14 thoughts on “Bible Verse of the Day (BVotD)

  1. They are doing what they have done and are doing to President Trump as a warning to anyone who might consider following in his footsteps. President Trump is a saint, and America owes him and his family a huge debt of gratitude. Before he came down that escalator, who would have thought that anyone ever would have thought of Donald Trump as an example we should all follow? But he has provided an incredible example of patriotism and love of country.

    He just appeared on television a little while ago, and he said that a great deal would be happening between now and Jan 20, in terms of court cases and information about voter fraud coming out.

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  2. JaC, the president is certainly an instrument of God, like Cyrus of Persia, but to be a saint, he’d have to be Catholic and deceased. Let’s not rush the last part…Good that those challenges are continuing to go forward…. 🙂

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    1. Lol 🙂 Well, I believe that lots of people who aren’t Catholic are saints, and lots of them are very much alive and with us now, but those are just my personal beliefs 🙂

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  3. “No prophet is accepted in his own country.”

    That is the truth and has been throughout history. Alexander Hamilton was right to be suspicious of the “masses.” They done us wrong.

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  4. Masses of non-existing, illegible, unverifiable cyberspace phantoms done this, Liz; not the millions who showed up at rallies and polling-places. AH had a bit of a snobbish streak, it could be said.

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    1. AH did indeed but if you look at his background, he had plenty of reasons to be cautious! His transformation was a miracle indeed and based purely upon his intellectual heft and the efforts of his financially successful biological father to hire him, educate him and send him off to America.

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      1. I know, Liz, but that very thing made him enamored of Continental sophistication; it’s his fault that NYC has the prominence that it does, non? 🙂

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        1. Have to disagree Nanda; NYC was a central port of business always, attracted the most successful and creative people and yes, I’m still enamored with my decade of living and learning there.

          I do realize that her better days are over and I am deeply saddened by this.

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