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Katt Williams READS 📖 Tiffany Haddish for #FILTH!!! 🙈

“Anybody that can read, can READ”  -KATT WILLIAMS

No lies were told. Only TRUTH and FACTS from the O.G.

Legend says: It’s a CHOP!! 😰😱

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

via #WordEyeHeard: Katt Williams Shades Tiffany Haddish [VIDEO] — 97.9 The Beat

Social Injustice and the Gospel — Grace to You Blog

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Scripture says earthly governments are ordained by God to administer justice, and believers are to be subject to their authority. The civil magistrate is “a minister of God to you for good . . . an avenger who brings wrath on the one who practices evil” (Romans 13:1–4). But it is also true that no government in the history of the world has managed to beconsistently just. In fact, when Paul wrote that command, the Roman Emperor was Nero, one of the most grossly unjust, unprincipled, cruel-hearted men ever to wield power on the world stage.

As believers, “we know . . . that the whole world lies in the power of the evil one” (1 John 5:19), so worldly power structures are—and always have been—systemically unjust to one degree or another.

Even the United States, though founded on the precept that all members of the human race…

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Theonomy and Social Justice — The Aquila Report

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Evangelical social justice warriors are trying to deal with the issues raised by modern culture wars.  Social justice warriors perceive that something has been missing in the Evangelical and Reformed churches.  The church got the gospel right, but something was deficient.  That which was missing was the application of the Law of God to all of life. Social gospel warriors are now dealing with the results of this failure.  Theonomy has been dealing with this for years. 

One of the old country-music songs goes “I was country before country was cool.”  It could be said that theonomists believed in social justice long before social justice was cool.  The Church is beginning to wake-up, sadly, not out of obedience to God’s Law, but out of a sense of guilt as they react to the culture wars in our nation.  Culpability has finally overwhelmed the social justice warriors, and they are responding…

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