Monthly Archives: May 2009

Don’t Hate, But Don’t Trust Cops

Perhaps you’ve seen the infamous video of an OHP Trooper roughing up a Creek Nation EMT. I dare say plenty of Okies are unsurprised. The State of Oklahoma has never been very kind, and hardly respectful, of the Creek Nation. … Continue reading

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Lawful Love

Jesus said “loving your neighbor” fulfills your obligation to God regarding His Creation (Mark 12:28-34). The context of the discussion was very much a matter of law and Law. God had revealed His standards in a rather extensive suzerain-vassal treaty … Continue reading

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Repeating First Walk

Took out my new sign and walked pretty much the same route as this past Monday. However, today I went all the way west on SE 29th Street to Sunnylane, headed north one mile to SE 15th Street, then east … Continue reading

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Sign Making for Walking Protests

My “REPENT” sign is finished. I plan to take it out for it’s first run tomorrow morning. Using the four-foot PVC water line (1/2″ diameter) staff from before, I added a “T” junction at the top and horizontal arms to … Continue reading

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Difficult People: You Can’t Fix That

What is the godly, Christian response to devilish people? Change your response to them, because only God can change the person. While there are many people in my little world who seem to work for Satan, one person in particular … Continue reading

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Walk for Repentance: First Run

Left the house this morning at 8 AM. Instead of the fast march pace, I held it to a comfortable 4 MPH (15 minutes/mile). Traveled west on SE 29th Street as far as Sooner Road, then one mile north to … Continue reading

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Putting It to Work

Lots of changes over the past ten months here in Choctaw. Anyone watching me would have been quite sure I was all noise, with little hard reality behind it. Think what you will, but I was being shaped for something. … Continue reading

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