Feliz Navidad

Sometimes I like to pretend I am still a South-Texas native…

 

 

Merry Christmas, Y’all…

From the Frozen Land of Cheese!

 

Blessings!

 

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6 thoughts on “Feliz Navidad

  1. I am at the DFW airport right now. After groups A and B board, they say “Y’all can board now”. Sounds weird to a Yank.

    • @Mensch: Glad you liked the Robert Earl Keen; that’s a Redneck Christmas staple. Tomorrow afternoon, all across the Great Lone Star State, the very semblance of the video will be taking place again and again…

      It’s a tribute to Southern dysfunction! Love it!

      I will go and read your reply; thanks so much. I am obviously very passionate about the topic.

      • I am obviously very passionate about the topic.

        Yeah, I know. What I can’t understand is why so many Christians aren’t — Scripture tells us that children are a blessing from The Lord, and yet most Christians just pack ’em off to the state crèche to get their brains rewired by the world.

        As for your making enemies on account of your choices, you are right not to care — you are accountable to God for how you took care of your kids, and not to your neighbours or even to other Christians. For what it’s worth, I think I’m about to make an enemy or two, myself

        I often think that we Christians are the stupidest people on the planet. We have the infallible Word of God — perfect Truth — and yet we simply ignore it and take our cue from the world. State schools are controlled by the godless Leftist ideologues who comprise our new ruling elite, and they consistently use schools as an instrument to achieve their wicked ends. Why oh why would Christian parents want to place their own children in an institution which is run as an ideology factory by the enemies of God? It’s akin to the worship of Molech.

        I don’t always see eye-to-eye with Voddie Baucham, but I found myself standing up and cheering when I watched this video. …It doesn’t matter if you lose all your friends over this: you are the one who is Scriptural here. So stick to your guns and stay salty.

      • Thank you for your edifying and exhorting words; it has been a wild ride getting to the place of being at least somewhat comfortable knowing that I did the right thing in spite of the immediate consequences with my son. I am extremely blessed to have a husband who is totally on board for true Christian education – by that I mean WE are their Christian education – Vision Forum style, and not “send them away to some institution, be it Christian or secular style”. Please don’t think that I condemn those who choose public school for their children; I just wish more people would truly understand what goes on in many, many public schools. When my husband began to have his “awakening” on the topic, he was appalled at what was being taught to the elementary children politically, sexually, and the general mindset of perversion. He was appalled at the selections in the library about homosexuality. He was appalled that school for five year-olds is now almost ten hours per day. Talk about indoctrination. Speaking of which, there is a find Documentary for sale at the Vision Forum (Doug Phillips) website called Indoctrination – regarding public education in America. You might enjoy it. I think it is even on sale now.

        I always liked the mandate in Deuteronomy 6:7 regarding teaching our own children the ways of God. I think people have even forgotten this when it comes to the things of God: they send their children AWAY from the congregation as soon as the music fades and the ushers are cued for the offering. They send their children to learn in age-segregated Sunday SCHOOL classrooms much as they send their children away to learn reading, writing and arithmetic (though those things are not even taught anymore as they were when I was a child). In any event, I think the Catholics and Lutherans got something right there in keeping their children within the general assembly for the entire service in Church.

        I’m going to watch your video now. Thanks again. Molech worship in public school? Absolutely. Another form of child sacrifice.

      • I am extremely blessed to have a husband who is totally on board for true Christian education – by that I mean WE are their Christian education

        Wonderful! Just as it should be. Bless you both.

        When my husband began to have his “awakening” on the topic, he was appalled at what was being taught to the elementary children politically, sexually, and the general mindset of perversion. He was appalled at the selections in the library about homosexuality.

        School curricula today are heavy with the fruit of the anti-Christian trinity of Darwin, Marx and Freud. …Whose theories have been blended and handed down to successive generations by intellectual lunatics like Wilhelm Reich and the ideologues at the Institut für Sozialforschung in Frankfurt am Main (which later spread its tentacles into the U.S. via Columbia University). The result is absolutely toxic and completely anti-Biblical. It is concentrated brain-wash and designed for a purpose. Young minds should be protected from it, rather than bathed in it.

        Talk about indoctrination. Speaking of which, there is a fine Documentary for sale at the Vision Forum (Doug Phillips) website called Indoctrination – regarding public education in America. You might enjoy it.

        Thanks — I found a trailer on YouTube, and it looks good. I believe I’d heard some of the stuff on the introduction (the adoption of the Prussian model for schooling) in one of John Taylor Gatto’s talks/interviews.

        I always liked the mandate in Deuteronomy 6:7 regarding teaching our own children the ways of God.

        Yeah, it’s lovely — the Shema, as the Jews call it (Deuteronomy 6:4-9). They inscribe it in indelible ink and fix it to their door-posts: the only bit we Christians tend to remember is verse 5, since Jesus quoted it as the Greatest Commandment. The more I see of the world, the more I love the Torah: I know we’re not under the Law of Moses (and I’m rather glad I’m not called to stone anyone!), but it shows us how God Himself ordered society for His people, and His Laws are good. Even the scary ones. …And they feel more like home to me than does this Sodom with its vile practices (such as celebrating perversity, fornication and adultery, murdering babies and babying murderers).

        Speaking of the Law, there was a very interesting comment on SSM’s blog left by an anonymous poster: the thread sort of starts with a response I gave to another post here. I think it’s great example of how men, even when they refuse to submit to God and obey Him, still end up proving Him right in the end!

        I’m going to watch your video now. Thanks again.

        A pleasure: I hope you enjoyed the video. Baucham is as fired-up about home-schooling as anyone I’ve seen. I defy a Christian (or even a non-Christian) to watch that video and maintain that it’s a good idea to send one’s kids to a state school.

        Another video I’ve been going through over the past couple of days was this one. I broke it up into sittings, as it was so long, but I found it interesting. I wasn’t surprised to see that it was produced by the CCHR (since Scientology is implacably opposed to psychiatry — perhaps the only thing that the wretched cult has got right), but one doesn’t have to agree with their false religion to see that something is seriously wrong with the mass drugging of the population (and of women and children in particular).

        Anyway, it’s 3 a.m. on this side of the pond, so I’m going to bed…

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