Monthly Archives: October 2019
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OPERATION KAYLA MUELLER: On October 26, 2019, approximately fifty U.S. soldiers assigned to Delta Force and the 75th Ranger Regiment flew into Idlib, Syria on six MH-60 Blackhawk helicopters. The Special Operations soldiers isolated the target compound and engaged in a brief firefight with enemy forces.
Al-Baghdadi grabbed his three children and ran into a dead-end tunnel where he detonated a suicide vest he had been wearing, killing himself and the children.
“He died after running into a dead-end tunnel, whimpering and crying and screaming,” Trump said. “The thug who tried so hard to intimidate others spent his last moments in utter fear, panic and dread – terrified of the American Forces bearing down.” Continue reading
My latest update from the campaign trail.
SHADE: Sneering expression of disgust with or contempt for someone.
CHRISTIANS DON’T JUST HAVE TO FORGIVE: We also have to apologize – I hate confrontation, but my pastor had really hurt my feelings and I thought I should tell him how I felt. I remember screwing up my courage to MAX and going him, saying what I had to say as calmly as I could and asking for an apology.
He crossed his arms, tipped his head back, looked down his nose at me and said, “I don’t have to apologize for anything. You’re a Christian. You just have to forgive me.”
That felt so WRONG, but I couldn’t answer him. So I set out on a Bible study and found a definitive answer, straight from Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount.
“Therefore, if you bring your gift to the altar, and there recall that your brother has anything against you, leave your gift there at the altar, go first and be reconciled with your brother, and then come and offer your gift.” – Matt 5:23-24
Sadly, I have never once heard a single teaching or homily on this. I’m thinking maybe people miss the significance of this passage because it says “be reconciled with” instead of “apologize and make amends to.”
It seems to get interpreted as “you have to forgive your brother before you come to the altar.” Now that may be true also, but it’s not what Jesus was saying.
Forgiving is something you do to a person who has harmed you. A person who has something against you is someone you have harmed. That means you need to seek out the person you harmed and apologize and make amends before going to the altar.
And when you think you know what to do, pray, because you might be wrong.
From The Babylon Bee.
HOLLYWOOD, CA—Times have changed in Hollywood since the early days, and no one is learning that lesson harder than industry veteran Donald Duck. Multiple sources have accused him of walking onto movie sets throughout his career without wearing any pants.
Multiple images and videos have emerged supporting these accusations.
“He used to just wander in, yell unintelligibly and get mad at everyone, and then storm off,” said one crew member who worked with Duck in “Donald’s Dilemma.” “And yeah, the whole time he’d be naked from the waist down. I mean, granted, it was a different time, but yeah, looking back, it was really inappropriate.”
SPYGATE: [4:39] – The U.S. Department of Justice’s administrative review into the origins of the Russia investigation has shifted into being a criminal investigation.
That means subpoenas, a grand jury and possible criminal charges.