Took my car to Firestone years ago to replace a couple of tires, and they found some really bad problems. I didn’t have them repair those extra problems at the time.
Went back in for something a week or two later — not one mention of those “fix it now or die” problems from the previous visit.
Decided to find a different shop for most things (did still get tires from them because of their sale prices), but didn’t ever have them do any repair other than what I went in and told them what I want to have done.
 April 23, 2015 at 3:22pm
It has been the “official” Christian for decades — often displayed in churches, Christian schools, etc.
In fact, I don’t remember any of the churches that I’ve attended in forty years or more that didn’t have one of these flags opposite the American flag on the platform.
Makes me wonder: if you are a Christian, how could you have missed seeing this flag? I suppose that on a staff standing at the front of the auditorium, it may not show more than the white. Or perhaps the churches you’ve attended recently are from a different denomination that those I’ve attended and their particularly denomination doesn’t display this flag. In my experience, however, it is extremely well know.
There is even a Pledge to the Christian flag: “I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag and to the Saviour for whose kingdom it stands: one Saviour, crucified, risen, and coming again for all who believe.”
 April 23, 2015 at 3:15pm
I’ve got two of ‘em.
 April 23, 2015 at 3:14pm
Obama will not invite Netanyahu because he knows Netanyahu will tell the truth, and that is something Obama does not want to hear.
 April 23, 2015 at 3:05pm
Freedom, He certainly can and does.
But He doesn’t HAVE to.
The God Who created the universe and all that is can easily set aside the laws of nature on occasion and perform a miracle. He certainly didn’t use nature and His creation to create the universe to begin with — it wasn’t available to use yet.
There is no obligation to try to explain how God did something: the fact that He did it is enough.
 April 23, 2015 at 2:24pm
I’m sure Holder is writing up the warrants even now.
Likewise for the new AG that's about to get approved by the wuss Reps. She is going to be even more of an Obama puppet than Holder. Emperor Obama, all the way. Count on the voting booths being over-run with Dem brown-shirts, hassling anyone who looks like they might vote against Emperor Hillary. None of them need worry about prosecution.
God said it, I believe it, that settles it. for me.
So God doesn't use nature and His creation to show His Will?
It doesn't matter how it happened the results were good. I have a strong feeling that God had something to do with it.
I guess it doesn't matter either way. This is God's creation, so He can use His meteors any time He wants to, to do whatever He wants them to. He controls His creation, so whether it's a natural event or not, God did it either way to happen at that exact right moment in time with the exact intended person to be affected, Saul, to bring the Gospel to us Gentiles.
However, the scientist seems a little too eager here because the Chelyabinsk event killed living things near it. Paul was unharmed. Try again.
I won't discount that God could use a meteor to do this, but where's the impact crater? Where are accounts of populations that were affected? Surely some information about that would have survived over the years?
I'm pretty sure it was the Glory of God that blinded Paul. It was the same reason God told Moses to hide himself in the cleft of the rock.
Id say this scientist is a dumvass
Unlikely it was a meteor. Such an event that was strong enough to blind someone would have been seen by others for many miles and would have been written about by others.
If one wanted to go the scientific route to explain Paul's blindness and conversion the most logical choice would have been a sudden stroke, causing temporary blindness, and a complete personality change. However there are multiple events across history that science simply has no answers.
You are so right. The hypocrite of this world will try to diminish or try to explain away the miracles of the Bible and the power of God.
Yes, curiosity would demand to know if those traveling with Saul were also blinded temporarily, and why was no other part of his body affected ? Surely such a close impact would have profound responses with the heart, lungs, hearing, etc. And, did any of those comparative incidents come with a booming voice that could call a man by his name and lay his sins at his feet ????
While God can use natural phenomena to accomplish his goals, the miracle is found in the timing and the result.
Science is the study of God's Power.
The musings of a man do not necessarily explain the dynamic power and energy of Jehovah God. But we try.
I disagree. All events can be explained by the laws of nature. The laws of nature are the laws God wrote to give order to all of creation and he uses them. So there will always be an explanation, but that doesn’t mean its any less miraculous. There are many things we can’t explain with our knowledge, but the explanation is there if we knew all the laws of nature.
 April 22, 2015 at 11:49pm
Sad that the GOP is unaware of how toxic they have become to true Constitutional conservatism and how much the Donkeys are enjoying having the help that they are getting from the establishment GOPers/
 April 22, 2015 at 11:46pm
Well, maybe not ALL the damages, OldOllie.
Every rioter should pay their fair share for their own damages.
And those who incited the rioters ought to pay reparations as well.
 April 22, 2015 at 11:45pm
I suspect the thug son had some role models he followed.
April 22, 2015 at 7:01pm
I only read the article to try to figure out what a “spox” is.
I’m still not sure, but I think it has something to do with cattle/oxen grazing on taxpayer green.
 April 22, 2015 at 6:58pm
Kid’s got a great voice!
But why can the crowd not stand respectfully and silently until he finishes – or sing along softly with him?
There’s plenty of time to cheer him after the song ends instead of distracting from it during his singing.
 April 22, 2015 at 6:33pm
What welfare money?
Why do you assume that just because she has four children, she must therefore be a welfare mother?
We reared six without welfare.
 April 21, 2015 at 10:28pm
The other misinterpreted section of the Constitution is the “general welfare” clause.
Because government operates under the assumption that everything they do is for the benefit of the “general welfare” of us commoners, there is nothing that they don’t have “authority” to do based on that misinterpretation.
Common Core is good for the “general welfare,” right? And income taxes. And Social Security and the whole welfare program.
Your right on that. Thing is it does not say that the government is there for the general welfare of the people of the United States it says the government is there for the general welfare of the United States. At the top of the constitution is where it says what that document is for and that States for the general welfare of the People of the United States, that is pretty clear and where even anyone could misinterpret is beyond me, that should tell everyone what they meant, they left people out for a reason when it came to government. progressives like adding words to suit them and adding the government is there for the people rather than the country is the biggest one. Idea was they protect the United States and the people would be able to take care of each other. Sad part is we could if allowed a whole lot better, but of course that would mean a power shift back to the people and progressives will have nothing to do with that. Boggles my mind that Supreme court justices add words to the laws as long as it gives power to the progressive government.
In fact, those words, “general welfare” aren’t in any clause, they aren’t in any article, nor any amendment, but are only found in the Preamble of the Constitution, which merely describes what the constitution is, and the purpose of it’s creation.
It has been taken way out of context, and the founding fathers must be turning in their graves.
The whole point of the constitution is to set the limits of the government, the bounds that it can operate within and cannot exceed. Rights of man are inalienable and granted by God, which cannot be taken away, and the government has the responsibility to protect those rights (not trample them like they do).
The Constitutional scholar, John Conyers: "The good and wealfare clause": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0VYOa2BRbg
 April 21, 2015 at 5:06pm
Its filling is made entirely of lies, though.
 April 21, 2015 at 4:56pm
It’s really difficult to have a winning team when the referees (aka the media) keep giving the ball to the other team.
Out of bounds on them? Their ball anyway.
They fouled? We know they didn’t mean to, so their ball.
 April 21, 2015 at 3:30pm
“… caught the entire indecent on camera.”
Hmmmm, the indecent part is that the thief got away.