There are a multitude of distractions that abound in our day, but the greatest evil proceeds to maintain control, manipulating the godless masses as they contemplate their next move. In many ways, our own government has been highly complicit in providing cover and support to these demonic powers. God is their rival and ultimately their enemy, and we are unwittingly bankrolling their cause.Read more ›
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I watched the tail end of the vice presidential debates last week and was interested in the question about how the candidates handled the issue of their religious beliefs when it came to public policy, when that policy was against what they believed. The moderator asked, “Can you discuss in detail a time when you struggled to balance your personal faith and a public policy position?Read more ›
Outside of the fact the federal government is illegally and intentionally indoctrinating American students in public schools through International Baccalaureate, No Child Left Behind, and now Common Core, you have to ask the question, “Why are 86% of them that complain about what is going on dropping their kids off at the school gate?”Read more ›
The weakness of pure democracy is seen when the majority is wrong or unwise. Why do lemmings run off cliffs to their deaths? I imagine if they could think and speak they would tell you they are convinced it is for the greater good, after all, everyone’s doing it. This is the mentality of most popular public opinions.Read more ›
Atheists and secularists would have us believe that good and evil are merely a matter of preference, practicality and popularity. But beyond the fact that most people fail completely to see that such a system may but THEM in the crosshairs of someone else someday, it just doesn’t pass the test of logic and reason.Read more ›
The die was cast before time began. Every Christian, Jew, atheist and pagan, to include each and every Muslim on earth – or, like Muhammad, who once walked the earth – will, in the end, bow a knee in worship to Jesus.Read more ›