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    • Donald Trump calling Anthony Weiner a 'perv'
      By Painted Smile · Posted
      .Where did I say I would be ok with it?  I get you don't care for me, but no more lies please
    • Donald Trump calling Anthony Weiner a 'perv'
      By AllTheGoodNamesAreTaken · Posted
      No amen? Oh well, back to my obscurity , LOL!
    • Donald Trump calling Anthony Weiner a 'perv'
      By MorningGlory · Posted
      None taken.  But understand that patriotism and love of country is not idolatry.  It's self preservation and loyalty. 
    • Derailing thread
      By bopeep1909 · Posted
    • Matthew 7:21-23 , I never knew you
      By thereselittleflower · Posted
      A Cautionary Tale     One day, a group of souls suddenly found themselves standing before the Gates of Heaven and Jesus was there before them.   Some appeared with great expectancy on their faces, others looked a little doubtful.   Jesus asked them all . . . "Did you do the will of My Father?"   One, smiling with expectancy, eagerly said "LORD! I cast out many demons in You Name!" Another shouted out, "LORD! I prophesied to many in Your Name!", and another delcared "LORD! I did mighty deeds in Your Name!", and others started chiming in with all the wonderous things they had done in His Name.   Some, though, were looking around, feeling like they were on the outside, because they had never really done any of these things. A few were looking down at the ground, not daring to look up.   Jesus held up His hands for silence.   After all the clamouring had died down, and everyone was waiting in silence, Jesus said to them    "But did you do My Father's will?"   Now, puzzled expressions began to appear on the faces of those who had just jumped in declaring the great and mighty things they had done in Jesus' Name. No one said anything for a few momments. . . . . . Then one gathered up enough bravery to ask, "What do you mean? Didn't we do the Father's will when we did all these mighty and wonderful things?" Others began to join in adding their assent to the question that was perplexing them.   Jesus waited for the murmurring to die down. Then He asked:   "Did you give a glass of water to one of these little ones in My Name?"   He waited . . hands began to go up. The ones who had been so loudly proclaiming their mighty deeds, began to look around them, their perplextion growing.   "Did you give food to one of these little ones in My Name when they were hungry?"   More hand went up . . it was dead silent. Those who had first clamoured so expectantly, grew even more perplexed as they looked around at those who were raising their hands.   "Did you clothe one of these little ones in My Hame when they were naked?"   Hands began to go up again . . Again, those who had so expectantly declared their mighty deeds at first, looked around a little concerned now, and very perplexed.   "Did you take in one of these little ones in My Name when they were a stranger?"   Again, in the silence, the soft sound of hands being raised was all that could be heard, and this time some of those who had first declared their mighty deeds, rasied their hands too . . now with a more humble expression on their faces. The others looked on, some with a growing sense of alarm; but others with a confidence that even though they didn't understand what was going on, they didbn't need to worry about such "works", for they knew they were saved by grace through faith . .these works were totally unnecessary. A smugness began to settle over them as they thought they had everthing under control.   "Did you visit one of these little ones in My Name when they were sick?"   And the scene repeated itself as the soft silent sound of hands rising in the air answered. Those who had first been so sure in their expectancy, yet had never raised their hands, found themselves divided in their reactions to the unfolding situation. Some were showing signs of fear, realizing that something was indeed wrong, and though they tried to hide it, you could see it in their eyes. The others became even more certain they had nothing to fear, for they didn't believe in works. Works couldn't save, works couldn't justify one. They had nothing to worry about! And their smugness grew.   "Did you visit one of these little ones in My Name when they were in prison?"   Again, that silent, swoosh of hands rising in the air. Again, the look of fear in the eyes of some who had not raised their hands, and the look of smug confidence increasing in the eyes of those who didn't believe works did anything at all.     When the last hand was lowered, Jesus stood there in silence, looking at each one in turn. Some who had been worried right at first, even those who had looked at the ground because they had done no mighty works, now locked eyes with Jesus and saw His smiling at them and their eyes smiled back wrapped in peace and love.    Those who had first bragged about their mighty deeds found they couldn't look Jesus in the eye, turning away when His eyes found theirs. Those who had smuggly allowed themselves to feel confident because they "knew" that they needed no such works to be saved since faith was enough, found no smiles in Jesus' eyes for them, and could not keep their eyes locked on His. When they looked away, their eyes showed the first signs of real fear.   After all was done, Jesus spoke again:   "Those who raised your hands, come here to My right hand"   All those who had raised their hands made their way, peaceful and calm, to Jesus' right hand and stood there gazing on their Lord.   Then Jesus spoke again,   "Those who didn't raise your hands, come here and stand on My left."   Even though they were fearful of what this meant, and wanted to join the others on the right, they were compelled to obey. They gathered on His left, many nervous, some trembling.   When everyone was once again silently still, Jesus spoke again, first to those on His right,    "When you gave one of these little ones water when they were thirsty, food when they were hungry, clothes when they were naked; when you took them in when they were a stranger, when you visited them when they were sick or in prison . . .    Jesus paused, and looked at each and every one of those standing on His right, then He proceeded, softly and gently with great love .. .   " . . . . you did it unto Me."   They all gazed at Him with joyful awe, their faces radiant. . . .    Jesus continued, booming with great joy . .    "Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. Enter thou into the Joy of the Lord!"   And the gates of Heaven swung open with a mighty 'swoosh', followed by the angels who came out to usher them into heaven, with rapturous expressions, shining bright.         When all had entered, the gates of heaven closed, . . . the sound echoed in the silence.   Then Jesus slowly turned His attention to those on His left, with a look of deep sadness on His face. He looked at them and said.   "When you gave not one of these little ones water when they were thirsty, food when they were hungry, clothes when they were naked; when you took them not in when they were a stranger, when you visited them not when they were sick or in prison . . .    Jesus paused, and looked at each and every one of those standing on His left; then He proceeded, clearly and uncompromisingly .. .   " . . . . you did it not unto Me."   Fear filled the hearts and minds of those standing there, looking at the stern face of the Lord. Those who had held, to the bitter end, on to their belief that one could not be saved by works, that works were absolutely unnecessary for one's salvation, were in utter confusion. Hadn't they done what Jesus wanted? They wanted to cry out again 'Look at our ministries! Look at our mighty deeds! Look at how the power of the Holy Spirit moved through us! We brought so many souls to You!' But they could say nothing.   Jesus just looked them in the eyes, and all they could find was sternness, like steel.   The words they dreaded to hear finally came . .    Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. Go away to eternal punishment!"     And in the suddenness of the momment, with weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth, they found themselves flung far from Jesus and heaven . . . . . . . . . . . . .          . . . . . . never to see either again.           A Cautionary Tale       Matthew 7:21-23Matthew 25:31-
    • Trump tosses Univision reporter out of rally
      By Painted Smile · Posted
      That's him, he does not call himself a libertarian,  he is a Libertarian.  I voted for him in 2012 and will again if he is the Libertarian candidate.  He is the most qualified person running and matches many of my own Libertarian views 
    • Reasons Christian's (evangelicals) Should Support and Vote for Bernie Sanders
      By Burning_Ember · Posted
      We've sat up here in Canada and watched as deregulation and right wing economic policies caused bubble after bubble and hamstrung the American economy. If Trump gets elected, the American economy will get put through the meat grinder. Please don't elect him. Canada and America have some of the most bilateral trade in the world, and the instant the American economy implodes, ours will go down with it.
    • Donald Trump calling Anthony Weiner a 'perv'
      By MorningGlory · Posted
      So you'd be okay with it as long as it was someone else?  You're a few bricks shy of a wall with your reasoning, P.S.
    • Derailing thread
      By bopeep1909 · Posted
       Yes what do you think?
    • How the whole world ends up before Jesus Returns.
      By simplejeff · Posted
      persecution (often) purifies the people of Yahweh (as seen all through Scripture and history).    far far greater danger is from the ecumenical one world church movement and  the insidious power (hasatan) behind it.    they have gotten most 'churches' and governments and groups to go along with the wickedness they keep proposing and  initiating and continuing.   people joining or raised in such deceitful places often  have no clue about the evil they are taking part in .....  (most visitors here haven't got a clue;  a few might, by Yahweh's Grace in Yeshua) ...  
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      I still reside at Montgomery Elderly Care, in Montgomery, W. Va. I am 75 years of age and still have Cerebral Palsy and still confined to wheelchair or bed. I still teach a Sunday School class here regularly, although this position is shared with others on staff, here.
      I have lived here at Montgomery Elderly Care Center for  almost 11 years,  at the time this is written.
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