Words Matter, Redux

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  1. So true. Amen

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  2. I would think as Christians rather than publicly criticize a person,we would intercede and pray for them. Stand in the gap for them. Is that not how we do for others that we believe have done wrong. Its interesting that Jesus had very little to say about politics. Heaven help us if God decides now is the time to judge us. If God is not judging then why are we. I believe we will find that Jesus had names for these people that did this. Instead lets pray for one another and be encouragers. This is a old trick the enemy uses to lure folks that have long allowed passions to out weigh spirit led thinking. Just my two cents. Thank you for allowing me to comment Susan..

    Much love Tom

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    1. Oh, I have been praying, Tom.
      I just thought it was a perfect example of what I was writing about yesterday.

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      1. Christlike is our goal. I love your heart Susan. Passion is good. If it glorifies God. We are mentoring others unknown to you and me. So many times, I have been judgemental instead of praying. Could you imagine what Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump could do if they set a Christian example and where sold out to Jesus.

        Much love Tom

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      2. Oh, that has been my prayer, Tom.
        I truly could imagine the loveliness of that.
        Thank you so much for this comment, Tom. This is exactly what we need.
        Bless you. ❤

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  3. He’s just awful, Susan. Whatever criticisms may be levelled on politicians from across the spectrum, here, there and everywhere, he seems to embody them all. Praying for you all (we all) that he never crosses the threshold of the White House.

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    1. I hope mothers and fathers of daughters really consider this new ad. Thank you for your prayers – we need them.

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      1. I hope so too, Susan.x

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