Yes People…We Are In Dangerous and Uncertain Times

Hat tip:  pastorwardclinton.com for graphic

Just goes to show that being a billionaire doesn’t necessarily mean that a person has any moral values, common sense, integrity or wisdom.

FB’s CEO reveals himself as being an illogical person whose ideology is skewed in the wrong direction because of his liberalism-is-a-mental-disordered “political correctness.” That graphic represents another example of the liberal lunatic meme.

I have written before about why FB is a waste of time, and how they like to manipulate people who use the site.

There is also documented evidence that the idiot in the photo thinks very negatively about the people who use his site.

Toms Guide.com: Facebook CEO Called Trusting Users ”Dumb F***s”

Here’s another gem:

ShariaBook: Why Mark Zuckerberg’s “Muslim support” Facebook post should have you worried for the future of free speech and information.

Hat tips to all links.

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4 Responses to “Yes People…We Are In Dangerous and Uncertain Times”

  1. GMpilot Says:

    Wow, you haven’t gone off the rails like this in months!

    ”Do you really think Love is the answer?”
    I love how he (and you) denigrate Zuckerberg’s call for peace, without actually quoting what he said. I also love how he (and you) embrace the bloody-handed Yahweh to sanctify hatred…just like theradical Islamists do with their equally bloody god.
    If you don’t believe love is an answer (not “the” answer), then maybe you should apologize to all the people you’ve lied to over the years, and then shut down this blog.

    Does pastorclinton care to tell us how many million people have been brutally murdered by Christianity? Please keep in mind that those self-styled representatives of god have a 600-year head start on Islam.

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    • christinewjc Says:

      Ahhh…now it’s clear! It is your desire for me to “apologize to all the people [I’ve] lied to over the years, and then shut down this blog.”

      But then…if I did as you requested…what would you do with yourself when you no longer have me here to give you the opportunity to rail against the True God of the Bible?

      I was awoken last night at 11:30 p.m. because one of our dogs was agitated and barking. He most likely heard a coyote howling in a nearby yard. I turned on the outside lights, waited a bit, looked around the yard with my flashlight and then let the dogs out to do their business. Sometimes it’s difficult to go back to sleep after that, so while I made myself a cup of tea, I checked my email and saw your comment.

      This is what I thought about saying to you while I was drinking my tea:

      Wow…for someone who holds equal hatred towards the True God of the Bible (and rejects His Son, Jesus Christ for salvation) as well as the false god of Islam, how could you know what true, genuine, agape love is and what is required of us in return?

      Jeremiah 17:9 – The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; who can know it?

      Jeremiahs 17:10 – I, the LORD search the heart, I test the mind, Even to give every man according to his ways, according to the fruit of his doings.

      About the love issue. The Bible tells us:

      Jhn 15:13

      “Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.

      Rejection of this greater love puts you and all who reject Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior in the same boat.

      As for the likes of Zuckerberg? I would never trust a person like him who labels his so-called “followers” on FB as “dumb f***s” and plays “god” over them by manipulating them in various ways via the site; as well as his blatantly evil use of employees to be told to spy on FB users and misuse his “authority” in order to control their free speech as well as dismissing their privacy concerns.

      The pride of life is the oldest sin in the world. It is especially egregious when it’s used against God and used as a weapon against His redeemed.

      I would suggest that you also read Jeremiah 17:11-13.

      Jeremiah 17:14 has some advice for both you and him.

      This morning, I watched the final sermon in an awesome series about “The Seven Churches of the Revelation” by Dr. David Jeremiah entitled, A Look Into Heaven.

      I am often amazed that the Lord provides for me the right answers to situations that I encounter. I am humbled when He graciously leads me to His Word to counter statements that non-believers might say or write against me.

      In this instance where you would accuse me of “going off the rails” and tell me “to apologize and shut this blog down,” I’d have to say that the look into heaven that I heard this morning gave me an even better perspective (and answer) than the one that I just shared above. God has a great way of doing that for His own!

      Now, I’m sure that you would not take the time to watch the entire segment. But I place a link to it here for anyone who reads this thread and would like to hear the sermon. Dear readers! If you do take the time – you will be truly blessed today!

      I came away from hearing and listening to that particular sermon and the following verses came to my mind. They certainly compliment the Scriptures that have already been shared and add far more wisdom than my initial response. I praise my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ for enabling the Holy Spirit to lead my mind to them!

      Pro 1:7

      The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge,
      But fools despise wisdom and instruction.

      Psa 111:10

      The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom;
      A good understanding have all those who do His commandments.
      His praise endures forever.

      Pro 9:10

      “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom,
      And the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.

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  2. Commenter suggests: I should “apologize to all the people [I’ve] lied to over the years, and then shut down this blog.” | Talk Wisdom Says:

    […] commenter here at this blog took issue with what was written in this post and then proceeded to suggest that I “apologize to all the people [I’ve] lied to over […]

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  3. GMpilot Says:

    Ahhh…now it’s clear! It is your desire for me to “apologize to all the people [I’ve] lied to over the years, and then shut down this blog.”
    Actually no, but go on…

    But then…if I did as you requested…what would you do with yourself when you no longer have me here to give you the opportunity to rail against the True God of the Bible?
    In a bit over seven months Obama will be out of office. You’ve been frothing about him for longer than this blog has existed. What will YOU do when he’s no longer around for you to rant against? You’ll find another target, that’s what.
    There’s always other Christbots out there too, but I’m your Nemesis. You said so, long ago.
    And I didn’t request that you shut down, I suggested it. Free will and all that.

    Wow…for someone who holds equal hatred towards the True God of the Bible (and rejects His Son, Jesus Christ for salvation) as well as the false god of Islam, how could you know what true, genuine, agape love is and what is required of us in return?
    You say the god of Islam is false. I say they all are false. You should know by now I’m an equal-opportunity scoffer.
    You also know there’s other kinds of love besides eros and agape, right? You seem to often conflate agape with one of the middle two.
    The bible makes it quite clear; the best way to show god how much you love him is to show your fellow men how much you love them.

    Jhn 15:13 “Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.
    I disagree. Anybody can die for a friend, and many sometimes do. I think the greater love is to lay down one’s life for someone who is not a friend. Someone who is a complete stranger, perhaps even someone who would, in other circumstances, spit in one’s face. Police do that all the time. So do firefighters.

    As for the likes of Zuckerberg? I would never trust a person like him who labels his so-called “followers” on FB as “dumb f***s” and plays “god” over them by manipulating them in various ways via the site;…
    No one said you have to trust them, church lady; just treat them the way you’d want to be treated if the places were reversed. God seems to have never heard of “leading by example”, but I’m sure you have. You can do it.

    I would suggest that you also read Jeremiah 17:11-13.
    If he is the hope of Israel, as the text says, it has nothing to do with me. I am not an Israelite.

    If you cannot demonstrate some of that heavenly agape love that you’re so on about, then either that love is false, or you are. If it’s you, well…I already suggested what you could do.

    “The fear of God is not the beginning of wisdom. The fear of God is the death of wisdom. Skepticism and doubt lead to study and investigation, and investigation is the beginning of wisdom.”

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