My All Natural Oasis

Written by Randy Martin

My All Natural Oasis

About 7 years ago, I decided that my budget could stretch, just enough, to fulfill my lifelong dream of owning my own hot tub. Like most perspective spa owners, my biggest concern was whetherrepparttar hassle of adding and mixing all those toxic chemicals that (I used to believe) are necessary for clean spa water was really worthrepparttar 132232 pleasure of after-work escapes into my personal “oasis”.

After all, who dreams of an oasis comprised of a hot chemical soup, with labor involved in starting and maintaining it? It is kind of counteractive torepparttar 132233 fantasy if you think about it like that. It would be more of a mirage than an oasis, if you ask me.

I began to brood over other possibilities as I let my skepticism simmer. What if I developed a rash or an allergic reaction to those artificial additives? I mean, my pores would be more open and vulnerable then, and that could really “put me in hot water”.

Then a friend of mine told me about an all-natural, enzyme based formula that was designed to maintain crystal-clear spa water, and sanitize, without chemicals. The amazing thing is that it only needs to be added once every three months. Nothing else has to be added, ever. No testing, labor, or supplements are required with normal use. The enzymes do it all for you and it is 100% safe and nontoxic.

If you think I was cynical before, I certainly was then, because this sounded too good to be true. Nevertheless, I decided to take my friends word for it. I brushed that skeptical angel off my shoulder and went out to purchase my steamy indulgence. To my delight, my friend’s testimony and my dream came true. I hadrepparttar 132234 hot tub I always wanted and none ofrepparttar 132235 worries or hassles that I feared.

The product is called “Spa Magic” and it is no misnomer. In 3 words: I loved it. To quote an old Norelco ad, “I liked it so much, I boughtrepparttar 132236 company”. Actually, I liked it so much I started my own company to distribute these great products.

Is Religious freedom Free?

Written by Terry Dashner

“Religious Freedom or Freedom from Religion?” by Terry Dashner, Senior Pastor

Faith Fellowship Church…PO Box 1586…Broken Arrow, OK…74013…918-451-0270

I’m concerned about American citizens who take religious liberties for granted. Every God-fearing American who is indifferent to his right of legal assembly, who’s indifferent torepparttar support of a church or synagogue by attendance and tithes, and who neglects to pray daily forrepparttar 132230 continuance of religious freedom is unwittingly placing America’s religious liberties in jeopardy. By his failure to participate actively in religion, he’s sending a message to American lawmakers, and torepparttar 132231 world at large, that worship by free expression and free assembly is not very important. It’s interesting that most Americans claim to be Christian. If we are, then why aren’t our Churches and synagogues reflecting these numbers of supporters? Americans must use or we will lose our First Amendment right to religious liberties. These precious rights are privileges, not mandates.

There is a frightening spin manifesting now in other countries that claim religious tolerance. Religious tolerance for them is not like America’s religious tolerance. Their tolerance is in name only. What they practice is tolerance for one-state religion. All other religions must comply withrepparttar 132232 state-preferred religion or suffer persecution. This is scary because it could happen in America if we don’t support our religious rights. If we don’t use our right to worship we will lose our right to worship.

Cal Thomas, a leading American columnist, writes articles worth reading. I read one of his articlesrepparttar 132233 other day that statedrepparttar 132234 following information. The Institute for Religion and Democracy (IRD) in Washington says Sharia law discriminates against women and Iraq’s small (estimated at 2 percent) Christian population. In a statement, IRD says that if a Christian man converts to Islam, he could divorce his Christian wife and she might lose custody of her children, who would be officially decreed Muslim. Anyone converting to another faith from Islam is considered an apostate and, under some circumstances and interpretations ofrepparttar 132235 Koran, could be executed.

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