You can read about it at Don Surber’s blogsite HERE
You can read about his newest “sweetheart” deal – ala GWB – here.
You can read the entire story HERE. This is a distortion of a 2005 State legislation vote. Anyway, follow the link and read. The Massachusetts race has gotten tres interesante!
(HT – Justin Taylor)
From Peacemakers Ministries:
As God opens your eyes to see how you have sinned against others, he simultaneously offers you a way to find freedom from your past wrongs. It is called confession. Many people have never experienced this freedom because they have never learned how to confess their wrongs honestly and unconditionally. Instead, they use words like these: “I’m sorry if I hurt you.” “Let’s just forget the past.” “I suppose I could have done a better job.” “I guess it’s not all your fault.” These token statements rarely trigger genuine forgiveness and reconciliation. If you really want to make peace, ask God to help you breathe grace by humbly and thoroughly admitting your wrongs. One way to do this is to use the Seven A’s.
1. Address everyone involved (All those whom you affected)
2. Avoid if, but, and maybe (Do not try to excuse your wrongs)
3. Admit specifically (Both attitudes and actions)
4. Acknowledge the hurt (Express sorrow for hurting someone)
5. Accept the consequences (Such as making restitution)
6. Alter your behavior (Change your attitudes and actions)
7. Ask for forgiveness
See Matthew 7:3-5; 1 John 1:8-9; Proverbs 28:13.
and will have the debate on the health care bill aired on CSPAN – FOR ONE HOUR. Because, hey – you’ll know as much about the health care bill as anyone being allowed to vote on it by that point.
Ah, Progressive Transparency – ain’t it grand?
2The earth was unformed and void, darkness was on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God hovered over the surface of the water.
3Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light.
4God saw that the light was good, and God divided the light from the darkness.
5God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. So there was evening, and there was morning, one day.