I would rather live my life as if there is a God, and die to find out there isn’t, than live my life as if there isn’t, and die to find out there is!

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Punishment in Hell

God of Heavenly PunishmentGod of Heavenly Punishment (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Are there degrees of punishment in hell?

Yes. The degree of punishment will be commensurate with one's sin against the light (knowledge & understanding) which he or she has received. (see Revelation 20:12,13;22:12) In other words, the more we know and understand, the less we should sin. This applies to those of us who are saved as well as the lost.  We will be judged for our actions while in the body of Christ. "For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive what is due him for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad." 2 Corinthians 5:10  So, even those of us fortunate enough to have been chosen by God will stand before the judgment seat of Christ, and will face degrees of punishment also. But, at least we will be in heaven.

That servant who knows his master's will and does not get ready or does not do what his master wants will be beaten with many blows. But the one who does not know and does things deserving punishment will be beaten with few blows.  From everyone who has been given much; much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked. 
Luke 12:47,48

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Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Man Who Should Be President

 The Man Who Should Be President

 By Chuck Baldwin

 April 12, 2012

 Today, I am going to do something that I have never done: I am going
 to devote virtually my entire column to posting another man’s words.
 That man is the man who should be President of the United States:
 Congressman Ron Paul of Texas. The following is a written transcript
 of a speech Dr. Paul gave on the floor of the US House of
 Representatives back in 2007. Had Congressman Paul been elected
 President in 2008, the country would be four years into the greatest
 economic, political, and, yes, spiritual recovery in the history of
 America. As it is, the US is on the brink of totalitarianism and
 economic ruin. And you can mark it down, four years from now it
 won’t matter to a tinker’s dam whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney
 was elected President this November. Neither man has the remotest
 understanding of America’s real problems nor the courage and
 backbone to do anything about it if they did understand.

 Read the following. This is a man who understands the Constitution.
 This is a man who understands sound economic principles. This is a man
 who understands liberty and freedom. This is a man who has the guts to
 tell the truth. This is a man who has put his life and career on the
 line for the principles of liberty for more than two decades. This is
 a man who has returned every dollar that he has been paid as a US
 congressman to the taxpayers. This is the man who should be President
 of the United States.

 [Ron Paul’s speech begins here] For some, patriotism is the last
 refuge of a scoundrel. For others, it means dissent against a
 government's abuse of the people's rights.

 I have never met a politician in Washington or any American, for that
 matter, who chose to be called unpatriotic. Nor have I met anyone who
 did not believe he wholeheartedly supported our troops, wherever they
 may be.

 What I have heard all too frequently from various individuals are
 sharp accusations that, because their political opponents disagree
 with them on the need for foreign military entanglements, they were
 unpatriotic, un-American evildoers deserving contempt.

 The original American patriots were those individuals brave enough to
 resist with force the oppressive power of King George. I accept the
 definition of patriotism as that effort to resist oppressive state

 The true patriot is motivated by a sense of responsibility and out of
 self-interest for himself, his family, and the future of his country
 to resist government abuse of power. He rejects the notion that
 patriotism means obedience to the state. Resistance need not be
 violent, but the civil disobedience that might be required involves
 confrontation with the state and invites possible imprisonment.

 Peaceful, nonviolent revolutions against tyranny have been every bit
 as successful as those involving military confrontation. Mahatma
 Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., achieved great political
 successes by practicing nonviolence, and yet they suffered physically
 at the hands of the state. But whether the resistance against
 government tyrants is nonviolent or physically violent, the effort to
 overthrow state oppression qualifies as true patriotism.

 True patriotism today has gotten a bad name, at least from the
 government and the press. Those who now challenge the unconstitutional
 methods of imposing an income tax on us, or force us to use a monetary
 system designed to serve the rich at the expense of the poor are
 routinely condemned. These American patriots are sadly looked down
 upon by many. They are never praised as champions of liberty as Gandhi
 and Martin Luther King have been.

 Liberals, who withhold their taxes as a protest against war, are
 vilified as well, especially by conservatives. Unquestioned loyalty to
 the state is especially demanded in times of war. Lack of support for
 a war policy is said to be unpatriotic. Arguments against a particular
 policy that endorses a war, once it is started, are always said to be
 endangering the troops in the field. This, they blatantly claim, is
 unpatriotic, and all dissent must stop. Yet, it is dissent from
 government policies that defines the true patriot and champion of

 It is conveniently ignored that the only authentic way to best
 support the troops is to keep them out of dangerous undeclared no-win
 wars that are politically inspired. Sending troops off to war for
 reasons that are not truly related to national security and, for that
 matter, may even damage our security, is hardly a way to patriotically
 support the troops.

 Who are the true patriots, those who conform or those who protest
 against wars without purpose? How can it be said that blind support
 for a war, no matter how misdirected the policy, is the duty of a

 Randolph Bourne said that, "War is the health of the state.'' With
 war, he argued, the state thrives. Those who believe in the powerful
 state see war as an opportunity. Those who mistrust the people and the
 market for solving problems have no trouble promoting a "war
 psychology'' to justify the expansive role of the state. This includes
 the role the Federal Government plays in our lives, as well as in our
 economic transactions.

 Certainly, the neoconservative belief that we have a moral obligation
 to spread American values worldwide through force justifies the
 conditions of war in order to rally support at home for the heavy hand
 of government. It is through this policy, it should surprise no one,
 that our liberties are undermined. The economy becomes overextended,
 and our involvement worldwide becomes prohibited. Out of fear of being
 labeled unpatriotic, most of the citizens become compliant and accept
 the argument that some loss of liberty is required to fight the war in
 order to remain safe.

 This is a bad trade-off, in my estimation, especially when done in
 the name of patriotism. Loyalty to the state and to autocratic leaders
 is substituted for true patriotism; that is, a willingness to
 challenge the state and defend the country, the people and the
 culture. The more difficult the times, the stronger the admonition
 comes that the leaders be not criticized.

 Because the crisis atmosphere of war supports the growth of the
 state, any problem invites an answer by declaring war, even on social
 and economic issues. This elicits patriotism in support of various
 government solutions, while enhancing the power of the state. Faith in
 government coercion and a lack of understanding of how free societies
 operate encourages big-government liberals and big-government
 conservatives to manufacture a war psychology to demand political
 loyalty for domestic policy just as is required in foreign affairs.

 The long-term cost in dollars spent and liberties lost is neglected
 as immediate needs are emphasized. It is for this reason that we have
 multiple perpetual wars going on simultaneously. Thus, the war on
 drugs, the war against gun ownership, the war against poverty, the war
 against illiteracy, the war against terrorism, as well as our foreign
 military entanglements are endless.

 All this effort promotes the growth of statism at the expense of
 liberty. A government designed for a free society should do the
 opposite, prevent the growth of statism and preserve liberty.

 Once a war of any sort is declared, the message is sent out not to
 object or you will be declared unpatriotic. Yet, we must not forget
 that the true patriot is the one who protests in spite of the
 consequences. Condemnation or ostracism or even imprisonment may

 Nonviolent protesters of the Tax Code are frequently imprisoned,
 whether they are protesting the code's unconstitutionality or the war
 that the tax revenues are funding. Resisters to the military draft or
 even to Selective Service registration are threatened and imprisoned
 for challenging this threat to liberty.

 Statism depends on the idea that the government owns us and citizens
 must obey. Confiscating the fruits of our labor through the income tax
 is crucial to the health of the state. The draft, or even the mere
 existence of the Selective Service, emphasizes that we will march off
 to war at the state's pleasure.

 A free society rejects all notions of involuntary servitude, whether
 by draft or the confiscation of the fruits of our labor through the
 personal income tax. A more sophisticated and less well-known
 technique for enhancing the state is the manipulation and transfer of
 wealth through the fiat monetary system operated by the secretive
 Federal Reserve.

 Protesters against this unconstitutional system of paper money are
 considered unpatriotic criminals and at times are imprisoned for their
 beliefs. The fact that, according to the Constitution, only gold and
 silver are legal tender and paper money outlawed matters little. The
 principle of patriotism is turned on its head. Whether it's with
 regard to the defense of welfare spending at home, confiscatory income
 tax, or an immoral monetary system or support for a war fought under
 false pretense without a legal declaration, the defenders of liberty
 and the Constitution are portrayed as unpatriotic, while those who
 support these programs are seen as the patriots.

 If there is a war going on, supporting the state's effort to win the
 war is expected at all costs, no dissent. The real problem is that
 those who love the state too often advocate policies that lead to
 military action. At home, they are quite willing to produce a crisis
 atmosphere and claim a war is needed to solve the problem. Under these
 conditions, the people are more willing to bear the burden of paying
 for the war and to carelessly sacrifice liberties, which they are told
 is necessary.

 The last 6 years have been quite beneficial to the health of the
 state, which comes at the expense of personal liberty. Every enhanced
 unconstitutional power of the state can only be achieved at the
 expense of individual liberty. Even though in every war in which we
 have been engaged civil liberties have suffered, some have been
 restored after the war ended, but never completely. That has resulted
 in a steady erosion of our liberties over the past 200 years. Our
 government was originally designed to protect our liberties, but it
 has now, instead, become the usurper of those liberties.

 We currently live in the most difficult of times for guarding against
 an expanding central government with a steady erosion of our freedoms.
 We are continually being reminded that 9/11 has changed everything.

 Unfortunately, the policy that needed most to be changed, that is,
 our policy of foreign interventionism, has only been expanded. There
 is no pretense any longer that a policy of humility in foreign
 affairs, without being the world's policemen and engaging in nation
 building, is worthy of consideration.

 We now live in a post-9/11 America where our government is going to
 make us safe no matter what it takes. We are expected to grin and bear
 it and adjust to every loss of our liberties in the name of patriotism
 and security.

 Though the majority of Americans initially welcomed the declared
 effort to make us safe, and we are willing to sacrifice for the cause,
 more and more Americans are now becoming concerned about civil
 liberties being needlessly and dangerously sacrificed.

 The problem is that the Iraq war continues to drag on, and a real
 danger of it spreading exists. There is no evidence that a truce will
 soon be signed in Iraq or in the war on terror or the war on drugs.
 Victory is not even definable. If Congress is incapable of declaring
 an official war, it is impossible to know when it will end. We have
 been fully forewarned that the world conflict in which we are now
 engaged will last a long, long time.

 The war mentality and the pervasive fear of an unidentified enemy
 allows for a steady erosion of our liberties, and, with this, our
 respect for self-reliance and confidence is lost. Just think of the
 self-sacrifice and the humiliation we go through at the airport
 screening process on a routine basis. Though there is no scientific
 evidence of any likelihood of liquids and gels being mixed on an
 airplane to make a bomb, billions of dollars are wasted throwing away
 toothpaste and hair spray, and searching old women in wheelchairs.

 Our enemies say boo, and we jump, we panic, and then we punish
 ourselves. We are worse than a child being afraid of the dark. But in
 a way, the fear of indefinable terrorism is based on our inability to
 admit the truth about why there is a desire by a small number of angry
 radical Islamists to kill Americans. It is certainly not because they
 are jealous of our wealth and freedoms.

 We fail to realize that the extremists, willing to sacrifice their
 own lives to kill their enemies, do so out of a sense of weakness and
 desperation over real and perceived attacks on their way of life,
 their religion, their country, and their natural resources. Without
 the conventional diplomatic or military means to retaliate against
 these attacks, and an unwillingness of their own government to address
 the issue, they resort to the desperation tactic of suicide terrorism.
 Their anger toward their own governments, which they believe are
 coconspirators with the American Government, is equal to or greater
 than that directed toward us.

 These errors in judgment in understanding the motive of the enemy and
 the constant fear that is generated have brought us to this crisis
 where our civil liberties and privacy are being steadily eroded in the
 name of preserving national security.

 We may be the economic and the military giant of the world, but the
 effort to stop this war on our liberties here at home in the name of
 patriotism is being lost.

 The erosion of our personal liberties started long before 9/11, but
 9/11 accelerated the process. There are many things that motivate
 those who pursue this course, both well-intentioned and malevolent,
 but it would not happen if the people remained vigilant, understood
 the importance of individual rights, and were unpersuaded that a need
 for security justifies the sacrifice for liberty, even if it is just
 now and then.

 The true patriot challenges the state when the state embarks on
 enhancing its power at the expense of the individual. Without a better
 understanding and a greater determination to rein in the state, the
 rights of Americans that resulted from the revolutionary break from
 the British and the writing of the Constitution will disappear.

 The record since September 11th is dismal. Respect for liberty has
 rapidly deteriorated. Many of the new laws passed after 9/11 had, in
 fact, been proposed long before that attack. The political atmosphere
 after that attack simply made it more possible to pass such
 legislation. The fear generated by 9/11 became an opportunity for
 those seeking to promote the power of the state domestically, just as
 it served to falsely justify the long-planned invasion of Iraq.

 The war mentality was generated by the Iraq war in combination with
 the constant drumbeat of fear at home. Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden,
 who is now likely residing in Pakistan, our supposed ally, are
 ignored, as our troops fight and die in Iraq and are made easier
 targets for the terrorists in their backyard. While our leaders
 constantly use the mess we created to further justify the erosion of
 our constitutional rights here at home, we forget about our own
 borders and support the inexorable move toward global government,
 hardly a good plan for America.

 The accelerated attacks on liberty started quickly after 9/11. Within
 weeks, the PATRIOT Act was overwhelmingly passed by Congress. Though
 the final version was unavailable up to a few hours before the vote,
 no Member had sufficient time to study it. Political fear of not doing
 something, even something harmful, drove the Members of Congress to
 not question the contents, and just voted for it. A little less
 freedom for a little more perceived safety was considered a fair
 trade-off, and the majority of Americans applauded.

 The PATRIOT Act, though, severely eroded the system of checks and
 balances by giving the government the power to spy on law-abiding
 citizens without judicial supervision. The several provisions that
 undermine the liberties of all Americans include sneak-and-peek
 searches, a broadened and more vague definition of domestic terrorism,
 allowing the FBI access to library and bookstore records without
 search warrants or probable cause, easier FBI initiation of wiretaps
 and searches, as well as roving wiretaps, easier access to information
 on American citizens' use of the Internet, and easier access to e-mail
 and financial records of all American citizens.

 The attack on privacy has not relented over the past 6 years. The
 Military Commissions Act is a particularly egregious piece of
 legislation and, if not repealed, will change America for the worse as
 the powers unconstitutionally granted to the executive branch are used
 and abused. This act grants excessive authority to use secretive
 military commissions outside of places where active hostilities are
 going on. The Military Commissions Act permits torture, arbitrary
 detention of American citizens as unlawful enemy combatants at the
 full discretion of the President and without the right of habeas
 corpus, and warrantless searches by the NSA. It also gives to the
 President the power to imprison individuals based on secret testimony.

 Since 9/11, Presidential signing statements designating portions of
 legislation that the President does not intend to follow, though not
 legal under the Constitution, have enormously multiplied.
 Unconstitutional Executive Orders are numerous and mischievous and
 need to be curtailed.

 Extraordinary rendition to secret prisons around the world have been
 widely engaged in, though obviously extralegal.

 A growing concern in the post-9/11 environment is the Federal
 Government's list of potential terrorists based on secret evidence.
 Mistakes are made, and sometimes it is virtually impossible to get
 one's name removed even though the accused is totally innocent of any

 A national ID card is now in the process of being implemented. It is
 called the REAL ID card, and it is tied to our Social Security numbers
 and our State driver's license. If REAL ID is not stopped, it will
 become a national driver's license ID for all Americans. We will be
 required to carry our papers.

 Some of the least-noticed and least-discussed changes in the law were
 the changes made to the Insurrection Act of 1807 and to posse
 comitatus by the Defense Authorization Act of 2007. These changes pose
 a threat to the survival of our Republic by giving the President the
 power to declare martial law for as little reason as to restore public
 order. The 1807 act severely restricted the President in his use of
 the military within the United States borders, and the Posse Comitatus
 Act of 1878 strengthened these restrictions with strict oversight by
 Congress. The new law allows the President to circumvent the
 restrictions of both laws. The Insurrection Act has now become the
 "Enforcement of the Laws to Restore Public Order Act.'' This is hardly
 a title that suggests that the authors cared about or understood the
 nature of a constitutional Republic.

 Now, martial law can be declared not just for insurrection, but also
 for natural disasters, public health reasons, terrorist attacks or
 incidents, or for the vague reason called "other conditions.'' The
 President can call up the National Guard without congressional
 approval or the Governors' approval, and even send these State Guard
 troops into other States.

 The American Republic is in remnant status. The stage is set for our
 country eventually devolving into a military dictatorship, and few
 seem to care. These precedent-setting changes in the law are extremely
 dangerous and will change American jurisprudence forever if not
 revised. The beneficial results of our revolt against the King's
 abuses are about to be eliminated, and few Members of Congress and few
 Americans are aware of the seriousness of the situation. Complacency
 and fear drive our legislation without any serious objection by our
 elected leaders. Sadly, though, those few who do object to this
 self-evident trend away from personal liberty and empire-building
 overseas are portrayed as unpatriotic and uncaring.

 Though welfare and socialism always fails, opponents of them are said
 to lack compassion. Though opposition to totally unnecessary war
 should be the only moral position, the rhetoric is twisted to claim
 that patriots who oppose the war are not supporting the troops. The
 cliché "Support the Troops'' is incessantly used as a substitute for
 the unacceptable notion of supporting the policy, no matter how flawed
 it may be.

 Unsound policy can never help the troops. Keeping the troops out of
 harm's way and out of wars unrelated to our national security is the
 only real way of protecting the troops. With this understanding, just
 who can claim the title of "patriot''?

 Before the war in the Middle East spreads and becomes a world
 conflict for which we will be held responsible, or the liberties of
 all Americans become so suppressed we can no longer resist, much has
 to be done. Time is short, but our course of action should be clear.
 Resistance to illegal and unconstitutional usurpation of our rights is
 required. Each of us must choose which course of action we should
 take: education, conventional political action, or even peaceful civil
 disobedience to bring about necessary changes.

 But let it not be said that we did nothing. Let not those who love
 the power of the welfare/warfare state label the dissenters of
 authoritarianism as unpatriotic or uncaring. Patriotism is more
 closely linked to dissent than it is to conformity and a blind desire
 for safety and security. Understanding the magnificent rewards of a
 free society makes us unbashful in its promotion, fully realizing that
 maximum wealth is created and the greatest chance for peace comes from
 a society respectful of individual liberty. [Ron Paul’s speech ends

 There it is. The speech Dr. Paul gave in 2007 seems even more
 relevant today than it did then. Don’t you think?

 You want to elect a real American statesman? You want to elect a man
 who would preserve liberty and freedom in America? You want to elect a
 man who would resist the devilish New World Order? You want to elect a
 man who would reestablish sound economic principles? If so, you will
 vote to elect Ron Paul as President of the United States. (And, no, no
 one has paid me a penny to post his speech or make this endorsement.)

 Forget all the smoke and mirrors and the dog and pony shows that you
 see and hear from the other Presidential candidates. The issues that
 Dr. Paul addressed in this speech are the issues that are going to
 determine our country’s future. Again, this is the man who should be
 President of the United States.

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Wednesday, April 4, 2012



     It’s Saturday.  What a week it has been.  It is very dark in here, and a bit cool.  Not cold, just a bit cool.  I think these linen cloths they wrapped my body in keeps it from being too cold.  You see, it was yesterday I died, but you know that. Are you wondering how I can sense cool or cold?  Remember that I have always existed, from before the beginning, and will exist forever.  There are no blank spots in my existence, not even when my body was dead and in this tomb.  I am the Alpha and the Omega. I have almost completed my work here on earth. I have suffered; I have died; and tomorrow I will rise again. Tomorrow morning when Mary Magdalene and the other Mary come to anoint my body, they will find it is not here, but I will have someone explain it to them.

     I have cried a lot in the past few hours, not because of my circumstances, but because of yours. You see, I have done what was required of me, and I did it to save you. To my sadness, there are many of you who still won’t acknowledge me. Even after all I have done for you, because of my love for you. Yesterday, I cried out “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” But I know why; it was for you -- because of my love for you. So now I ask you -- why are you forsaking me?  I love you -- please come to me.

     Oh yes, what a week it has been.  It was just last Sunday that I arrived in Jerusalem.  I entered the town on a donkey amidst shouts of  “Hosanna to the Son of David, the King of Israel.  Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” from an enthusiastic welcoming crowd.   It was only a short time later the same crowd was yelling “Crucify him!” , but that did not stop me from loving them.  They did not know what they were doing.

     On Monday, there was a little incident at the temple.  When I got there,  merchants were buying and selling doves and other things, and money changers were profiting from very active trade.  They had turned my house into a den of robbers!  How dare they!  My house is to be a house of prayer. So, I turned over their tables and drove them from the temple.  What else could I do?  They had created an environment of stealing instead of healing.  It could not be tolerated.

     Tuesday was a little better.  I was able to spend some time teaching at the temple. But even while doing so, my authority was questioned.  Later in the day I went to the home of Simon the Leper.  A woman there named Mary poured some nice perfume on my head, and then poured the nard on my feet and wiped my feet with her hair. She really didn't know it but she was preparing my body for burial.

     Wednesday is the day that the plot against me began to take shape. Judas went to the chief priests and asked them what they would give him if he would hand me over to them.  They gave him thirty silver coins. 

     Thursday I enjoyed Passover in a large upper room with my disciples. I let Judas know that I knew he would betray me.  He denied it, but we know the truth, don’t we?  During the meal I taught the disciples about the new covenant and how to stay in communion with me with bread and wine.  The bread is my body, and the wine is my blood -- poured out for you.   Later in the day we went to Gethsemane because I wanted to pray.  I was very distressed and troubled. My soul was overwhelmed with sorrow. I fell to the ground in prayer and asked the Father to take this cup from me if it was possible, but I knew it wasn't possible, and I wept.  Sweat that was like blood dripped from my body. I was in torment, but I understood my mission;  a mission of love. A mission of salvation.

     Friday was the worst!  First I was arrested, then a trial that was nothing more than a mock trial.  After it ended, I was flogged and handed over to be crucified.  What do you know about flogging?  Do you know that it is done with a leather whip with multiple ends, and that there are sharp pieces of bone and metal in each end?  Do you know that it leaves the back raw and bleeding, and sometimes exposes bones and organs?  Do you know that sometimes it actually causes death?  Did you know that?  I endured that for you -- because I love you. And do you want to know something else?  I would do it again -- for you. 

     After they were done flogging me, they made me carry the cross they were to crucify me on, up the hill to Golgotha.  People spit on me and mocked me. They hung me on that cross, between two robbers.  They pierced my side with a spear.  I died on that cross. I won’t tell you how horrible death on a Roman cross is, but you ought to know they came up with this method of execution because it is the most painful death imaginable. My mother was a witness.  It is finished.  In just a few hours I will leave this tomb, and my mission here will be finished, but I will be with you always -- until the end.

     My beloved, I tell you the truth -- I did it for you.  You and your salvation.  Yet, I weep because some among you won’t acknowledge me.  Some among you won’t listen to what I say when I say “Knock and the door will be opened.”  I love you so much that I want you to spend eternity with me in paradise.  Won’t you accept my invitation?  Won’t you let me live in you?  Won’t you experience the joy of real life?


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