Archive for the 'judgment' Category

Disasterous reach by Obama

November 27th, 2016

When a nation loses the prestige that it once had, they become in their misfortune the plaything of rivals. So goes the way of the United States, as illustrated by the following. As it becomes a cesspool of poverty, unless the following is read, understood and acted upon. Emitting a treble stench of confusion, pain and vulnerability […]


Significance of Marriage

June 24th, 2016

Then Arina Vlaayivna  came to his side, and pressing her gray head to his said, “It can not be helped, Vasya. A son is like a lopped off branch. As a falcon, he comes when he wills, and goes when he lists. But you, and I are like mushrooms growing in the hollow of a […]


Commentary:How life is shortened

June 10th, 2016

As sorrow sweeps into the nations homes, where sons defile their mothers. Shame on America, and all those who would violated the sacredness of motherhood. From an influence that is demoniacally evil and will destroy an individual and the nation collectively. Mothers and women are to be shown the greatest of respect. All great societies […]


The power of dissent

April 28th, 2016

“Every thing useful and beneficial to man, seems to be connected with obedience to the laws of his nature, the inclinations, the duties, and the happiness of individuals to resolve themselves into customs and habits, favorable, in the highest degree, to society. In no case is this more apparent than in the customs of nations […]


Living the Life

April 27th, 2016

More permanent and genuine happiness is to be found in the sequestered walks of connubial life than the giddy rounds of promiscuous pleasure, George Washington, 1786.
Guess George had it right all the time. That’s because God set the record straight a long time ago. God noticed that it was not good for man to be […]


What yesterday tells us about tomorrow

March 17th, 2016

“I once asked evangelists. Billy Graham, if he experienced temptations of the flesh, when he was young,’ he said, ‘of course.’ ‘How did you deal with them?’ ‘With a passion,’ he responded. ‘I asked God to strike me dead before he allowed me to dishonor him that way!’ ‘That is the kind of seriousness one […]


About Homosexuality

April 18th, 2015

“No greater wrong can ever be done than to put a good man at the mercy of a bad, man, while telling him not to defend himself or his fellows; in no way can the success of evil be more surer or quicker,” President Theodore Roosevelt, 1858-1919.
Today we have President Obama, a bad man from […]


Another nail in the American coffin

April 17th, 2015

Sometimes humor tells the story best. But the conclusion isn’t so humorous. A father watched his young daughter playing in the garden, and he smiled as he reflected on how sweet and pure his little girl was. Tears formed in his eyes, as he thought about her seeing the wonders of nature through such innocent […]


Homosexuality its curse

January 17th, 2015

Some remember the actor comedian George Burns. And his ever present cigar, popping off some zingers, like this one. “The secret of a good sermon is to have a good beginning and a good closing. Then have the two, as close together as possible. Which brought ample laughs from his audiences. Perhaps hoping for the […]


World views from a periscope

November 4th, 2014

O! Perspectives how unique they are because they allow us to see world events from our own periscopes. But the prisms of our mirrors may some how not be the reality for what is really occurring. So if this periscope shows that modern day Israel would be over run and conquered by a foreign power, […]


Cause and effect of world events

November 3rd, 2014

O! How the world has prospered and been protected. Because God had foreordained that those two nations, combined with Israel would serve as his representatives here on earth. Those nations were Great Britain and the United States.
But that was yesterday’s history. Today it’s a much different story. This is the second discussion in a series, […]


A hell of an experience

September 26th, 2014

“In reality there is perhaps not one of our natural passions so hard to subdue as pride. Disguise it, struggle with it, beat it down, stifle it, mortify it as much as one pleases, it is still alive, and will now and then peek out and show itself,” Benjamin Franklin.
Some historical events that causes Franklin’ […]