1-800-273-TALK (8255) « stevenjcurtis

“I went into work last Monday, started my morning routine, and noticed everyone was having a rough morning. Being the positive guy I am, I start questioning people about the long faces. Come to find out we had a member in our command commit suicide. Our command is small. Everyone interacts with everyone on a daily basis. We get to know more about each other than we really care to know. This man was a positive influence on a lot of people. If you needed cheering up, this was the guy to go to. Sadly, that is said about a lot of people who commit suicide. It’s as though they hide behind their smile. They don’t want their problems to be anyone else’s problem. It’s a sickness that eats us from the inside out.”

Source: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) « stevenjcurtis

Think Divinely – If Everything is Allowed… is this good?

“For example, it used to be that married couples stuck it out when things got difficult because marriage vows really meant something—it was an issue of honor and respect of a person’s faith in God that marriage was considered a holy union—a promise before the Almighty.”

Source: Think Divinely – If Everything is Allowed… is this good?

My memory verse for today 8/26/15

John 7:24 (ESV)

24 Do not judge by appearances, but judge with right judgment.”

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If someone could give me instructions on how to shrink it, I would greatly appreciate it

The Seventh Planned Parenthood Video: Ordinary, Everyday Evil – Stand to Reason Blog

How has society gotten to a place where this behavior is acceptable?

The Seventh Planned Parenthood Video: Ordinary, Everyday Evil

The latest Planned Parenthood video is so evil I’m having trouble handling it.

A former StemExpress tech tells of her supervisor playfully making an aborted baby’s heart start beating again. Of having to cut the baby’s face open in order to get the prized brain ordered by researchers. Was the heart still beating when they did that? Maybe. It’s unclear. Thankfully, there’s no video of either of these things. But you do see a live baby moving on a tray, and that’s enough.

Or, at least, it should be enough.

I can’t stop thinking about the people doing these jobs day in and day out. And of those who watch the videos and either yawn or continue to defend Planned Parenthood. And of how entwined this industry is with the medical community. I just heard that parents who go through IVF can sign a consent form to donate their leftover embryonic children to research. Now that I’ve seen what Planned Parenthood is doing, I can’t help but think: Are IVF doctors getting compensated by researches for providing them with embryonic human beings? Are they pushing parents to create more children so they’ll be able to provide researchers with more and get more benefits in return? This doesn’t seem like an outlandish speculation anymore. There’s money to be had selling human beings.

via The Seventh Planned Parenthood Video: Ordinary, Everyday Evil – Stand to Reason Blog.