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The Gray Empire

1Kings 19:21 “And Elijah came to all the people, and said, “How long will you falter between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal, follow him.” But the people answered him not a word.” “Choose … Continue reading

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A Voice Crying in The Wilderness

***WARNING*** Some May Find This Post Disturbing, Please Use Discretion. The science cited in this post is not 100 percent, but it is very solid. Jesus spoke often about the future, warning His followers that being a sojourner behind enemy … Continue reading

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Sin Is Not A Verb

or Why I Support the Death Penalty I was recently schooled by a Catholic friend on the subject of the Pro-Life Movement. She insisted that Pro-Life included banning the death penalty. Her argument was, to be honest, very Pro-Life, along … Continue reading

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Our Suffering World

“Do you not comprehend that, as you stand on the earth, you are standing at the very conjunction of Heaven and Hell, the gate of which lies before you.” (B. James Wilson, from “Kingdom of Light”) Who among you, who … Continue reading

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The Time Has Come!

The time has come for the crumbling church to rise up and take back what has been lost, but so many who sit in the pews each Sunday are too sick to join the fight. I’m not talking about physical … Continue reading

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Changing Our Paradigm of Death

Some religions celebrate death, certainly Christianity is one that should. I know of a religious sect that mourns the birth of a child and celebrates the death of a member with feasting and great joy. As Christians, we could learn … Continue reading

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Over These Prison Walls

I feel like, and have felt for a long time, that the church has been imprisoned by its own walls. That through its history, the church has created a prison fortress that has defined it since the beginning of the … Continue reading

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This Valentine’s Day Beware a Cold Heart

I was saved in a Baptist church and blessed to find myself under the tutelage of one of the finest Bible scholars I have ever heard. In that atmosphere, as a young Christian, I was happy to accept whatever doctrine … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story

A Christmas Story Mary slipped into the small space between the neighbor’s house and the wooden slats of the fence that penned the goats. There was a recess there and a small depression in the ground where she could kneel, … Continue reading

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Tryin’ to Mak…

Tryin’ to Make it Real “What is truth?” John 18:38 Is the truth important today? Is the truth important when it comes to government, business, science, education, the press, morality, or history? Two thousand years ago Pontius Pilate stood before … Continue reading

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