altar of "SELF" ––– and the love of country is almost nonexistent…

Your husband is right –– there will be a certain percentage that will cast their vote for Hillary regardless/no matter what ––– That is a sad fact indeed

You said you, your husband and some other family members would be voting for Trump in November 👍

_________________________

SteveR


News Item7/24/16 4:18 PM
GSMontana  Find all comments by GSMontana
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Norm from Minnesota writes:
I think we need to make the presidential campaign more like a friendly game of golf. It's time for a mulligan.

I was thinking of something more like the Thunderdome. Two pathological liars go in, one comes out.


News Item7/24/16 4:07 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Ir's a good thing Ronnie was all talk and no action when it came to religion in political arena, q.v. http://tinyurl.com/onnex7e (On abortion, school prayer and Justice O'Connor, Reagan contained the religious right without giving them victories)

Just like Barbara Tuchman, q.v., http://tinyurl.com/ze3j2o3 (Barbara Tuchman - A WORLD OF IDEAS - September 30, 1988). (There's also a transcript of the program located at this URL, if you don't want to watch the show.) I still find it hard to believe someone like Reagan could have gotten in, but who knows if Ronnie did, perhaps Donnie will too?


News Item7/24/16 4:03 PM
BWS  Find all comments by BWS
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NFL and NBA have both publicly derided opposition to transgender and homosexuality and therefore Christians. Yet professing Christians hold pro sports in high esteem as if there is no conflict of principles. Time to choose.

Fortune 500 companies and professional sports and media organisations are all in full agreement and are opposed to Christians Who oppose homosexual Behavior and are increasing their public activism and public persecution accordingly.


News Item7/24/16 4:01 PM
Norm | Minnesota  Find all comments by Norm
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I think we need to make the presidential campaign more like a friendly game of golf. It's time for a mulligan.

News Item7/24/16 3:52 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | Sentimental place  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Ronald Reagan routinely included God and his faith in his speeches and believed, liked the founding fathers of the US, that God should be a part of our country.

"We might come closer to balancing the budget if all of us lived closer to the Commandments and the Golden Rule."

"Without God, there is no virtue because there's no prompting of the conscience. And without God, democracy will not and cannot long endure. If we ever forget that we're one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under."

"Abortion is advocated only by persons who have themselves been born."

"God's miracles are to be found in nature itself; the wind and waves, the wood that becomes a tree - all of these are explained biologically, but behind them is the hand of God."
"America was founded by people who believe that God was their rock of safety. I recognize we must be cautious in claiming that God is on our side, but I think it's all right to keep asking if we're on His side."
"I believe with all my heart that standing up for America means standing up for the God who has so blessed us"

Reagan said. “And by dying for us, Jesus showed how far our love should be ready to go: all the way"

Reagan & Jesus


News Item7/24/16 3:51 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Ah, a comic relief break There was no air-conditioning in WWI, SteveR! Hmm, I heard that Kerry banged his head on a door when he was visiting #10 Downing St. Perhaps this is why he got ISIS and air conditioners mixed up

I guess I see little problem with what Kerry wants to do with the Montreal Treaty, it isn't getting the U.S. adopting tougher standards but getting other countries adopting American standards. Now, I like that idea. http://tinyurl.com/htnmkkg (Emissions of fluorinated gases).

SteveR! It was actually a dirty Presbyterian!!!! who fathered the evils of modern air-conditioning! Willis Carrier You can't trust Presbys at all!!!!! You can blame the Jews for this invention. Of course financing I wouldn't know who did that but of course Jews have a God-given gift in that department.


News Item7/24/16 3:46 PM
BWS  Find all comments by BWS
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then Donald Trump comes in and mocks and despises and absolutely ignores it and puts in a homosexual speaker name Thiel co-founder of PayPal to tear it all down. Trump will persecute Christians. He is liberal.

Sermon7/24/16 3:43 PM
MS  Find all comments by MS
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Blessed PURITY of Heart
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Blessed Truth. Just love the SHALL' too.:)

News Item7/24/16 3:40 PM
BWS  Find all comments by BWS
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Trump invited him to speak, it's his agenda.

News Item7/24/16 3:36 PM
BWS  Find all comments by BWS
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This is the result of Donald Trump's activism, it was his convention to organise and permit speakers to speak to his crowd. This reflects his agenda to make the GOP more inclusive, more liberal, just like he is. Now you see the real Donald Trump. The goal is to abolish conservative social principles at the minimum. It is also therefore a sign of persecution against Christians opposed to homosexual behavior.

Trump has infiltrated the GOP and taken over. Ted Cruz stood alone on principle and was derided for it.

Time to drop your PayPal account if you still have one. Thiel's business.


News Item7/24/16 3:18 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I can't believe what I'm about to do I should slap each hand on the keyboard for typing it, but I have to compliment a John Birch article! (I wouldn't be surprised it was written by a Romist at that!) (Mike of N.Y., see I can compliment an over-the-cliff right-wing source!)

Anyway, what you do as a hobby, and politics should be a hobby for Christians, if they want that particular hobby, but many need to remember--

John MacArthur wrote:
Many think this is a political problem that will not be solved without a political strategy. During the past twenty-five years, well-meaning Christians have founded a number of evangelical activist organizations and sunk millions of dollars into them in an effort to use the apparatus of politics—lobbying, legislation, demonstration, and boycott—to counteract the moral decline of American culture....

But is that a proper perspective? I believe not. America’s moral decline is a spiritual problem, not a political one, and its solution is the gospel, not partisan politics.

-http://tinyurl.com/habzqpz (The Gospel and Politics)

News Item7/24/16 3:06 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Amazing it wasn't pointed that the VP nominee for the GOP was planning to become a Catholic priest and was a Catholic youth teacher? As far as any Christian should be concerned it is really a sorry choice, either party ticket.

Pence is a John Yurick (sp?), Catholic.

Michelle Boorstein wrote:
the connection between conservatives in both communities has fortified, resulting in a religious slang where “evangelical-Catholic” kind of means “we are both conservative Christians who share some views and practices.”

Jacob Lupfer, a religion blogger, said the term conflates “two distinctive traditions in the name of political expediency. And though they claim to be concerned about theological rigor, they create considerable confusion…Just because a few Catholics and evangelicals subscribe to the same conservative magazines does not mean there’s such a thing as ‘evangelical Catholicism.'”

http://tinyurl.com/hpdfp8c (What it means that Mike Pence called himself an ‘evangelical Catholic’)

Ladies and gentlemen, go read http://tinyurl.com/hbtgqek (Politically Incorrect?)


News Item7/24/16 2:49 PM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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Ignominious Emirakan wrote:
The iniquity of the Amalekites has peaked and ready to plow under.
Gen. 15:16 Now Emiraka's iniquity is full - cf Num 14:41
Ps 9:17
You are a couple of thousand years late

News Item7/24/16 2:47 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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WFP, in most cases I agree with you, but in this case, I'm trying to think the last Christian leader that we had, Jimmy Carter? There certainly any "Christian" GOP Presidents during that time period, in any event, http://tinyurl.com/hrc59kp (Jimmy Carter’s Disastrous Olympic Boycott), which many people consider worse than doing nothing.

When it comes to China showing we can show the Chinese they can't grab the http://tinyurl.com/hpw2cha (Spratly Islands), and control the South China Sea shipping lanes.

So, what pressure we can put on various countries is problematic, I'm for the idea of doing something, it's going to take someone with more smarts than me to figure out what to do, that doesn't do more damage than good.


News Item7/24/16 2:47 PM
pennelope  Find all comments by pennelope
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Re: Munich

facebook shows not Iranian but Syrian islamist pro turkey

exactly. those in west who did not have loved ones there were numb while IS was spread throughout ME, now that it comes to west they cringe with fear. instead of acknowledging the agendas and groups behind this (which implicates their own) they make "all moslems" their enemies and think that somehow their military supremacy is eternal and they can take on the world.

when the remedy would be to REPENT and beomce wise as serpents, not just innocent as doves.


News Item7/24/16 2:13 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | Showers  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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What Thiel, the GOP, and Donald Trump need to realize is that no nation can be great if it is not first morally good. If the decline in morality of American life has not taught us anything else, it should have taught us that. And if that decline continues, America will not be great; it will continue to collapse.
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. The American voter at least once had a choice in the ballot box about these issues. The Democratic candidate would be on one side of a moral issue and the Republican candidate would — at least in rhetoric — be on the other side. Now, it appears, the veneer is being removed. If the culture wars regarding moral issues such as abortion, drugs, and gay “marriage” stop mattering to Republicans, they will certainly not stop mattering to Democrats; if the “Right” abandons the field on these — and other — moral issues, the victory of “Left” in the culture wars is a foregone conclusion.

Cruz gave a speech last week to a Party that no longer exists-and was booed for calling for voting your "conscience "- the next day Trump gave a speech to Country that no longer exists-one that had Constitution& Borders& a common culture.

The iniquity of the Amalekites has peaked and ready to plow under.
Gen. 15:16 Now Emiraka's iniquity is full - cf Num 14:41
Ps 9:17


Sermon7/24/16 1:56 PM
Peter Butter | Netherlands  Find all comments by Peter Butter
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Powerful sermon. I am very thankful for the opportunity to follow along with these from across the Atlantic. So thank you - and for that matter, thank God for the chance.
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