Sheriff Says 911 is not your best option
Greg, John, and Pat discuss the most recent Sheriff in the United States statement that 911 is not your best option. Wisconsin Sheriff, David Clarke Jr., in a 30 second commercial said that safety is no longer a spectator sport. “You can beg for mercy from a violent criminal, hide under the bed, or you can fight back… Consider taking a certified safety course in handling a firearm so you can defend yourself until we get there.” They continue to discuss how this is a trend that has started across the country from Detroit, Camden, California, and now Wisconsin. Police departments are struggling to provide protection to their citizens. We are seeing the fulfillment of prophesy of what God has foretold, furthering evidence of a nation that needs to turn back to God with the church leading the way.
Careful, Careful before you pick up that Stone to throw it
Greg, John, and Pat discuss the Boys Scouts organization alleged lift of banning gay’s from entering, according to CBN. They continue to discuss how many in the church have become blind to their own sin. The question we need to ask is what would Jesus do? We need perspective on this. When Jesus came he didn’t come to change what was going on with the Roman government. He loved on people, taught the truth, and then people where able to leave a life of sin. He was amongst them. He dealt with the religious leaders of the day because they were professing they knew God and they didn’t. Today many Christians are attacking, criticizing, and pointing fingers at those in sin all the while the church is in gross sin itself. How can we stand on a religious soap box saying Gay marriage is wrong when 50 % of Christian marriages are ending in divorce, addicted to internet pornography, and 81 percent of professing believers don’t even read their Bibles according to George Barna. Sin is sin. The question is, how can we be critical of those who have sinned and don’t know God when those who claim to know God refuse to deal with their sin. It’s time to deal with the pole in our eyes before dealing with the speck in others.
If Jesus had a Facebook
Greg, John, and Pat discuss the idea what it would have been like if Jesus had a Facebook. They go along Jesus’ life as he would have chronicled and post things on his Facebook. From the time he was unknown, to when he was widely known, to a time that no one wanted to know Him. This is a riveting journey that keeps you listening to what happens next. Some things you may know and some things you will be surprised to know but at the end you will know what it would have been like if Jesus had a Facebook.