Blessed by GOD, to be loud and proud of what is good and right and true! GOD bless us, Everyone! IJCNA

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Carnival Cruise

I have been back almost a week, the bad news of the day has really gotten me down. You know... world news... and I had to wait till I felt a little better in order to write this blog.

And what a great day to write about it, too!

It's Thanksgiving! Now I am not one to celebrate any doctrine or tradition... as I feel like we should be thankful everyday! But, I also understand that some people only get this time of year to travel to be with their families... so it's all good! Let the PEACE that surpasses all understanding settle in!

First of all, I must say how much I appreciate GOD putting it within Sharon's heart to ask me to go with her... She pays for everything, beings that I live in poverty, I could never afford to do anything that she takes me with her to do, all the places she has taken me to, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Mississippi, Arkansas Florida, Louisiana, Alabama! She is my personal Angel, because there are many people who would love to go with her, who could and would pay their way... but she chooses me! Praise GOD! She tells me that I am her favorite traveling companion! I am so grateful for this! I have known Sharon for many years... about 25. We have always been good friends. Even though we didn't stay in close contact when she moved across town with her husband, but she did move back over on this side of town a few years ago.  She is about 10 years older than I am and she is the one who got me hired with Mary back in 1988, or about that time. I walked in the place and she said I made her think of Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farms! HAHAHA... Those were the days... But about a year ago, her husband passed away. And they had loved to travel, so this was not her first cruise. But it was mine! And I know that GOD will always bless Sharon for her kindness and generosity... she is one in a million and she is the sister that I never had. Oh sure I have a few blood sisters... but none like Sharon. We have truly, a sisterhood of love, that GOD has blessed us with! Even when others have turned their back on me and treat me the way they would never want to be treated... Sharon has always had my back!

And she is my soul sister according to our Lord!

Praise GOD for Sharon... she has been a GOD send!

So, she surprised me with her desire to go to the Caribbean...

Now, I have only been out of the country one time before, and that was when I was 12 and I went with my mother and stepfather to Canada. It was a great place! But while my mother and I were sight seeing, my stepfather got drunk in a bar and said "fuck the Queen" and he got his ass beat out of the bar and we left right away... and that is the extent of my going out of the country... until November 16th, 2015!

That was the Monday that we arrived to the ship, this was an awesome day... a great adventure for me... Sharon is always full of surprises! HAHAHA ... I love it!

When I was a very young child I remember learning in school about the Mayan Indians... and I have always been fascinated by them. Always wanting to go see the Mayan Ruins! why? I don't know... Maybe their blood runs deep somewhere within my own mixed blood... I know that I am a mutt... part French, part Scotch/Irish and 2 different types of native American... and I can honestly believe that maybe hundreds of years ago when the Spaniards came and mixed with the Mayans and created American Indians... that my blood was there... with them. This is not documented as far as I know. I am just going by my gut feelings. And for some reason I felt a connection with the Mayans. So when Sharon told me we were going to explore the Mayan ruins, I knew it was GOD within her, blessing my soul!

But of course, now I am getting ahead of myself...

Monday was a day of wonderment for me... when we pulled up to the dock, they take the luggage out and scan it and take it to our room. And we had to go park in a parking lot and got a shuttle back to the ship! When we got inside they check passports and drivers licences and birth certificates. Making our way through the line, we finally got on board! WOW... what a majestic place... it was like walking into heaven... we found our rooms and giggled like 'besties' who had been blessed by GOD... and went out to explore the ship... the only bad thing was, I am so sensitive, I could feel people thinking we were lesbians... which we are not... and that's what makes it worse for me. Sharon doesn't care... she is A-sexual... has no desire for sex. And me... well I can live without it! For one, homosexuality is against my religion... and... two, I am very much into men!

But that didn't stop me from totally enjoying everything I could and wanted to!

Monday started with a party on the deck... it was GREAT... the music and the dancing... the smile was on my face instantly! Seeing PEOPLE together... sharing and having a great time really tripped my trigger... it gave me a whole new sense of respect for THE GOOD PEOPLE! I was so happy to see everyone having a good time! And when the MC was talking, he did remind all of us to leave the attitude behind... and all just have a good time!

So, Monday we roamed the ship... from front to back, we went around and around... loving the music and the fresh air! While we were walking around, 2 men asked us to play fooseball... but we politely said "no" ... but it was nice to be invited to play!

There was so much excitement in my soul!

The wind whipping my hair was like electric...

The awesomeness of GOD and HIS creation was evident! The color of the water, a sapphire blue and the spray off of it, reflects the blue in the sky!  The feel of it was grand, the feel of it was great! The room was clean and welcoming... the cabin boy a jewel all on his own! He would be there to support and help us the whole way through and making us feel like part of the Carnival Family!

There was so much food on board... we never even ate at all the different places... the buffet was a marvel to behold with so much healthy food and I did eat well... I had Eggs Benedict and ice cream everyday and a great salad every night! And on 3 of those days the eggs Benedict had salmon on them!!! Oh yes it did!!! Even though I had eggs and ice cream everyday it was such a small part of the things I ate... I never gained an ounce!

Tuesday was very similar to Monday... this was so great to me!!! You wake up at your leisure... and get dressed and leave the cabin to go eat breakfast and whatever you want to do that day... and when you get back, your bed has been made and new towels set in and any dishes and trash taken out!

There was so much to do on board... but we didn't want to do it all... we didn't go gambling and we didn't hang out in any of the bars... but we went to the Theater and Comedy Club every day, except on Thursday... and I will get to that a little later... lol... the only thing different about Tuesday at sea was that Sharon went in to Guest Services to buy us excursions to the Mayan ruins... 2 days worth and they were not short ones either... it was all day... well until 4PM... that was when we had to be back on the ship! It was hard to go to sleep Tuesday night because I was so excited about Wednesday!  We had two twin beds, so I could wiggle my foot as hard as I needed to!

Wednesday was the greatest day of all! If ya can even say one was better than the other... they were all so great! Its hard for me to realize that some people make this 'cruising bit' a habit and do it so often that their kids just take it for granted that they have the posh life! Me, I was amazed and in awe of everything! I think even our tour guides could see the excitement in my eyes! Wednesday we got off of the ship in Progreso, Mexico! HAHAHA I almost wrote New Mexico at first... I didn't even snap to the fact I was in the original, authentic Mexico! The Mexico my Great Aunt also loved! And I now can see with my own eyes why she loved it so much! I want to talk a bit about my Great Aunt as she was so great a person! She was a writer, but I never knew it growing up. I mean I never knew what that meant while growing up! She never had any children... I often wondered why GOD never blessed her with children... and I think maybe that HE knew that she could be better blessed as a writer if she had a life of peace and quiet with no messes to have to clean up, or have to chase after little people who love to argue with all the big people! HAHAHA... I think I get it now! Well, she did have a great writing career. She was Camilla Campbell. Best known for her 'Star Mountain', that was used in schools to teach about the old Mexican Legends. I remember reading her books as a child, I was always fascinated with this old country! Which was probably why The Lord blessed me with this trip to the real Mexico!

This adventure was the greatest to me because Progreso is not the big tourist place like Cozumel. Progreso is this little place where the Mayans still live today! Our Tour guides were Jose and Shibata and Jose Louis was or driver! Such GREAT MEN! It was these men who made the whole day as memorable as it was! I will never forget this day! I will never forget these men who were funny and happy and helpful and very informative of the natives! They were all good looking men... their smiles were enchanting! I couldn't help but fall in love with them and all of their people!

I hope that some day I can go back to Progreso!

The day was great from the very start! We got very lucky to have the front row of seats in the tour bus, I caught every word that Jose and Shibata said! And the ruins were all that we had hoped for... the air was clean and clear and the grasses swayed in the breeze, the ruins were strong and stately, I got good vibes... I wonder if the people way back when, ever pondered on the people of the future coming to their home, remembering them? I for one love them... the sights I saw were of a great and loving people... having fun and having babies and knowing there was something greater than them... they were just trying to appease the gods... when sending a 'messenger' to them, through human sacrifice... they try to soften these words by saying it was a 'messenger', not a human sacrifice. And I appreciate their words but when their remains were found with their hands tied... me thinks it was not a willing soul who wanted to disappear from the earth for any god. But all throughout different times in history, around the world, there have been human sacrifice's... only to appease their gods... but now we know that it is the words of Jesus that lead us and guide us into doing something better. Something that is filled with LOVE of THE PEOPLE... the ones who love and serve a loving GOD who only wants us to do good things for each other!

One of the greatest moments of the day was at the 'sink hole'... it was a place smaller than a foot ball field and larger than 100 cars... some people were swimming in it and others were sitting along the side with their feet in the water like us... while small fishes ate the dead skin cells off of our feet! This was a little startling at first, but once you get used to it... it is one of the most wonderful feelings in the world! We hated to have to pull our feet out! I can imagine all the people who have been there and done that... what a wonderful, beautiful PEOPLE the Mayans were... and are! Sharon and I agreed we would go back there one day! GOD willing, we will!

Jose said that many people think that the Mayans are extinct... but he is one... and he and his people are still here... which I thought was way cool!

After the ruins they took us to a restaurant on the beach... Wow! I cant even remember the name of the place... I imagine its like all of them on the beach. The music and the people were very nice and kind... altho, I picked up on some who were sad that we didn't buy their wares. And the waiters really gave great service to those who were spending the most money... which I can understand that, being in restaurant management is something that I used to do. Oh, I know they were kind to us too... but we are not rich women. So I understand, but I also know that when Sharon said something in Spanish about their tip, they brought us 4 more drinks! Now the drinks did not get us drunk, I think they were more of a 'refresher'... since I was hot and dry after walking the ruins. The food was simple and YUMMY! We shared some shrimp... I can't even remember the name of the food, but it was so good... and I do remember the margaritas were so appreciated!

There were many local people with homemade treasures for sale... necklaces, bracelets, hats, sea horns... hammocks both beds and chairs... lots of things... we did buy a necklace from this guy who had one leg, he was so very nice, his name was Jorge... I hope that's the right spelling. I didn't really want the trinket as much as I wanted Sharon to give this man 5 bucks! I wish I had more money and I wish I could of bought everything... but as Jose said, just say "No, gracias." and they wont bother you. And that was what happened for the most part. I sure understand why they want to sell their wares... and there was security telling them to back off... and there was this young boy... now Jose had told us that there might be children, but don't buy from children because that encourages the parents to send their children out to sell instead of going to school... so when we saw this young boy we asked him why he wasn't in school... he looked up to the security man... and what I felt was only LOVE... the adults loved the child so much they wanted them to go to school, there would be time for selling later. So the young boy disappeared. I was sorta sad about it, I really wanted to hug the child and give him a hundred bucks! Heck, I wanted to take him home with me! But... I could see the LOVE in the peoples eyes... as we were walking out of the restaurant there was a couple of nuns asking for money... but I had no money to give... but the greatest thing happened when I leaned over and gave her a hug... SHE HUGGED ME BACK!!! GOD Bless her! This was the greatest gift she could of given me! My heart is forever changed from the LOVE of the Mayan PEOPLE!

When we left in the tour bus, we were very close to the ships and someone had taken our front seats, after Jose had told us to keep our same seats, but some didn't listen I guess. So I didn't hear much of what Jose and Shibata said on the way back to the bus... but when I got off the bus, I also hugged Shibata! It was so warm and so loving... I will never forget this man... did I forget to tell you that he taught me how to count to 20 and say a few words in Mayan? Oh yes, he did! He could tell I was in love with the Mayan culture and he made the whole trip memorable for me!

So, I got to hug a Mayan nun and a Mayan man! The joy in my soul will be everlasting! It was so hard to say goodbye to Progreso... the Mayans don't have a word for goodbye... so that was lovely... so maybe if GOD says 'yes'... I will see you again Progreso... and both Jose and Shibata say... "Me casa is U casa! ... I think one day, I will hold them to that! The day at Progreso with Jose and Shibata and Jose Louis... was the greatest day ever! I think... I left a piece of my heart in Progreso!

GOD Bless Progreso, Yucatan Mexico!

Getting back on board the ship was sorta happy and sad... we went to the room which was all made up, everyday they made a towel animal and set them on our bed! I showered the sweat off of me in a daze... remembering the day... as it ran over and over in my head! We did get to the Theater and the Comedy Club also that night... I was sure loving life... the Theater was always a great show! The people were great and talented... the mood was festive and light! The night could of lasted forever and I would of been happy... forever!

On Thursday we docked at Cozumel... and I knew instantly what they were talking about... Whereas Progreso was a quaint little town... Cozumel was a grand city! I learned a lot of facts about the Island. And could see why everyone wants to go there! WOW...

We went again on a Mayan ruins excursion... and to a restaurant on the beach where they had the little fishy pedicure for 30$... our guide was David... it was a great day! These Mayan ruins looked like a smaller community than the ones in Progreso, but I was amazed at what I saw... we didn't climb up any of the ruins... but other people did. I saw some signs saying not to climb. I did want to pick up a rock or two for my rock collection... but funny how I forgot in both places. I was in awe of how the people used to live in these stone places, I am sure they have withstood many a storm. And also they are still standing even after the Spaniards came in and destroyed not only the things that were sacred to the Mayans, but even their way of life. I sorta got a little angry hearing how a few hundred men could ruin such a huge amount of people... when I was told the reason was that the Mayans turned on each other... and that division was the downfall of the mighty Mayans... I guess all in all, the people learned about Jesus and became loving PEOPLE... living for GOD and the LOVE of Christ! So it seems to me, that the Mexican PEOPLE heard about Jesus and loved him for the leader of LOVE among humankind!

Praise GOD, Thank You Jesus!

Getting back on the ship on Thursday was sorta melancholy, knowing our adventure was halfway over. We had both taken on board, 1 bottle of chocolate wine each! But we didn't drink it until Thursday after we came back on the ship from Cozumel! Oh yes... I was so happy and I think I drank faster than Sharon... I drank about a bottle and a half... whooohooo... I was a little tipsy! We had finished the bottles of wine and went to eat dinner and then had plans to go to the Theater and Comedy Club... but by the time we finished dinner and of course I had to get some ice cream so I could tell my Grand children that I had ice cream EVERYDAY...and then, since Sharon had only gotten a half of a bottle of wine, she wanted to get more drinks... ya know, keep the party going... so we went to the Frog pub... HAHAHA I cant remember the name exactly... it had something to do with a frog... HAHAHA... but I couldn't put another thing in my mouth! Oh yes, I was offered... but my stomach was so stretched out from the wine and dinner and the ice cream, just the thought of another thing to eat or drink was painful! In fact every time I sneezed my stomach hurt! After Sharon had 2 drinks I couldn't take it any more. I had to go lay down... we had struck up a lively conversation with a man at the bar... and it was with great regret I told them I was going to have to go lay down... I told Sharon to stay I would find my way to the room... but she said she was ready to go relax too... THAT my friends is the night we missed the Theater and the Comedy Club... In my head was a gazillion things tumbling round and round... normally, I don't even drink... but on Tuesday night I had a 'Cruiser' in the Comedy Club and then on Wednesday I had a 'Punchliner'... their signature drink! I was getting into it. But not enough to make me drunk... just enough to buy a couple of drinks while listening to some adult comedy... they had the PG times... but we loved the 'grownup' jokes!

I cant remember which day it was, while we were sitting in the whirlpool, there was about 4 kids in there... when the adults got out we got in... this one kid... wow... he was so smart. We wondered if he was home schooled or had a private school. He was so intelligent with his words... oh yes... using words that I could understand, but seldom use with the kids. We were so impressed that some people lived like this... this was not his first cruise. And I blessed GOD that some people get to be raised like this. I have never been apart of that world. I grew up in hell and was never apart of the elite. It pleases my soul to know that there are such wonderful people out there doing such wonderful things! I did speak to a small handful of people along the way. My Grandmother taught me good manners and all. But being apart of that world is only a dream for me. Sad too... cause I would of been a very good rich person! :)

Friday was another day at sea... heading home... I was sorta sad... but the ship was so entertaining there was so much to see and do.... and they also had a couple of fun contests by the pool... we had a great afternoon sitting in the sun, enjoying the music and the PEOPLE! They were fun and lively... and I felt blessed to be a part of it!  I was counting my blessings... all the way from having a friend like Sharon who was more like a sister... all the way to having my bed made for me in the morning and also having my bed turned down for me at night! I have never been able to live where you can eat and if you make a mess you don't have to clean it up! In fact that was one of the things said to me the first night we were there... Sharon had made a small mess on the food line and I laughed and the man standing behind the buffet said "No worries... your on vacation! We clean up for you!" And in an instant... I didn't even see who it was, came up behind me and wiped the mess away with one swipe! WOW! I was loving that! I am a 'neatnik'... I love things to be neat and clean. I was so impressed!

The crew was AWESOME! I think they were amused by my happy face! And I don't know who was who... but the greatest thing to me was the fact that all the crew were multinational! Young PEOPLE from all over the world getting along... singing songs... just being everything we needed!

We made it to the theater and the comedy club Friday eve... an awesome show! Both of them!!! By then we were pretty good at finding our way around the big ship! I have to say the only thing that was bad was the news of the day... the attack in Paris and Obama saying... "We're monitoring the situation." I was pretty mad about that... but tried very hard to not let it ruin the last few hours of our trip. So we turned off the TV and talked about happy things, until we fell asleep!

Saturday morning was even great, I had my usual Eggs Benedict and ice cream... we had some coffee while waiting for our numbers to be called. We enjoyed every second we could get out of the morning of the day! Things went smoothly as we got our things in order to come off the ship. No problems! It was all good! I couldn't be happier! There are no greater memories!

I think the only thing that made Sharon mad was when she got upset that the waiters in Mexico seemed to be more attentive to the people who had the most money... and we felt like our little bit of money was just as good as theirs! Sharon is not a rich woman either... she has struggled and worked hard for what she has. She belongs to some travel club and gets great prices, being a senior citizen... so we both felt pretty lucky to be able to go. She had only been a few times with her husband the past few years. And before she married him, she was just making it week to week like me. He blessed her... and in the end, GOD blessed him with HIS saving grace. Praise GOD!

I will never forget the blessing of this Carnival Cruise!

I will always be grateful for Sharon's love and support of my life when she has her own personal problems. I mean... here she is... thinking about me and getting me out of my stress for a bit. Like she says, "We're makin' memories!" Lordy, YES Ma'am... WE ARE!

Memories of a lifetime!

Hard to believe rich people live like that everyday!

Healthy food... great entertainment!

Happy Happy Happy I was...

Praise GOD, Thank You Jesus! :)

Now, I just want to sell my book and go on book tours... and go back to see Jose and Jose Louis and especially Shibata who touched my heart and soul with the telling of the history of the Mayans!

GOD Bless Mexico and Jose and Jose Louis and Shibata... and

GOD Bless Progreso ...Yucatan... and

GOD Bless Us All... Everyone! IJCNA

Friday, November 06, 2015

Road Rules

I got to thinking about how very much GOD is like the rules of the road!

I was in one of those left hand turning lanes when I realized that everyone was doing exactly what they should be doing... as we learn the rules of the road, when we first learn to drive. There are a few out there who never learned these rules and they are the ones who make trouble not only for themselves, but for the rest of us in their path.

As a Grandmother, I can look and see what the deal is... you have those teens who are defiant and want to do their own thing. Now, I was defiant as a teen also, but I grew up in hell and I was defying the devil... I saw the evil in the world and decided that I didn't want any part of it.

I wanted to do things the right way... the way GOD intended for it to be!

How can a kid be so defiant against those who are trying to tell them to do the right thing? And then get all upset and blame you when they make the wrong choice and screw up their own life? It's not my fault that you went the wrong way and caused your own problems... and it sorta irritates me when you come to me to fix your problem that could of been avoided in the first place, if you would of listened to me as someone who cares enough to give that good advice.

Every time someone comes to me and complains about their problems... its hard for me to discuss it when I have to tell them they brought on their own problems. And most people do... but there are some who suffer for the problems (sins) of others. Their parents or children or any other member of the family who is showing them the wrong ways to be.

I just thank GOD that so many people out there, know that certain things are wrong to do in the world... whether they learn it from GOD or a good parent. We should do away with bad instructions yes, but that would mean that we would need to know GOOD instructions...

And that is what GOD is all about!

It baffles me when PEOPLE don't know who and what GOD is.

GOD is the culmination of the SPIRITS of all the saints (and sinners) that have ever lived and breathed the breath of life. GOD knows the GOOD and the bad... and want's us to know the difference! So, HE gives us GOOD INSTRUCTIONS to help us along the way.

We only have one life to live...

At least that's how it seems to us... some believe that we can come back again... and I am not going to be one who sits and says that GOD wont allow us to ask HIM to come back for another chance... I have never died... however I do know that there is a spiritual world that lives beyond the grave. When my Grandfather was dying, he lived with me... and the last 10 days in his bed I would often sit with him and watch TV or listen to some music. I still have the CD's that I bought him for the last few months of his life. We talked... we cried... we speculated about death... and he told me what he saw... a few days before he passed, he was seeing all the ones who were important to him in his life... his mother and grandmother... his wife and a Dr and an Indian... they were all there in the room with him and he said they were coming from a veil in the corner of the ceiling... he said they would come and go... and 5 months before that, his wife... my Grandmother, fell over one day and I tried to get her up, she tried... but fell down again after about 3 final steps... I was desperate with 911 on the phone... but she passed before they got there... and I remember as I was doing CPR to my dead grandmother I felt many souls behind me... I thought it was the ambulance and fire crew... but it wasn't... I looked back behind me and no one was there... but I sure did feel their spirits... some of them I knew... it really freaked me out... I felt them pulling her that way, as I was hanging onto her in this life. In the end they won... she wanted to go, she was suffering for another persons sins... and her family knew it.

What I am trying to say is, I have felt them... and I know that they're out there... and that includes GOD HIMSELF... GODS SPIRIT trying to help us... and the only way to help us is to be within us... so that we can know too... the difference between right and wrong.

But some don't want to listen...

So its like the road rules that we have learned... and then someone comes along that hasn't learned the rules... and they defy the rules and make their own rules.. and what does that do???

It sorta screws some of the rest of us, who are following the rules...

Such is the mercy of sin... that we choose... and how more than just 'we' suffer... our children suffer also... so we need to make ourselves aware of what we are teaching them... irregardless of  their accepting our wisdom or not... we put it out there and they make the choice... we all get to make that choice... its a darn good thing that most are intelligent enough to make the right choices!

The problem arises when some choose to do things their own way and their way, is selfish and or lazy... now, knowing that both of these things are a sin... we try to ignore them as sin and turn them into something socially acceptable, so we can 'do our thing'.

When I was making a right hand turn... someone politely turned on their blinker to let me know they were turning... and thankful for that, I was able to turn myself in the way that I wanted to go more easily without stress or worry. This is so true with our spiritual life too... if we love one another and we care about the path of the others... we let them know where we are headed so they can know their own way also. We teach each other. Like two stones rubbing together to create a smoothness that everyone loves! Smooth and groovy... yeah :) HAHAHA, ya get it? :) We are SMOOTH in the GROOVE of GOD following the way of good, that has been set in stone many years ago :)

And when I was going up and over the hill I was driving my old beat up little car and suddenly a fine fancy new sports car was on my left... we were both going over the hill together, side by side... and in the end, we both got to the same place... the other side of the hill... it doesn't matter to GOD what sort of car you drive to get to your destination.

We are all going to the same destination anyway.... death comes for all of us.

When I was younger I thought that GOD was good and the devil was bad... and that was true but there was so much more to learn... I didn't realize that they're both out there in the world... working against each other... in our own hearts and minds. Fighting for the control of THE PEOPLE.

I know in the end THE GOOD PEOPLE will rise up and show us all the TRUTH of life and all will realize the message of Jesus transcends all time and space, PEOPLE from all around the world will someday agree that LOVE and LOVING ONE ANOTHER is the way to be.

For LOVE will set us free.

When ISIS learns to LOVE the infidel...

When the HO learns to love the housewife...

When the BOSS learns to love his employees...

That will be the time that has been talked about since... 4-EVER!

If there is one thing I know for sure... GOD IS NOT a respecter of persons... GOD is there for the rich and the poor... the smart minded and the idiots... the hot minded and the hot headed.

We all are in this together... and its a good thing to learn the rules of the road so that we can all get along and know what the other is doing out there... so, it is with the SPIRIT that we learn to live...  we just need to respect the spirits of others... we should never force by fear of death what should be learned by the LOVE of LIFE... as GOD so loved the world.. that HE gave HIS Jesus as a sacrifice to show the world what is TRUE and JUST and RIGHT!

And we know what is RIGHT by reading the rule book.

We know what is right... by acknowledging TRUTH!

We will create whats right whether we build roads or relationships, buildings or bridges, when we work with LOVE leading and guiding us within our own hearts and minds towards each other!

Praise GOD... Thank You Jesus!

GOD Bless US, Everyone! IJCNA

Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Proposition 1

I have not been known to vote in every single local election, but yesterday I got out the vote! And today I feel so relieved... like a weight has been lifted off of my shoulders!

And last night I was so concerned... but not really to worried, because I know that most of the people here in Houston are good GOD fearing PEOPLE.

But our homosexual Mayor had an agenda... early this year she proclaimed, it was against the law to discriminate against transgenders. Now, we already have laws against discrimination, but this lesbian wanted to make it to where, if a man feels like he is a woman, he can dress like a women and use the women's restrooms! The PEOPLE exploded with anger... there was some tension for a little while because our Preachers and Priests were so mad the lesbian mayor was trying to change GODS word! That's right, the agenda of the homosexual is to force US as GODS PEOPLE to say its OK for them to sin. Our lesbian mayor even tried to demand our preachers and such, have their sermons confiscated and sent to her office. HA! But, some of the good PEOPLE of Houston got together and filed a complaint with our system and WE WON! What that meant was the matter would be set before the VOTERS!

So most all of us were dealing with verbal abuse from the homosexuals, because they hate us for hating them... however, truth be told... GODS PEOPLE do not hate homosexuals... just like GODS PEOPLE do not hate 'gluttonous over eaters'... fact is, we hate the sin... not the sinner.

GODS word, goes way back... it is knowledge gained from millions of years.

Why is homosexuality against GOD??? Because it does not promote LIFE and it deceives others. How many times have we seen on Jerry Springer, men who go nuts, when it is exposed to them that they were seduced by a man pretending to be a woman?

You know... really, if someone wants to dress up as the opposite sex, funny... whatever... but don't be deceptive in your words... tell people you are really a man, just doing it for kicks... many men do this... men who are happily married to women... men who love to dress up in drag just for fun and entertainment. I remember years ago, on another show... this issue caused a man to kill himself. It's just not right to lead others to believe your a woman when your DNA says you are a man! GOD made you what you are and if you have a penis, you ARE a man!

About 9 years ago... someone close to me said... "I would rather have a daughter who is a lesbian than have a daughter who is an unwed mother"... REALLY!?!?!

Well, each to their own.

But for me... I would rather have the daughter who is the unwed mother... because... LIFE goes on!

GOD is the GOD of the living... and if we separated us by sexual preference... like, put all the lesbians on their own island... and put the homosexual men on another island... and put heterosexuals on their own island... and wait 100 years... what would happen???

Well I have wrote about that before, so I will leave it at that.

So I got out the vote yesterday and waited patiently for the 10 PM news.

When I saw the prop failed... my faith in the PEOPLE of Houston was restored... and the lesbian mayor blew a gasket... I think she actually thought she would win! HA! NOT! Praise GOD!

She freaked out and spouted all sorts of BS... and ya know... she is the one full of BS... because the commercials that was promoting prop 1, only had people, like priests and straight people... a man and a woman who was pregnant... a soldier and such... never showing the true agenda... why didn't the commercials have the truth on them??? Why were they not filled with lesbians and homosexuals and transgenders? The commercials were misleading and PEOPLE were concerned! How can they make a prop for the lesbians and transgenders and not have them in the commercial? Could it be that if they told the truth, THE PEOPLE wouldn't go for it???

I honestly believe that the only reason it got the votes that it did was because it was misleading... they did it on purpose and then added in 'small letters and words' that no one reads anyway. The lesbians have their own secret agenda... and that is to create a place where they are equal to men and that just ain't gonna happen! A woman can't have sex with a woman and have a child... a woman NEEDS a man to have a child. Oh... except when you go to the Dr and be artificially inseminated... key word here is 'artificial' ... yup... we have come a long way. But without money to pay... a woman cannot get pregnant without sexual penetration from a man.

Now, I am not saying that all homosexuals are horrible people... its just what they learned from society and on Montrose street here in Houston. I am not against homosexuals... but I am against them twisting reality into something that isn't real, trying to change GODS WORD...

Men dressing as women seducing men who would never 'go that way' if given a choice... and also a different sort of man... or 'men' who secretly get a kick out of having a man on their knees in front of them. I think it makes them feel superior.

Well all in all... the Mayor says her fight is not over... she blames us... well DUH...

Praise GOD, Thank You Jesus!!! :)

THE PEOPLE have silently spoken volumes with their vote!

GOD Bless the USA! IJCNA