Hillary Clinton Suffers From ED

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Related to the above:

Hillary Clinton: Epitome Of Dishonesty – moralmatters.org


“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”

“When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?”

[Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel] 



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Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel




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“A straw visor and muumuu for Hillary and SoulCycle shorts for Bill: Relaxed Clintons enjoy some downtime on the beach with their dogs”


16 thoughts on “Hillary Clinton Suffers From ED

  1. I thought you meant an eating disorder which she does lately look like she’s emotionally eating. She has gotten so heavy recently.

    1. Tina –

      Not only weight (physically) heavy, but fat with lies……….

      1. Tina says:

        And guilt one would think but I don’t believe she has a conscience as narcissists don’t have one and cannot be cured. Not to mention whatever other mental illness she has. My best friend is a shrink but we haven’t discussed her problems yet.

        1. Tina –

          LOL! That must be interesting having your best friend, a shrink.

          From your comments, I gather that you are a Christian. A practicing Christian has no need for psychiatry. In my view, psychiatry is another cultural practice that seeks to do good without acknowledging Lord God Creator’s written Divine Revelation. Its practice (in reality) is the denial of Holy Biblical Scripture and one acknowledging personal sin and placing his faith in Christ.

          Modern psychiatry is just another cheap substitute for Lord God’s practical Word as “a light and lamp guidance for one’s daily path.” It’s a type of “Norman Vincent Peale approach,” peppered with salacious precepts from sex pervert, Freud.

          1. Tina says:

            I just wrote you a very long comment but I don’t believe it posted. I will elaborate again if it didn’t go through.

          2. Tina –

            Sorry, but I can’t find it. I too, wonder what happened.

          3. Tina says:

            You made me Google Peale! He reminds me of that book that came out titled The Gift that Oprah was pushing. I personally never have been psychoanalyzed thank goodness but I did have bouts with depression and tried those meds and they did nothing but make me tired, fat and numb. I still suffer from anxiety but I had a very dysfunctional childhood and have been through a lot. I agree that Freud was a sicko lol. The Oedipus complex is bizarre!

            My friend always wanted to be a doctor. I think he may have chosen his field because of the medical malpractice suits that shrinks don’t have to deal with. Plus he’s a bit of a loon himself, part of his charm, so perhaps he’s been trying to figure out his own psyche. He’s not a religious person, he’s a gay man, I believe he’s self loathing which makes me sad, but I love him to death.

          4. Tina –

            It’s good that you have steered away from the “depression meds.” There are others ways (natural means) to deal with bouts of depression. Also, decadent culture, etc. drills it into the populace that anxiety and depression are abnormal. Sinful culture will propagate that because the sinful human beings which comprise sinful culture, refuse to accept the Biblical Scripture truth of the “depravity of human nature.”

            As for your friend, the best way for you (as a Christian) to love him, is to pray for him and let him know that he is on the path to perdition. Not just because he willfully chooses to live the homosexual lifestyle, but because he has already rejected all that Creator Lord God has provided for him. [Romans 1 – the whole chapter, in context] First and foremost, your unrepentant friend’s priceless soul will be forever damned because of his unbelief. [Gospel of Mark, chapter 16]

  2. Tina says:

    I agree with your assessment. Unfortunately I don’t have much contact with him any more as I have moved out of New York so I haven’t seen him in over two years and we don’t get to speak that often. I do pray for my friends. Most of us were raised Catholic and after the church’s scandals, many of us were turned off to religion in general with the exception of a very few of us who no longer consider ourselves Catholic but simply Christian. The last time I told him I considered myself born again because I repented and am trying to change my ways, he basically said that I was wrong and that I wasn’t born again. I realize I still have a lot of work to do on myself but one has to start somewhere. Thanks for listening as usual.

    1. Tina –

      Thank you for your response. I intend to comment on what you have just conveyed. I’m pondering my upcoming comment as I desire to measure my words.

    2. Tina –

      I’m happy to know from your comment that you left Catholicism. However, I think that you may be experiencing that some of Catholicism hasn’t left you.

      You mention:

      “……….The last time I told him I considered myself born again because I repented and am trying to change my ways, he basically said that I was wrong and that I wasn’t born again. I realize I still have a lot of work to do on myself but one has to start somewhere……….”

      Yes, “one has to start somewhere.” However, I’m reminded of what Scripture says: “We love him, because He first love us.”
      You mention: “………I still have a lot of work to do on myself……….” However, I’m reminded of the one Scripture which says: “It is God who works the will and to do of all His good pleasure.”

      Catholicism, in many ways is a religious exercise of attempting to please God by human effort. It is “works orientated.” Whereas the Christian Faith’s testimony is:

      “For by grace are you saved, through faith, and that not of yourselves, not of works, it is a gift of God, lest any man should boast……….” – Ephesians 2: 8-10

      Tina – I don’t doubt your repentance and “born again” testimony / experience. But I believe what Lord God says in His Scripture that, that experience is wrought solely by His Holy Spirit. And, it is a reckoning from Above. The more correct translation of “being born again,” is “being born anew” (aka, “being born from above”). Check out the Gospel of John, chapter 1:12-13 where it qualifies that “new birth” and also John chapter 3 – the whole chapter in context.

      Finally, to cut this long response, shorter, I want to recommend for you a particular book. It’s one that someday I’d like to purchase for myself. I came about this author, last week, online. His book description tells me enough that he is very Biblical in his approach. The man is a professing Christian, and is an attorney. So, I have no doubt, he has done his homework:

      The Anti-Gospel: The Perversion of Christ’s Grace Gospel Kindle Edition
      by Edward Hendrie (Author)


      1. Tina says:

        My previous comment has disappeared I believe. You are correct Pastor. I have that Catholic guilt which is very hard to shed. My husband has to frequently remind me to stop saying things like “I need to hurry up before it’s too late.” I’m basically a neurotic person and I’m driving him crazy. He has said to me the same thing you say above. He’s “got his Boy,” which is New York slang meaning that Jesus has his back NO MATTER WHAT!

        Can you suggest a good Bible study course online? The one I was using is making me feel guilty about my life not being perfect and the man respects Kirk Cameron who I think is a sellout. Thanks again for all your help.

        1. Tina –

          It appears from your comment that you have a good husband. These days many wives do not appreciate the one which the Lord gave them. Happy to hear that you have. It comes through in some of your comments.

          I’m in a hurry now. And, so, I hope to get back with you soon about a Bible study.

          1. Tina says:

            Thank you. He’s not perfect but I know he loves me and I trust him completely. I honestly don’t know who else would put up with me lol! God bless you for all you do.

          2. Tina –

            No husband is perfect, and also, for that matter, no wife. But it is a grace that you know that he loves you and that you can trust him. That’s an essential foundation for a solid marriage. Not a perfect marriage, but a practical and functioning one.

        2. Tina –

          My suggestion is to do a simple Bible study on your own or with a friend or two. Take the Gospel of John, chapter by chapter for a start.

          With each chapter answer the “Who, What, Why, Where, When and How.” Pic a centralized verse from the chapter that sums up the whole. You could even pic a favorite verse besides that.

          Also, identify the I Am statements of Christ and note how they fit with the book as a whole. Pic a central verse from the 21 chapters.

          Then explain in some paragraphs how the book of John “fits” with 2 Timothy 3:15-17.

          Finally, draw some personal application. This can be accomplished for instance by taking the “I am the Bread of Life” statement of Christ and cross referencing it with Matthew 4 where Christ says to Satan, “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.”

          I suggest that you download for free the e-sword.net Bible resource facility. Once you’ve downloaded the basic facility, you can add various commentaries, Bible “tools” (dictionaries) etc. for free.

          The best free resource, in my opinion that comes with e-sword.net is the TSK Cross Reference Tool. That one tool you can use to cross reference other Scriptures on most every Bible verse. Cross referencing individual Scripture passages is first and foremost, because Holy Scripture interprets itself.

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