Friday, August 28, 2009

The Good Shepard (7-13-09)

Psalms 23 is a celebrated text quoted in every feel good book, promise box, or even secular literature. It was penned in great hope and a mature experience. Yet I find it no accident it follows Psalm 22. Here is the mind of Christ, and my defense against all my critics. Faith we know sees things that are not as though they are. Faith and prophecy are hand in glove relationally. All prophecy is of the Lord for Christ is the spirit of prophesy. Prophecy liberates while simultaneously restrains. Once the vision of faith sees what will become in the spirit of Christ it restrains the will to choices consistent and yet liberates the spirit from reasonable predictions. It is an easy thing to predict that a powerful government bent on the destruction of Dorean, Scott and Kurt will prevail. Who can resist their machinations? Their system is a well designed meat grinder and once in there is no exit. Prediction is reasonable but it is not faith. Who could argue with the reason of my critics prediction? They are sound. But I have never tried to argue reason only express the vision of faith. Faith is not guided by reason but by Christ. Here in the Psalms is a great example. Christ had the maturity to see Psalms 23 while hanging on the cross of Psalm 22. No reasonable man could predict the cross a victory, only faith saw this. I have shied away from predictions in this trial. They have very reasonable advantage over me. Somethings were obvious to know and others came by surprise but could reasonable be understood in hindsight. What many have failed to understand of Scott and I is that a very mature Christ within us was expressing the peace of Psalm 23 in the midst of our Psalm 22 trial. It is my prayer that this spirit of faith will overtake you so you can experience the Joy of Psalm 23 prophetically with your faith before it appears reasonably. Much has tried to robe me of this joy but just a little praise will bring you back to green pastures and still waters. I don’t predict our ultimate victory Psalms 23 declared it long before Alsup showed up. I see it with faith, a gift Christ has given me. A gift He used Himself on His cross.


posthigh said...

The cross of Jesus portrays the full measure of the supreme devotion of the true shepherd for even the unworthy members of his
flock. It forever places all relations between God and man upon the family basis. God is the Father; man is his son. Love, the love of a father for his son, becomes the central truth in the universe relations of Creator and creature—not the justice of a king which seeks satisfaction in the sufferings and punishment of the evil-doing subject.
The cross forever shows that the attitude of Jesus toward sinners was neither condemnation nor condonation, but rather eternal
and loving salvation. Jesus is truly a savior in the sense that his life and death do win men over to goodness and righteous survival.
Jesus loves men so much that his love awakens the response of love in the human heart. Love is truly contagious and eternally creative. Jesus’ death on the cross exemplifies a love which is sufficiently strong and divine to forgive sin and swallow up all evildoing.
Jesus disclosed to this world a higher quality of righteousness than justice—mere technical right and wrong. Divine love does
not merely forgive wrongs; it absorbs and actually destroys them. The forgiveness of love utterly transcends the forgiveness of mercy. Mercy sets the guilt of evil-doing to one side; but love destroys forever the sin and all weakness resulting therefrom. Jesus
brought a new method of living to Urantia. He taught us not to resist evil but to find through him a goodness which effectually
destroys evil. The forgiveness of Jesus is not condonation; it is salvation from condemnation. Salvation does not slight wrongs; it makes them right. True love does not compromise nor condone hate; it destroys it. The love of Jesus is never satisfied with mere
forgiveness. The Master’s love implies rehabilitation, eternal survival. It is altogether proper to speak of salvation as redemption if you mean this eternal rehabilitation.
Jesus, by the power of his personal love for men, could break the hold of sin and evil. He thereby set men free to choose better ways of living. Jesus portrayed a deliverance from the past which in itself promised a triumph for the future. Forgiveness thus provided salvation. The beauty of divine love, once fully admitted to the human heart, forever destroys the charm of sin and the power of evil.
The sufferings of Jesus were not confined to the crucifixion. In reality, Jesus of Nazareth spent upward of twenty-five years on
the cross of a real and intense mortal existence. The real value of the cross consists in the fact that it was the supreme and final
expression of his love, the completed revelation of his mercy.

sopsback said...

of course!

jug beans, yo dun it agian.

waht yo expeck??

Court orders Christian child into government education
10-year-old's 'vigorous' defense of her faith condemned by judge

Posted: August 28, 2009
12:35 am Eastern

A 10-year-old homeschool girl described as "well liked, social and interactive with her peers, academically promising and intellectually at or superior to grade level" has been told by a New Hampshire court official to attend a government school because she was too "vigorous" in defense of her Christian faith.

The decision from Marital Master Michael Garner reasoned that the girl's "vigorous defense of her religious beliefs to [her] counselor suggests strongly that she has not had the opportunity to seriously consider any other point of view."

The recommendation was approved by Judge Lucinda V. Sadler, but it is being challenged by attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund, who said it was "a step too far" for any court.

The ADF confirmed today it has filed motions with the court seeking reconsideration of the order and a stay of the decision sending the 10-year-old student in government-run schools in Meredith, N.H.

(Story continues below)

The dispute arose as part of a modification of a parenting plan for the girl. The parents divorced in 1999 when she was a newborn, and the mother has homeschooled her daughter since first grade with texts that meet all state standards.

In addition to homeschooling, the girl attends supplemental public school classes and has also been involved in a variety of extra-curricular sports activities, the ADF reported.

But during the process of negotiating the terms of the plan, a guardian ad litem appointed to participate concluded the girl "appeared to reflect her mother's rigidity on questions of faith" and that the girl's interests "would be best served by exposure to a public school setting" and "different points of view at a time when she must begin to critically evaluate multiple systems of belief ... in order to select, as a young adult, which of those systems will best suit her own needs."

According to court documents, the guardian ad litem earlier had told the mother, "If I want her in public school, she'll be in public school."

The marital master hearing the case proposed the Christian girl be ordered into public school after considering "the impact of [her religious] beliefs on her interaction with others."

"Parents have a fundamental right to make educational choices for their children. In this case specifically, the court is illegitimately altering a method of education that the court itself admits is working," said ADF-allied attorney John Anthony Simmons of Hampton.

"The court is essentially saying that the evidence shows that, socially and academically, this girl is doing great, but her religious beliefs are a bit too sincerely held and must be sifted, tested by, and mixed among other worldviews. This is a step too far for any court to take."

"The New Hampshire Supreme Court itself has specifically declared, 'Home education is an enduring American tradition and right,'" said ADF Senior Legal Counsel Mike Johnson. "There is clearly and without question no legitimate legal basis for the court's decision, and we trust it will reconsider its conclusions."

sopsback said...

cont'd from above

The case, handled in the Family Division of the Judicial Court for Belknap County in Laconia, involves Martin Kurowski and Brenda Kurowski (Voydatch), and their daughter.

The ADF also argued that the issue already was raised in 2006 and rejected by the court.

"Most urgent … is the issue of Amanda's schooling as the school year has begun and Amanda is being impacted by the court's decision daily," the court filing requesting a stay said. "Serious state statutory and federal constitutional concerns are implicated by the court's ruling and which need to be remedied without delay.

"It is not the proper role of the court to insist that Amanda be 'exposed to different points of view' if the primary residential parent has determined that it is in Amanda's best interest not to be exposed to secular influences that would undermine Amanda's faith, schooling, social development, etc. The court is not permitted to demonstrate hostility toward religion, and particularly the faith of Amanda and Mother, by removing Amanda from the home and thrusting her into an environment that the custodial parent deems detrimental to Amanda."

"The order assumes that because Amanda has sincerely held Christian beliefs, there must be a problem that needs solving. It is a parent's constitutionally protected right to train up their children in the religious beliefs that they hold. It is not up to the court to suggest that a 10-year-old should be 'exposed' to other religious views contrary to the faith traditions of her parents. Could it not be that this sharp 10-year-old 'vigorously' believes what she does because she knows it to be true? The court's narrative suggests that 10-year-olds are too young to form opinions and that they are not yet allowed to have sincerely held Christian beliefs," the ADF said.

"Absent any other clear and convincing evidence justifying the court's decision, it would appear that the court has indeed taken sides with regard to the issue of religion and has preferred one religious view over another (or the absence of religion). This is impermissible," the documents said.

The guardian ad litem had an anti-Christian bias, the documents said, telling the mother at one point she wouldn't even look at homeschool curriculum.

"I don't want to hear it. It's all Christian based," she said.

sopsback said...

The recommendation was approved by Judge Lucinda V. Sadler,

anther of course!!!

anynone with the name Lucinda.....

conceal the name "Luci/Luce".....ho else??/

Luce - the angle of light

or rahter "darkness"

beware anynone names....





Luca (Brasi)


all 180ยบ opposite...the angle of darkness

sopsback said...

even tho the jugs themselfs are crupt, yo wnt find a 'bigger slop in da face' fomr one of they own then the fedril coat jugs saying:

Writing for the court, Judge Bruce M. Selya wrote that the FBI “stooped too low’’ to try to stamp out organized crime and that “the large damage awards mark the last word of a sad chapter in the annals of federal law enforcement.’’

the 'last words':


.....and alwasy was......

notice dat hal truner tried to say the same inflamed thins abut the govt.

the diffance is:


just trying to educate yo

yo alredy no dat i am againt all form of vilence and wars.

as violence just beget mo violence

killin just beget more killin'

like the govt tring to kill every last terrist that they themselfs create(d)

like the new war in afganstand.

tell me nothin'?

ho a bunch of peasant farmers they call 'tailban' gonna hurt us?

what? tey gonna hop on a plane and fly here?

what? they manfacturng guns, rockets, tanks, jetfiters??


they growing poopy that the cia want to steel fo themselfs??? yo tlking.....

sopsback said...


yo kids/g/kids have no futeru unless and untile they dis the

1) crop govt.

2) see eye ay!!

3) an last da Futile Bullshit of Infestation

les they get rid of those, yo kids/g-kids still be under slafery.

sopsback said...

In a dramatic ruling on July 26, 2007, Gertner found the FBI “responsible for the framing of four innocent men’’ in the murder of a small-time criminal, Edward “Teddy’’ Deegan, in a Chelsea alley.

She concluded after a 22-day bench trial that the FBI deliberately withheld evidence of the four men’s innocence and helped hide the injustice for decades.

sopsback said...

“responsible for the framing of four innocent men’’


some day YO culd be one of dose incents men.

coss tghe fbi a crmnal enterpries....

sopsback said...



August 25, 2009

Birdflupandemic A new law just passed in Massachusetts imposes fines of up to $1000 per day and up to a 30 day jail sentence for not obeying authorities during a public health emergency. So if you are instructed to take the swine flu vaccine in Massachusetts and you refuse, you could be facing fines that will bankrupt you and a prison sentence on top of that.

The YouTube video below is of a news report about this disturbing new law. In particular, pay attention at the 1:40 mark when the anchor and reporter discuss the new penalties for not obeying the health authorities during an emergency…..

If you have not realized it yet, the controversy over swine flu vaccinations is about to get very, very real. The authorities know that a lot of people are extremely concerned about the safety of the swine flu vaccine, and they are putting the infrastructure in place to deal with those dissenters.

Let us hope that the worst case scenario with the swine flu does not take place, but the reality is that health authorities across the United States are gearing up for the biggest vaccination campaign in the nation’s history. It looks like this fall could be very, very interesting.


sopsback said...


sopsback said...

spose ;yo dun have the g-note/

wht they gonna do???

haf to giv yo da shot fo free?

wht dat called?

legal injecton??

opps....lethal injectin

sopsback said...



sopsback said...

dun worry....soon dose 2 guys everynun be fraid of show up....yo no....da 2 witnesses....jug beans be hidding unda his bench....maybe he alreddy hidding there now?

sopsback said...

2 witnesses =

2 lampstands =

2 candlesticks =

shining holy light and exposing the evil darkness

those poor guys...everyone will hates them when they appear...becoss they will be exposing all the evil/corruption gong on in da jug beans try...nowhre to run, nowhere to hide from their truth...the truth of the 2 lampstands...

sopsback said...

even if you look in revelation, jesus/yeshua more or less said to the chruch:

"if you dont straighten out, i shall the lampstand..." or in some books, its said.."i shall remove the candlstick"

waht they both do?

shine light

different from "luce"

the angle of light

sopsback said...


August 27, 2009

he Federal Reserve is warning of a "Possible Systemic Risk" to the financial system in the next 5 days if they, the Federal Reserve, have to disclose who they have made emergency loans too.


The Fed is not in the business of disclosing what business practices they conduct. They are a privately owned company / banking cartel. They also wield a lot of power and can literally shut the US financial system down at a flick of a switch.

So how did this all come about?

The Federal Reserve was sued by Bloomberg News and guess what; Bloomberg won. Because of this judgment, the Federal Reserve must disclose who the borrowers of the $750 Billion + emergency loans are to the American public by Aug 31. That is this coming Monday and we are facing a weekend. Historically when the Fed does act on bad news, they do it on a Friday afternoon so that they have a two day head start on trying to control the flood gates / damage control.

The Fed Reserve is warning everyone that not only will the disclosure of this information hurt the banks they loaned to, but also to the US economy itself.

Folks; there is clear warning of intent here by the Federal Reserve.

It is not my intent to hype this up and to scare the pants off of everyone, but historically bad news like this always takes place on a Friday.

So why all the concern…

I am concerned because the Fed Reserve has clearly stated to the judge that bad things can take place and that the judge should not have forced them, the Fed Reserve, and because of you judge, here is the outcome based upon your actions forcing us to reveal these secrets.

sopsback said...

What we are seeing is the Fed Reserve about to go into temper tantrum mode if the Fed has to comply with the judgment.

The Fed has clearly stated that to disclose the financial firms it lent to or disclose the amounts or the assets put up as collateral under the emergency programs, saying "disclosure might set off a run by depositors and unsettle shareholders."

For the Fed Reserve to say something like this, means quite possibly something huge and we could be looking at a possible systemic risk to the financial system.

There is already speculation on the street talking a possible devaluation of the dollar upwards to 50% which could take place over night. Having it be a weekend, and possibly shutting down ATMs nation wide and you can get the idea. Who will be blamed, yep the judge.

Now, can this take place? Yes it can. Will it take place? I have to say that I am not sure. Dates like the Aug 31 judgment come and go. The Feds can ignore the Judge, this can be taken to a higher court and appealed, there are a lot of things that can happen. Personally I have to ask who has the power to exercise judgment on the Fed and force them to comply if they really don't want to? The answer... No one.

sopsback said...


So what happens if we see a possible systemic risk take place or in other words some sort of money meltdown?

Well if something does take place, it is the weekend and come Monday all hell would have already broken loose by then. It would take several days to "fix" the problem. In fact how they "fix" the problem is a whole can of worms in and of itself. We have been hearing rumors of a banking holiday for the past 6 months now, maybe this might be it.

I guess the biggest question you have right now is "What to Do?" I really can't tell you what to do, but I can tell you what I am going to do. The best advice I can offer is try to be ready if something does happen.

You all know that we have been preaching stewardship for a long time, so we are doing ok in that department.

What I will do is the following...

1. Get the cars filled up with gas.

2. Get our grocery shopping done before the weekend.

3. Draw out some cash to have on hand, enough to last the weekend plus a couple of days.

4. Review those small needed (pair of shoes, air filter for the Buick, ect) and consider getting them now while we can.

That is about all I can do.

There are rumblings on the street taking place and the Fed is making idol threats. When things of this magnitude are in play, it behooves us to review what our options are and should we possibly act to based upon the given information to weather a storm. I can’t tell you what to do, all I know is what "I" would do with this sort of information.

I pray that all of this is just rumblings, but like the boy scout motto says... Be Prepared.


Bloomberg News - Federal Reserve Says Disclosing Loans Will Hurt Banks

The Atlantic - The Problem With Federal Reserve Transparency

iStockanalyst- Fed Fights For Its Secrets

sopsback said...

"....warning of a "Possible Systemic Risk" to the financial system....."

in udder worlds....


stock yo food, water and .357 bullits

yo gonna nedd it