I am going to miss Senator Hatch, especially considering the Mormon who is taking his seat. You know, the one who carried the binder of women’s names for important jobs and couldn’t beat Husain in a previous presidential campaign. Hatch is one of Trump’s loyalists.
Consider Hatch’s response in the elevator to the furies compared to the Senator who always looks like he is about to cry, that flake from AZ.
Odysseus (Ulysses) sailed by, bound tightly to the mast, while his men blocked their ears with wax. The Sirens were so distressed to see a man hear their song and still escape that they threw themselves into the sea and drowned.
Our dauntless President, has also tied himself to the mast of the ship of state, to protect his men from the sirens who have descended on the Potomac to shipwreck our patriarchy and established a gynecocracy government, not a matriarchy because these bird-women don’t want to be mothers.
The hags from Hades have ascended upon the Capitol to harass good Republican men. Fight on, heroic President Trump and drive the viragoes back into the abyss, as you did with Queen Hillary. We can’t let these Harpies and Furies destroy our homes, ruin our wives and debase our country.
The media would have us to believe the whole nation was “riveted” on the Judge K hearings yesterday. Cindy mentioned the name Christine Ford several times in her opening message, which gathered up to 100 students and a number of students asked, “Who’s that?” None of them had a clue. These are college students who supposedly vote. How informed is their vote?
Actually, whatever campus we go to students are riveted on our message of repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ; the fiasco yesterday in the Capitol was comparatively boring to face to face confrontation with the law and the gospel.
We are focused on what is happening today, not 35 years ago. There are drunken lusty males jumping on top of half-naked whorish drunken females every weekend. These days it may more likely be the “ho’s” on top of the “whoremongers,” or even worse with girls on top of girls and boys on top of boys.
Why should we expect them to be paying any attention to the Judge K hearings?
At the SOAPA conference in Cincinnati, Sister Pat (89 years old) was awarded by our esteemed leader, Ruben Israel, the SOAPA FAITHFUL LONGEVITY CAMPUS PREACHING AWARD. She is part of the team of Brother Jed & Company.
I have devoted my career to promoting women preachers. No open-air preacher had done more than I to encourage women to lift up their voices against sin.
I support all men and women, who proclaims salvation through Jesus Christ, especially in the open-air.
The men who oppose women preachers are just bound up in their tradition. I don’t mind them. They won’t stop the call of God; their obstruction is a good test for the women.
These pictures from University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee yesterday are indicative of the battle we fight and it clearly exposes the hatred and desperation of the Enemies of Truth, ETs.
While we preached to the larger crowd, students gathered around 89 year old saint, Sister Pat. She was not lifting her voice but clearly shared the Gospel with those the Lord brought to her circle of 25 or so. She had the STAGE 5, Golden Crowd for over 2 hours!
The Enemies of Truth get desperate when we have a STAGE 5 Crowd so they made signs and banners and later stood between Sister Pat and the listeners. When she moved, the ETs moved. They did the same with the rest of us.
The police did nothing!!! I am sure that if the ETs were exercising their free speech rights we would not have been allowed to invade their space and harass them as they harassed us! Nor would we want to.
The good news is that there are many open hearts at UW-Milwaukee and we are returning today! Pray for souls!
Pics: 1) Sis pat in hat with stage 5 Crowd 2) ENEMIES of Truth blocking Sis Pat from students; she is on the bench behind them. 3) Two ETs blocking Sis Myrna who is having good conversations.
On Face Book I would like to see a more academic approach in debating theological and doctrinal differences between Calvinists and Arminians, so-called prosperity and non-prosperity teachers and among Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox expressions of our common faith. My goodness there are so many differences between Protestant sects alone.
I prefer to reserve terms like false prophet or false teacher, heretic, doctrines of demons, etc. to what are clearly denials of cardinal doctrines of the faith, such as the virgin birth, atoning death and physical resurrection of our Lord. Surely, there were and are sincere, studious and dedicated men on all sides of the issues which divide.
Now sometimes prophet vs. prophet confrontations may become necessary. When some “prophet” confronts me publicly on campus, I may be forced to be more aggressive and militant than I usually am in the FB venue.
I am not saying that we should not debate these differences and when we truly believe our position, it may get passionate. But should we not try to temper our more condemning accusations? Do not we all have more in common, especially concerning the fundamentals, than we have differences?
I know that the prophets of old and the apostles of the NT would use strong language and severely rebuke false messengers. However, I fear there are many “wanna be” or “tryin’ to be” prophets or apostles among us, who do not in actuality carry the credentials, have the experience or bear the marks of the men of God in the Bible. Sometimes the accusations are just a smoke screen to cover the lack of sound arguments.
I know a lot of ministers and know about many more from various theological and doctrinal positions. It is my impression that most of them are attempting to glorify God according to their understanding of the gospel and the nature and character of God.
I suggest that we try to cut one another some slack, especially when we consider the warning of our brother James, “Not many of you should become teachers, my fellow believers, because you know that we who teach will be judged more strictly.” And we also might keep in mind the admonition of our Lord that with what judgment we judge so shall we be judged.
Our host this week is a retired prison administrator, who now teaches a Bible study in prison. His favorite question to his students is, “How many of you were regularly going to church, when you were arrested?” The answer is always the same, without fail, none of them were attending church, when they got into trouble with the law.
Jesus said, “I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”—Matt 16:18.
Before I founded a church in the late 80’s, I was more of a critic of the church than I am today. Since then, I see myself as a church builder. Not that I am pioneering churches but I want to build the church in the sense of being an encourager instead of a critic. There is an abundance of church critics; criticism tends to develop into censorious spirit, often resulting in becoming a downright opponent of the church.
Jesus came not just to save individuals but to call out a body of believers, the church, which constitutes his Kingdom.
Alas, there are relatively few church builders. Most of the critics don’t seem to have a church home or else they frequently hop from church to church. Some are convinced that the answer is a home church. Home churches soon have the same problems the body of believers which they left had, who were meeting in the building.
The most frequent criticisms of the churches and pastors is that they excuse or overlook sin. Unfortunately, this is often the case. On the other hand, the preachers who teach holiness from the pulpit, still may have sin abounding in their pews. When I was a pastor, I addressed the subject of holiness virtually weekly. Yet, there was still sin in my small congregation, some of which I did not know about until after I closed the church doors.
For 15 years our church muddled through under my leadership; yet, our church was a blessing to my family and me, and I hope to my congregants and to the community in which we ministered.
Shortcomings of the church are easy to see. But despite the faults, I think the churches on the corner remain a great blessing to communities and still have the potential to revive America. The churches remain the strongest barrier against lawlessness.
Often times critics are not really in a position to judge the churches. There is a lot more to a church than the message preached from the pulpit. Churches have discipleship programs and small groups where the sin problem is addressed with perhaps more zeal than in the pulpit. Or perhaps the iniquity is being dealt with in counseling sessions.
Paul in his epistles and John in the Revelation criticized the churches; however, these were churches which they founded. So many of the critics have never pastored nor have they ever pioneered a church, which may be one of the most difficult ministries there is.
Most of the churches in which I have spoken over the years are the store front variety or at least that is where they got their start. Usually, a beginning church or a small church has the same problems as a large church or even a mega-church.
My general rule not to be a critic of the churches but a booster is just that, a general rule. Sometimes criticism is appropriate. Let’s strive to make in constructive and balanced.
This is just too much that a porn whore could be considered a “feminist hero” or a “resistance hero” or even be a “victim” of “sexual assault” on stage. Everything she is doing and saying is obviously for publicity.
This prostitute has minus credibility. Alas, it demonstrates the degeneracy of our culture that anyone takes this female seriously except as a defamer of womanhood. I suppose there are females out there who have no talent as an actress or anything else, who aspire to be like the horrible Stormy.
They call it the “porn industry.” “Industry” is a good word that implies profitable production, not whoredom.
What ever happened to the vice squad?
Where have you gone Anthony Comstock? Your country needs you!