Matthew 5:40–42 and the Charity Question

Since I believe the bible contains zero evidence that Jesus would support an involuntary, government run, inefficient “charity,” what do I think about Matthew 5:40–42?

And if anyone would sue you and take your tunic, let him have your cloak as well. And if anyone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles. Give to the one who begs from you, and do not refuse the one who would borrow from you (ESV).

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Thanks Obama.

After our move my wife has been working to get us a new health insurance plan.

After 3 months of phone calls and paperwork, we just found out the company thinks our “case is closed.”

We have no idea why.

So…

We’re starting over and it’s going to take several more months.

Yikes.

Our two kids are due for their pediatrician appointments, so I guess we’re just paying out of pocket.

Sasha told me she feels like she let our family down.

No, I told her.

Obama let our family down.


How have Obama and the other big-government do-gooders let your family down? Share your story, so I can help make it known.

 

We’re Finally Ready to Launch the Podcast

Good news — It’s ready!

And we have a mission for you!
Could you help us create momentum?

Here’s what I’d like you to do —

(I made it so you can get Episode 001 early!)

1. Check out the link below, and leave a “like.”

2. Share it to Facebook. (Click the “up arrow”)

3. Consider if you would like to become a “patron.”
(Patrons get episodes 1–6 right away.)

Jacob and I are really proud of how this turned out.

Here’s the link. Take a look!

https://www.patreon.com/posts/podcast-episode-13221593

The Winsome Gestapo

We Find Power in Bridling Our OWN Tongues

In discussing events and ideas, I’ve found that some people don’t work at all to bridle their tongues.

But other people work hard to put a bridle on anyone ELSE’s tongue that they disagree with (often by the method of quickly jumping to tone policing).

James shows us the right way. We bridle our OWN tongues:

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