Sunday, November 6, 2016

The Liberal Polls Prove that Trump Will Win, The Truth Is In The Internals

I don't post often to this blog, but I needed to get this shared and this is the best venue I have to do so with. This is long, but if you read it all you will understand why I believe trump will be the next President.

I'm only grabbing information for the polls above that are questionable to help you understand why RCP's average is wrong. Mostly you will see how the pollsters over-sampled Democrats, Independents, and women on most of these polls. In the poll below. the NBC/Wall Street poll below they actually interviewed 50% Obama voters ij 2012 and only 35% of those who voted for Romney in 2012. 

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

The Fear Of God Is The Beginning Of Knowledge

Solomon was blessed with much wisdom and knowledge which allowed him to discover many things about the world around him.  He is credited with writing the book of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon in which he shared the wisdom and knowledge God had blessed him with.  He was so admired by all the kings and queens of other countries that they sought out his wisdom and paid tribute to him.  Like Solomon, we too can better understand the world God created for us if we truly desire to.

It has always been my belief that everyone should try and learn something new everyday.
It is something that I learned from an American history professor when I was in college.  She told the class that the more you know the more you know you do not know, and the day you stop learning is the day you give up on living.  So I have strove to learn all I can, but I have done so with the understanding that all knowledge comes from God. 

Monday, February 29, 2016

Barabas, Me, & You, Are All Scapegoats

Like our sin that goes away never to be brought up again by God, so too is Barabbas to history. Neither the Christian nor the Jewish writings ever mention Barabbas again. Like our sins, he is never to be heard from again. I guess, like the scapegoat which was released into the desert or wilderness to never be seen again, so to is Barabbas and our sins to God.

The word scapegoat means something entirely opposite from what it meant at the writing of our King James Bible. The word is used most often, I would suppose, in sports media today. It is used when a particular player or coach is being blamed for a team's poor performance in a game or season. The person receiving the brunt of the blame game is called the scapegoat. The rest of the team is free from blame and the scapegoat is blamed as the reason for a lack of success.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

The Bible

I have read many books throughout my life, but none have given me the knowledge and comfort I receive from the Bible.Throughout my life I have used many different versions of the Word, many of which are still in my library to this day. For the last 10 years I have been using my NKJV, and while it is the most worn, I still find myself dragging one of the others out from time to time. I found the following piece while looking up other things, and thought I would share it.