Wednesday, February 23, 2005


Truly Good News

The Gospel of God in Jesus Christ is truly good news.
How do we really know its good news?
First we have to know, really know the bad news before we truly know what the good news really means.
We have all sinned and according to God, He has to punish sin, His character will not let Him do other wise.
The bible says our sin separates us from God. But God who is also merciful, not willing that any should perish provided the way to keep our sin from separating us from Him. Jesus a real person that lived 2000 years ago is the the Son of God who died on a cross to take our place of punishment for our own sins against God and literally rose again to life to prove that death had no hold on Him to prove to us that His death was acceptable to God. What does God require of us? He said if you will confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead you will be saved. There is not anything we can do of our own to be saved.
What keeps you from believing God? Is anything more important than believing God and trusting Him to save you? You have to decide no one can do that for you. He loves you, believe Him and call on His name while you still can.

Tuesday, February 08, 2005


Oklahoma's cancer

What is Oklahoma's cancer?
Its the Indian casinos that take money out of our economy by using the poor people in this state and their false beliefs that winning the big one will solve all their needs. Its sad and there is no way to go but down hill untill the disease finally makes us a welfare state. Our GDP will end at the casinos with out anyway for our tax system to sift what it needs to run our education system and gov. needs. The only thing then will be to raise sales and income taxes even more to take care of our state needs.
Wake up Okies and stop wanting something for nothing and giving what money you have to an impossible answer to your needs. Quit feeding this cancer and maybe it spread a little slower.

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