Wednesday, March 17, 2010

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3 comments:

  1. I don't understand health care. I don't have the knowledge of it. I don't have it and neither have I learned it.

    I never knew what "progressive talk" was, though I heard of some of it on a radio station. A friend at work explained it as a move toward either socialism, Marxism, or some form of communism..I suppose some form of humanism.

    Humanism is never a good thing.

    Micah 7:13 says
    Notwithstanding the land shall be desolate because of them that dwell therein, for the fruit of their doings.

    We've been concerned with many fruit of people's doings of these last days lately.

    Micah goes on to talk about the results of what people have done and also the mercy of God and what God will do to restore them.

    I remember a Twilight Zone program
    of years ago. It was about a man who was driving his car and came to a town. As soon as he arrived there, something went wrong with his car. It stopped. It seemed to look OK, but nothing in it worked.
    Though it had been working, now it seemed lifeless and dead.

    He got out of it and began to walk. There were no people on the streets. He was with his wife and they were the only two people there. Everything looked clean, almost too good, but there were no people in the streets, no children playing, no sounds of laughter, nobody talking with each other. Desolate.

    He lit a cigarette and dropped his match, and the "grass" caught fire. But it wasn't real grass at all. It was made of paper. It just looked like grass. The houses were made of plastic.

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  2. I am glad that the blog is back. I don't agree with
    a lot of your opinions, but
    I do like to get your perspective on issues.

    RALPH

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  3. Psalm 37 is good for today.

    Though the builders of a new deal
    used protection in their design of
    a health care agenda, to shield themselves from what they were about to do, it will all come back to them.

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