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What it means to Believe
Dictionary definition of Believe = to have a firm conviction as to the goodness, efficacy, or ability of something
Believe in Jesus = fully convinced in the ability of Jesus to fully save. Nothing else, no obedience nor works are involved since believing happens ONLY in the mind.

The Bible then says the following:
If you Believe in Jesus, you are saved. PERIOD!    Acts 16:31
If you Believe in Jesus, you will LOVE Jesus.     1John5:1

If you LOVE Jesus, you will OBEY His 2 commands of love.    John14:15
If you LOVE Jesus, you will WORK for Jesus.

Do you notice that EVERYTHING hinges upon BELIEVING IN JESUS FIRST. Because of that BELIEVING we then LOVE. Because of that LOVE we OBEY AND WORK.

That is why the lack of "good works" shows you don't believe in Jesus, which means we weren't saved.
James 2:17  Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.
Why because true Faith will produce "good works" somewhere along the line.

PS: Can you believe now and later not believe? No because unbelief later means you weren't really convinced to begin with.
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Trump must even be winning the reasonable Dems now if critic like mr. whitelash can commend his handling of the speech as unifying.

It all makes the Dems who couldn't even respect the widow, the 4 families who lost members to ILLEGALS murderers, and the President, really look like spoiled little children. Whats worse is their constituents got to see on LIVE TV how their elected representatives were acting contrary to their best interest.

I think we will not be seeing many of them back in that chamber when their re-election comes up. Esp not the 2 women who BOOed on camera when Trump mentioned putting in place provisions for mothers to have paid time off.
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Trump Critic Van Jones: ‘One of the most extraordinary moments you have ever seen in American politics, period’

CNN's Van Jones is a frequent Trump critic if there ever was one. But after the president's speech to the nation on Tuesday night, Jones got emotional and was clearly impressed by Trump's handling of one particular part of the speech.
Jones said Trump's tribute to Navy SEAL Ryan Owens, who died in a raid in Yemen, was "one of the most extraordinary moments you have ever seen in American politics, period" and that it was the moment Trump "became President of the United States." He also said it's the kind of thing that could make Trump a two-term president.
During Trump's remarks, cameras trained on Owens's widow, Carryn Owens, with tears streaming down her face. Facing her, Trump said her husband's legacy was "etched into eternity. . . Ryan died as he lived: a warrior and a hero”. Here's Jones's full commentary:

There are a lot of people who have a lot of reason to be frustrated with him, to be fearful of him.
But that was one of the most extraordinary moments you have ever seen in American politics, period. And he did something extraordinary.
And for people who have been hoping that he would become unifying, hoping he might find some way to become presidential, they should be happy with that moment.
For people who have been hoping that maybe he would remain a divisive cartoon, they should begin to become a little bit worried tonight, because that thing you just saw him do, if he finds a way to do that over and over again, he's going to be there for eight years. Now, there was a lot that he said in that speech that was counter-factual, that was not right, that I oppose and will oppose. But he did something tonight that you cannot take away from him. He became president of the United States.

In this moment, Trump clearly wowed at least some of his critics.
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"My simple question was, 'As and American, if I went out in the town right now, would I be welcome?'"

"They answered me, and said 'Absolutely not. You would not be welcome.' And I said,'Okay, what would happen if I went in town?'"

"They said the locals would snatch me up and kill me within an hour. I would be tortured first, and after they were done torturing me, I would probably be beheaded. It would go on video for everybody to see as an example."

The point I'm trying to make is- this is THE LOCAL POPULACE that would do this. This isn't ISIS. This isn't Al-Queda," he explains. "So my question them was pretty simple after that."

"If you would do this to me, in your country, WHY WOULD I LET YOU IN MY COUNTRY? All this means to me is that if you had the opportunity to take the life of an American, you would do it."

"Maybe that's something y'all need to think about back there. If this is the way some of these cultures feel... about Americans, WHY WOULD YOU BE SO NAIVE TO BELIEVE, IF THEY CAME TO THE US, THEY WOULD DO ANYTHING ANY DIFFERENT THAN WHAT THEY WOULD DO RIGHT HERE IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY?"

Mind you these come from the more non-violent practicing,"MODERATE", "peaceful" muslims walking Iraq, the left wanted to let right in without vetting.
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For everyone's info. No other religion on earth does any of this and has an end goal to destroy all countries and religions until islam stands alone.
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What is Berkley protesting? No one wants sanctuary cities.

Opposition to the sanctuary city policies crossed the political spectrum, and included 73 percent of Democrats, 82 percent of Republicans and 71 percent of independents.

That view was expressed by 65 percent of Latino respondents, 75 percent of Asian Americans and African Americans and 80 percent of whites.

The California government needs to STOP opposing the will of the PEOPLE of California.
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