User Profile: TeresaJ


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  • [12] September 2, 2015 at 4:48pm

    I think NASCAR fails to comprehend the “rebel” part of the term “rebel flag.”

  • September 2, 2015 at 2:27pm

    Think, you are actually correct. However, most Christians actually do not know this. As I said previously, many are Biblically illiterate.

    There are those, however, that research these passages not because they care, but to find something they think will be a weapon against whomever they hate. The Pharisees, who were the leaders of the Jewish government (as the religion and the government were one and the same), tried to do the same to Jesus. Of course, He wasn’t actually guilty of anything, being the One who wrote the Law. Consistently, He pointed out their hypocrisy. I think maybe He gave them a new name, “Hypocrites.” (kidding)

    Are you pointing this out because you are genuinely curious, or are you trying to hang a noose around her neck? Because, whether you believe in God or not, it’s still around your neck too.

    If you really, truly want to know something about God, His ways, and His grace, I recommend you watch the movie, “War Room,” in theaters
    Cheers :)

  • [2] September 1, 2015 at 11:46am

    Think, my time is limited as always. I do not have time to argue punch to punch, so let me cut to the chase.

    You aren’t actually concerned with legality. If that were true, you would be concerned that her religious rights are being violated. You aren’t actually concerned with the first amendment. If that were true, you wouldn’t claim she was forcing her beliefs on others.

    You don’t really understand what law or public duty means. If you did, you would see a problem with the federal government arbitrarily telling the entire country what a marriage contract is and on what terms they will recognize one. When marriage is a public contract, do you not think it to be a bit important that the public actually acknowledge the terms of it?

    In Loving vs. Virginia, SCOTUS determined rights were being violated because the terms were being drawn on race. SCOTUS had already determined that race cannot be a factor in pretty much any legal case, understandably so. Did you know that gender, in fact, can? At least until this SCOTUS and the federal government suddenly said it couldn’t, violating all past law and making up a new one without it even having been presented. That has been the legacy of this government, rule by decree.

    If you actually cared about legality, you would know this, and not be making the statements you do. You are biased, and not worth my time. That is why I did not give a long answer to begin with.
    Good day.

  • [3] September 1, 2015 at 10:51am

    I never troll, Think, that would be a sin. There are numerous scriptures that instruct us not to purposefully or maliciously incite others to wrath. I say that from observation.

    You present yourself as an unbiased casual observer, but the truth is you are just as biased as the next person. A case in point being that you brought up her past history, which is irrelevant to whether she thinks issuing a license to two people of the same sex is a violation of God’s law. It makes you the same hypocrite you claim her to be.

    Secondly, SCOTUS has been violating religious rights since at least the 1940′s. The difference between then and now is that individual religious freedom was generally protected, so like dutiful good citizens, Christians followed the law. Now the government has become an oppressive force. You say she is no martyr. No. That is exactly what she will become. If you think her past has any bearing, you are, as we say, Biblically illiterate. Many people today are.

  • [23] September 1, 2015 at 9:39am

    True colors are showing, Think.

    You don’t really think at all.

    Good day.

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  • [11] August 31, 2015 at 4:10pm

    I couldn’t attend on Saturday, but I was at the Guiding Light Church on Friday. Hard to say how many were there, but they estimated about 4,000 of us outside, and it looked to me that the church could hold as many inside, so about 8,000 people.

    It did, very much, feel like it must have felt during the birth of our nation. A lot of people laying aside their differences and coming together to acknowledge God as our Creator, and the strength we have when we stand together for righteousness. United we stand, divided we fall.

    Keep the faith.

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  • [9] August 27, 2015 at 2:35pm

    There is zero issue with that when done in good faith. However, as with the examples listed by wildtalents, groups aren’t trying to erect monuments for the good of their towns, they are deliberately choosing divisive things. The monument erected in Florida mocked the Ten Comandments. The Satanist statue is a clear mockery of Christainity.

    Even worse, most of the time these “groups” are not even residents of the towns they are picking on. They have taken trolling to a new level, and actually waste time and money to spread the hate they feel for Christianity and any sense of rules or boundaries.

    There is an old saying, “Idle hands are the devil’s work.” Seems to me we have technilogically “advanced” ourselves right into oblivion as the bored and directionless have more and more time for these community-destroying antics.

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  • [28] August 27, 2015 at 11:22am

    I could say the same of SCOTUS. Get a new job if your beliefs prevent you from carrying out your duty. An unconstitutional ruling causing an unconstitutional conundrum.

    Good for the clerk, keep standing up for our rights.

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  • [2] August 21, 2015 at 8:56am

    “The whole view of the petitioners seems founded upon mistaken conceptions of the meaning of the Constitution. . . . If [the use of chaplains] had been a violation of the Constitution, why was not its character seen by the great and good men who were coeval with the government, who were in Congress and in the Presidency when this constitutional amendment was adopted? They, if any one did, understood the true purport of the amendment, and were bound, by their duty and their oath, to resist the introduction or continuance of chaplains, if the views of the petitioners were correct.

    But they did no such thing; and therefore we have the strongest reason to suppose the notion of the petitioner to be unfounded. . . . They had no fear or jealousy of religion itself, nor did they wish to see us an irreligious people; they did not intend to prohibit a just expression of religious devotion by the legislators of the nation, even in their public character as legislators; they did not intend to spread over all the public authorities and the whole public action of the nation the dead and revolting spectacle of atheistical apathy.” -Senate Judiciary Committee 1853

    The FFRF have about as much grasp of the Constitution as SCOTUS, and about as much respect for the truth as Planned Parenthood.

  • [8] August 15, 2015 at 9:25am

    Blink, liberal positions stand on anything BUT substance, this one no less.

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  • [-2] August 12, 2015 at 11:43pm

    Unless America repents and turns, she will not be blessed.

    As a nation, I have not seen evidence of this. Even with exposure of great evils, people do not turn. Instead, God is mocked and spurned.

    Weeks ago, as my mother and I traveled home, the Lord suddenly spoke to us and said, “The invasion has started.” The next night, a young man shot 9 people in a church. The Battle Flag pulled from monuments hit media soon after. Days following that, SCOTUS rewrote the language of Obamacare. Two days later, SCOTUS made up more words for the Constitution.

    When the Lord had said that to us, we naturally thought He meant some sort of invasion by ISIS or such. Even we sometimes forget that He does not think as we do. The invasion He refered to was a spiritual one, a direct assalt on America herself, and her church.

    Very soon, great judgment will come. Only repentance will stop it. If you want to see America saved, Mr. Beck, beg them to repent. I’ll join you in Birmingham for some of it.


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  • [8] August 10, 2015 at 8:31pm

    I try, really try, to be a civil person. I don’t like the rude tactics of the far left and generally regard their outward demeanor as that of spoiled children.

    But I will say it if Mr. Walsh will not. If you read Mr. Walsh’s piece and still emphatically support Mr. Trump, you are stupid.

    We are poised on the edge of economic shutdown. When that happens, and with Mr. Trump as candidate it won’t be an if, do you realize what that means? No food, no clean water. The cities will be a death trap first. The opportunity will then exist for whoever is in power to seize it completely. No more America.

    Should that somehow not happen, or at least, it could happen at the same time, war will begin per the middle east. Whether they come for us first, or after Israel, they WILL come. You really think Mr. Trump will help you?

    Are you really so spoiled in peaceful America that you cannot imagine what it will be like to live in fear? If you and “your ilk” really throw away this opportunity and do not fight to the last breath for your freedom… OUR freedom, you will deserve every bit coming to you. Like Mr. Walsh, yes, I am mad. It is MY children’s future you toy with as well.

    When the Lord quietly spoke to me about what was to come a few years ago, like anyone, I didn’t want to believe it. Didn’t understand. To tell you the truth, I still don’t. I still don’t understand how people can be so blind. But what you will not be able to say, is that you were not warned.

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  • [21] August 7, 2015 at 7:04pm

    Thank you for another well written piece, Mr. Walsh, and for the additional information on Ms. Fiorina. She did speak well, but I couldn’t help but notice some things she did NOT say. Now I understand.

  • [4] August 7, 2015 at 6:58pm

    Abstinence is only a “failure” because of attitudes such as the one you display. If you choose not to abstain, and you enforce this attitude to others, of course it will fail.

    However, if you embrace values, learn responsibility and self control, it is not only possible… it was the norm all the way up until the invention and spread of birth control. Ask your great-grandmother how many of her friends did so much as kiss a boy before marriage.

    Many reasons HAVE been explained without using “religion,” but one might be more curious as to why you seem so hostile towards religion. Is it because you rebel against the idea of having values and restrictions in the first place? That would seem the most logical conclusion.

    Lastly… you won’t try to get the churches taxed? From your post, can I safely assume you would be for “separation of church and state?” On that position alone, you should abhor government involvement in churches.

    In any case, churches are not taxed because government has no jurisdiction over them. Lawyers have been challenging the “tax-exemption” of churches in regards to sermons and politics for years. Do you know why the IRS has not taken the bait? Because it is unconstitutional. Only recently would it ever have a chance. And again, why? Because those in government are now that corrupt.

    You seem like you don’t really want this corrupt America, but you see, religion, values, and all go hand in hand. You cannot have your cake and eat it, too.

    Good day :)

  • [19] August 7, 2015 at 2:54pm

    I like Dr. Carson. I do think he is inexperienced, but I haven’t crossed him off just yet. He has a lot to cram, but he does seem to learn fast.

  • [8] August 7, 2015 at 2:43pm

    @ fortherecord

    He will not respect Mr. Trump because Mr. Trump is arrogant. His full heart is not to this country. Whatever you (or I) think of Mr. Putin’s policies, he does love his homeland very much. He will do what he thinks is best for Russia. He will only respect someone 100% doing the same for America.

    As for which candidate, I am undecided at this point. You are correct that it will need to be someone who backs up what he says. There are also other things I am considering as well. Can he bring people together without sacrificing Constitution or principal? Can he communicate with people clearly and help them understand what he is doing and why? Can he do what is needed to make America safe, and get her back on track to stability? But, perhaps the number one question, does he love America, and commit to be her public servant? To serve her? I can’t imagine Mr. Trump committing himself to the attitude of servitude for long. It’s just not in his nature.

    The next president is a tall order, and I am considering carefully. I hope everyone is.

  • [1] August 7, 2015 at 2:28pm

    I agree with your assessment of the debates, Mr. Beck, except Rand Paul, of whom I do not think handled himself well. It’s not that what he was saying wasn’t true, but his anger got the better of him, and I think he suffered for it.

    I have always disagreed with your dislike of Mr. Huckabee, but even I know he did really well, and I appreciate your honest opinion of his performance. On the flip side, I was disappointed with Mr. Santorum, whom I like. I hope he can do better than that soon. Ms. Fiorina did indeed do exceptionally well. She is a good speaker, and knew her points. However, I’m not convinced of her on all the issues. There were things she seemed to avoid saying. No matter how good one is at speaking, I don’t want anyone who isn’t forthright on all positions. On that end, I appreciated Mr. Rubio’s outspokenness.

    I am disappointed you didn’t mention Mr. Jindal, however. I felt he did very, very well.

    Good day, Mr. Beck ^^

  • [55] August 7, 2015 at 2:15pm

    Mr. Putin will never respect Mr. Trump anymore than he does Obama, which is zero. Mr. Beck is dead right in his assessment of Mr. Trump, and I do not understand why anyone would support him. He is a great American success story, but that is all. Mr. Trump works for Mr. Trump, not America.

    If you want someone to go head to head with Mr. Putin, you need someone he will respect. Not necessarily agree with, but respect.

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