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John 16:12 (Unbearable)

Originally posted on The River Walk:

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There is so much more I want to tell you, but you can’t bear it now. (John 16:12)

Read: Luke 13:22 – 14:24, John 10:1-42

Relate: I was absolutely horrified. It was dark, horribly dark, and I was in a strange place. There were lots of trees and stuff and there were things in those trees making noises. Scary noises. I must have been about eight years old, I had been sleeping comfortably in my tent when I woke up in the middle of the night and had to use the bathroom. Normally, for an eight year old boy, that’s no big deal. Just unzip the tent flap, unzip your fly, point away from where you might be walking the next morning, and do your thing. But I had to go number two.

The flashlight I used to get from my tent to the restroom some fifteen miles away (roughly)…

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Radical Anti-Gun Democrat Arrested On the Street in Ferguson…with a concealed handgun!

Patricia Thomas:


Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

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Hypocrisy, your name is once again “Democrat.” Last week we saw gun control advocates, Bill Maher and Ben Affleck admit they own guns and will not give them up unilaterally while advocating laws that would make it illegal for you to have a gun. Now we see a Missouri State Senator who actually has promoted and voted for anti-gun laws, caught when arrested during a protest in Ferguson, Missouri with a loaded 9mm handgun.

Missouri state Democratic Senator Jamilah Nasheed was arrested Monday night while protesting with a group outside the Ferguson Police Department. What makes this interesting is what was in her possession at the time.
According to Police Chief Tom Jackson, Nasheed was carrying a loaded 9mm handgun along with extra rounds of ammunition. She also refused to take a breathalyzer test after officers determined she “smelled strongly of intoxicants,” sources told KMOV-TV.
The irony in this…

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Jesus Wept for the City

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Jesus Wept for the City
October 6, 2014 MaddMedic 1 Comment

Jesus Wept for the City

October 6

“As he approached Jerusalem and saw the city, he wept over it and said, ‘If you, even you, had only known on this day what would bring you peace – but now it is hidden from your eyes’” (Luke 19:41-43).

Jesus was making his triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem. The Pharisees were complaining about the exuberance of His disciples as He made His way into the city. They were celebrating a life that had blessed them and countless others: “When he came near the place where the road goes down the Mount of Olives, the whole crowd of disciples began joyfully to praise God in loud voices for all the miracles they had seen: ‘Blessed is the king who comes in the name of the Lord!’” (Luke 19:37-38).

Jesus was saddened by the response of the Pharisees. He knew what His presence could do for the city. But He also knew they would not change. The city would reject His presence and crucify. His presence would bring peace to the city if they embraced who He was – the author of peace. Now it would be hidden from their eyes because of unbelief.

Every city can be blessed by the presence of Jesus in their midst. However, it requires city leaders to invite the presence of Jesus into their city in order for that city to experience peace. Jesus comes to bring peace in any situation. However, He also realizes He will divide city leaders because of unbelief and political correctness.

Does your city need the presence of Jesus? Do you desire to see peace in your city? Begin to pray for city leaders to understand how the presence of Jesus can impact your city in dramatic and positive ways.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. And your own city.


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