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In some small towns with few jobs and little resources, the police are picking up the homeless and driving them the county line to drop them off!

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What would you do if a police officer threatened to arrest you for trying to share a sandwich with a desperately hungry homeless woman that really needed it?  Such a notion sounds absolutely bizarre, but this is actually happening in major cities all over the United States.  More than 50 large U.S. cities have adopted “anti-camping” or “anti-food sharing” laws in recent years, and in many of these cities the police are strictly enforcing these laws.  Sometimes the goal appears to be to get the homeless people to go away.  Apparently the heartless politicians that are passing these laws believe that if the homeless can’t get any more free food and if they keep getting thrown into prison for “illegal camping” they will eventually decide to go somewhere else where they won’t be hassled so much.  This is yet another example of how heartless our society is becoming.  The middle…

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Our society is designed to not recognize abuse, and to award power to abusers. This gives the greatest control to the elites while oppressing the masses.

 

Advanced Biblical Counseling

Would YOU Welcome Counseling?

     Before you answer that, did you know that it can be done without records being kept? That’s right! No recordable history of you seeking help for psychological help or showing a need for spirituality. So many today are in fear of what others think of them, and for good cause! Careers are made and broken over one’s reputation, and that’s something worth protecting!  

     So we understand that its common practice for counselors and psychologists to keep meticulous records for the health profession, and for their own legal liabilities in association with insurance guidelines. But the alternative to this is a community dedicated to God! With all the religious abuses being revealed these days, is it wise to turn to a religious source for counseling though?

     Think about this first though. Moses who was sent by God to lead His people, and counsel then “in groups of fifty” eventually as approved by Him. Then in the nation of Israel, the king was the seat of God; in judgment and counsel of the people. Later; Christ also advised and counseled his disciples on spiritual and behavior matters. Paul too, did likewise; and the Apostolic Fathers after him.

    Thus, if we are to accept God’s; love, grace, and blessing it is imperative to receive Biblical Counseling from His perspective! We’ll need to check the source of counsel, to make sure that it’s not; secular by the world’s changing standards, religiously sectarian, or compromised by the personal preferences of a self satisfying clique.

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