Michael Hranek wrote: Really? Ever hear of ....... John the Baptist? Protesting (preaching against evil and sin) assembling to peaceably bring valid grievance before the state, that the state might ammend its ways, is quite a bit different from lawless rebellion against the state to overthrow it. We all might well consider if the right to peaceably assemble to address grievances is taken away such injustice breeds rebellion not peace
Good morning Michael, hope all is well with you. Just a quick question, wasn't John the Baptist preaching against the established church (Judaism) and not Rome?
I have a 12 year old son that has autism. He is an awesome little boy that brings joy to everyone he comes in contact with. It says in the scriptures that God only gives good and perfect gifts. I'm blessed to be my sons father and God gave me a wonderful gift in my son.
It saddens my heart to even read such hateful things as contained in this article. He speaks from ignorance. My son is a very happy young man. He leads us in prayer before every meal! The world is a better place with my son in it!!!
Hello Mike, I am in no way saying you can't be involved in politics.Vote your conscience. Stump for the one you like best. But when we wholesale get involved with Christianity we don't bring politics up to the level of Jesus, we drag Christ name down. It's never a good thing, in my opinion, to split your witness. I just don't feel any vote or election or candidate will effect anything God wants to accomplish. God is so much bigger than that.
watch and pray wrote: Partisan politics and legislative enactments cannot provide church revival and religious awakening.
Thank you so much watch, these statements are so true. Maybe, we are in this pickle BECAUSE the churches got overtly involved in politics and quit preaching the Word. Going out and hawking for any candidate or party IS NOT spreading the gospel message...
get real, why are you so angry at the brothers and sisters that debate the news? As opinionated as they may be it's still their opinion, and they are entitled to it. As far as pot use in Colorado, it's been voted for recreational use. That's what has some people's hackles up. I don't think many would argue for someone using it for say pain while dealing with cancer.
Christopher000 wrote: âI definitely think itâs a calling,â Lyons said. âYou feel a passion for the people who are negatively impacted by these acts." 85-95,000 murdered babys and he says in the article that the womens gratitude makes it all worth it Passion for the women? Negatively impacted? Yeah, by their own irresponsibility and promiscuity. Why bother being careful or obtstaining when it's barbarically legal to kill a baby for any stinking reason? No worries, I can take a pill that will eat the baby or just have him/her sucked apart whenever I feel like it. Oh, it's okay though because the doctors say that little Tommy or little Annie don't feel any pain. Lies, lies, lies. Justified, rationalized, barbaric, inhuman, inhumane, murder.
So true Chris, back a few months ago there was a man that killed a deer out of season. He used the meat to feed his family. The court kept his gun, find him almost $1000 and threatened to take his truck as well. The removed his priviledge to hunt in KY for one year. All for killing a deer to feed his family.
Very true statement Chris, I have not seen in all my 55 years such a tumultuous time as in the present generation. How incredible is the gay lobby? They have been very heavy-handed indeed. Homosexuality is nothing new, it's existed since the OT times or else God wouldn't have written about it in scripture. However, never before has it been thrust on the population like it is today!
SF from TX wrote: Unprofitable Servant wrote: " Modern medicine is not an addiction that taken up by homeless people who stay drunk to drown their sorrows." While it doesn't cause them to stay drunk it is an addiction-ever heard of pill popping? Personally, I see junk food like I see smoking/drinking/etc-don't lie and say it's fine when it's not. Barry, do you have a link to the video? Penny, since my personal situation has occured the only good use I have found for dr pepper is thrashing it. Just a question, why is it ok to go off topic on anything and everything with the exception of health?
I will post a similar youtube video. The one I saw was at a seminar at the University of KY. It's scary to think of the poison being outgassed. And they put this stuff in my son's shots. I stopped the shots after he was diagnosed with autism.
penned wrote: I agree with both of you in some ways. they put mercury fillings in the mouth and then when the brain isn't working give psychotropics. (really, dentists are the worst about this kind of thing, how brainwashed can you be to put mercury in a man's mouth???) the food ruins the intestines and then surprise the person has whacked out hormones, and then, wow, they get diabetes and then cancer. and they say its all genetic. I think people today go to the doctor just to hear them say that they have a genetically inherited disorder, just so that they can go home and say it wasn't their fault. and I know many of these things have an inherited component, but to say that that's all there is to it, is just a way to keep the hoards of cancer patients from questioning all the chemicals in their bodies and make life adjustments. a society with open eyes would want their land back for glyco - free farming, with open field grazed animals, bee farms and all that once was.
Penned, funny you mention this, I watched a video presentation of a dr. that removed a mercury filing out of the mouth of a cadaver that had been dead for 25 years. It was still outgasing poison. The presentation was about removing mercury from the shots for our children.