User Profile: tbeachhead

tbeachhead

Member Since: December 02, 2010

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  • September 30, 2014 at 1:49pm

    Here’s the answer, and you can tell who’s following Jesus by his reaction to this statement. “Who cares.” My neighbor is right next to me, and my brother in Christ is targeted by Jesus’ commandment to love as He loved me. Endless debate about what is not happening right now is for those who seek distraction. It’s Sodom’s problem not mine. Sodom, too, had pride…fullness of bread…and abundance of idleness…plenty of time to discuss raptures. Oh…and they did not care for the poor and the needy. I’d rather imitate Jesus, who was inclined to reach out and touch the needy as He spoke out only what He knew.

    As long as there are one thousand kids in my school who do not know their right hand from their left, I’d rather be left behind. Bad years…even if they were seven bad years…are worth the price for one more dance partner on the golden streets. And Jesus promised those days would be cut short for the sake of the elect. That’s enough for me.

  • September 30, 2014 at 7:54am

    I’ve got two words too: “Follow Mars.” If it’s happening there, too, it ain’t us.

  • [3] September 29, 2014 at 10:59pm

    It’s true…So many are waiting for the rapture…and so few are seeking Him. Jesus is not coming for a sleeping bride. We;re to occupy until He comes. But we’ve been taught not to do what He does, or say what He says…We’re taught that we’re the good guys, and they’re the bad guys…and there’s no reaching them. But “them” has always been His targets…He never came to seek and save the found.

  • [2] September 29, 2014 at 10:56pm

    I’ve asked the Lord to leave me behind…I have too many kids in my school who don’t know their left from their right. Seven years is a small price to pay, if I can dance on the streets with the children God has put in my classroom. What’s temporal tribulation, if there is hope and a future for these my children?

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  • [8] September 29, 2014 at 10:54pm

    No it isn’t…It was invented in a prophetic movement of the nineteenth century by the likes of Darby and Scofield. Modern-day evangelicals have adopted it enthusiastically, while others read the scriptures.

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  • [2] September 29, 2014 at 11:10am

    It’s a Riddle, Lord Voldemort…

  • [1] September 26, 2014 at 3:53pm

    I would hope they go forward on this…If they went backward with it, it might not be the best advertising.

  • September 26, 2014 at 3:39pm

    Palestinian? The non-existent race, having no genealogical connection to the ancient Philistines, themselves invaders from across the Mediterranean. The group of folks hated and despised by every artificial nation surrounding Israel…who welcome fighters, and defend the bombing of schools and hospitals, bravely launching their rockets from schools and hospitals knowing their young will be victims. The ones who willing train their children to hate, and falsely claim that their god sanctions death if you bring innocent lives with you? You mean the Arab Muslims, who have been killing and pillaging Arab Christians and Jews for centuries…and avoiding the Druziim, because they are better fighters? Are these the Palestinians you’re claiming rights for?

  • September 26, 2014 at 3:29pm

    Hmm…Some Europeans Some eastern European. Some Ashkenazim. Some Moroccans. Some Ethiopians.

    Your history is certainly debatable. Love to see how you figure they made themselves hated, when the invading, rampaging Islamist Moors of North Africa were driven from Europe after trying to swallow it up. If you remember, they were stopped by Pepin at Tour, one hundred km south of Paris, and driven back across the Pyrenees. Then they were finally driven back across the straits by Catholic Spain, who decided to make any non-Catholic a pariah.

    The reason they’re in Israel was because God, whose name is not Allah, gave the land to Abraham, and made promises as immutable as power that holds the universe together. DNA is all it takes to prove that the Jew is still a Jew, and belongs to the long history of the land…though driven from it by their own transgression, and brought back by the grace and mercy you need to know to fully grasp what you’re attempting to distort.

  • September 26, 2014 at 1:13pm

    Stupid people are still stupid when they betray co-workers ostensibly for a cause. This case has nothing at all to do with medical marijuana…It has everything to do with self-centered, boorish and reprehensible behavior. Quit? She’s fired…and may she never hold a job that requires teamwork ever again…

  • September 26, 2014 at 1:09pm

    Whoever released the lie as a press release should be fired…and publicly denounced. And whoever ultimately made the decision that this scapegoat should make this announcement should be impeached.

  • September 26, 2014 at 11:56am

    I appreciate your response, Michelle…Unfortunately it can be argued that your ability to read and understand my point is impaired: I’m not talking about you, but about her foolish actions: “She deliberately made a fool of everyone on the team.” It is not good advocacy to your cause to betray a trust. You might well replace her in the cause. It seems your argument is much better than hers. Her actions do make a statement, as I pointed out. And you rightfully argue that yours are more exemplary. Perhaps this is so.

  • [2] September 26, 2014 at 10:56am

    It’s time to start the “Freedom from Mediocrity”, and eliminate the argument. Music inspires, and music is inspired if it’s good. These poor saps can write…but they’d rather whine. What they don’t know is what will kill them: you cannot stop the rocks from crying out. Every member of this band knows how stupid Rebecca S. Markert and her ilk all are: How is an instrumental song “overtly religious?” I’d love to see this proved in court!

  • September 23, 2014 at 8:38pm

    Religion…you can make it up, or you can decide to listen…Up to you. Here’s what God said: Lev 18:26-29 26 ” You shall therefore keep My statutes and My judgments, and shall not commit any of these abominations, either any of your own nation or any stranger who dwells among you 27(for all these abominations the men of the land have done, who were before you, and thus the land is defiled), 28 lest the land vomit you out also when you defile it, as it vomited out the nations that were before you.” Up to you. The Gos-pill is as strong a medication as I need.

    Now, if you want to try to prove “centuries long climate change”, that would be truly entertaining. Work with the parallel climate change we can observe on Mars, and try to prove that Bush’s SUV’s that are driving around up there are causing the similar observable aberrations.

    Or feel free to explain the global warming that made Scotland the land of the Roman Empire’s best vineyards. That’s “centuries-long climate change” brought through history!

  • September 23, 2014 at 8:24pm

    Any way you can post the name of the church?

  • September 23, 2014 at 8:10pm

    Yep…That’s the assertion of those who have never been ablle to sit. Unfortunately my experience trumps your lack of experience every time. That’s the nature of science…And the issue of personal relationship. You cannot have what you will not develop.

  • September 23, 2014 at 8:04pm

    One of the few ironies of history even Glenn Beck has ignored.

  • September 23, 2014 at 5:04pm

    No offense, but you are silly: I teach in a public school. I am told what I can and cannot say. What I can and cannot do. The atheist in this school is without restraint, and has been since the sixties. Those are the terms of employment that I willingly accept. You fantasize to think it is otherwise. “Congress shall make no law preventing the free practice…of religion.” Doesn’t apply to teachers, does it? And that makes perfect sense to you. I find the challenge of your own disconnect invigorating, and it makes for challenging debate and pleasant discussion.

  • September 23, 2014 at 5:00pm

    So the day has come where you get to force your religious beliefs? And that’s an improvement. It’s just history repeating itself. Enjoy the center as long as you think it’s yours. The illusion perishes quickly.

  • September 23, 2014 at 4:56pm

    I’m thinking we need to re-define “American…”, and leave off the relative quantity of tannin in the exterior. I know no white or black, since Rev. John Walker, of Washington Cathedral fame, would run to me when he taught at St. Paul’s School, in Concord, NH, and pick me up and twirl me around, and roll with me laughing on the ground. He was one of the few darker skinned Americans in NH in the fifties, but I loved him. When I met my first grumpy darker skinned American, I wondered why he was acting so white. My life is lived in gratitude to one very dark-skinned hero.

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