Monday, September 7, 2009

President Obama's Speech to School Children.

Much hoopla has been made concerning the President's speech to public school children. Is it right? Is it wrong? Is he trying to indoctrinate our children? Is he just trying to encourage them to make the right decisions in their life? etc ....

I personally disagree with most of President Obama's political philosophy. However, like it or not, he is the President. As such there really shouldn't be to much concern about him speaking to children in government run schools.

The public school system kicked God out a long time ago. Since that time the main philosophy that has been pushed upon children has been humanistic in nature. As such, the natural course for the educational system has been towards a socialistic, atheistic indoctrination of children. Any Christian, with a Biblical worldview, who has taken the time to look at the SYSTEM would have to see that.

So even if President Obama was to push his socialistic agenda on school age children, it shouldn't make that big of a difference. They are already getting that type of philosophy for eight hours anyway.

If you are really concerned about what your children are learning, and you should be, then educate them yourself. As a parent it is your God-given responsibility. God did not birth your children to the Federal Government or to the Local Government for that matter. He gave them to you. God will hold YOU responsible for what they believe.

If your children believe that trying to save mother earth is more important than try to reach a lost soul for Jesus Christ, don't blame anyone but yourself. Come out from among them and teach your children the things of God if that is really what is important to you. If it's not, then don't complain about what happens in the Government School System. Just repeat after me.....

I pledge allegiance to the President of the United Socialist States of America, and to the Global Community which he stands for. One mother Earth, under One Global Government, Totally Green, with Education and Health Care for all -- till antichrist shall come.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

When was the last time you gave your testimony?

I posted this on my facebook profile. I haven't had any takers yet but I am hopeful. Perhaps you would consider giving your testimony.

We talk about a lot of things here on FB, but I would like for those of you who name the name of Christ to take the time this week to post your personal testimony. How did you come to the personal knowledge of Jesus Christ as your Savior?

Sometimes we underestimate the value of our testimony. We shouldn't. The Apostle Paul, when he stood before King Agrippa, chose not to give some doctrinal disertation, but chose to give his personal testimony to the unregenerated King. If it was good enough for the Apostle Paul, then why shouldn't it be for us.

I'm not going to "TAG" anyone. This is completely voluntary. It doesn't have to be a book. Just give the basic story of how you came to know Christ. If you choose to take the time and give your testimony I will make sure that I repost it on my profile, and everyone else who wants to could do the same. There is no telling how far your testimony may go and no telling who it will reach. Please consider spreading the good news of God's Grace in your life. I will start.

I give God all the glory because I have lived a priviledged life. No I didn't grow up in wealthy family, but I had a dad and mom who both knew the Lord. I grew up going to church and hearing the Bible preached. Because of that, I have had a knowledge of the Bible and the things of God from a young age. That can be a danger, however, because head knowledge of Christ or about God is not enough. There must be a personal relationship with Christ.

I grew up thinking that I was a Christian. I went to church, Chirstian School, and hung around Christian people all my life. I could quote some Scripture verses and even give you the "plan" of salvation if asked. I thought I was certainly a Christian.

However, there were certain events that took place in my life where I can now see that the Holy Spirit was working on my soul. One time an evangelist at church came into our Sunday School room to introduce himself. His name was Jim God. I always thought his name was strange but I know he didn't choose it. Anyway, he came into our class and he asked us a question. "Are you afraid of dying and going to hell?" We didn't answer out loud -- just to ourselves. My initial response was, "yeah, that would be terrible." After allowing us the chance to answer in our hearts, he said this. "If you answered "Yes" then you may not be a Christian, because a Christian has no fear of hell. If you are saved and you know it, hell is not a worry." This caused me to take a step back and look at my salvation, but I didn't do anything about it then.

Another time, about a year later, I was asked to give my testimony in a school chapel service. This created a problem. Mainly -- I didn't have a testimony. I did what any "smart" kid would do -- I made one up. No one noticed, no one except me and the Holy Spirit. Again, I didn't do any thing about it at the time. I wasn't quite sure what to do. I had thought I was saved. Everyone around me thought I was saved, but in my heart I knew I wasn't truly a child of God.

I struggled with the Christian life. I was baptized again. I rededicated my life etc ... It's hard enough living the Christian life as a Christian, but when you're just pretending it's even harder.

Finally, on a Wednesday night service, at Harbor Baptist Temple in Surfside Beach, SC. my dad, who was my pastor as well, preached a message on Proverbs 1:7. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction. I don't remember the exact message he preached, but I remember the message the Holy Spirit preached to me that evening. I realized that I had never really seen God for who He is. I realized for the first time that I, Peter Scheer, Jr., was a sinner headed for hell. This was all information that I knew in my head, but it was the first time it was personal.

There was no more hesitation for me. I knew I had to come clean with God, and myself. That night at church I trusted the Lord as my Savior. The President of the United States didn't know who I was. The Governor of SC didn't know I existed, but the God of Heaven took the time to speak to an eleven year old boys heart and show me I needed to be saved. I've not been the same since.

The story doesn't stop there. That was just the beginning of the great work the Lord has done for me and in me. I am so glad God saves young and old sinners!

To God be the Glory great things He has done.

I hope this will be a blessing to all of you, and for those of you who read this who may not know the Lord as your personal Savior, please don't hesitate to message me or write me or call me I'd love to talk with you.

The greatest thing in the world to know is to know for sure that when you die you are going to Heaven.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Are You A Christian Soldier?


I am a soldier in the Army of my God.
The Lord Jesus Christ is my commanding Officer.
The Holy Bible is my code of conduct.
Faith, Prayer and the Bible are my weapons of Warfare.
I have been Taught by the Holy Spirit, Trained by experience,
Tried by adversity, and Tested by fire.

I am a volunteer in this Army, and I am enlisted for eternity.
I will either retire in this Army at the Rapture or die in service for my Savior…,
but I will not get out, sell out, be talked out, or be pushed out.
I am faithful, reliable, capable, and dependable.

If my God needs me, I am there. If He needs me in Sunday School,
to teach children, work with the youth, help adults, or just sit and learn,
He can use me because I am there.
I am there for Sunday School, Sunday Morning service,
Sunday Night service, Wednesday Prayer meeting, Revival and Special Meetings.
I am there to Support, to Serve, to Study, and to be Strengthened.
I am there to Worship, to Work, and to Learn God's Word.

I am a soldier. I am not a baby.
I do not need to be pampered, petted, primed up,
pumped up, picked up, or pepped up.
I am a soldier, no one has to call me, remind me, write me,
visit me, entice me or lure me.
I am a soldier, I am not a wimp. I am in my place, saluting my King,
Obeying His orders, praising His name, and Serving in His Church.

I am a soldier. No one has to send me flowers, gifts, food,
cards, candy, or give me handouts.
I do not need to cuddled, cradled, cared for, or catered to.
I am a soldier and I am committed.

I cannot have my feelings hurt bad enough to stop me.
I cannot be discouraged enough to turn me aside.
I cannot lose enough to cause me to quit.
When Jesus called me into His army, I had nothing;
If I end up with nothing, I still come out even.

I will win. My God will supply all my needs.
I am more than a conqueror. I will always triumph.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

I am a soldier. devils cannot defeat me,
people cannot disillusion me, weather cannot weary me,
Sickness cannot stop me, Battles cannot beat me,
Money cannot buy me, Governments cannot silence me,
and Hell cannot handle me.
I am a soldier. I am committed. Even death cannot destroy me.

When my Commander calls me from this battlefield
He will promote me and then bring me back to
rule this world with Him. I am a soldier in His army,
I am marching and claiming victory.
I will not Give up, I will not turn back.

I am a soldier marching Heaven bound.

…Will You Stand With Me???

Thank the Lord for Christian Soldiers!

Friday, April 17, 2009

I Found this on another Blog!


(A) The number of physicians in the U.S. is 700,000.

(B) Accidental deaths caused by Physicians per year are120,000.

(Calculation) Accidental deaths per physician is 0.171.

Statistics courtesy of U.S. Dept of Health Human Services.


Now think about this:


(A) The number of gun owners in the U.S. is 80,000,000.

(Yes, that's 80 million..)

(B) The number of accidental gun death per year, all age groups, is 1,500.

(Calculation) The number of accidental deaths per gun owner is .000188.

Statistics courtesy of FBI


So, statistically, doctors are approximately 9,000 times more dangerous than gun owners.


Remember, 'Guns don't kill people, doctors do.'




Please alert your friends to this alarming threat.

We must ban doctors before this gets completely out of hand!!!!!


Out of concern for the public at large, I withheld the statistics on lawyers for fear the shock would cause people to panic and seek medical attention.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Party, Politics and Pragmatism or Principle - Where do you stand?

The year 2008 was a turning point for me. My eyes were opened and I saw the light so to speak. I voted for George Bush twice, and both times he won. However, the longer that he was in office, the more I began to see that voting for the lesser of two evils was no longer good enough. A supposedly Conservative President that had a supposedly Conservative Congress for nearly eight years, did little to nothing to return our country to the Constitutional Republic that it is supposed to be.

Massive Government spending, lip service on abortion, deceit in selling a war to the American people, a Patriot Act (ie. supposedly Patriotic) that opens the door to untold government intrusion into the lives of American Citizens, and the list could go on. All of this was done under the watch of a "Conservative" government.

As the 2008 elections neared, I had already made up my mind that I would no longer be a political party lemming and vote for the lesser of two evils. I saw in one Republican candidate the character to go against the grain. This candidate actually mentioned the Constitution when he gave answers to questions. This candidate vocally opposed the North American Union, and was vocally in favor of the USA retaining its sovereignty as a nation. This candidate had in each session of Congress presented a bill that would not only have made Abortion illegal, it also would have taken the issue out of the Supreme Court's jurisdiction. This candidate actually believed that there is no Constitutional authority for the US Dept of Education and a thousand other departments that politicians have created over the years. This candidate believed that the Federal Reserve is a dangerous entity that should be outlawed and a Gold standard re-established. This candidate was an actual LIMITED GOVERNMENT CONSERVATIVE, who believed that the Constitution is the law of the land and no politician, including the President, should be allowed to go around the law of the land. This candidate was called Dr. No by many, because he always votes NO when Congress wants to spend more money unconstitutionally. This candidate was Ron Paul of Texas.

I already knew that the Constitution Party was around and that their candidate would be a true Conservative, and I had determined that if a true Conservative was NOT selected by the Republican Party that my vote would go with their candidate. Ron Paul was called a kook by the talking radio heads and many people followed their lead instead of thinking for themselves. Ron Paul was shut out of one debate by FOX News and was ignored in many of the other debates. Yet, he remained until the end.

Conservative fundamentalists went with Mike Hukabee, who now has a show on FOX, thinking that he was conservative, yet he was willing to pander to the CFR like most of the other politicians. Personally, I believe that Hukabee was in it to keep good Conservative people from voting for Ron Paul. Alas, the Republican Party ended up with John McCain. McCain no doubt was a great soldier and served this country valiantly, however as a politician he has been anything but conservative. He is so liberal that John Kerry approached him and offered him the Vice-Pres. position in 2004. In order to bolster his non-existent conservative credentials, McCain chose a soccer mom Governor from Alaska, Sarah Palin as his Vice-President.

At this announcement and after hearing her speak, many conservatives, like James Dobson, who were riding the fence swooned and decided to support McCain. Many stated plainly that their vote was for Palin and not McCain. However, if Sarah Palin was a true conservative, how could she join the McCain campaign? The answer is simple. Party loyalty and pragmatic politics.

The question that I must ask is this. When do Conservatives begin to once again stand on the principles of their beliefs? Is constitutional conservatism really worth standing for or is it optional?

The majority will say, "Well, if you vote for a third party candidate you're just throwing your vote away." That is exactly the thinking that has led us to the mess that we are in. Too many Democrats and too many Republicans cannot get past their political party to actually cast a vote that comes from their conscience. VOTING YOUR CONSCIENCE IS NEVER A WASTED VOTE! IT IS THE ONLY VOTE WORTH CASTING.

I decided at the beginning of 2008 before the candidates were chosen that I would vote my conscience. I was not going to be pressured by the threat of a Hillary Clinton or a Barack Obama in office, to vote for a Republican Candidate that I had no confidence in. This was especially true in light of the fact that there were great CONSTITUTIONAL Candidates to vote for.

Ron Paul was not chosen by the Republican Party so my decision was simple. Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party was still in the mix and his beliefs about our country matched mine so he received my vote. No, he didn't win, and didn't really have much of a chance at all, but when I lay my head on my pillow at night, my conscience is clear because I voted based on the principles that I believe in -- not Party, not Politics, not Pragmatism.

John Quincy Adams said, "Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost."

Let us all put PRINCIPLE above petty party political pragmatism.

Peter Scheer, Jr.