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     Judy's Corner

I put the thingamajig inside
the whatchamacallit,
turned the doohickey and the
wuteveritis still doesn't work.

What do you think . . . any ides?

Let's just call it a hootenanny.

Judy Rose
I sent an angel to look over you at night but came back a minute later and I asked why. It told me "Angels don't watch other angels."
The Coming New World Order
I think that his [Obama's] task will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period, when really a New World Order can be created.
  ~   Henry Kissinger, CNBC 2008

Apostasy And Ecumenism

I want to quote from a book called A Woman Rides The Beast.


. . . a dramatic change in the thinking of Christian leaders regarding Roman Catholcism from the days of Spurgeon to the present time . . .

For 350 years most Protestant ceeds identified the papacy as the system of Anti-christ.  That identification is now being dropped. The world's foremost evangelist has called Pope John Paul II 'the greatest religous leader of the modern world . . .

One of America's foremost 'experts on the family; considers the pope to be 'the most eminent religeious leader who names the name of Jesus Christ.

One frequently hears of leading evangelicals who have visited the pope and come away convinced that he is 'born again.'  If so, how could he continue in that fradulent office heading that corrup religious system with its fale gospel of works and ritual that is sending multitudes to damnation?

Increasing numbers of today's evangelicals are accepting Catholics as Christians and seem to find no problem in joining with them in the evagnelization of the world.  That fact is mad by the very title of historic joint declaration (referred to earlier) by Catholic and evangelical leaders:  Evangelicals and Catholics Together: The Christian Mission in the 3rd Millennium

Evangelicals and Catholics are declared to be full partners in the Christian Mission of taking the gospel to the whole world, and they are not to evangelize one another.  'It is neither theologically legitimate nor a prudent use of resources for one Christian community [evangelicals] to proselytize among active adherents of another Chrisitan community [Catholics].

Some of the Protestant evangelists are now conducting thier crusades in partnership with Catholics.  However, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones explaines why he could not support such Crusades in England:

I remind you that the Protestant Reformers were not just bitoted zealots or fools.  Their eyes were opened by the Holy Spirit . . .

They saw this horrible monstrousity depicted in the Bible and they warned against it.  At the risk of even losing their lives they stood up and protested . . .

A Christianity that merely preaches "come to Christ" or "Come to Jesus" cannot stand before Rome.  Probably what that will do ultimately will be to add to the numbers belonging to Rome.


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25 And ye shall serve the LORD your God, and he shall bless thy bread, and thy water; and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee. Exo 23:25

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God Bless President Trump
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Poem of the day
Gods' Amazing Grace
   SG Quote 48.
My wife and I share meals at the restaraunt.   I tell the waitresses "after 50 years of marriage slobbers ain't gonna hurt us now!"
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Today's Gospel Song
When He Set Me Free
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LBIAS Of The Day
Porch Walker
   More Quote by SG ~ 6.
Samson tore down his own fence

~ George Cavaness
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President Trump
Crooked Hillary Clinton is the worst (and biggest) loser of all time.

She just can't stop, which is so good for the Republican Party.

Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!

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The Presidents

William Howard Taft

27th President of the United States

In office:
March 4, 1909 - March 4, 1913

Vice President:
James S. Sherman (1909 - 1912)
None (1912 - 1913)

Preceded by
Theodore Roosevelt

Succeeded by:
Woodrow Wilson

Political party:

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William Howard Taft
(September 15, 1857 - March 8, 1930)

William Taft was the only person to have held both offices of President and chief justice of the United States.  Taft was elected president in 1908, the chosen successor of Theodore Roosevelt, but was defeated for re-election by Woodrow Wilson in 1912 after Roosevelt split the Republican vote by running as a third-party candidate.

Taft attended Yale and, like his father, was a member of Skull and Bones.  After becoming a lawyer, Taft was appointed a judge while still in his twenties.  He continued a rapid rise, being named Solicitor General and as a judge of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.  In 1901, President William McKinley appointed Taft civilian governor of the Philippines.  In 1904, Roosevelt made him Secretary of War, and he became Roosevelt's hand-picked successor.  Despite his personal ambition to become chief justice, Taft declined repeated offers of appointment to the Supreme Court of the United States, believing his political work to be more important.

In the White House, he focused on East Asia more than European affairs and repeatedly intervened to prop up or remove Latin American governments.  Taft sought reductions to trade tariffs, then a major source of governmental income, but the resulting bill was heavily influenced by special interests.  His administration was filled with conflict between the conservative wing of the Republican Party, with which Taft often sympathized, and the progressive wing, toward which Roosevelt moved more and more.

Controversies over conservation and antitrust cases filed by the Taft administration served to further separate the two men.  Roosevelt challenged Taft for renomination in 1912.  Taft used his control of the party machinery to gain a bare majority of delegates and Roosevelt bolted the party.  The split left Taft with little chance of re-election and he took only Utah and Vermont in Wilson's victory.

After leaving office, Taft returned to Yale as a professor, continuing his political activity and working against war through the League to Enforce Peace.  In 1921, President Harding appointed Taft as chief justice, an office he had long sought.  Chief Justice Taft was a conservative on business issues and under him there were advances in individual rights.  In poor health, he resigned in February 1930, and died the following month.

Taft is generally listed near the middle in historians' rankings of U.S. presidents.

September 15, 1857 Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.

March 8, 1930 (aged 72) Washington, D.C., U.S.

Resting place:
Arlington National Cemetery

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Great Outside Links
   Redneck Sayins' 17.
You'll never hear a Redneck say . . . "Whooooooeee . . . I need to have me a bubble bath!"

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