Over the years we’ve seen a decline in the moral and ethical views of the American people – especially when it comes to marriage.
There are several states which have made marriage for same-sex couple legal. A couple of months ago I read an article about how the “gay crowd” is now pushing for the legalization of incestuous relationships — including relationships between a grandmother and her grandson (and their surrogate mother), twin brothers, fathers and daughters, etc.
This is a disturbing age we live in, and it’s getting worse and worse with every day that passes. Even so come quickly, Lord Jesus.
Use Scripture to back your opinions. Please. and thank you.
This weekend’s words of wisdom, though they are all from Pastors or ment in the ministry, are all political. This is because there is a presidential election staring us in the face that will determine the direction America will head over the next 4 years.
Vote wisely. Vote on your values, not your feelings. And remember: we’re not voting on a pastor; we’re voting on a president.
oh, and also… please don’t hate me for publishing political posts on here. I usually try to avoid political talk, but this year’s election really got me fired up. There’s so much at stake with this election, and one must ask: how much longer will God hold back His judgement from our ever-increasingly ungodly nation?
God has greatly blessed America. May He continue to do so — although He will not bless something that is in direct violation to His Word. May America turn from her wicked ways and bless God once again.
I was browsing around over at Stuff Fundies Like again (I promise this is not becoming a habit with me) and I decided to read some of the articles under their “news” section. That is where I found this particular article:
Which is all well and great. Then I kept reading…
“Wednesday’s rally was held in the sanctuary of Temple Baptist Church in Powell, not on the campus of nearby Crown College as initially advertised.
Weather delayed the candidate’s arrival by about an hour. The Crown College choir warmed up the crowd with such songs as “God Bless America,” “In God We Trust,” and the hymns of the armed forces.
I’m taking three classes this summer – one of which is an American Government class. Granted, I love history – but I really couldn’t care any less about politics. I know I should probably care more, but I just don’t. And because I don’t care, I don’t understand hardly anything about it.
I’m currently working on a paper for my Government class where I have to critically analyze a specific topic related to the American Government. We were encouraged to choose something we don’t already know a lot about (which, in my case, was super easy to come up with a list of topics). In the end, however, I chose to go the route of political parties – more specifically, the Tea Party.
I’m actually enjoying the research I’m doing on the topic. I’m discovering a lot about the political realm that I (obviously) never knew before.
who wants to give me a crash course on what all this “occupy wall street” stuff is about? any takers? anyone at all?
i’ve seen alot about it here and there online and hear people talking about it and whatnot, but i really haven’t followed any of it.
My cousin was pretty active in the “occupy lansing” thing going on here in Michigan, but i’m not sure if it’s related to the wall street thing or not… i’m assuming yes? actually, aren’t there a whole bunch of “occupy _________” things going on all over the country, with the main focus on wall street?
i’m bringing back some “oldies” and perhaps a couple “newies.” enjoy.
oh. and not to rub it in or anything, but… i have a 4-day weekend this week. yeehaw! :]
anywho… here we go…
first things first — i have a new twitter account. sooo, if you have twitter, get your happy butt over to it and follow me: @heatherrjoyy (yes, that’s 2 r’s and 2 y’s). yes, you want to.