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Texas.7

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  • September 20, 2012 at 11:51am

    Spiritually, we know Islam is anti-Christ.

    As citizens of a free nation of which an enemy has declared itself to be at war with- I believe that the only logical response would be to view that enemy as the threat to national security.

    But only in this upside-down world could our leadership construe the free speech of the citizenry as the national security threat, as they apologise for our truthfulness. They wish to enslave us from within, to make us easy prey. But we will not be silent.

  • September 20, 2012 at 10:27am

    Any limit to free speech is itself a national security threat.

  • September 20, 2012 at 9:36am

    Please pray that any who stand with the enemy of Christ and His Church for ratings, job security, or simply because they are too afraid to say what is true- that they will realise the danger they place on their own souls. Nobody is asking you to say ALL that is true regarding these things, unless the Spirit is working on you in that way. But times are changing, and you may be asked to speak boldly. But till then, at least, make sure that every word you speak is true. Stand on the side of Christ. It is our hearts which bring destruction to the soul. The enemy cannot.

  • September 19, 2012 at 11:42pm

    Amen to that!

  • September 19, 2012 at 11:42pm

    Excellent post!

  • September 18, 2012 at 2:48pm

    And this would threaten all of our free speech. When hate crimes only usually get labelled in only one direction, and our censorship grows along with our cooperation with fundamental Islam- this type of threat is an attack on all Americans. And if it goes unchecked, this will be on our back door soon.

  • September 12, 2012 at 2:30pm

    I’m right there with you. And I don’t even see any benefit to switching to regular TV when I can choose what programs, and when I want to watch. But the good news is, he said that would still be available to us- and yet he will be able to reach millions more! That gives him mainstream access, without the mainstream baggage. I think it is a win for everyone- well, for people who prefer truth over lies.

  • September 12, 2012 at 2:10pm

    Wow, now I believe it: TheBlaze will be like Fox News! It makes sense now. (Only let’s hope that the Blaze will continue to operate TOTALLY independent of the media’s pressures to comply). Maybe the competition will also strengthen Fox against pressures to bend and be molded. May Glenn Beck stay strong and true. He needs our prayers now more than ever as he continues to broadcast the truth.

  • September 9, 2012 at 8:32pm

    I am so sorry for your pain. I pray to God that He take that pain from you. It sounds like you have responded to adversity with an even closer walk with the Lord. May God reward your strength and courage with healing and refreshing, and may He use you to touch others who are in need of the same.

    God bless you

  • September 9, 2012 at 8:21pm

    She is very difficult to watch, to try to listen to. It’s like she has her hands over her ears and keeps saying the same thing, not matter the question, she must think we can’t follow her subtle attempts at re-direct to “clarify” are enough to make me sea sick. She is argumentative to the core, anything for the party line.

    And in my opinion, the nays had it on the God vote. Such a sad day for this country. It will be a tragic day if these guys get back in.

  • September 9, 2012 at 7:52pm

    God bless you!

  • September 9, 2012 at 7:43pm

    I meant, even if “we” don’t understand all of it… I know enough to know there is much more I don’t understand than what I understand. Good thing that every morsel is so filling. While we are left wanting more, we feel refreshed when the Lord speaks to us. I praise God that we can know Him through the living Spirit within us so intimately, yet there is always so much more to know. And His love and mercy is greater than any other knowledge at all. His love is enough to carry us, but more truth sets us on fire with even more passion and helps us to make sense to others.

  • September 9, 2012 at 7:31pm

    Shamrock, thankfully, my moral compass is not of this world. If you think I am naive to the dangers of this world, or the evil that we face, you are wrong. I simply know that if we become them, we loose something much greater than anything we could gain.

    But my response was to a poster who wanted racial vengeance, and his post was deleted. Surely, you are not in agreement with him?

  • September 9, 2012 at 7:09pm

    Somehow, we know that the Bible is true, even if you don’t always understand it. Don’t give up on it, but ask God to speak to you through it. I could read a verse many times and suddenly understand something in a very different way. That is because the Holy Spirit speaks to us thru His Word. And that is why we intuitively know truth, even when we don’t understand it all, and faith is rewarded with insight.

    Atheistic scientists have their own faith in theories which can’t be proven. I especially love what little I know about Quantum Chromodynamics theory. Quarks apparently move “between existence and non-existence”, as if thru a barrier. They are calculated with both real and imaginary numbers. And the law which describes them uses fictional colors, based on the pattern of how our brain interpretes red, green and blue cone stimulation in the eye.

    And the funny thing is they are probably fairly correct on their assessment of these particles. (I assume). But their knowledge is based on analogies which reference what can be seen (literally), to understand things that can’t be seen. And these guys even know that red, green and blue don’t even exist except as an interpretation made in our brain, to help us differentiate long, medium and short EM waves.

    So how far of a stretch is it for a believer to find that the Red, Blue, Green force itself speaks of the Trinity. No imaginary numbers needed.

  • September 9, 2012 at 11:54am

    I am not suggesting we do nothing, just that in whatever we do, we stay true to our convictions, knowing that nothing in this world is worth our soul. Therefore, we must never become like them to win, for in that we would suffer the biggest loss.

    And I still believe in the power of love, but most of all, I believe in the power of the very present God, who stands ready to defend the faithful. But no gain here can compare with the eternal promise. Their god teaches hate and self gratification- ours asks us to live out our faith, in His victory. Agape has swallowed the Law- and when we love, trust and obey the Lord, we will receive His abundant blessing. Pity those who would bully God’s beloved. All of these things will soon be resolved, on Earth as it is in Heaven. Our perseverance is in Christ.

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  • September 9, 2012 at 11:40am

    wayner4162,

    I agree with the first half of your post, but fear that your proposal takes us down a road similar to their style. First of all, you are probably not racist at all, but feel that it is us whites who are beginning to be oppressed in the US, with all of the racial hatred now coming from the other direction. My sincere belief is that it is only through rising above racial strife that we can find freedom ourselves and protect it for others.

    First of all, we must stand in the strength of what we know- faith in Christ. If they display the evil that fills them, it is ours to show a deeper contrast, as representatives of the God of life, love, forgiveness and redemption. But make no mistake about it. Ours is Creator God Almighty, in who’s presence none can abide without the covering of Christ. He is as involved now as He has always been. And He is telling us to trust Him.

    That does not mean to do nothing, for in the process of doing the work of the Lord, we must participate in society waving the banner of equal justice, truth (not lies), with the love that lifts others up also. We are the people who make sense, without contradiction. And the more we let the light of Christ shine from us in words and actions, the greater contrast we provide in the world. And that contrast just might wake them up. That contrast is this: life/death, love/hate, healing/destruction, freedom/bondage.

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  • September 8, 2012 at 9:32pm

    This release is an answer to prayer!

    I noticed you are from somewhere overseas. May the Lord protect all of our nations from the threat of Islamic rule and Sharia Law. And may the Lord cause a great awakening in all areas suffering from this evil right now. I am so thankful that Youcef is free! We need to continue to pray for the others around the world who are suffering for their faith.

  • September 8, 2012 at 3:18pm

    Amen, though I hope that we find a place where the bravery to express one’s convictions returns to the public arena. Political correctness is killing us. Bless you

  • September 8, 2012 at 1:39pm

    kryptonite,
    I need to apologise to you in part. While I still believe the prayer was appropriate, I had a realisation this morning which I need to tell you. Our lying president who embraces God in public when it will help his image, and denounces Him through both words and action- has the audacity to pretend (when it suits him) to believe in the words that were spoken. THAT may, in fact, be why the Cardinal Dolan’s speech wasn’t edited. Obama is a chameleon- a wolf who is comfortable pulling out the sheep skin over our eyes.

    But God’s Word will not return void. The Spirit will reveal hearts. Moderates, if they pay attention, can witness the Democratic party imploding upon itself, as extremists fight against the president whenever he pretends to be mainstream.

    It will be very important for the Republicans to showcase that contrast. A powerful add would include clips of the convention hall rejecting God three times. Another add might show the Cardinal’s words next to Obama’s words, contrasting truth with Obama’s belief system. Show the lunacy which was the Dem convention, and their radical move to the left under Obama. Show what is under the sheep skin to expose the wolf.

    Cardinal Dolan’s prayer was appropriate and showed both grace and courage. He did not play to the crowd. Now the ball is in the Rep court to expose the lies of the enemy, and the true convictions of a deceptive candidate.

  • September 7, 2012 at 11:08pm

    kryptonite,
    I’m sure we mostly agree. We know they are on the wrong side, listening to the enemy. But Cardinal Dolan’s prayer may serve an important purpose as far as I could tell. I am hopeful that there were SOME in the convention hall who voted to keep God mentioned (at least) in the platform, who are Christian, but were enticed by the lies. Could any of these awaken to truth? I don’t know, but I’m sure there was more of a mixed crowd of viewers at home.

    Cardinal Dolan helped to illustrate the vast difference between these parties. He brought a message of life to a people who largely approve of killing babies. He has sparked national discussion which must leave some moderates wondering why they are Democrat.

    And if we are to walk among non-believers, preaching the gospel to all nations, I have to say that the Democratic convention is as alien as it gets. And yet they invited him to pray. They didn’t give him a script. Some famous pastors praying at national events have so watered down their message for the audience- but Cardinal Dolan did not comply if he was asked. More podium time for devout Christians with worthy messages is a no brained as far as I can tell. Again, he didn’t play on their team at all- he just spoke at the game. And some might change sides, as the contrast between parties becomes more clear for anyone who hasn’t been paying attention.

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