Per Fidem Intrepidus means "Fearless Through Faith". My courage isn't my own, it comes from the Holy Spirit, it's my faith in God and my personal savior Christ Jesus that calms my fears and allows me to move forward in this fallen world. Personally I'm afraid of a lot of stuff, but having the faith that Jesus adopted me as his little, sin filled, brother keeps me going.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Random Bits

"I walk through this sinful world as a 
pilgrim in a foreign country" - CH Spurgeon
A Christian music festival has been cancelled by the city of Toronto because they are planning to play Christian music

I never liked the popular version of this song, but this rendition is simply awesome. (I suspect that Glenn Chatfield may have had some influence on it? Ya think?)

World Vegan Day VS Acts 10:9-16. You decide.

Now homosexual incestuous marriage? you can't make this stuff up, no matter how much you wish it was made up.

NASA pulls the plug on Mr. Pope's favorite bit of propaganda. But don't expect a change of song out of the Vatican. Mr. Pope is bent on destroying the civilized west and the myth of global warming is the fastest, silliest way to do it. Like most other political anarchists he'll stick with that story, regardless of the science involved.

"I want to thank the voters in the City of Houston for turning out in record numbers to defeat Houston Prop 1 – the bathroom ordinance. The voters clearly understand that this proposition was never about equality – that is already the law. It was about allowing men to enter women’s restrooms and locker rooms – defying common sense and common decency." - Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick

Religion of Peace Update #1 - The Gatestone Institute's monthly report on Muslim Persecution of Christians report. A heartbreaking review of the savagery of the "Religion of Peace" committed in August and the westerns media's complicit role in covering up their barbarity.

Religion of Peace Update #2 - The imaginary myth of "Islamophobia" in America VS the very real murderous slaughter of Christians in the Islamic world

Religion of Peace Update #3 - Muslim men who abducted and gang raped two Christian girls at gunpoint were acquitted by an Islamic court. Go figure.

Religion of Peace Update #4 - A mob of muslim men beat a Christian woman to death in Uganda for preaching the Gospel

Religion of Peace Update #5 - Merry Christmas!

This explains a lot

Pray for our Christian brothers and sisters in the town of Sadad Syria. home to nearly 15,000 Christians. ISIS is advancing on Sadad which will only spell enslavement, torture and death to our Christian family there.

You can't make this stuff up - homosexual activists want a secular celebration to honor a Catholic saint. Seriously, they said that. Oh, and they don't want the Irish involved either.

I don't throw my hard earned money at Starbucks, not because the coffee is over priced (which it is), nor because they did away with my favored eggnog latte (which they did) but because of their antiChristian attitudes. I'll keep my money and make my own cup o' joe,

The First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio has voted to leave the Presbyterian Church (USA) and join the Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians. The vote was passed by a margin of over 85%. The church sent out an information filled letter outlining the issues they've faced which is well worth the read.

The push-back is starting to pick up steam - Polish soccer fans show their disdain for the Islamic invasion of Europe. I might start watching soccer because of this.

Pharrell Williams went to Charleston Emanuel AME church where nine people were shot and killed while worshiping Christ on 17 June and what does he talk about? Why, the superiority of atheism, of course.

Congratulations to Matt Bevin, the new Governor of Kentucky, a man whose Christian faith has guided him through tragedy to become only the second Republican governor of Kentucky in 4 decades

There's something about Mary.


  1. That video of Amazing Grace was linked to me by a friend last week, knowing I am a piper, so I spread it around on Facebook and emails.

    Homosexual incestuous "marriage" was one of the many variations that lots of us have been saying would happen once Pandora's box was opened. So there is no surprise.

    1. OOPS! That "Piper's Wife" comment was mine. I didn't realize she was still signed in to Google!

    2. Don't you just love how Google helps us at every opportunity?

  2. Hi Doug,

    1. Did not know about the anti-Christian posture of the CEO, but it doesn't surprise me. It's become an ugly and overpriced McDonalds restaurant, pushing progressively worse-quality food and tea (not sure about the coffee) and treating the people who work there like replaceable widgets. I wonder if people still go there because they remember how nice the Starbucks experience was ten or twenty years ago. No longer.

    2. The First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio letter was indeed informative.

    3. From "Religion of Peace Update #2", regarding the supposedly modern and Western country of Indonesia, this is particularly disturbing:

    “Church members wept as they watched in despair [as] civil police officers [began] hammering down their worship houses.” As of this juncture, over 1,000 “churchless believers are prohibited from raising temporary tents to hold Sunday worship services.”

    Imagine the police coming to your church, some holding you back while others physically demolish it. The Indonesian government did this to stave off threats of renewed anti-Christian rioting by Mohammedans. In this latest round of Islamic bullying in Indonesia, 8000 Christians were rendered homeless. The government expelled them.

    4. Finally, the images from the Polish soccer match should frighten all of us. The history of violent, bloody European wars goes back more than 1000 years. Neither Islam nor Roman Catholicism are friends of the true gospel, nor of Bible Christians. It looks more and more likely that "refugee immigration issue" is really a set-up for massive bloodletting.


    1. on item 4 - we know it's going to happen, we know it's going to be ugly. All we can do is steel out hearts and families in case our post-trib friends are right, but at the same time fervently pray that our pre-trib friends are right. I've been to the middle east several times, right now they're still divided and fighting among themselves, if they ever get unified (like Indonesia) it's going to be awful.

    2. As for item #1

    3. http://bereanresearch.org/welcome-to-starbucks-new-cross-dresser-commercial/

      They make it all look like such harmless fun, don't they?

    4. And yet how many Christians will continue to spend their money at Starbucks? Even the pastor of the church we recently left was a Starbucks regular even after all the other pro-homosexual and anti-Christian actions they've taken. His fancy, expensive coffee was more important than not enriching the enemy.

    5. Good point Glenn. I only go to Starbucks now when someone arranges a meeting there and is not amenable to changing to somewhere else.