Those folks engaged in all that’s odious to give America a terrible image. How they bask in those acts as successes beats anyone with reason and love for America.


What about her Father and the dossier?

John McCain Suspected of Leaking ‘Trump Dossier’ To Media
by Jeff Dunetz | Jul 11, 2017

Two lawsuits have raised the possibility that Senator John McCain (R-AZ) a man who probably never heard of former President Ronald Reagan’s “11th commandment” was involved with leaking the “Trump Dossier,” to the mainstream media. The dossier was the fraudulent 35-page document leaked to CNN and published in full by BuzzFeed a few weeks before the Inauguration.

Eventually proven bogus, but when leaked the document was said to have “revealed” ties between Team Trump and Russia, as well as some unsavory activity between the future president and Russian prostitutes. Of course Anyone who has researched President Trump knows that he is a bit of a germaphobe, just based on that alone, one will realized that Trump would never do some of the unsavory activity with described in…

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Every uttered word exerts an influence, every action involves a train of responsibility. No one can live to himself in this world, even if he would. Each one forms a part of the great web of humanity, and through our individual threads of influence we are linked to the universe. 

Christ used his influence to draw men to God, and he left us an example of the way in which we should speak and act. A person who is molded by the Spirit of God will know how to speak a “word in season to him that is weary,” and will realize the highest human blessedness, the joy of imparting to others the precious treasures of the wisdom and grace of Christ. But those who permit themselves to be controlled by the enemy of all good will speak words which should never be uttered.

Psalm 1:1: Blessed is the man that walketh not in…

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Romans 11:16-21

Arlin Sorensen's Thoughts on Scripture

In Romans 11:16-21 Paul paints a picture based on the fact that those who were early believers were mostly Jewish – the apostles and most of the writers of the Bible. And if the conversion of those patriarchs or early Christians is good, then it is good for all who come to know the Messiah and become part of that tree. “If the dough offered as firstfruits is holy, so is the whole lump, and if the root is holy, so are the branches.” We are not made holy in our own efforts or by our own work. We are made holy as we are connected to the One who is holy and allow His shed blood to cleanse us from all sin.

It is the root of Jesus that makes us holy. With the picture of the tree and the branches, Paul reminds the Gentile Christians that…

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