Kevin’s Conversations: Choosing Life?

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15 Responses

  1. Paige says:

    Yes, and Amen to all your points, Kevin. God help us all.

  2. Kevin H says:

    Thanks, Paige.

  3. Kevin H says:

    There will be some outrage from one side of the aisle. From the other side there will be effort to dispute or minimize or just plain ignore this information.

  4. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    You make it sound as if conservative approve of child molestation, rape etc. How cowardly.
    If this is happening, I say shot the offending workers and for the kids who are preying on other kids ship them back home today.
    How is that for outrage – can you top it?

  5. ( |o )====::: says:

    Anyone who has not taken action against

    here’s a productive action instead of mocking feigned outrage of the February 28, 2019 at 10:54 am comment,
    contact your representatives and demand accountability,
    hold the perpetrators responsible and demand prison time.

    Next, demand reparations for those victimized, both parents and children.

    The Gospel must have ACTION or is is a mockery, just ask Jesus’ brother James.

  6. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    G, you don’t love the children as much as me – this is why you make it political. Kill the bastard!

  7. Xenia says:

    There’s no reason we can’t be against abortion and against separating families. So what if the anti-abortion people tend to be Repubs and the anti-separation people tend to be Dems. Just do the right thing, whatever you can do. Forget politics. It’s corrupt and corrupting. Forget the what-about-ism. We just point fingers to make ourselves feel better.

  8. ( |o )====::: says:

    “Kill the bastard!”

    Jesus does NOT approve.

    But then, one who chooses to be Martin Luther’s disciple over being Jesus’ disciple, well, let’s just say Martin Luther was hardly the poster boy for following Jesus.


  9. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    G, Jesus said if you harm the children you punishment should be worse than having a millstone tied to your neck and thrown into the sea. Shoot the bastard!

  10. ( |o )====::: says:

    I let my critique stand, Jesus never empowered nor modeled the behavior for His disciples to kill others.

    Here’s an idea, read those 4 Gospels again and get back to us.


  11. Em says:

    Kind of reminds me of the story a while back about the Philippine president who was taking their drug dealers for half a plane ride out over the Pacific. How long does it take to fall 6,00 ft? Long enough to get right with God?
    That said, aren’t we as a society polluting the minds and psyches of our children with the things they are exposed to? Especially our precious internet and TV….. No wonder it spills over… Or so it seems to me ?

  12. Kevin H says:

    Xenia, you’re right on board with what much of what I was trying to convey.

  13. ( |o )====::: says:

    6,000 at terminal velocity (122 mph) = cruel and unusual punishment meted out by a madman.

  14. Em says:

    G., Yes, unusual and cruel… that seems to be what man gravitates toward…. There’s more than one condemnation on our kind back there some 2,000 years ago.. hypocrisy, hard hearts, cowrdice, double minded, pride… Yep, the beat goes on… We talk a good talk until we’re tested.. really tested
    But there’s always a few who rise above and we glimpse a bit of what God intended us to be and say with admiration, “how noble.” And then we get pushed to our limit and realise, some of us do, that we’not there yet. Yet? Without God who made us, we’ll never get there..
    Or so it seems to me lying here trying to get over this flu bug ?

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