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As I was driving home recently I noticed the law in my rear view mirror. I immediately glanced to see if I was travelling at the right speed. Thankfully, I was. The immediate presence of the law has the effect of us wanting to keep the law.

If, however, I had been speeding, the presence of the law behind me would have produced a concern about me being apprehended.

The United States has forsaken God's Law (the Ten Commandments), and that's why we have lawlessness everywhere: adultery, theft, murder, rape, fornication, greed, godlessness, corruption, idolatry, homosexuality, pornography, blasphemy, etc.

That's why we need a new wave of the bold preaching of the moral Law, from the pulpit to the streets. It will show sinners that they are in transgression, in great danger, and in need of the Savior. That's what you see happening in "Audacity": www.AudacityMovie.com



Ray Comfort, Ray Comfort's Facebook page 47 Comments [7/6/2015 3:17:05 AM]
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Mister Spak

Why don't you just hang banannas everywhere to frighten them into obedience.

7/6/2015 3:39:33 AM

Paler_Face

The United States has forsaken God's Law (the Ten Commandments), and that's why we have lawlessness everywhere

We do?

adultery

Is frowned upon, if not illegal.

theft

Is illegal.

murder

Also illegal.

rape

Oh my, is this ever illegal indeed.

fornication

You already mentioned adultery.

greed

Is not illegal, and is, in fact, the basis of our economic system.

godlessness

Is not illegal. Thank goodness for religious freedom.

corruption

That's called "lobbying", though I do believe that should be illegal.

idolatry

YAY, religious freedom again. Worship whatever you want, just don't tell me to take that shit seriously.

homosexuality

Is not illegal, and, in fact, gay people can now get married. I for one welcome the United States to the 21st century.

pornography

"The internet is for porn"

blasphemy

YAAAY Religious freedom. You are free to worship your ancient goat-herder's god, and I claim the freedom to find that laughable and objectionable.

7/6/2015 3:48:37 AM

LDM

He's probably checking for a banana in your tailpipe, Ray.

7/6/2015 3:59:21 AM

Hazelnut

Isn't phoning or photographing while at the wheel driving without due care and attention?

Shouldn't he be nicked for this?

7/6/2015 4:12:59 AM

Mithras

"The immediate presence of the law has the effect of us wanting to keep the law. "

More like "if the police is there, I better stick to the rules to avoid a ticket."

7/6/2015 4:33:42 AM

Hasan Prishtina

On the other hand, you took a photograph while driving; that's illegal in your state, Ray. Perhaps you don't pay enough attention to the law.

7/6/2015 4:43:33 AM

Jason_the_Cripple

You know Ray, violent crime has gone down in the last couple decades. So maybe abandoning your outdated "moral" system was a good thing.

7/6/2015 4:47:10 AM

Norman

Another 30 minute 'movie' consisting of asking stupid questions to random schmucks will be thrust upon the world soon. Prepare your braincells.

7/6/2015 4:50:06 AM

Basiorana

Paler_Face:

Adultery is being married and having sex with someone who is not your spouse, or not being married and having sex with a married person.

Fornication is being unmarried and having sex with another unmarried person.

So-- Adultery is frowned upon with economic and social penalties (divorce etc), and fornication is legal and totally cool, as long as all are consenting and you wear protection :)

7/6/2015 4:50:14 AM

Malingspann

"If, however, I had been speeding, the presence of the law behind me would have produced a concern about me being apprehended.

The United States has forsaken God's Law (the Ten Commandments)"

Important difference: unlike the police, noone has ever seen God in their rear view mirror!

7/6/2015 5:01:32 AM

creativerealms

The united states was never based on God's laws and our country is better for it.

7/6/2015 5:19:58 AM

Doubting Thomas

If, however, I had been speeding, the presence of the law behind me would have produced a concern about me being apprehended.

Why would you be apprehended? Most of us just either get a ticket or warning and then go on our way. Apprehended (arrested) means that you're wanted for something or have committed an arrestable crime, like smuggling bananas.

The United States has forsaken God's Law (the Ten Commandments), and that's why we have lawlessness everywhere

If I see God in my rear view mirror, then I'll be worried.

BTW, don't rear-end that bus!

7/6/2015 5:32:49 AM

SpukiKitty

Does Banana Guy expect us to see a glowing bearded-guy super-being in our rear-view mirrors?

Would the Indian equivalent involve a really hot young blue-skinned guy with a flute, a grayish hot guy with ashes & tiger-skin or a gorgeous warrior maiden in a red sari riding a tiger?

Would I see a pretty silvery lady & her hunky golden horned guy-partner?


Banana Guy still takes his analogies PAST-FAIL!

You can see a cop car....You can't see a Divine Being.

Banana Guy probably sees Tomato Boy in the secret Banana Cave for secret...naughty stuff.


@Norman
I'd love to see the outtakes for all those films. They probably involve Banana Guy getting kicked in the bananas.

7/6/2015 5:39:58 AM

Dyz

"That's why we need a new wave of the bold preaching of the moral Law, from the pulpit to the streets. It will show sinners that they are in transgression, in great danger, and in need of the Savior."

You will first need to convince them that your god exists. Good luck with that.

7/6/2015 6:08:54 AM



A law abiding person would not have worried about a cop behind him. You checked to see if you were speeding ? shame, you are supposed to know how fast you are going.

7/6/2015 7:15:31 AM

Goomy pls

I can't be arsed to look. Is this another shameless self-promotion?

7/6/2015 7:17:50 AM



So, you want others to uphold the law you are not meant to obey. Pay the ticlet

7/6/2015 7:21:45 AM

Thinking Allowed

If, however, I had been speeding, the presence of the law behind me would have produced a concern about me being apprehended.

For speeding? Really Ray?

Unless you have a warrant out for your arrest for let's say...murder, the worse you'd get is a ticket.

7/6/2015 7:26:18 AM

Nemo

Ray here confuses respect for thhe law with cold blooded opportunistic pretending to care. Probably on purpose.

7/6/2015 7:30:13 AM

Kanna

Speed laws are enforced. Religion, however, is always optional.

7/6/2015 8:04:23 AM

Dr. Razark

"The United States has forsaken God's Law (the Ten Commandments), and that's why we have lawlessness everywhere: adultery, theft, murder, rape, fornication, greed, godlessness, corruption, idolatry, homosexuality, pornography, blasphemy, etc."

Rape, fornication, corruption, homosexuality, and pornography aren't mentioned in the Ten Commandments.

Now, if you're going for the entire Law, and not just he Ten, then don't forget the abominations of shrimp, crop rotation, blended fibers, unruly children, refusing to impregnate your brother's widow, and trimming your beard.

But slavery is totally cool in the rules.


Oh, if you're being followed by a cop and are worried about it, you probably shouldn't be playing with your camera.

7/6/2015 8:10:03 AM



So you admit that you only follow rules for fear of punishment.

7/6/2015 8:46:01 AM

nazani14

You see, the big difference between the police and God's laws, is that God never stops a crime because he doesn't exist.

7/6/2015 8:51:07 AM



"If, however, I had been speeding, the presence of the law behind me would have produced a concern about me being apprehended. "

Are you certain it wouldn't have produced a concern about the banana squirting in your face?

"Now if you go to the top of the banana, you'll find, as with the soda can makers have placed a tab at the top, so God has placed a tab at the top. When you pull the tab, the contents don't squirt in your face."

7/6/2015 10:10:30 AM

Alencon

Go back to fucking New Zealand and preach to the Hobbits.

7/6/2015 10:13:41 AM

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