Dealing Positively with Doubt

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Dealing Positively with Doubt
For reading & meditation – Acts 17
“… they … examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.” (v. 11)

What do we do when we find ourselves assailed by honest doubt? Well, first we must recognize that doubts can be valuable if they motivate us to search deep and long for the answers. Perhaps it was this thought that led Samuel Coleridge to say, “Never be afraid of doubt … if you have the disposition to believe.” Unfortunately, there is very little sympathy given to those who doubt in most evangelical churches. Doubters are about as welcome in some congregations as a ham sandwich in a synagogue! It was because of the lack of concern shown in many churches toward those with honest doubts that two American missionaries, Francis and Edith Schaeffer, set up their ministry in a remote Swiss…

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Mid Day Miscellany ………………

Funny but true?

Freedom Is Just Another Word...

What is the difference between a Cockroach and a Congressman?

The Cockroach has more legs and a larger brain.
What does a snake have in common with a Senator?

They are both cold blooded, speak with a fork tongue and have no balls.

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Time to buy?

Those evil black rifles are not selling as they had been…

So it appears maybe is time to buy one..

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Another lame asswipe, pretending to be a journalist, given a forum at MSNBC (Morons Spouting Nothing But Crap) speaks out..

On why he hates Veteran’s Day!
Wonder how he thinks he won and keeps the right to spew such drivel?

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Caption Contest!!

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In Scotland…

Government says:

We will raise your children..

Your to stupid..

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Well this will cause LIEberals to go into another hate filled, bullshit spewing, feeding frenzy…

Micheal Sams released by the Rams…

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Need a reason to see why…

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Unprecedented: The Truth About ISIS And Why This Terrorist Group Is Different From All Others

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According to the article below, “many Muslim nations are looking at the extreme violence, beheading, crucifixions, etc., of the terrorist organization and realizing it is giving Islam a bad name.” But, if we dig a little deeper, what is giving Islam a “bad name” is not simply what ISIS is doing. It’s what Islam is teaching. According to the Qur’an, a true Muslim is one who pursues, fights against, strives against, is ruthless against, sieges, slays, beheads, strikes fear into the hearts of, and terrorizes non-Muslims in order to be victorious over them by either converting them to Islam or, if they refuse, destroying them. Even the “prophet” of Islam himself — who the Qur’an calls an “excellent example to follow” in Sura 33:21 — said that he was made “victorious with terror” (Hadith, Bukhari 2977). As such, if ISIS is not representing true Islam, then who today is most…

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Report: Muslims Behead Six-Year-Old Boy Because He Was … A Christian

More blessings from the religion of peace.

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Qur’an Sura 8:12b, “… terrorize and behead those who believe in scriptures other than the Qur’an.”

Matthew 10:28, “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.”

John 16:2b-3, “… the time is coming when those who kill you will think they are doing a holy service for God. This is because they have never known the Father or Me.”

Filled With The Spirits Of Demons Filled With The Spirits Of Demons

By Brownie Marie, Christian Today…

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Mundane Movements: Parking Lots, Part 2, Exiting the Store, Loading your Vehicle, and Going Home

Always think tactically. Condition Yellow at all times, folks.

Growing Up Guns

After our shopping is done and we tuck that impulse bought stuffed animal in with the little one, it’s time to go from the relative safety of the store back out into the world. We can break this down into phases and have plans for each phase of getting back to the car. We have to leave the store, walk to the car, unload the groceries, load the baby, get ourselves in the car, and drive away. Each of these phases will afford us unique options for maneuver and tactics. I’ll list the phases, and in a later post discuss some of the tactics we can use in case things start going sideways.

Before we coast back through the front door towards our perfectly parked car, there’s a few things I’d like you to do:

  1. Stop. Put your receipt away, put your wallet back in your pocket, and be in the moment.
  2. Hang up…

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Using pepper spray effectively

One more tool to carry. Know how to use it.

tacticalprofessor

The second class I attended at Paul-E-Palooza 2 was OC and “less-lethal” for CCW folks given by Lt. Chuck Haggard of the Topeka Police Department. There was a little humor about the class title because to many attendees, ‘OC’ means Open Carry rather than Oleoresin Capsicum. As a result Chuck had to explain he was talking about pepper spray.

Chuck has extensive training and experience with pepper spray. He is a National instructor for the National Law Enforcement Training Center and an Adjunct instructor for Strategos International.  He has also been featured as a guest on Ballistic Radio. Chuck stated that he has been sprayed with OC about 60 times, in the training context, and has sprayed somewhere around 1000 people. Most of his sprayees are Police Cadets since his department has a mandatory exposure to OC policy for its officers.

I wanted to take the class because…

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