Apr 29, 2008
Abortion is murder no matter how you look at it. (Mar 14, 2012 | post #6)
I am with you Lunenburg. Vote for Scott Brown!!!! (Dec 3, 2009 | post #5)
In God's eyes, abortion is murder. It is a sin. Now if you do not believe in God, or His Word as written in the Bible, that is your choice. God still loves you because he is love. For those who believe in God, we believe there will be a judgement day. For those who do not beleive, then I guess you believe there is not. Regardless, the Bible states that the eyes of the world will be blind to that of which is God. Therefore, these types of arguments do nothing but garner more hate and anger amongst God's people. (whether you believe or not, God looks at you as His). I know women who suffer this day (emotionally) because of past abortions. But you know something, many of these women find solace because God forgives them for their sin. There will always be those who selfishly want to hold on to their "rights. " Just one question, where did we earn these rights to begin with? (Nov 24, 2009 | post #44)
I am so glad I fought in Iraq so people like yourselves can be rude and have a hateful discussion about a very sensitive topic. I happen to believe abortion is murder. Ovbiously to those who don't, any reasons I may come up with will be disputed. The same as if I were inclined to dispute their points. The problem is that no one is allowed in this country to have an opposing opinion without be ridiculed. I mean this from both sides of an issue (left and right). This country has long forgot what productive discourse is. We have become a country of rudeness and insult. This is not what I fought for. Regardless of our decisions, it will not be until the end of our lives that we find out what is wrong and what is right. We just live in hope that we make the right decisions. (Nov 24, 2009 | post #42)
There certianly is a difference between the Christian religion and Christianity. I must agree that Christian religion is man made. But those of us who believe in Christianity (Christ was born, died for our sins, and resurrected) try our best to follow the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ. Regardless of peoples differing religions, or lack thereof, Jesus died for all of our sins and God, who is love, loves us even in our moral decay. Believe me, it is much easier to explain the history and science of the world as it relates to God, than to argue that God does not exist. If God does not exist, why would someone waste their time to argue against Him? (Nov 24, 2009 | post #17)
I too would expect Oakmont to win in the manner they are winning. Unfortunately, it is not doing their program any favors. They are not being challenged; therefore, how is their program supposed to improve? It was a travesty to bring them down to Division 3 from Division 1 without a stop in Division 2 first. But when you whine loud enough, the MIAA oils the squeeky wheel. I feel for the players, as they are not being challenged. I am sure they are happy to be winning but at what expense. They will make the Super Bowl in a Division that is much weaker than they should have played in. Nothing to be proud of there. It is not the players fault, as any player would, they will play 100%, 100% of the time. I wish the players a great season, but the MIAA needs to wake up and make adjustments for next year. (Oct 5, 2009 | post #8)
How heartbreaking!! I can not imagine a young child like that coming to my door like that. I hope there may be family members that can care for the child and that DSS gets involved. This mother has no right to have custody of this child. (Sep 29, 2009 | post #3)
Good Luck Knights, look forward to an exciting year. (Sep 8, 2009 | post #1)
Thank God, the family must be taking a lot of deep breaths now. I have been in their shoes and it is scary. I just pray the healing can begin. (Aug 27, 2009 | post #98)
The money certianly has to be there. I wonder though, if it isn't, what do we do next? (Aug 27, 2009 | post #3)
I know we don't usually agree on things but I am with you on this one. Some people do not have friends or family that can come and take care of their pets when they are away. (Aug 13, 2009 | post #24)
I have heard it all now. Even this topic can be turned into a racial issue. An article about something fun to do around the city and someone still has to turn it into something else. (Aug 11, 2009 | post #11)
I hope when NCCES finds a new location they will have adequate athletic facilities. The current location does not have a locker room where students can shower after gym. They have to pay fees to use area locations to hold practices and games. Most of the facilties that NCCES uses are privately owned though they use some city owned locations to hold interscholastic sporting events. The Fitchburg School System's Athletic Department has not been very helpful in allowing the sports teams use of any available space. I know physical fitness has moved to the bottom of the education ladder so I would expect few to agree with me on this one or see the importance of an updated facility. NCCES is a great educational instituation and I hope they find the right location to fit their needs and the needs of the students even if the City of Fitchburg may not agree with the choice. (Aug 10, 2009 | post #5)
Any information on how to get the 2-1/2 foot wind turbine? I would be interested in checking out the viability of installing one. (Aug 10, 2009 | post #7)
I agree, i won't be around either... (Aug 10, 2009 | post #4)
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On My Mind:
The moral decline of America (really the world as a whole) and the slumping economy.
I Believe In:
I believe that God is the creator, that a person is created at conception, that marriage is between a man and a woman, and that God will return someday and I pray everyone is ready. I believe that the Lord has already ordered our steps before we were born but we are given free-will to mess it up, and that what we are witnessing in society today should be no surprise as the present moral decline is written in scripture.
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