the boi 'blasphemer'...<quoted text>
you're a Goddam liar!
IS the -l-i-a-r-...
Hello, My Name Is ...[LIES]... said the boi]
Proverbs 25:26 we read that "A righteous man who falters before the wicked is like a murky spring and a polluted well." Certainly we would be faltering before the wicked if we chose to be unarmed and unable to resist an assailant who might be threatening our life.
Martin THREATENED to KILL George Zimmerman!
Mr. Zimmerman IS a 'vessel of God'...
tm was not.
the way God made you.
Be EMPTIED of self
to make room for God.
Allow God to CLEANSE you
even if the process is painful.
Be FILLED and constantly refilled
with the Living Water of the Holy Spirit.
POUR OUT your life
in ministry as God directs.
John 15:5 (Experience the Joy of Being a Vessel)
I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.
BIBLICAL LAW AND SELF-DEFENSE
WILLIAM O. EINWECHTER
If a thief be found breaking up, and be smitten that he die, there shall no blood be shed for him. If the sun be risen upon him, there shall be blood shed for him....(Ex. 22:2-3)
At the heart of the debate over gun control is the issue of self-defense. Citizens may desire gun ownership for hunting and recreation, but the primary reason for owning a gun is self-defense against criminals and a tyrannical government.
Therefore, any biblical text that deals with the right of self-defense is central to determining the right of gun ownership under Gods law. Perhaps the most crucial text to address the right of self-defense is Exodus 22:2-3.
The wisdom of the framers of the Constitution is consistent with the lessons of the Bible. Instruments of defense should be dispersed throughout the nation, not concentrated in the hands of the central government. In a Godly country, righteousness governs each man through the Holy Spirit working within. The government has no cause to want a monopoly of force; the government that desires such a monopoly is a threat to the lives, liberty and property of its citizens. The assumption that only danger can result from people carrying guns is used to justify government monopoly of force. The notion that the people cannot be trusted to keep and bear their own arms informs us that ours, like the time of Solomon, may be one of great riches but is also a time of peril for free people. If Christ is not our King, we shall have a dictator to rule over us, just as Samuel warned.