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What May Be on the Political Horizon, Part 2?

I’ve listened to people who call themselves Christian and Republican who only spout Democrat/Leftist talking points. Why? Because they listen to CNN or some other mainstream media program where the anchors are simply propagandists, vomiting the Left’s talking points night after night, day after day. Yet, these Christian/Republicans believe they are well informed. They’re not because they have failed to do the research on their own and simply believe what they like to hear.

Continue Reading April 24, 2019 at 12:16 PM 2 comments

What May Be on the Political Horizon, Part 1?

But it is also very important to understand that in spite of what might be coming, it is clear that the entire Leftist machine will not be held in check. There are way too many things happening in society for that to occur. The political machine of the Left is not merely seeking to oust President Trump. They are busy undermining society’s traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs and their approach is multi-faceted and omni-directional. What President Trump is fighting against is merely a sliver of the whole political pie.

Continue Reading April 22, 2019 at 4:02 PM 3 comments

Evil Ahab

Ahab experiences numerous issues with Elijah, with likely the biggest one being Mt. Carmel where Elijah took on the 850 prophets of Baal and where God was victorious. In their defeat, Elijah slaughtered all of the prophets right then and there. Jezebel hears of it and swears revenge on them by promising to kill Elijah, who runs in fear. Ultimately, Jezebel is eventually killed but not before she helps Ahab get what he wanted.

Continue Reading April 15, 2019 at 12:57 PM

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 8

Folks, I don’t know about you, but the Christian’s character is determined not by how he/she dresses when attending church or even how he/she carries themselves while at church or other religious gatherings and activities, though that is often a reflection of how we view these things. The Christian’s mettle is seen in how we react to situations (both inside and outside), that come into our lives that are not at all palatable or pleasant and if we had our druthers, we would push them away without question. This really is where the rubber meets the road for the Christian because it is the practical experience of our lives daily. It is where our theology and beliefs are tried and either found wanting or confirmed. 

Continue Reading March 27, 2019 at 4:10 PM

Everyone Doing What is Good in Their Own Eyes

It is going to get really difficult for Christians as things progress toward the end. It’s just the way it is as revealed in Scripture. Christians are going to once again be the scapegoat for everything the world doesn’t like and they will not hesitate to take it out on us. What’s our recourse? Get and stay close to God! Read His Word daily. Commune with Him often. Seek to live as He would like us to live.The road ahead looks very bleak, at least for a while, until the Lord Himself returns. I believe we can have peace in the midst of the trials headed our way, but that peace will not happen accidentally. It will happen as we do what we need to do to draw and remain close to God our Father.

Continue Reading March 21, 2019 at 3:16 PM

Changes to Our Page on Sermon Audio

I’m not sure why Apple has made this move but since Tim Cook is a serious Leftist, it likely has to do with control and money. If I have an app developed for my page on Sermon Audio, I’d have to have my own developer account, create the app and then submit it. I don’t have the time or know-how, nor do I want to spend more money on creating two new apps.

Continue Reading March 7, 2019 at 12:16 PM

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 6

Joseph was actually being far more gracious than his brothers had been toward him. He was giving them a way to prove their integrity and character whereas with Joseph, the brothers gave him no chance in spite of the fear Joseph may have exhibited to them. They showed him no mercy but Joseph is being very merciful here.

Continue Reading March 5, 2019 at 3:29 PM 1 comment

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