So early this morning while having fun posting new and exciting facts about the upcoming election on Facebook, my darling sensitive wife made an astounding statement. “Why do we always have to be so hard on Barack Obama?”she says. I leapt off the bed! Are you kidding? My fiery eyed conservative Mississippi wife, all of a sudden, has sympathy for our soon to be ex-president? “Yes,” she says. ” I think we need to consider all the work he’s going to have to go through packing all his stuff to move out in January; so we need to help him.” Help him! I cried. So how do you suppose we help him move out? Well, she said. “Do you remember how difficult it was finding enough boxes in good shape to put all our stuff in last time we moved?” Yes, I said, as the memory of loading all those boxes from grocery stores in the back of our car day after day; just hoping we had found enough for our move, came flooding back to my mind. We had accumulated a lot of stuff. Well, she said. I think it would be the right thing for us to consider how much stuff our soon to be ex-president has accumulated over the last four years and we need to help him with the boxes. Wow….you have a point there I said. Why don’t we just create a website with some simple instructions on how all of our friends and like-minded conservatives can give Michelle and Barack a hand.
So if you are inclined to be a good Samaritan and want to do one last favor for the man at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Go to www.helpobamapack.com
And send him an empty cardboard box today.
And that’s a Christian American Opinion
With the Chick-fil-a discussion only a week behind us, I’ve had time to think and pray about the arguments and attacks from the left and the homosexual community. My wife Jan and I were doing our morning bible reading in I Corinthians 13, the love chapter, and it became very clear that what is being described as love by those who disagree with chick-fil-a isn’t love at all. Take the time to run through this short list of examples.
Love is patient and kind:
Love is not jealous
Love does not brag
Love is not proud
Love is not rude
Love is not selfish
Love cannot be made angry easily
Love does not remember wrongs done against it
Love is never happy when others do wrong, but it is always happy with the truth
Love never gives up on people. It never stops trusting, never loses hope, and never quits
Love will never end
In society most think love is a fireworks display of emotions, a gushy mushy feeling or an erotic tingle or physical reaction. But the truth is that those experiences couldn’t be farther from the truth. True love is a spiritual experience because God IS love and those who truly love must have a spiritual relationship with their partner and with God. Real love, I mean to actually love someone or be loving does not come easily. Now you might say I have some friends that are very much “in love” and they are atheists or homosexuals. Well I challenge that definition of their relationship. They may have an intimate relationship or a compatible emotional or physical relationship but that’s it. Making more of it is a presumption. I will go as far as to say many marriages that may be Christian and heterosexual may not be love based either. To be a loving person takes Grace, God’s grace, and this one thing I know for sure is that the LGBT lifestyle is not sanctioned by MY God, the REAL living died for sinners God. And that’s A Christian American Opinion.
1 Corinthians 6:9
Or do you not know that wrongdoers will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor male prostitutes nor practicing homosexuals.
So you decide. Is it Sex, Intimacy or Love