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Established and strengthened by Jehovah

And he set up the pillars in the porch of the temple: and he set up the right pillar, and called the name thereof Jachin: and he set up the left pillar, and called the name thereof Boaz. 1 Kings 7:21 Solomon's temple in the Old Testament was a physical place of worship, but the… Continue reading Established and strengthened by Jehovah

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Satan declares war but he’ll be under our feet shortly

If you look through history, you will discover that whenever Christians were persecuted, the kings, rulers, leaders, and other prominent figures who sanctioned persecution often died untimely, troublesome deaths. We as Christians are warned in the New Testament that we will suffer for being followers of the Lord Jesus (Luke 6:22, John 15:18, 2 Timothy… Continue reading Satan declares war but he’ll be under our feet shortly

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Paralyzed man miraculously walks again & other miracles

20-year-old college student Joel Haler of Indiana woke up one night in October 2013 in his dorm room at Hope College and noticed he couldn't move anything from his waist down. He called his father and told him what was going on and asked his dad to pick him up and take him home. After… Continue reading Paralyzed man miraculously walks again & other miracles

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The world needs the God of judgment

As I've stated before, if it weren't for God establishing in every person's heart a sense of right and wrong there would be no morality in the earth. In order for humankind to have this sense of good vs. bad and right vs. wrong, universal standards had to be set by someone higher and much… Continue reading The world needs the God of judgment

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Two teachers’ unions oppose bill to prevent teacher-student sex abuse

Responding to the ever-growing concern about teachers having sexual encounters with students in the past two decades and the Government Accountability Office's discovery that hundreds of sex offenders work in schools, the U.S. House of Representatives has crafted a bill calling for more intense background checks for teachers. You would think this would be a… Continue reading Two teachers’ unions oppose bill to prevent teacher-student sex abuse

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Alone, but not really (God’s loyalty is way better than man’s)

I'm sure all of us can attest to the fact that it's great to have friends, family, and brothers and sisters in Christ surrounding us and cheering us on in life. God created us with a desire to be part of a community and most of the time being part of a community works for… Continue reading Alone, but not really (God’s loyalty is way better than man’s)

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Hate 2 say I told u so: Operation Fast & Furious a drug cartel deal

In August 2011 as Operation Fast & Furious was unfolding, I wrote this post with my suspicions about what the supposed DEA operation was really about. Now part of my suspicions have been confirmed. The US government made dirty deals with the Sinaloa drug cartel and Fast & Furious was part of their agreement, according… Continue reading Hate 2 say I told u so: Operation Fast & Furious a drug cartel deal

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Should Christians ever retire from or quit ministry?

That is a question some of us believers face when things aren't working out the way we expected. This may especially be true in nations where life-threatening persecution arises to those who live out and share the gospel. It is only in recent years that Christians in North America, especially those who own businesses, have… Continue reading Should Christians ever retire from or quit ministry?

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Delusions of grandeur in the “war on poverty”

With the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson's "War on Poverty" this week, the news has been filled with the good, the bad, and the ugly on why it has or hasn't worked. It's a very noble idea to have the desire to see poverty ended altogether and to help the poor. After all,… Continue reading Delusions of grandeur in the “war on poverty”

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Hondurans become collateral damage of World Bank in the NWO

As we trudge toward the anti-Christian New World Order, we are often told by its policymakers that they desire a world where everyone is treated fairly, where the poor are given a chance to uplift themselves from poverty, where the rich and powerful aren't allowed to get away with their destructive behavior, and where world… Continue reading Hondurans become collateral damage of World Bank in the NWO