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Mac Brunson

For the customs of the peoples are delusion; because it is wood . . . the work of the hands of a craftsman with a cutting tool. They decorate it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammer so that it will not totter. . . .But they are altogether stupid and foolish in their discipline of delusion - their idol is wood . . . but the Lord is the true God; He is the living God. . . . Jer. 10:4-10

In Jeremiah's day they would go in the woods and cut a tree down and bring it back home to worship it. In our day we are worshiping its in place. Sadly interesting.


SADLY some worship parts of the WORLD that God provided us for comfort...yet does not provide Salvation thru His Son for. Then they demean God, His people and reject those that God did provide His Salvation and Son to. The Word would clarify all this for them...yet they reject that too.
Pray for the scales to fall off their eyes...

Paul Dohse

But yet, this link is on their website:

"Sign this petition in support of a women's right to safe, legal abortion"


First of all, I believe that the woman at the first of the video, who was screaming, might have been my 9th grade, biology teacher...I dont know...but maybe....lol

Secondly, I'm almost sure that I saw Tim Rogers in this video...you know, this happened in North Carolina...and it really looked like Tim was in that circle of worshippers....look at the drum player real careful....




"They worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator". Two immediate thoughts on the video: (1) a sad demonstration of how far error can take fallen humanity, (2) if only the Church had such passion for the Truth.

Ron Hale

On second look ... you may be on to something!

Stephen E Dalton

All that screaming! Did they get splinters in their bums?

Tim Rogers

Brothers Ron and David,

These folks hiked over from Tennessee. :)


Tim Rogers

Brother Peter,

Alright, enough of this nature worship. I know it is nothing short of a back-handed slap at us NC rednecks.:)

Get me a real post up. Having lunch with Geisler today. Will call you later.


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