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FRONT PAGE  |  10/21/2019
SUNDAY, JUL 21, 2019  |  45 comments  |  2 commentaries
Trump called out by some Christians for using ‘Lord’s name in vain’
The controversial “send her back” crowd chant at President Donald Trump’s North Carolina rally may have gotten all the headlines, but some Christians are grumbling over something most of the media completely ignored.

Trump cursed, and it was not just a few vulgarities. He took the Lord’s name in vain.

Twice.

One state senator in West Virginia was so offended that he sent a letter of rebuke to the White House Thursday, pointing out Trump’s ”terrible choice of words“ during the Greenville rally. ...


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News Item7/25/19 9:17 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Amen, Mike. Jim, you’re a joke. Unfortunately, you have no punch line.
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News Item7/25/19 3:10 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
If my choice is between a crude and rude man who likes our country, and a smooth talking deceiver who wants to fundamentally transform our country into a socialist pigpen, I'll take the former.
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News Item7/25/19 1:12 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Reuters / AP wrote:
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello says he will resign after almost two weeks of protests calling for him to step down over a scandal involving offensive chat messages and government corruption that has rocked the bankrupt island....

Key points:

• Leaked text messages show Ricardo Rossello insulting constituents, including Hurricane Maria victims
• Weeks of often-violent protests eventually led to him announcing his resignation
• He will be succeeded by current Secretary of Justice Wanda Vazquez on August 2

excerpts from, "Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello to step down after controversial texts spark weeks of protests"

https://tinyurl.com/y2tyhuxa

All foul-mouth leaders should follow this excellent example

Ted Cruz? Certainly not a person I would recommend, whoever put up that one--which wasn't me! People born in America not Canada was what I was thinking of. There are plenty of passable ones! Like Jeff Flake, being a Mormon makes him as Christian as Cruz!

You're suggesting Trump and Cruz next time, Timothy?

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News Item7/25/19 11:41 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
If Trump did indeed take the Lord's name in vain than he was wrong. But that does not mean that he is not truly saved. Some saved individuals sometimes take the Lord's name in vain. The Bible does not state that saved individuals no longer sin.
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News Item7/24/19 2:15 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
If Jim has his way, the Democrats will sweep the next election, with Cheech and Chong taking the presidency and vice presidency.
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News Item7/24/19 11:47 AM
Not Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Not Jim Lincoln
Sorry typo In my last post.
I’m certainly not Jim Lincoln
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News Item7/24/19 11:46 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ted Cruz 😜
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News Item7/24/19 9:48 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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Religious Republicans should realize there are the Republicans who could have appointed the same judges as Trump, and still not have the baggage that Mr. Trump carries❗👎
The Republicans need to pick another candidate for President 2020, as far as Christians would be concerned.
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Who should that be, Jim? Name someone, don't just talk about what they should do. Who do YOU think would be a good Republican candidate?
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News Item7/24/19 9:15 AM
June Bug | Deep South  Find all comments by June Bug
Mr. Lincoln, you are preaching to the choir now because 95% of the comments on here hate Franklin Graham reasons given, too rich and ecumenical
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News Item7/24/19 8:02 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Oops, it looks like I forgot to put the in the URL for the last article:

https://tinyurl.com/y6k8tmkg

Mr. Gerson, is certainly just as much as a Christian and probably even Republican as Franklin Graham is, but doesn't fawn over mr. Trump like Frankie does.

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News Item7/24/19 7:57 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Michael Gerson wrote:
....
The whole equation of profanity with authenticity is deeply confused. There is an honesty, of sorts, in swearing when you hit your thumb with a hammer. But in presidential communication, authenticity is more than the id and tongue unleashed. Abraham Lincoln and other great presidents were authentic communicators because they treated serious things seriously, crafting policy and speeches that often challenged immediate emotional responses, expanded empathy and employed the cadences and spare language of memorable rhetoric. In the world of adults, authenticity involves thought and craft....
excerpt from, "Donald Trump’s foul mouth is just a cover for his ignorance"

Religious Republicans should realize there are the Republicans who could have appointed the same judges as Trump, and still not have the baggage that Mr. Trump carries❗👎

The Republicans need to pick another candidate for President 2020, as far as Christians would be concerned.

What's your response to this, UPS?

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News Item7/22/19 2:44 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
I believe you are dead on, Unprofitable.
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News Item7/22/19 10:33 AM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
That is another thing that should be noted that is true of posts here, Hello.

Both John Yurich and Jim from Lincoln have as one of the goals of their posts to provoke a response.
They say stuff and sit back and wait for the responses to come back. Thus you get the previous post by Jim as an example and John's comment about the length of the piano player's dress. John even lamented once that no responded to his post in which he made a rather unbelievable claim.

Please keep that in mind when observing people's responses to them.

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News Item7/22/19 9:45 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
https://tinyurl.com/y2nd3ug2 (Puerto Rico governor will not seek reelection in 2020 amid firestorm over leak of vulgar chat room talk)

These Democrats certainly aren't with it! The more vulgar and filthy the language a person uses, the higher the office that that person should aspire to! ---ask any Republican

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News Item7/22/19 7:14 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
US Wrote:
"...we can’t see facial expressions, or hear tone, or watch body language. Our only clues are the words that are typed and how they come across."

"Do we sometimes misinterpret or misunderstand, why of course, that is part of being human. I have done more than my fair share of that here. I try and question is this what you are saying..."

Hi US...so true. We are all, every one of us, so unique in our speech, thoughts, and how we go about expressing ourselves, and getting our points across, etc. Problem is that, as human beings, I think we tend to have tunnelvision; seeing those we're reading, or conversing with, in black and white, then, interpreting, and responding to them according to our own understanding, and thought processes. My point is that before we get all crazy, and red-faced over anything, we should always be certain that we're reading someone in the way they meant to be read. Using myself as an example, I know what I'm thinking, and what I mean, but my thoughts and points are misconstrued at times, because of the way I can word things. Same holds true for many, and especially new-comers should be questioned for clarity, before unloading, or taking offense, etc.

Just wanted to add to your sensible thoughts. Ask questions before punching out.

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News Item7/21/19 11:53 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
We not here on a 30 person face time conference, so we can’t see facial expressions, or hear tone, or watch body language. Our only clues are the words that are typed and how they come across.  I think of the many times people have acknowledged brother Christopher as a Barnabas because of His encouraging and understanding spirit.  It comes across in the words that he posts.

This is why we should pray for wisdom (James 1:5) and grace in the expression of our thoughts.
Yet the One of whom the Psalmist stated that grace was poured into His lips sometimes offered sharp rebukes to those He loved  (Matthew 16:23) when it was appropriate   Our rule should be, first of all to glorify God in all things, yet also to no strive but be gentle unto all men, to patiently give instruction with  an attitude of meekness. I do pray that people will forgive me for the times I have not heeded my own musings I am sharing here.  

God bless

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News Item7/21/19 11:52 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Hello, hello, hello... wrote:
Remember none of us poor sinners possess omniscience so we can't know often the motives of a particular poster.
There is obviously a great deal of truth in saying that we are not all knowing like God is.  But I think before we say we can’t tell what people’s motives are we should consider the words of our Lord who told us that good man out of the good treasure of his heart brings forth good things and an evil man out the evil treasure of his heart evil things, for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.

If we cannot see people’s attitudes, intentions, and motives in what people write then words are meaningless.  Words express both thoughts and attitudes. Do we sometimes misinterpret or misunderstand, why of course, that is part of being human. I have done more than my fair share of that here.  I try and question is this what you are saying, yet sometimes it is impossible to miss the obvious.   

continued...

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News Item7/21/19 6:24 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Amen, Brother Wayfarer. We live in difficult days. As Douglas Fir pointed out, nothing new. The writers of the WSC did so in a relatively short period of quiet for the nonconformists. But they too knew what despotic governance can be and feel like when they were on the wrong end of politics.

May we also shine like they did in the ways that they followed Christ. If the Lord tarries, will there be anything worth upholding from our generations in roughly 400 years?

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News Item7/21/19 5:48 PM
Douglas Fir | Zones Four to Six  Find all comments by Douglas Fir
A dangerous mix, that of religion and politics. I wonder what the morality of the rulers and governing authorities was like when the New Testament writers were telling Christians to pray for those in authority, that we may live a quiet life. Abortion was common--historians tell us that the Christian community was busy rescuing babies left out in public to die.
Slavery was also common, and had nothing to do with racial composition. Romans enslaved many people they conquered. It was not a nice place to live, compared with today's world.
I think Christians in the USA get wrapped up in what power they have at the voting booth, when in reality it is not much since it is not a united voice.
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News Item7/21/19 5:04 PM
BWS  Find all comments by BWS
Trump's female pastor. Who also had some connections with Bush, Romney (strangely) and Obama (more strangely) according to the article. I was not aware of this until someone mentioned it in this thread. She has a very strange bio, of course.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/mar/27/paula-white-donald-trump-pastor-evangelicals

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