If you’re a God-fearing person, I’d suggest you put down anything breakable before reading further.
Courtesy of the Washington Examiner:
With high-ranking Democratic officials listening reverently in the Iowa state capitol, a liberal activist and union official on Wednesday led a prayer for increased funding for abortions, for greater access to abortions, for doctors who perform abortions, and for what she called “the blessing of choice.”
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How much of your money/savings do you have in the bank:
How confident are you that you can GET to your money, at any time?
…Are you sure?
From Obamacare, to record-setting debt, to racially divisive rhetoric, our President has certainly been true to his word: America has been (and continues to be) “transformed”.
The method through which his Administration is primarily accomplishing this metamorphosis is words, or rather, by changing the meaning/use of words:
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Tagged 1984, f. a. hayek, government, IRS, Obamacare, politics, Road To Serfdom, taxes, words
A Muslim man shoots two Egyptian Coptic Christians at point-blank range, then cuts off their hands and heads. That must have happened…this week in Cairo?
No. Back in February.
In Buena Vista, New Jersey.
Granted, the Christians were recent immigrants…after all, most of the violence is confined to Egypt–isn’t it?
Except–since January, there have been killings in these African countries, too: Algeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Eritrea, Kenya, Nigeria, Somalia, and Tanzania. At ChristianPersecution.info, you can find 19 articles since April of this year about persecution against African Christians.
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Tagged Christians murdered, Coptic Christians, Encouragement, religious persecution
Among the pitfalls of Christian parenting, I know of none any trickier to navigate than moderating youthful behavior: I want my child to become obedient, and to obey the FIRST time I give the instruction or command. I want to be consistent in doling out consequences for failing to obey. But both parent and child are human, and we fall short. My granddaughter Lucy doesn’t always want to bend her own will to mine (surprise!!)–and her most stubborn moments sometimes coincide with my greatest fatigue…I am just too tired to want to follow through.
In addition, I am aware of not wanting to send the message that I demand perfection, or that her perfect obedience is required in order to receive my love (or God’s). Neither Lucy nor I can ever be “good enough” to merit God’s favor. And He has made it clear through His Word that He loves us in spite of our faults. Continue reading