"Take the car keys out of your pocket, before you put your mittens on"
Sweating the Holy Spirit
THAT is really great!! an absolute alternative to keep our holy temple in shape, with god's blessing!!
If your like me, you feel uncomfortable going to the gym where they listen to "secular music," where homo-eroticism is rampant (and I hear they want to marry), and men an women sometimes intermingle whilst displaying fleshy slabs of shoulder, forearm, and even thigh.
Paul Eugene at Gospel Aerobics understands this...and he also understands the importance of catering towards a niche market that will purchase material regardless of price or quality.
Fit 4 A Purpose
Why are you trying to get fit or stay fit? Ask yourself that question seriously? Is it so that you can get a mate? Fit in? Being a Christian I can only think of one good reason, that is to be healthy enough to carry out the purpose of God on this earth.
"For we are God's workmanship created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God purposed in advance for us to do."
A while ago...Enemy of the Republic from Cruel Virgin was kind enough to provide me a link to a hilarious, but immensely sad practice that is being done today. Wife-beaters/spankers unite under God! or Christian Domestic Discipline (CDD)
which is ....."An arrangement between a Christian married couple that involves the husband having authority in the household and enforcing that authority through spanking or other means of punishment." Nope, not this....
Thank you for this site! I am married to an alcoholic, adulterer and am trapped. If and when I can get out, I will be seeking a good Christian Man who believes in the practice of CDD!
(....because apparently there are only two kind of men: the wankers and the spankers.)
Jake said:May 29th, 2007 10:01 pm
My wife love's your site, and tries everyday to be a perfect christian wife. Will you online store carry any paddles or whips for safe discipline when my hand is not enough to remind her of Proverbs 31? If not can you suggest some and the proper technique for their use?
( I don't know, maybe you could smack her with a wooden cross or bible to get her a little more perfect, excuse me, Christian...)
Mr Bowie said:May 21st, 2007 3:41 pm
This is a lovely website. Thank you. My wife has emotional problems and sometimes she snaps without any reason at all. We used to fight constantly and my life was a chaos. Until the day I came to this website and things changed for me. Occasional spanking keeps her in line and being a devout christian I am glad that it is permitted in the Holy Bible. Now our relationship is as strong as it used to be when we first started the courtship. I just can't thank you enough!
(Let's wait till she hits menopause...)
But some people may be breaking thru...
Amy said:May 28th, 2007 3:30 am
My husband has been spanking me for sometime now, and although I definitely don't enjoy the feeling of it, I do see a positive outcome. The pain from his slapping my buttocks combined with the humiliation of having my bottom naked (and to be spanked itlself is pretty embarassing, even the positioning), keeps me from doing anything unchristian. I'm pretty sure it's legal, because I agreed to it at the begining of our relationship, although I do struggle when he's spanking me. I do have one problem though, which is when he uses a belt (since the position keeps my legs apart) it can curve inward and slap my anus. If you could contact me with a solution that would be wonderful. Thanks and God Bless.
(hmmm....maybe the solution would be stop DELUDING yourself and get a real husband)
So it is not just the "terrorist!" religion that has subordinates...?
Use such tender, loving, objects as: razor strop switch tawse (A specially cured leather strap with strips or “tongues” on the end historically used to punish Scottish schoolchildren.)
Or, if you cringe at physically punishing your loving companion just do...Corner time:An alternative form of punishment where a wife is required to stand facing a corner, often with her bottom on display, before, during, or after a spanking. Come on, who wouldn't want to spank this gal for punishment?
I used to work for a company that handled Health Savings Accounts (HSA). It got to the point where I couldn't work there any more due to my conscience. Advocating for further privatization and telling people to ignore others that can't pay for their own health insurance--take care of yourself only, really got to me.
How I was told to sell this Emphasize that it will...
Cut your income taxes (taxes = socialism = evil!!)
Grow your savings tax free (hide it from those poor people!)
This is not a program offered by the government, banks usually offer it, with fees attached...either the banks charge the fees to the employer, or the employee.
--Deposits are tax deductible --Earnings/Withdrawals are tax-free
so...save on those taxes...
After all, who wants to fund schools, the poor, the elderly, the unemployed...
Gosh, call me an uber-radical, but instead of privatization, how about not funding Fatah and not invading other countries and not giving corporation tax breaks..... and instead funding our health system? Crazy, I know...
With the over fifty U.S. Media outlets of the 1980's combining to form the six major media conglomerates of today, it's clear that our television, radio, magazines, and newspapers are now more focused than ever upon increasing shareholder profits ...with companies like Xango juice.
I wonder how they handle issues that matter?
"Our guys" in Iraq "have got every right to have good news put into the media and get to the people of Iraq, even if it's got to be planted or bought."--Pat Buchanan, MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews
Bill Clinton "was a very good rapist"; "I'm getting a little fed up with hearing about, oh, civilian casualties"; "I think we ought to nuke North Korea right now just to give the rest of the world a warning." --Ann Coulter, New York Observer "I think you could probably make an absolutely airtight case that more than 3,000 Americans have been either killed or injured, based upon the 11 million illegals who are here." --The Radio Factor with Bill O'Reilly "Blowing up Iran. I say we nuke the bastards. In fact, it doesn't have to be Iran, it can be everywhere, anyplace that disagrees with me." --Glenn Beck
Away on "vacation," I had a chance to page through GX magazine, the National Guard's own monthly retentionpropaganda. It's similar to Army times only, if you can believe it, less scholarly.
Alongside glorified images of "U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters" setting out on an air assault mission, articles about flag etiquette, wrestling moves, and NASCAR news updates seem to be a monthly occurrence. (NASCAR sponsorship is apparently only logical because, says LTG Clyde Vaughn, it is a great program due to "strong family values that line up well with the Guard").
But perhaps the most disturbing dilution is the "Victory Map."
While I was reading Romeo and Juliet, I came across a quote that reveals what Will thinks about money...
(this is at the scene of Romeo buying illegal poison for suicide after hearing upon Juliet's death)
There is thy gold--worse poison to men's souls, Doing more murder in this loathsome world Than these poor compounds that thou mayst not sell. I sell thee poison; thou hast sold me none (5.1).
Hm... I think I like this play after all! Now...only if they could include this theme when reading Romeo and Juliet in our education system. These verses would benefit the world a lot more than a notion of barely reproductive virgins dying for love-at-first-sight.
Would you like some more hearsay with that hearsay?
Wow..I'm getting warm fuzzies thinking of how fun it would be dancing away at the Resurrection with Jesus instead of hanging out with angels...hmm..the 72 virgins + young boys sound a lot more appealing...