“The people who can’t wait to audit you – the people that can’t wait to intimidate you — waste away our money, as they squeeze every nickel and dime away from the rest of us!”, said Pirro…
She has Ann Coulter and a civil liberties lawyer on to talk about the FBI’s use of drones to spy on US citizens.
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Lead me Guide Me is a personal favorite of mine. It’s a gospel style hymn that’s as fun to sing fun as it is to listen to.
Doris M. Akers (b. Brookfield, MO, 1922) wrote both text and tune of this African American gospel hymn in 1953 in Oakland, California. The text is an earnest plea for an intimate walk with God, who is asked to lead, guide, and protect the believer. The deeply personal stanzas emphasize that divine guidance is essential because of our lack of strength, our blindness, and Satan’s temptations. Only God can lead us on the narrow path and through all the complexities and challenges of earthly life. Like many of the psalms, this text pours out in prayer the yearning of the individual Christian, a prayer that reminds us of these words of the psalmist:
Lead me, Lord, lead me in thy righteousness;
make thy way plain before my face.
For it is thou, Lord, thou, Lord only
that makest me dwell in safety.
This rendition is by performed by Ernie Haase and Signature: