User Profile: GodsPlan


Member Since: October 20, 2010


  • August 11, 2013 at 1:19am

    Nutshell, maybe we have to lose our freedoms and liberty to know what we had. Can’t argue it’s been dismantled!!!! Hate to see our founders died in vain and that we’d have to go through it all over again with more casualties.
    By keeping with a 2000 year old guideline of humanity, we wouldn’t be having this discussion. Spiritual belief is reality to many Americans. Why does such a minority have such an influence? Can’t the opposite of righteousness control the apathetic hearts of the weak?

  • August 11, 2013 at 1:03am

    If I’m to say that I’d die for my country, it’ll have to be because I have a very strong belief in freedom and liberty based on the country’s history and my personal history. This country was founded on fundamental principles that were forbidden by pastime dictators. They found a crease where those principles could be reinstilled and took it. We’ve seen since that other nations completely destroyed those principles and thousands upon millions died. So are we going to see that happen again? Do we deny that those principles were engrained in us, perhaps by a Higher Power. Call God what you want, but we were never created to be slaves to another.

  • June 7, 2013 at 5:48pm

    Whatever you write here is now recorded. Well, everything’s been recorded. Today, I learned that here in my state, Oakridge National Laboratories, already has a supercomputer that can parse connections and make code-driven conclusions of your personal inclinations. I wish tha I didn’t go thru that “phase” 5 years ago…
    Here’s more

  • June 7, 2013 at 4:53pm

    Define the “Shaw Legacy” Mr. Shaw, please…
    It’s only one of two scenarios
    1. There are a bunch of children and young adults, and single mothers that are not given any support yet the Shaw name is propagated to where the next generation sees that a father doesn’t need to be there to support and foster a strong family. Government will be the father because they are so caring and supportive .
    2. Stop worshipping the guy in the mirror and open your eyes to the lives you are RESPONSIBLE FOR!!!! Stop looking out for YOUR NEEDS and actually look out for those YOU’VE MADE NEEDY. I have just two kids that require time and money to the point that my day is 75% earn and 25% burn. In all it equals out but my kids are secure and feel loved, and momma has “No worries MON”

  • June 6, 2013 at 5:32pm

    Please don’t comment on the Bible unless you have read and studied it’s contents. You base your whole argument on what you’ve heard others say, therefore your personal conviction is misguided. Study the Bible and then get back to us with YOUR opinion. I pray that you eyes will see, your ears be open, and your heart become unhardened. Blessings

  • June 6, 2013 at 4:57pm

    Sadly, Christian athletes are “let go” because they are considered too extreme for the NFL. We’ll miss you Mr. Birk. Please look up Tim Tebow when you have a chance and minister to some young Christian athletes about the dangers of being Christians in this “fallen world”. Thanks for being a principled and wholesome individual that stands up for your beliefs, instead of cow-towing like the rest.

  • June 6, 2013 at 4:50pm

    What happened to Tim Tebow? He was an outspoken Christian who was denied by the NFL to play because of his openness of his beliefs. What a shame, I thought this country needed a true Christian athlete that walks the walk, but the secular NFL felt he was too extreme. :(

  • May 22, 2013 at 3:19am

    You know God created all of the angels, along with everything else. Look at the whole universe, it’s pretty ****** awesome. Yet, I can have the best designer and blueprint maker in the world, but my house ends up with backed up toilets and a leaky roof. Most Atheists believe, what is on our side of the equation was God’s responsibility, but it’s not. God didn’t want an angel of His turn against Him and rebel (Satan) as much as He didn’t want us to “divorce” Him, but He knew it would come to be. Freewill (freedom) is a God-given right and His Plan incorporates what we chose. He can influence and enlighten, but not change reality without us asking for it. We call it PRAYER

  • May 22, 2013 at 2:56am

    sorry I brought ole’ Philly into my reply…. from Paul at the Acropolis (Before you were born)….

    He tells the Greeks that their gods are the product of the “times of ignorance” and that they should turn away from their idolatry and ignorance (repeated every 4th generation)
    What do you idolize?

  • May 22, 2013 at 2:27am

    I’ve studied Plato and Latin, thankyou.
    I’m far from deluded (without sight) Philly but I hope you get yours.
    I prefer Paul of Tarsus over Plato from Greece. Actually, I love his speech to the Greeks at MarsHill…
    it’s called the Areopagus sermon.

  • May 22, 2013 at 12:34am

    God made us I His image and wanted to be with us forever, but, as Satan did, we let pride become our god and ran away from God. “Where are you Adam, I don’t see you?”
    And we run and hide today!!!!!!!!!

  • May 22, 2013 at 12:26am

    Your name says it all… don’t jump to the extreme that a good God is evil!
    God gave us free will to do as we please. He made us perfect but we chose to be bad from the beginning. Evilness was not His creation because he can only be good.
    To say God is evil and does evil things, is like saying the sun is making it dark out tonight!
    Nope, the dark is the absence of light as much as evil is the absence of goodness (and cold is just the absence of heat)
    To me personally, God knows and loves me unconditionally, despite my faults and lack of goodness sometimes. He is with me and answers my pleas for help when I’ve screwed it all up, which gets my face out of the pile of sh1111t I’ve put myself in, on a regular basis. I try to get better but only He is perfect. That’s why he sent Jesus, to be a perfect role-model for me.

  • May 22, 2013 at 12:08am

    Where?, good post.
    I think of Job and remember a secular phase that sums it all up…
    “A skilled mariner only becomes skilled from rough seas”

  • May 22, 2013 at 12:03am

    Philly, you’re obviously a young’n.
    I, was one that had reason and the where-withal to get it right and be successful, until…
    Life deals tragedy to us personally at some point in our existence, which I think you’ve never seen, our you have seen but deny it has happened.
    Did your bitterness come from learning from others or is it from personal tragedy?
    Denial worked for me for awhile but it doesn’t work forever. We have to obtain peace from some source but the temporary fixes are just that, temporary.

  • May 21, 2013 at 11:51pm

    For this, she can have some publicity.
    But, in reality, kind works in the public eye are just an act of catering to our own pride.
    As I supposed, Her actions won’t go further than a mouse toot in Hollywood, but those that observe her actions as genuine kindness, will consider her with a favorable LEGACY.
    It’s not what we do and get appreciated for now, but what future generations think of our legacy.
    For now, her actions will be forgotten by Thursday.

  • May 21, 2013 at 11:36pm

    Much thanks to you Monk, for your words of inspiration!!!!

    Tragedy is a glimmer of our temporary existence here on this world. Many see it and react to tragedy quickly because of the pain we feel of so many of our brothers and sisters in agony. It’s then that we learn to be disciples of love and healing for the afflicted.

    To those that suffer tragedy directly, others come to us with outstretched arms to comfort and to support. It is then that we SEE THE FACE OF GOD, amongst the devastation of our lives. To be buried under tons of rubble, and feel a hand grab ours, can only be what I consider an “Angel sent to save”.

    May those called to save be able, may those need to be saved get helped, and may those just watching from afar, get that inner voice that screams to them to “do something to help”!!!!

  • May 21, 2013 at 11:04pm

    Nice move Miss Mirren, a selfless act may get you some notoriety, but as an accomplished actress doing such a kind act, you are breaking the mold of the “Hollywood Elite” that the whole world is not very proud of, especially those of us that shun everything Hollywood.

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  • May 17, 2013 at 8:14pm

    Cheating is giving in to the flesh despite what your spirit wants so that makes it a sin. If the spirit is overwhelmed with hurt and repentance and a Christian asks for forgiveness, then true conviction has occurred and a Christian has now received God’s Mercy and forgiveness and must humble themself to those they have sinned against for their forgiveness.
    Grievous sins are hard to forgive and in this day and age, the worldly people think you are weird to forgive someone that has been so bad. Yet those who can, and stay married, have even a greater joy in the end.
    Apologies to Pat but he has gotten a little to “senile” to be on such a public stage, but I can read between the lines of his comments, and he is trying to keep this marriage together.

  • May 17, 2013 at 7:54pm

    I see a lifetime sentence for blanks shot in a crowd. Who let someone with a starter pistol in the crowded area with all “those awesome people”. Simple metal detector would suffice.
    I see a necessary visit by Mr. Propaganda, cASS Sunshine, visiting Europe for a month or two on the American dime to “learn them a few things”. Maybe this guy is an American teepartee member?
    I’ve been to France and I liked the history but maybe we’ll be banned from there until all guns are removed from Earth.

  • May 16, 2013 at 3:56pm

    It’s nice to see real competition between big rivals, and what looks like a losing ending, ends with an impressive effort.

    Hope the fact that our country is about to lose everything that’s important any time now, changes here in our last inning!!!