JM thinks Iraq borders Pakistan.
BHO thinks there are 57 states in the USA.
Kinda makes ya nostalgic for HRC.
Speaking of confessions, two wonderful women in Belvidere opened a coffee shop called Wicked Brew.
The coffee was great; but it was hard to get around the name.
Kinda like Moon, Mormons, Muslims, and, uh, mainliners invoking the Name for their witnesses which are only coincidental to the, uh, revelation.
Speaking of conversions, two of my favorite people have just bought Wicked Brew; but I can't say who they are for a few weeks.
So I've looked up the definition; and I'll be thinking more in terms of "playful" than "malicious" from now on when I go there to tank up on caffeine.
Kinda like reminding Republicans that Democrats really do love America as much as they do and vice versa.
Speaking of politicians, watch the race for Congress in Pennsylvania's 11th Congressional District.
I used to live there - my parents and sister still do - and Democrats have always won by landslides; and I've often thought they'd vote for Satan if he were the Democratic nominee.
I won't labor the issues - you can google Barletta/Kanjorski for the dirty details - but the Republican could upset the incumbent this time around and turn Pennsylvania over to JM.
Kinda brings BHO's upset of HRC to mind.
Speaking of upsets, Not One Penny (see attached) is really causing a stir.
Emotion more than intellect seems to be driving the commentary; especially from those who long for the way things never were or maybe were but are no more and like to talk about what they're never prepared to do to ameliorate the rapidly deteriorating situation.
Kinda brings Cubs baseball to mind.
One guy, who I supported in the race for Stated Clerk despite getting fried from my friends just left and in the middle and to the right, asked how Not One Penny corresponds to my understanding of stewardship.
I said, "Stewardship is managing what He has entrusted to us in ways which honor Him according to the revelations of His will in Jesus and Holy Scripture."
Kinda brings, uh, the New Testament to mind.
Another guy, who depends upon a lot of franchise churches and judicatories to fund his faithful ministry, blasted the autograph and me for helping; and he said the way left is gonna get really mad now.
I said, "I can no longer ask people who love Jesus as attested in Holy Scripture and upheld by our constitution so far yet so precariously to entrust their tithes, offerings, gifts, and voluntary per capita apportionments to folks who advocate, enable, and accommodate what is anathema to Biblical Christianity."
Kinda brings the Reformation to mind.
The Ventura and Moody quotes of KDLII not to mention the witness to primary allegiances in the Book of Acts come to mind.
Have you ever studied the history of the German church just before the Nazis really took over?
The autograph and I may be wrong.
Acts 5:27-42 comes to mind.
Kinda reminds me of the first couple sections of this KD.
Blessings and Love!