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Religious Evolutionism

  • January 28, 2020

Religious Evolutionism By Jack Kinsella A while back, I ran into an old friend I hadn’t seen since I was a teenager. It was kind of fun to run into him and catch up on all that had transpired in each other’s lives over the past forty years. Soon the…

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Thank You, God, For Every Thing

  • January 28, 2020

Thank You, God, For Every Thing By Jack Kinsella In 1863, President Lincoln formally and officially established the last Thursday in November as the day set aside for Americans to tally their blessings and give thanks to God. Prior to the Lincoln proclamation, days of thanksgiving were proclaimed to give…

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Because He First Loved Me

  • January 28, 2020

Because He First Loved Me By Dennis Huebshman For those who believe that anything pertaining to our Lord and Savior is foolishness, I feel very sorry for them. Eternity is too long a period of time to not be right with our Heavenly Father, His Son Jesus, and the Holy…

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Murder as a Human Right? It’s not Right.

  • January 28, 2020

Murder as a Human Right? It's not Right. By Joseph Parker Dir. Outreach & Intercession/ Radio Host What does the Word of God have to say about murder? God’s Word is His perspective, His heart, and His thoughts on all issues and areas of life. The Word of God says…

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The Significance of President Trump’s Peace Plan

  • January 28, 2020

The Significance of President Trump’s Peace Plan By Jonathan C. Brentner Today, January 28, 2020, President Trump announced his long anticipated deal of the century, his plan for peace between Israel and the Palestinians. I believe this initiative, even if it never gets to the place of full implementation, is…

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It’s All About Israel

  • January 28, 2020

It’s All About Israel By Jonathan C. Brentner Is God finished with Israel? Most pastors today would answer yes. They either believe God has replaced Israel with the church or they may tell you that Jesus Himself fulfilled all the promises and covenants regarding Israel. As a result, they see…

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From Athens BC to Washington DC

  • January 27, 2020

From Athens BC to Washington DC By Jack Kinsella In the mid-eighteenth century, a Scottish lord named Alexander Fraser Tytler took upon himself the ponderous task of writing; ”The Universal History of the World; From the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century.” That would be…

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Why the Heathen Rage

  • January 27, 2020

Why the Heathen Rage By Jack Kinsella Sometimes, as events overtake us and the horror of the situation threatens to overwhelm us, it helps to take stock of the actual situation we are eyewitnessing. Paul, writing to the Romans who were under the reign of the mad Emperor Nero, reminded…

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Battles

  • January 27, 2020

Battles By Nathele Graham We all have battles. We might fight with a neighbor over a barking dog, fight against temptation, or argue with a spouse over finances. The most futile battle is wrestling with God. Jacob was one of the more interesting people of ancient times, and his battles…

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It’s That Simple Ya’ll…!

  • January 27, 2020

It's That Simple Ya'll...! By Don Twobears Who am I, that I should complain about anything? The Lord God is in charge of all things, right down to the next Breath of air I breath and the very next Heart Beat! That my Friends is an absolute Truth! We humans…

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