Wednesday, September 30, 2015

KC has more racial problems...

Last week in the Kansas City area, little is being publicized about 2 black thieves shooting a white veteran in the back Friday night, or where 8 blacks nearly beat a white man to death outside a country club plaza.

Kansas City doesn’t look like the safest place to hang out for a white male. Both these attacks happened in a public place with little regard for legal consequences. It looks like civilian security volunteer groups may be necessary since LEO’s fear for their life and career if they use deadly force against minorities. As racial violence spreads, solutions become complex.

Injustice inflicted upon citizens by law enforcement doesn’t give anyone the right or reason to administer revenge. Red or yellow, black or white, cop or criminal, there is never justification for violence, although one might make an exception for self-defense.

I am of the opinion that relatively few Americans are interested in the 6 executions scheduled over the next nine days. Some believe justice is served, others believe it to be unnecessary. I seem to always reflect on the verse, “the strength of sin is the law”.

Why would the United Nations appoint one of the worst human rights violators to oversee a UN panel on human rights? The President was seen shaking hands with Iranian leadership at the UN recently. Looks like we get along better with them than Russia, China and Israel.

The US condemns Russia and China but creates an unholy alliance with terrorist nations. They sure know how to work our political system. It was my understanding that the perpetrators of 9/11 were from Saudi Arabia.

I almost became physically ill while looking at photos of champion girl bodybuilders. There has got to be some form of borderline malnourishment is this lifestyle. I found it more repulsive than attractive, which is why I didn’t link to the article.


Anonymous said...

Where O Death is Your Victory?
…55"O DEATH, WHERE IS YOUR VICTORY? O DEATH, WHERE IS YOUR STING?" 56The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law; 57but thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.…

Cross References

Romans 3:20
Therefore no one will be declared righteous in God's sight by the works of the law; rather, through the law we become conscious of our sin.

Romans 4:15
because the law brings wrath. And where there is no law there is no transgression.

Romans 5:12
Therefore, just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all people, because all sinned--

Romans 7:8
But sin, seizing the opportunity afforded by the commandment, produced in me every kind of coveting. For apart from the law, sin was dead.

Anonymous said...

And your point is?

Anonymous said...

A further elucidation of “the strength of sin is the law” -- read the verses carefully. What do they mean? If it means nothing, then what is your point? Sorrow over the 6 executions?

Anonymous said...

It seems 1:42 PM may be implying that if we abolished all laws that murder, rape and crime as we know it would not exist. And if it did, society's forgiveness would curb or stop the behavior...

Anonymous said...

“And I will require the blood of anyone who takes another person’s life. If a wild animal kills a person, it must die. And anyone who murders a fellow human must die. If anyone takes a human life, that person’s life will also be taken by human hands. For God made human beings[a] in his own image." Genesis 9:5-6

Has God changed? Have his commandments changed? Should placing consequences on murder be replaced by man's forgiveness, like we have with abortion? I must defer to His commandments, not to human laws or opinion.

By tolerating the killing innocent people, we enable and promote the behavior, making us partly responsible for these actions. I must love the sinner, but hate the sin. I must also allow the sinner to suffer the consequences of his actions if he is ever to change or demonstrate personal responsibility for his actions.

Pain and suffering are great motivators for men to change. Conviction comes in many forms.