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Here are the Democrats who got up & walked out of the Benghazi hearings. They have no shame or respect for the families of our slain service members & ambassador. They don’t deserve to represent us!
May 6, 2014 / 115 notes

 

Here are the Democrats who got up & walked out of the Benghazi hearings. They have no shame or respect for the families of our slain service members & ambassador. They don’t deserve to represent us!

Oct 17, 2013 / 185,468 notes

Who does this stuff?!? I love it…

(via christian-glibertarian-deactiva)

I was reading this book about the human body to my three year old tonight, and I turned the page to this: A young Debbie Wasserman Schultz! What the heck! Conspiracy?!?
Apr 1, 2013 / 2 notes

I was reading this book about the human body to my three year old tonight, and I turned the page to this: A young Debbie Wasserman Schultz! What the heck! Conspiracy?!?

Jan 29, 2013
Spending is the problem. It’s that simple.
Dec 13, 2012 / 1 note

Spending is the problem. It’s that simple.

Velcro under a microscope…
Dec 10, 2012 / 12 notes

Velcro under a microscope…

This my friends, is an everlasting job stopper…
Oct 15, 2012 / 8 notes

This my friends, is an everlasting job stopper…

At least once a day…
Oct 1, 2012 / 4 notes

At least once a day…

For all of you theologians out there…The source of Paul’s thorn…
Sep 11, 2012 / 15 notes

For all of you theologians out there…The source of Paul’s thorn…

Many people who live in Monroe County, Michigan have visited the Monroe County Courthouse located at 106 E. First St. 48161. From paying speeding tickets, to accessing County records, many citizens go through the main doors every day. And every one of those people walk under a secret symbol put there years and years ago. Yet no one notices it. What is it? The story goes like this:
Many years ago a contractor was hired to replace the brick work for the new section of the Courthouse. The gentleman was Christian, and so were many of his workers on his crew. As they were finishing the top half of the building, rumor has it that they started to talk about the separation of church and state. After a long discussion, the desicion was made to arrange a set of bricks “shiny side out” to form a faint cross.
After the cross had been made, the crew prayed that every person who walked in and out of this building would come to know God, and that he would give them stregnth in their time of troubles if they were at the court house for court dates, jail time, crimes, or other things of that nature. 
I have lived in Monroe County for most of my life. I have never heard anyone else talk about this, or state that they even can see the cross. I meet at the courthouse once a month, and every time I walk to the main entrance, I look up and thank God for my brothers and sisters who took the time to pray for me, and to subtly remind those who see the cross, what Jesus has done for us. It also is a great reminder of the biblical priciples that this country was founded on. 

Next time you are in Monroe, MI walk to the main entrance of the Court House, look up, and say a prayer for the men and women that have said a prayer for you.
Sep 11, 2012

Many people who live in Monroe County, Michigan have visited the Monroe County Courthouse located at 106 E. First St. 48161. From paying speeding tickets, to accessing County records, many citizens go through the main doors every day. And every one of those people walk under a secret symbol put there years and years ago. Yet no one notices it. What is it? The story goes like this:

Many years ago a contractor was hired to replace the brick work for the new section of the Courthouse. The gentleman was Christian, and so were many of his workers on his crew. As they were finishing the top half of the building, rumor has it that they started to talk about the separation of church and state. After a long discussion, the desicion was made to arrange a set of bricks “shiny side out” to form a faint cross.

After the cross had been made, the crew prayed that every person who walked in and out of this building would come to know God, and that he would give them stregnth in their time of troubles if they were at the court house for court dates, jail time, crimes, or other things of that nature. 

I have lived in Monroe County for most of my life. I have never heard anyone else talk about this, or state that they even can see the cross. I meet at the courthouse once a month, and every time I walk to the main entrance, I look up and thank God for my brothers and sisters who took the time to pray for me, and to subtly remind those who see the cross, what Jesus has done for us. It also is a great reminder of the biblical priciples that this country was founded on. 

Next time you are in Monroe, MI walk to the main entrance of the Court House, look up, and say a prayer for the men and women that have said a prayer for you.

Good question…
Aug 5, 2012 / 18 notes

Good question…