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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

My Thoughts from the Coalition Meeting in White Swan Wa at the High School Gym  E-mail
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Saturday, 30 June 2018

There is a right and wrong and it is the wrong that is killing the ability to communicate in such a way as to become better so we do not get bitter with the past present or future. I saw this today Tuesday 26that 10 am to 4 pm at the Coalition meeting at White Swan were two Indian ladies seem to feel like they were the only ones that had a testimony of something good that was happening and they suffered the most. Yes. they were passionate about what they went through living on the reservation that is full of wrongs and yet they felt like they had more truth than anyone else and took charge of the meeting at the last. I had to leave because of another appointment. 
We wonder what can be done for our Youth and children to give them the ability to be civil and productive as citizens? It seems like many where in agreement it is going to take a united effort by parents, schools and the community to make sure we respect accountability for our actions and attitudes as citizens. We have an overbearing evil with Drugs, alcohol, suicide, bullying, sexual deviancy, and dysfunctional parenting combine to destroy the good mental health of our children and youth now and in the future. 
We were told there is no right or wrong and we need to be patient with grace and understand before responding. Yet wanting everyone to participate in the task with questions even tough ones. 
This all sounds good, I say help us to understand if we do not know the difference between right and wrong we are not going to solve any problems, but make thing worse to where everyone becomes disappointed, expecting Government to intervene. Government is by the people for the people not by government for people. We are seeing lawlessness right here in our area when someone can be arrested 70 times and still being free to be arrested again. Something is wrong. We need one law that all can agree with regardless of tradition, culture, race or religious persuasion. 


I have been a part of meeting such as this the last 8 years and nothing seems to be working, for we do not know the difference between right and wrong.
Was it right the way the Jews were killed by the Germans? Was it right for the Japanese to be put in concentration camps? Was it right for black folk to be slave’s? Was it right for Russia to be ruled by communism? Is it right for people to be forced to obey the Islamic religion? Is it right for the Indians to be put on Reservations? These all happen, many have forgiven and yet more have become embittered, preventing themselves and others from addressing the concerns in a way we become better and better. 
I know we were all created by God for goodwill and peace as we accept His way, truth and life. Look at what we are doing throwing God out of the picture. 
I heard the complaints and see the woes that are described in the Bible In Isaiah 5:8-23 happening here in our area as well as around the world.
1. Dysfunction in the home.
2. Wake up for another drink of beer or wine.
3. Drawing others to lawlessness.
4. Calling evil good and good evil.
5. Wise in own eyes, just do it your way.
6. Mixing drugs.
7. Justifying wickedness.
Matthew 23:13-32
1. Shut our God and prayer in public.
2. Love outside of marriage and other men’s wives and women doing the same.
3. Loving prostitution even on the internet.
4. Blind pleading the blind and all getting hurt.
5. Giving of evil deeds as we have no right or wrongs.
7. Injustices happening and no one to stop it.
I am aware we need to be awakened to the truth of righteousness, so we become better without getting bitter, so we need to repent and turn toward Gods way, truth and life, so the consequences of our behavior and attitude is producing good works as we abide in the vine; Jesus according to John 15. Blessing to you all that are trying to change our community for the better.

6. Clean out side but inside the heart, evil continually. 


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