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Steve Neild grabbing the arm of Cara Gosselin, during the plane trip to Utah, episode. Cara is trying to walk up to her Mom, and complain about sitting with her sister Mady.

 Why would a security man, hired by the producers of this show, grab the arm of a child, he is hired to protect, in an effort to stop her from speaking to her mother? How is this a duty of a security guard, especially when there are two parents and 3 babysitters around? Doesn’t this show a level of intimacy with the family that is inappropriate for his position? Cara seems to think so, as she jerks away from him. Yet her parents said nothing to the man.

This was captured from a “youtube” video of the episode. It happens so quickly, but one can see on a TiVo’d episode, how Mr. Neild grabbed Cara, and she jerked her arm out of his grip. How many of us would allow an employee to manhandle our children in this manner?

Why does Mr. Neild never protect Jon, when he is with the kids, or travels for business? Why is he seen carrying his client’s personal belongings, even her purse!?

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 How could he stop a gunman, when his hands are full with Kate’s stuff?

 

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Why is he seen wearing sandals, and carrying toys?

 How could he possibly chase and wrestle down a suspect in those shoes?  How can he be alert and observant while watching the kids and picking up their toys?

Mr. Neild is paid over a thousand dollars a day to ‘protect’ this family.  He looks much more like a boyfriend, albeit a paid boyfriend, than a bodyguard. Maybe that is his undercover identity?

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Here is another thing you do. You cover the Lord’s altar with tears, weeping and groaning because he pays no attention to your offerings and doesn’t accept them with pleasure. You cry out, “Why doesn’t the Lord accept my worship?” I’ll tell you why! Because the Lord witnessed the vows you and your wife made when you were young. But you have been unfaithful to her, though she remained your faithful partner, the wife of your marriage vows.  

Didn’t the Lord make you one with your wife? In body and spirit you are his. And what does he want? Godly children from your union. So guard your heart; remain loyal to the wife of your youth.  “For I hate divorce!” says the Lord, the God of Israel. “To divorce your wife is to overwhelm her with cruelty,” says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies. “So guard your heart; do not be unfaithful to your wife.”

  You have wearied the Lord with your words.

   “How have we wearied him?” you ask.

   You have wearied him by saying that all who do evil are good in the Lord’s sight, and he is pleased with them. You have wearied him by asking, “Where is the God of justice?”–Malachi 2:13-17

A person who will not change their actions nor their opinions, even when circumstances prove them wrong; a person who hangs on to their own ideas despite being confronted with the truth in the Word of God–that person has made their own opinions their “idol”.  Their “feelings” are their God.

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