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Why won't my headship forbid me to work?


HerNameIsBuffy

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I want me one of those head ships that insist I stay home and tend to the house and the kids.  Mine lets me go out unchaporoned everyday to a horrible place filled with horrible people.

i just got home from work about 20 minutes ago.  Nothing like a 16+ hour day to make life as a fundy seem pretty relaxing.

16 hours of this...image.thumb.jpeg.3b9d8f5944744a5bb0fb15e

 

another 5 minutes of this before I fall asleep...

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i really need better balance in my life.

 

 

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Curious

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So that's where you've been hiding.  We were about ready to send out the Search Ferrets!

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    • Xan

      Posted

      10 minutes ago, thoughtful said:

      Gary says he doubts Trump is saved (he just thinks it's a shame that a man who "done America so good" is going to Hell), and I suspect he doesn't like Falwell. So, in this, he is, in his shitty obnoxious way, pretty consistent.

      Good question. I guess the fact that someone came up with it and wrote it out, but it is not KJV, makes it bad.

      As you say, he does insist that what you say when you get saved, just like when you pray, has to be from the heart. You know, just like the totally predictable things that Gary repeats over and over are OK, and Biblical, because he claims he says them from the heart and he got them from Jesus.

      It's Garylogic.

      My opinion is that he doesn't like the sinner's prayer because it omits one important part -- Gary.  How can you lead people to salvation if they've found the way on their own?  He's not going to get points for that.  And he needs lots of points to end up eating Chah-nese with John the Baptist.

      I honestly don't know how you listen to so much of Gary.  He's such a pissy, useless human that I mostly feel like reaching through the screen and slapping his face.  Then again, he still reminds me of my late father-in-law -- a church-going, bigoted, hateful waste of perfectly good oxygen.

    • thoughtful

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      55 minutes ago, Black Aliss said:

      Interesting, because Jerry Fallwell, Jr. tells us that Trump is saved because he knelt down in Falwell's office and repeated the sinner's prayer.  So, Gary, if that prayer isn't good enough, then your president isn't saved.

      Gary says he doubts Trump is saved (he just thinks it's a shame that a man who "done America so good" is going to Hell), and I suspect he doesn't like Falwell. So, in this, he is, in his shitty obnoxious way, pretty consistent.

      11 minutes ago, AmazonGrace said:

      What is his problem anyway? I thought praying in your own words is totally ok and encouraged so why would it matter if a prayer is from KJB or not. 

      Good question. I guess the fact that someone came up with it and wrote it out, but it is not KJV, makes it bad.

      As you say, he does insist that what you say when you get saved, just like when you pray, has to be from the heart. You know, just like the totally predictable things that Gary repeats over and over are OK, and Biblical, because he claims he says them from the heart and he got them from Jesus.

      It's Garylogic.

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    • AmazonGrace

      Posted

      What is his problem anyway? I thought praying in your own words is totally ok and encouraged so why would it matter if a prayer is from KJB or not. 

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    • On 6/11/2021 at 2:09 PM, JermajestyDuggar said:

      Thanks for the reminder. I had forgotten about Jake Eakin. He loves to call abortion murder. And he’s actually been convicted of murder. It’s insane. 

      Likewise, a lot of these people oppose “Sharia Law” yet support installing a Christian theocracy in the United States.

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    • nelliebelle1197

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      On 6/15/2021 at 4:02 PM, usmcmom said:

      My sister has boys and she has felt somewhat left out on the births of her grandkids. It made me more aware of my son-in-law’s needs when my grandson was born. At least, I hope it did. 
      We tried to keep a low profile when baby’s paternal grandparents were here the first week after his birth. I spent most nights at the house after they had gone back to the hotel; but we wanted to make sure they had lots of time without having to “share” the baby. 
      I am grateful all of us grandparents get along.  There was one evening where we all got stuck at the new parents’ house overnight. A storm had knocked a tree down, blocking the only exit from the neighborhood. None of us got to leave! It will be a fun memory to share with our grandson one day. 

      I actually had someone who kept trying to make villains out of my son-in-law and his parents leading up to the birth. She said things like “Those other grandparents should give you all some space.”  I finally said “Look, if it were my son instead of my daughter, I’d be crushed if someone took that attitude about me.” 
       

      Allison doesn’t have to worry about her mother overstepping; her mother hasn’t even shown up. 

      I am thanking you for this because what a lovely attitude to have!!!

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