Running Gator

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  1. People are human, and humans sin and make mistakes.
  2. Thanks for making it bigger. This is a situation where neither pieces of advice are wrong, and while I do not want to be a pain, we don't have the information to know which is the better advice.
  3. I say you take the advice from a different thread and make the words bigger!
  4. The work you do is amazing and you too have my prayers and thoughts. You go where most would not dare tread, and yet they attack you for it. You are walking your talk, God Bless you and your ministry.
  5. What a total crock of goo. This is totally ridiculous and just something you made up. you could not support that statement for a million dollars. Talk about spreading lies...
  6. Been there done that. I have also helped put out both prairie and forest fires. I am going guess you have not done either, or put on some combat boots.
  7. I do not think there are any stand alone verses. It is my opinion that the worst thing to ever happen to the bible was the adding of first chapters and then verses, but especially verses. I do not believe the Bible was written to be read verse by verse and the addition of verses makes it way too easy to cherry pick and twist the meaning of the bible.
  8. If only those advocating for more violence would be willing to put on a pair of combat boots and go be the deliverer of such violence.
  9. Come Together was hardly the Beatles best song, I would not even put it in the top 10 personally. I also would not say that Aerosmith did it better, they just did it harder.
  10. Yeah, I was expecting too much I guess. Oh well, I tried
  11. Maybe this will help... The Bill of Rights is a list of limits on government power. For example, what the Founders saw as the natural right of individuals to speak and worship freely was protected by the First Amendment’s prohibitions on Congress from making laws establishing a religion or abridging freedom of speech. For another example, the natural right to be free from unreasonable government intrusion in one’s home was safeguarded by the Fourth Amendment’s warrant requirements. https://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/founding-documents/bill-of-rights/
  12. I am not sure how much more clear I could make it. I guess I could get out crayons and draw you picture but I doubt that would help either Or you could read the 1st amendment and tell me if it states that those rights are granted to us by the government or if it says the government is not allowed to infringe upon them.