Posts filed under ‘Life in America’
America is a country that is being profoundly attacked from within. The fact that there is a very good possibility that a statue of Baphomet is being constructed and may very well be placed in front of the Oklahoma State House is not only perplexing, but grieving. There is no excuse for it and the only reason that can be offered is that America has sunk to this point through a constant posture of pushing God away.
Today’s Israel has but a small part of all the Land that God set aside for them. Even now, Arab nations (along with the UN and politicians in America and elsewhere) want Israel to give up even more of her Land to make way for a Palestinian State. God will have none of that. It is His Land and He gave it to Israel. He will fulfill His promises to Israel by making sure they enjoy all of their Land at some point in the future.
I’m hopeful Martins wins his case and frankly, I really don’t care what his beliefs are regarding this matter. Anyone in America should have the right to say what they want to say and express their opinion. It shouldn’t matter if that person is for or against a politician, a believer or an atheist, straight or homosexual. It simply should not matter because the 1st Amendment is there for everyone and it was purposefully not limited or restricted by our Founding Fathers. They seemed to know what they were doing.
At any rate, a few moments later, a HERO pulled up. HERO stands for Highway Emergency Response Operators and you can reach them by dialing 511 in Georgia. I went to the passenger side of their truck and the gentleman inside asked me what the problem was with my vehicle. I told him I was completely out of gas. He said they would give us a gallon of gas so I could get to the next exit and fill up.
During the time I taught in public schools (roughly 10 years), I saw all types of teachers. I saw excellent to crappy and everything in the middle. It was an eye-opening experience, to say the least. I saw one male teacher who simply used lesson plans that were at least 12 years old with each new class. He changed nothing. It didn’t matter the type of student he had. He taught the same way using the same materials. Do you know how easy his life was because of that?