• Welcome to the Two Wheeled Texans community! Feel free to hang out and lurk as long as you like. However, we would like to encourage you to register so that you can join the community and use the numerous features on the site. After registering, don't forget to post up an introduction!

Has Scott lost his mind?

h2000fb

Forum Supporter
Joined
Nov 21, 2006
Messages
2,426
Reaction score
44
Location
Crawford, TX
First Name
Tom
Last Name
Ramsey
Just something I heard the other day....

"The Church is not a country club for saints, but a hospital for sinners." Well put I thought.

Update on my son from the earlier post in the thread. He is still off meds, not varying from his diet, and is still doing well. The colitis is still present and rears its ugly head if he varies from the very strict all natural diet he is on, but we are all very grateful and give thanks daily!
 
Last edited:
Joined
Jan 29, 2008
Messages
29
Reaction score
1
Location
Montgomery,Tx.
Scott,
Thank you so much for taking a stand for God. With out God none of us could have or enjoy all he has bless us with. Again I thank you for you post and love this web site. May God bless us all.

Terry
 
Joined
Jan 16, 2007
Messages
52
Reaction score
0
Location
Dallas, Texas
Thank you Scott. God has blessed each and every day of my life. I have some new great prayers to say prior to riding now - thanks to this forum. I forwarded some to my son - and his response was "well part of my prayer is that I hope my little bike can make it out of a sticky situation."...I really pray for him on his clunker bike....He's saving for a new one. This forum is a blessing to me!

God bless you all!
Terri in Dallas
 
Joined
Nov 25, 2006
Messages
611
Reaction score
47
Location
Buda,Tx.
First Name
Tom
Last Name
Grant
Scott good job on the site and adding this forum is a great idea. It doesn't really answer the question," Has Scott lost his mind?".
I asked that same question of myself once. All my friends formed a search party to look for it. They haven't returned yet.
TexTom
 
Joined
Aug 29, 2008
Messages
26
Reaction score
0
Location
Sulphur Springs
Scott,

Thank you for this forum and for the site overall.

I am a Baptist minister and was thankfull when a friend directed me to this site.

It is a blessing to me to see a forum where people who enjoy bikes can get together and share their experiences.

Bro. Ron
 
Joined
Jun 21, 2011
Messages
15
Reaction score
0
Location
Winchester, VA
God bless you abundantly Scott for your open defense of faith in Him... We have a daughter who has battled various forms of cancer for almost a decade. I am firmly convinced that she continues to live by the grace of God and prayer by people like yourself...

Thanks for this forum... in the midst of all the chaos in life.

-John
 
Joined
Nov 12, 2013
Messages
9
Reaction score
0
Location
San Antonio, Texas
Scott, first I want to say thank you. Second, I want to say that in this day and age, it's great to see another Christian who loves God and motorcycles. God bless you. I would like to pray for you and all the Two Wheeled Texans. Thank you.

Sent from my SPH-L710 using Tapatalk
 

need2tour

Forum Supporter
Joined
Dec 26, 2013
Messages
367
Reaction score
15
Location
San Marcos, Tx
First Name
Billy
Last Name
Oxley
Howdy,

:tab I realize that some people may wonder why I would put a forum section on the website where people can make prayer requests. I realize that there are many people out there that cannot fathom how anyone could believe in something so silly as God or Jesus, especially in our day and age of brilliant technology and science. Nonetheless, there are a great number of us that believe God to be real, that he does listen, that we should pray for one another, and support one another. To that end, I have decided to place this forum here where people can let us know if there is anyone in their life that may need such prayer.

:tab Let me be very blunt for a moment. This forum is NOT the place to start debates about whether God is real, God vs. Science, or Christianity vs. any other religion, etc,... I will not hesitate to delete every single post that treads along those lines. If you are a Buddhist, Muslim, Athiest, whatever, you should feel free to post here about someone that you think the rest of us should be keeping in our daily thoughts and prayers. I expect people to treat posting here as something to be done seriously and with respect. Therefore, consider this fair warning. ;-)

Adios,
And, I might add, with the utmost reverence.
This isn't the first time I have read what Scott posted here, but reading it again today, and me being farther along on my faith journey, it struck my heart in a way that it never did before. I trust and pray it will all others as well. Blessings.
 

Lucydad

Forum Supporter
Joined
Mar 18, 2013
Messages
1,256
Reaction score
346
Location
Sugar Land, TX
I, for one, am grateful for any prayer focus. Life can be full of rude awakenings. Faith is a very personal matter to me.
 
Top