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Up2Date II (Perversion)

Look in the world today. The history of the world has never seen so many perverts as we got today. And my mail is filled with mothers, crying, from over here in California. Reading the newspaper, that perversion, why, it changed in California, I think, on around thirty percent, over the year before. Perversion, it’s everywhere, filth. Schools, religious schools, have to excommunicate people out of their schools, has a hard time picking out. Perverts, “changing the natural course,” just like it was in Sodom, we see it that way.

There’s never been a time, since Sodom, that homosexuals and perversion was on the march as it is now. You ought to go in my office and read the mail of mothers from California and around, about their boys’ living. Oh, it’s terrible! And I picked up a paper here, a couple years ago, flying over Los Angeles, and where it said that–that the great sin of Sodom was on such an increase there till it had increased twenty percent over the year before. And all out through, even to government officials, and it’s everywhere. Sin!
It’s because that women has made themselves so cheap. They have brought it upon themselves. And it’s–it’s a cheap affair. Used to be, you took off your hat, to a woman on the street. And now you’d do it, she’d laugh in your face. See? You–you… We’ve made ourself a bunch of corruption, so degrading ourselves.

Up2Date I (Economy)


This is a new section we recently had an idea for.

‘Up2Date’ will include quotes we hear of that are so up to date they seem as though they had to be spoken for our time.

I am including a few that I have heard recently (in regards to the economy) in this first post.

If you would like to share some of the ‘Up2Date’ quotes that you run across please e-mail them to and we will consider including them in future ‘Up2Date’ posts.

God bless you,

– Bro. Nathan Bryant

There’s no certainty in national security any more, because you can’t dig far enough under the earth to keep them from blowing you out. You can’t–there’s nothing to do. We’re just at the end of the road. And we take then and some of the other things there’s no certainty.
I was hearing on the newscast coming up here, that there’s more jobless people now than there was during the time of–of President Hoover’s depression time, more jobless people than there was during his administration and during the time of 1930, along in there. Many of us of that age, remembers it, when we’d eat little bit–bit of potatoes with little jackets on them and eat jacket and all, because just got them once in a while and have them breakfast, dinner, and supper–how hard it was. And now, because they can say that, there’s almost a third more people in the United States than there was then.

So there we have no–no sound of security in national defense. Our jobs, we have no security in our–our jobs. It’s all uncertain. Let a man pass about thirty-five years old, they’ll root you out. They’ll get a young man so they won’t have to retire you. And after you pass forty years old, you try to get a job even digging a ditch; you’ll have to have a high school diploma before you can do it. And they’ve got a little button they can press, and then take care of that anyhow. Your jobs–you ain’t got no security in your jobs. I don’t know how true this is, but I’ve been told that there’s more people out of work right now, than there was during the time of President Hoover’s depression, because there’s more people. What’s the matter? It’s just a place where there’s no certainty in these things. You’re not certain of your job. Somebody can take your place in the morning.