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  1. th1bill

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    I have given more eye service to the George Zimmerman case in Florida than it will ever deserve. Most of us are guilty of this sin because it seems that the media is determined to conduct his trial in the National Press Services. If I could state that this is just a case of the lost's sinful condition, I might just put it out of reach but that is not the case!

    I try to remain informed but for a very long time I refused to watch the View but that is great advise for the ungrounded, perhaps, but for an Evangelical Christian it is tantamount to putting one's head in the sand. You see, without contact it is difficult to discern, yes, that is to judge, the truth of the World's condition. Now, Whoopi and company are not, generally speaking, Christians. There are, however two young ladies, one white and one black, that profess the Christ as their own publicly.

    This morning Miss Walters was busy ripping the heart out of George Zimmerman for not honoring her, reportedly, consented to interview. Now, was all that she reported this morning accurate? I have no way of knowing yet because all I have heard is one facet of the truth, hers. To his credit, Mr. Zimmerman did call in to be queried this morning but Miss Walters put on a very confident (smug?) look and refused to speak to him and his attorney.

    So, has the truth been spoken in this facet of the ordeal? I, honestly, can offer no more than my, personal, opinion and each of us should be smart enough to know the dangers of single opinions. The Bible, God's Word, teaches us that there is wisdom in the council of many and to me that leans hard toward the opposite being true for single opinions.

    So... what about the two ?Christians? On the show? The young white girl was quiet but the young black girl was asking leading and pointed questions that, to this observer, illustrated a forgone conclusion of guilt for Mr. Zimmerman, though he was beaten, bloody, nose broken, and from young life experience, with his bell being rung, loudly, before he ever reacted, instinctively, by pulling his ¨legally concealed Hand Gun and defending himself against a seventeen year old trying to bash his brains out on a concrete surface. And most important of all, she, a self professed Christian is trying George Zimmerman without even being seated on the Jury.

    Christian, if you are a Christian, you are called to consult God on every decision you will ever consider making.
     
  2. Zaac

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    And that should apply to all Christians. Which is why I keep asking why Zimmerman is given the benefit of the doubt because he was beaten, but not many of those giving him the benefit of the doubt want to acknowledge that based upon Zimmerman's 911 call and Trayvon's call with his girlfriend, Florida's Stand Your Ground Law applied FOR Trayvon, not Zimmerman.

    So Zimmerman was getting what Florida law gave the young man to give him if he felt threatened which the call to the girlfriend gives testimony to.

    So perhaps this is why the young lady on The View( a show you couldn't pay me to watch) asked the questions she did.

    And as to trying this in the press, he seems to have chosen to speak publicly.Up until the time that word got out that he was giving Sean Hannity an interview, I hadn't seen anything in the news about the case.

    He just refueled it himself.

    The guy comes across as a lying narcissist with a hero complex. But that's just my observation.
     
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    Ministering the Gospel to the lost I have been unable to avoid the unceasing conversation on the matter leaving me to wonder who you are ministering to? And I wach the local and the national news for the same reason I watch the View and the Chew, if I do not know the issues that affect the audience I speak to, I will be found to be no earthly good in Heaqvenly matters.

    Your perspective is inbteresting but it appears to be largely uninformed. While the secular media has yet to expound on what was in the backpack Trevon wore that day it has been reported by the Christian news sources, i.e. Newsmax that the reason George had his eye on him, the stream of recent breakin burgleies and the content of his backpack, burgled artifacts, just burgled, to be the reaso Trevon was busy trying to ¨murder¨ George.

    Yep, I wonder.
     
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    What does what he had in the backpack have to do with George Zimmerman pursuing him?

    He could have had gold from Fort Knox in his backpack and it would not have been Zimmerman's place to pursue him. He is not the police and that's why he was told that it wasn't a good idea for him to be following Trayvon Martin.

    The evidence given says that he was pursuing and under the Florida law, Trayvon could respond the way that he did.

    If it had been an officer approaching him to see what was in his bag, that would be entirely different.

    But this was not the police. This was simply another man thinking he had the right to do what the police do.

    He needs to be locked up for a long time.
     
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    All ofv your statement relies on conjecture that is not supported by fact. George was a C.O.P., Citizen On Patrol in his own neighborhood, they both resided there! George did exactly what his job description required! He did not attempt to stop or to slow Trevon, he followed him to report on his where abouts! George did not even strike Trevon, Trevon assauted George because he did not want the cops to know his location, making the defense of George's life a requirement.

    The only reason this is in court is because of racial discrimination... Black hate for White! George broke no standing laws... Trevon did! Are you a Christian or are you a fcowarde looking for a reason to remain locked inside your Jail house? Christ has not called you to cower in fear and King David, Israel's greatest king and combatent is stilklk the man after God's own heart. So where in scripture do you stand?
     
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    You were not there, so you do not know how the altercation went down. Everything you claim happened that night is just pure speculation on your part - which is why I will not weigh in on who is guilty or innocent. There are only three that know what happened that night - God, George, and Trayvon. No one knows how it started, but we all know how it ended.

    You were not there, so you do not know if George broke any laws or not. Questioning someones Christianity and bravery because they see what happened differently than you is uncalled for. You should apologize for insinuating that they are not as good of a Christian as you are.
     
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    TC,
    Please, go back and read the OP, you will find that I am in full agreement with you!
     
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    You're the one bringing up stuff in a backpack as cause for Zimmerman to pursue the child.

    Oh so are we now to believe that George gets paid for this "job"? Does his job description entail that he carry a gun? That and the numerous incidences of disobeying authority show that George has a bad pattern of doing things the wrong way.

    And he was told to NOT do this.

    Talk about conjecture.:laugh:

    Sounds like you might have a little of that hate going on yourself.

    More conjecture.

    What are you talking about? (smh) The tone of your speech sounds a little "out there" so I'm just gonna leave this alone.

    And it's obvious that something is up here. You claim to know so many details but you keep referring to the DEAD child as Trevon when his name is Trayvon.

    Be well.:wavey:
     
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