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Anointed to be God’s sacred place

Both as individuals and as a group, we saints of God are God's temple--his sacred place. That's something we should remind ourselves of regularly and should be so proud of that we boast in the Lord about to others when the opportunity presents itself. Paul reminded the Corinthians of just how important we are as… Continue reading Anointed to be God’s sacred place

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Christianity · church · End times · faith · wisdom

More churches build a wall of security

The book of Nehemiah is an energetic, attention-grabbing story of how the people of God banded together in the midst of stiff opposition and violent rhetoric from enemies who lived in close proximity to them with some of their enemies being involved in government. As the godly Jews were rebuilding Jerusalem's wall as a testimony… Continue reading More churches build a wall of security

Christianity · church · faith · God · hypocrisy

Moving from compromise to repentance and restoration

It's such a blessing to me when I see people who call themselves Christians actually live it out despite their flaws. I also feel disappointed and somewhat amused when I see those who claim to be Christian (mostly in liberal congregations) who criticize the Jews for not living up to what God chose them to… Continue reading Moving from compromise to repentance and restoration

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Against all odds, Israel prospers

Israel is on a lot of people's hate lists these days. Nevertheless, despite the rise in anti-Israel/anti-Jewish incidents, despite the liberal/socialist agenda of the BDS movement against Israel, despite the anti-Israel globalist agenda, despite internal wars within the Israeli government, Israel continues to prosper. In the face of all odds against them, the Israeli economy… Continue reading Against all odds, Israel prospers

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A pure and holy fire burning continually

In the minutest details of the tabernacle of the Old Testament, Jehovah gave spiritual revelations about himself and about his church that foretold of the nature of the New Testament. The opening verses of Leviticus 24 present God's intended nature of the church symbolized in the physical lamps and the golden candlestick with seven branches… Continue reading A pure and holy fire burning continually

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Our lives have both an earthly & heavenly impact

In Ephesians 3:1-13, Paul has profound words from the Lord revealing to him the universal importance of his particular ministry. Paul also proceeds to explain how his ministry was just one small part of God's overall purpose for his church and how each one of us shares in a vast sphere of influence of not… Continue reading Our lives have both an earthly & heavenly impact

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Chinese shun Catholicism for “Protestantism”

Jesuits have been closely watching a new noticeable trend throughout China--the Roman Catholic Church is losing ground in winning converts and keeping members due to evangelism of evangelicals. It's happening for several reasons. One of the main problems the Chinese have with the RCC is its hierarchy. Dealing with the RCC where power is centralized… Continue reading Chinese shun Catholicism for “Protestantism”

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Defamation from our enemies will bring them shame

Defaming the true saints of God has always been en vogue by the world. Whether that defamation comes in the form of bearing false witness against us, slander, or libel, wherever we turn these days, it is becoming more common and acceptable to knowingly lie and spread lies about God, the Bible, and his people.… Continue reading Defamation from our enemies will bring them shame

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Todd Friel, host of Wretched: how saints should respond to post-Christian America

Todd Friel gives an 11-minute talk on his radio show in light of recent massacres and how we should respond. Hint: it has something to do with preaching the gospel even more while we go all out to protect our women and children.  And he said unto them, When I sent you without purse, and… Continue reading Todd Friel, host of Wretched: how saints should respond to post-Christian America

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Neither repented they of their sorceries

Just as Revelation 9:21 predicts that witchcraft and occultic practices (sorceries) would be popular during the Great Tribulation, a recent study has shown that millennials are increasingly embracing the dark arts as we approach the last of the last days. According to journalist Kari Paul's recent MarketWatch article, she explores "Why millennials are ditching religion… Continue reading Neither repented they of their sorceries