Friday, July 08, 2011

A Thousand Words in a Single Picture

It has been said a picture is worth a 1000 words. Rather than words, I'm publishing a set of 2 pictures today that will speak at least 2000 words.

Have a great Friday and weekend.


Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Informed. Be Prayerful.

Thank you for your support.

6 comments:

  1. Ha! Thanks that gave me a laugh :-) God bless.

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  2. Ross Bennett explains why comics can't do OBAMA Jokes
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrmtF1trv50

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  3. How to distribute poverty:

    1. Don't worship God.
    a. Don't encourage constitutional rights of
    school children to read the Bible together
    and pray.
    2. Say you can do it all without him.
    3. Marry Gays.
    4. Kill babies.
    5. Call porn freedom of speech, rather than what
    it really is.
    6. Let corruption in business go on. (scams etc.)
    7. Think the sun will continue to shine and that
    the birds will continue to sing while people
    go on in ways that are contrary to God.
    8. Don't get energy independent.
    9. Overspend.
    10. Make government bigger.
    11. Get more government into running healthcare
    more.
    12. Get more government into everything while
    putting everything of God off.

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  4. I am having a hard time reconciling my
    Christianity ,morality and ethics
    with the Medicare DONUTHOLE.

    A Christian country would never ,never, ever go against
    the commandment , “HONOR YOUR FATHER AND MOTHER,'' and saddle their
    sickest seniors citizens with something like the DONUT HOLE.

    How do reconcile your Christian values
    with the existence of the DONUNUT HOLE ?

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  5. Gary I appreciate the fact that you consider the economy of the natipon a moral issue. Many faith leaders never comment on economic issues. God bless you.

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  6. Obamacare will ruin everything. There has never been a graet country with government run health.

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