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Where Reverence Meets Perfection

Where Reverence Meets Perfection

Arlington is the place where men and women in the hundreds of thousands, who have made the ultimate sacrifice for you and me, have been laid to rest. It is also a place of remembrance of the price paid for the freedoms for every American. It is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most honorable place to be buried, and the most sobering. It is the most hallowed of ground.

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Covetousness as Idolatry

Covetousness as Idolatry

Consider the multi-billion dollar industry of Madison Avenue. It is devoted to manipulating people to desire things they probably cannot afford, so that they buy things they do not need to impress people they don’t even care about. How do we oppose this lure of covetousness in our own heart, how do we oppose the politics of covetousness in our culture?

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Biblical illustration of Book of Revelation Chapter 21 (Source: Jim Padgett, courtesy of Sweet Publishing, Ft. Worth, TX, and Gospel Light, Ventura, CA)

When the Political Door Closes and the Prophetic Door Opens

Most of the trouble in our world takes place either when civil and ecclesiastical powers marry or merge, or when civil power takes it upon itself to completely stop religion. Not all religion is legitimately pointing to the Creator God, so it goes without saying that this statement does not include all religions in the most general sense of the word, but only those ordained by the Creator of mankind.

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Photo credit: Damon J. Moritz

The First One to Thirty Wins

Whatever happened to the fighting spirit inside the Christian man? They killed the will. Somewhere along the way the enemy killed the will. Passive, sit on your butt, whiney Christianity has turned the average American male into a compliant pile of play dough.

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Couple Freed from Homosexual, Eating Issues

Couple Freed from Homosexual, Eating Issues

John and Donna Lawlor struggled with issues of homosexuality in their marriage, but ultimately found healing, restoration and forgiveness. Now, they are working to help others overcome similar issues, including sharing their story with those who are hearing impaired.

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The Roman Centurion: ‘I Am Not Worthy’

The Roman Centurion: ‘I Am Not Worthy’

All true rights and liberties are bestowed via a restoration only made possible by the greatest act of love in the history of mankind. To know and experience the saving grace of God is to be free from the bondage of sin. This is the divine justice, deliverance, and transcendence that surpasses all of mankind’s feeble and futile attempts toward utopia.

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Israel’s Greatest Need

Israel’s Greatest Need

As Israel – at this moment – faces great hostility and worldly hatred, there is One who truly knows their greatest need. Sadly today the sons of Abraham are oblivious to the promises made to Abraham and the world by Almighty G-d about the very One who would come in his line, his seed (single)? G-d’s promise to the whole world is found in Abraham , “In your seed shall ALL nations be blessed”

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Light One Candle

Light One Candle

The professional politicians, their casino capitalist cronies and the media/academic alliance that justifies and promotes their seizure of power have triumphed. The America we have known, the one we grew up in has been replaced by Saul Alinsky’s America and no matter how many times we click our heels and say, “I want to go home,” you just can’t get there from here.

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Pop Culture or Prophecy? – There is no Contest

Pop Culture or Prophecy? – There is no Contest

This generation, more than any in history has come to believe that a popular movement, notion or practice is given credence and substance by the sheer number of people that have chosen to accept it, adhere to it, or adopt it as their own.

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Preaching to The Choir That Just Does Not Sing!

Preaching to The Choir That Just Does Not Sing!

By the looks of the church leaders in America today, one can only see why the enemy has become so emboldened. To tell these church leaders, to lay the axe to the root of the tree would be the unthinkable due to the fact that they are a bunch of spiritual weaklings. They would simply reply that the axe is too heavy.

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