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And There Was Evening And There Was Morning

And There Was Evening And There Was Morning Commentary by Jack Kelley The other day I received an interesting response to my answer stating that the Bible supports an approximate 6000 year history for the human race. This person didn’t dispute the Bible, only our interpretation of it, in disagreeing…

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Inconvenient Truths

Inconvenient Truths By Daymond Duck There are times when the truth is troublesome and people don’t want others to know it. The thing is true, but it doesn’t fit the narrative that someone wants to project. For example, there is a long list of unusual deaths and alleged murders of…

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Wickedness

Wickedness By Nathele Graham Wickedness is rampant in today's culture. It manifests itself in the Hollywood scene, politics, and quite often in the daily routine of life. Wickedness has been around since Lucifer's pride caused him to fall. "For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven,…

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Dark Rivers of the Heart

Dark Rivers of the Heart By Pete Garcia “The heart is deceitful above all things, And desperately wicked; Who can know it?  Jeremiah 17:9 Two of the most tragic deceptions ever foisted upon mankind, is that a) it’s not our fault, and b) that we can fix ourselves.  In fact,…

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The Promise Of A Lifetime

The Promise Of A Lifetime A Bible Study by Jack Kelley So do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. But seek first…

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Ignorant Or Stupid?

Ignorant Or Stupid? By Grant Phillips Whether Thomas Gray actually coined the phrase “ignorance is bliss” is really inconsequential. The important thing is not being ignorant of what we need to know. To say someone is “ignorant” is not to say they’re stupid. That isn’t what it means. It simply…

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Jesus Is Coming And Most Don’t Have A Clue

Jesus Is Coming And Most Don’t Have A Clue By Grant Phillips As the world unravels and judgment day edges closer and closer, I am reminded of the world as it was prior to the Flood of Noah’s day. “And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in…

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Iran Ramps up Tensions in the Arabian Gulf

Iran Ramps up Tensions in the Arabian Gulf While Obama continues to appease. September 2, 2016 Ari Lieberman On Monday, the Iranian propaganda outlet, Tasnim, reported that Iranian anti-aircraft crews succeeded in detecting and warding off a U.S. spy drone that strayed into Iranian airspace from neighboring Afghanistan. If true,…

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Observations on Aging

Observations on Aging By Dr. David Reagan In July I turned 78 years old. I received a birthday card that showed a doctor on the front saying, “Your test results are in.” Inside, it said, “You’re old! Happy Birthday anyway!” Yep, there’s no doubt about it — I’m old. I…

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The Color of Slavery

The Color of Slavery Perspective on the News Thursday, September 01, 2016 By J.L. Robb Have you ever wondered what color Adam and Eve were? As a kid in rural North Carolina, I knew they were white. I mean really white. Talk about people of no color. In grade school…

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