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Tolerance, socialism, psychology, & a world without the KJV: the NWO’s vision

During the throes of World War II, Luciferian Freemason Manly P. Hall was ecstatic over the prospect of building a New World Order (NWO) from the ashes. As a member of various secret societies manipulating (at the Vatican's behest) various occurrences on the world stage, Manly P. Hall acted as a messenger and herald for… Continue reading Tolerance, socialism, psychology, & a world without the KJV: the NWO’s vision

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It pays to know your place in God’s scheme of things

God loves us so much he sets boundaries for each of us to operate in since he knows what we can or cannot handle. If we stay in fellowship with the Holy Spirit, we will have a pretty good idea of how to stay within our boundaries so as not to place ourselves and others in difficult… Continue reading It pays to know your place in God’s scheme of things

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Author shocked to find US spent millions on psychic programs for decades

"Like so many Department of Defense programs, it all leads back to the Nazis." So says 2016 Pulitzer Prize history finalist author Annie Jacobsen in an interview to promote her new book "Phenomena" on the Saturday edition of CBS This Morning. The program she was referring to that was a Nazi creation is the Department… Continue reading Author shocked to find US spent millions on psychic programs for decades

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Dutch doctors oppose assisted suicide for the healthy who are tired of living

The Dutch Doctors Federation, an organization of 59,000 physicians and medical students, has expressed their opposition to a proposed law that would allow the elderly who aren't at death's door to get doctor-assisted suicide simply because they feel there's nothing left for them to accomplish in life. The health and justice ministers who submitted the… Continue reading Dutch doctors oppose assisted suicide for the healthy who are tired of living

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Loving God more than family

Believers who have the Christian encouragement of Christian family members are truly blessed to have that. If they have godly wisdom, they can provide godly counsel when we need it. It's also a blessing when one has a church congregation that provides that also. However, we are living in times when more and more people… Continue reading Loving God more than family

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Why government should never become god: WikiLeaks Vault 7

For years, socialist activists in their various forms--from secular university professors to Occupy Wall Street to Democrats to the New Atheist movement to gay rights activists to sharia-minded Islamists--have been pushing for governments in the Western Hemisphere to exercise more control over the lives of citizens with Big Government initiatives and policies. Several years ago,… Continue reading Why government should never become god: WikiLeaks Vault 7

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Some basic principles of a Christian harvest

The Lord Jesus never passed on an opportunity to take advantage of a teachable moment. In John 4, as the Samaritan woman at the well was returning with the men of her town to meet Jesus, the Lord took a quick moment to teach his disciples a few principles on how God's kingdom works when a harvest… Continue reading Some basic principles of a Christian harvest

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Texas Board of Education votes to keep curriculum questioning evolution

In a vote that has liberals up in arms, the Texas Board of Education made up of 10 Republicans and 5 Democrats has voted to keep a high school biology curriculum that allows the questioning of the theory of evolution.The vote taken on Wednesday, February 1, is on a preliminary curriculum so a final vote… Continue reading Texas Board of Education votes to keep curriculum questioning evolution

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NAACP hates Senator Sessions for telling truth about their origins

The NAACP is calling on Democrats to join them in an all-out war to stop US Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) from being the next US Attorney General, as selected by President-elect Donald Trump. Even though the senator fought to desegregate Alabama as a US attorney and also got the death penalty for a KKK member… Continue reading NAACP hates Senator Sessions for telling truth about their origins

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‘Graphic crucifixion scenes may not be good for your mental health,’ warns university

Over concerns that depictions of Christ's violent trial and crucifixion might send their theology students into a mental breakdown, the University of Glasgow (Scotland) is issuing warnings to Bible students to beware of such images should they take a course entitled "Creation to Apocalypse: Introduction to the Bible (Level 1)." University staff feel it's necessary… Continue reading ‘Graphic crucifixion scenes may not be good for your mental health,’ warns university