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1 Corinthians 1 - Gettin' Too Jesusy

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Today’s Passage: 1 Corinthians 1

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Luke 12:1-3

Luk 12:1 Meanwhile, after many thousands of the crowd had collected so that they were beginning to trample on one another, Jesus began to speak first to his disciples, “Be on your guard against the yeast that the Pharisees contaminate others with, which is hypocrisy. 167 more words


It's Not About Them

This post is supposed to be a rant. About how the employment system is broken – especially in the US – is failing employees in so many ways. 334 more words


Nobody Can Be This Stupid. Right? Right??!!?!

I’m really and truly trying to have faith in humanity here, people. But when you have this kind of idiocy running rampant in the world, the idea that the example the behavior exhibited sets is one that others may follow thinking it’s the way to do things is just horrifying. 451 more words


Silk Road News: Chinese Hypocrisy and Anti-White Hatred

Asians hate, hate, hate Whites.

Read here, emphasis added:

I ask them what they think about blacks being so far below whites and Asians. Almost without exception, they cite the arguments made by the American Left: “It’s because of white racism,” “It’s because of European colonialism,” “It’s because they have bad nutrition,” or “It’s because they don’t have proper education.” 

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Authentic or acting? (Matthew 6)

Open Matthew 6.

Up to 5 years jail for wearing a mask? Hypocrites, look out!

Ironically, actors are among the most highly regarded people in our culture. 1,202 more words


Politics From Two Sides, Part 3


I’ve never concerned myself much about things like demographics and target audiences, but in sending this out, I’d like to dedicate it to the cynical, the indifferent, those who are skeptical of whether any good can come out of political involvement—at least, through human design rather than chance, which, after all, operates equally well under all governments and leaders. 2,777 more words