At the office Christmas Party this week..
We were discussing the movie…The Interview and North Korea..
We have a couple of LIEberals whom still drool over Buck Ofama..
One commented what would we think if a movie about killing Buck Ofama was made…
I bit my tongue as..
My boss was sitting across from me and fellow drone next to me whom all share the same opinion of Buck Ofama…
We were all gritting our teeth…
My Dad fought over there..
Was wounded, lost his hearing(partial, to a grenade) and received a medal or three..
And those dipwads, led by some pudgy little prick..
Are making threats?
And Obama is doing what?
Same as he did with Benghazi…Not a damn thing..
Gang of really tough Obama Boys..
Beat down white boy…
And the protests are….chirp..
Sharpton, Jackson, Buck Ofama….chirp..
Happens to one of my boys…
All these asswipes would all be targets…
And you will again see the distinction between the righteous and the wicked, between those who serve God and those who do not (Mal3:18).
"Good morning," I said to the woman behind the counter as she asked if she could take my order. "You’re a Christian, aren’t you?" "I can see Him in you!" I boldly proclaimed. "Yes, I am," she replied with a beaming smile. I could literally see the presence of God in her countenance in the way she related to me and others.
When Moses led the people out of Egypt he had several crisis moments during those forty years. His greatest crisis was when he came back from the mountain and discovered the people had made a golden calf. It was after this he came to a profound conclusion.
"Then Moses said to him, ‘If your Presence does not go with us, do not send us up from here.’ What else will distinguish me and your people from all the other people on the face of the earth?" (Ex 33:15,16).
The difference between a Christian in the workplace and a non-believer should be that the Christian brings the presence of God with him to work. However, this is not always the case. A Christian can shut out the presence of God by his behavior. Like the Israelites who experienced great miracles in their lives but began to worship idols, we can move away from God. Sin separates us from God. His presence moves away from us. Moses realized, he too had to have the presence of God with him to lead such a people.
The prophet Malachi was saying a day is coming when you’ll be able to recognize a clear difference between the righteous and the unrighteous. Would your co-workers be able to recognize a difference in you from others? Ask God to fill you with His overflowing presence in all you do today.