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No Chance

Posted: September 1st, 2014, by christianwest

Reading about the people in this World who are willing to do everything and anything to promote their particular brand of politics or religion can give one a fright. Fortunately we here in America don’t often think about these things. Most people alive in the United States today cannot even remember Pearl Harbor (December 7, 1941), and we are quickly forgetting the trauma of September 11, 2001.  With the advent of TSA and Homeland Security, quite obviously we have nothing to be concerned about.

There are always a few diehards, however:

“Without offering specifics on any threats or suggestions on how to confront them, the leaders of the Senate and House intelligence committees on Sunday prodded the White House to work to prevent the Islamic State extremists from launching attacks on U.S. soil.” (Associated Press)

We have absolute confidence in our National leaders, right? We have a plan — a strategy, right? Our borders are secure. Our military is growing stronger and more prepared each day, right? Washington, D. C. is focused on protecting the United States above all else, right?

Alfred E. Newman would say: “What, me worry?”

Here is the Truth. There is only ONE thing for which there is NO CHANCE. That is, if you are a Believer, that God will ever leave you or forsake you.

Anywhere, Anytime, and Anyone (R-rated post)

Posted: August 30th, 2014, by christianwest

I will never let go of my absolute abhorrence of the murderous practice of abortion. God will surely bring to judgment those who have a careless attitude toward life.

Federal judges continue to strike down any attempt to bring at least a little sanity to the argument. Even though we will never again be able to save the millions of unborn who will be slaughtered before Christ returns (should he tarry long), one would think that at the very least we would make the life of the mother as safe a possible during the murder of her child.

(AUSTIN, Texas) — A federal judge Friday threw out new Texas abortion restrictions that would have effectively closed more than a dozen clinics in the state. The law would have required abortion facilities in Texas to meet hospital-level operating standards, which supporters say will protect women’s health. Similar laws about admitting privileges have been blocked by federal courts in Mississippi, Kansas and Wisconsin. (TIME)

One only has to look at the slippery slope our Federal Judicial Branch of Government has brought into reality to understand that we should assume that we are moving toward the policy that one can get an abortion anywhere, anytime, performed by anyone. We need only to follow the homosexual agenda to discover that is the general direction of our Nation.