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“Tis the Season to be: Rejected and used as Bureaucratic Bait


 Separating the Sheep from the Goats

Yea, electrical crews left from Alabama after a call for help from hurricane devastated Seaside Heights, NJ only to be told “Sorry. You aren’t Union so we don’t need your help.”


Who cares? People are freezing, hungry and without daily supplies. Maybe this argument needs a rest especially during a total disaster.

The union bosses decided to reign in their political agenda making it a mockery of the “good Samaritans.” They left New Jersey but were welcomed with open arms on Long Island.

As we approach the Christmas season which according to retail stores started before Halloween, get a grip on reality.


Christmas is not a political agenda, nor will it ever be. So much for the New Jersey union bosses actually caring about the people who pay their enormous salaries.  Obviously they are more concerned with upholding the argument of union-verse-non-union status than providing much needed electricity, food, and water for the people of New Jersey.

Any common sensed human wouldn’t mess with New Jersey and Governor Christie. But then, when it comes to money I guess the union bosses are making sure their silver lined pockets are full even as the citizens try to function without heat and lights.

Mitt Romney is known for his extreme generosity. When his father died, he gave his entire inheritance to build Brigham Young University. So you ask, “Isn’t that the Mormon church?”Yes, but according to God he blesses generosity no matter who is giving it.


While Governor Romney and his team are raising supplies and donations to aid those devastated from hurricane “Sandy,” the political left media slam him making it political gain.  When did charity work become bureaucratic bait? Maybe one of the reasons he has great success is a result of his hospitality and benevolence.

The insensible debacle by Mayor Bloomberg to promote the New York Marathon to proceed during the country’s worst natural disaster, adds to the “greed” set forth by democrats. After much noteworthy accusations and sour publicity, he canceled it.

God is separating the sheep from the goats. Sheep follow; goats are curious and testy. As time passes, the separation will be vividly noticeable. The goats will fall off the cliffs they scrutinize and meddle with their boned horns. While the goats are deemed corrupt and defiled, the sheep have been in extensive training and instruction taught by the “Good Shepherd.” The sheep will rise to the occasions of success, prosperity and wisdom.

Haggai 2:9 “The glory of this present house will be greater than the glory of the former house,’ says the Lord Almighty. ‘And in this place I will grant peace,’ declares the Lord Almighty.”

The obvious is already taking place.


The day of reckoning has arrived.

The believers in Christ will know the glory of God has returned to his church.

So which are you? A sheep or a goat?





6 thoughts on ““Tis the Season to be: Rejected and used as Bureaucratic Bait

    • I know Lyn. it is disgusting. I can’t understand how some Christians don’t see through this man.

      • Excellent article, Naphtali. I went to that website, and I couldn’t agree more that the president’s actions (and inaction) is reprehensible. Like you, I can’t understand how some Christians don’t see through him.

      • The basic reason the President won is his entitlement factor for “free stuff.” And yes, I was shocked when I read Joel Rosenberg’s blog about the almost 7 million Christians who voted for him. If they really knew the Bible they would not have.

  1. it is truly a sad day when we come to realize how sad our world is today. if we just cared and loved our next door neighbor and always used the pay it forward, and of course, keep god in our lives, our world would be so much better

  2. I’m a sheep. That much I do know.

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