government · law · politics

Green Party chokes on recount bid in Pennsylvania

As of Saturday, December 3, the Green Party has dropped legal proceedings seeking a statewide recount in Pennsylvania. Having no evidence of any foul play, the party with Jill Stein taking the lead wanted to explore with a recount to see if any votes had not been counted properly. They choked when a judge ordered… Continue reading Green Party chokes on recount bid in Pennsylvania

Christianity · encouragement · End times · faith · law · life · persecution · philosophy · religion · spiritual gifts

The prophet who just wouldn’t shut up and do as he was told

To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: … a time to keep silence, and a time to speak… Ecclesiastes 3:1, 7b Peacemakers. That is what all believers in Christ are called to be. Paul even told us in Romans 12:18 that if at all possible to… Continue reading The prophet who just wouldn’t shut up and do as he was told

Christianity · faith · religion · spiritual gifts · spiritual strength

Chosen in Christ to wear new clothes and drink the new wine

Something that believers in Christ should be aware of is the fact that when you are living for the Lord, people will not always understand you–even if they are Christians. All too often misunderstandings come when the Lord wants us to move in a different direction or use a different method for his timeless message… Continue reading Chosen in Christ to wear new clothes and drink the new wine

humanity · Mormons · philosophy · religion · science

Researchers find spiritual experiences energize brain’s reward regions

University of Utah researchers have found that the parts of the human brain that release feelings of euphoria are energized when we have religious experiences like attending a worship service or reading scripture. They claim their research shows that they are the same parts of the brain that are stimulated by drug highs, music, gambling, sex, and… Continue reading Researchers find spiritual experiences energize brain’s reward regions

Bible · faith · God · government · human rights · law · philosophy · politics · religion

When God dethrones the throne of iniquity

God may allow governments to be in power to punish the wicked and protect its citizens (Romans 13). But he also reserves the right to overthrow them should they repeatedly refuse his wishes and he allows people the free will to choose their leaders (1 Samuel 8). Although many around the world have claimed they… Continue reading When God dethrones the throne of iniquity

crime · government · illegal immigrants · law · philosophy · politics

MSM wants us to believe Trump is wrong on illegals voting

Is anyone actually still listening to the mainstream media (MSM) any more? You know, the ones who told us Hillary would win. The ones who told us she was constantly up in the polls. The ones who deny that terrorism is a Muslim problem. The ones who give us fake news, then falsely accuse others, like… Continue reading MSM wants us to believe Trump is wrong on illegals voting

children · Christianity · drugs · End times · family · government · law · politics · religion

Canadian pediatricians concerned marijuana legalization will harm kids

In 2010, the World Health Organization did a study where they discovered that 30% of Canadian kids had tried marijuana before they were 15. It was the highest rate among kids in all of North America and Europe. Canada is now on the cusp of legalizing the recreational use of cannabis nationally. That has pediatricians… Continue reading Canadian pediatricians concerned marijuana legalization will harm kids