Ole Bill is still as dysfunctional as ever. He might be "saved" but not a good example. He had an opportunity to make a positive difference and blew it. I wondered when BG sought him out, Bill, if he was trying to have him finish his life as a better example. No doubt Bill has charisma. Bill could still make a positive difference because of who he was. Till you take your last breathe - you can turn around and serve Him. Having said all that, I'm still diametrically opposed to ole Bill's political ideology etc..
Old Bill might very well believe in God but doesn't allow Him to direct his life. There are allot of folks out there like that - carries around a Bible, goes to church on Sunday but M-Sat. doesn't live it in any way shape or form.
posted on 06/25/2005 9:24:49 PM PDT
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I agree with you. Seeing Bill come to true repentance would probably mean that he would quit trying to manipulate the public's opinion of him through phony stunts.
As far as Bill being saved, I seem to recall something about "by their fruits, you will know them." If Bill started confessing his sin publicly and taking whatever consequences (including jail time for raping women) that might come his way, I'd consider him a changed man and praise God.
Even if Billy and Franklin Graham WERE reaching out to him, would you do so privately? I would. I wouldn't give Clinton the stage that he so clearly loves to act phony to people for his own gain.
These revivals are supposed to be about Jesus, not about the Clintons staging their next political manuever, hoping to get some red state sympathy.
posted on 06/25/2005 9:31:11 PM PDT
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