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Mrs. B
June 21st, 2009, 08:33 PM
Also if you watch the catholic church tries to keep it's identity while absorbing the others.

I wish I could remember where I read this but I was reading awhile ago about how in the late 60's or perhaps early 70's, the Catholic church started making nice to the Protestant churches and the way they described it was they talked about compromise but they were smiling and shaking hands while at the same time they were just planning to absorb the duped mainline Protestant churches into their church.

I used to go to a Methodist church and they had, over the years, had pulpit exchanges and the Methodists were taking part in the Stations of the Cross. I had gotten into some conversations with people in the church about it and they didn't see any difference between Cath. and Prot. "We all believe the same thing, basically." or "All steeples point to the same place." :ohno

People are so ripe for deception. Who really studies their Bibles to know the Lord and to know His Truth? Of the people I know that attend a church...not many. Of course, I assume pretty much everyone who frequents this board does, thank the Lord!

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June 23rd, 2009, 10:33 AM
link doesnt work sweetheart :hat

June 23rd, 2009, 10:34 AM

Try this one...

June 23rd, 2009, 10:41 AM
awesome video kvat! very informative, thanks!:thumb

bubba jones
June 23rd, 2009, 04:30 PM
We Need Greater Global Governance

Fingering the villain in the banking crisis of 2008 turns out to be tougher than it looks. Was it the banker with the skewed incentives and the poor grasp of risk? Was it the over-indebted consumer with the 125% mortgage? Was it the politicians and regulators who failed to see the risks in both?

The answer, of course, is that it was all three, and any number of other contributing factors. But what enabled the banking crisis to happen was a structural imbalance in the growth model of the global economy over the last two decades.

That model has produced unprecedented global growth, but it also developed a serious weakness at its center. Unless we address that weakness, any other counter-recessionary strategy is palliative at best. The risk is that as the global economy slowly returns to growth, the urgency to address this fundamental problem will recede.

Reduced to its crudest form the problem was this: Credit was too cheap in the developed world. It was kept cheap by a number of factors. The commitment of China to an export-led growth model, matched by a willingness from rich-world consumers to keep spending, created persistent surpluses in China in particular.


June 23rd, 2009, 07:52 PM
You guys should REALLY watch this!!!!

June 23rd, 2009, 08:38 PM
Things are really coming into play....and so fast! I wanna go home! Please Lord. :rapture

June 23rd, 2009, 08:44 PM
This happening so fast. Our country is next to join the New World Order.