jv_coach

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About jv_coach

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  • Birthday 04/19/1979

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  • Interests "A true philosopher is a seeker after truth, but truth is not found in human wisdom. Christ is the answer, the answer to philosophy." - JVM

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  1. This is one of the best stories of the young Trump administration. While many of the battles were fought under Obama, Trump pursued the enemy relentlessly. He delegated decision-making to commanders in the field, they fought within the laws of war, and they prevailed. Trump promised to defeat ISIS, and he has delivered a tremendous victory. http://www.nationalreview.com/article/454655/isis-defeated-why-does-no-one-care
  2. College Students Turn to Paganism

    100 agree with this part.   
  3. What do You Know About Scientology ?

    I heard Hubbard just wanted to make up a religion and so he made one up
  4. Opportunity For a Fortune

    My dad is the worst about driving with the cruise control on and passing people, while going on the interstate. He did that just to irk  me! 
  5. What happened to D-FW this year?

    Everything goes in cycles. 
  6. https://www.ligonier.org/blog/remembering-rc-sproul/   A consummate teacher, R.C. Sproul loved and lived for teaching doctrine to the laity. He had a deep sense of humor, with a ready supply of one-liners. Conversations with R.C. pivoted effortlessly from deep theological engagement to sports to golf (more than a sport) to jokes. He longed to see minds renewed, hearts transformed, and lives changed by the gospel. He had a remarkable gift to make things clear. He neither intimidated his audiences with technical jargon nor patronized them. He taught deep issues, issues of substance and weight, with clarity and a compelling urgency. He taught his homiletics students to find the drama in the text and then to preach the drama. R.C. often recalled his first encounter with the God of the Bible. As a new Christian and a freshman in college, he devoured the Bible. One thing stood out from his reading: God is a God who plays for keeps. The Psalms, the story of Uzzah, Genesis 15:17, Mary’s Magnificat, Luke 16:16–17, and, of course, Isaiah 6—the drama of these texts captivated R.C. from the moment he first read them. R.C. taught us this: “God is holy, and we are not.” In between is the God-man Jesus Christ and His perfect work of obedience and His atoning death on the cross. That was the message and the legacy of R.C. Sproul (1939–2017).  
  7. Well played Budweiser, well played

    That was a good one.
  8. Cop acquitted after executing unarmed man

    the dude was shooting a gun out a hotel window. What did he expect to happen.  should the police officers lose their jobs, yes. should they find another lie of work, probably, but do they deserve jail time? no.
  9. Just remember R.B. Moffett stormed the beaches of Iwo Jima, and as far as I know has never missed a tournament game.  He is a very good man.