May 28, 2013
We can’t truly honor the dead if we don’t hold what they died for with honor as well. Our soldiers died for this country, from it’s inception to today. We can’t expect our children to remember them if we don’t take the time to set the examples. And it is not enough to just mouth the words, say a prayer, have a cookout and go on. To know why they were willing to sacrifice is the ultimate gift that we can give our children. If we don’t respect those who died that we might live how can we ask for that same respect from our children and if the time ever comes when they must make a choice on whether to sacrifice themselves they must know that they are doing so for a truly good reason God bless all our men and women who have made that sacrifice.
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. Matthew 6:12KJV
Have you forgiven your debtors? You asked God to forgive you as you forgive others, is He answering you? Are you assuming that you are automatically forgiven without doing your part of the equation? What if you are wrong? Perhaps it is time to take a deeper look at what you have asked for and what you are wanting in return!
14 For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you:
15 But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.
Do you truly believe in God? Are you resting on His promises? Consider what those promises are my friends! We mustn’t hold back! We mustn’t hold on to our anger or hatred! Those who have come against us will have to face God’s judgment just as…
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May 27, 2013
A 3.1M earthquake struck South Central Oklahoma a few minutes before 3am CST , May 27, 2013.
The earthquake epicenter resides inside a large drilling / pumping / injection operation (frack wells). Nearest frack well is 0.57 miles away (2,900 feet).
M3.1 – 15km ENE of Kingston, Oklahoma 2013-05-27 07:58:22 UTC
- 2013-05-27 07:58:22 UTC
- 2013-05-27 02:58:22 UTC-05:00 at epicenter
- 2013-05-27 02:58:22 UTC-05:00 system time
34.063°N 96.574°W depth=5.0km (3.1mi)
- 15km (9mi) ENE of Kingston, Oklahoma
- 20km (12mi) WNW of Durant, Oklahoma
- 34km (21mi) N of Denison, Texas
- 47km (29mi) N of Sherman, Texas
- 178km (111mi) SSE of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Fracking earthquakes are becoming a REAL problem in Oklahoma, and the southern / western states of Arkansas, Texas, and Colorado.
OK, AR, CO all had 5.0M+ earthquakes in the past 2 years, plus HUNDREDS of smaller earthquakes being felt in the region .
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Spurgeon believed in the power of the Gospel in a “resistant place.” Do you?
In 1851, a young man of only 17 years old went into the small village of Waterbeach, England. He had every reason to try out new-and-improved methods of bringing the Gospel, as one could say that it was one of the “most resistant” places in England. As a young man he had every reason to try out the new theories of the day that would appeal to a youngster like him, and certainly bring in more results. Here is Charles Spurgeon’s own account of what he experienced:
“Did you ever walk through a village notorious for its drunkenness and profanity?
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Oscar winning actor Marion Michael Morrison, better known as John Wayne, was born MAY 26, 1907.
Of Presbyterian Scots-Irish descent, his grandfather, Marion Mitchell Morrison, fought in the Civil War.
John Wayne played football for U.S.C. and worked behind-the-scenes at Fox Studios, before being discovered by director John Ford, who cast him in epic western and war films.
A January 2011 Harris Poll ranked John Wayne third among America’s favorite film stars.
On MAY 26, 1979, Jimmy Carter said:
“I have today approved…a specially struck gold medal to John Wayne.
For nearly half a century, the Duke has symbolized the American ideals of integrity, courage, patriotism, and strength and has represented to the world many of the deepest values that this Nation respects.”
Ronald Reagan said November 5, 1984:
“I noted the news coverage about the death of my friend, John Wayne. One headline read ‘The Last American…
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May 27, 2013 – NEW ORLEANS, LA – Tens of thousands of formosan termites swarmed New Orleans on Wednesday night, leading many people to believe that the apocalypse had struck the city. The termites were attracted to bright and well-lit devices, which included car headlights, homes, and streetlights. The insects were expected to hit at the beginning of May, but it has been an unusually cold few weeks, and they only made their first appearance on Wednesday night. The Formosan termites were introduced to the United States of America from the Far East during World War Two when they were brought over in crates and various wood products. New Orleans normally sees the creatures appear along Lake Pontchartrain and at the naval shipyard in Algiers. These huge swarms gather and stay in the area because they are only able to fly 300 yards in search of a mate. The…
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May 27, 2013– NEW YORK –It’s a snowy Memorial Day weekend for parts of the U.S. On the aptly named Whiteface Mountain in upstate New York, there are at least 34 inches of snow on the ground. What’s that look like? Glad you asked: According to Weather Underground, a couple of other mountain peaks in Vermont reached 18 inches of snow, while some towns with higher elevations clocked in at about 7 inches of snowfall this weekend. To figure out how unusual the snowfall this weekend was, Weather Underground had to go back to 1816: Most famous of all cold and snowy late season events would have to be the infamous 1816 ‘Year without Summer’ when Tambora erupted (1815) and the snowfall in June that occurred in the eastern U.S. and Canada. Between June 6th and June 8th accumulating snow was observed as far south as the…
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