|The Truth Hurts Some People|
|Tuesday, June 8, 2010|
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I try never to get into fights with ugly people because they have nothing to lose. The truth always engenders wrath in the hearts of the ill-informed and the dishonest. This is the case because of men’s negative response to the truth. The same truth that makes some angry, blesses others. It just depends upon how truth is received. The three statements below are true, regardless of man’s response to them:Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000182 EndHTML:0000003926 StartFragment:0000002365 EndFragment:0000003890 SourceURL:file://localhost/Users/computer/Desktop/obits/ruralviewpoints.doc
1. One, abortion kills babies and this is murder.
2. Two, both nature and the Bible condemns same-sex marriage, and those who violate these two laws sin.
3. Three, God is and those who den this truth are fools.
Main is never exonerated because of his relationship to a relative or friend who may have a closer relationship with the Creator than he does. Every person must stand on his own two feet and answer for his actions. We are born individually and we will have to answer for our behavior in the same manner.
The number is legion today who seeks to circumvent the Constitution to justify rejecting the truth. Those who have brought into paganism, which has given birth to materialism, modernism, humanism, and liberalism, feel better when they believe they have successfully used the Constitution to their advantage.
What I write concerning the above is not opinion but facts:
One, abortion kills babies and this is murder.
Two, same-sex marriage is sinful;
And three, there is a God and those who deny it are fools.
All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as self-evident.
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