Morning Miscellany ……………….

Is called Freedom!!
So get over it!

Local issue?

But Obama, is a national issue what is going on at the border..

But you are a National disgrace!!


And the media will not mention the ‘DemocRAT’ part of this..

Just a gun beating some poor innocent drug dealer..

Not that a DemocRAT candidate did the beating..


Our pResident..

Hypocrite in chief

Blasts the 1%, then buys a home of theirs..


More Climate Change!!!


In July for Eastern US..

Yep that darn GloBull Warming!!




Top cop says residents do not ‘need’ to own rifles and shotguns..


Does not say anything about ‘need’ in our Constitution..

Does say the ‘Right to Bear Arms Shall Not Be Infringed’!

What part don’t they understand?

And it is not like they are their to protect you!!


When the Government dictates how much food one can grow..



“Power Structures”


Peace: Our Weapon Against Fear

Peace: Our Weapon Against Fear

July 25

"For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline"(2 Tim. 1:7).

Fear is the enemy of faith. Fear is bondage. Satan wants us to live in bondage to the past and even the future, but God wants us to live in the freedom of His love and power in the present. As Paul wrote, "For you did not receive a spirit that makes you a slave again to fear, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by him we cry, ‘Abba, Father’" (Rom. 8:15).

In order to be the leaders God calls us to be, we must conquer our fear and put it to death. This is a spiritual battle, and it can only be won with spiritual weapons. We must replace our fear with the peace that surpasses understanding. As Jesus told His followers, "I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world" (John 16:33).

As the apostle Paul told the persecuted Christians in Rome, "The God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet" (Rom. 16:20). The God of peace is our conquering King; the peace of God is our weapon against fear and Satan. Before going to the cross, Jesus told His disciples, "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid" (John 14:27).

Fear is a natural response to obstacles, adversity and failure, but peace is the supernatural response that God gives us by His grace. Just as Jesus had authority over the wind and waves, He has authority over the storms in our lives. He has authority over our doubts, fears and shame.

Doubts, fear and shame are the weapons of Satan, but Jesus stands against Satan’s fury and says with authority, "Peace, be still." The peace of God shatters the weapons of Satan and sends our enemy fleeing.

Appropriate the peace God has already provided for you today.

Out of Weakness – Strength!

Out of Weakness – Strength!
For reading & meditation – Hebrews 11:30-40
"… out of weakness were made strong …" (v. 34, KJV)

When I first felt the urge to write on the theme: "Strong at the broken places," I had great difficulty in tracing its origin. Then someone wrote to me, quoting the full phrase from the writings of Ernest Hemingway, who said: "Life breaks us all … but many are made strong at the broken places." I felt this to be a gentle nudge from the Holy Spirit, and began at once to put my thoughts together on this thrilling theme. It is a principle of life that the place in which a bone breaks and then heals will be so strong that, generally speaking, it will never break there again. In the same way, when the skin is cut and scar tissue forms, the healed part becomes tougher than the surrounding skin. If this happens in the natural, why not in the spiritual? The writer to the Hebrews tells us, in the passage before us today, that God is expert at taking the weaknesses of His children and turning them into strength. What an encouraging truth! A traveler in the Netherlands tells how his guide pointed out an historic site. "This is where the sea broke through," he said, "causing thousands to drown. But see – it is now so strongly reinforced that it will never break through there again." Have you been broken by life to such an extent that you feel an overwhelming sense of weakness? Then take heart – God specializes in matching His ability to your disability. By His transforming grace, your frustration can become fruitful. You can be strong at the broken places.

O Father, this sounds fine as theory, but can it really become a fact? Your Word says it can. I am ready and eager to learn. Teach me, my Father. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

For Further Study
Psalms 34; 1 Corinthians 11:24
1. What is promised to the brokenhearted?
2. Why was Jesus broken?

Thesaurus lists ‘right-winger,’ ‘traditionalist,’ and ‘redneck’ as synonyms for ‘obstructionist’


So be it……

Originally posted on America's Watchtower:

 I am not going to spend much time on this but here is something I found today as I was browsing the internet that I found a little interesting: According to this story the website has listed as synonyms to the term ‘obstructionist’ the terms ‘right-winger,’ ‘traditionalist,’ ‘rightist,’ ‘unprogressive,’ and ‘redneck.’

  While at the same time the website lists ‘left-wing,’ ‘progressive,’ and ‘liberal’ as being antonyms to the term ‘obstructionist.’ I went to the website and have verified it is true.


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