A Mad “Gay” Man Tried to Kill Me; But God Made it All a Blessing

A mad homosexual tried to run me over with his car, two days ago, as I was walking with my “Gay Marriage is Sin / Jesus Loves You” sign.

I was on the side of the road, where there is about three feet of space to walk. It’s plenty of room and I never walk out into the highway. I saw the driver coming directly at me, toward the side of the road. At first, I thought he was just trying to scare me – a couple others have done that – so I didn’t move. But this person kept coming. When he was just a few feet in front of me, I jumped instantly and landed on my feet in the grassy incline beside the road.

Now, let me tell you how God was all over this.

First: I was amazed at the leap I made. It was as if I was 35 years old and not my current 53. No pain. I just sprang up instantly and landed softly and gracefully with both feet touching down at the same time. No stumbling. Didn’t break stride. I just kept walking.

Second: I just kept walking! That is not my natural reaction to somebody trying to kill me. My natural reaction would have been to drop the sign, turn, and run ragingly after the car until I caught the man in the parking lot or at the next red light and made him shit his pants. But I just kept walking – calmly – and holding the sign in front of me so more drivers could see it. I didn’t even turn around to look at the car.

Before going out on my walks, I pray for God to send his angels to surround me. And I’m not asking for some fat, fairy-like Cupid. I say, “God, send your mighty warrior angels – 6-feet-9 inches tall with battering rams for wings – to surround me and lead me and encourage me and fight for me and protect me and keep me calm. And God sent them and they did their job!

A mighty warrior angel lifted me up off of the side of the road when that mad homosexual tried to run me down. A mighty warrior angel set my 53-year-old bones down gracefully on the side of the road and kept me walking. And a mighty warrior angel kept me calm. I could not have done that on my own. No chance. I have a vicious, raging temper and my natural reaction would have been to use my 6-feet-4-inches and 225 pounds to catch and batter the person who tried to run me down. But I was completely calm and just kept walking, didn’t even turn around. That was God’s doing. Not mine.

I also pray some scriptures before I talk my walk, such as: “God, when people yell at me, give me the finger, or curse at me, give me the ‘Gentle response that turns away wrath’.” (Proverbs 15:1) “God make me quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to get angry.” (James 1:19)

Now, you tell me how a man with a temper so vicious that it has caused him to lose jobs and be hospitalized for bipolar disorder was able to stay calm after somebody tried to run him down with a car moving at 40 miles per hour. Answer: God.

And that’s not all that God did in this incident.

I wasn’t going to let the mad homosexual scare me out of carrying the sign that I know God has called me to carry. But I also wasn’t going to be an idiot about it. I knew that I needed to take some precautions. So, when I went out with the sign yesterday – on the same highway – I made a change. Instead of walking along the side of the road for 2 miles. I went to a spot in front of an abandoned lot and stood behind the curb and directly in front of a metal shelter at a bus stop. If somebody tries to run his car at me there, he’s going to hit the curb, miss me, and total his vehicle as it hits the metal shelter.

So, where was God in my decision to stand in front of that shelter? Well, if it hadn’t been for the mad homosexual who tried to kill me, I would have been walking the road yesterday, instead of standing in front of the shelter. And, because I was standing where I was, a young man named Nathanael stopped in the parking lot beside me, walked calmly over to me, and thanked me for carrying the sign and said, “Somebody needs to be saying this!” He said that he wants to join me on the side of the road and that he has a friend who is a printer and can make more signs. I told him to bring along more people. And he knows people who will join us – he volunteers his time to stand in front of an abortion clinic and try to turn women away from that evil and show them that they have other options.

I have prayed that God would send more men out to deliver His “Gay Marriage is Sin / Jesus Loves You” message.

The opposition to God’s message will cause God’s message to spread.

If that mad homosexual had not tried to kill me, I would not have been standing at the bus stop. I would have been walking up and down the road and Nathanael may not have seen me. The mad homosexual made it easy for Nathanael to find me, park his car, and have a conversation with me that is going to bring more people out on God’s Highway.

Blessed with Bipolar

Gay Sex versus Bestiality

The supporters of gay pseudo-marriage cannot explain why they believe that gay sex is moral and good, but bestiality is immoral and bad. And the reason that they can’t explain that difference is that they have no firm basis for their moral beliefs.

If Whoopi, Oprah, and Matt Lauer started an aggressive campaign promoting bestiality – complete with testimonials from real animal “lovers” – sooner or later, the gay “marriage” supporters would be convinced that bestiality is a good thing; as long as it makes both the person and the animal happy.

We, Christians, however, will never change our minds regarding either gay sex or bestiality – because our moral beliefs are based on the solid foundation of the undeniable, infallible, and never-changing Word of the One and Only Eternal God, which states:

“You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination. You shall not have sexual relations with any animal and defile yourself with it, nor shall any woman give herself to an animal to have sexual relations with it: it is perversion.” (Leviticus 18:22-23)

If a person is born with a strong sexual attraction and desire for chimpanzees – which he cannot change – is it moral and good for him to have sex with willing chimpanzees; as long as it makes both him and the chimp happy? The Word of God says, “No!” What do the supporters of gay pseudo-marriage say; and why?

There are Gay People in Heaven

I want gay people to go to heaven. And they can – and do!

But they¬†must to do it God’s way.

Admit the sin, accept Christ, & receive his power to turn away from the grave sin of gay sex. He will do it. He loves gay people and wants to spend eternity in heaven with them. But they MUST do it HIS way. He is the ONLY way.

Who else would die a gruesome death just to pay the penalty you owe for your sins, so you don’t have to? Only Jesus. And He had no penalty of His own to pay. He was COMPLETELY without sin. He NEVER sinned, and yet He loved gay people enough to go to the Cross and pay the penalty for their abominable sin – because He wants them in heaven. But they MUST do it HIS WAY. Admit the Sin, Accept Christ as Lord and Savior, and receive His power to live an amazingly joy-filled life – His power to turn from the sin.

“The joy of the Lord is your strength.” Nehemiah 8:10


Gays and their liberal allies want to scare you into remaining silent about the sins of gay sex and gay marriage. Don’t let them do it!

They cannot harm you. You are on God’s side.

They know deep down that their sexual behavior is a grave sin. Otherwise, they wouldn’t get so angry and insulting when we show them the Word of God. It convicts them in their very souls.

Let us pray that conviction leads them to embrace Christ and turn from the sin of gay sex.

Richard Jarzynka, author of “Blessed with Bipolar”

Pedro’s .796 OPS Looks Pretty Good, But . . .

Pedro Alvarez is now hitting .243/.282/.514 — .796 OPS. But he has done little more than hit 3 home runs in the first 11 games of the season and the underlying indications are not good.

Alvarez’s K rate is 30.8%. He has walked in just 5.1% of his plate appearances. His Line Drive percentage is a paltry 4.2. And 70.8% of his batted balls have been grounders.

If You Don’t Like the Charlie Morton Contract . . .

To those who don’t like the 3-year, $21M contract that Charlie Morton signed prior to the 2014 season:

Matt Garza, prior to the 2014 season, signed a 4-year, $50M contract with the Brewers.

Last year, Morton pitched 157 innings with a 3.72 ERA and 3.78 xFIP. Garza pitched 163 innings with a 3.64 ERA and 3.88 xFIP.

Bucs Should Start Lambo Tonight

Tonight would be a good time to give Andrew Lambo a start.

Detroit’s starting pitcher, right-hander Shane Greene, has struck out 30.7% of right-handed batters in his brief career (86 IP). Starling Marte has K’d in 24.6% of his career PAs vs. right-handers. And 48% this year. The league average for RH vs. RH last year was 21.5%

Starling Marte and Plate Discipline

Regarding Starling Marte, free swinging, 7 Ks, and O BBs in his first 13 plate appearances of the 2015 season; and why it is a concern – already.

Plate discipline has been the major flaw in his performance as a hitter since the day he was first signed by the Pirates organization.

In his MLB career, his K/BB rate is 5.0.

In 206 plate appearances in the second half of last season, his K/BB dropped to 3.1 and he hit for a .975 OPS. In the 504 plate appearances prior to last year’s All-Star Game – dating back to the 2013 Sll-Star Game – Marte’s K/BB rate was 4.5 and he hit for just a .716 OPS in that time.

Again Marte’s career K/BB is 5.0. Since 1950, there have been 55 players, with more than 1,000 career plate appearances – than .794, including Marte. Here are the top 12 of those 55 and their OPS. It is not an illustrious group.

Wilin Rosario .794 OPS
Bo Jackson .784 OPS
Adam Jones .782 OPS
Starling Marte .782 OPS
Pedro Munoz .760 OPS
Brant Brown .746 OPS
Josh Harrison .741 OPS
Delmon Young .741
Tony Armas .740
Juan Francisco .736
Tyler Colvin .733
Todd Greene .730

If Marte has the 3.1 K/BB that he posted in 206 PAs of last year’s second half, he could be an All-Star. If he returns to the 4.5 K/BB of his previous 504 PAs, you’re looking at Pedro Munoz.

Therefore, when Marte starts the season with 7 Ks and no BBs in his first 13 PAs, after striking out 14 times and walking once in Spring Training, the question is asked, “Has Mr. Plate Discipline returned?

This is a particular concern because, contrary to popular perception, Marte is not a “kid.” He is 26. A long history of statistics show that age 26-27 is when most players are at their peak. Marte has struggled with plate discipline since he entered the Rookie Ball minor league level at at age 20. What are the odds that his 3.1 K/BB in the second half of last season was an aberration?