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  • Infallibility

    05/21/2012 12:47:13 PM PDT · 174 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos; xone

    On Judgment Day, I will have to answer to Jesus Christ.

    Let me quote Sarah Palin again, “If I die, I die; so be it!”

  • Infallibility

    05/21/2012 9:37:42 AM PDT · 172 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101; Religion Moderator; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos; xone

    Self-pope: All of us Roman Catholics will treat you like the Roman Catholic Pope is treated =

    You can wash our >feet.

    Name the time & place = we’ll show up.

    A warning, self-pope = I gots me some real man-feet = big >super-stinky feet with hairy-ugly man-toes.

    The Pope provides the soap & water + the towel to dry our feet. (you will need some >smelling-salts when I take off the shoes & socks from my >man feet.

    Self-pope = your new title can be ‘feet washin’ self-pope’ as it has a nice-sound to it = a life of service instead of snark.

  • Infallibility

    05/21/2012 7:40:57 AM PDT · 168 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101; Religion Moderator; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Please see comment #155. On freerepublic, the ‘Self-Pope’ be a ‘Self-Pope’ whether the ‘Self-Pope’ believes in popes or not.

  • Infallibility

    05/21/2012 7:34:14 AM PDT · 167 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    This is a question about the guidelines on freerepublic for Religion Moderators:

    1. Is it permissible to ask for another persons’ qualifications to make ‘pope like’ pronouncements about the Christian scriptures?

    2. There many people in the world who are not schooled in a religious institution. They are actually just >self appointed experts.
    Harold Camping is a perfect example of such a person.
    There is a long list of public figures both famous & infamous, who work as Protestant ministers or have pretended to be Protestant ministers, yet have NO NO special education concerning the Bible or religion.

    I bought a $1 Bible at the OneBuck&noMo’ store. It’s a Protestant NIV Bible. Amazing price & I bought it to carry in my work truck as I didn’t want to risk ruining a more expensive Catholic Bible. (It’s always good to be able to ‘study on the word’ when you can.)

    The point of the points 1 & 2 is: For one dollar someone can buy a Bible & pretend to be a ‘Biblical-scholar’ just by quoting scripture. Anyone that has read the Bible can see in anti-Catholic comments that many people posting have >NO NO understanding of the Bible.

    3. Have the Religion Moderators considered allowing Roman Catholics to be able to specifically ask anti-Catholic posters their specific qualifications?
    Looking over numerous anti-Catholic comments it is possible to see that someone can spout complete anti-Catholic nonsense & claim scripture as its basis.

    4. It’s bogus & deceitful for freerepublic to allow such nonsense to occur without allowing Roman Catholics to ask for ‘qualifications’ & to ‘specifically’ point out, what the poster is saying is complete nonsense.

    5. The point being: ‘Someone for $1 can buy a Bible, quote scripture, pose as a Bible-believing Christian, spout complete nonsense & post anti-Catholic comments on freerepublic.
    Roman Catholics are not allowed to actually question the ‘posers that be posing.’

    6. As a Roman Catholic it does not seem to be very equitable to me. After all, Roman Catholics have a >visible Church that has been in existence for >2,000 years, have >actually written the Bible as inspired by the Holy Spirit & has a gazillion (at least) books & articles explaining Catholic teachings.

    7. There seems to be a difference between a ‘poser’ with a $1 Bible. & The visible = 2,000 year old Church with 1.2 BILLION people formally Baptized into it.
    The Roman Catholic is obligated to post authentic teaching. The poser with a $1 Bible can post whatever suits his fancy that day & use scripture inappropriately to write anti-Catholic comments.

    8. Being able to ask questions of anti-Catholic commentators may shine the True Light of Eternal Truth onto the comment section of freerepublic threads.

  • Infallibility

    05/21/2012 6:40:53 AM PDT · 165 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101; Religion Moderator; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Actually, I’m addressing the Religion Moderator for clarification on the ‘guidelines’ on freerepublic that seem to apply to Roman Catholics >only.

    The other Monikers are included for the sake of politeness to let some people know about a discussion taking place on this thread.

    I believe in the ‘comment box’ I’m suppose to address you as the ‘The Self-Pope’ & I apologize to the ‘The Self-Pope’ for any confusion.

  • Infallibility

    05/21/2012 5:58:58 AM PDT · 163 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    This comment for the Religion Moderators is NOT NOT alluding to anyone in this thread. It is a general observation I’m making about people that attack or mock the Roman Catholic Church.

    It seems some people are posting on a >Catholic thread out of sheer >Malice. There is NO NO NO attempt to have a religious dialogue.

    Let me quote a Jesuit Priest from a Catechism, the Priest wrote himself. (The Priest wrote a number of books & articles)
    >In part, “Pastoral Psychologists...have also connected homosexuality with disoriented relations between child and parents, and with imbalance sense of guilt, >exorbitant >malice, and inner depression.”

    The Roman Catholic Church has 1.2 billion people alive today that have been given a ‘Catholic Baptism formally.’ The Catholic Church has a problem with homosexual activity by people in the Church. (It’s in the news.)

    The Roman Catholic Church teaches that God loves >everyone & homosexuals can enter Heaven too. The sin is in homosexual activity NOT NOT with being a homosexual.

    The old chestnut: God loves the sinner and hates the sin.

    At the moment in the USA, homosexuals are attacking the institutions in our society. The Roman Catholic Church as representing Jesus Christ has repeated pointed out that homosexual activity is a sin.

    There are numerous places where the Catholic Church is being >attacked for its Biblical opposition to homosexual activity.
    It’s in the news that homosexuals are continually attacking & mocking the Catholic Church.

    1. Do the Religion Moderators actually look for >malice in any comments that >attack & mock the Catholic Church?

    The ‘thick skin’ policy on open forums seem to apply to ‘The Catholics Only.’ BUT, Exorbitant Malice seems to be in a number of the anti-Catholic postings as there is just mocking & hatred with NO NO intent to dialogue about religious beliefs.

    2. Does freerepublic permit >malice in the comments posted on any of the threads?

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 11:06:26 PM PDT · 160 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Religion Moderator, you have permission to look at >all my comments on freerepublic.

    I don’t typically address comments such as is found in #158.

    I don’t know with certainty swampfox’s opinion of Jesus Christ. It’s for God to look into swampfox’s heart.

    The comment was >not offered to offend >But to make a needed point.

    In Catholic Church & much of Christianity = The Church is considered the Body of Jesus Christ. & To insult the Church is to insult Jesus Christ.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 10:57:23 PM PDT · 159 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    What is the Religion Moderator’s opinion of post #158?

    Are >Catholics able to post comments in the same manner as Catholic-haters?

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 10:53:48 PM PDT · 158 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Self-pope of an armchair church that despises Jesus.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 10:52:17 PM PDT · 157 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Please refer to post #147 & #148. I personally interpreted those two posts as a >gloating comments as though >swampfox considered the Religion Moderator to be choosing his side in a dispute against a >Catholic.

    The comment ‘who’s crying...’ leads me to think >swampfox was the crybaby in this dispute.

    + Rather than a long comment where I use swampfox’s name, it appears I can make short ‘snarky’ comments based on your guidelines & what is permitted to >Catholic haters.

    For instance:
    I could simple address the comment to >swampfox & then in the body of the comment say,
    Self pope of a church that despises Jesus.

    Since swampfox was allowed to post such a comment without admonishment in #130, let me demonstrate it for you.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 10:41:29 PM PDT · 156 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Thank you for your reply:

    As I understand your reply. I can refer to members of the swampfox armchair church as that is the only possible way to identify swampfox-armchair-church from the other ‘self-churches’ in the world.

    Example: Many Churches in the world use a modifier to distinguish their church from other churches with the same name = Baptist, free-will Baptist, Southern Baptist.

    Self-pope can be numerous people. & I do not see in freerepublic guidelines where using a person’s name is prohibited = especially when that person is addressed with an honorable title of pope.

    I do believe, freerepublic should encourage clarity of thought as one of its goals. Self-pope in a series of comments does not lead to ‘clarity’ when addressing a particular church such as swampfox’s ‘self-pope armchair church.’

    The Religion Moderator has mentioned to >me specifically about being offended with insults to my Church.
    To set the record straight: I would like the >same latitude to address the pope-name people of other churches.

    As I have said before: There seems to be an animosity towards the Catholic Church & >Catholics which allows >hate mongers to hate >Catholics with impunity.

    I also suspect that >swampfox was the true >crybaby in this discussion about >pope-swampfox’s armchair church. Pope-swampfox was not here to discuss any religion dispute. I personally thought pope-swampfox was here to >hate.

    The standards the Religion Moderator has set in this thread are NOT completely set out in the guidelines. Do the Religion Moderators have a >separate guideline sheet or do the Religion Moderators ‘make things up’ as they go along with specific general items set by the guidelines.

    I ask because there does seem to be a general tolerance for hate mongering against >Catholics with supposedly >prohibited pronouns. BUT, when a Catholic uses the same pronoun against a hate-monger, the moderator steps in to the thread.

    Please compared post #130 with the comment I was admonished about.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 9:53:12 PM PDT · 154 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Thank you for your reply.

    As I understand your reply:

    1. I’m allowed to criticize ‘the pope of swampfox’s armchair church.’

    2. I’m allowed to say ‘pope-swampfox’s armchair church teaches false doctrine.’

    3. I’m allowed to say, ‘the pope of swampfox’s armchair church sounds similar to ‘Harold Camping of end of the world fame.’

    + I have >specifically heard Harold Camping on his Radio Programs make specific anti-Catholic statements. & Harold Camping has professed a Predestination view of Salvation with a very limited number of people entering Heaven.
    As you must have read comment #130 by now, pope-swampfox thinks only 6-8 million people are part of the ‘Lord’s Church.’
    That is an amazing >exclusionary number out of 7 Billion people on earth.
    As an observation, that number sounds more like a >cult-religion. Cults are discussed on freerepublic. = Please, don’t consider it a ‘personal statement’ directed to someone. Please consider it simply a descriptive term found on freerepublic.

    4. When people deny membership in >any visible church, the only option left is to refer to them as ‘their name & armchair church.’ ‘Or as pope-name.’

    5. Pope-swampfox was posting as the authority on scripture. That’s why I referred to him as ‘pope of scriptures’ & ‘pope of his armchair church.’

    Religion Moderator, I did NOT NOT see in the guidelines where ‘asking a question over & over was considered
    badgering.’ I thought it was extremely deceitful for pope-swampfox to deny any >visible church & then complain when we asked him (as pope of his own church) about his views.

    I repeatedly ask deceitful pope-swampfox to explain where he learned his view of the scriptures. The fact he was so evasive about radio-preachers led me to ask the question 3 times.

    Also, as a general question:
    ‘Are Religion Moderators members of a church or Religion that is hostile to the Roman Catholic Church.’
    In my opinion based on two admonishments & viewing numerous comments by people that >hate the Catholic Church, there is a definite animosity towards the Catholic Church by at least one if not more Religion Moderators.

    For the record: I was arguing with pope-swampfox as though he was a >pope of sorts. = The pope of his peewee armchair church & pope of the scriptures.

    In the Roman Catholic Church, the title pope is one of honor. I do believe that pope-swampfox should be honored when Catholics refer to him as pope!!!

    Thank you for your time. It’s a difficult job trying to be a Religion Moderator on a Roman Catholic thread where >hate-mongers are allowed to post insults against Catholics & the Catholic Church with impunity.

  • Everybody Draw Mohammed Day 2012 Public Service Announcement

    05/20/2012 1:25:19 PM PDT · 6 of 12
    gghd to procrustes

    Before anyone makes an attempt at drawing Mohammed. They should read freerepublic thread: “Why invent Mohammed,” May 18, 2012.
    Maybe, Mohammed didn’t exist as currently depicted.

  • The Corporal Works of Mercy [Catholic Caucus]

    05/20/2012 1:04:35 PM PDT · 4 of 7
    gghd to Salvation

    RE: Matthew 25. Straight from the Heart of God into your heart. & Then, through your hands & computer to our computer screens. Praise God.

    I heard a Priest from Kenya on EWTN say something like this, “The longest journey anyone can make is moving the Word of God from the brain down into the heart.”

  • The Spiritual Works of Mercy [Catholic Caucus]

    05/20/2012 12:58:10 PM PDT · 4 of 11
    gghd to Salvation

    RE: To bear wrongs patiently. Sometimes the Vicar of Jesus Christ makes available a Plenary Indulgence for >baring a Sword & banging on heads.

    Jesus Christ had great zeal for His Father’s house. Jesus braided a whip & then drove out the money-changers out of his father’s house.

    There are a large number of people that have turned Religion into a money making business. It’s based on a >’send me your money’ type of religion. The ‘Prosperity Gospel’ is the most egregious example.

    Proverbs 21: 6, ‘He who makes a fortune by a lying tongue is chasing a bubble over deadly snares.’

  • A bikers point of view

    05/20/2012 12:11:09 PM PDT · 2 of 17
    gghd to Halo-JM

    Good video.

    + The people running the government are presented to us as the ‘best/brightest/smartest’ = Our government leaders are intentionally destroying the USA as we know it.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 11:37:31 AM PDT · 151 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Thank you for being a Religion Moderator.

    Why was swampfox allowed to say, “It’s >You, the Catholic Church and the pope that >”dispise” Christ & His word?”
    Yet, I was warned for saying, “you don’t understand it.”

    There seems to be >a great difference in the two comments.
    Your answer does not explain it.

    As to choosing sides:
    Please see swampfox comments #147 & 148.
    Religion Moderator, >I believe you choose sides when Roman Catholics are defending their Church.

    Please review: comment #130 again.

    In fact, I would ask you to go back and re-read all of swampfox’s comments. I see them as >personal attacks.

    Do you the Religion Moderator see swampfox’s comments as expressing the love for Jesus Christ?

    Religion Moderator, if you have read all of swampfox’s comments = you’d realize ALL my comments are about his ‘armchair church.’ Swampfox is presenting himself as the >only member of his church. Swampfox is presenting himself as ‘the pope of his armchair church.’

    I keep asking ‘the pope of swampfox’s armchair church’ to explain his religious beliefs & his faith formation. I’m very curious how swampfox became ‘pope of his armchair church.’ I consider it to be a legitimate question.

    I also, think people that claim ‘Christianity’ as their religion should NOT NOT be deceitful as to their >religious beliefs & their faith formation.

    Religion Moderator: Why can swampfox >attack the Pope of the Catholic Church but we are >admonished for asking questions of the ‘pope of swampfox armchair church?’

    Also, just looking at comments #147 & #148, it appears as the though the ‘pope of swampfox’s armchair church,’ thinks you have sided with him.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 10:38:36 AM PDT · 146 of 181
    gghd to Natural Law

    Thank you for your >EXCELLENT Catholic advice.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 10:27:50 AM PDT · 145 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Thank you for your reply. & Thank you for being a Moderator.

    I’ve looked at the guidelines before, and it didn’t answer basic questions I asked.

    1. Are Roman Catholics judged by a different standard than other people on freerepublic by the >Religion Moderator?

    2. Do Religion Moderator choose sides when someone attacks the Catholic Church?

    3. Why was swampfox101 allowed to make personal attacks? Was my observation more dire than his attacks?

    4. Thank you for telling me that the Religion Moderator responds to >complaints.

    My observation: Swampfox101 was enjoying throwing hateful-rocks at >me, other Catholics & the Catholic Church. But, he was unwilling in a deceitful manner to explain his ‘religion’ & his faith formation.

    There are a lot of evil-crybabies in the world.

    Deceitful people do not want to answer these questions:

    1. Do you believe in Predestination?
    2. Are you ‘Born Again’ & baptized by the Holy Spirit?
    3. Is there an >actual real church we can see with our own >eyes that teaches the >Truth from Jesus Christ? Or, are you the ‘pope of your own armchair church?’
    4. Are your religious views formed by a preacher on the >radio.

    There is an >infamously >wrong radio-preacher by the name of Harold Camping on Family Radio Stations. Swampfox101 sounds a lot like ‘Harold, the world is going to end >twice now!!! so it’s time to >>>>send me your money—, Camping.’

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 9:22:36 AM PDT · 142 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Thank you for being a Moderator.

    Another question:

    Does the Moderator read >all comments? Or, does the Moderator just respond to complaints?

    I believe Swampfox was being asked to >explain his views & he has been avoiding that as he is constantly >hating on Catholics & the Catholic Church.

    I do not think swampfox is actually a Christian in the commonly understood use of the word. My opinion is swampfox has the religion of >hate, particularly for catholics & the Catholic Church.

    1. How does the Moderator respond to comments in a thread? There are numerous >personal attacks by swampfox that received no >public scolding.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 8:59:56 AM PDT · 141 of 181
    gghd to Religion Moderator; swampfox101; Salvation; Natural Law; Cronos

    Thank you for being a Religion Moderator.

    Please explain: How come swampfox101 can make things >personal & Roman Catholics are admonished by the Moderator.

    Please see comment #130 by >swampfox.

    This is part of the comment by >swampfox:

    “Its >you, the Catholic Church and the pope that >”dispise” Christ and His word.”

    How come swampfox and others can make it personal & yet Roman Catholics are the only ones admonished?

    Are Roman Catholics treated differently at freepublic?

    Please explain. I asked this question once before & did not receive an adequate answer?

    Does the Moderator >choose sides when an attack is being made on Catholics & the Catholic Church?

    Please answer & be specific to the attacks by swampfox101 against Catholics. There are numerous personal attacks.

  • Infallibility

    05/20/2012 8:35:05 AM PDT · 138 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Swampfox, you are being deceitful. It doesn’t sound like you are really a Christian.

    Where were you Baptized? Did you Baptize yourself?

    Swampfox, have you been ‘born again’ & received the Holy Spirit?


    Swampfox please read the Bible, you don’t understand it. Swampfox, you just spout words without understanding!

    Acts 8: in part, “Philip ran up...and said, ‘Do you understand what you are reading?’ He (Ethiopian) replied, ‘How can I unless someone instructs me...’”

    Swampfox, please read the Book of Acts with >understanding. The Bible teaches us that >understanding comes through a >Church.

    Swampfox, always claims a ‘Lord’s Church.’ Swampfox, is there an >actual church we can see with our own eyes that you believe teaches the Word of God faithfully.’ Or is it, you have decided you are the ‘pope of your armchair church?’

    Are you >self taught in scriptural understanding?


    Swampfox, you make an >erroneous claim that other people do not read scripture. We do.

    Swampfox, if our understanding is not like yours, swampfox tells us we don’t know scripture.
    Swampfox that’s why I call you the ‘pope of your armchair church.’

    Swampfox, you might say you ‘do not believe in Popes,’ But you act as the ‘pope of your armchair church.’


    Swampfox, do you believe in >>>”freewill” in terms of Salvation. & That all people in the world are given sufficient Grace by God to become members of God’s eternal Church in Heaven?
    Or, do you, swampfox, believe that God had already chosen the members destined for the Kingdom of God before God created the world. = Predestination.


    Once again: Swampfox, Are you Born Again? Have you been Baptized by the Holy Spirit?

    Once again: Swampfox, Do you listen to a preacher on >Radio talk about the Bible?
    Swampfox, you do not answer the question about the radio. For some reason, I picture you tap-dancing around the question like Herodias’ daughter Salome dancing the dance of the Seven Veils.
    Swampfox, you avoid answering the >radio question don’t you.

    1. Swampfox, do you believe in theological >predestination that God chose members of the Kingdom of God before the world was created?

    2. Swampfox, Are you ‘Born Again?’ Have you received Baptism by the Holy Spirit?

    3. Swampfox, is there an >actual church we can see with our eyes that ‘preaches’ the true Word of God as you understand it?

    4. Swampfox, do you now or have you ever listened to a preacher on the >>>radio? Has that preacher helped formed your views on Christianity?
    Do you listen to Christian Radio?

  • Infallibility

    05/19/2012 10:42:39 PM PDT · 133 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Swampfox, where did you learn all about your scriptures?

    Historically, people have learned scripture in the home & then thoroughly in a Church.


    Acts Philip and the Ethiopian 8:26-39 in part, “Then the angel of the Lord spoke to Philip, ‘Get up and head south on the road... Now there was an Ethiopian eunuch, a court official of the Candace...Seated in his chariot, he was reading the prophet Isaiah.

    The Spirit said to Philip, ‘Go and join up with that chariot.’ Philip ran up...and said, ‘Do you understand what you are reading?’ He (Ethiopian) replied, ‘How can I unless someone instructs me.’...
    Then Philip opened his mouth and, beginning with this scripture passage, he proclaimed Jesus to him.”


    Swampfox, what church did you attend & learn scripture? Every church I have ever heard of, has taught that scripture is handed on from generation to generation. Who taught you, or did you receive your knowledge directly from God?


    Acts8 continuing in part, “As they traveled along the road they came to some water, and the eunuch said, ‘Look there is water. What is to prevent my being baptized?’...and Philip and the eunuch both went down into the water, and he baptized him.”


    Swampfox, have you ever been baptized in a church? What was the name of that church? Do you baptize people in your armchair church, or do you just ‘pontificate as the pope of your scriptures?’

    Swampfox, are you truly >saved? Swampfox have you been baptized by water? Swampfox have you been baptized by the Holy Spirit?

    Swampfox, Are you really a Christian & a member of the Church of Jesus Christ?
    Historically, baptism is a required act = for membership in the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.

    Swampfox, do you ever listen to ministers preaching about Jesus Christ on the Radio? I noticed you didn’t answer that question?
    How did you learn the scriptures?

  • Infallibility

    05/19/2012 3:12:19 PM PDT · 126 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Swampfox, I haven’t spoken to you for a bit.

    From reading your comments, Swampfox101 considers himself to be pope of his own church.

    Swampfox101 attacks the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church because swampfox101 considers himself to the ‘Vicar of Jesus Christ & the pope of the scriptures.’

    That is the message swampfox101 puts forth in all his comments. Basically, you consider your armchair church to be the ‘true church of Jesus Christ.’

    swampfox101 what Protestant churches do you consider faithful to Jesus Christ? Can you please name them?
    Is there someone on television or radio that you consider to be preaching the ‘True Word of Jesus Christ.’ If so, please name that person.

    Swampfox101, about how many people on the earth are part of what you consider to be the ‘Lord’s Church?’

  • Infallibility

    05/19/2012 10:10:53 AM PDT · 71 of 181
    gghd to Cronos

    Thank you for your reply. Are you another person coming on to a Catholic thread to insult people & lie? What evil is in your heart that you are >driven to generate more discord?

    What church do you go to? I consider it a very appropriate question >just by looking at the >name you have chosen as your Moniker?

    I do believe, Cronos, that you be the one using >Catholic language inappropriately. I recommend you read the article.

    +My advice is you throw yourself on the Mercy of God & ask Jesus Christ to transform you & give you >Humility (Included in Piety) which is a gift of the Holy Spirit.

    Cronos you sound like a person that is consumed with sin & needs redemption through Jesus Christ. Cronos it’s time to get on your knees & acknowledge Jesus Christ is Lord & the real King. It’s time to give up your hateful-life.

  • Infallibility

    05/18/2012 5:18:23 PM PDT · 54 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Dang, swampfox101 you be back like the flu that comes around each year.

    Swampfox101, you are obligated by Jesus Christ to love everyone. The Commandment of Jesus Christ is to ‘Love one another as I have loved you.’ + ‘Love God above all things and your neighbor as yourself.’

    Your words preach hatred for the Pope & the Catholic Church. The true message of your ‘religion’ comes forth from your heart. It doesn’t matter the words you use. You still persist in being a deceitful man with lying-lips.

    You can say somewhere in a post that you ‘don’t hate’ but the fact that you come on to a Catholic thread & state falsehoods about the Catholic Church, misquote people & inappropriately use scripture. = proof of true hatred found in your heart. Swampfox repent your sins.

    Hatred for other people should not be found in your heart. Swampfox, you come to a Catholic thread to lie + hate & for no other reason. It’s time to throw yourself on the Mercy of God & ask God to have Mercy on your soul.

    There is a reason the Catholic Church has 1.2 billion people officially baptized into it. & There are some folks just sitting in an ‘armchair church’ with delusions of grandeur.

    Repent all sins swampfox & ask Jesus Christ to transform your life.

  • Infallibility

    05/18/2012 12:49:03 PM PDT · 52 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Thank you. I take that as a compliment. I’m obligated to interpret other people’s words in the best manner possible by the Catechism. I ain’t no judge. +++I’m glad I’m NOT NOT the Pope. The Pope is responsible for 7 >Billion souls. It’s in the parable of Talents in Chapter 25 of Matthew.

    I’m sorry if I was harsh. + If you are capable of going to a church, you need to go this coming Sunday. There are thousands of them around. Start with a big mega-church, maybe.

    I once went to Southern-Baptist church down south once on a Wednesday night. Amazing! There were 3,000 people in a church; all happy to be there on a Wednesday night. On Sunday the church holds 12,000+ people. They had two morning services, I believe. & There was a Sunday night prayer service to Honor God on the ‘Lord Day.’

    Praise God that the Southern Baptist church is a pro-life anti-abortion church.

    They spotted me as a new comer. I asked how they knew it. I was told there a group of men & women in the church given the responsibility for each section & knowing who typically sits in which seat & how often.
    They made me feel welcome & I was encouraged to come back to their church.

    God wants all of us in a church >Honoring God. Obviously, I believe the Catholic Church is the true church. >But any good Protestant church is better than no church.

  • Infallibility

    05/18/2012 11:27:33 AM PDT · 50 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Swampfox101, All Christians belong to the ‘Lord’s Church’ in a mysterious way. The Roman Catholic Church is the >True Lord’s Church.

    From your comments, I’m beginning to realize you are a very deceitful person. You should have been honest when you came on to this Catholic thread. You should have said outright that you consider yourself ‘the pope of the scriptures.’

    Swampfox, you should have told us that you consider yourself to be ‘infallible.’

    Swampfox, you quote scripture that does NOT address the infallibility of the Catholic Pope.

    Swampfox, the fact that you quote scripture to justify your position (even though, it does NOT NOT actually address Infallibility) leads me to believe you consider yourself to be the pope of your own armchair church.

    Be honest! Do you attend a >real church on Sunday or do you sit and pontificate from your own armchair church?

  • Infallibility

    05/18/2012 10:19:04 AM PDT · 48 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Swampfox101, you do NOT NOT come to this Catholic thread & have a theological discussion about the Bible or Christianity.

    Swampfox101, you come here to lie & hate. You misquote people’s comments & make dishonest statements.

    Swampfox101, you quote the Bible inappropriately. You are the ‘pope of your own armchair church.’

    Swampfox101, let me quote the Bible for you appropriately:
    Proverbs6: 16-19,
    ‘There are six things the Lord hates,
    yes, seven are an abomination to him;
    Haughty eyes, a lying tongue,
    and hands that shed innocent blood;
    A heart that plots wicked schemes,
    feet that run swiftly to evil,
    The false witness who utters lies,
    and he who sows discord among brothers.

    It’s not possible to have a discussion with someone who is NOT NOT truthful. Swampfox101, you come to this tread just to lie & hate.

    What church do you belong to? Based on your comments, it sounds like you only have your own church; it sounds like you think you are the pope of your armchair church.

  • Infallibility

    05/18/2012 8:19:03 AM PDT · 46 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    In Christianity = it’s a sin to tell a lie. + Sin may send you to Hell for ALL eternity.

    The Catholic Catechism paragraph 107, ‘The inspired books teach the truth. “Since therefore all that the inspired authors or sacred writers affirm should be regarded as affirmed by the Holy Spirit, we must acknowledge that the books of Scripture firmly, faithfully, and without error teach that truth which God, for the sake of our salvation, wished to see confided to the Sacred Scriptures.”

    The conclusion that only can be reached by your comments is: You think you are the ‘pope of scripture.’

    Do you have a >real church you attend or are you the ‘pope of your own armchair church?’

    Please the study Bible you seem to quote inappropriately. The Bible teaches liars can end up in Hell for ALL eternity.

  • Infallibility

    05/18/2012 6:49:28 AM PDT · 44 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Thank you for your reply.

    All comments have proven that a very large number of people think they are really an ‘infallible pope’ of the scriptures.

    There are literally thousands of different churches claiming God’s word is true. Each with a different interpretation of God’s true word.

    Within those thousands of different churches literally >millions of people >argue about the true meaning of scripture.

    The point of my question (are you infallible?) is to have you understand that you seem to be claiming to be ‘pope of the scriptures.’

    To cite a passage in the Bible such as: “Jesus is Lord” is an actual Truth. However, to carry it further and claim that Jesus did not establish a Church with authority here on earth is to use a truth to create a falsehood.

    Did God a build a Church on earth for people? Did God place people in charge of His Church? Did God put one person in charge of the Church to speak with infallible authority?

    I say: Yes! & that person is the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.
    One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic Church.

    Jesus Christ did not walk the earth to sow confusion. Jesus Christ build one authentic Church & the Church would have a singular voice through both time & geography.

    You quote numerous Biblical verses: But at the end, everything you say can be summed-up by saying, ‘you seem to think you’re pope-of-the-scriptures.’

    I believe that the true understanding of the scriptures is conveyed by the Roman Catholic Church.

    You say you be a Bible-based Christian. = Please read once again the events about Noah’s ark. You may notice that there was only one ark. There were not numerous little boats bobbing about in different directions.

    Remember: It’s One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic Church.

    The FOLLOWING PARAGRAPH is important to ALL Christians.

    + I recommend you go to the Vatican website and read The Catholic Catechism paragraph 766,
    “The Church is born primarily of Christ’s total self-giving for our salvation, anticipated in the institution of the Eucharist and fulfilled on the Cross.
    “The origin and growth of the Church are symbolized by the blood and water which flowed from the open side of the crucified Jesus” “For it was from the side of Christ as he slept the sleep of death upon the Cross that there came forth the ‘wondrous sacrament of the whole Church.’”
    As Eve was formed from the sleeping Adam’s side, so the Church was >born from the pierced heart of Christ hanging dead on the Cross.

    Beautiful, absolutely.

    Numerous Christians both Catholics & Protestants think the Church was ‘created’ on Pentecost Sunday. When actually, The Church was born from the Heart of Jesus Christ on the Cross.

  • The Hang Seng index is cratering

    05/17/2012 9:54:54 PM PDT · 28 of 47
    gghd to mylife

    This is a video on YouTube called the “United States Budget Dilemma.” It’s been posted on freerepublic previously by someone else. I have since re-posted it.

    It should be of interest to anyone concerned about the future of the USA, themselves & their family & everyone else in the world.

    The video is only 5 1/2 minutes long.

  • Infallibility

    05/17/2012 9:24:11 PM PDT · 40 of 181
    gghd to boatbums; swampfox101

    I apologize for not ‘pinging’ you. I sent the first comment to you & swampfox. Some how the conversation became between swampfox & me.

    I apologize to you again.

    But as you are now back in the conversation =
    Are you = boatbums = infallible? Do you ever think you may be >wrong when you express your understanding of Jesus Christ & the teachings of the Catholic Church?

    It’s been my observation (like Patrick Madrid’s) that the real argument about infallibility is about:
    Who possesses the gift of infallibility given by God.

    There are a lot of folks that think they are the ‘pope’ of scripture & their understanding of ‘scripture’ is the >only true interpretation.

    Are you infallible, boatbums?

    It is NOT NOT a trick question. It’s a simple = Yes or No!
    I can answer the question = just watch!!!

    I gghd am a fallible person & I do NOT NOT have the same charism as any true Catholic Pope. The Pope is infallible as set out in the article leading this thread.

    Are you infallible?


    05/17/2012 7:33:46 PM PDT · 50 of 100
    gghd to Salvation

    I vote traditional Habits for the nuns.

    + Parents take your children out of public-schools = to be home schooled or sent to a church school.

    + One television in the house in the family-room + an Internet filter for the computers. & Computers used in a common-living-area.

    I tried to send a comment to #22 & say, ‘beelzebub may have a spot in Hell for all eternity where ‘the guys’ are bloated with painful intestinal gas & engaged in a perpetual f#rting contest.’
    Something happened; My Guardian Angel must have decided such comments should be general ones & not addressed to specific people = out of Christian Charity.

  • Infallibility

    05/17/2012 5:43:36 PM PDT · 32 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    As I understand your answer: You are now admitting >you are >not infallible. That means you >can be >wrong.

    Swampfox101, you have cited a number of passages from the Bible based on >your >fallible interpretation.

    God walked Holy Lands building a Church. God promised that the gates of hell would never prevail against His Church.

    The Bible & history actually proves that the Roman Catholic Church is the True Church set up by Jesus Christ.

    You quote the Bible quite a bit & because you say it, you announce to all of us >your interpretation must be true. Thank you for admitting that >your interpretation may be wrong & that you are fallible.
    Swampfox101, your interpretation is only correct when it is completely compatible with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
    Here is a start about the Roman Catholic Church being the one true Church. The person posting as ‘salvation’ can provide all the links you need to start learning about the Catholic Church.

    Please go to the Vatican website & look up the information contained in this post:
    God gives >everyone the opportunity & the sufficient grace to get into Heaven. It’s a teaching of the Catholic Church.

    You will notice that ‘boatbums’ name appears in the last ‘thread.’

    Some folks want to just argue & not try to understand a Church that has been here on Earth for >two thousands years.

    The person posting this thread has >numerous teachings about the Catholic Church & the Doctrines of the Church. Anyone that is >truly interested in the Catholic Church can ask for her to post a link to information.

    Also, That’s a good Moniker. All I know about the Swampfox is from the Walt Disney movies. I’ve never seen the Mel Gibson movie. However, Mel Gibson’s movie about ‘The Passion of The Christ’ has an extraordinary portrayal of the Stations of the Cross.

  • Infallibility

    05/17/2012 2:05:40 PM PDT · 30 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    Swampfox101, you be the one NOT NOT answering questions. I ask you: how come >you think your interpretation of Scripture is infallible? You do NOT NOT answer that question.

    You quote all these Bible verses that to >you are relevant to infallibility of the Pope. There are other comments that are posted that speak >directly to God’s plan for a Church.

    Please read the Bible. You may notice: Jesus Christ did not carry around a big sack of Bibles in the Holy Land. Jesus Christ built a Church. Jesus Christ told the >first Pope, ‘on you I will build my Church.’

    Please call up the Pope of the Catholic Church. Ask the Pope, ‘How many Priests are in the Catholic Church?’
    I’ll answer for the Pope: The Pope would say there is only >one high-Priest in the Catholic Church & He is Jesus Christ.

    All the Priests here on earth stand in for Jesus Christ & carry on the work of Jesus Christ which is building up His body The >Church. All the human-Priests would say, Jesus Christ gave authority to the first >Apostles. & That authority has been handed on >unbroken from human-Priest to human-Priest for >two thousands years.

    I keep calling you the >pope of your church because you do NOT NOT tell us the title you have in >your church that gives you the authority to interpret scripture infallibly.

    Some folks are known as the Grand-Poobah or the walking Urim-Thummim of the New New covenant church. What is exactly is your Moniker in your church? Swampfox101 doesn’t sound like a very biblical title.

    When you ask me ‘What do you believe?’ My answer is: ‘I believe what the Catholic Church teaches.’ There are a series of teaching posted by salvation on freerepublic about the Catholic Church & its beliefs.

    What we do NOT NOT know here on this thread is “Where do you get your >authority that >you can state >infallible truths about scripture.”
    Be direct, please tell us where do you get your >authority to speak with infallibility?

  • Infallibility

    05/17/2012 12:16:27 PM PDT · 28 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    I do believe you are confusing impeccability with infallibility.

    It’s obvious, you think you have an infallible understanding of scripture. We can see this ‘truth’ in all your answers.

    Maybe, that explains your motive to come on to a Catholic thread & attack the Catholic Pope & Catholic understanding of Scripture.

    Obviously swampfox101, you must think you be the pope of your church & have the ability to pontificate infallibility about scripture.

    Just out of curiosity: Who elected you pope of your church?
    Or, were you appointed by God as pope of your church as part of his infallible design for the salvation of the entire world?

  • Infallibility

    05/17/2012 10:51:39 AM PDT · 26 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101

    That’s an extremely >cryptic answer. I was looking for a simple = Yes or No!

    As I understand >your answer: you believe >you have an >infallible understanding of Scripture & >you believe that >you are being guided to truth by >God.

    It seems >you think >you are a type of >pope in >your church.

    The argument >you present is NOT NOT NOT really about the infallibility of the Catholic Pope.
    It’s really about: “Who be the real-pope?” Please look again at my comment #6 & especially ‘Patrick Madrid’s comment about infallibility.

  • Infallibility

    05/17/2012 8:28:52 AM PDT · 23 of 181
    gghd to swampfox101; boatbums

    Please read my comment #6. Obviously, the two of you do not believe in the infallibility of the Pope.

    YET, you seem to have reached an ‘infallible’ conclusion about scripture in >your mind.
    Are you infallible? Yes or No?
    Do you have an infallible understanding of scripture? Yes or No?
    You might be wrong? Yes or No?

    Where did you get your understanding of the scripture? Did you go to a >real school & study the Bible? Yes or No?
    Or is God ‘speaking’ to your heart & ‘giving you’ an >infallible message?
    Are your ‘revelations’ infallible? Yes or No?

    It’s easy for someone to comment on a Catholic thread. But the folks that are always doin’ a lot of carping never tell us about their >religion.

    Tell us swapfox101 & boatbums = ARE YOU INFALLABLE? The answer is either Yes or No.

  • Electric bill outrages

    05/16/2012 9:50:11 PM PDT · 8 of 28
    gghd to cableguymn

    It’s an arithmetic problem & you have to factor in the cost of the generator. Utilities have information about making such calculations for all appliances.

    I just looked it up: Minnesota generators 59% of its electricity with coal. If Obama is re-elected, I’d make sure I had some sort of >wood burning stove for heat.

    It’s possible to live through hot weather in Minnesota without air conditioning. But it’s impossible to make through a cold Minnesota winter without heat, unless you hibernate like a bear.

    Modern heaters using natural-gas ALSO require electricity to operate. Obama is working to destroy energy production in the USA. Plan for the worse.

    There are products for a ‘cool roof’ or solar heat reflective paint. Do your >research; solar-reflective-paint on your mobile home can act like a big shade tree & help keep your mobile home cool.

    (There are bogus products being sold now that do NOT work quite the way you would want them to work. For example: some folks put an ‘insulating paint’ on their roof when they have an open attic. The roof keeps off the rain. To put ‘insulating paint on such a roof would be like putting ‘insulating paint’ on an umbrella & expecting it to help keep you warm. Such paint if it reflects heat will help in that regards but not with insulating.)

    The radiant heat from the sun would be reflected off the mobile home by a solar reflective paint. It’s sort of like standing under a shade tree on a 100 degree day. It’s still very hot under the tree but it’s not as bad as standing in direct sunlight. (In the winter the ‘warm sun heat’ is also reflected but usually there is NOT that much heating done by the sun in wintertime Minnesota.)

    Also, use water to keep cool if there is a power outage. Just putting your feet in a tub of water for 1/2 hour will cool down your entire body.
    Down south, folks go & ‘beat their feet on the Mississippi River mud’ to keep cool on a hot humid day. At least in the old-songs.

    Look up ‘solar porches’ they can help create a warm spot in the winter. I actually lived in an old ‘shack’ that had a homemade solar porch; it worked just fine. But I live where there be cactus, sticker bushes & tumble-weeds that do be tumbling.

  • Infallibility

    05/16/2012 1:00:23 PM PDT · 6 of 181
    gghd to Salvation

    Everyone knows where this going.

    I heard Patrick Madrid on Catholic-Radio talking about the infallibility of the Pope.
    Patrick Madrid said something like this: Just about everyone thinks someone is ‘infallible’ when teaching about religion. It may be themselves, Uncle-Harry, their minister or a televangelist. People learn ‘truths’ about religion & the Bible & they ‘believe it’ no matter what is >actually in the Bible.

    Joe: ‘The Pope ain’t infallible.’
    Moe: ‘How do you know? Are you the Pope? Are you infallible?’
    Joe: ‘I ain’t no Pope & ain’t infallible. No one is infallible!’
    Moe: ‘You just admitted you’re not infallible = you can be >wrong! Maybe, the Pope is infallible & you don’t know what you’re talking about. You just be admitting your own short-comings.’
    Joe: ‘Why am talking to you? If I wanted to hear about my short comings & failures, I’d go home & listen to my wife & mother-in-law.’

  • The Green River Formation: World's Largest Oil Shale Deposits

    05/16/2012 12:12:27 PM PDT · 15 of 34
    gghd to Mikey_1962

    There is a lot of oil deposits in the USA not being developed.

    The USA military is being used to defend overseas oil deposits controlled by Dictators. Overseas oil is very expensive if the true cost of it is added up: the lost of American lives, the cost of the USA military defending overseas oil, the destroyed USA economy, the high unemployment & the resulting social problems (welfare&crime).

    A person that understands a little bit about human-nature would think: There must be a large number of politicians getting ‘paid-off’ by the overseas oil interests.

    The ‘concerns’ about the environment are bogus. It’s possible to see the lifestyles of the ruling-class now days. There is no concern about the environment by the ruling-class; it’s just all talk.
    +The oil is being withdrawn elsewhere on the Earth. Has anyone ever had a neighbor that takes ‘pride in his clean place’ & cleans up his mess by pushing all his garbage&trash into your yard.

    The ruling-class in the USA are the worse neighbors. The ruling-class environmentalist are willing to >kill people overseas to keep the oil ‘mess’ elsewhere. It’s time to start calling such folks = evil. + It’s time to start waterboarding all politicians & find out who is getting rich off of oil-blood-money.

  • (Democrat) Brown pushes tax hike as California's money woes deepen

    05/14/2012 7:34:59 AM PDT · 20 of 23
    gghd to olezip

    You are right about Democrats >driving hardworking ambitious people out of the State of California through regulations&taxes.

    It’s being done on >purpose.

    The Democratic politicians want political power; they are NOT really concerned with prosperity for Californians. It’s just typical ‘gangster-government’ where people in power prevent potential opposition.

    Solidifying the political base typically entails >driving potential opponents out of a country, state or city. The ‘thugs’ in charge always claim they are doing for the good of the people remaining.

    At this moment in history:

    1. Republicans generally want to increase their political power by making >everyone wealthy with two running cars in the garage.

    2. Democrats generally want to increase their political power by making the >population poorer with 4 or 5 non-running junker-clunkers parked in the front&backyards. No need to have a running-car when you get a “free” bus-pass with the welfare check.

  • Chesterton on the ties binding fathers, mothers, and children

    05/13/2012 8:54:38 PM PDT · 4 of 7
    gghd to Salvation

    Your comment&post is >right on point actually.
    I do believe, matrimony (= marriage) has its root word from the Latin = mater = mother.

    I heard that on the Rush Limbo show. He was making a relevant political point that marriage has been universally recognize as between a man & a women> with its purpose for children & a family. = Marriage = Motherhood + a husband & family.

    I also believe there are some folks reading the Catholic threads that get an actual paycheck from the >Mater that has Latin as its official language. I’m sure those folks could explain the Latin & also the correct teaching on marriage.

    The Sunday Mass I went to (on this Mother’s Day) was small enough that the Priest asked all the Mother’s up to the front of the Church for a special blessing.
    The Priest ended the blessing by sprinkling Holy Water on all the gals. The gals >liked it a LOT. Everyone liked it; the Church had the same ‘feeling’ as when babies are Baptized.

    None of us would be here if we didn’t have Mothers. Thank You, Mom!

  • Archbishop Loris Capovilla has "reservations" about Fatima and Marian devotion in general

    05/12/2012 11:44:42 AM PDT · 5 of 33
    gghd to cleghornboy

    Jesus Christ chose the Virgin-Mary to be >His mother. & As Jesus has made us ALL children of God, the Virgin-Mary also becomes in a mysterious way our spiritual Mother.
    The 4th Commandment (Catholic & 5th Protestant): Honor thy father & >mother. Jesus Christ honored His mother perfectly.

    Luke 1:46-49, in part The Canticle of Mary, “And Mary said: ‘my spirit rejoices in God my Savior. For he has looked upon his handmaid’s lowliness; behold from now on will all ages call me >blessed. The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His name.”

    Luke 1: 41-43, “When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the infant leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth, filled with the Holy Spirit, cried out in a loud voice and said, “Most blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb. And how does this happen to me, that the mother of my >Lord should come to me?”

    A prayer to our Mother: ‘O Mother of the Word Incarnate, do not ignore my petitions, but in your mercy hear and pray for me.’

    Jesus is Lord.
    We are ALL called to Honor our parents & to follow in the footsteps of Jesus.

  • Spinnin’ Blades, Got To Go ‘Round

    05/12/2012 9:14:05 AM PDT · 3 of 8
    gghd to Oberon

    People are being >driven out of California by the ‘policies&taxes of the Democrat controlled government. The Democrat Politicians want >political power & not prosperity for the people of California.
    Driving the political opposition out of a country, state or city is just part of ‘solidifying your political base.’
    It’s not a new idea.

  • Vandals strike historic Santa Cruz (CA) Church

    05/10/2012 5:21:01 PM PDT · 15 of 18
    gghd to NYer

    It’s not typical graffiti; looks like the people doing it are literate adults.

  • If You’re Not Worried Yet…You Should Be

    05/08/2012 4:47:38 PM PDT · 8 of 17
    gghd to Kartographer

    This link to YouTube was posted earlier on freerepublic. It’s only 5+1/2 minutes long.

    The link explains the USA budget & how the USA is spending far more money then it receives. It cannot last. Arithmetic is as certain as 2+2=4.

    The USA debt cannot be paid off. Get ready now for an economic collapse = down load this manual posted by Kartographer.

  • USCCB Statements on Other Political Topics are Harming the Campaign for Religious Freedom

    05/06/2012 11:10:47 PM PDT · 6 of 16
    gghd to marshmallow

    We are ALL children of the Church. We should learn from the teachings of the Church for a full understanding of our Catholic obligations.

    All the Bishops through both >time & >geography have avoided paying taxes to secular-governments whenever legally possible.
    Conclusion: We should all work to avoid taxes whenever legally possible. We need to follow in the footsteps of Holy Mother our Church.
    Jesus Christ when he set up the Nation of Israel had a 10% flat tax. It was a Theocracy = God centered government. As far as I know, no one has a better idea than Jesus Christ. 10% flat tax & no more; it’s time to starve the beast of government.

    Immigration: The Vatican has a wall all the way around it with guarded gates. Does the Vatican allow people to enter the Vatican as illegal immigrants & receive citizenship rights?
    The family is God’s smallest church. This was repeatedly said by Pope John Paul II. We do NOT want to >break apart families.
    When families are formed in the USA with illegal immigrants & USA citizens, we as good Catholics should NOT advocate breaking apart families. BUT also, we as good Catholics should not advocate a program that encourages families to break apart by allowing illegal immigrants to enter the USA & leave their families behind.

    Immigration: as a policy has destroyed the unions & lowered the ‘living’ wage of workers in the USA. Supply & Demand is a basic economic concept. There are so many unemployed people in the USA that the number of potential employees exceeds the number of jobs.
    Immigration: The USA Ruling-Class is bringing skilled workers here to the USA & depriving their home countries of human resources. An example: All the medical workers that come to the USA. The other countries in the world do NOT have the medical care of citizens here in the USA. There are many other examples.

    God will straighten all this out on Judgment Day.

    This link was posted earlier on freerepublic. The budget of the USA can NOT be balanced. There will be a collapse. The USA & the economy is in for a big change. It’s time to prepare for it.
    The YouTube video explains the accounting numbers in the USA budget. It’s only 5&1/2 minutes long.

  • Essays for Lent/Easter: Jehovah's Witnesses

    05/06/2012 7:34:30 PM PDT · 36 of 36
    gghd to Quix

    Quix, they aren’t my words. They are the >Word of God. Please read the Bible. You’ll notice Jesus Christ did NOT walk the Holy-land handing out Bibles.

    Jesus Christ built a Church. History = The Roman Catholic Church is the Church established by Jesus Christ.

    There is only one Church. May God bless you then Quix. Hopefully, we’ll meet in Heaven.