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2009-01-20 11:01:45
No, not me...never sinned or fallen short. And I'll have you know that I'm not a heathen yet didn't know what Romans 3:23 was or where it is quoted.
2009-01-20 10:06:33
That 'Amen, brother' was in reponse to the verse of Scripture you cited, Abe...things get kinda mixed around here sometimes..for the benefit of the heathen in our audience, Romans 3:23 says that we've all sinned, and we've all fallen short of the Glory of God...even the best of us...
2009-01-20 10:03:17
It may be wrong according to a particular culture's way of looking at sexual morality, Ms C....but that way may not be the only way, or the right way, or the best way of looking at human sexual behavior and morality...and Lordy, if everybody got divorced when one partner or another had a little fling there'd hardly be any married couples left to raise up the young'uns...and that is, after all, the main thing and the most important thing..
2009-01-20 09:54:30
Amen, brother !
2009-01-20 09:43:16
Romans 3:23
2009-01-20 09:29:27
You're partly right patito. When French President Nicolas Sarkozy was found to be having an affair while married, it made front page news in the US and Canada. My relatives in Europe just shrug their shoulders and considered us very provincial. I'm not Anglo Saxon, but I think it's wrong to have an affair while married. The people should simply get divorced. Often these are the people that preach the bible to us. There were a couple of preachers in the US that were guilty; but not Billy Graham - he was more decent.
2009-01-20 09:14:12
I have a dream.......
2009-01-20 07:02:43
Good Times Patito, Good Times
2009-01-20 05:11:07
Dear Connie, In Liberal land that is perfectly alright. So did Jesse Jackson and John Edwards. It is all forgiven as long as you are not a Republican
2009-01-20 01:26:01
Good photo of a great man..thanks, Abe...it is somewhat ironic that this year MLK Day ( always the 3rd Monday in January ) falls on the 19th, which is Robert E Lee's birthday..that wouldn't happen if Dr. King's Day was actually celebrated on his birthday, which was the 15th of the month...but both were men of great integrity, as well as great moral and physical courage...they'd probably have a good deal of respect for each other, and a lot to talk about...