This is an incredible video about the relationship between a father and son…. and God’s relationship with us.
This is heart wrenching,the love this father has for his son.
Job 19:25 — But as for me I know that my Redeemer liveth, And at last he will stand up upon the earth.
Philip 4:13 — I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.
This is an excellent video showing to what lengths a father will go for his son….What a valuable lesson to be learned of how far our Heavenly Father will go for us!
This video is very inspiring, because it shows what a father and sons love can do and it shows that even if you are disabled you can accomplish anything you want to. I can do all things through him who strenghthens me – (Philipeans 4:13)
This video shows the amazing dance of a pairon stage. But the difference is that the guy doesn’t have one leg and the girl one hand. Yet one will wonder how they give support to each other throughout the dance to make it a perfect one. Its really a touching one.
All are not perfect. We all may be disabled either physically or mentally. But what we should do then is not to complain to the Lord, rather thank Him for whatever we have and strive to do good things beautifully, by helping each other, just as the pair in the above video does. Watch the Video…
Proposition 8 will appear on the November 2008 ballot in California. It is variously known as the Protect Marriage Act, the Same-Sex Marriage Ban or the Limit on Marriage Amendment. If it passes, it will add a new constitutional amendment to the California Constitution that will have the following text: “Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.”The ballot title for the measure says that Prop. 8 “eliminates the right of same-sex couples to marry”.
The electoral contest over Prop. 8 has attracted both national attention and dollars. By mid-August, supporters of Prop. 8 had raised about $8.4 million, while its opponents had raised $8.5 million. Money is not expected to be short on either side as the campaigns gear up for the fall battle, with consultants saying they expect about $30 million to be spent altogether. The initiative has attracted national dollars from both sides, with opponents raising 44% of their money from out-of-state donors, with supporters raising 34% of theirs from out-of-state.
According to its supporters, the Protect Marriage Amendment strengthens the process started when Proposition 22 passed with 61% of the vote in 2000, because, they believe, it is less susceptible to a legal challenge. This goal took on added weight when the California Supreme Court invalidated Prop 22 on May 15, 2008.
Hey, come on Californians…Are You people forgetting what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah, mentioned clearly in the Bible? If no, then there is no confusion. Vote ‘YES’ on prop 8. The above video will help you in making a right decision. Check it out…