Like a Lion

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“The Word of God
is like a lion.

 

You don’t have to
defend a lion.

 

All you have to do

is let the lion

loose,

 

and the lion

will defend

itself.”

 

– Charles Spurgeon

“So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” – Isaiah 55:11

“The words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life.” – John 6:63


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6 responses to “Like a Lion

  1. Amen, TD!

     
  2. Deplorable Patriot

    This is great. Thanks for posting it. Now I’m motivated .

     
  3. The problem, it seems to me, is letting the lion loose: The lion knows his keepers will keep the George Orwell’s of truth far away from the lion’s den. No wonder Mark Twain—ever the cynic—said, “A lie will travel half-way around the world before the truth can put its pants on.”

    But God, it seems to me, has a different schedule than we do: Has Mr. Trump drained the Swamp yet? (Has God Himself had enough of the V-2 cult?) So the trick, it seems to me, is to turn that lion LOOSE!

     
  4. The Lion of the tribe of Judah!

     
  5. Speaking of lions defending themselves, there’s a long, free excerpt of Peter Hathaway Capstick’s Death in the Long Grass at amazon in which this last of the big game hunters explains in beautiful prose the difference between sentimentalist pap like Born Free and the apex majesty of real lions that are messed with in their own habitat. Spoiler alert—the lions are the heroes. Four hundred crouching pounds getting flattened in the tall grass, quiet as any house cat, supremely patient, and able to cover 100 yards from a dead start in 3 seconds and horizontally leap up to 33 feet—and those are just the gals—don’t take lightly to being wounded for sport.

    The smug Left taking pot shots at Christians—now just for sport like that rodent Larry David because his kind own Hollywood, the msm, and publishing—may be in for a big surprise when the patience of the crouching lion unseen in the tall grass is missed for the noisome cowardice of Conservatism Inc and the Republican Party.

    The Left interview and analyze zoo animals depending upon handouts for their existence. The probes, questionnaires, classroom brainwashing, lies, and propaganda are limited to the zoo and they know it, which accounts for the sweaty paranoia on the face of gun-grabbing Dems like Schumer and his neoCon confederates who sense there’s something a whole lot bigger, more cunning, crouching unseen in the tall grass whose patience is diminishing with every wound inflicted.

     
  6. Proverbs 28: 1: “The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion.”

     

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