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#21 John81

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Posted 11 November 2013 - 07:56 PM

So true, yet many place part of their faith in that party to turn this country around.

 

As for the next republican candidate for president, I believe it will be another moderate or even liberal republican. I don't feel there'e enough true conservatives in the republican party to have a real republican conservative candidate. Of course even if they come up with a real republican conservative candidate they will be only worldly conservative, not Christians conservative.

Last Sunday, in our adult Sunday school class our pastor teaches, someone brought up the idea of trying to change the country through voting. Our pastor pointed out that only the Gospel can truly change the country. He further pointed out how the most dramatic changes to take place in America were all the result of the preaching of the Gospel and making disciples.

 

As he pointed out, any political change will only be temporary and made of stubble as it doesn't change the heart. Only the transformation that comes from being born again in Christ changes the heart and makes permanent change that not only effects this life, but lasts for eternity.

 

Are we going to serve the Lord and build that which is precious and withstands the fire, or are we going to settle for building with wood, hay and stubble which will all be burned away?



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Posted 11 November 2013 - 09:52 PM

I just like to say that I really like the title of the forum! Very clever!



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Posted 12 November 2013 - 08:27 AM

This fellows campaign tactic exposes that most black voters are racists at least when it comes to elections.  Terribly sad.

 

President Obama is not black.  He's half white and arab with not enough "black african" in him (under 12%) to legally call himself black.  His ancestors were Arabs who captured blacks and sold them into slavery.   :allears:

 

That is of course, if one believes that he's from Kenya.  Others believe he's the love child of the communist, Malcolm X, then he would be black and white and an American too!  

 

President Bill Clinton was the first black president.   :hsyft:


Edited by swathdiver, 12 November 2013 - 08:28 AM.


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Posted 12 November 2013 - 08:41 AM

This fellows campaign tactic exposes that most black voters are racists at least when it comes to elections.  Terribly sad.

 

President Obama is not black.  He's half white and arab with not enough "black african" in him (under 12%) to legally call himself black.  His ancestors were Arabs who captured blacks and sold them into slavery.   :allears:

 

That is of course, if one believes that he's from Kenya.  Others believe he's the love child of the communist, Malcolm X, then he would be black and white and an American too!  

 

President Bill Clinton was the first black president.   :hsyft:

Typically liberal calls for a color blind society are nothing more than a smoke screen to silence opposition while they themselves practice de facto racism.

 

In the liberal mind, it's not racist to vote for a black because he's black. In the liberal mind blacks can't get along without claiming victim status and receiving massive government handouts. Their policies also indicate blacks must be incapable of having intact families, caring for their own children, educating themselves, working for a living, or living their lives on their own because all liberal policies regarding blacks are geared through the prism of them needing massive help and guidance by the hand as if they are little children.

 

Then, in their warped thinking, liberals claim attempts to help blacks get into the workforce is racist, as is accepting blacks starting and running their own local schools, as are programs to help blacks learn home management, to help them learn family values.

 

Any whites that don't agree with liberal policy regarding blacks is a racist.

 

Meanwhile, all statistics clearly how that blacks attack whites criminally because of their race by a vast percentage greater than whites do towards blacks. Yet liberals say there is no racism there, even when the black perpetrators clearly state their racism. If a white accidently bumps into a black person walking down the sidewalk, that's racism, but a black guy beating a white guy nearly to death because he hates whites isn't.

 

Public schools and colleges teach black racism and white guilt. America is reaping what has been sown.



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Posted 13 November 2013 - 09:42 PM

Last Sunday, in our adult Sunday school class our pastor teaches, someone brought up the idea of trying to change the country through voting. Our pastor pointed out that only the Gospel can truly change the country. He further pointed out how the most dramatic changes to take place in America were all the result of the preaching of the Gospel and making disciples.

 

As he pointed out, any political change will only be temporary and made of stubble as it doesn't change the heart. Only the transformation that comes from being born again in Christ changes the heart and makes permanent change that not only effects this life, but lasts for eternity.

 

Are we going to serve the Lord and build that which is precious and withstands the fire, or are we going to settle for building with wood, hay and stubble which will all be burned away?

 

That's great, seems most pastors seems the way to change things in the USA is by voting. And believing that to me is putting trust in man which God tells us not to do.

 

Ps 118:8 It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man.
Ps 118:9 It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in princes.
 
I know some do not see it that way, yet that is my opinion.





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