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The Trouble With The True Church

By Credo, published on Feb 1, 2014

...multitude of counsellors there is safety. (Proverbs 11:14 KJV)

¥ Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he. (Proverbs 29:18 KJV)

Acknowledging the Most High first and foremost in everything you do, is the bases for true love, unity, & understanding, otherwise we are mere beast congregating together pretending to be righteous, while using the words of the Most High to pounce on one another. Without true understanding & true love the nation and kingdom of the Most High can not be built in this time.

¥ The... (more)

Tags: love, unity, faith, understanding, the congregation of heaven

Stand Together

By Caballero_69, published on Aug 23, 2011

Although I am not with you,

You are in my mind and heart.

I want to share a few words

As this school year is about to start.

Because the future seems terribly uncertain,

This much is surely true.

You must focus on the here and now

It is all there is to do.

Each month this year will be another stage in the ongoing battle

You begin this year with drastic changes as you have in every other

Therefore, your only hope is to work and pull together

Help, support, and care for one another.

As in the past, so now again,

... (more)

Tags: poverty, hate, unity, school, equality, bigotry, teachers, students, struggle, ignorance, indifference

Patriotically Speaking

By Caballero_69, published on Aug 11, 2011

... signatory of the Tax Payer Protection Pledge. As such, they do not enter the committee with an open mind or a serious intent to reduce the deficit. Additionally, the House Republicans are conducting mock [pro forma] sessions to technically keep Congress in session and thereby, deny you the opportunity for recess appointments. This is more evidence, if any was needed, of the Republican commitment to obstruction and uncooperativeness. Slightly over 40% of your judicial nominations have been confirmed. This is a historically low rate and it does not reflect the quality of your nominees.... (more)

Tags: education, obama, republicans, democrats, justice, unity, liberty, infrastructure, election, welfare, governance

Can We?

By Caballero_69, published on Aug 8, 2011

In what was once the Promised Land,

Hallowed verities no longer stand.

The values of the days of yore

Raise curiosity and little more.

We find it oh so easy to lay blame,

We persist in playing this foolish game.

Each of us does our own part

To wound the nation’s pulsing heart

With anger, hate, fear or fatigue

We find ourselves in twisted league

Old friends have stumbled and gone astray

New foes arise to block our way.

The country reels; the children cry.

Have we ever paused and wondered why?

Nearly... (more)

Tags: united states, destiny, unity, hope, change, resolve, renewal

Patriotically Speaking

By Caballero_69, published on Jul 24, 2011

...but friends, whose bonds of affectionate citizenship must not be broken. I promise to listen to the mystic chords of memory stretching from the graves of young Americans encircling the globe to every heart and home and touching the better angels of our nature to swell a rousing chorus of unity. I promise that I will advocate policies and programs of charity for all and malice toward none and work relentlessly to bind up the nation’s wounds and care for those who have borne the brunt of its many battles. I promise to champion the cause of widows, orphans, the downtrodden, and the... (more)

Tags: patriotism, usa, constitution, truth, fear, unity, us, lies, citizenship, republic, promises, actions, skepticism, cynicism, dilegence

Patriotically Speaking

By Caballero_69, published on Jun 23, 2011

...As the words “all men are created equal”, have evolved to express human, not male, equality the motto’s meaning has evolved over the years to emphasize unifying the populace rather than just the political subdivisions. Nevertheless, the guiding principle from the outset has been unity and if we are wise, this will be our guide in the present and for the remainder of our national existence.

However, some disturbing developments and emergent trends raise the alarming possibility that we have already forgotten our guiding principle and lost both our sense of purpose and... (more)

Tags: tolerance, unity, future, faith, principle, religions, citizen and official responsibility

Waves of Freedom

By Caballero_69, published on Jun 17, 2011

...and particularly young Americans have seen and faced up to such things before. Now I am among the elders. It is time for me to return the favors done for me long years ago. For my sons and my treasured younger colleagues, for the fallen heroes of my youth, for the good and growing community of thinkers, learners, and writers at BrooWaha, I offer this to encourage a renewal of the spirit and a resumption of the practice of a unified and unifying activism through which the Waves of Freedom will wash away the bitterness, bigotry, and belligerence now imperiling the domestic... (more)

Tags: youth, friendship, crisis, unity, commitment, hope, change, activism, struggle

America the Inclusively Beautiful

By Caballero_69, published on May 30, 2011

O beautiful for glorious themes Our history’s refrain, Despite so many tragedies, We strive ever to attain. America! America! Truth shed Its grace on thee, And seed your lands with helping hands From sea to shining sea.

O beautiful for heroes proved In liberating strife, Who more than self their country loved, And mercy more than life. America! America! May Truth thy goals refine Until all success be nobleness, And every gain sublime.

O beautiful for heroic deeds Where stunning valor shines, A testament to freedom’s needs, That stirs our hearts and minds. America! America!... (more)

Tags: america, patriotism, diversity, unity, citizenship, ideals, inclusion

Thank you! Mr. President

By Caballero_69, published on Apr 29, 2011

...in an interval known as Redemption in the former Confederacy black elected officials and candidates were viciously caricatured, slandered, libeled, and otherwise impugned by their political opponents. All manner of false charges were hurled to deny them legitimacy and deprive them of the opportunity to compete fairly for office. For almost 100 years after this benighted period, black citizens were subjected to endless schemes and brutal intimidation to deny them their Constitutional right to vote. Throughout many Republican dominated states at this moment efforts are underway to enact laws ... (more)

Tags: race, politics, unity, honor, citizenship, bigotry

My Country - what it might and ought to be!

By Caballero_69, published on Apr 26, 2011

My country bears malice toward none

My country shows charity for the weak and the small

My country fervently hopes that all will give some

My country genuinely thanks those who gave all.

My country strives to create true freedom from fear

My country seeks to be the real land of the free

My country welcomes many from far and from near

My country belongs to you and to me.

My country is known as the home of the brave

My country’s flag waves and may it never fall

My country once housed both master and slave

... (more)

Tags: america, patriotism, unity, equality, possibility

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