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December 28 - "Watch the Democrats and liberals ... fight to take away ... guns from law-a ... abid
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Watch the Democrats and liberals ... fight to take away ... guns from law-a ... abiding citizens and do absolutely nothing ... about the mental health issues of the mentally challenged.

Evil has come to the USA. ... Where was God? ... For 50 years, we have systematically attempted to have God removed from our schools, our public activities and businesses. But the moment we have a calamity, we wonder where He was. ... We have escorted Him ... right out of our culture. Then we express our surprise that a culture without Him actually reflects what it has become.

We don't have to pass new laws to rid evil from the USA. ... One has been around for quite a while ... and it works if we teach it and observe it. ... Thy shall not kill. ... There are about nine others ... but to tell you about them ... would require bringing God back and we know how unacceptable that might be.

The front page headlines today read ... 'Gun control debate begins to simmer after ... massacre'. It should have read ... 'The debate about allowing God back into our schools begins to simmer after massacre.' It would certainly solve a lot more ... problems than gun control.

I recently visited a church and the preacher talked about high-class people ... as though it was a sin for them to have been blessed by the Lord. ... The preacher spoke as though he had jealousy and envy in his heart. Why is it that when Christians get blessed by the Lord, other church folk refer to them as high class? ... So what if a Christian is wealthy, drives a new car and owns the best things? Man looks at the outward appearance, but God looks at the heart.

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