It’s all about the place

Some pics are worth a rerun, but now in a different context.

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But Helen Reddy while sounding poetic, had it wrong. The lioness may roar, and nobody would  challenge the point about the special place of  ‘woman,’ but ahem, men and women are somewhat different in case the memo was lost.

Some animals are fearless and majestic, others cautious and wise, others solitary or quiet; a testament to the Creator, for male and female created He them.  Not better, but different.

Is there any question, is there any doubt as to which is the masculine lion? Could the female in her wildest dreams ever become that king of beasts? The better question: why would she want to?  There is a song: ‘It’s all about the bass.’ No, ‘It’s all about the place.’

It is being comfortable in the skin given to one at birth. It is being content in the place of difference.  It is all about not rewriting what the hand of nature’s God has dealt.

(By the way, this is what makes so-called gender changes so bizarre, as if a male lion could somehow concede his nature, power, and image)

Don’t you admire the genius of God in the stunning difference between masculine and feminine? The shape of the body and face, the size of the mouth, the size of the head and thickness or thinness of the neck, the pitch of the voice, the mane, the beard, the habits, the distinct gait, the strength of the paw or hands, the natural pride,  the desire to protect, seek, or hunt, and the response to act simply as it was created.

Then there are the countless  other maternal or paternal differences, the mother with the newborn, the instinct to give life and limb for the young which does not diminish through the years; the nurture and discipline, the 24/7 on call motherhood, building a house, making a home, instruction in righteousness, impartation of a work ethic, the learning of trades,  and the hundreds of thousands of things that make men and women different. Not better. Different. Everything in its place.

Then there are the emotional, mental, and spiritual differences between the sexes which I say, others more qualified have addressed.

That grin by the turtle is envied by the bullet proof ammo of the rhino. The long neck of the giraffe is coveted by the field mouse which in turn the giraffe would love to be able to hide in a log. All things in their place. But the place for male and female? As distinct and near, but apart as the sun is from the moon.

God created man, and outside of a Creator, there is zero explanation for woMan. None. Zippo. Zilch. May I repeat and add further: There is NO explanation for man and woman apart from a Creator, as a non thinking entity could not conceive of life, let alone gender distinctions. Life begets life, and all springs from hope eternal.

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And the woman, well, she is kind of obvious. But ah, what makes the woman different from the lioness?  Aside from lacking a few extra limbs and a hide, how about a hint:  image.  And herein dwells the inescapable answer to all the excuses, petty ideas, and dark lies of man.

There is a full frontal and insidious attempt TODAY to corrupt the image of man. You doubt it?How many times have you asked: ‘Is that a man or a woman?’ The blur is purposeful and caters to this thing called lukewarmness or ‘cultural shift,’ masquerading as progress, whereby masculinity is castrated, femininity is mocked, and the unique ‘place’ of each is out-of-place, kinda like a pelican in the wilderness.

The in your face truth of the blending of the sexes with a view to weaken both, is undeniable, blatant, and pathetically getting worse. The male lion and the lioness are NOT the same. They are perfectly beautiful in their distinctions.

The strutting tom seeking the attention of the hen; the antlered buck roaming the fields looking for the doe; the mother with her ducklings, the pair of doves spending their days; the mother and father with children as a family, all giving testimony to the genius of nature’s God, for male and female created He them. And oh by the way: He made the stars also.

God made the kinds, yes, but only man was created in His image;  And everything in its place. Case closed.

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54 Responses to It’s all about the place

  1. Wally Fry says:

    He breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and man became a living soul. Any questions?

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    • ColorStorm says:

      So there we go W, another reminder that our very breath is on loan to us.

      Just yesterday, in these parts, three more ‘surrendered’ that last breath.

      Then there is the final resting Place, which is really temporary.

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  2. Planting Potatoes says:

    well written as usual – “they will call evil good and good evil”

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  3. Ahh, perfect words, ColorStorm. The whole thing strikes me as kind of sad. Would you take a beautiful lion and surgically try to transform them into a zebra? I hope not, because that would be downright cruel and serve no purpose for either the lion or the zebra. Man I imagine, might feel some kind of pride over his perceived power to manipulate creation, but pride is such an empty victory and it leaves so much collateral damage in it’s wake.

    People speak of those who transform themselves as having great courage, but I can only see the attempted murder of a little boy, so rejected and broken, he cannot even see his own worth and value in his own skin. Vultures don’t love, they circle around trying to pluck pieces of flesh off of him. Arrgggg…..

    God however, is good and knows us better than we know our own selves. He already knows where we try to go and why, and He loves us anyway. That’s some powerful love, I tend to get irritated with us daily 😉

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Your ‘great courage,’ is spot on. Sounds familiar……….. 😉 but the vultures! Great thought and image insanitybytes22.

      Your last line needs highlighted and i wish they who continually find opposition with us see this.

      ‘I get irritated with us.’ Yes, we include ourselves as not being the creme del a creme of humanity, but not shrinking from the God of Heaven, which gives your points that much more credibility.

      Back to your zebra under the knife……….you would have a lion with laryngitis, or a zebra who is a pariah.

      For the record, I think the lioness is one mighty fine and beautiful creature………… 😉

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      pride is such an empty victory and it leaves so much collateral damage in it’s wake” – I KNOW! I’ll bet it could even cause a creator to get angry and drown everybody when they didn’t turn out like he’d envisioned! Of course, planting that tree in the middle of the garden was, in hindsight, probably not the best idea d’jour – I’ll bet he’d really like a do-over on THAT one –!

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      • Au contrare, Arch. God doesn’t have any pride because pride is always the flip side of shame and shame is always the result of knowing we fell short, we are unworthy. God is God, He cannot fall short, only we can. God is the very measure of perfection itself.

        I like how you try to blame the fall and the flood on God and not man, a God you do not even believe in. Now that’s rational.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          I like how you try to blame the fall and the flood on God and not man, a God you do not even believe in.” – Oh, I don’t – I blame those who believe the mythology, who believe that their god had no choice but to drown everyone – how omnipotent is that?

          Your use of the word, “bytes” is obviously a play on words, I get that, but it would also imply you know something about computers – there are many who wouldn’t have a clue as to what a “byte” was. If so, then you might be aware that much of computer code – the written instructions that tell a computer what to do – is written using an “if, then” algorythm. “If” the computer user does such and such, “then” the computer is instructed to execute one given scenario – if the user chooses a different option, a different scenario is followed, etc. So my criticism is similarly based – “if” your god made a certain rule, “then” he is responsible for deciding the punishment for violating it. That can range from a simple, “Tsk, tsk,” to an event involving horrible annhilation. Which option he CHOOSES to employ, tells us a great deal about him. So my condemnation is not of your god – which as you rightfully suggest, I don’t believe exists – it’s of those who can believe that such a wanton destruction of human life actually happened, and still call their deity “merciful.”

          It’s the believers, not the god, for whom I have no respect. Believers who can’t see that stories like that, plagiarized from an actual Mesopotamian flood that covered only an area about the size of three counties, were written by anonymous authors to frighten the superstitious, Bronze Age population into abiding by the rules these men had set down and claimed were mandated by their god.

          PS – I was recently asked by one who shall remain anonymous, much like the majority of the Bible’s authors, what I thought of you. In an effort to be kind, I simply replied that I thought you were “aptly-named.” FYI.

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        • “I blame those who believe the mythology…”

          Well Arch, as terrible as you think I am, try to imagine how much worse I’d be if I believed I answered to no one and had no standards to try and live up to.

          It’s almost humorous. You think I’m insane now? Oh, you should see me without Christ’s grace, mercy, and loving guidance. Now that’s some scary stuff 😉

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          If that’s what it takes to keep you from chewing through the bars, then you go, girl!

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        • Thank you, Arch. Now see, Christianity does serve a vital purpose in the world. Just don’t get your fingers to close to my cage and I promise not to bite them off.

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        • Ashley says:

          insanitybytes22,
          “Well Arch, as terrible as you think I am, try to imagine how much worse I’d be if I believed I answered to no one and had no standards to try and live up to.”
          In other words, the only reason I am good, is because I believe in God. If it wasn’t for that belief, I’d be a much worse person. I need God to tell me how to act good or morally. I need the punishment/reward, the bribe/threat system to keep me in line.
          Congratulations. You must be very proud of yourself.

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        • “You must be very proud of yourself.”

          So says the Boastful Blasphemer?

          I actually do not need the reward/punishment threat system, what I need is an awareness of the love He has for us all. Once you become aware of how great that love is, you just naturally want to seek His favor.

          It’s The World that works on a punishment/reward system, a bit like you run around trying to shame and punish believers for their faith. That is not the nature of God, however, that is the nature of human beings.

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        • Ashley says:

          insanitybytes22,

          Thank you for responding and I thank CS for his allowing me to pose the question.
          However, upon closer examination of your post(s), I have further enquires.
          You initially said: “Well Arch, as terrible as you think I am, try to imagine how much worse I’d be if I believed I answered to no one and had no standards to try and live up to.”
          and when pressed on the subject you said “I actually do not need the reward/punishment threat system, what I need is an awareness of the love He has for us all. ”
          You can’t have it both ways. According to your first post, you say you’d be “much worse” if you believed that you didn’t have a God who has standards that you must follow and that you have to answer to.
          You either need God (or your belief in God) to make you a better person or you don’t. Which is it? Dancing around telling me that you want to be his buddy and “what I need is an awareness of the love He has for us all.” doesn’t answer the question. I really would like to know. Do you need God to know how to act morally or be good or don’t you? Yes or No? What is your answer?

          And I don’t know where you are getting the idea that I am trying to “punish” you for anything, except in your head. Please spare me your poor persecuted Christian routine. Asking questions and ridiculing your beliefs is not “punishing” you. I don’t think your beliefs are necessarily shameful either. If you want to believe in God, go right ahead. I could care less. It is not the belief itself that I care about, it is much more of a matter of what you think those beliefs entitle you to do, that I may or may not find shameful. For example, terrorizing little children with the concept of hell. Not that I know that you would do that or not, but I would find it shameful for someone to do such a thing because they felt their beliefs entitled them to.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I’ll just offer a quick ‘five sighs’ and be on my way.

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        • Actually Ashley, it’s thought to be rather impolite, a case of poor manners, to take a thread off track and fill it with personal issues. It’s a matter of blogging etiquette. People put a great deal of time into their writing, they wish to discuss the issue at hand, not plunge down a dozen rabbit holes.

          In answer to your question, “Do you need God to know how to act morally or be good or don’t you?”

          Not to put too fine of a point on it, but I seem to have a firm grasp on the concept I just laid out for you, while you do not. So my answer is yes, we do need God in order to know what “being good” is all about.

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        • Ashley says:

          CS,

          You can offer as many sighs as you like. I’d appreciate it much more if you or IB22 or anyone here could actually provide me an answer to my question.

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        • Ashley says:

          ib22,
          Thank you very much for answering my question.
          “So my answer is yes, we do need God in order to know what “being good” is all about”
          Without God, you wouldn’t be able to distinguish what’s good or what’s bad or what’s moral or what’s immoral. You need someone or something else to determine these things for you because you can’t.
          My original comment still stands.
          Congratulations. You must be very proud of yourself.

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  4. Ashley says:

    This has nothing to do with the post really, but I just thought I’d bring it up as a fun fact. Did you know that the female lion is the one that does most of the hunting in the pride? The male lion stays and looks after the cubs while the females do the hunting – most of the time. Not always but a majority of the time. Rather the reverse of the stereotypical image of the mid 20th century when it was the male that went out and earned a wage while the female stayed at home and watched over the children.
    I assume that this post has ties to Caitlyn Jenner’s gender transformation. If am mistaken, please let me know. In any event, I was wondering if you could tell me what you think the consequences of such transformations are for society and indeed humanity in general. You mentioned the corruption of the image of man. Would you be able to elaborate on what you mean by that?

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    • ColorStorm says:

      @ ashley

      Yep, aware of the huntress, kind of cool actually. Makes the phrase ‘king of beasts’ that much more awesome.

      ‘Caitlyn?’ Sorry, don’t recognize her; sarcasm of course.

      You then said:

      ‘I was wondering if you could tell me what you think the consequences of such transformations are for society and indeed humanity in general.’

      Yep: not good.

      You may want to see the post ‘hi brucette.’ Some of your concerns may be met there.

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      • Ashley says:

        Hi CS,

        I read the article that you referred me to but I am still unclear as to what, exactly, you think will happen. You said “The ramifications of such a life cannot be isolated to Jenner himself/herself. There are these things called ripples in the sea. Government, medicine, sports, culture, state, federal, and local law will all be called to amend ‘biases,’ and what is sour milk today will be poured on your corn flakes tomorrow.”
        I am still unclear as to what you think is going to happen. Perhaps you could elaborate for me on some specific details. I am sure you must have something in mind. For example, if enough people get gender transforming surgery X will happen (the stock market will collapse, governments will collapse, we’ll end up with some kind of law that is really bad, etc…) Do you have any predictions that you’d like to make?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          @ashley

          I will come up woefully short compared to the work of others who have already addressed many of your concerns.

          Please see:

          http://citizentom.com/2015/05/27/we-are-what-we-are/

          And this excellent answer:

          http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2015/04/14899/

          And these thoughts and comments:

          http://citizentom.com/2015/06/02/the-right-to-inflict-our-choices-upon-others/

          If you take the time, you will have your answers met.

          But the idea of ‘ripples in the sea’ should not be overlooked.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          CS TWO CENTS: HERE YOU GO ARCH, SEVEN OF YOUR LAST 15 COMMENTS IN ONE TIDY PLACE; and you question WHY I moderate certain people…………..How about your incessant desire to act as a professional troll, usurping time and space to Divert from the truth of the post…..

          I will come up woefully short” – I’ll bet you get that a lot!

          Well, we need something to amuse us, and all the other monkeys are in cages, so it’s free-range or nothing —

          Who knows? With the resultant population decrease, we might be able to finally produce enough food to feed our starving. I certainly don’t see any manna falling from the skies for those people!

          Go ahead, CS – show us even more of your deficits than you already have —

          He can’t handle discussions, Ashley, if they represent points of view other than his own. He refuses to acknowledge that a coin may have more than one side.

          “And I don’t know what it is that takes so long to respond to my question.” – He’s not a fast thinker. In fact, he’s a half-fast thinker.

          “Naming God with a little ‘g’ as if he is insignificant is profane.” – Not if one doesn’t believe he/she/it exists. Do you capitalize unicorn?

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          While I appreciate the additional personal attention you’ve personally taken the time to devote to me, and to my comments, the fact that you didn’t include to what each comment alluded, is/was a faux pas I’ve no doubt you will rectify in the future.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Thank you arch, you have made the case indeed. The comments are in fact ‘irrelevant’ to the post, that’s the point.

          This ‘scrutiny’ that you love to cite, is nothing more than accusatory babble, designed purely to prolong a conversation and steer it into oblivion, where godlessness dwells.

          No thank you. The distinct ‘place’ between male and female, animal and human, somehow escaped you.

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    • Citizen Tom says:

      There is a price for everything.

      The females do most of the hunting, and they raise the cubs. But the privilege of leading a pride of lions, a male must fight other lions.

      Did you look at those teeth?

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      • ColorStorm says:

        Ah yes, the teeth. 😉

        Can you imagine a creature CT that fears nothing? Awesome splendor by the Creator.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Evolution DOES produce some amazing adaptations, doesn’t it?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I must be honest and pity such a mindset.

          The ‘king of beasts’ (the lion) evolved…………….. your level of embarrassment shows no bounds.

          Let’s repeat so you may seethe in your ignorance:

          ‘The king of beasts evolved………….’ Yea, good luck with that.

          To steal the grandeur due another,and insult the Creator by serving the creature (in this case yourself), is further proof (God said you would do this, 😉 that God’s word is true, God is true, and every man a liar.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          You poor, sad man —

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  5. archaeopteryx1 says:

    (By the way, this is what makes so-called gender changes so bizarre, as if a male lion could somehow concede his nature, power, and image)” – What you seem not to understand, is that the transgender IS attempting to follow his/her own nature, and not deny that Nature made a mistake.

    Are you aware that 642 species have homosexual sex? From your viewpoint, that must seem like a lot of nature-denying!

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Sorry arch, you cannot make any sales here; your briefcase is empty with this comment.

      Aberrations abound, deviations occur. So what, the gender does not change. To follow your chain of thought, man acts like an animal, with no sense of propriety.

      Did you read the observation by ib22 about the circling vultures………….

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        To follow your chain of thought, man acts like an animal” – I hate to break it to you, CS, at your young and tender age, but we ARE animals – the only other category is plants, it’s time for you to choose —

        And “propiety” is subjective.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Yep, there is no meaningful difference between the man John Wayne or the woman Judy Garland, with a coyote or a possum.

          Brilliant representative of the godless mind. Tkx for clearing that up.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Well, they DO share the fact in common, that they’re not plants, so…

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  6. archaeopteryx1 says:

    Is there any question, is there any doubt as to which is the masculine lion?” – Well, see, that depends on how you define “masculine.” If you feel that the masculine one is the one that goes out and hunts, then as Ashley points out, just as I was about to do so, that would be the female. The male largely lies in the shade of a tree while she brings home the bacon, often literally – all of that power that you describe in the male, goes totally unused. So it would seem that lions have their gender roles reversed – but then you likely believe that’s how your creator made them, don’t you? I guess you could also say he made Bruce Jenner the way he is too, i.e., as one desirous of changing his appearance. And seeing that you have chosen a lion as your avatar, come to think of it, that explains quite a lot —

    Frankly, I think Jenner makes an ugly woman, but that’s his business, and none of mine.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Regarding your handling of the opening sentence, once more, recalcitrant, maybe even incorrigible comes to mind.

      Try the daylight, it’s really a good place. It’s all about the place………….

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    • Citizen Tom says:

      Have you actually thought about what you saying? Bruce Jenner was a gold medal winning athlete in one of the sport’s world’s toughest competitions. Can you imagine the effort? What drove him?

      Was it the same drive that led Jenner to have himself cut up, knit back together, and stuffed full of hormones? I don’t know. I can’t read minds. I just know logic had almost nothing to do with his decision. I think it safe to say that to a greater degree Jenner made the same mistake all of us have may at one time or another. He went looking for happiness in the wrong place.

      We enter this world ignorant and totally lacking wisdom. Few of us ever become very wise. We can’t even agree who is wise. Yet all us desire happiness — perfect happiness. So we search, but we never find perfect fulfillment.

      Some people try with all their might to attain perfect happiness. They even give their souls to worthless idols of their own making. Buddha observed this. So he taught we should give up all desires.

      On the other hand, Christianity teaches this is not our home. We will never be at peace here. The best we can do is accept Christ and find joy loving our Creator and each other.

      Sexual love — the fixation some have on sex — is not the sort love Jesus spoke about. That’s just one of those idols, a Will of the Wisp. Thus, I suspect Jenner will eventually find his transformation a disappointment. We can only guess what that desperate man will try next. Perhaps Jenner turn to Jesus. We can only pray for that poor man.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        We can only pray for that poor man.” – Yes! THAT’s the solution! Let’s all mumble to ourselves and mention Bruce Jenner. That should solve the problem.

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          archaeopteryx1

          I don’t expect prayers will help Bruce Jenner in some magical fashion. Prayers don’t usually work that way.

          Prayers have a rather specific limitation. To be effective, we have to pray in the Will of God. As ridiculous as it first sounds, to have our prayers answered as we ask, we have to ask God to give us want He already wants to give us. Hence, the primary point of prayer is to discover the Will of God.

          The verse that best describes that process is this one, I think.

          Psalm 46:10 New King James Version (NKJV)

          10 Be still, and know that I am God;
          I will be exalted among the nations,
          I will be exalted in the earth!

          Our prayers may or may not help Jenner. If we turn to the Bible, and try to understand the Will of God, they will help us. Perhaps our example will help Jenner. That’s because we have little reason to believe God will heal Jenner before he asks for healing.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Perhaps our example will help Jenner.” – Somehow I doubt he’s watching any of us all that closely.

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          You and me in particular? Of course not.

          archaeopteryx1, instead of thinking about what you are reading and writing, you are trying to score points with wisecracks. That is a rather pathetic way to entertain yourself.

          There is beer commercial that reminds us we only go around once. So we should “Go for the gusto!” And what is this gusto? Apparently, it is something that makes a beer manufacturer wealthy.

          When your life is done, what do you expect to have?

          Luke 12:16-21New King James Version (NKJV)

          16 Then He spoke a parable to them, saying: “The ground of a certain rich man yielded plentifully. 17 And he thought within himself, saying, ‘What shall I do, since I have no room to store my crops?’ 18 So he said, ‘I will do this: I will pull down my barns and build greater, and there I will store all my crops and my goods. 19 And I will say to my soul, “Soul, you have many goods laid up for many years; take your ease; eat, drink, and be merry.”’ 20 But God said to him, ‘Fool! This night your soul will be required of you; then whose will those things be which you have provided?’

          21 “So is he who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.”

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          So you’re quoting an anonymous author who wrote near or just after the beginning of the 2nd century, who never met Yeshua and had no first-hand knowledge of what he may have said or done – proving, what exactly?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Proving there is a consistency that is impossible for humans, if left to themselves, to fabricate.

          The message is singular. Accept the truth of your convicted conscience.

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          @archaeopteryx1

          As ColorStorm observed, the Bible is unique. There are weak imitations, but it stands alone. What is most readily observable is that the Bible teaches us that we cannot save ourselves. We must accept the grace that Jesus offers us.

          Do you really think you can save yourself? What proof do you have? Do you simply say death is the end? That there is no hope. Hence, I asked you a question you did not answer, and I quoted that passage whose truth you denied.

          How did you answer? You answered from the peanut gallery. That’s where all your comments come from — so pointless, so pitiable.
          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peanut_gallery

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          What is most readily observable is that the Bible teaches us that we cannot save ourselves.” – What is most readily observable is that the Bible teaches us that we are without value – I happen not to agree with that.

          If this was your question: “When your life is done, what do you expect to have?” – I took it to be rhetorical, thus the lack of response. But to answer it – nothing, of course, but I will leave behind me everyone that I have touched and the things that I’ve accomplished. You have the same nothing awaiting you, but the difference is, you will never know it. I suppose there IS a certain amount of comfort that may be gained from such self-delusion, but I’ve always been more of a realist, myself.

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  7. We are so determined to be in control, to be in charge but we continue to muck it all up. There is only one way, God’s. Bending the knee can be painful but there is so much peace and blessing when we follow His will and way.
    You are so right, CS, the sole purpose of blurring truth is to corrupt the image of man, and therefore the Creator, sad…

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  10. Tricia says:

    I really like your perspective here CS and it’s so true what you say about the beauty beingin the distinctions between sexes. This attempt at the erasing gender confirms for me that society has reached a point of such insanity that things have either crested and some type of return to normalcy will occur, or we will simply crumble in to nothingness. Even God I’m sure has His limits on how much ridiculousness will be tolerated! 😉

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      I see it as a swinging pendulum Tricia – men have treated women so badly, on the whole, that now that women have finally gained a little power – only in the last century, for cryin’ out loud! – they are pushing it too far. In time, it will swing back, and at some point, stop in the middle.

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      • Tricia says:

        Well that’s an interesting perspective Arch. I don’t see most women doing this erasing of gender differences. Unfortunately the louder ones that do get all the attention. Plus there is always the fact that pretending differences between the sexes don’t exist is not at all good for women either.

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