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Recovering The America We Once Knew PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
In all probability, to ponder the possibility of restoring America to Her once glory is engaging in wishful thinking.
The people of today’s United States are much like the people of Jeremiah’s time: “Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, we will not walk therein,” (Jeremiah 6:16). “We will not walk therein.” That was the problem in that day, and is still the problem today. Man is rebellious, and insists at all costs in having his way.
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Farm Festival PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
So many people, so much help, and a whole lot of fun went into creating a pleasant atmosphere for our fall farm festival. The weather responded well, too, and the maples in the yard changed hues all weekend. We asked “How can we make land and training easily available, and the work fun and profitable, to encourage youth in agriculture?” We had many visitors all weekend long.
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First Grade Students Attend Gay Wedding PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
It was not just another field trip. It was out of the ordinary – a field trip composed of first grade students who were attending their first wedding of a gay couple in San Francisco. Two women were married, and as they left the building where they were married, the children were throwing rice on them. According to their teacher, this was supposed to be a learning experience, subjecting them to an alternate lifestyle. Education is now being employed to change our culture into a paganistic society – one in which all lifestyles are to be accepted.
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Sweet Potato Patch PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
The rain came. I breath a deep sigh of relief, as do the little lettuces. Much of the fall garden hasn’t seen a drop since it was planted, but now you can hear the greens growing. We were hoping to get sweet potatoes dug before the rain and with a little help form our friends, we did.
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The Unmasking Of Error PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Error is not always easily recognized. It is often deceptive. Couple this with the fact that a large segment of American people are so prejudice that they could care less when they are being deceived, and the result is a major catastrophe in the making.
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