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Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord

When we are targeted by our enemies, it is part of our human nature to want to actively defend ourselves, whether it's shouting a person down, using violence to defend against their violence, or taking them to court. Sometimes those reactions are justifiable. Then there are times the Lord may want us to handle things… Continue reading Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord

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Atheists to Arkansas schools: use “In God We Trust”, we’ll sue

American Atheists, an organization started by the late Madalyn Murray O'Hair, has sent a letter to practically every school superintendent in Arkansas threatening to sue them if they abide by a new law signed by Governor Asa Hutchinson in April. The law, Arkansas Act 911, requires public schools, public libraries, and any other public building… Continue reading Atheists to Arkansas schools: use “In God We Trust”, we’ll sue

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Completely sanctified

God didn't give us our new nature so we would be spiritual or moral failures. As a matter of fact, if we are truly in Christ we can expect the Lord to completely sanctify us by the time we meet Christ face to face. This is what we can assuredly conclude from the following words… Continue reading Completely sanctified

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As ministers of Christ, we must be a pattern of good works

I have said this several times over the years in my posts, but it bears repeating. Everyone who believes in Jesus is a minister to some degree even if we have no degree from a university. Peter taught this in 1 Peter 4:10 which says, "As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same… Continue reading As ministers of Christ, we must be a pattern of good works

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Answers in Genesis news for week of 9/11/17

Ken Ham, Dr. Georgia Purdom, and Bodie Hodge cover some controversial cultural topics from a Biblical viewpoint. Topics include college students' unreasonable demands on university administrators, space frequencies, Planned Parenthood's take on DACA, and more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXysWfEcSwk

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Sweden continues pioneering human microchip for future mark of the beast

Sweden as a nation seems to have an appetite for destruction under the guise that they are progressively evolving and advancing. One sign of that mentality is the acceptance of less than savory migrants who continue to rape while Swedish leaders continue to welcome them in with little or no vetting. The other sign is… Continue reading Sweden continues pioneering human microchip for future mark of the beast

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Christian rapper Andy Mineo: “We should love & accept LGBTQ Christians”

"Christian" rapper Andy Mineo and his mentor "Christian" rapper LeCrae recently had an encounter with a man in the process of outwardly pretending to be a woman--what the world calls a transgender. They saved the guy from suicide in New York City. So Mineo has now used that experience of justifiably and heroically saving someone's… Continue reading Christian rapper Andy Mineo: “We should love & accept LGBTQ Christians”

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Scientific explanation for intense chain of hurricanes

What's really behind the intense hurricane season of late that unleashed Harvey and Irma with other storms on their heels? Is it globalist geoengineering? Global warming/climate change? God's judgment? A combination of all of them? These storms have not only affected the Atlantic, but South Asia has been also hit with record monsoons just days… Continue reading Scientific explanation for intense chain of hurricanes

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Our steadfast faith helps comfort troubled believers

We may often take our Christian duties for granted, but remaining faithful to the Lord can end up being an unforeseen spiritual boost for a brother or sister in Christ who is going through a hardship in their lives. This is what Paul expressed to the Thessalonians when he wrote to them as he was… Continue reading Our steadfast faith helps comfort troubled believers