User Profile: 2GodBeTheGlory

2GodBeTheGlory

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  • April 22, 2014 at 10:19pm

    @AJAYW

    Check the FBI stats related to firearm use.

  • April 22, 2014 at 8:02pm

    @AJAYW

    The “31K die each year” number is a little misleading as that includes suicide numbers which account for most of them. Less than 9K are people shooting other people.

  • April 22, 2014 at 5:16pm

    You are absolutely correct in both your understanding and manner in how your follow God in your life. Most people do not understand this, thinking that my actions in showing love and kindness is somehow endorsement of ANY sin. Christ did sit, talked, and ate with the “sinners”, but he NEVER endorsed any sin. Now, there where a people that Christ would not work with, those where the “treat them as publicans”, i.e. people that reject God, trash God’s word, or intentionally lead people down a wrong path (embrace sin). There is even a person that cannot go to heaven and will never be forgiven there sin.

  • April 22, 2014 at 5:02pm

    @CrazyTravis

    “hurting them”? Are you saying that it is my “job” to be concerned about a people that refuse to hear God? Shall I be concerned about the loss and “decline” of immaturity, shall I bow down before the massive number of people to follow their “idea” because there are many more of “them” vs. “we”? It is apparent that your belief is routed in the destruction of a church. The church has stood for better than 2K years, it will be here long after you are gone, you are just not that important to destroy the word of God, many people worse than you have attempted to do so and have failed. The “anti-gay rhetoric” is not from me, but of God. You can attempt to discredit me, and you can attempt to discredit my God, however, it is my belief and you cannot create a law against it.

  • April 22, 2014 at 4:18pm

    I do not agree with all aspects of how things where discussed, nor the “befriending” of a homosexual (sexually immoral) as Christ said over and over again, “sin no more”. He never said nor insinuated after healing a person to continue with sin. The exact opposite is seen over and over again, give up your life of sin, give up ANYTHING that interferes with God’s will in your life (lust, money, power, money, fornication, money, covetousness, money, hate, money, following two masters, and money. Of course there is many more things, however, I hope you get the point.

    Man loves the darkness. God is light and will shine light upon all the darkness of man.

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  • April 22, 2014 at 3:08pm

    @kirralin23,

    Please provide your research to this, including scripture reference. Although some have concluded (incorrectly) that proverbs does not promote correcting via pain inflection, the verse in full context are very clear. Further, if you just review Jewish history, one can easily find out what was meant at the time the book was written. Having said that, I have observed many “parents” that have misunderstood and misapplied the verses found in Proverbs. Many “correct” in anger, or some other emotion that has the opposite effect – usually because they where “taught” incorrectly or not at all. Bottom line, NEVER “correct” in anger or any other emotion. We correct as parents to REINFORCE proper action, and reveal consequences for inappropriate, dangerous, or incorrect action. If one does not know of consequences, why would we be surprised when a child/adult takes from another, bullies another, assaults another, or kills another?

    Now, each child is different and needs a measured approach that is tailored for them. No such thing as one size fits all approach, we are all different and learn in different ways. This means that one child might NEED repeated correction, where another might only need one correction in their entire life.

  • April 21, 2014 at 12:49pm

    @Mop_and_Bucket

    What round is supersonic at that range?

  • April 21, 2014 at 11:09am

    Youtube TiborasaurusRex bear can @ 1,236 Yards (one shot cold bore)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emJ0RToUYGE

  • April 17, 2014 at 11:22pm

    @right-wing-waco

    Yes

    Means that the person firing the weapon was already a criminal BEFORE firing it (too young to have said firearm, felon in possession, ect.)

    Sorry, did not write that the way I should have.

    This does not include suicide.

  • April 17, 2014 at 10:54pm

    @jarhead

    I do understand your point and have performed the same research, albeit a different conclusion. You see, the terms and conditions for the original “payment” was under the explicit understanding that the money would be used for the betterment for the land that was to be used for grazing. As the money was NOT used for this purpose and no “government authority” could be held responsible for the misuse of funds, he went to the state/local so that he could pay them (and therefore hold responsible) for the grazing rights. You should also know that Bundy payed out of his own pocket for items to place on the land in question to enhance it for the said purpose (which was then destroyed by BLM), that was the original agreed upon use of the grazing money.

    No matter how you slice this pie, it was all about getting Bundy out of business, for he could not pay the “grazing fee” and pay for the same items that BLM was supposed to use the money for to begin with.

    As an example, you pay a toll for a road that is never maintenance, snow never removed, lines not painted, and pot holes as large as a semi. When you fight the “government authority” over the toll for the road – they never do anything. Then they take the toll money and buy all the cars and make them take public transportation. You go out and pay out of your own pocket to maintain the road, but stop paying tolls, then they come to take your car and destroy the road.

  • April 17, 2014 at 10:23pm

    Here are some REAL, verifiable facts that the anti 2nd amendment people do not want you to know:

    2012

    # of U.S. citizens: 325M
    # of citizen owned firearms: 325M+
    # of NEW, citizen purchased firearms (domestic made) per year since 2008: 5M+
    # of deaths by criminal use of a firearm: 80%
    % of new firearms purchased per year to death by criminal firearm discharge: < .002% (does not include the purchase of imported firearms)

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  • April 17, 2014 at 8:52pm

    Your CNN article is a fraud with many, many mistakes.

    Might want to actually read the entire opinion and fact check them (i.e., no left leaning killings have been linked to any liberal). Also, using the source “southern poverty law center” – i.e. nothing but a liberal organization. Read all their released statements.

  • April 17, 2014 at 6:50pm

    @VWR

    As per the courts, yes, you are correct. Now, lets take it further to the supreme court and think about what it means, legally, shall we:

    As per SCOTUS (supreme court of the u.s.), the government can purchase ANY land at ANY time, without any “real” justification, only that the deal would be based on “fair market value”. Now, the U.S. treasury mints all coin which is LAWFUL to pay all debts. Further, the treasure, with FEDS assistance, can “borrow” all necessary “money” to purchase ALL land inside the U.S., at anytime. Once ALL land is “FEDERAL” land (legally of course as per the court rulings that you provided and the SCOTUS rulings from 2005) and thus can be “regulated” to include removing ALL bill of rights from any and all citizens. LEGALLY

    There is a difference between what is legal and what is right.

    If I error in my reading of the courts, please provide actual page number from ruling that would restrict the government from doing this and forgive me.

  • April 17, 2014 at 8:26am

    @SquirrelNYC,

    You talk as if everyone is angry, however, I find that is not the case. You repeatedly even claimed that I’m angry, however, your lack of understanding only clouds your judgment. Further, you have apparently followed Glenn into a position of wanting to follow your rulers into the incinerator. You misunderstand that those that take action in defense are not angry (although some may be) but assertive. There is a big difference between the two that neither you nor Glenn understand. One can be assertive in stating “no more, you may NOT continue to rape, murder, kill indiscriminately, crushing taxes, endless regulation, destruction of inalienable rights” ect.. It is your right not to “believe it is time”, however, at what point do you or Glenn believe it is time? If you think that no time is right, then do you also believe that the founders where wrong in asserting their inalienable rights to stop tyranny?

  • April 16, 2014 at 6:54pm

    @SquirrelNYC,

    You have shown yourself to be a person that attempts to take the Holy Bible and twist it to fit your own ideals. Good luck with that, however, I will follow God, not you nor Glenn, for neither of you understand HIS word.

  • April 16, 2014 at 1:58am

    @Kimmiemffl

    Read your bible, not just what someone tells you.

  • April 16, 2014 at 1:14am

    “correction” not “correct”

    Oh, and I don’t believe Glenn is correct nor following the will of the father for he has disgraced the founders of this country for taking a stand against “The Government” of their day. Glenn does not speak as a righteous man, nor as a godly man, but a person that destroys and belittles the righteousness of a people that do not want to “fight”, however, are willing and able to come to the defense of another who is unable. Coming to the aid of another, willing to lay down their life for another is no greater thing that one can do.

  • April 16, 2014 at 1:08am

    You are correct, further pray for those that would spitefully use you. One point of correct; One MUST repent to obtain forgiveness. No repenting, no forgiveness. Christ talked much about that, and thus the reason for treating the person that would not repent as a heathen. You might want to find out what that meant.

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  • April 16, 2014 at 1:03am

    Amen

  • April 16, 2014 at 12:22am

    @SquirrelNYC,

    You attempt to take the “high road” without knowledge is telling of your stance and ignorance of both the government and Glenn.

    You might want to find out what righteous anger is before attempting to point to a splinter in my eye.

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