Dogwood Park Transexual Invasion
dinkydao

Denver, NC

#167 Apr 18, 2012
Why I ain't never seed the like of sinners in Cookeville it's a down right shame ya'll
lawl

Clarksville, TN

#168 Apr 18, 2012
Acceptance wrote:
Being a lesbian, all of this judgment makes me sick to my stomach. We aren't going to be making out and running around half naked and having orgies like you idiots think we are.
everything you said after that was irrelevant.

i personally hope theres alot of half naked lesbians making out and running around.
lawl

Clarksville, TN

#169 Apr 18, 2012
I also heard Jesus Christ will be attending this festival personally!

what news!

i wonder whos side he will choose? the "christians" or the people not slinging hate?
Jim

United States

#170 Apr 18, 2012
lawl wrote:
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everything you said after that was irrelevant.
i personally hope theres alot of half naked lesbians making out and running around.
exactly why this is no family event. Pervs and confuised souls.
lawl

Clarksville, TN

#171 Apr 18, 2012
hey fool im not agreeing with your side, i WANT to see lesbians making out, however i know this isnt going to happen unfortunately, noone wants to do that in front of the guest of honor, Jesus, that would just be a little akward
Huh Huh

Carlisle, SC

#172 Apr 18, 2012
Update wrote:
<quoted text>
She is seriously getting PBS out to this disgusting event? Same here. They will never ever see a penny from me. Not even a penny cut in half!
From what I've seen on Becky Roberson Magura's Facebook page, there are 12 pix. One of her brother, four landscape, and SIX of a deviant (since I know of no public declaration); four of those, coupled. What would you think?

Whats up with Becky and WCTE?
Called of God

Cookeville, TN

#174 Apr 18, 2012
Read Romans Chapt one to sum it up God is the same yesterday today and forever. He has not changed . whatever he called an abomination in the old testament is still an abomination. Sin is still sin. But God commended his love toward us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died FOR US
Well

Carlisle, SC

#175 Apr 18, 2012
Called of God wrote:
Read Romans Chapt one to sum it up God is the same yesterday today and forever. He has not changed . whatever he called an abomination in the old testament is still an abomination. Sin is still sin. But God commended his love toward us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died FOR US
Great post! All these actions/lifestyles are the "nature" of mankind. Mans nature does not change. Weather it be, homosexulaity, alcoholism, adultry, stealing, lying, etc. Christ not only died for us, He died BECAUSE of us, that we MIGHT have salvation. Again, good post.
True

Jasper, TN

#176 Apr 18, 2012
And don't forget we are told to repent and turn from sin. People seem to think that because we are forgiven we can just sin anyway because it really doesn't matter. That just isn't true. They forget the repent part. They forget the earthly consequences of their actions and don't recognize there is punishment. God is loving and patient but there is judgement day and He can also through out some serious wrath! Don't make Jesus's death a mockery by continuing to knowingly sin.

Just think about it this way (applies to believers only)- everytime you sin, Jesus takes another strike across His body. If you visualized this would you continue to sin because he is taking your punishment? NO! You would stop instantly because your couldn't watch another person being beaten. Now put your child in His place. Would you continue to sin knowing it was your child that took the strap or knife for you? Of course not! Don't forget that He is taking the punishment for believers! Non Believers don't get this gift because they rejected it. However it is available to them just like anyone else if they want it. It is a free choice they make.
Wormdirt

Santa Barbara, CA

#177 Apr 18, 2012
You "holier than thou" people are a joke! what does the bible (If it's even true) say about judging others? That is exactly what you are doing. Also, to think that someone wasn't born gay or bisexual, is a joke.
So then

Cookeville, TN

#178 Apr 18, 2012
True wrote:
And don't forget we are told to repent and turn from sin. People seem to think that because we are forgiven we can just sin anyway because it really doesn't matter. That just isn't true. They forget the repent part. They forget the earthly consequences of their actions and don't recognize there is punishment. God is loving and patient but there is judgement day and He can also through out some serious wrath! Don't make Jesus's death a mockery by continuing to knowingly sin.
Just think about it this way (applies to believers only)- everytime you sin, Jesus takes another strike across His body. If you visualized this would you continue to sin because he is taking your punishment? NO! You would stop instantly because your couldn't watch another person being beaten. Now put your child in His place. Would you continue to sin knowing it was your child that took the strap or knife for you? Of course not! Don't forget that He is taking the punishment for believers! Non Believers don't get this gift because they rejected it. However it is available to them just like anyone else if they want it. It is a free choice they make.
if you get in your car today, knowing you are going to break the law by speeding, texting, whatever it is you do against the law in your car, you will be willfully sinning. You do it every day, over and over, and that is not repenting. As so eloquently stated, it is turning from sin, and doing it no more. So, for all of those who want to sit around and judge, say people are hell bound, etc., just remember this. Look at yourself in the mirror today for a good bit of time. Think of what you daily routine is, and how many times you know you are going to sin. You know you are going to, but you go right ahead on and do it anyway. Whether it is being lazy, telling a lie, speeding (breaking the law), wrath, impatience, gossiping, cursing, coveting, lusting.......you know what you are guilty of every day, and you know you are going to do it again and again. Think about that, and when the urge to post something judgmental about another person crosses your mind, remind yourself this.... "Self, you need to be sure that you are right today. You need to at least make an EFFORT to behave in a Christian manner. You need to slow down and not break the law. You need to not eat more than you need." Whatever your habitual and willful sin is, when you have truly repented of it, then you might think about others and what they are doing. I'm not a Christian myself, but I am a good and moral person. I try not to do things that are not good, or that will harm others. I know sometimes I fall short, but I do try. I think there are a lot of posters on here who need to do unto others as they would have done to them. That would make the world such a better place.

Since: Dec 11

Cookeville, TN

#179 Apr 18, 2012
True wrote:
And don't forget we are told to repent and turn from sin. People seem to think that because we are forgiven we can just sin anyway because it really doesn't matter. That just isn't true. They forget the repent part. They forget the earthly consequences of their actions and don't recognize there is punishment. God is loving and patient but there is judgement day and He can also through out some serious wrath! Don't make Jesus's death a mockery by continuing to knowingly sin.
Just think about it this way (applies to believers only)- everytime you sin, Jesus takes another strike across His body. If you visualized this would you continue to sin because he is taking your punishment? NO! You would stop instantly because your couldn't watch another person being beaten. Now put your child in His place. Would you continue to sin knowing it was your child that took the strap or knife for you? Of course not! Don't forget that He is taking the punishment for believers! Non Believers don't get this gift because they rejected it. However it is available to them just like anyone else if they want it. It is a free choice they make.
And every time you act like a judgemental ass and try to enforce yuor twisted concept of morality or what acceptable based on your own bias, you do the same to your beloved Jesus.

All powerful God doesn't need your help. Or your judgemental ideas. Again, can you give us a SINGLE reason you're opposed to homsexuality without leaning on your biblical mythology and/or it skeeves you out?
true word

United States

#180 Apr 18, 2012
State of the Bible 2012
By Lauren GreenPublished April 18, 2012
The good news about the Good Book is that it's still the No. 1 seller of all time, with an estimated 6 billion copies sold. The "State of the Bible 2012" looked at the trends surrounding the most influential book of Western civilization. The survey found that while 89 percent of Americans revere the Bible as sacred literature. Vest says, "There are probably five Bibles on every shelf in American homes. Americans buy the Bibles, they debate the Bible, they love the Bible".

Vest is meeting with Joshua Dubois, the head of the President's Office of †Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, to begin a dialogue on the importance of the Bible in the founding of the country.

As the ABS approaches its bicentennial in 2016, much of its signage will point to the influence of the Bible on shaping America. For example, Vest says, many of the principles laid out in the U.S. Constitution find their roots in Scripture. For instance, the separation of church and state is seen in the verse from the New Testament's †Luke 20:25 -- "Render therefore unto Cesar the things which be Cesarís, and unto God the things which be God's." It is the principal idea behind the Constitutionís First Amendment, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
yea

United States

#181 Apr 18, 2012
true word wrote:
State of the Bible 2012
By Lauren GreenPublished April 18, 2012
The good news about the Good Book is that it's still the No. 1 seller of all time, with an estimated 6 billion copies sold. The "State of the Bible 2012" looked at the trends surrounding the most influential book of Western civilization. The survey found that while 89 percent of Americans revere the Bible as sacred literature. Vest says, "There are probably five Bibles on every shelf in American homes. Americans buy the Bibles, they debate the Bible, they love the Bible".
Vest is meeting with Joshua Dubois, the head of the President's Office of †Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, to begin a dialogue on the importance of the Bible in the founding of the country.
As the ABS approaches its bicentennial in 2016, much of its signage will point to the influence of the Bible on shaping America. For example, Vest says, many of the principles laid out in the U.S. Constitution find their roots in Scripture. For instance, the separation of church and state is seen in the verse from the New Testament's †Luke 20:25 -- "Render therefore unto Cesar the things which be Cesarís, and unto God the things which be God's." It is the principal idea behind the Constitutionís First Amendment, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
so 89% don't agree with this twink bs
So then

Cookeville, TN

#182 Apr 18, 2012
I was never polled on my thoughts on the Bible. I wonder what 89% they talked to, the ones who were buying Bibles? By the way, I own probably 15 myself.
just saying

Cookeville, TN

#183 Apr 18, 2012
yea wrote:
<quoted text> so 89% don't agree with this twink bs
Actually, according to a Gallup poll conducted in 2011, 53% of American are in favor of same sex marriage.
yea

United States

#184 Apr 18, 2012
just saying wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, according to a Gallup poll conducted in 2011, 53% of American are in favor of same sex marriage.
sounds like some made up bull shart. This is still a christian right of center country.
Lawlz

Cookeville, TN

#185 Apr 18, 2012
yea wrote:
<quoted text> sounds like some made up bull shart. This is still a christian right of center country.
And unfortunately for you, the better half of the Christian clan obviously supports gay marriage.
quit flaunting

United States

#186 Apr 18, 2012
Lawlz wrote:
<quoted text>
And unfortunately for you, the better half of the Christian clan obviously supports gay marriage.
nice try, but if put to a vote here like in Cali, it will fail

Since: Dec 11

Cookeville, TN

#187 Apr 18, 2012
yea wrote:
<quoted text> sounds like some made up bull shart. This is still a christian right of center country.
No, the made up stuff in that bible y'all are always thumping.

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