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Obama's Selfie, Photoshopped Life

Deagin Wrote: Dec 08, 2014 5:44 AM
"That's not a choice we want Americans to make." Who's we? Who's he? What arrogance! What a creep! He's really a nobody from nowhere telling millions of people what's best for them.
Remember the black mass in Oklahoma city? First the beheading and threatened beheading. Now this. Coincidence? I don't think so.
"I love how it made me feel about myself." That tells you all you need to know about her "faith." It's all about her. Her faith is in herself not in a transcendent merciful God who became one of us. Jesus Christ truly feels our pain. In church I feel good about God who loves me and forgives me for the sins I've committed. God is within but we are not God. We are adopted sons and daughters of God in the order of grace not of being.
I don't know why it's so wrong for people to live with their parents and why it's anyone business if they do. I am 68 years old and live alone. I would like a wife but that's not easy at my age. I wish I had parents or children who would want to live with me. I can manage on my own but I would rather have a family member here who cared about me.
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The Lesson of Dunkirk

Deagin Wrote: Feb 21, 2014 6:42 AM
I thought this is an interesting aspect of Dunkirk that I had never heard before: It was May 24, 1940, and 338,226 British soldiers had been driven to the water’s edge by the mighty German army in the small town of Dunkirk (France). They were waiting for certain death or imprisonment. It was at that desperate moment that the churches in Britain called for a national day of prayer. With the alarming deterioration of the military situation in France, many decided that it was, indeed, time to pray. On May 23 numerous political leaders, newspaper editors, and King George VI issued a call for a moment of prayer to be held on Sunday, May 26.[1] No one could have anticipated what was to happen during those three momentous days. Just 24 hours after the call to prayer, Adolf Hitler inexplicably ordered his armies to halt, to the surprise and dismay of even his own generals.Two days later, on May 26, the nation gathered to pray. Church attendance skyrocketed, including a large gathering at Westminster Abbey, during which people pleaded with the Almighty to spare their husbands, sons and fathers at Dunkirk.[2]
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