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|For anyone who might be a Dr. Charles F. Stanley fan, his book, published in 2011, “Turning the Tide: Real Hope, Real Change” is a nice fit for the “Meet The Truth” website and blog. Dr. Stanley’s concern for the welfare of our beloved country and our fellow citizens will rang familiar to those who have been following this Blog. He is a true American patriot and an ‘On-Fire’ Follower of Jesus Christ.|
|Please remember to keep in your prayers the victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria as well as the earthquake victims in Mexico City. The story has faded from the headlines, but for many of these people it will take months, even years to fully recover. God Bless all of you.|
Also, the second book in the series, “The Truth About Natural Laws: How To Find Joy And Peace,” has had a cover upgrade and is looking good. Take a peak on our website or Amazon or Smashwords and share your opinion with me.
|Poverty: In 1964, then President Lyndon Baines Johnson declared War on Poverty. As I write this, over 50 years later, the U.S. Government is still fighting the War on Poverty despite the expenditure of over $22 trillion dollars; this does not include Social Security or Medicare.|
|Does anyone reading this really think we do not have a major problem? We need to return to moral living. Could there possibly be one person in the country who still thinks the U. S. Supreme Court did not deal this country and this citizenry a deathblow back in 1962 when they banned God from our public schools? Wake up people! Decisions have consequences.|
|The third category of black-on-black killings is black people, mainly young black men, being killed by police officers. This has been a hot topic over the last couple of years and has been widely reported upon by the news media. These black people, again mainly young black men, being killed by police officers amounted to 1,134 deaths in 2014. (Note: I do not have a lot of faith in this number. Different sources have different numbers. Just a few weeks ago, I heard a young black woman, who is the hostess of a talk radio program use the number “over 500”, when referring to blacks being killed by police officers. That is quite a bit different from 1,134, especially given that she probably has more reliable sources than I have available. However, I decided to go with the higher number since that is what my research showed.)|
|2. If you watch the evening news, as I like to, you are going to see black people killing black people, usually young black men killing other young black men, but sometimes these young men are firing wildly or miss their targets and innocent people are killed. The most heart wrenching are the young boys and girls just minding their own business, doing their homework or watching television and a stray bullet comes into their home and kills them. I travel a bit over the Southeast and in every city where I stay, it is the same thing; so I conclude that this is happening all over the country. The thing I really do not understand about this is why the community does not put a stop to the violence? There must be a better way to settle those disputes than shooting at each other? These black-on-black killings account for 9,257, mostly young black men being killed each year (this number is a 35-year average ending with 2014).|
|Quotation: “Don’t marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can’t live without.” Dr. James Dobson (American evangelical Christian author, psychologist, and founder in 1977 of ‘Focus on the Family, which he led until 2003).|