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Sun, Nov 10 2013 - 08:53 AM

Two Issues


I don't think churches should be legally required to comply with laws enabling and endorsing homosexual behavior. That would be akin to manufacturing hypocrisy. And that would show lack of discretion.

Churches should be left to formulate policy from the Bible.


Future negotiations with Iran may show some promise. As this century moves forward and cost per kilowatt hour produced by solar panels drops, Iran should be encouraged to switch to solar electricity production and move away from nuclear power. Since the centrifuges and plutonium reactors are such a sensitive issue, Iran should be able to acknowledge that 5 years from now they won't need nuclear plants and should be implementing solar technology. Also, Iran does not have to buy solar panels from the US. They can buy panels from China if they prefer.


I hope a reasonable path is found to peace in the Middle East.



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roundtable - 5 years ago

Thank you for your comments Sarah. I pray the Lord will bless all His servants and protect them from the maelstrom.

praizeop2 - 5 years ago

#1... that is why the constitution has stated the separation of church and state... so that the state cannot inflict laws on the church. Unfortunately, the powers of evil have turned it around to say that the church must come under state authority.
#2... Pray for the soon return of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! See you then!
Blessings ~ Sarah

praizeop2 - 5 years ago

Good points! Good to see you. :) Blessings ~ Sarah