Tuesday, December 27, 2016

The President of Syria at Christmas

For Christmas, the Syrian Presided Assad visits the Saidnaya convent.

Full article: https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2016/12/26/christmas-in-syria-syrian-president-and-his-wife-visit-saidnaya-convent/


Vox Cantoris said...

Oh, they'll tell us that this is all "propaganda" and that the man is really a "butcher." Sorry, my Lebanese blood and Catholic heart can detect a lie a mile away. The man's country was invaded and destroyed by outsiders from Europe, the Americas and Chechnya and other parts of the Middle East funded by the West.

God damn them for the blood on their hands if they will not repent.

God bless Syria.

Aged parent said...

Thanks, Vox, and well said. It's interesting in light of your comment that many years ago my eyes were opened to the realities of the Middle East by a Lebanese monk.

Our Lady of Damascus, pray for Syria.

Syrian Catholic said...

Look at the faces of Asaad and his wife. Warm, kind, GENUINE. This is not propaganda. This is a reality and it is a good and wholesome reality!

I educate people all the time about Asaad. This video is going to be spread as far and as wide as I can reach.

Steve Finnell said...


Did the thief on the cross meet the qualifications to become of member of the Baptist Church? NO, he did not.

1. To be a member of the Baptist Church you must be baptized in water.

The thief was not baptized.

2. To be a member of the Baptist Church you must say the sinner's prayer.

The thief did not say the sinner's prayer.

3. To be a member of the Baptist Church you must believe in your heart that God raised Jesus from the dead.

The thief did not believe in his heart that God raised Jesus from the dead. Jesus was still alive when the the thief was saved.

Baptists believe that men today can be saved just as was the thief on the cross.

Was the thief saved. Yes. The thief was saved before the new covenant was in force. Men today cannot be saved like the thief.

Baptists believe you can get into heaven without being baptized, however, they believe you have to baptized to become a member of the Baptist Church.

Mark 16:16 "He who believes and is baptized will be saved....(NKJV)

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Ben.quivenit@gmail.com said...

@ Steve Finnell
Sorry, we're all out of troll feed.

Aged parent said...

Mr Finnell:

I am at a loss to discover what your comment has to do with the article.


Anonymous said...

Someone's bus stopped in the wrong neighborhood.

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