We can have confidence that we have eternal life based on what the Word of God Says. If our confidence is based on anything other than God’s holy word than we are on a foundation that is built on quicksand. That is why the scripture says: (Romans- 3:) 21 But now apart from the law the righteousness of God has been made known, to which the Law and the Prophets testify. 22 This righteousness is given through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe. There is no difference between Jew and Gentile, 23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, 24 and all are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus. It also says: Romans- 5:8
But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.
We can have full confidence in our Eternal Salvation because of who Jesus Christ is and what he did by living the perfect life and dying in our place. We don’t deserve eternal life but God choose us based on nothing that we had done, but because of His GREAT Mercy.
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The man who accused former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of being “extremely careless” with her use of email servers reportedly says there is “zero chance” she will ever be charged for it.
Former FBI Director James Comey repeated that claim twice in a Sarasota, Fla. town hall Monday, according to the Washington Examiner.
“There is zero chance, zero chance, on the facts in the Hillary Clinton case, that she would be prosecuted,” Comey said. “You are out of your mind if you don’t think the FBI wanted to make a case if we could. The facts weren’t there. Period. Full stop.” (RELATED: Sources: China Hacked Clinton’s Private Email Server)
But a federal court recently asserted that Clinton must answer more questions about her emails.
Comey has never approved of Clinton’s choice of a private email server and even admitted at a July 2016 news conference that someone of less political stature than the former first lady might be charged.
“To be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences,” he said at the time.
While continuing to provide assurance for Clinton, Comey lashed out at President Donald Trump, saying he was “one of the worst listeners as a leader,” Fox 13 reported.
Comey reiterated his accusation that Trump demanded a pledge of loyalty from the former FBI director, who said Monday night, “An effective leader never asks for loyalty,” according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. (RELATED: Trump: I Did Not Ask Comey For Loyalty [VIDEO])
Comey, who continues to tour the country promoting his book, “A Higher Loyalty,” portrayed himself as a reluctant warrior for political independence, claiming he really eschews the spotlight.
“I thought the easiest thing for me to do would be to be quiet. I don’t love my life as a semi-employed celebrity, but I would be a coward if I didn’t speak,” he told the crowd. “I’m really worried about the impact this president has on our values that we all have in common.”
A partial transcript is as follows:
CHRISTOPHER CUOMO: It’s a hat with four words on it, but they can mean a lot to people. I’m talking about the president’s MAGA hat. Now, we hear of a chef in San Mateo, California, saying “you wear that hat into my place, you’re not getting service.” He tweeted stuff like this, saying, “MAGA hats are like white hoods except stupider because you see exactly who is wearing them.” Now he’s taken down some of those tweets, and there are reports the chef is getting threats. What’s right here? What’s wrong? What matters? Let’s bring in D-Lemon, how do you see it?
DON LEMON: I think people should be able to wear whatever they want, right? I don’t like banning. I don’t like boycotting. I don’t like people getting fired for what’s just making honest mistakes. But I do say your clothing tells a story, and if you’ve put certain symbols in your home or in front of your house, things tell stories, and you should be aware of the entire story they tell, not just the little part of it that you want to be told. But I don’t like the idea of banning someone for wearing a hat, but that hat, as we have said, it’s no secret, I told you about how I feel and many people perceive that hat.
CUOMO: Right. So, you have the legality and then–
LEMON: It’s legal, right? You’re the attorney.
CUOMO: You can refuse service. You know, no shirt, no shoes, no service. On that, you’d have a counter First Amendment argument. You’re chilling my rights. It’s a private place. Well, how is this any different than the baker with the cake? Well, that was about refusing service to a group of people that should be a protected class. And, unless you argue that Trump supporters should be a protected class, I don’t think you have much of an argument on that.
Here’s my problem on this issue. Ordinarily, I’d go down the line, look, “be bigger than that.” But I don’t want to fold to the trap of underselling the significance of the trigger of the expression to people. I think the more appropriate analogy to say is if people were wearing shirts that said, “I hate black people,” would he be okay to say, “Don’t come into my place with that?” And I think most people would be like, “yeah.”
CUOMO: That’s how people like him see the MAGA hat, so does that make it okay? I think that’s the right question.