is JESUS at the center of your Life? I was built by God, I stand with God, I stand in the gap for God. I call evil, evil. I am not a politician. Years ago I had some ask me to run for state office, God said no. I am here to bring you the truth, a Biblical Worldview, to be a Watchman on the Wall for our Lord. Jesus is the answer not politics. Look at the mess politics has helped create: JESUS AT THE CENTER! NOT POLITICS!
Just think of making Jesus cry!!!
Jesus wept. John 11:35
Too many Christian are shy or afraid to speak up for Jesus:
Do you get nervous? In these times, we need to rely on God’s courage and boldness. Let the words of the Lord ring in your heart: “Now go. I will help you speak and will teach you what to say.”
New Mexico is going to pot? So many evil things are going on in our state. Abortion, a record Homicide rate in ABQ, homelessness rate is growing in ABQ faster than any city in America. Drugs, booze, gambling, robbery, car theft, beatings, drunk driving deaths highest in the nation, parents killing their own children, and now Pot head’s killing people while driving stoned? We are at the bottom in child well-being. We act like the old Deadwood, SD!
I hate evil and bad behavior!!
Live such good lives among the pagans that, though they accuse you of doing wrong, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day he visits us. 1 Peter 2:12
Do not be misled: “Bad company corrupts good character.” 1 Corinthians 15:33
To fear the LORD is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil behavior and perverse speech. Proverbs 8:13
Paying into dysfunction:
UNM Party time, the shooting of a UNM female athlete at a party this past weekend. Last year we had a UNM baseball player shot and killed. Suspend these sports programs. UNM cannot run a one car railroad. The former AD may end up in jail. I am tired as a tax payer, of paying for this rat hole, called UNM Sports. We are feeding dysfunction. We reward bad behavior in this state.
What do we not understand?…..feeding into bad behavior means more bad behavior. When there is no ramifications for bad behavior, it grows. This is why we have so much crime in this state, there is not ramifications, catch and release. A young man commits a murder and gets 30 days in jail!
I pray all come to Jesus. Satan is having his way with many in this state and nation.
What are those folks in Santa Fe doing to improve the quality of life in New Mexico? When driving now, some cars ahead of me are blowing that vaping junk out of their window and it comes into my car, will that happen with the pot heads?
Team Jesus, pray with me over all this mess.
“Legalization” Of Marijuana In New Mexico – Is This Really A Good Idea?
In our country and yes, our state, it has become almost fashionable to support the growth and use of marijuana, whether for medicinal use or recreational use. So much so, that even our state executive and many legislators consider government sanctioned and controlled distribution of marijuana to be a worthy effort as means to acquire tax dollars. Let’s consider some of the well-established issues facing New Mexico. For many years, we’ve been rated at the bottom or almost the bottom for quality of education, children living in poverty, drug use (e.g., opioid use), drug trafficking (I-40, I-10, I-25 and the southern border corridors) and DWI offenders (including the associated deaths). Is there really wisdom in enhancing these issues by creating a culture of “legalized” use of marijuana here in New Mexico?
A wise man once told me that if you have any doubt as to whether to do or say something, then ask yourself, would you look to Jesus and say “Lord, I do this thing as unto You” or “Lord, I give You thanks for this which I am about to do.” If the answer is no, then why are you doing it? Would you ask Jesus to bless your firing up of a joint or bowl or eating of a laced edible so that you would experience a high? The scripture says we should seek His wisdom. According to Proverbs 4:7, “[w]isdom is the principal thing; [t]herefore get wisdom [NKJV].” Ephesians 5:15-21 instructs us to walk in wisdom: “[s]ee then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be unwise, but understand what the will of the Lord is. And do not be drunk with wine, in which is dissipation; but be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord, giving thanks always for all things to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ [NKJV].” Just because we CAN do something doesn’t necessarily mean we SHOULD do something.
My background includes a few years as a Special Agent with the USAF Office of Special Investigations, during which much of the training involved drug enforcement. I spent the first year after completing the initial academy leading the Travis AFB, CA Joint Drug Enforcement Team and subsequently worked for several years at Holloman AFB, NM participating in drug enforcement operations with the other agents. Once you have strapped on the equipment and executed a few warrants, you tend to develop a very different perspective about “low level drug use,” as the small amounts of drugs came from someone who was probably not your next door neighbor, and that person’s drugs came from a trafficker – a very dangerous person. The perspective that I’m not hurting anyone is a big lie. It is not surprising to me that the military and local or state police have had to lower standards in order to acquire acceptable cadets. Today, our children and youth often do things as a result of cultural or peer influences which can devastate future employment opportunities. How much worse it is when our children’s parents are the ones modeling this behavior? I thank God that our Lord is forgiving and merciful, and am reminded that we are called to forgive others and to help guide our friends, family and others unto salvation and into their God-given destiny!
It’s interesting to hear discussions about “legalizing” recreational use of marijuana at the state level. If a state allows something that is forbidden at the federal level, it is not really legal, but what is happening is that the federal government has elected, as a matter of enforcement discretion, to refrain from seeking prosecution under certain circumstances and the state has elected to ignore existing federal code or statutes. The federal Controlled Substances Act (“CSA”), 21 USC 812, establishes five schedules of controlled substances, identified as Schedules I, II, III, IV and V. Schedule I lists substances that have been determined to have: 1) a high potential for abuse; 2) no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States; and 3) a lack of accepted safety for use of the drug or substance under medical supervision. The psychoactive substance in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”), remains to this day a listed Schedule I substance. Because of this, many states have struggled with the medicinal and recreational use of marijuana and declare legality, when in point of fact, what is occurring is simply enforcement discretion at the federal level and a glaring lack of willingness of the federal government to take a solid position one way or the other.
There is MUCH remaining to be said about this issue, including the increasing levels of THC in modern-grown marijuana plants provided by dispensaries and technologically-advanced illicit grows, the lack of clear means for law enforcement to easily determine the degree of driving impairment compared to determining alcohol impairment, the effect that such has or may have on us developmentally, mentally and physically, the wisdom and procedure for assuring sound regulatory controls at the federal and state level – and assuming this issue isn’t going away quickly, the spiritual implications of encouraging, yet another mind altering substance for use by our residents, demonstrating yet again, the wisdom of man in the face of the wisdom of God.
Father, in the name of Jesus, I ask that You would speak to the hearts of those in a position to encourage, allow, regulate and/or spend tax dollars on marijuana matters in our beautiful State of New Mexico (and across this nation). Give us ears to hear and eyes to see what is the will of God. May wisdom guide our discussions and determinations, with a mighty hedge of protection over all who are doing Your will and serving Your people, in light of this challenge. But regardless, help us to always love. Always. Amen.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Jesus wept. John 11:35
Come on people of New Mexico! Is this what you want showcased to your children? Is this to be your University? Yes, I need to remember New Mexico killed over 5,000 babies last year through abortion, but now has moved on to kill more here in 2020.
I promise you this…if we the people of New Mexico continue to let this dysfunction continue, if we continue to kill God’s babies our children will not have a good future in this state. We are going against God here.
We are making Jesus cry over the state of New Mexico.
Team Jesus, pray for many to accept JESUS into their hearts!
A University of New Mexico female athlete was shot in the leg early Sunday at a party.
UNM basketball program needs to be suspended for a bit and regroup if possible or suspended for a year or more. STOP! Before someone gets killed. We already killed over 5,000 babies in this state last year through abortion.
I love sports, part of my radio life I was a sportscaster. But sports is not more important than lives. New Mexico get your priorities right with God. Get off your high horses and look in the mirror.
So you get beat badly and come back to town and have a wild party, I suspect with much booze………
Who does the vetting on the basketball program? Who is the role model for these kids? Last year we had a UNM baseball player shot dead at a nighttime gathering. Is it going to take another death to suspend these programs for a year or more? Drop them completely? What in the dickens is going on at UNM Sports? it is in he news more and more for very bad behavior. I for one, have had enough of this dysfunction.
According to UNM Athletics Director Eddie Nunez, student-athletes were at the party. The ABQ Journal reports that the party was at a home rented out for the weekend by Lobo men’s basketball leading scorer JaQuan Lyle.
I listened to the report on KOB Radio yesterday with TJ Trout and got very sick of what took place.
This is what you want to showcase for the children of the state?
Why do the taxpayers of this state accept this type of behavior from a state institution? I have lived here since 1995, it is getting worse by the day. New Mexico sadly, like much of America, accepts bad behavior and turns the other way, hoping the dysfunction just goes away. It does not work that way. We aborted over 5,000 babies last year, and that seems not to bother many people here in New Mexico! Killing babies!
It seems to me the sanctity of life does not mean much to so many here in New Mexico.
Nothing good happens in ABQ after 9pm. So much violence.
Read about the awful stink’in party ABQ Journal Report
From Dr. Jim Denison this morning:
Nor should we assume that the sanctity of every human life is assumed by everyone in our culture. It has been noted that, with respect to our abortion laws and the status of the unborn, “moving a few inches transforms property into a person.” Many abortion advocates have dropped the third part of “safe, legal, and rare,” advocating for the ending of unborn life more adamantly than ever before.
The systemic prevalence of racism and rising popularity of euthanasia show that for many Americans, the equal status and sanctity of every person is more fiction than fact.