Reviving Hell, Reclaiming Heaven

It is not enough for abortion advocates to have been given some kind of right to snuff out the lives of pre-born humans. They want to silence those who oppose abortion, thus the buffer zones around abortion clinics. They also want everyone in healthcare to facilitate their practice and even...

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Soviet-era Compromise is Back

​​​​She sat in her classroom and listened with growing unease as the teacher spoke of the new plan the Soviet government had for schools. Among other education reforms was the mandate for the teaching that there is no God. It was part of Stalin’s first five-year plan, adopted in 1928....

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Cure for Tormented Souls

She had been a model saint for years, praying, faithful, living a holy lifestyle.  Yet in her last months of life she began to be fearful.  Had she done enough?  Was she really holy enough?  Had her commitment to Jesus really been total?  Instead of facing death with calm assurance,...

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Why Donald Trump Cannot Save America

There is part of me that at this time in what has been called the land of the perpetual campaign is rooting for the outsiders. Actually, the most popular of these outsiders is not my candidate of choice, but I still applaud when any candidate wants to stick it to...

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Don’t Mess With the Gospel

He was an encourager.  He was quick to talk of the good news.  He helped people along the way.  He urged people to continue to believe, even when they were discouraged.  He loved people like a father loves his children.  He prayed for the welfare of people and encouraged others...

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Wobbly Churches

What’s up with preachers and churches going all wobbly on things that the Bible has been straightforward on since it was written?  It seems like a weekly occurrence that we hear how “another one bites the dust” and opens the door for the abominable to be considered acceptable in church...

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Who Crosses the Line of No Forgiveness?

A certain amount believers sometime in their Christian walk enter what has been called the “wilderness state” where they seem to have lost all connection with God. Their hearts are heavy. They wonder if God has truly abandoned them. They have trouble believing God’s promises apply to them. At a...

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is it a time for anger

Is it a Time for Anger?

One of the many prospective presidential candidates recently made the statement that he is not an “angry conservative,” implying that it is better to keep a happy face than to give in to emotions about current events and policies. That phrase, however, is reminiscent of the pejorative “angry white male”...

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