Why Should Jesus Love Me?

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#537618 May 22, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Yes, bums.
"Homeless people" to you politically correcters...
There is a homeless man that stand across the street every morning waiting for the agency to open that serves breakfast at 6:00 AM. He arrives at around 5:00. While he is waiting...he comes his hair...cleans his teeth...repacks his duffel bag.

One day...I saw inside that bag...everything neatly folded...his shirts folded and put in one plastic bag...his socks in another...and yet another for his pants. I was amazed at how neat and percise that he was.

I did not see a "bum"...just a man that for some unknown to me reason no longer had a home to go to.

IMO "Bums" can live in homes...be married...have kids. They are the type of people that mentally or physically abuse their families and friends. They take advantage of others. They care about no one but themselves.

Saying someone is "homeless" over calling them a "bum" is not being politically correct...it is being respectful to someone regardless of what might have happened in their lives.

Most of us at any point could have circumstances beyond our control happen and we might be on the streets. If you have a guarantee that it won't happen to you...then you are more blessed than most people.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#537620 May 22, 2013
Adam wrote:
Homosexuality is more worse than sin...
Then stop being gay.

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#537621 May 22, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:

Physicians don't put bracelets on patients.
Clearwater wrote:
Some do. I was in the hospital in Feb. and a physician did just that to me.
Then I guess that job has gotten worse since I left it.

I don't think I ever saw an ID bracelet that wasn't already on a patient's wrist. Nor can I imagine why I would be treating a patient that needed a bracelet, but wasn't already wearing one, or why if I were, somebody would hand me the bracelet to put on the patient instead of doing it.

Who's bussing the dishes from the tray tables these days?

[I Googled "bussing" to verify my spelling, and found this http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index... which is a pretty funny smart ass answer somebody gave a questioner on Yahoo! Answers. This answer received the most votes and was chosen for best answer even though every other answerer gave a correct definition, and only this guy didn't. The questioner thanked him, too, with a five star rating (the maximum) and a "thx bro." LOL.]

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#537625 May 22, 2013
dr Shrink wrote:
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then stop being pervert and gay,
you have no Lord to ptoyrct you and your sick security
YO dr. stop smoking that reefer boy... Adam is a great poster

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#537626 May 22, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
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I can't stop being gay.
its your choice G

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#537631 May 22, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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Why put down Mexicans?
I am not. I am putting down Mexico as a terrible place to live and I find the culture to be less than enticing that what American culture has to offer. Call it a personal preference

But why put down Christians?

This isn't going to be another one of those huge double standards is it?

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#537632 May 22, 2013
Adam wrote:
It brings god´s wrath upon the nations.
Your god needs a Xanax.

It's interesting that you accept that it can be just for a creator to bring violence on its children. Civilized people everywhere reject that. Your children will be removed from your home by the state in the most advanced civilizations in the world if you bring violent wrath on them.

Your god is obviously the creation of primitive men who came from a time and place when such a parental relationship was not yet considered monstrous, or even wrong.

You have many, many clues to help you recognize that your god is mythical. You obviously don't mind. As I said to somebody else, unlike the typical unbeliever, you wouldn't want to know that you were wrong if you are. You feel that you can absorb being wrong in this matter, and so you aren't interested.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#537633 May 22, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Dream? Of what? Strip malls? A 7-Eleven, a church, a KFC and a gas station mini-mart at every intersection? What do you think America has to offer somebody apart from a chance at a good education or a chance to make a good living, neither of which is relevant to us? And are you aware that both of those are eroding as fast as its infrastructure and middle class?
My wife is going back to California next month to visit her father for a week. She's dreading every aspect of that trip apart from being able to see him.
Don't be so damned proud. I get the best parts of America with a satellite dish, an Internet connection, or by courier.
In other words you have done your best to take whatever you could from the U.S to Mexico with you. You could have saved yourself the trouble of whittling it down to Internet and tv by not moving and keeping everything. The best thing about the U.S. is its people and its freedoms.

I think I will feel a little damned proud. For all its faults, its a better country than anywhere else. And its got Mexico beat hands down.

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#537634 May 22, 2013
Adam wrote:
Homosexuality is more worse than sin.
What is more worse than the sin of homosexuality itself? To teaching ppl it´s not a sin to commit more homosexual sins. Everyone who support homosexuals will share the same punishments like homosexuals additional to his own sins. May the LORD safe us from these ppl and their punishments.
More worse.

Hahaha.

Catcher white sheet allows one hahaha.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#537636 May 22, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Yes, bums.
"Homeless people" to you politically correcters...
Yeah I didn't understand what he didn't get about that. Thatwa sit, I shouldn't say bums?

I thought he was questioning the comparison.

A bum could say the same thing. Oh have the freedom to come and go and I please, to make my own choices, I don't have to be anywhere i don't want to be, I am my own boss, etc, etc

Anybody can glamorize whatever they want in their head. I have seen how Ians mind works a little better now after seeing him talk up the Mexico Dream Retirement package

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#537638 May 22, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
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There is a homeless man that stand across the street every morning waiting for the agency to open that serves breakfast at 6:00 AM. He arrives at around 5:00. While he is waiting...he comes his hair...cleans his teeth...repacks his duffel bag.
One day...I saw inside that bag...everything neatly folded...his shirts folded and put in one plastic bag...his socks in another...and yet another for his pants. I was amazed at how neat and percise that he was.
I did not see a "bum"...just a man that for some unknown to me reason no longer had a home to go to.
IMO "Bums" can live in homes...be married...have kids. They are the type of people that mentally or physically abuse their families and friends. They take advantage of others. They care about no one but themselves.
Saying someone is "homeless" over calling them a "bum" is not being politically correct...it is being respectful to someone regardless of what might have happened in their lives.
Most of us at any point could have circumstances beyond our control happen and we might be on the streets. If you have a guarantee that it won't happen to you...then you are more blessed than most people.
Of course.

It's basic decency to treat others with dignity, especially the weakest members of our society.

But good luck getting through to RR.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#537639 May 22, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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It sounds like you've found your place in the world. I'm glad to hear that you're making a difference.
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Wow!
That rules out the drive through at McDonalds. You need a headset for that. It also rules out just about any thinking job, or one where you deal with the public.
I'm guessing night watchman.
LOL, Your deductive reasoning is terrible

And wouldn't you want an easy job if you were still making decent money at over $40 an hour during OT?

What do you do there. I know in America sometimes retirees like to do things to stay busy like be a greeter at Walmart. Are you like the local burro inspector? Make sure their smell is under acceptable levels? Although I am guessing with the water situation over there you would have a hard time distinguishing from yourself! In fact I bet you wish you could have taken that from America huh? You know, safe drinking water?

~snicker
Grace Walker

Wilmington, NC

#537640 May 22, 2013
Adam wrote:
Homosexuality is more worse than sin.
What is more worse than the sin of homosexuality itself? To teaching ppl it´s not a sin to commit more homosexual sins. Everyone who support homosexuals will share the same punishments like homosexuals additional to their own sins. May the LORD grant us safty from these ppl and their punishments.
Adam, According to Gods Word, You also practice homosexual acts simply because you are judging them.. < Ouch> Did you not ever read Romans 2:1? It says.. for in that which you judge another, you condemn yourself;" for you who judge practice the same things".

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#537642 May 22, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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How gauche. I said that we were comfortable. We live fairly humbly by our own standards.
Tre tacky eh?

LOL

I believe you live very humbly, you don't have to convince me!

Hey let me know when you are going ot put on another one of those shows where you get all confused about who said what and then make fun of your own comments!

That last one was hilarious

That Mexican drinking water is getting to you already isn't it?

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#537644 May 22, 2013
Epiphany2 wrote:
But when people are in a heated discussion....they certainly don't (or won't) take the "Hey Bro....I think you need to....."as a loving Godly suggestion....They usually lash out at that person too. All the years that Deb has been here...her "calling" has been to show the person professing to be a follower of Christ to show more Christ like words or actions.....And 9 times out of 10 they tear into her.....Because their heart is not ready to hear it..... Words are one thing.....Action in GODS Love is another. Do you see what I am saying Steve-o?
I do.

Do YOU see what you are saying about the Christian community?

Do you see anything analogous occurring in the skeptic community? How many of us have savaged another unbeliever? Have you seen Tide and Happy Lesbo get vicious? How about Catcher and me? Or Alice and Khatru?

Compare that with your comment: "9 times out of 10 they tear into her"

Does that say anything to you? What will faith allow you to see? I'll bet that you still see the superiority of the Christian ethic, and that nothing could ever suggest differently, whatever you saw. When faith closes your mind to reason and evidence, it stays closed for as long as you keep the faith.
Grace Walker

Wilmington, NC

#537645 May 22, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
<quoted text>
There is a homeless man that stand across the street every morning waiting for the agency to open that serves breakfast at 6:00 AM. He arrives at around 5:00. While he is waiting...he comes his hair...cleans his teeth...repacks his duffel bag.
One day...I saw inside that bag...everything neatly folded...his shirts folded and put in one plastic bag...his socks in another...and yet another for his pants. I was amazed at how neat and percise that he was.
I did not see a "bum"...just a man that for some unknown to me reason no longer had a home to go to.
IMO "Bums" can live in homes...be married...have kids. They are the type of people that mentally or physically abuse their families and friends. They take advantage of others. They care about no one but themselves.
Saying someone is "homeless" over calling them a "bum" is not being politically correct...it is being respectful to someone regardless of what might have happened in their lives.
Most of us at any point could have circumstances beyond our control happen and we might be on the streets. If you have a guarantee that it won't happen to you...then you are more blessed than most people.
Hi Annie,
Awesome post. Nobody never knows what may happen from day to day. We all could end up homeless some day and I hope people that see me will see me through YOUR eyes and heart. I am quite aware that you left religion but you sure see things through the eyes of God a lot more than some who still profess their religion. Thank you for being who you are. Your views on things light up this forum most of the time. God Bless You

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#537646 May 22, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
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I am not. I am putting down Mexico as a terrible place to live and I find the culture to be less than enticing that what American culture has to offer. Call it a personal preference
But why put down Christians?
This isn't going to be another one of those huge double standards is it?
Not at all.

People are born Mexican. And you didn't just put down Mexico as a terrible place to be. You denigrated the people. Go look at what you wrote.

Christianity is a belief system, and I feel comfortable criticizing it and those who belong to it voluntarily.

This is not going to be one of those huge discussions with Skom.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#537647 May 22, 2013
Grace Walker wrote:
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Adam, According to Gods Word, You also practice homosexual acts simply because you are judging them.. < Ouch> Did you not ever read Romans 2:1? It says.. for in that which you judge another, you condemn yourself;" for you who judge practice the same things".
That actually isn't what it means

It means they are judging as hypocrites because they are judging those for doing the same things they are doing. Therefore if they are condemning others for doing what they are doing then they are condemning themselves

It doesn't mean you are guilty of whatever you judge someone else to be doing

I am only correcting this so it will be correct

It really isn't meant as personal but I can't be responsible for how it is taken. But i am saying up front it isn't meant as personal
Grace Walker

Wilmington, NC

#537648 May 22, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
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Then stop being gay.
Hello Duane.
I hope you are feeling better.^^^ I see you still have your sense of humor.:)

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#537651 May 22, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
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There is a homeless man that stand across the street every morning waiting for the agency to open that serves breakfast at 6:00 AM. He arrives at around 5:00. While he is waiting...he comes his hair...cleans his teeth...repacks his duffel bag.
One day...I saw inside that bag...everything neatly folded...his shirts folded and put in one plastic bag...his socks in another...and yet another for his pants. I was amazed at how neat and percise that he was.
I did not see a "bum"...just a man that for some unknown to me reason no longer had a home to go to.
IMO "Bums" can live in homes...be married...have kids. They are the type of people that mentally or physically abuse their families and friends. They take advantage of others. They care about no one but themselves.
Saying someone is "homeless" over calling them a "bum" is not being politically correct...it is being respectful to someone regardless of what might have happened in their lives.
Most of us at any point could have circumstances beyond our control happen and we might be on the streets. If you have a guarantee that it won't happen to you...then you are more blessed than most people.
Should i have said "temporarily housing displaced"?

Annie, as much as the political correctness for show is appreciated, it really isn't necessary. I would never treat someone on the street disrespectfully. In fact i have gone out of my way many times to help specifically people in that situation. I simply am not going to tailor my speech in an Internet-chat room because people like to score points on being disingenuous. The only reason "bum" is offensive is if you choose to make it so. I find your term of homeless offensive because it implies anyone without a house isn't as valuable a human being and it shows how this country puts emphasis on material things. See how I can play those games too? But i won't because that would be the actual insulting thing to use the situation, making titles of more relevance than people because we are trying to maneuver in a chat-room. I will let my actions do the talking when it comes to society. People can play all the games they want in here with words

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