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Obama Awards Presidential Medal of Freedom to Abortion Activist Gloria Steinem

Longtime pro-abortion activist Gloria Steinem today received the highest honor the Untied States can bestow upon a citizen who is not a member of the U.S. military. Obama today awarded sixteen recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and those recipients included abortion activist Gloria Steinem.

The Presidential Medal of Freedom is “presented to individuals who have made especially meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United States, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors,” and Obama apparently believes dedicating one’s life to promoting abortion is a part of that list. ...


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News Item11/25/13 9:17 PM
HDS  Protected NameFind all comments by HDS
Did you notice that Oprah and Bill Clinton and a couple of athletes also got it.

They were not very picky this year.

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News Item11/24/13 12:02 PM
Thomas the Doubter | Ohio  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
SteveR writes: I am a false christian spreading jesuit lies and doing the work of the great deceiver who is my father.
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News Item11/23/13 2:56 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much, saith the Word. Maybe if isn't fervent enough, it won't availeth as much? Or maybe if it's all predestined, (and we wouldn't want to do that) the fervency or lack of it doesn't matter anyway? Answered prayer is in accordance with God's will. But not being omniscient, we don't know his will in every circumstance we come to. So we pray anyway. You're not dipping a toe into fatalism, are you bro?
Surely not, bro.

However, we should not think to keep repeating prayers over and over and over, thinking to change God's mind. Oops, that just reminded me of the chap who wanted some loaves for his late visitor and the whining widow with the judge.

Keep whining Mike, maybe the Lord will get fed up and give you what you want.

Only kidding.

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News Item11/23/13 2:42 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
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I am not one for "wishful thinking", neither do I plead with God for the soul of my Aunt Nellie, nor do I wish to pray for revival except it be a burden on my heart put there by the Holy Ghost.
Why do so many think to change God's mind concerning his own purposes and will? Are we to deny predestination and election? Should we pray for what WE want, rather than what God wants?
I am getting to dislike the expression, even though it be well meant, "I will pray for you."
Ah well, I may be wrong, but I cannot help holding this line at present. I would rather see revival than hold a committee meeting to....
The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much, saith the Word. Maybe if isn't fervent enough, it won't availeth as much? Or maybe if it's all predestined, (and we wouldn't want to do that) the fervency or lack of it doesn't matter anyway? Answered prayer is in accordance with God's will. But not being omniscient, we don't know his will in every circumstance we come to. So we pray anyway. You're not dipping a toe into fatalism, are you bro?
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News Item11/23/13 1:04 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
US, yes, good points all, and worthy of ponderation.

I haven't got e-sword open at the mo, but I think of when it is said, "If ye ask anything according to his will, he heareth us."

If you can excuse the opposite being true also, it says that if we ask anything which is not in accord with his will, he hears it not.

Now my interpretation may be incorrect, but that is my line at present.

And if I was a good fervent prayer-warriour, I should not be second-in-line to Frank as chief of sinners.

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News Item11/23/13 12:34 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John UK wrote:
Wa Hey US..
Romans 11:33-36 (KJV)"O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out! For who hath known the mind of the Lord? or who hath been his counsellor? Or who hath first given to him, and it shall be recompensed unto him again? For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen."

Thanks John UK, you are always a blessing. To be sure, known unto God are all His works from the beginning of the World and He indeed knew that He would spare Nineveh, the children of Israel, Peter, etc.but the intercessors knew it not. We need the spirit of Abraham who interceded for the righteous of Sodom and Gomorrah(he knew not they did not exist except for Lot) and Paul who asked for the lives of those on board the ship with him. Did not Paul say pray for us? Now, we need more prayers like we see in the first chapters of Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians. We need more people like Epaphras who labor fervently in prayer for the saints (very convicting to even ponder that one) I am sure you are a man of prayer. "Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name: ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full." John 16:24

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News Item11/23/13 11:37 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Wa Hey US,

Plenty of scripture from you as usual - what a delight!

I'll comment on a few of them.

1. Peter's imprisonment and the all-night prayer meeting. Ah yes, this is what I like to see - answered prayer! Didn't take long, either.

2. James's chiding of bad pray-ers.

3. Ninevite repentance. Now we've just been learning about this on a Sunday night. Did God change his mind? Repent? No, he says, "I am the Lord that changeth not, not a son of man that I should repent." What happened in Ninevah is that the people repented. And God, in accordance with his character, will always forgive any who repent. So it wasn't the Lord who changed, but the people. So the message of Jonah to the people that God would destroy them, was only correct if they repented not. God already knew that they would, as did Jonah, who did not want them to.

I think you can apply this principle that God does not change (on a daily basis in respect to man) to the other points you made.

I know I'm almost out of depth here, but am willing to learn anything and keep an open mind, as it is an important issue.

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News Item11/23/13 11:14 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Hey John UK, thanks for your response. I admire your devotion to God and desire that His name and character be held in high esteem, your jealousy for His honor is one we should all emulate.

I would note that when Peter was thrown into prison after the beheading of James, there was an all night prayer meeting for his safety. All our prayers are to be done in concordance with our precious Savior's words, nevertheless not my will but Thine be done. Even James chided those who ask things that they may consume it upon their own lust. The people of Nineveh prayed that God would spare them after He had decreed their destruction, also Moses intervened to saving of the destruction of the children of Israel more than once. Job prayed faithfully for his children on a daily basis, yet you see his humble submission to God's will when they were taken. God told Hezekiah to get his house in order, yet in response to his prayers and tears added 15 years to his life. God suspended the laws of nature that He established to answer the prayer of Joshua. I am commanded to pray for leaders that I may live a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty, does it not make sense that leaders who fear God would help make that a reality than ones who disregard Him?

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News Item11/23/13 10:40 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
John UK, may I encourage you take the time to listen to Spurgeon's pulpit prayers (http://tinyurl.com/k8aa956) here on SA,and note the intercession for your country and ours. I would that God would do a mighty work for His glory in our land, but rejoice in His hand in any country in which His Spirit works revival and righteousness.
US, I rather think that millions and millions of prayers have emitted from the mouths of mere men for two thousand years, many of which were either not accepted by God, or were responded to with a negative. I suggest that these "prayers" were out of the will of God, and therefore sin. I am not one for "wishful thinking", neither do I plead with God for the soul of my Aunt Nellie, nor do I wish to pray for revival except it be a burden on my heart put there by the Holy Ghost.

Why do so many think to change God's mind concerning his own purposes and will? Are we to deny predestination and election? Should we pray for what WE want, rather than what God wants?

I am getting to dislike the expression, even though it be well meant, "I will pray for you."

Ah well, I may be wrong, but I cannot help holding this line at present. I would rather see revival than hold a committee meeting to....

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News Item11/23/13 10:13 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
wrote:
I don't think the Lords hand is on America any longer, I just get that feeling by what I see.the powers that be are moving towards eradicating Christianity , the church has fallen asleep and lost its place, lots of Christians don't think it's their beeswax to get involved in political issues, there's this name it and claim it gospel in our churches. Lots of doctrinal issues, lost of head knowledge , the list is too big to continue. ..
No disagreement from me here, if God doesn't intervene in blessing we are definitely, rightly so, under His judgment. I enjoyed you post.

Thomas, I agree with you this country does many things to incur His wrath more than His blessing, but would to God we would see that switched.

John UK, may I encourage you take the time to listen to Spurgeon's pulpit prayers (http://tinyurl.com/k8aa956) here on SA,and note the intercession for your country and ours. I would that God would do a mighty work for His glory in our land, but rejoice in His hand in any country in which His Spirit works revival and righteousness.

We have seen His hand here in mighty ways in first and second great awakening but alas our populace is much more heathen than the Indians to whom David Brainerd brought the gospel.

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News Item11/23/13 9:58 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Thomas the Doubter wrote:
US-
Yes I would like for God to bless America but think he cannot bless a nation that embraces infanticide.
Btw, i never take anyone elses opinion personal, you are free to say what you will
You have too many 'can nots' for GOD in your vocabulary. The LORD sent his only begotten SON to a people that had a history of sacrificing their children to other gods. The first Christian martyrs were just toddlers & babies at the 'Slaughter of the Innocents" and MY LORD still did not forsake HIS people

Matthew 2:16 Then Herod, when he saw that he was mocked of the wise men, was exceeding wroth, and sent forth, and slew all the children that were in Bethlehem, and in all the coasts thereof, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had diligently enquired of the wise men.

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News Item11/23/13 9:04 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Thomas the Doubter wrote:
Yes I would like for God to bless America but think he cannot bless a nation that embraces infanticide.
The realist, he say, millions of Americans say God bless America every day. But the "prayer" is never answered. The realist, he say, Why not? And Thomas says that he cannot imagine God blessing such an evil nation. And realistically, if God does indeed bless "nations", he would be correct.

And it will not help the cause to support another nation called Israel. That is caused by bad theology from the church.

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News Item11/23/13 8:54 AM
Thomas the Doubter | Ohio  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
US-
Yes I would like for God to bless America but think he cannot bless a nation that embraces infanticide.
Btw, i never take anyone elses opinion personal, you are free to say what you will
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News Item11/23/13 6:48 AM
  
I don't think the Lords hand is on America any longer, I just get that feeling by what I see.the powers that be are moving towards eradicating christianity , the church has fallen asleep and lost its place, lots of Christians don't think it's their beeswax to get involved in political issues, there's this name it and claim it gospel in our churches. Lots of doctrinal issues, lost of head knowledge , the list is too big to continue. Before I get slammed, I'm just as guilty. God please forgive me, forgive us as the church, forgive us for holding to a form of godliness but denying its power. Forgive us for allowing non believers and the immoral for shutting us down and putting us in the closet. Forgive us for not speaking out and speaking up. For our actions we are going to pay a deep price . God help us to do more than sitting there and praying.
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News Item11/22/13 11:23 PM
Mrs S  Find all comments by Mrs S
Very well said US.
Was a blessing to read instead of all what is wrong!
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News Item11/22/13 11:21 PM
Mrs S  Find all comments by Mrs S
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News Item11/22/13 11:16 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Don't take this personally Thomas the Doubter, your sentiment is shared by others who post here.

I really wonder why people say that (didn't we condemn Jeremiah Wright for such an attitude?)

Don't they want God to bless America with revival?
Don't they want God to bless America by stifling the onward march of the homosexual movement?
Don't' they want God to bless America with prosperity so they can take care of their own and we as a nation can reach out to those in need?
Don't they want God to bless America with churches that preach, teach and practice the Word of God?
Don't they want God to bless America with missionaries to send to foreign lands to proclaim the unsearchable riches of Christ to the heathen?
Don't they want God to bless America with people who fear God and desire to keep his commandments?
Don't they want God to bless America for the printing and sending out His Word to other believers on foreign soil who would love to have a copy of the Scriptures?
Don't they want God to bless American with men and women of great faith who wrestle with God in intercessory prayer?

May God bless America, not because we are America,we are not worthy of the least of His favor, but to bring glory and honor to His name and magnify His Son our precious Lord.

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News Item11/22/13 9:24 PM
Thomas the Doubter | Ohio  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
God bless America!?
No,I think not...
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News Item11/22/13 10:53 AM
Mr b  Find all comments by Mr b
I agree with you sister Dolores , I call him Alfred because I just simply cannot show respect to a man who stands against everything a christian stands for. I truly pity the man. I like spurgeon too. Matter of fact I like learning and reading about all the old men and women of faith, like finney, brainard, ten boom, wilkerson , ravenhill and the like. These people set a standard on how to live the Christian life . Lord knows I'm not there but I sure wish I was. Well God bless you sister!!
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News Item11/22/13 10:30 AM
Dolores L | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores L
Mr.b, I have a friend, who calls him Obummer. I read a devotional every morning by C H Spurgeon, what a deep Christian he was, what a blessing he is even today. Gloria S.is no friend of women, never was..Jesus Christ and His teaching set women free Stienman put them back in bondage, the bondage of satan who works on destroying the family and nations,using people like Obama and Gloria to do his dirty work.
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