Saturday, June 30, 2012


Save our Country

We have all heard of A.C.L.U. now it is known as America Civil Liberty Union I am her to show you what it really is!
Every day more and more our Christians values are taken away from us as Christians it has been said that in out Constitution States separation of Church this is un true. The founding Fathers were in fact Christians this Country was based on the Holy Word of God our pelage of Allegiant to this country it reads as follows I Pelage Allegiant to the Flag of the United States and the republic for which it stands one nation indivisible under God with liberty and justice for all. First they take the word God out of our pelage to our country. Now Gods commandments are being taken out of our schools if God is not in our every day life. Then they will win. Fellow Christians what are we doing our government is being taken over by people who do not love GOD! Stand with me and call the 202 456-1111 or go to let our Government know we are not selling out we believe in God and his son Jesus Christ who died on the cross for us and they can not take our Lord away because they want to deal with other countries. Our Country is not for Sale. Just to fill their pockets Lawyer are not to hold public office they are the Anti-Christ buy the fact they are selling our rights off one by one if we let them soon we will be praying in Basements like the Jewish people did in world war II Join me and stop them from taking our Lord and Savor away!!!! George Washington was a Christian and he and all of the first Congress were all Christians and that is why on our money it reads in God we trust stop the Moral breakdown of our Country. We as a nation are a family and family sticks together.

The Cry of the Gay Community

The human need for love comes from the need of exception and with this need, comes the journey to find it. We as humans need the feelings of touch, smell, sight, now the homosexuals life style has been portrayed badly by some with the practice of having sex any where they see fit. That is not common in all homosexual, some of us want that one true love. In our life’s to spend the rest of our life with. Yes the gay community has a pride parade and There since of sexual content in it and it is wrong to show sexuality in public and I know that. There are some who are not growing as fast as others. When Jesus first came to earth did people change right then and there? No in fact they mock him they did not believe that he was God. They went to the point of having him killed. It was not until two hundred years after Jesus went to heaven did any one believe in him many of the Jewish people are still looking for the Messiah are we going over to tell them that there ancestry shows they put him to death. Yes but still many of them still do not believe. It says in The Bible that the Jewish people must come to know him before he returns. But a sex act buy a some of us have problems. I agree that the act of sodomy is not right but what choice do we have no matter what we do will not be enough. We love The lord of lord and king of kings (Jesus) said that he did not come to heal those who do not need him but for them who do. Sex is to reproduce and we are aware that we can not reproduce, but dose that mean we can not love are we to go through live with out love at all. Talked about a crewel act of humanity, Jesus died for sin we were washed by his blood. And as long as we believe in him we are saved but man has the problem with this. How can man judge us when Jesus as well as God has forgiven us. Can mankind wait and listen to what their heart tells them. Not what other tell them to think. Some of us want what you have and that is to love some one also. For many years woman did not have a voice in the church or vote they were told they could not preach but now we have many great preachers who are women. In many religions they still are not able to Preach. But they still teach there children what to believe, Mothers have been the preachers of the house holds for many centuries. Now they are the leaders of churches Joyce Mayors, and Frances Swaggert are now just two of the biggest ministers of today. As well as Gloria Copland now if we followed the laws that are in the Bible they could not preach! But they are preachers and are following God’s word. All we want is the understand that even though we have a condition that limits us in reproducing offspring we still love God. And we do understand our lifestyle is not one of comfort but we are still children of God.
Many painting show Jesus with long hair and covered like women wore there head covering and it says in 1 Corinthian it say men hair should be short and women’s hair be long and covered so was Jesus doing what was out of the normal why of doing things or was he showing that even he did not agree with mans law. The word fornication is to have sex out of marriage. We can show that he fought for many things out of what the church told him to do as a child he made sparrows on the Sabbath but yet you are not going to tell God what he can do on a day you are to worship him it is his day to be worshiped then why would you tell God how and who to love. The homosexual world we raise money for others we help other who are sick, and we to love God. For many years Negros were looked as different but now we except the all we want is to be excepted as children of God we have the same problems as you do we cry when we are sad we feel just like you, in many subjects we want the ability to love and to have the same opportunity in life to do the same thing you do the laws of years and years ago when the people were trying to populate the world. And to get out of oppression of rule from the Romans they fought for what they believed and they felt singled out to be less than the Romans this is how we feel we are no less a child of God than you we want our right to worship the God of our fathers and of our hearts. We do not want any other rights then you have.

Thursday, June 28, 2012


Dr Jensen’s definition of marriage specified “two persons of the opposite sex”. Roman Catholic and Orthodox leaders echoed this call.
The problem these venerable gentlemen have, however, is that their understanding of the “Biblical way of life” is just nowhere found in the Bible.
Abraham is one of the greatest heroes of the Judeo-Christian tradition. When he and wife Sarai found themselves childless they brought their slave girl Hagar into the bedroom. The resulting son became a great patriarch.

Abraham later took a second wife, Keturah, and had several more kids. He also had children with an uncertain number of mistresses, or concubines.
Jacob’s sex life is more bizarre still. He purchased his first wife Leah from her father then married her sister Rachel. Rachel’s servant girl Bilhah soon joined them “as a wife” for at least two children. A bit later, Leah’s servant girl Zilpah made it a happy fivesome.
Yes, a bit kinky perhaps. But there is no hint in the texts this was irregular. In fact, the opposite. Great rejoicing at these blessings from God.
These lucky guys were not alone. Lamech took two wives. Esau had three. Gideon had many wives. King Solomon had 700 wives and 300 concubines. Rehoboam took 18 wives, and 60 concubines. Abijah had 14 wives. Caleb had children with at least two partners. David had eight wives, an unknown number of concubines and a relationship with Jonathan. There are others we know of and many we don’t.
This is not to suggest ancient Israel was Amsterdam in the swinging sixties. The opposite, in fact. Polygamy was ordained by God to fulfil the commandment to be fruitful and multiply. Especially after famine or war had depleted male populations. Clear guidelines were firmly in place.
First wives must be looked after when a man takes new ones. Wives must not come from another race. Inheritance must be divvied up fairly among children of all wives. Subsequent wives must not include your wife's sister while your wife is living (this came after Jacob’s threesome). And a widow whose husband dies before they have had children must marry her brother-in-law after the funeral.
A man may assign one of his slave girls to a male slave for them to have children. When the male slave is redeemed, he is free to go. But his wife and children remain the property of the owner
A virgin who is raped must marry the rapist with no possibility of divorce. But the rapist must pay the father 50 shekels for his property loss. A bride who is discovered after the wedding not to be a virgin must be killed.
Biblical marriage, anyone?
The argument that God disapproved of multiple partners but tolerated and regulated it – as with divorce– is unfounded. There is no hint anywhere that polygamous, same-sex or extramarital unions are intrinsically wrong. Some may be, but not all. Yes, Solomon was rebuked for taking too many foreign wives. But nationality was the problem there, not multiplicity. Although 700 does look a bit greedy
God’s prophet told King David he could have had even more wives had he wanted. This is just not possible if polygamy was in any way sinful.
The New Testament, in contrast, teaches clearly against marriage, proclaiming celibacy as the preferred option for followers of Christ.

“It is good for a man not to touch a woman”, Paul instructs. And later, “He who marries does right, but he who does not marry does better.”
Marriage is grudgingly permitted for the weak and then regulated. Slaves, wives and children are all subordinate to the husband. There is one commandment in the New Testament requiring one wife. That applies to bishops or elders only.
So where did the curious idea arise that Biblical marriage is one-man-one-woman? It appears to have originated from a poetic piece set in the Garden of Eden, a passage often read at weddings.
Genesis chapter 2 says: (24) “Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. (25) And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.”
Clearly, say conservatives, this has the words “a man” and “his wife”. End of argument.

Increasingly, however, scholars say this does not deal definitively with questions of number, gender, race or anything else regarding marital partners. Rather, it is snapshot of the first union between Adam and Eve affirming that partnerships should be permanent, and that newlyweds should not live with his parents. That’s about all.
Singular terms in Scripture, scholars advise, often imply plural. And vice versa. For example, the tenth commandment instructs us not to “covet thy neighbour’s house, thy neighbour’s wife, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox, nor his ass…”
These are all singular terms, but clearly imply plural. Similarly, instructions to fathers to “not provoke your children” apply to fathers with only one child.
So restricting Genesis 2:24 to just one spouse fails. Besides, they ask, how can we apply verse 24 rigidly today, but not verse 25?
Loader concludes that “there appears to be no sound reason to exclude same-sex couples” from marriage.
So Christians are quite free to argue for a definition of marriage as “the voluntary union for life of one man and one woman”.
But they are not free to claim this is Biblical.