This stands out to me as speaking to the seething diabolical corruption that is throughout our societies now like never before; “exposed the corruption of the mainstream and social media, by their acquiescence to subjective journalism and the wanton censorship of reports of inconvenient scandals in high places.”
I’ve been saying for some time now that this age of so many unbelievable technological advances for mankind has seen a regression and even a new sinister diabolical growth in the hearts of many humans that makes Sodom and Gomorrah look like child’s play! Just the sheer abominable number of abortions, and now so many full term day of delivery one’s spells out to me that we are on the edge of the precipice to hell, I have no doubt. God is holding off so far from releasing His full wrath upon this falling sinful world and I say we live moment to moment now as to when that appointed time will arrive.
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
From Father George W. Rutler’s ‘Weekly Column’
In the late nineteenth century, a New England college dean wrote: “The youth who loves his Alma Mater will always ask, not ‘What can she do for me?’ but ‘What can I do for her?’” One of his students, a clergyman named George St. John, paraphrased that as a locution to boys when he became headmaster of the Choate School in Connecticut: “Ask not what your school can do for you, but rather ask what you can do for your school.” One of the boys who heard that in the 1930s, John F. Kennedy, made the diction more resonant in his inaugural address of 1961: “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.” Although he had speechwriters of acumen, one will not gainsay naïve clients of Kennedy for pillaging what was not his…
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