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ALL Those Who Gave The Ultimate Sacrifice!!

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THANK YOU!!

Thank You ALL

Thank You ALL

Here is a Wonderful Memorial Day Tribute Page!!

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The Truth Tracker
Jason R. Bootie

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May 25, 2009 at 3:37 PM

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Senate Democrats Say No To Obama?

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May 20, 2009 at 8:56 PM

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He Has Risen!!

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An Email sent out by a Great Friend and Brother in Christ:

HE IS RISEN
HE IS RISEN
HE IS RISEN
GLORY BE
HE IS RISEN
HAPPY RESURRECTIONS DAY
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FOR THE SON OF GOD IS RISEN FROM THE DEAD
AND
MAY HE GRACE YOU WITH HIS PRESENCE
THROUGH ALL THE DAYS OF YOUR LIFE
GLORY BE
TO
THE
LORD OF LORD’S
&
KING OF KING’S
IS
RISEN
HE’S ALIVE, HE’S ALIVE, HE’S ALIVE
HALLELUIAH
HALLELUIAH
HALLELUIAH
AMEN & AMEN & AMEN
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
God Bless,
The Truth Tracker
Jason R. Bootie

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April 12, 2009 at 1:24 AM

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Easter Was No Accident!!

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By: Douglas V. Gibbs(carriedbychrist)

Easter Was No Accident

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I remember watching a short film called The Bridge about a man that sacrificed his son in order to save many lives. He loved his son very much.

One day, he took his son to his job where the man was a bridge operator over a river. The bridge had a train track that ran over it, and it was the man’s job to raise and lower the bridge whenever a ship came along the river that had high stacks and would be unable to sail under the clearance of the bridge. The son, at one point in the video, becomes trapped in the gears of the equipment as a train approaches, and the bridge is up. The man must make a decision. If he leaves the bridge up, his son survives, but the passengers on the oncoming train will all surely die. If he lowers the bridge, the people on the train will live, but his son will die a gruesome death.

Max Lucado refers to this tale in his book, God Came Near. He reminds us that though the tale is powerful, and a touching parallel to the sacrifice our Lord made for us when He was crucified on The Cross, there is a major difference between the two stories. The tale about the bridgemaster tells of events that occur that forces the man to make a terrible decision when faced with a horrible dilemma. The Bridge tells of an unfortunate accident that forced the man into making the difficult decision of pulling the lever, lowering the bridge, and allowing his son to die so that the many people aboard the oncoming train may live.

As did the man in the tale, God the Father twisted in grief as Jesus Christ was sacrificed on that cross on Calvary. All of the sinners of the world were given a gift through this sacrifice, though most of them didn’t even realize it was happening as it occurred, nor are willing to accept it to this day. But the death of Jesus of Nazareth was no accident. God was not suddenly faced with a horrible decision, and had to pull a lever. The crucifixion was in accordance to God’s plan. The cross was no accident. The moment Adam and Even used their gift of free will to become disobedient to God the wheels were set in motion. Our Lord intentionally planted the tree from which the cross would be carved. He willingly placed the iron ore in the ground from which the nails would be cast. He voluntarily placed Judas, who would betray Jesus, in the womb of a woman. Pilate was assigned to Jerusalem, Calvary was thrust up from the earth, and the tomb was at the ready long before the crucifixion took place.

Jesus was born to die on that cross.

When Easter approaches, Christians begin to talk more and more about the resurrection, as well they should. It is this glorious event that confirms all that Jesus said and did while He walked the Earth. He is the only historical figure to conquer death, to rise from the tomb and walk among his followers again. Oh, what a glorious morning that must’ve been. But in the celebration of Easter, we often fail to remember the terrible events that led to His glorious triumph over death.

The birth, life and death of Jesus Christ was prophesied over 700 times in the Old Testament. From Genesis to Malachi, his birth, life, and death is provided to us in vivid detail. We celebrate his birth and resurrection with Christmas and Easter, as well we should. But why is it that often Christians want to avoid discussing the crucifixion?

Jesus was crucified, and without the horror of the crucifixion, the Resurrection would not have occurred. Jesus Christ suffered through agony and pain, suffering in ways that Mel Gibson’s Movie “Passion of the Christ” could not even capture in its gruesome depiction of Jesus Christ’s final twelve hours. The horror of His death was worse than what the movie depicted, or anything they could ever depict. The suffering was greater than any of us could ever understand. He bore the sins of the entire world, past, present, and future, at that moment in time, and the weight of all that sin was so tormenting to bear that He cried out in torturous suffering, “My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me!”

On Easter, while you are singing during the church service, be uplifted, inspired, and remember that because He was victorious over death, we are saved. But while you are praising Him, also remember that there is no Easter Sunday without Good Friday. Worship Him, but spend time remembering what Jesus Christ experienced during those final hours before the spear was thrust into his side, and His human heart stopped beating.

The betrayal, the cries by the crowd to “Crucify Him!”, the beating He received under the orders of Pilate that was so horrid that his inner organs could be seen through the openings of His flesh, the ropes that bound Him as He was led to the cross, the nails that were driven into His hands, the very existence of the soldiers that ensured He was dead on the cross, nor the tears shed by His followers – though each an important and integral part of the story of Christ – were not necessary. They were not necessary because Christ needed not be betrayed, He would have surrendered Himself if need be. He would have driven the nails into His own hands, if need be. He would have died the horrible death, no matter how the events that led to it transpired. He would have sacrificed Himself anyway. It was an act of Grace. A devoted plan of redemption set in motion thousands of years before. The Crucifixion, His lifeless body in The Tomb, and His glorious Resurrection on Easter was no accident. It was a plan set in motion from the beginning so that anyone that so believeth in Him may have salvation.

Pure Love. Pure Devotion. A Pure Lamb for Man’s Transgressions.

God Bless,
The Truth Tracker
Jason R. Bootie

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April 12, 2009 at 12:29 AM

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Solar Storm Could Shut Down U.S. for Months!!

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Via (Fox News)

Report: Powerful Solar Storm Could Shut Down U.S. for Months

A huge coronal mass ejection from the sun.

A huge coronal mass ejection from the sun.

A new study from the National Academy of Sciences outlines grim possibilities on Earth for a worst-case scenario solar storm.

Damage to power grids and other communications systems could be catastrophic, the scientists conclude, with effects leading to a potential loss of governmental control of the situation.

The prediction is based in part on major solar storm in 1859 caused telegraph wires to short out in the United States and Europe, igniting widespread fires.

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The Truth Tracker
Jason R. Bootie

First of a Kind Traffic Jam!!

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I’ve scene some odd reasons for causing traffic jams, but this tops them all.  I wonder if some woman will come home and call the cops claiming her closet was raided and all her SHOES are gone.  LOL

Thousands of Shoes Dumped on Miami Expressway

MIAMI —  Thousands of shoes were dumped on a Miami expressway causing significant traffic delays.

The Florida Highway Patrol received the report during rush hour Friday morning, Lt. Pat Santangelo said. A private contractor brought a front-end loader and a dump truck to the half-mile stretch of highway. Workers were able to clear at least one lane after a short time by sweeping all the shoes to shoulder, but delays were expected to last until all the shoes could be removed.

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Santangelo said the shoes appear to be used, and most were tied together in pairs. He says he’s looking for a charity to take the shoes, rather than sending them to the dump.

Santangelo says he’s not sure where the shoes came from. There were no signs of a crash, and no one stopped to claim them.

Thousands of shoes dumped on Miami expressway

Thousands of shoes dumped on Miami expressway

God Bless,
The Truth Tracker
Jason R. Bootie

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE.  MAY YOU ALL HAVE A BLESSED 2009.

I hope you are able to achieve your resolutions.

2008 was a year full of ups and downs, negatives and positives, and anything in between.  Let’s just thank god we are all still here to enjoy one anothers company and live one day at a time to the fullest.

God Bless,
The Truth Tracker
Jason R. Bootie

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January 1, 2009 at 2:01 AM

Good for this Supermarket!!! Stick to Your Guns!

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Supermarket defends itself over Adolf Hitler cake

EASTON, Pa. (AP) – A supermarket is defending itself for refusing to a write out 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell’s name on his birthday cake. Deborah Campbell, 25, of nearby Hunterdon County, N.J., said she phoned in her order last week to the Greenwich ShopRite. When she told the bakery department she wanted her son’s name spelled out, she was told to talk to a supervisor, who denied the request.Karen Meleta, a ShopRite spokeswoman, said the store denied similar requests from the Campbells the last two years, including a request for a swastika.

“We reserve the right not to print anything on the cake that we deem to be inappropriate,” Meleta said. “We considered this inappropriate.”

The Campbells ultimately got their cake decorated at a Wal-Mart in Pennsylvania, Deborah Campbell said Tuesday.

Wal-Mart spokeswoman Anna Taylor told The Easton Express-Times that the store won’t put anything illegal or profane on a cake but thinks it’s important to respect the views of customers and employees.

“Our No. 1 priority in decorating cakes is to serve the customer to the best of our ability,” Taylor said from Bentonville, Ark.

When reached by The Associated Press, Taylor said she’d call back to provide a comment.

Heath Campbell said he named his son after Adolf Hitler because he liked the name and because “no one else in the world would have that name.”

The Campbells’ two other children are named JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, who turns 2 in a few months, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, who will be 1 in April.

Campbell said he was raised not to avoid people of other races but not to mix with them socially or romantically. But he said he would try to raise his children differently.

“Say he grows up and hangs out with black people. That’s fine, I don’t really care,” he said. “That’s his choice.”

He said about 12 people attended the birthday party on Sunday, including several children of mixed race.

God Bless,
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Jason R. Bootie

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December 17, 2008 at 11:24 PM

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Want a way to Promote Your Blog?

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Folks if you are having trouble promoting your blog or website then I suggest you go to AlphaInventions.  I have had outstanding numbers thanks to AlphaInventions.  I couldn’t have asked for a better site being sent to me by a friend of mine who also uses AlphaInventions to promote her blog as well, Black N Right.

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Jason R. Bootie

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December 17, 2008 at 12:39 AM

Charles Barkley has Race on the Brain!!

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Lobbying for Gill, alum Barkley says Auburn should have hired black coach

Former Auburn and NBA star Charles Barkley ripped the school he attended on Monday, saying the only reason the Tigers did not hire Buffalo’s Turner Gill as the school’s new football coach is because Gill is black.

Auburn on Saturday hired Iowa State’s Gene Chizik, who had a 5-19 record in two seasons with the Cyclones. Chizik was the defensive coordinator at Auburn in 2004, when the Tigers finished 13-0 and ranked No. 2 in the country.

Chizik replaces former Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville, who won 85 games in 10 seasons but was forced to resign earlier this month.

“I think race was the No. 1 factor,” said Barkley, who played basketball for three seasons at Auburn during the early 1980s. “You can say it’s not about race, but you can’t compare the two resumes and say [Chizik] deserved the job. Out of all the coaches they interviewed, Chizik probably had the worst resume.”

Gill, a former Nebraska quarterback, took over one of the country’s worst programs at Buffalo three years ago. He guided the Bulls to an 8-5 record and their first MAC championship this season, upsetting previously unbeaten Ball State 42-24 in the Dec. 5 conference championship game.

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Jason R. Bootie