The Vocal Minority Rules

February 21, 2015

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But the mob shouted louder and louder, demanding that Jesus be crucified, and their voices prevailed.

~Luke 23:23, NLT


 “The experienced mountain climber is not intimidated by a mountain — he is inspired by it.”

~William Arthur Ward

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It is an unwritten rule that the majority is commonly silent. Jesus was not hated by the public, He was hated by the Jewish religious leaders. Not many people are on the streets at day break. The Jewish priest stirred up the rabble, the pick pockets, the homeless, the beggars and created a mob. The Jews were very good at this and it worked: Pilate was intimidated by the vocal minority.

Over 80% of Alabamians voted to keep marriage between a man and woman but the devil stirred up the rabble and we are allowing less than 15% of the populist  dictate policy. They did not have a majority when they took over our schools or our court rooms and now they intend to take over our churches. They are going to tell us what we can preach and who we can marry: yeah, right, when pigs fly. We need revival in America. As Franklin said, “If we don’t stand together, we are going to hang separately.” This God hating crowd is coming after the church.

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  • Today we pray for SENIORS
  • Access to the blogs is blocked on all but one computer. Once I log out of it, I will not be able to get back on. I am trying to get in touch with Jay Gordon but I have had no success. We have 9 days before we lose our DOMAIN NAME. We will sell it but we don’t want to lose it.
  • Regular schedule today except tonight is PARTY NIGHT!


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