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  1. about 14 hours ago on Frazz

    No. The entire premise of Christianity is that everyone is subject to God’s just judgment against their sin. Thus, all of humankind is guilty before him because we have failed to honor him as God and to submit to his rule. Jesus died to provide forgiveness and salvation for repentant sinners. That salvation is a called a “new birth” because it results in a changed heart that wants to honor and submit to God. At the same time, those have been saved are not perfect and still must fight against sin in their lives. The difference is that they now have the ability, through the Holy Spirit, to resist sin. They don’t always succeed, thus the continuing need for forgiveness. Salvation is not a blank check to do anything you want and come running back for forgiveness whenever you want. See Romans 6. The Bible has quite a bit to say about those who would try to use God’s grace as permissiveness. Those who treat God’s grace in such a way don’t understand Christianity at all.

  2. 1 day ago on Frazz

    That cat has been long dead and decomposed by now.

  3. 15 days ago on Luann

    Because Bernice is in the spotlight in the last panel when Piro says, “Then, a light.”

  4. 21 days ago on Luann Againn

    Most people were.

  5. 22 days ago on Back to B.C.

    Or spice-s. Not sure what the problem is there.

  6. 25 days ago on Close to Home

    Of course, but where is the joke in that?

  7. about 1 month ago on Get Fuzzy

    Why would Rob have power tools at all?

  8. about 1 month ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Really? That stuff you use in cooking to make things flavorful is on a Gocomics banned word list?!

  9. about 1 month ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Not all food items need an expiration date. Some items have a “best by” date because they don’t really “go bad.” They may get stale, not taste as good, or be as effective at flavoring but they don’t “expire.” Crackers, for instance, don’t really go bad unless something has gotten into them. The same with sp-ces. Canned goods can last a long time depending on what it is.

    In truth, most food companies would love to give you an expiration date on everything. That way you would throw it out and buy new even if it is not bad. We don’t worry about expiration dates on much of anything except milk or other dairy products. Even then, most of the dairy based products have so many preservatives in them that they rarely go bad by the expiration date.

    Because so many of us completely outsource our food prep, we do not know how to tell if something is good to eat/use or not. My DIL tossed a ton of stuff from our fridge because it had passed the “best by” date. Took me forever to convince her that the stuff was not bad/spoiled at that point.

  10. about 2 months ago on Baby Blues

    That’s why you wait until the kids are grown before you replace the carpet.