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    • Poll: Election 2016 a contest of negatives
      Judging by your behavior and performance and your inability to be honest and your lack of courage in admitting your mistakes, you really demonstrate that you are antithesis of honor.  Your alleged past military service is irrelevant to your lying and dishonesty here.     My dad served in the US military and he continues to live up to the highest standards of integrity and honesty.   You can't seem to muster up anything like that.  You can continue to claim alleged service, but it really has no meaning here.   Your lack of integrity has robbed any alleged military service meaningless.  
    • Hillary's campaign is tanking - CNBC
      it's the poling booths that count, not the debates.....   God help us all if Trump doesn't win.
    • writing off people
      some people have this weird, worldly idea of another Jesus that blindly accepts & embraces everyone no matter what they do or say or teach. this isn't the real Jesus. if you catch flak for realizing that there are people that as a believer you should have little to nothing at all to do with, for a variety or reasons, from temptation to heresy, ignore it. this is in fact scriptural and righteous. 

      for example, the Bible says to 'flee youthful lust' -- if you are sexually tempted by someone, you should stay away from them altogether, until you can master your thoughts & heart over them. flee while the lust is young. 

      the Bible also says of mockers and divisive people, and false teachers, to 'have nothing to do with them' -- beyond common courtesy, i think we should in a similar manner separate ourselves from them. 

      i think what you describe is good. i also think that in both cases it's not a bad idea to relate to the person the reason why you don't want to associate with them - for their own good, because the feelings may be mutual, and for the glory of God, that they would know you are submitting to God with your actions. 

      one thing i've made a practice of about people who fall into either category - who would tempt me to sin in my own lust or my own vanity, is that whenever i happen to see them or they cross my mind, to pray for them. it is downright impossible for me to keep sin in my heart, either lust of the flesh or pride of life, when i bare myself before God, confessing sin and bringing up these people's names before Him, asking Him to work His good in their lives. this radically changes my perspective of these people, and the Lord is faithful to purify me of sin when i do this, and perhaps He will also hear me and bless others too! i really think this is good advice, and everyone i know who is tempted sexually, i highly suggest it - and i've found it to be of great benefit when being tempted over argumentative people ((because replying to a mocker with your own mocking is also sin)).

      there is also in the Bible instruction to separate yourself from brothers and sisters who are caught in sin and refuse to repent of it after you have exhausted attempts to correct them and intercede for them. i think this should be looked at a little differently, because they are God's own, even if their sin separates them from the body. the Bible talks about 'handing them over to Satan' so their body may be destroyed, but the soul saved. i think also that we should obey the advice of the apostles, and aside from courtesy and decorum, separate ourselves from them. and also that we should earnestly pray for them, that God may work in them to purify them and that they would submit themselves to God's own rebuke. 
      but the difference here is that we should be all the more ready to embrace them, ready to forgive them and welcome them back into fellowship, seriously wishing and hoping for this - because they are our family, sons and daughters of our Father. like the father in the parable of the prodigal son, we should be in our hearts waiting, watching the road for them to return, with the faith that God is faithful to work in their lives and bring them back into the light. 

      does that make sense? 

      what a wonderful, practical subject you bring up! 
      thank you 
    • Poll: Election 2016 a contest of negatives
      Not according to the U.S. Army, judging by my last NCO Evaluation Report, which is something else The Donald didn't get while "serving" in military school
    • Hillary's campaign is tanking - CNBC
      If Bernie is the nominee, Trump will obliterate him in the debates.
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