A Simple Prayer That Says Oh, So Much!

For this National Day of Thanksgiving 2015 – any and every day, yes we should, but especially on that day…

For food where many walk in hunger;

For faith where many walk in fear;

For friends where many walk alone;

We give you thanks O Lord.

Robert Duvall in Seven Days In Utopia

What else do you have to be thankful for?  Let us know in the comments below!

Bare Bones Gospel

For food where many walk in hunger;

For faith where many walk in fear;

For friends where many walk alone;

We give you thanks O Lord.

Robert Duvall in Seven Days In Utopia

What else do you have to be thankful for?  Let us know in the comments below!

View original post


A Simple Prayer That Says Oh, So Much! | Bare Bones Gospel

We are so blessed!

For this National Day of Thanksgiving 2015. Any and every day, yes we should, but especially on that day…

For food where many walk in hunger;

For faith where many walk in fear;

For friends where many walk alone;

We give you thanks O Lord.

Robert Duvall in Seven Days In Utopia

What else do you have to be thankful for?  Let us know in the comments below!

Source: A Simple Prayer That Says Oh, So Much!

Forget Left Field, This is in another ball park it is so far out there!, Uncategorized

In This World Today, September 19, 2014 Parents Beware ; and a MAJOR CBS Faux Pas

Parents Beware

The sad truth of the times.  Think about this, though, and remember it:

Original post can be seen on Facebook  here

I feel this is an exaggeration but close enough to beware.  Believe me, you are not so important that everyone needs to know your exact location everywhere you go.  Trust me.




CBS Sports Rejects Ad Featuring Child Reciting Pledge Of Allegiance As ‘Too Political’

Do you think a four-year-old girl reciting the Pledge of Allegiance is terribly offensive?


Apparently, CBS Sports Network does.

The national cable sports network rejected a 30-second television advertisement from Windermere Real Estate that shows company owner Dave Retter’s adorable granddaughter delivering the pledge with her hand over her heart.

CBS Sports said the ad was “too political” to air during the network’s upcoming broadcast of the Wrangler Champions Challenge rodeo.

“If you find that offensive, you are totally out of touch with the rest of the country,” Tucker Carlson said on Fox and Friends Weekend today.

“You would have to be an out-of-touch network executive to believe that is political. Political on behalf of what? What is she advocating?”

The Tri-City Herald reported:

The event is part of a commitment to increase the popularity of rodeo. The made-for-TV series began in 2013, featuring 10 top competitors nationwide in each of the seven events and the sport’s best livestock.

“We just thought it’s around Sept. 11, Patriot Day, and rodeo is as patriotic a sport as it comes,” Retter told the Herald. “We’ve had so many positive responses, we felt it would be fun to run something positive.”

Jordan Bradley, a contact between local officials and the network, emailed fair director Lori Lancaster on Thursday, saying CBS Sports rejected the ad because of its “political nature.”

This was the first time Dave Praino, co-owner of PS Media, has had an issue like this with one of his client’s ads.

“It’s amazing,” he said. “I’m still trying to scratch my head to figure out what’s political about the Pledge of Allegiance.”

Praino tried to get answers from CBS Sports, but has not heard back. “We can’t even get a return phone call,” he said.

CBS Sports representatives also did not return messages left by the Herald Thursday afternoon.

Retter wanted to run the commercial, called “Our Future,” during the rodeo instead of promoting his company. It is one of two local businesses to sponsor the broadcast, along with the fair.

“Who cares about buying a home in Kennewick on national TV?” he explained.”    Link to original article

You can watch this precious  little girl here


~Today and everyday~


'9-11 We Remember!' National Museum of the Mar...

‘9-11 We Remember!’ National Museum of the Marine Corps Triangle (VA) 2012 (Photo credit: Ron Cogswell)

Our thoughts and prayers are with those that lost someone on that fateful day.  We, the people of America, remember.  We remember not just what was done, but who did it.

What ever happened to this:

Toby Keith- Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue (The Angry American)

or this:

American Eagle Sharpening It's Talons

or this:




or this:

Instead we have this:


The President of the United States of America does NOT  bow to anyone.  Why?  Bowing is a sign of submission.  We, the United States of America, submit to no other nation.

In remembrance of all those that lost their lives that fateful day:

Alan Jackson – Where Were You by rawestern

For all of those that lost someone on 911 and wonder where G-d was:

911 Silent Night (I Was There) from onfire4Christ7777 on GodTube.

And so you will know you are not alone: The whole country grieves with you.  And has, since that 9 11.

Let me leave you with this:

1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
(13) But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others which have no hope.
(14) For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.
(15) For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep.
(16) For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:
(17) Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.
(18) Wherefore comfort one another with these words.



In the world today 9/1/2014. Sometimes 2 + 2 just = 4.

PLEASE take 2 minutes to watch this video.  This was done in the U.K.  Yes, ENGLAND!  I am not sure how current, but it is definitely still relevant.

I knew that in England there are two courts: one for regular Brits, and a separate one for Muslims.

I did not realize that England was this bowed to the Muslims, though.

Sounds like what obama wants for the U. S.   Is it possible he is no longer working for the American people at all, but for the radical Islamist agendas?

Other countries have a plan and alerts for ISIS attacks in their countries, yet obama has no plan at all.  And America and Israel are their top two enemies.
I had not thought of it like this:

England is going through it and soon America will be in this same struggle… Do You Know How Many Muslim’s live in America? OVER 5,000,000 MILLION ….. And rule of thumb is that 10% are radical… Equaling … 500,000 … that’s Half a Million… 5% would 1/4 of Million … 250,000 … 2 1/2% would be 125,000 that would be a considerable radical group at 2 1/2% …. 1% would be 100,000.. that’s a pretty large possilbe terrorist group wouldn’t you say? …. JUST THINK WHAT 19 DID ARMED ONLY WITH BOX CUTTERS ON 9/11/01 .. AND 2 BROTHERS DID WITH A PRESSURE COOKER IN THE BOSTON MARATHON….  Originally posted by Avis Hill on Facebook

I have one question for you now:  Did you vote for obama, and if so do you still support him?

Just My Opines, Uncategorized, WHY did we not know?

In The World Today 8/23/2014

I have had most of this written for several days and was very hesitant to post it, but I feel like now is the appropriate time to say something about the Ferguson shooting.

First and foremost I want to tell all those involved that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

The facts are still coming in, so no definites about the shooting are known yet.

Now, here are the facts as I know them on the situation:

A. Michael Brown

  •  We know Michael Brown was a bully and a criminal.
    •  I am sorry, but it is true.  Surveillance video  and the store clerk account prove this.
    • This means that he was not a nice person, aka he was plain old  mean.
    • Michael Brown had no police record.
      • This does not mean that he had never broken the law, only that he had not been caught if he had.
  • Michael Brown was a very large man at 6 ft. 4 in. and 300+ pounds.
    • It would not take much for his actions to be interpreted as aggressive, even if he was not actively trying to head-butt the police officer.
  • Michael Brown had already assaulted the officer while he was still in his patrol car.  And had also tried to get his gun!
  • Michael Brownwas unarmed, but Officer Wilson did not know that.
    • Officer Wilson did not see a weapon, but that did not mean that there was not a knife or gun somewhere on Michael’s person.

B. Officer Darren Wilson

  • Officer Wilson is a decorated 6 year veteran of the Police Force.
  • He has never had any disciplinary action taken against him.
  • There has never been any instances nor indications of racial profiling or racism with Officer Wilson.
  • By all accounts, Officer Wilson is a good, honest, hardworking man who is truly serving the community as an officer of the law.


Looking at the knowns of the case, looking at the different witness’s reports, and looking at it from the police man’s perspective, which is how the Supreme Court said is how it should be done, if Brown did in fact assault and try to attack Officer Wilson, I can understand his shooting him.  Why did Officer Wilson not “tase” him?   There could have been any number of reasons.  Maybe he felt so threatened he believed that he could not afford to take the chance and this man not stop.  Maybe he did not have time to reset the taser to the higher voltage that it would have taken to stop a man of Brown’s size.  I just don’t know.  But, neither do you.


This is what upsets, confuses, and angers so many not of the black community.

  • WHY are so many members of the black community of Ferguson destroying their own city?
  • WHY are they hurting themselves, their cause, and their community by acting this way?
  • WHY do the members of the black community never say a word when a black man shoots another black man?
  • WHY do they scream “Justice for ___________” (fill in the blank with the name of the black man shot by a white man), and start demanding justice for the slain person even before they know if he brought the shooting on.
  • WHY is this happening so often  in so many communities around the country: Exact same scenes, just different cities.

Whenever a life is lost it is a tragedy.  It does not matter how mean or low-down the person was,  if they were the nicest person in town, nor does it matter if  their skin color is red, yellow, blue, black, green, or white.  They more than likely left a mother, a father, a brother, sister, wife, someone who will mourn them.

I am terribly sorry for everyone involved in this situation, when and wherever it happens.


1. I know it is hard to remember the dead’s faults, but to call Michael Brown “a gentle giant”, as done during his funeral… Perhaps that is what his family saw, but the people he strong armed and assaulted in the store he robbed saw an entirely different person.  As did Office Wilson who, according to some reports, he assaulted while still in his patrol car, grabbed for his gun, and tried to head-butt Officer Wilson, who eventually shot him.

My question here, as the parent of just an exceptional grown man, is why did he think it was alright for him to steal and abuse other people?  What did his parents teach him as he was growing up?  I know many will disagree with me on this being a cause of later behavior, but what movies did he watch and what video games did he play?  Did they portray characters that go around stealing, killing, rapeing (intentional misspelling so you will know I mean rape and not rap) the other characters?  Then what do you expect?  If this is how the military desensitize  soldiers so they will kill without hesitating, why on earth would any parent want their children to be like that?  Yet they have no problem buying 8 and 9 year old children these games even though they are clearly marked “M” for mature audiences.  In case anyone does not understand, that means it is for adults only, not also.

2. To the people of Ferguson, rioting and looting is not the way to fix anything.  Destroying your city is not the answer!!!!!

We all want justice done.  To the black community of Ferguson demanding justice for Michael Brown:  Why not just justice?  What if plain justice proves Michael was attacking Officer Wilson and that Officer Wilson was in the right in using deadly force to stop a perpetrator that was not resisting arrest, but actually intending physical harm to him?  Will you still accept justice then?

In past incidents, the answer was no.

I hate to say it, but I see a lot of bigotry here, but it is on the side of the black community who says that the police profile them.  Could your actions in Chattanooga, TN, Sanford, Florida and Ferguson, Missouri among others, have anything to do with it?  What would happen if you were to peacefully protest?  NOT tear up the city?  Actually wait for all the details?  What would happen then?

To the people of Ferguson, Missouri, I am so sorry that this happened.  I am not saying to sit idly by and do nothing, BUT the way that you are behaving is not the answer.  It will help no one and do no good.  Please stop it!  Take a clue from Jesse Jackson.  He saw nothing there that warranted his being there, so he left.  Al Sharpton and the others still there antagonizing this situation are there for the wrong reasons.  PLEASE stop listening to them.  And PLEASE stop tearing up your beautiful city and stealing from innocent business owners.  This only adds fuel to the flames for those that are against you.

I truly do not understand this mindset!  One thing I do understand, though: Prayer changes things.  Perhaps that would be a more productive thing to do.

I am praying for the truth to come out, either way, and peace to Ferguson, Missouri.  And may it happen soon.

But, those are just my opines.


DISCLAIMER:  Lest anyone say that I am racist, don’t know what I am talking about, or some other such nonsense, let me assure you that I do.  I lived in Chattanooga during the race riots there, and remember them vividly.  It was horrible and horrifying.

I have absolutely nothing against blacks as a race.  I have always had very dear friends that were of color.  I would have dated a man of color had there not been others in my family that would have had a fit.

Let me just add that if anyone is against biracial marriages stating Biblical causes, you are so far off of the mark:

  • When G-d said that we were to not mix “kind” (, he meant species, not human race.  If he had meant different nationalities or what we call races, He would have used the word “ethnos”.
  • When He said not to be unequally yoked, he meant a believer in Christ with a non-believer.
  • When He told the Israelites not to marry outside their Kingdom, it was so they would not be pulled away from their beliefs.  It had absolutely nothing to do with skin color.
  • It is so sad, but I believe there will be people who are so shocked that in Heaven there are not separate sections for blacks, whites, Jews, or Baptists, Pentecostals, Catholics.  There are some whole denominations that I question their getting to stay because of their beliefs being so far from the Word.  Only He knows that, though!
  • Moses, whom G-d chose to deliver the Israelis from Egyptian slavery, and was a great prophet of G-d, married Zipporah, who was Ethiopian.  The Ethiopians are a beautiful people with extremely dark skin.  And G-d did not mind one little bit.  In fact, when Merriam, Moses’ sister, did not like her, and spoke against Moses because of her, Merriam was struck with leprosy.  Sounds like G-d did not like that at all.  Merriam speaking against Moses, not Moses marrying “outside his race”.

I think I have proven my point:  Bigoted?  ME?  No way!  So don’t even go there with me!