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Founded On The Rock


The left and the right have different approaches to the question of what is our responsibility to the poor.  Both sides agree that sometimes we need to help our neighbors. What we can’t agree on how is that should be accomplished.

The left would create an ever-expanding welfare state that will help the poor and redistribute the wealth.  The right believes that charity should come from the individual.  In both cases, wealth changes hands, the difference lies in the freedom of choice in making that sacrifice.  Sacrifice only has moral value when we alone are free to make that choice.  So, if government takes and gives to the poor, the choice to honor God with our substance is limited more and more as taxes turn into theft as the tax rate steadily increases.

Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed. -Proverbs 19:17 (ESV)

When charity becomes an entitlement, the government not only enslaves the taxpayer through the wealth redistribution schemes, but also the recipient as they join others on the governmental plantation.

It is no wonder that America is steadily losing ground on the world stage. The welfare state dependent mentality sucks all creativity out of the community as it’s grip tightens to maintain control of the sheep.  We The Sheeple have been led down the road toward a collectivist state, waiting to be told what to think and what to do so that we don’t disturb the security bought through compliance.

We The People are so much more than sheep. We built this nation on a foundation of rock, not of sand.

46 “Why do you call me ‘Lord, Lord,’ and not do what I tell you? 47 Everyone who comes to me and hears my words and does them, I will show you what he is like: 48 he is like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid the foundation on the rock. And when a flood arose, the stream broke against that house and could not shake it, because it had been well built. [3] 49 But the one who hears and does not do them is like a man who built a house on the ground without a foundation. When the stream broke against it, immediately it fell, and the ruin of that house was great.” Luke 6:46-49 (ESV)

The ruin of the house that is America will indeed be great if We The People don’t heed the words of the Lord and of our Founders.  Our nation was built by men of great faith and principles. They honored God in their words and deeds.  They knew that it was only with the hand Divine Providence that would allow them to prevail against the odds.  We The People must turn again to Divine Providence for guidance to help us find our way back from the brink of self-destruction.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor. – The Declaration of Independence

It’s time to return to our foundation on the rock and trust that Divine Providence can rebuild our unity so that once again we are un-hyphenated Americans joining together to repair that crumbling foundation lest it disintegrate into sand…

God Bless America!

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To Be Saul or To Be David


Guest post by Robert W. Ray

Saul was tall, handsome and picked by God himself.  Saul had all the traits of a leader; commanding presence, strong authoritative voice and a personality that made people want to follow.   He also had the I’m in charge attitude once he became king.  He constantly went to the prophet of God for his answers or for a voice of direction.  He reads like a pretty good guy until he falls out of grace with God, and even then he apologies and cries and ask forgiveness.   So what’s the deal?  He did what he thought needed to be done to be the leader; a take charge type of guy.   A sacrifice needed to be performed and the man of God was late, there was a war to fight, we’re burning daylight here.   Lets Git ‘er Done and he performed the sacrifice without the prophet of God.

He did what I, and most leaders, would have done.  We have a goal.  The goal is from God.  We proceed to perform and get it done.  People follow people who lead, sheep need a shepherd, and it’s what we do!  How is doing what God chose us to do so wrong?  Simple.  We do what we do in our own abilities.  We take our dependence off of the One who put us here; the One who made us leaders of men.  We do what is right in our own eyes.  God save us from or selves.

When we look to do what we think needs to be done, at that crucial point in time to make all the pieces of the puzzle come together, we leave out the biggest part of that puzzle… God.  By stepping up to the plate, and taking charge, we leave God out of the process and move on in our own pattern and in our own strength.  We might know the right path to take, or in Saul’s case the correct pattern of events that need to take place, to ensure victory.  But, without God, that is all it is, a pattern. It’s not divine, it’s not ordained or predestined by God.  It’s us moving as men, blind and afraid that if we don’t do it right in the people’s sight they won’t follow.  And we become failures.  You’re only as good as your last victory.  We simply become performing dogs for the circus and the people are waiting for the next big trick.  Sit, jump through the ring of fire, roll over, play dead!  We leave God in the shadows of the stands, and then want to blame Him when there is failure.  It was Gods fault.  He didn’t come through.  I stepped out on faith and He let me fall.   So when the big trick falls apart and we land on our faces, bloody and bruised, now we want to pull God out of the stand and tell everyone it was His fault.  We point our fingers we cry and claim ignorance.

God does not want a performance and He won’t perform at our command. He insists on being God!

David on the other hand started out just as good a guy as Saul. People loved him.  He could fight. He could lead. He was a man’s man. Good looking and daring.  Later in his rule as king he made great mistakes; takes another man’s wife, gets her pregnant, tries to trick he husband into sleeping with her to hide his misdeed and when that fails he has her husband  murdered.

Then why does Saul have the kingdom torn from his hand and not David?

People say it was pride, Saul’s arrogance to perform the sacrifice, his not waiting on the man of God. All this sound good but David did all of this and more. Why is David called a man after Gods own heart?  David didn’t fool God.  He didn’t hide the truth from Him. What is it that made David be the lineage that Jesus comes from?  There is only one thing.  David had a direct relationship with God. He didn’t use the prophet of God as a middle man. He didn’t go to a seer or a which to get answers.  David went directly to God and then he would act on what God told him to do.  Not the people.  Not what he thought was right, but what God told him to do.  David refused to be the trained dog.  And when David does blow it he doesn’t blame God he goes into the house of God and weeps for forgiveness.   The difference is relationship.

Saul was tall, hansom, and picked by God himself. Saul had all the traits of a leader, commanding presence, strong authoritive  voice and a personality that made people want to follow. He also had the “I’m in charge” attitude once he became king. He constantly went to the prophet of God for his answers or for a voice of direction. He reads like a pretty good guy until he falls out of grace with God, and even then he apologies and cries and ask forgiveness so what’s the deal, he did what he thought needed to be done to the be the leader, a take charge type of guy. A sacrifice needed to be performed and the man of God was late, there was a war to fight “We’re burning daylight here” “ Lets Get’er Done”  and he performed the sacrifice without the prophet of God.

He did what I and most leaders would have done, we have a goal. The goal is from God. We proceed to perform and get it done. People follow people who lead, sheep need a shepherd, and It’s what we do! How is doing what God chose us to do so wrong? Simple we do what we do in our own abilities, we take or dependence off of the One who put us here, the One who made us leaders of men. We do what is right in our own eyes. God save us from or self’s.

When we look to do what we think needs to be done at that crucial point and time to make all the pieces of the puzzle come together, we leave out the biggest part of that puzzle, God. By stepping up to the plate, and taking charge, we leave God out of the process and move on in our own pattern, our own strength. We might know the right path to take, or in Saul’s case the correct pattern of events that need to take place to insure victory. But without God that is all it is “a pattern” it’s not divine, it’s not ordained or predestined by God, it’s us moving as men. Blind and afraid that if we don’t do it right in the peoples sight the wont follow. And we become failures.” You’re only as good as your last victory.” We simply be come performing dogs for the circus and the people are waiting for the next big trick. Sit, jump through the ring of fire, roll over, play dead!  We leave God in the shadows of the stands, and then want to blame him when there is failure. It was Gods fault, He didn’t come through, I stepped out on faith and He let me fall.   So when the big trick falls apart and we land on our faces, bloody and bruised, now we want to pull God out of the stand and tell everyone it was His fault. We point our fingers we cry and claim ignorance.

God does not want a performance and He won’t perform at our command, He insists on being God!

David on the other hand started out just as good a guy as Saul. People loved him, he could fight, He could lead. He was a man’s man. Good looking and daring. Later in his rule as king made great mistakes,  takes another man’s wife gets her pregnant tries to trick he husband into sleeping with her to hide his misdeed and when that fails he has her husband  murdered.

Then why does Saul have the kingdom torn from his hand and not David?

People say it was pride, Saul’s arrogance to perform the sacrifice, his not waiting on the man of God. All this sound good but David did all of this and more. Why is David called a man after Gods own heart, David didn’t fool God , He didn’t hide the truth from Him. What is it that made David be the linage that Jesus comes from? There is only one thing , David had a direct relationship with God, he didn’t use the prophet of God as a middle man, he didn’t go to a see’er or a which to get answers. David went directly to God and then he would act on what God told him to do. Not the people, not what he thought was right but what God told him to do. David refused to be the trained dog.  And when David does blow it he doesn’t blame God he goes into the house of God and weeps for forgiveness.   The difference is relationship.

Saul was tall, hansom, and picked by God himself. Saul had all the traits of a leader, commanding presence, strong authoritive  voice and a personality that made people want to follow. He also had the “I’m in charge” attitude once he became king. He constantly went to the prophet of God for his answers or for a voice of direction. He reads like a pretty good guy until he falls out of grace with God, and even then he apologies and cries and ask forgiveness so what’s the deal, he did what he thought needed to be done to the be the leader, a take charge type of guy. A sacrifice needed to be performed and the man of God was late, there was a war to fight “We’re burning daylight here” “ Lets Get’er Done”  and he performed the sacrifice without the prophet of God.

He did what I and most leaders would have done, we have a goal. The goal is from God. We proceed to perform and get it done. People follow people who lead, sheep need a shepherd, and It’s what we do! How is doing what God chose us to do so wrong? Simple we do what we do in our own abilities, we take or dependence off of the One who put us here, the One who made us leaders of men. We do what is right in our own eyes. God save us from or self’s.

When we look to do what we think needs to be done at that crucial point and time to make all the pieces of the puzzle come together, we leave out the biggest part of that puzzle, God. By stepping up to the plate, and taking charge, we leave God out of the process and move on in our own pattern, our own strength. We might know the right path to take, or in Saul’s case the correct pattern of events that need to take place to insure victory. But without God that is all it is “a pattern” it’s not divine, it’s not ordained or predestined by God, it’s us moving as men. Blind and afraid that if we don’t do it right in the peoples sight the wont follow. And we become failures.” You’re only as good as your last victory.” We simply be come performing dogs for the circus and the people are waiting for the next big trick. Sit, jump through the ring of fire, roll over, play dead!  We leave God in the shadows of the stands, and then want to blame him when there is failure. It was Gods fault, He didn’t come through, I stepped out on faith and He let me fall.   So when the big trick falls apart and we land on our faces, bloody and bruised, now we want to pull God out of the stand and tell everyone it was His fault. We point our fingers we cry and claim ignorance.

God does not want a performance and He won’t perform at our command, He insists on being God!

David on the other hand started out just as good a guy as Saul. People loved him, he could fight, He could lead. He was a man’s man. Good looking and daring. Later in his rule as king made great mistakes,  takes another man’s wife gets her pregnant tries to trick he husband into sleeping with her to hide his misdeed and when that fails he has her husband  murdered.

Then why does Saul have the kingdom torn from his hand and not David?

People say it was pride, Saul’s arrogance to perform the sacrifice, his not waiting on the man of God. All this sound good but David did all of this and more. Why is David called a man after Gods own heart, David didn’t fool God , He didn’t hide the truth from Him. What is it that made David be the linage that Jesus comes from? There is only one thing , David had a direct relationship with God, he didn’t use the prophet of God as a middle man, he didn’t go to a see’er or a which to get answers. David went directly to God and then he would act on what God told him to do. Not the people, not what he thought was right but what God told him to do. David refused to be the trained dog.  And when David does blow it he doesn’t blame God he goes into the house of God and weeps for forgiveness.   The difference is relationship.

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Green by Ted Dekker


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Ted Dekker’s latest installment to The Circle Series, Green, is both the beginning and the end of the tale.  This book leads the reader between two worlds, both in reality and in dreams,  in pursuit of the destiny that awaited Thomas Hunter and his wife Chelise.

This story describes the state of most believers.  A body who revels in the glory of the past, yet powerless today and yearning to drown in God’s great love.  The desperation of those at the Gathering who’d lost their faith opened the door to a beautiful deceiver bent on delivering the disillusioned warriors to their doom.  The painful, putrid scabbing disease was the physical manifestation of when they turned their backs on their relationship with Elyon.  The disease had no effect on those who drowned themselves in the Red Lakes of Elyon.  They died in order to live.

Dekker also brings to life the painful reality of  the chasm that the faithful must cross to reach the lost within their own families.  Thomas and Chelise each must decide how much they are willing to sacrifice in order to save the ones they love.  For Chelise, her father is worth any price to save him.   In order to save Chelise and their son, Thomas is faced with an impossible choice…  So it is this choice that is both the beginning and the end of this tale.

This review comes from the perspective of one who has not yet read the other books.  I recommend Green as the jumping off point into The Circle Series.  I look forward to reading the rest as soon as possible.

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Book Review – Jesus Calling by Sarah Young


Jesus Calling coverSarah Young’s Jesus Calling: Devotions for Every Day of the Year has been such a blessing to me as I read through it.  In it is the gift of her time spent quietly sitting in God’s presence and then writing about it in her prayer journal.  The depth of intimacy shared on these pages draw the reader in to seek His presence.

I have been uplifted, encouraged, emboldened and comforted by my own journey through these pages.  At times, I have spent the entire rest of the day, in the midst of my own busyness, contemplating the message that touched me.

Each day is presented as a direct message from Jesus.  The scripture references keep it Biblical and let the reader dig deeper if they want even more.  I know you will want more and more as you delve into this rich encounter with Jesus.  I have found Jesus on these pages.  I highly recommend this daily devotional as a wonderful way to get drawn deeper into your faith.

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Book Review: Fearless by Max Lucado


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In his new book Fearless, Max Lucado systematically takes on every form fear takes in our world today.  Though the pages are filled with the very real worries ordinary people face this book is all about the hope we find as followers of Christ.

Jesus got into a boat, and his followers went with him.  A great storm arose on the lake so that waves covered the boat. (Matt 8:23-24 NCV)

In his down to earth style, Max vocalizes the thoughts running through the minds of many who finally realize that being a follower of Christ doesn’t guarantee a life without turmoil.

Wouldn’t you hope for a more chipper second sentence, a happier consequence of obedience?

There are storms in this life, that is a given, but the message that Jesus doesn’t want us to be afraid is clear.  Max Lucado uses biblical passages to give substance to Jesus’ message to “fear not.”

Real courage embraces the twin realities of current difficulty and ultimate triumph.  Yes, life stinks.  But, it won’t forever.  As one of my friends likes to say, “Everything will work out in the end.  If its not working out, its not the end.”

Having Christ’s perspective gives that solid rock on which to build a life of freedom from the gloom that can easily overtake and paralyze its victims.  The circumstances we all face today can make even the bravest of us all succumb to fear.  It’s nice to know that Jesus is with us every step of the way.  I strongly recommend to everyone, whether or not you live in fear, to let the light of hope shine through the pages of Fearless.

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I Do, Except the Obey Part!


Marriage_Certificate“Wives, submit to your husbands, as is fitting in the Lord.” (ESV Col. 3:18)  This single, seemingly archaic, statement causes self-respecting women everywhere to dig in their heels, hold their shoulders back and boldly refuse.  Strong, intelligent women wonder why how could any man expect me to pledge to him that I would obey?  In an era of equality of the sexes, it might be just as likely that he should pledge to obey me.  If anyone is going to dominate in a relationship, that role is going to be won by force; a victory that won’t come cheap.  Surely logic and reason will prevail in this matter…or at least political correctness.

Oh ladies, our mother’s have taught us well.  Ever since we could remember, we were told we could be anything we wanted to be.  We were taught that we were every bit as good as a man in the work place.  The mantra of equality of the sexes was non-stop during my formative years.  Society was being told women could “bring home the bacon and fry it up in a pan” on TV.  We didn’t know it, but we were being groomed to become a generation of unsuspecting feminists.  Merriam-Webster defines feminism as: “1: the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes, or 2: organized activity on behalf of women’s rights and interests.”  (Merriam-Webster Online)

With that mindset, it’s not unreasonable that women would refuse to be so weak or foolish to allow a mere man to be in authority over us.  After all, he’s not God.  We women are smart.  We’re capable.  No man can push us around.  We won’t stand for it!  As a group, women tend to think of a woman who submits to her husband’s authority as weak, or stupid.  We pity her.  She should stand up and be strong like we were groomed to be.  She should take back control of her life and establish equality in her marriage.  We can teach her if she’d only listen and learn like we did.  She can learn to be just like us.  Feminists.

To make the concept of the husband’s Godly authority more difficult for modern women to accept, TV commercials have done their very best to portray men as weak and women as strong.  One example shows a woman in the arms of a bare-chested Favio clone, complete with his hair blowing in the wind, holding a frozen dairy/coffee concoction in her hand.  She is staring deeply into his eyes as her husband comes in.  She tells him not to be such a baby when he’s not happy to see his wife’s fantasy man; who, by the way, is the total opposite of her husband.  The end result of this commercial is that the woman gets what she wants with no regard to her husband, and the man has to just take it because he’s portrayed as weak.  This ad does nothing good for men or marriage.

As girls, we dream of our knights in shining armor.  We love the tales of the handsome, strong prince that comes to rescue us from our tormentors and slay the horrible dragon.  Boys can become emasculated by society’s insistence that they behave more like girls.  Boys should be rough, tough and ready to begin the next adventure.  They are interested in being heroes.  Instead of fear of the next Columbine, should he show an interest in conquering his realm, we should embrace their God-given nature to grow into princes then kings.  The girls should be allowed to sigh dreamily at the thought of their betrothed prince ready to whisk her away and ride off on the adventure of a lifetime – marriage.

The feministic ideal of equality leaves no room in marriage for anything but democratic rule.  Some of us have insisted that the “obey” part is left out the wedding ceremony.  We also want it left out of our marriages as well.  Men, because of political correctness, and being portrayed as oppressive and evil, have let the feminists have their way.

Before my husband and I got married, we talked about our hopes and dreams for the future.  Even though I wasn’t saved yet, I knew a couple of things I didn’t want from a child’s view of their parent’s marriage.  One thing I agreed to was that if we couldn’t agree, someone would have to make the decision.  Having spent every Christmas Eve re-hashing the same old argument, whether to open presents Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, it seemed practical to make this decision at a moment when everyone was calm.  I agreed to let my husband-to-be make the final decision if we couldn’t agree, but I insisted that we would leave the obey part out of our wedding vows.

Sadly, when women learned to take control of their own destinies, we also learned to rebel against God’s authority.  Throughout the bible, kingdoms illustrate the kind hierarchical authority that Jesus has as the head of the church.  Nowhere does it describe God’s government as a democracy.  In Ephesians Chapter 5, women are told to submit.  “22 Wives, submit to your own husbands, as to the Lord.”  (ESV)  So women cannot be obedient in God’s eyes and still leave out the obey part.  If women are to obey God in marriage, they must follow Paul’s instructions in Ephesians 5, “24 Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit in everything to their husbands.” (ESV Eph 5:22-24)  The bible also tells women, “but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God’s sight is very precious.  For this is how the holy women who hoped in God used to adorn themselves, by submitting to their husbands.”  (ESV 1 Peter 3:4-5)  Paul also tells women to “respect her husband.” (ESV Eph 5:33)

Men, at this point it would be good to wonder what responsibility goes with the mantle of God’s delegated authority.  I promise you don’t get appointed cruel dictator once the I do’s are complete.  Your wife doesn’t suddenly become the indentured servant for your amusement.  A huge responsibility is placed on the husband’s shoulders.  Ephesians 5:23 tells men, “For the husband is the head of the wife even as Christ is the head of the church, his body, and is himself its Savior.” (ESV)  If you consider these words, a husband’s responsibility is to lay down his life for his wife as Jesus did for the church.  God’s authority passes down from Jesus to the husband.  So, men must submit themselves to God’s authority as the husband.

Husbands are instructed to “love your wives and do not be harsh with them.” (ESV Col. 3:19)  In 1 Peter 3:7, husbands are told to “live with your wives in an understanding way, showing honor to the woman as the weaker vessel, since they are heirs with you of the grace of life, so that your prayers may not be hindered.” (ESV)  If a man does not honor his wife, he separates himself from God.  Paul continues his instruction in Ephesians 5:28, “In the same way husbands should love their wives as their own bodies.  He who loves his wife loves himself.” (ESV)  Let there be no doubt, both husband and wife are under God’s authority.  Each must obey God’s instruction.  To disobey will separate them from God.

Now, all of the loving Christian women in the room are waiting to tell us how, since their husband’s aren’t saved, none of this really applies to them.  Or if their husband isn’t standing up to be the spiritual authority in their household, these same Christian women believe it is their duty to stand up and take charge.  Instead, the bible says, “Likewise, wives, be subject to your own husbands, so that even if some do not obey the word, they may be won without a word by the conduct of their wives.”  (Emphasis mine, ESV 1 Peter 3:1-2)  “Won without a word.”  God is telling us to live in obedience to God in front of the one you are trying to win.  You get no points for beating them up with scripture or badgering them with your preaching.

God’s blessings flow through the husband into the marriage.  Both men and women have to live lives of submission to God.  If we are faithful to God’s word, we will be blessed.  In Proverbs, we are told, “He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord.”  (ESV 18:22)  It takes a strong woman to submit willingly as an expression of love to both God and her husband.  Submit does not equate to simpering stupidity.  You don’t have to check your brain at the door to be able to live in the full blessings of a biblical marriage relationship.

As for me, I can state unequivocally that in the midst of our biblical marriage, I find greater joy in doing it God’s way.  Little by little as we seek Him and let Him have is way in our lives, the blessings of our marriage relationship increase as the time goes by.  When we renewed our wedding vows after 17 years of marriage I gave my promise to obey with a whole heart.

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An Open Letter To Government


Dear Elected Official,

I can’t stand the thought that somehow the burden of more debt is going to save our country.  STOP SPENDING MONEY.  STOP BAILING OUT.  JUST STOP.  In our personal economies, if we spend too much, eventually the bill comes due.  You either do without to avoid this, or eventually your house of cards will collapse ending in bankruptcy.  It is arrogant to think that we can avoid this.

On general spending.  Please stop.  I don’t want higher taxes.   I don’t want the government to provide everything for everyone.  I believe if a thing is worth having, it is worth working for.  What motivation will people have to rise above the circumstance if the entitlements render it unnecessary?  My children should not have to do without because the government, federal, state, and local wants to be everything to everyone.  This nation was not founded, nor the west settled by a bunch of whiny, nincompoops that can’t be bothered to make the effort to change their own destinies.

I believe we should only do official state business in English (a cost savings).  I have found that there is always someone who can translate if they haven’t bothered to learn English.  I believe it is time to roll up your sleeves and start cutting the size and scope of government.  If government is the only sector of the economy that is growing in employment, then we are in serious trouble.  If there is no REAL business creating wealth, then all the extra American dollars that you print are absolutely worthless.

I believe that we are a Christian nation and founded on Christian principles.  Stop trying to erase God.  I will honor  your right to believe something else, but this is a big part of American History and should not be swept under the carpet like we’re embarrassed.

I believe that each of you have a personal responsibility to  lead the nation in reducing the burden of government on the citizens.  Please keep America a great place to live.  If you don’t change your ways, we will all collapse under the burden of debt and become a 3rd world nation instead.  We’ll be looking for handouts instead of being the one helping.

Also, since when did America suddenly turn it’s back on Israel?  They are not the aggressors.  If America owes anyone an apology, its to Israel for forgetting what the Jewish people suffered that led up to Israel becoming an independent nation.  Israel should NOT be divided, erased or changed except as THEY see fit.  We are not going to have peace in the middle east no matter what you do.  We have lost our sense of direction if we can’t stand up for what is good and right in this world.

What do you think?

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