Pathway in the Sea
Ever see a butterfly flutter by? John 3:7-8
Thy way is in the sea, and thy path in the great waters, and thy footsteps are not known.
"The best way to show that a stick is crooked is not to argue about it or to spend time denouncing it, but to lay a straight stick along side it."
-D. L. Moody
Saturday, November 01, 2008
Obama: "I Shared My Peanut Butter And Jelly Sandwich"
By Greg Sargent - October 29, 2008, 1:10PM
In Raleigh just now, Barack Obama went beyond the prepared remarks in pushing back on McCain's "socialist" attacks, ad-libbing about the shadowy Marxist and redistributionist leanings he's secretly harbored since kindergarten:
"By the end of the week, he'll be accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in kindergarten," Obama said, as per the prepared remarks. Then he added: "I shared my -- I shared my peanut butter and jelly sandwich."
It's a nifty way of highlighting, in a roundabout way, the McCain-Palin attacks in all their utter childishness.
A Neiman Marxist.
What would you do if you had $150,000 to spend?
Buy a house? Pay for prescription drugs?
The Palin shopping spree is more than the average American household spends on clothes in 80 years.
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A voting age is a minimum age established by law that a person must attain in order to be eligible to vote in a public election.
The vast majority of countries in the world have established a voting age. Most governments consider that those of an age lower than the chosen threshold lack the necessary capacity to independently decide how to cast a vote. The voting age is often of such importance that it is set by means of a constitutional provision.
At the present time the voting age across the world is typically 18. When the right to vote was first accorded in democracies the voting age was generally set at 21, or in some cases at an even higher level. In the 1970s widespread reform led to a reduction to 18 in a large number of countries. Debate is currently underway in many places on proposals to reduce the voting age below 18.
Restricting voting rights to persons of a certain age is based on the assumption that maturity and wisdom come with age. Obama's campaign and entire political party depend upon this NOT being the case.
(The Democratic Party is a GOP-enabled front for the New World Order ant-colony-esque collectivist agenda-i.e: individual identity and worth are subsumed by the amoral materialistic priorities of the Luciferian sorcerer-elite-ruled collective. Exhibit "A": the "Global Warming" hysteria psychologically programs the population for collectivist-oriented resource-rationing. Rest assured, this is only the threshold..."problems" like the Jewish one or the fundamentalist Christian one will require "solutions". All that's required is to persuade the population that "evil" is now "good". Compare America of 1968 to America of 2008. From John Wayne to Wayne's World. See how easy it is? Schwing!)
November 1, 2008
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READ: James 3:13-18
My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways. —Isaiah 55:8
I heard the screams long before I could see him, but as I wheeled my grocery cart around to the next aisle of the store, there he was!
With angry tears streaming out of squinty eyes, the little boy was shouting, “Gimme it!” His mom glanced at me for a moment. I won’t debate the merits of her actions, but, embarrassed and worn down, she grabbed the cheap trinket and tossed it into her cart.
I think I recognized that kid. He looked a lot like me. Yes, I’ve often been the willful child. And sometimes I’ve even pleaded with God, “Why not? Why can’t I have it?” On occasion, God’s given me what I wanted, but not because I wore Him down. No, I think He wanted me to see what happens when I put myself in charge.
What we think is best is not necessarily the best that God desires for us. In Isaiah 55:8, the Lord said, “My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways.”
In his book Days of Grace, tennis champion Arthur Ashe paraphrased James 1:5 when he wrote this advice to his young daughter: “Ask God for the wisdom to know what is right, what God wants done, and the will to do it.”
That’s just the kind of sincere prayer that God wants to hear from His children. — Cindy Hess Kasper
We can’t presume to know what’s best
When we begin to pray;
So we must ask, “What honors God?”
Then seek His will and way. —Sper
If God doesn’t give us what we ask for, we can be sure that He has something far better.
It appears that in 2008 America, the candidate endorsed by Ronald McDonald is a shoo-in for whatever office they are running for, as long as he's supplying peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and the nameless and faceless worker caste that produces the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches remains voiceless, mis-informed and mis-represented. Broken Arrow.