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james34 01-23-2021 09:46 PM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
Originally Posted by Originalist View Post
Sometimes hidden dangers spring on us suddenly. Those are out of our control. But when one can see the danger, and then refuses to arrest , all in the name of "God is in control", they are forfeiting God given, preventive opportunities.


The above is a very strange statement. This is in opposition to faith.
We walk by faith and not by sight.
I have often stated: in that moment where our senses oppose our faith , then our senses must be cast aside!

Jito463 01-24-2021 02:07 AM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
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Originally Posted by james34 (Post 1600632)
Originally Posted by Originalist View Post
Sometimes hidden dangers spring on us suddenly. Those are out of our control. But when one can see the danger, and then refuses to arrest , all in the name of "God is in control", they are forfeiting God given, preventive opportunities.


The above is a very strange statement. This is in opposition to faith.
We walk by faith and not by sight.
I have often stated: in that moment where our senses oppose our faith , then our senses must be cast aside!

So, if you see a car swerving on the road in front of you, do you slow down or do you continue driving normally "in faith" and assume God will deal with it?

Pressing-On 01-24-2021 11:37 AM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
There are 81 court cases to date based on the 2020 election
In 45 cases President Trump was the plaintiff
In 34 cases President Trump is not the plaintiff
In 2 cases President Trump is the defendant
In 72 cases illegal voting is alleged
In ZERO of the 72 cases where illegal voting is alleged has evidence been allowed to be presented
30 cases remain active

2020 Election Court Cases

https://www.scribd.com/document/4919...on-Court-Cases

Originalist 01-24-2021 11:38 AM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by james34 (Post 1600632)
Originally Posted by Originalist View Post
Sometimes hidden dangers spring on us suddenly. Those are out of our control. But when one can see the danger, and then refuses to arrest , all in the name of "God is in control", they are forfeiting God given, preventive opportunities.


The above is a very strange statement. This is in opposition to faith.
We walk by faith and not by sight.
I have often stated: in that moment where our senses oppose our faith , then our senses must be cast aside!

God warned Joseph of famine and he took steps to lessen the severity of its consequences. Obviously, you would have ignored the warning and just "trusted God to meet your needs" after the famine arrived.

Originalist 01-24-2021 11:39 AM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
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Originally Posted by Jito463 (Post 1600639)
So, if you see a car swerving on the road in front of you, do you slow down or do you continue driving normally "in faith" and assume God will deal with it?

James is mad at me for exposing his horrible hermeneutics on the Divorce and Remarriage thread.

Originalist 01-24-2021 11:41 AM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
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Originally Posted by james34 (Post 1600530)
Can CC1 see the hypocrisy of the left not calling out the BLM/Antifa riots but then calling out the “ mostly peaceful” protests at the capitol?


It was 99% peaceful. Antifa had a small part, and some Trump supporters took Boston Tea Party type steps in a reaction to Congress validating a coup.

Pressing-On 01-24-2021 11:48 AM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
I wonder if union members would back a forensic audit of the election now? Asking for a friend.

Esaias 01-24-2021 04:41 PM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
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Originally Posted by Pressing-On (Post 1600656)
I wonder if union members would back a forensic audit of the election now? Asking for a friend.

Doesn't really matter at this point. Texas and other states are starting to pivot towards secession. The recent HR1 bill to enshrine election fraud as a permanent feature of elections will practically guarantee we will see a bona fide state-sponsored secession movement across the nation.

Barb 01-24-2021 05:45 PM

Re: Was Sidney Powell wrong?
 
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Originally Posted by Esaias (Post 1600661)
Doesn't really matter at this point. Texas and other states are starting to pivot towards secession. The recent HR1 bill to enshrine election fraud as a permanent feature of elections will practically guarantee we will see a bona fide state-sponsored secession movement across the nation.

But can they legally secede?

Jito463 01-24-2021 05:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Barb (Post 1600664)
But can they legally secede?

It's not a question of legal secession, it's only a question of whether the federal government would permit it to happen.


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