SpeakOut 12/26

Friday, December 26, 2003

Call 471-6636

Someone called in a SpeakOut which was printed on Dec. 21 saying they had Indian artifacts for sale. I collect Indian artifacts and was interested in your comment. When I called the phone number in the paper, the person who answered said it must be a wrong number because he did not call SpeakOut. Please call SpeakOut with the correct number so I can call you.

Now Mr. Dean is saying that just because Saddam is captured, Bush cannot claim victory over terrorism. Mr. Dean, if you keep shoving that foot in your mouth, you're going to choke to death. That may be the best thing for you. I'll vote for Sharpton before you, and I'd shoot myself before voting for Sharpton. Save your money and go home, loser!

In response to the Sexual Preference posted in Friday's paper. This is from a Billy Graham Website. You can read more of what the Bible says at this Website here : http://billygraham.org/qna/qna.asp?i=479 Does the Bible approve of some homosexual relationships? In chapters 1 and 2 of the Book of Genesis, the Bible provides God's blueprint for marriage and for His good gift of sex. The gift is only to be enjoyed within a marriage between a man and a woman. There are no exceptions suggested, such as homosexual partnerships. From Genesis on, the Bible praises the marriage of a man and a woman, but it speaks only negatively of homosexual behavior whenever it is mentioned. The Old Testament states, "Do not lie with a man as one lies with a woman; that is detestable" (Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13). The New Testament agrees, listing "homosexual offenders" among a list of people who "will not inherit the kingdom of God" unless they are cleansed through Christ (1 Corinthians 6:9-11). Other passages are Genesis chapter 19; Romans 1:18-32; 1 Timothy 1:8-11; and Jude verse 7. However, it is important to note that the Bible speaks only of homosexual behavior (which would include lust - choosing to fantasize about behavior), not unchosen feelings. God will not judge a Christian guilty for his or her involuntary feelings.